Monje clinched his own crown in a dominant way, claiming another light to flag victory – the fifth for him out of seven races – while a fourth place was all Krammes needed to build an 11-point margin ahead of Paolo Necchi, with only 10 points still at stake.
Monje took the lead at the start and rejected an early attack from his team-mate Igor Skuz who eventually finished second. Peter Fulín was classified a distant third, followed by Peter Rilkli.
Necchi built a comfortable lead and won the S1600 race, while Wilson Borgnino and his Chevrolet Aveo managed to beat Ulrike Krafft for the second place.
Nikolay Karamyshev, who had already clinched the Super Production title before the Italian event, won his class from Fabio Fabiani despite starting from the back of the grid following an engine failure on Saturday.
The Single-Make Trophy remains the only category that still has to crown its own champion. Stian Paulsen won the first race today from Andreas Pfister and now the two of them are split by only 4 points before the second race.
Start – Monje takes the lead from the pole and keeps Skuz at bay
Lap 1 – Fulín overtakes Rikli for fifth
Lap 6 – Karamyshev overtakes Fabiani to lead the Super Production class
Lap 7 – Bruckner tries to pass Krammes at the Rivazza bend, but goes off and beaches his car
Lap 9 – Borgnino overtakes Krafft for second in the S1600 class
Lap 10 – Romanini’s Chevrolet Aveo retires with a blown engine