When the chequered flag came out to conclude a spectacular Main Race it was the young Dutchman wearing his STILO helmet who took the win on the torturous Hungarian Circuit.
The race was divided into two distinct parts; the first phase on a wet track and the second part on a dry track with drivers using slick tyres. With the rain falling Nick De Vries (Prema Powertean) was in control, managing the race waiting for the opportunity to mount slick tyres. When the track dried sufficiently for all drivers to pit and mount slick tyres, De Vries underlined his already impressive race rhythm, building his pace and going on to take the outright win. In the Sprint Race on Sunday, victory just eluded another STILO driver, Luca Ghiotto (Team Campos). The young Italian led the race beyond the halfway point only to be passed in the dying stages by Albon. Ghiotto coming home in a strong second place. In the general classification the STILO drivers Markelov (Russian Time) and De Vries are in contention for the championship in fourth and fifth positions respectively.