In Touring Stock qualifying Stefan Rommens (Team Magic) was on form for this final race of the season. He pipped championship leader Vincent Van Gansen (Xray) for P1. In the meantime Pasquinel Neys (Team Magic) pipped the other championship contender Florian Joos (Tamiya) for 3rd. They were followed by the Xray of Giovanni Moguez. In Q2, Stefan again had a very fast pace, but two errors in laps three and four ended his TQ run. Vincent took the provisional pole, in front of Florian and Pasquinel. Florian’s car was still on the low-grip setup and he recorded the slowest single lap time of the top 6 leading drivers. Q3 again seemed to see Stefan in front, but an error in the penultimate lap ended his scorching pace. Vincent took the overall pole by setting some fast and steady lap times in Q3. Pasquinel Neys also did a stellar job by taking P2 in front of teammate Stefan Rommens. They were followed by the Awesomatix of Xavier Debroye and the Team Associated of Christophe Charlier. The other championship contender, Florian Joos was relegated to a low 6th position. It was later found that his pace was compromised by a faulty rear drive shaft which robbed the transmission of some power.
In the opening A-main Vincent could already smell his title and he made the hole shot at the start of A1. He took a convincing lead, never set a foot wrong and claimed A1. Florian showed his race strength by claiming P2 with the slowest car of the top 6. P3 went to Giovanni Moguez (Xray), Stevan Rommens and Xavier Debroye (Awesomatix). In A2 Vincent again took a great start, but he made an error on lap two. This relegated Pasquinel Neys (Team Magic) to first place, but he was chased by teammate Stefan Rommens. They battled wheel to wheel to the end, but it was Pasquinel who claimed the victory. Christophe Charlier (Team Associated) finished in P3 with Vincent and Florian in his slipstream. The latter got collected by a lower placed car at the start and lost nine seconds lying on his roof. Despite this awful setback, he was still optimistic for A3. In the final main Vincent had a great start, just like in A1 and took the win. By doing so, he deservedly crowned himself for the first time as Belgian champion. He was followed by the battling Team Magic duo of Stefan Rommens and Pasquinel Neys. Christophe Charlier finished in P4 with Xavier Debroye in his wheel marks. Poor Florian was again collected, but this time on lap two. He regained his P6 when the other car received a stop and go penalty. He tried his best to regain the lost seven seconds, but couldn’t defend his chances with a tweaked car. The day’s top five was Vincent Van Gansen (Xray), Stefan Rommens (Team Magic), Pasquinel Neys, who took his first podium with his Team Magic, Florian Joos (Tamiya) and Christophe Charlier (Associated).
In Formula Olivier Bultynck (Shepherd) set the early pace with a 17-lapper. Steve Deblaere (Serpent) took the runner up spot and set the single fastest lap time. In Q2 Ollie substantially improved his lap time and recorded an 18-lapper, again followed by Steve. Olivier repeated this performance in Q3 and took the pole in front of Steve, Patrick Jongenelis (Serpent), Kris Vanbleu (Xray) and Orfeo Tremour (Serpent). Between the first and last qualifying, the lap times improved by 1.1 second and by the end of Q3 the track had near perfect grip levels.
During the first few laps of the first final, Ollie set some blistering laps and pulled a gap on Steve. Near the end of this stint Steve recorded similar lap times, but it was too late to catch Ollie, who took a deserved win. Patrick took P3, in front of Kris and Lorenzo Vandepoele (Xray). In A2 Ollie again took the hole shot and never looked back. After four laps, Steve went almost as fast, but the gap was too big. At the end of the race, a backmarker took Steve out, so he had to settle for P3 behind Patrick Jongenelis who took a fine P2. Kris and Orfeo rounded of the top 5. As Ollie choose not to race in A3, Steve took a convincing win which handed him the P2 spot for the race and in the championship. The overall top 5 result for the race was Olivier Bultynck (Shepherd), Steve Deblaere (Serpent), Patrick Jongenelis (Serpent), Kris Vanbleu (Xray) and Orfeo Tremour (Serpent).