The 28-year-old qualified for the main event World Cup after placing second in the preceding Nation's Cup competition.
In the World Cup event, Ferlazzo finally broke through for his first top-10, which has been so close in the past 12-months after multiple 11th place performances.
Ferlazzo had the 13th fastest first run time with 50.692 seconds, and then had an improved second run finishing in a time of 50.588 seconds which was the 11th fastest time of the round.
His two run total time of 1:41.28- seconds gave him a final ranking of 10th and his best World Cup finish.
Taking the win was German slider Max Langenhan with a combined time of 1:40.093 seconds, 1.197 seconds ahead of Ferlazzo.
The next World Cup event takes place in the new year on January 6-7 in Winterberg, Germany.