Marc Rheinard RC cruises to a relatively unchallenged win in A3 of the Modified class, confirming him in the runner-up position in Daun. Yannic Prümper had a great fight again with Bruno Coelho, with Prumper’s Awesomatix able to hold off Coelho’s XRAY this time. However, Yannic’s earlier results kept him down in the overall rankings as Coelho was confirmed on the final step of the podium.

In Pro Stock, Jan Ratheisky was able to hold on for a win in A3 after an early challenge from Olivier Bultynck once again. Ollie rolled his Awesomatix out of contention, giving the Xray of the German driver to take the win. Alexandre Duchet took second overall, ahead of Simon Lauter.

Formula saw a lot of action over the first lap, and Matej Dobnikar took full advantage to take the lead by the time the cars crossed the timing loop for the first time. Despite Jan Ratheisky doing all he could to recover the lost time, the Dobnikar kept his composure and ran out the winner, taking his fist ever overall victory at the ETS. Ratheisky finished second overall, with Luke Lee RC moving from sixth on the grid to complete the podium.

With the other classes already decided after A2, the third leg was about deciding the podium. In Front Wheel Drive, Marwin Riedelbauch took the third leg to secure second overall, with Enrico Jung taking the third step in the final ranking. Masters confirmed Andreas Weyhoven as the runner up, with Werner Schmitzer taking third place. And in Stock 17.5, Dominik Ruf finally had the final he was looking for, taking the win and second overall, with Alexander Muller rounding out the top three.