The GYTR GRT Yamaha riders felt well prepared for the Superpole Race and Gardner pulled out a superb performance, starting from ninth on the grid to finish fourth. Meanwhile, Aegerter battled hard and managed to have consistent speed to stay close to the front group, but he couldn’t climb higher than 14th.
The #87 and the #77 had to start from fourth and 15th on the grid for the final feature race of the weekend, with both managing a great getaway. The Australian rider immediately joined the fight for the podium, but unfortunately he was forced to retire due to a technical issue with ten laps to go. In the meantime, Aegerter gained places, showing strong speed throughout the 20-lap contest. The Swiss rider gave it all to achieve a try and achieve a remarkable P6, but he just missed out on the final lap to cross the line eighth.