Perreira finished all three races in Spielberg as number one, putting him in ahead of his Dutch competitor Larry ten Voorde in the general ranking.
By winning the first two races of the weekend, Dylan Perreira already cut down the Dutchman's lead to 1 point. He then began the final race from the 3rd position, while the other Luxembourgish driver, Carlos Rivas, started from spot 16.
After an excellent start to the race, Pereirra advanced straight to the pole position and even managed to built a substantial lead. However, a safety car deployment during the second round abolished that lead again quickly. Meanwhile, Rivas advanced from 16th to 11th, which put him in the pole position of the ProAM rating.
Both drivers managed to maintain their respective leads throughout the race, depicting a routined and controlled performance that left the other competitors without a chance. At the end, Pereirra finished on top, followed by Laurin Heinrich and Leon Köhler. Larry ten Voorde finished on the 4th spot, thus losing his advance in the overall standings.
Rivas finished as the 9th of the race, which means that he extends his lead in the amateur ranking, having won 6 out of 7 races in that category.