Formula, also run according to ETS rules, was the smallest class of the weekend with only ten entries. In Q1 Olivier Bultynck (Shepherd) set a very fast time in the first run. He was followed by Steve Deblaere (Serpent), Florian Joos (Shepherd), Nicolas Delisé (Roche) and Frans Engelen (Xray). As his time in Q1 was almost five seconds clear of Steve in P2, Ollie decided to sit out Q2 and Q3 in order to save his tyres. This made the other drivers a bit nervous, but most still decided to run. Steve maintained P2 but lowered his time, while Frans really went for it and grabbed P3. Both Florian and Nicolas made a mistake early on and abandoned their run. Frans and Steve joined Ollie and decided not to run in Q3. Florian was on a potential P2 run, but a mistake meant he had to settle for P4, 0.1 of a second behind Frans. Nicolas took the 5th position on the grid.
In the finals everyone was eager to see if Olivier Bultynck’s gamble would pay off. At the tone, he shot off and never looked back. Steve in the meantime got airborne over a large bump in front of this starting position and fell back to the back of the field. He aborted his run in order to save his tyres. Frans Engelen inherited P2 and kept it in style to finish in front of Florian Joos (Shepherd), the Xray of Bjorn Frederickx and the Serpent of Patrick Jongenelis. A2 was again a walk in the park for Olivier Bultynck (Shepherd) as he took the win, lap record and fastest time over 5 minutes. Steve was running strong and had P2 in the bag. Florian, who was running in P3 decided to maintain his position and preserve his tyres. Steve unfortunately crashed out on the bump which must have his name written on it, and lost valuable time. Florian tried everything to overtake him, but Steve crossed the line 0.05 seconds in front of Florian. Further down the field, the battle for P4 was raging between Frans, Bjorn and Patrick. The cars swapped positions several times, but in the end Frans had the upper hand in front of Bjorn. A3 would be the deciding final for the remaining podium spots. Steve had a great start and was followed by Frans who took a bit of a leisurely start. Florian was hot on his heels and tried to overtake him in lap 2. Both cars collided and Florian had the worst of it, sending him to the back of the field. As his car was on the racing line, he got collected by most of the other cars. This gave Steve enough breathing room to extend his lead. Frans tried everything and set the fastest lap after fastest lap to close the gap to Steve, but in the end he came one second short. Patrick Jongenelis and Kris Vanbleu (Xray) drove a fine race to P3 and P4 respectively and finished in front of Florian. The overall result was Olivier Bultynck (Shepherd), Steve Deblaere (Serpent), Frans Engelen (Xray), Florian Joos (Shepherd) and Patrick Jongenelis (Serpent).
In the supporting Rookie class it was Rico Claeys (Xray) in front of Mark Joosens (Yokomo) and young Alexander Van Gansen (Yokomo).