On Sunday the action continued thick and fast with the saloons again in top form. The numbers were down slightly on the evening before but Stevie Honeyman was back although this time he didn’t last too long.
Martin Bentley got caught with another two cars and rolled his Formula II as a result.
The first Saloon race of Sunday afternoon was the Gordon Barclay memorial trophy and was the final of the National Series.
There was an early stoppage to the race but Roff led the for a few laps but in the end Matty Stirling moved into the lead but was under pressure from Santry, Mayes made it a three way dice for the lead on the penultimate lap but Stilting went through to win whilst Mayes was sent Santry spinning across the finish line but was still third with Watters and Irvine in close order
In the heats Watters won the first whilst Cunningham won the second.
Garry Sime won the Formula II Champions of Champions narrowly from Turner with the latter winning heat one whilst Adam Blacklock won heat twp. S Burgoyne then won the final from Aiden McFerran and Forster with Moodie winning the Grand National.
Gary Paterson won the 1300 Young Gunn race with Declan Lindsell winning the Cock of the North trophy. Clark then won heat two with Ford winning the final from Lindsell and Charlie Folan.
There were 30 Stock Rods in action with cars from HRP and Northern Ireland in action. The racing proved to be close and exciting as the drivers fought their way through big numbers of cars.
Chris Lattka, Ian Low and Kerr Paterson were the heat winners and in an exciting final David Philp Jnr went through to win from Stewart Paterson and Siobhan Martin.
BriSCA F2 Stock Cars
1300 Stock Cars