Six drivers taken to hospital over weekend, one still being treated. Several drivers unable to compete due to quarantine.
Rookie Hong Konger Gerrard Xie snatches second place, Macao’s Charles Leong Hon Chio finishes third.
Swiss driver Edoardo Mortara comes second, Alexandre Imperatori from Hong Kong takes third place; drivers complain reduced number of laps blights race.
Four drivers taken to hospital after accident at Artyzen Grand Lapa curve; Hong Kong racers Lo Sze Ho and Yan Cheuk Wai take second and third places.
Close race between Zhang Zhi Qiang and Briton Robert Peter Huff; Huff takes second place while Yan Chuang, from mainland China, places third.
Dutchman David Mario Datzer comes second and Portugal’s Sheridan Wesley Morais places third; race’s first female rider, Nadieh Schoots, comes last.
Restart and four-car crash make for action-packed race; Swiss Raffaele Marcello takes second place, Alexandre Imperatori, from Hong Kong, comes third.
Oil spillages halt morning race; Sunday’s event will pit star line-up of European riders against each other including first female, Nadieh Schoots of The Netherlands.