On Sunday the action continued throughout the meeting with the microf2 and ministox drivers in top form.
The first saloon race of the night was their Champion of Champions race which is open to all winners of races at the Racewall. Barry Glen was through into the lead early on and he held on to win despite a fast closing Grief with Hughes in third place and Watters fourth.
It looked as if Glen was going to retain his Gordon Barclay memorial trophy but with a lap remaining Grief and Glen were side by side with Hughes making a lunge at both, Glen hit the wall but Grief held on and went through to win with Hughes second and Graham in third. The Allcomers races were won by Grief and Hughes.
The Classic Hot rods were fast and nostalgic watching cars from way back racing. Craig Boyd went on to win both the heats and then won the final from Ryan Polley and Kenny Purdie.
The 1300saloon drivers were racing for their Cock o’the North trophy with their heats being won by Michael Byers. However in the final it Secker who came through to win and he led home Clark and McGowan.
The ministox drivers were in good form and their races were close and exciting with no shortage of contact.
In the opening heat Sean Naismith got the better of the exchanges to win from Steven Burgoyne and Warren Darby with Mitch Gold (Leven) sixth and Michel Mitchell 9Kircaldy) in eighth., However in heat two it was Burgoyne who went on to win and he led home David Shearing and Naismith with Gary Paterson (Saline) sixth.
After a few incidents at the start to the final Charlie Folan made the break and he went through to win in what was his last ministox race and he led home Darby and Shearing with Gold in fourth just ahead of Paterson with Mitchell in ninth place.
The micorf2 drivers were in good form with big fields despite the heats being split. Heat wins went to Clark Burgoyne; Joshua Johnson; Sam Critchley: Jack Morrow and James Owen
1300 Stock Cars
Classic Hot Rods