Kivekas gets the drop on Nieminen and leads the field into Tarzan Corner.
Duham collects Elomaa at the start.
The start from the perspective of Payne, Vergers, Vaz, Saari and Egger.
Kivekäs heads Nieminen, Masier and Luis midway ’round Lap One.
Huttu leads Williams and Purdy as Davis and Vergers renew acquaintances further back.
Phillip Island winner Luke McLean was again among the front runners at Zandvoort, but Ilkka Haapala’s race ended early — and abruptly.
Ben Cornett and Hapaala get together.
Luis chases Masier, Nieminen and Kivekäs en route to a second place finish.
Williams, Baraldi, Egger, Saari and Vaz attack the chicane as Alfalla (orange) and Masier adopt unconventional approaches to the corner.
Alfalla (orange) carves his way past Payne, Marsh and Townend en route to a fifth place finish.
Wood and Woeger run in close quarters during the former’s epic drive from pit lane to sixth place.
Woeger uses all the road — and more.
Even with just one good eye, Huttu was better than all but Kivekaas and Luis.
After missing the Phillip Island event, Huttu drove to a slightly fortuitous third at Zandvoort.
McLean fends-off the attentions of Baraldi, Egger, Alfalla and Masier.
Kivekäs scored his first iWCSRR win in commanding style at Zandvoort.
From Phillip Island and the Bass Straights, the iWCSRR journeyed to Zandvoort and the North Sea.
Payne, Macjon and Elomaa joust at the start.
History repeated itself as Nieminen took this third straight pole. Unfortunately, history would repeat itself (again) when Nieminen suffered technical difficulties in the race.
An impressive showing by the My3id saw Nieminen, Kivekäs and Luis claim three of the first four starting spots.