Finally at home in the car, the Swiss driver ended Race 1 in thirteenth spot.
Two rounds so far and not one Race 1 finish to call his own. This was Gaetano Ardagna Perez's unenviable haul this season, that is until the spell was broken at Brands Hatch when he finally crossed the finish line in fifth.
Leonardo Maddalena, one of the new faces in the Trofeo Maserati GranTurismo MC, appeared satisfied with ninth place in Race 1. The Italian spent almost the entire race taking on a posse of English journalists competing in this round.
The fight between Peter Sundberg and Pat Blakeney for third spot in Race 1 was one of the most thrilling. In the end the Swede won out.
Opportunities sometimes arise from adversity, like the chance to put on a show, for example.
As in the two previous rounds, Marco Petrini managed to get into the groove for the Sunday race.
After his solid display at Zolder, Emanuele Smurra seemed to have refound his 2003 touch.
The German was involved in a spectacular crash today when he slammed into the pit lane wall when mixing it with La Mazza.
We all knew he had the talent but we didn't know he could be so clinical.
When he pulls off his helmet, Sundberg always has the look of someone who has been through a physical and mental assault course.