On Sunday the rain started to fall just prior to the start of the meeting and whilst there were times when it stopped the track was wet and greasy. Despite the conditions on Sunday the saloon drivers were in good form and there was plenty of contact and quite a few spins.
The first heat went to Mayes who led home Davies and G. Honeyman. Heat two saw Watters get the breaks and he went on to win from McLaughlin and P. Honeyman. The final was for the Joan Purdie memorial trophy with Mayes beating Davies off the line to lead but the latter had initially Irvine challenging him for second then Watters, However waters ended up being hit and spun and whilst this was happening Mayes drove away to a comfortable win over Grief and Davies. Watters then rounded off the meeting by winning the Allcomers from tam Rutherford Jnr and Bradford.
In the Ministox Heat one saw Teri Linden go through to win from Steven Burgoyne and Danny Whyte. Burgoyne then won heat two when he led home Taylor Borthwick and Sean Naismith. Whilst the final developed into a straight fight between Linden and Burgoyne, the latter slowed to retire with only a lap or so to go and it was Linden who won the Turner trophy from Harrison Bryant and Gary Paterson.
There was a good turn out of the prostock basics with Ian Sutherland in top form and he won all three races the final from Robert Grant and Tiffany Barron
Despite the wet and greasy conditions the microf2 drivers coped well and there was a some exciting finishes to their races. Heat one saw Lewis Clark Burgoyne just get to the finish line ahead of Kyle Rogerson and Joelan Maynard whilst in heat two Burgoyne again won but just from Rhys Anderson and Kara Russell. The finals aw Russell just get the win from R. Anderson although they swapped places a couple of times with Callan walker in third.