Leppihalme and Larsson takes classes. Bakkerud and Marklund champions
He may have been driving for fun, but Timur Timerzyanov looked as though he meant business as he notched up another A final win to secure the title in the best way possible.
Michael De Keersmaecker led to the first corer but ran wide and, having collected two punctures, effectively ended his run there and then. Liam Doran grabbed second place in the first lap, but escaping the scrum had cost him time and allowed Timerzyanov to escape. In the conditions, the race was over, but second here was very nearly as good as a win in what has been a tough season for Doran. A poor start sunk Peter Hedström’s hopes of a win, but the Swede came through to take third place ahead of Mats Lysen. Timmy Hansen won both the C and B finals and placed fifth in the main event, ahead of Tanner Foust.
Rasul Minnikhanov won the Super1600 A final on the road but had forgotten to take the Joker Lap and was thus removed to seventh place – pole starter Joni Wiman already consigned eighth having jumped the start – which handed Jussi-Petteri Leppihalme his first victory ahead of Teemu Suninen and new champion Andreas Bakkerud.
There was no stopping Robin Larsson in the TouringCar final, the young Swede running away with the win while Anton Marklund occupied a nicely controlled second place and sealed the class title to become the third champion of the weekend.