From pole position Lorandi is tough in keeping behind Fittipaldi, and thanks to a higher pace finally wins race 2. Amna Al Qubaisi, first Arabic driver in the history of International Motorsports, is prized in the Women Trophy.
Leonardo Lorandi (Bhai Tech Racing) is winner of race 2, and does it putting together speed and determination in every moment. At the start he is attacked many times by Enzo Fittipaldi (Prema Theodore Racing), who though does not succeed in his efforts due to the tough driving of the Italian. It is another Brazilian, Gianluca Patecof (Prema Theodore Racing), to take advantage of the battle, gaining second position and keeping it until the end of the race. Fourth is the British Olli Caldwell (Prema Theodore Racing). Great battle in the following positions, between Saucy Gregoire (Jenzer Motorsport), Ian Rodriguez (DRZ Benelli ASD) and Federico Malvestiti (Jenzer Motorsport), who fight with great overtakings and finally obtain the positions in the listed order. Amna Al Qubaisi (Prema Theodore Racing), year 2000, born in Abu Dhabi, one of the 17 Rookie drivers, only girl in the competition and, even more relevant, the first female driver in the history of International Motorsports (source Prema Theodore Racing), has obtained an encouraging 12° position, considering the fact she has actually started racing in karting only recently at 14 years of age. Amna has been on the podium of race 2, prized in the Women Trophy. “My aim, as for all drivers of this Championship, is F1, but for the moment I have to increase my experience. My aim is to be within the first 10 positions.”