Pesce now led from Brenna and Fuchs with De Conto getting closer and closer, moving into a title winning position on lap seven when he passed Kristijan Habulin for fourth. De Conto eventually dispatched Fuchs to take third with half a dozen laps remaining and even though Pesce ran out the winner, he knew that De Conto had done enough.
Brenna initially finished second, just a kart length behind Pesce and a shade ahead of De Conto but was later disqualified for the move on Visser, handing De Conto second and increasing his championship winning margin by a few more points.
As the top points scorer of the Varennes weekend Pesce moved into second place in the overall standings, comfortably exceeding his own expectations for the year with Leijtens third thanks to a fourth place effort in the second final behind Habulin.
Visser finished a delayed 25th and fourth in the overall championship was scant reward with Jeleniowski fifth despite not being present. Brenna's exclusion cost the Italian driver third place in the overall standings and the TBKart driver had to make do with sixth place overall.