The two drivers were able to reach the finish line first after starting off from fourth position. They took full advantage of the pit stop mechanics' excellent work and proceeded to overtake Hennerici/Margaritis's Corvette first, then left Turner/Enge's Aston Martin behind them. Their passage in front of the checkered flag was acclaimed by the crowd that filled the racetrack's stands (20 thousand spectators).
Driving Maserati MC12 no. 1, team-mates Bartels/Bertolini concluded in ninth position, in a race that was careful and prudent for them. They earned two more precious points for the fight in the driver's classification, which, one round away from the end, still has the leading with 28 points over their closest contenders: Turner/Enge.
Heger/Mueller's Maserati MC12 n. 33 came in tenth. Mueller was able to run the fastest lap, the twentieth, marking 1:34.168 while at the same time doing coverage work for the two reigning champions. A pair of Brazilian drivers debuting in the FIA GT with Maserati MC12 no. 34, Serra and Longo, came in eighteenth place.
The next race, scheduled for 5 December in the San Luis circuit in Argentina, will decide the winners of the three classifications, at the moment all topped by Maserati (Drivers, Team and Manufacturers).