Nice try also for Joey Mawson (Van Amersfoort Racing), first generation racer coming from GP3, who closes in fourth place after a defending his place from Vesti (Prema Powerteam).
The Danish attacks his opponent at every corner, even ending up into the sands occasionally, but there is no way to overtake him. He has to settle for the fifth place. Behind him the two drivers of DR Formula by RP Motorsport, Guzman and Fraga, the first of them loses a frontal part of the chassis and has to run the great part of the race with a suspension exposed.
Eleventh place for Blomqvist (KIC Motorsport), who this morning won 3 poles with a promising performance on the wet circuit, then downgraded of two places due to improper driving (same destiny also for Igor Fraga). After a long battle with the English Olli Caldwell, he surrends on a side by side attack and ends behind. Ninth place for the German Sophia Floersch (Van Amersfoort Racing), the first of the two women in the championship. Second last place for the French Alexandre Bardinon (Mas du Clos), first time for him in the championship after being absent at Paul Ricard due to hand injury, who ends ahead of Sharon Scolari (ScoRace Team).
Race 1 stops Prema supremacy and generate great about Schumacher’s escalation on podium, after his third place at Le Castellet. Great curiosity for the conclusion of the weekend with tomorrow’s two races and the increased competition of the Formula Regional European Championship.