After rain caused trouble all day, MotoE got a dry track for their title decider and the seven laps were not short of adrenaline. Jordi Torres entered the race with a solid advantage in the world standings and starting from pole position, but it was Niki Tuuli who got the holeshot from fellow front row starter Mike Di Meglio. Torres made a cautious start and got tagged at turn three, the Spaniard lucky not to get caught up in the crashes around him. Those lap one shenanigans allowed Tuuli, Di Meglio and Josh Hook to escape at the front, while Dominique Aegerter, having started 14th, was leading the pursuit. Defending champion Matteo Ferrari also made a good start from 15th on the grid, quickly joining the top ten, while also dealing with an early track limits warning.
Di Meglio found a way past Tuuli on lap two and kept him and Hook at bay for the next few laps, but Tuuli made his move into turn 1 with two laps remaining to resume the lead. Di Meglio was determined to get a home win but Tuuli defended superbly until the checkered flag, the Finish rider crossing the line one tenth ahead of the Frenchman. Hook did not get a say in the victory battle but settled for a first podium in MotoE in third, while Aegerter pushed hard but could not join the podium battle and finished fourth. Torres got attacked by Ferrari as the race entered its final lap and the Spaniard calmly conceded fifth place but crossed the finish line as a rookie world cup winner.
With Torres taking the crown, Ferrari leaves the MotoE paddock as runner-up, although equal on points with class rookie Aegerter.
|2||63||Mike Di Meglio||Energica||+0.166|
|14||15||Alex De Angelis||Energica||+20.954|
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|70||Tommaso Marcon||Energica||0 Lap|
|51||Eric Granado||Energica||0 Lap|
|55||Alejandro Medina||Energica||0 Lap|