The result of qualifying saw Sandeep Kumar of Chennai sitting in pole position with championship leader Anindith Reddy of Hyderabad settling for third. As the race got under way all the drivers got away cleanly, but four laps into the race, Anindith found himself in a collision, the effect of which was that he lost the rear wing of the car and had to settle for a DNF. He still won the championship over Sandeep who was trailing by 32 points into this weekend. The final standings were Sandeep Kumar as the race winner, Keith Desouza of Goa finishing less than 0.5 seconds behind in second place and rounding up the podium was Arya Singh of Kolkata.
The second race saw great driving from the top three drivers with less than a second separating first and third, but in the end it was Sandeep once again who emerged victorious, claiming his second win of the weekend with Anindith taking second place and Arya Singh taking the final step of the podium.
The final race of the F1600 season saw Sandeep dominate once again to claim victory while fending off Arya Singh, who finished less than 0.300 seconds behind him. The victory meant Sandeep had won all three races in the final round and was collecting his sixth win of the season; the same number as Anindith who finished fourth and is now eligible for the Mazda Road to Indy shootout in the United States. Taking third place in the race nearly eight seconds down was Keith Desouza.
( Below left) Sandeep Kumar was runner-up despite six wins