The rain stayed away as the WorldSSP riders took to the track on Sunday for Race 2. Although the race winner eventually took victory by more than four seconds, the rest of the field remained close and the battle for the podium was tense with around six riders all in contention. Manzi kept a cool head and consistently placed himself in rostrum positions, avoiding trouble and putting in some good passes to get second at the chequered flag.
Debise and Navarro rode well to both place in the Top 10; sixth and seventh respectively. Yamaha supported rider Glenn van Straalen (EAB Racing Team) wasn’t able to repeat the podium he achieved on Saturday, but he nevertheless closed the race in 11th. One place behind van Straalen, in 12th, was Andrea Mantovani (Evan Bros. WorldSSP Yamaha Team).
Nicholas Spinelli (VFT Racing WEBIKE Yamaha) got into the points with 14th, and Yamaha Thailand Racing Team’s Apiwath Wongthananon narrowly missed out on a points score in 16th.