Importantly Ferlazzo is now ranked in the top-12 in the world, meaning he is now automatically qualified for the next World Cup in Innsbruck, Austria, and does not need to take part in the Nation's Cup qualifying round which takes place at each event before the main race.
The three-time Olympian qualified for the World Cup via the Nation's Cup in sixth place.
In the World Cup, the 28-year-old finished his first run in 14th place in a time of 52.557 seconds, and run number two had the 16th fastest time in 52.346 seconds to give him a total time of 1:44.903, and a final ranking of 15th.
Taking the win 1.208 seconds faster than Ferlazzo was German Max Langenham in a two-run time of 1:43.695 seconds.
The next World Cup is on the Igls track at Innsbruck, Austria, which will take place on January 14.