Marco Wittmann dropped back a position at the start and was in third place going into the first turn. Maxime Martin started from the back of the grid and opted for the same strategy that Bruno Spengler used on Saturday. He made an early pit stop after the first lap. This tactic paid off thanks to consistently fast lap times. As the other drivers pitted during the course of the race, Martin moved up the field position by position, ending up in third place. He defended this position against Nico Müller down to the finish. Making up 15 places saw Martin finish on the podium for the first time this season. Wittmann wasn’t quite able to keep up with the pace of the frontrunners for the entire race because a polystyrene part blocked his cooler, leaving him to battle with increased oil temperatures. Despite this handicap, he was safely in the points in sixth place until shortly before the end of the race, when his car overheated and forced him to end his race early. After finishing second on Saturday, Timo Glock finished seventh. Augusto Farfus, Tom Blomqvist and Bruno Spengler crossed the finish line in 12th, 13thand 14th.