Breukers and Jefferies won again at Dubai in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East
- Two pole positions and a victory in Race 1 for the two youngster drivers of GDL Racing
- The young German Carrie Schreiner and Richard Goddard of FFF Racing Team got the 2nd place overall
- Andrew Haryanto is the new champion of the AM class
In the PRO-AM category, on the podium there is again the duo of Konrad Motorsport, formed by Hendrik Still and Paul Scheuschner, first in class (and third place overall). The two drivers also won the second round in Dubai, two weeks ago. The second place in the PRO-AM class was obtained by their direct followers in the standings, Costantino Bertuzzi and Nigel Farmer of GDL Racing. Finally, the third class place was conquered by the Huracan of the team Dilango Racing, driven by Ebrahim and Malagamuwa. After starting from the front row, they were then relegated to the ninth place overall, due to a contact in the second part of the race with car n.72 of Antonelli Motorsport.
The championship title in the AM category has already been mathematically assigned, with one race to go: Andrew Haryanto (car #71, GDL Racing) got an excellent fourth place overall and a first place in his category, a result which allowed him to move by 17 points ahead of Antonelli/Roda and to graduate as an AM Champion of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East. These results were achieved after overtaking Marco Antonelli, who finished second in the AM class. After a great performance in qualifying (fourth fastest time overall), the third place was obtained by the crew of the team GT3 Poland, formed by Myszkowski and Lewandowski.
Lastly, the rookie Gabriele Murroni of Petri Corse continued to improve his performance and to raise his limit.