Any threat of rain had gone and De Sadeleer and Richards shared the second row for the third and final race.
It was Jackson and Constable to the fore again though, with De Sadeleer doing his best to hold on in third, as fourth placed Richards began to be threatened by Joe Stables.
“I could see Jac and Dom both getting track limits warning, so I was being careful,” De Sadeleer added.
Rishover was in sixth as all three 360 drivers held station until their pitstops.
De Sadeleer rejoined fourth and had just taken Stables for third, when he received a stop go penalty for a pitstop infringement. “Having seen Dom’s penalty, I was effectively third until I saw my stop go penalty,” he said.
Rishover was then up to fourth defending his place from Richards, before the rejoining De Sadeleer joined them too. But Richards then had to serve a track limits penalty also.
Rishover still had his sights on his first podium as he shadowed John Macrae. “I was having a good battle with him and trying to hold off Mark and Jerome, then spun at Shell on the last lap. I so wanted that podium, I will get there and now I think I have the pace too,” said Rishover after dropping to ninth.
De Sadeleer had continued to chase Rishover but then lost out to Stables again with a lap to go. “I was chasing Jason and he made a strange move, so I ran wide and Joe got by,” De Sadeleer explained.
But Stables was also penalised which handed fourth back to De Sadeleer, while Richards finally came home seventh.
Report by Peter Scherer