With this, Canet continues in the fight for the championship, fourth (69), 31 points behind Italian Celestino Vietti (Kalex), who continues to lead the general standings with 100 points despite his sixth place this Sunday in Jerez.
Ogura withheld his privileged position at the start of the Andalusian event and soon took a lead of half a second over a quartet that included Arón Canet (Kalex). Meanwhile, Pedro Acosta (Kalex) and Fermín Aldeguer (Boscoscuro) said goodbye to their options when they crashed in the first section of the race.
Canet tried to follow the Japanese, who gradually increased the distance to avoid any scare and be crowned winner of the intermediate category. The man from Corbera climbed to the second podium position and the Italian Tony Arbolino (Kalex) finished third.
For its part, Augusto Fernández (Kalex) finished fourth, Albert Arenas (Kalex) finished ninth, ahead of Jorge Navarro (Kalex), while Jeremy Alcoba (Kalex) was twelfth, Manu González (Kalex) sixteenth and Acosta twentieth. Aldeguer could not conclude the appointment.