Alexandre Camacho, with a Skoda Fabia Rally2 Evo, regained the lead of the Rali Vinho da Madeira in the previous to the last section of the Rali Vinho da Madeira, overtaking Bruno Magalhães, the previous leader of the classification, who was struggling with tyre problems, too soft, in his Hyundai i20N Rally2. Miguel Nunes also had an excellent performance in the morning of the last day of the competition, winning all the four special stages, establishing two new records, climbing two positions and he is now on the podium.
In fourth place now follows José Pedro Fontes, previously third in his Citroën C3 Rally2, followed by Armindo Araújo, further away from his rival in the National Championship of the specialty. Bernardo Sousa kept the sixth position ahead of the national champion Ricardo Teodósio. Eighth, Miguel Correia got closer to Teodósio. The Italian Simone Campedelli recovered one more step in the classification and is ninth. Pedro Almeida completes the top ten.