Florian Janits (Lechner Racing School) had no hope of a second win after a slow start, the Austrian fell back to fourth place. De Pasquale saw his chance and pulled a gap of two seconds over the chasing group of Aron, Esmeijer and Janits. Despite a final offensive of the Estonian Aron, there was nothing more to do then to follow the leader in the standings.
Marcel Lenerz (Stuart Racing Team) did not start in race two after the crash in race one, while Boris Kolff (Provily Racing) started well, but soon had to retire with gearbox problems.
1 Anton de Pasquale (Lechner Racing School): “I had a good start in race one but then it did not work out after the restart. But I knew I had pole in the second race so this time I took control and led the race from start to finish.“
2. Ralf Aron (Scuderia Nordica): “Race two was a bit better than the first one. I had a little problem when my brakes locked but then got everything in order and had a good race. “
3 Janneau Esmeijer (Provily Racing): “ The start could have been better, but it was difficult to overtake Ralf Aron. I missed the downforce a bit in the high speed corners, but am very happy with my result here this weekend.”
Next race 3, 4 and 5 October Spa-Francorchamps