John McPhee (Petronas Sprinta Racing)
Race 5th / QP: 4th
Good weekend for John again. He was in the top positions every time, from the first free practices and in all conditions. In the race he was in the big leading group form the beginning. At the end and, in a very tight arrival, he finished fifth just three tenths behind the winner
Kazuki Masaki (BOE Skull Rider Mugen Race)
Race 17th / QP: 20th
The Japanese did it well during practices and, in the first laps of the race, remained in the leading group of the race. After the first third of the race, he began to give some ground to finish only two positions behind the Top15. This was a more positive weekend for Kazuki that improved his performance regarding the last races
Makar Yurchenko (BOE Skull Rider Mugen Race)
Race 18th / QP: 26th
Makar had never race in Phillip Island and did not quite feel comfortable during the whole weekend on a very demanding track. In the Q1 practice he finished 3.6 seconds behind the leader and did his best during the race despite the difficulties.
Xavi Cardelús (Gaviota Angel Nieto Team)
Race 25th / QP: 29th
Xavi progressed throughout the weekend despite the complicated weather and track conditions and became just one place out of the Top20 in the wet. In the race he made a good start climbing five positions in the first lat and improved to 23th before losing two places at the end. His 1’35 medium lap times improved the practices ones.
Lukas Tulovic (Kiefer Racing)
Race 24th / QP: 31th
The German suffered to adapt to the demanding track on his first visit to Australia and could not achieve an advanced position in Qualifying Practice. On Sunday he progressed to stand 24th seven laps to the end of the race and his performance improved as he lowered his practice fastest lap by a second.
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