The Enduro 1 class podium welcomed not one but two Italian riders, with Oscar Balletti (Honda) returning from injury to claim the runner-up result while Alessandro Battig (Honda) claimed his first senior class podium result with third. But the day was all about Remes who finished more than one-and-a-half minutes ahead of Balletti and importantly secure important championship points. Mikael Persson (Yamaha) claimed his best result of the championship to date in fourth with Nathan Watson (KTM) enduring a near disastrous day to finish fifth. Affected by more crashes than in the rest of the previous six rounds of the series put together, Watson proved fast on the extreme test but lost too much time on both the enduro and motocross tests to challenge for the podium.
In winning the overall EnduroGP classification Christophe Nambotin also topped the Enduro 2 class, ahead of Phillips and Mathias Bellino (Husqvarna). A little off the pace during the slippery, early stages of the race Bellino upped his game during the closing stages of the day to finish 34 seconds behind Nambotin. Loic Larrieu (Yamaha), Taylor Robert (KTM), Cristobal Guerrero (Yamaha) and Alex Salvini (Beta) rounded out the top seven.
Securing his ninth Enduro 3 class win of the series Steve Holcombe finished some 30 seconds ahead of Manuel Monni (TM) despite a few slips during the day. Nevertheless topping four of the day‰Ûªs special tests Holcombe again distanced himself from his rivals and extended his championship lead. Holcombe and Monni were joined on the podium by Johnny Aubert (Beta). Thomas Oldrati (Husqvarna) enjoyed a strong day to finish fourth, ahead of a trio of Frenchmen ‰ÛÒ Jeremy Joly (KTM), Antoine Basset (KTM) and Romain Dumontier (Yamaha).