Both Airspeed line-ups handled the first page on the hill cautiously and picked up the speed significantly with the beginning of the second page. The distance to the young Norwegian national team Arcteryx was only three points. However, these three points included the complete Block 7 (Side Buddies - Side Buddies), which adds to the actual difference.
A total of 11 teams competed in the AAA Class on the April 16 weekend, four teams in Eloy, three teams in Lake Wales and four additional teams in Brazil. The best Brazilian team, CTR Optimum, took the fourth position in round three with 18 points in working time. Teiwa-Z-Hills, Denmark Elements and Brazil So Pressao followed with 17 points, with the FSL team giving away three points on the hill.