On Sunday the Saloon National Championship race was a typical Racewall Championship with no shortage of action. Although Triggs led the field away Allard was soon through into the lead with the race being stopped after Dick’s car came to rest on the back straight. There was another stoppage a few laps later with debris on the track but Allard was still ahead. Shevill moved ahead of Triggs and then latched onto Allard’s back bumper before getting him off the racing line and through to win with Triggs claiming third with Watters in ninth place.
The Raymond Gunn Tribute race was every bit as exciting with no fewer than three stoppages. Lee Sampson led after the last stoppage but then lost out as Luke Grief charged through into the lead. Ian McLaughlin further relegated Sampson to third but whilst McLaughlin made a last ditch attempt to send Grief out of the race he was too far adrift and ended up crossing the line on the tail of Grief with Watters in seventh place.
The Ministox ORCi Championship was dominated by Charlie Santry although there was no shortage of action. Charlie Sime crashed out heavily at the start and then a few laps later and his task was made easier when Langmaid sent Warren Darby into a half spin and he dropped down the order. Darby began to make up places and he sent Lanmaid crashing into the wall suspending the race. On the restart Santry made another good start before going through to win with Darby getting second on the last lap from Mitchell with Gold fifth.
The ORCi Stock Rod Championship turned out to be a good advert for non contact racing although the last lap changed all that. Bethune had made a good start to the race but had to give best to Stephen McCready and dropped a few places. However on lap six there was a stoppage after Brett Constable had spun. McCready had Derek Conner in close attendance on the restart but McFerran was on the move and he got ahead of Conner who dropped to fifth. On lap 17 the race was stopped when Jordan McCann ran into problems and this allowed the field to close right up onto McCready’s boot. On the restart both moved away as one with L. McGill in third and Adam Sloan in fourth. On the last lap McFerran was looking for a way through and contact was made resulting in McCready getting very sideways with Bethune diving inside to claim second with James Gray third and McGill in fourth. However the Steward penalised McCready two places thus handing the win to Bethune although at this stage the result is provisional.
The formula II World Champion qualifying round was another good advert for formula II racing with Craig Wallace, Millar and Rennie winning the heat. Adam Blacklock led the final for a considerable part of the race but lost out to Rennie who went through to win from Blacklock and Dawson with Moodie in seventh..
James Wallis dominated the JASCAR racing making a clean sweep of all the races including winning the Scottish Championship. The MASCAR Scottish Championship saw Aaron Cooke go through to win from Nick Spicer and Ali Topley.
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