Michael Mosiman and Alex Martin finished just over thirty seconds back ahead of Luke CLout who finished fifth, one spot ahead of Penrite Honda team-mate Mitchell Oldenburg in sixth. Jacob Hayes was eighth ahead of Lawrence (declared ninth) with Killian Auberson rounding out the top ten. Aussie Jay Wilson just missed the top ten with eleventh while Aaron Tanti finished thirteenth.
Ferrandis' take out of Christian Craig was under review for a short while, but it was decided that no further action would be taken and was officially declared the winner.
"From my perspective, i scrubbed the finish line really fast and opened my throttle to make noise, and I don't know. we made contact, but I feel like I was a little bit in front of him, so I don't know," Ferrandis explained from the podium as the crowd jeered in the background. "I am sorry if I injured him, it's not the racing I want to do, but I give everything I have, and a win is awesome."
"It's so good as the first two races were a little off for the team and me. Riding with the number one plate carries some pressure, everybody expects a lot from, and it's not easy, so I am glad to get this win, and I think we made a big show and that's important."
Ferrandis' team-mate Justin Cooper was happy to score more points and remain in the championship lead.
"It was just a tough day all day, but we were able to come through when the time was right and land on the podium again. We got some good points. The track was definitely tough tonight; it was pretty tricky. It was hard to find a flow out there, but I did the best I could. Knocked off some consistent laps, rode smart and ended up with a good result."