On the high speed circuit that is the Autodromo Nazionale Monza, the interaction between the classes proved to be the main talking point. Several of the Protoype field would incur rapped knuckles and a stop and hold penalty for avoidable contact with the slower classes, one such penalty spoiling what had been a promising start for the Legends team and what had been to that point a faultless drive from Adam, demoting them from fighting for 4th to recovering from 10th.
In the second half of the race Darren kept it clean, and dealt well with traffic and with the pressure from the recovering HAWK prototype. Having recovered to 6th by the end of the race gave the team another solid points scoring result, but were left ruing a missed opportunity at the chance of their best finish of the season, particularly as NKH drew level on points after a deserved second place.
One small compensation was that the Legends duo once more led their class for the CleanX Award, having collected the least incident points in the race, and looking to be the likely recipients of the award at the close of the season.