It was another race to remember in Brno with Aron Canet who took the biggest prize as long as the Spaniard from Max Racing Team won the race and got back Championship lead snatching it from a fantastic Lorenzo Dalla Porta who finished just behind after hard fights against Canet and Tony Arbolino, last rider on the podium starting from really behind.
Last lap was as usual an heartbreaking one with Tony Arbolino who tried everything who could getting the lead in the first part of the track, but he had to face Aron Canet’s decisive move in the second part of the circuit and a last attack from Lorenzo Dalla Porta who was able to snatch 2nd place from Snipers rider’s hands in the penultimate chicane.
The best one on doing the job was Aron Canet, with the Spaniard who started overtaking a superb Niccolò Antonelli running the outside at turn 1 and attacking Dalla Porta at turn 3, before making a winning overtake on Arbolino. Nothing to do for Jaume Masia, who gave over 100% to get a podium position, but ended just out in 4th ahead of Sic58 Squadra Corse rider.
Niccolò Antonelli still made an incredible race starting from pit-lane because his bike stopped working in the grid before the start forcing him to start from pit-lane and to make a strong comeback where the Italian was superb on coming back on fighting for top positions.
A race to forget instead for many riders as long as we had many crashes like Celestino Vietti and Salac at the start, while Albert Arenas fell down 2 times during the race. Hard times for Estrella Galicia duo as well, with Sergio Garcia who took off his teammate Alonso Lopez during the final stages, where also Kaito Toba had an incident.
Championship Standings saw then Aron Canet taking again the lead on Lorenzo Dalla Porta for just 3 points in a really close battle that will go on probably until last grand prix in Valencia; surely a one to remember!