Leclerc also on dry track, it is triplete!

Loses the first position from pole, but then the Monegasque recovers from Rasmussen and Petecof respectively steering and second at the end of the race. The new championship leader is Leclerc!

From pole Arthur Leclerc (PREMA Powerteam) starts badly and is overtaken by team mate Gianluca Petecof and also attacked by Oliver Rasmussen. Then after the first corner, Petecof, Rasmussen, Leclerc, Lappalainen and Pasma parade. In an attempt to attack Petecof, Rasmussen comes out on the grass of the San Donato and is passed by Leclerc.

The Monegasque attacks Petecof aggressively and passes him. Mugello is right on the circuit and stretches on the Brazilian rival, already warned with a black white flag after the contrast with Rasmussen. Behind the first three very close to each other Lappalainen, Pasma, Famularo, Chovet and Vips.

Leclerc and Petecof reach for Rasmussen who is over 4 seconds behind the head. The gap between Leclerc and Petecof remains at 1 "2.

In the rear, a great battle between Gillian Henrion (Gillian Track Events) and Emidio Pesce (DR Formula).

Vips enters the pits due to technical problems and returns to the track very late in last position and then retires.

In the meantime Pasma passes Lappalainen, while Henrion makes a mistake at Scarperia and Pesce takes advantage of it by conquering the ninth position.

Petecof manages to approach Leclerc by just 3 tenths, but then returns to 7 tenths with an elastic trend, while Alessandro Famularo (Van Amersfort Racing) is attacked by his teammate Pierre-Louis Chovet.

Leclerc wins and confirms the new championship leadership with 237 points, already obtained with the victory of race 2, follows Petecof second, second also in the championship with 229 points and third Rasmussen, in the same position in the general classification with 178 points.