It was another impeccable weekend for Renato Jader-David in the Master ROK category. The 2.5-second win gives the Brazilian-American two Master ROK wins in a row dating back to the ROK The Rio finale in November. With three heat race wins, it also gives the Orsolon Racing driver five of the last six heat races and two straight pole positions as well.
Felipe Rechid-Lapenna (CRG) turned in his best performance of the weekend when it counted the most, finishing second by three seconds over Leonardo Marcelli (Piquet Sports / CRG) who finished the podium in third. Ricardo Nunes (DRT / DR Kart) and Christian Saa (AM Engines / Exprit) finished a distant fourth and fifth, respectively.