Dutch Formula ace Jitse Miedema (Infinity) decided to give his Belgian friends a run for their money and entered this round of the Belgian Nats. During practice on the Saturday, Jitse and Olivier Bultynck (Shepherd) showed great pace. The new ETS Volante prototype F1 tyres were allowed for this race, but they were a bit slower than the older type on this grippy track. Most drivers thus opted to use the normal version. On Sunday, Jitse was on fire and posted a new lap record with a 17.9 seconds lap. Oli on the other hand had real issues with his tyres and lacked traction and steering. He managed to claim a P2, but was 9 seconds adrift from Jitse. Steve Deblaere (Serpent) was second fastest in the first qualifier, but had some transponder issues. He thus lost his good qualification time and had to do it over again in Q2 and Q3. While Ollie’s traction problems continued, Patrick Jongenelis (Xray) managed to relegate Steve to P4 on the starting grid with a very solid run in Q3. Florian Joos (Xray) rounded off the top 5.
In the finals, Oli once again showed his class by overcoming his traction problems and challenging Jitse for 8 minutes long for the lead. Both drivers showed great skill and respect as they diced for the lead. In the end, Jitse prevailed but with the three finals combined, he won by a small margin of 0.82 seconds after 24 minutes. P3 went to Steve Deblaere (Serpent), who made it a 3-horse battle in A3 by finishing close to Oli in P3. Patrick Jongenelis (Xray) took P4 in front of youngster Liam Van de Wouwer who achieved yet another great result after his promising result in the Benelux race.