After securing yet another pole position, Norbert Kiss added a second victory to his home race weekend when he took his Révész Truck Team MAN to a comfortable victory.
Adam Lacko got the better start off the line, edging slightly ahead of Kiss, but the Hungarian didn’t give in easily and held onto first place as the field went into the second corner. Kiss didn’t hang around and raced away from the field, increasing his gap lap by lap. He took a comfortable victory 13 seconds clear of Adam Lacko in second.
The Buggyra Zero Mileage Racing driver who started from second, was put under pressure from Jochen Hahn in third for most of the race, but managed to hold off the German to secure another podium in Hungary.
T Sport Bernau driver Antonio Albacete scored another top result as he finished fourth, ahead of Steffi Halm of Team Schwabentruck, who consistently finishes in the Top 5.
Steffen Faas who started from seventh on the grid caught up with Anthony Janiec and made quick work of the French driver to move into sixth place which also secured him the win in the Goodyear Cup. The Goodyear cup podium was completed by Téo Calvet in second and Luis Recuenco in third.
German racer Clemes Hecker took the final spot in the Top 10 and Aliyyah Koloc rounded out the field in 11th.
The fourth and final race in Hungary takes place at 15:00 local time.