The Historic field started the first lap with a huge amount of momentum, but as the temperature eased, the riders calmed down a bit and there was less adventure at the start of the second lap.
The youngster Érdi, Csökő duo, however, sucked it up, working 34.7 seconds off the pace over the two quick laps. The pair improved their time by 40 seconds on their own in the second lap, the long Hosszúhetény stage, and with this acceleration they were in the lead after four fast laps.
Behind the Érdi’s, the duo of Zippo and Piceno secured a second and a third time to secure second place in the overall standings. The Finnish pair of Silvasti and Pietilainen finished bottom of the podium on Friday.