Twelve Prostock Basics drivers arrived at the track, including new National Points Champion 999 Nicole Russell, who was wearing the silver roof for the first time. Returning driver 26 Steven Jones led the first heat away but was soon to be overhauled by 764 Dave Rennie and 822 Aimee Winfield. The race was halted when the leading pair tangled with debutant 609 Thomas Rae. On the restart 984 Cammy Deans took to the outside line and after a few laps of fantastic side-by-side racing, took the lead. Deans looked set to take the victory but collected the wall on the turnstile bend in the closing stages, while in the ensuing melee Winfield was involved in a tangle with 700 Joanne Hilditch, sidelining her from the rest of the race. 64 Callum Rennie was the main beneficiary, and went on to record the win with father Dave in second and 600 Kielan Ogilvie in third. D. Rennie was again the early pacesetter in the second heat, but was reeled in by C. Rennie, Ogilvie and 688 Lauren Ford, leading to another fantastic battle with the four drivers running two-by-two for several laps. C. Rennie eventually broke free to take his second win of the day, with D. Rennie and Ogilvie again the second and third placed drivers. The Final saw C. Rennie's hopes of a hat-trick of wins end after a tangle with Winfield when challenging for second place punctured his front tyre. D. Rennie was able to hold off the chasing pack to take the victory, Winfield finished a career-best second while 21 Taylor Osborne was third.
An excellent showing of 28 Micro Bangers running in team format included twelve drivers from the North of England as part of the Northern Bangers teams, as well as two teams from the Mob, and one team each from the Krazy Krew and Team Orange and Grey. There was an early stoppage to heat one when 271 Marc Dalgarno (Team Orange & Grey) rolled over on the back straight. 14 William Walmsley Jnr (Northern Bangers A) took the lead not long after the restart only for the race to be stopped again after a heavy clash between 27 Liam Glendinning (Krazy Krew) and 379 Shaun Turner (Northern Bangers C). Walmsley Jnr reeled off the remaining laps to win amongst some heavy exchanges between the Mob and Northern Bangers teams, with 180 Sean McConnachie in second and 274 Jon Taylor (Mob B) the only other finisher in third. The second heat was slightly tamer, but included the huge burial of 118 Kenneth Scollon (Mob A) by 246 Dylan Ward (Northern Bangers B) on the turnstile bend. McConnachie took the win to take the lead of the team championship on his own, while 409 Carl Pears (Northern Bangers C) was second and 478 Craig Royal (Northern Bangers C) third. Despite the damage from the heats there was still a decent field for the Final, which started with 13 Chris Watson (Krazy Krew) making heavy contact with the wall on the entry to the back straight, while 752 James Dillon Jnr (Mob A) collected 120 Lewis Fallows (Northern Bangers C) on the pit bend, triggering the start of some hard exchanges between the two teams. Walmsley Jnr stayed out of trouble to take the win, and Royal's second place was enough for the Northern Bangers A team to win the team points overall. The team members agreed to donate their prize money to the Racing for Ramsay cause in a fantastic gesture. The pre-DD Allcomers race saw 209 Mark Morrison take the win ahead of 477 Jack Speirs and 861 Rob Milner. 99 Lee Clarke was quickly set about in the DD by a number of drivers, with Speirs eventually removing the back axle from the 99 car. 460 Luke Tongue eventually silenced a determined showing from Clarke, with an attack on the passenger side door – something that killed off the 460 car as well. This left Speirs and Royal to battle it out for the win, and after a few lively exchanges, it was Royal's car that lasted the longest, to conclude a fantastic day of action from the small cars.
A couple of late call-offs and no-shows meant that there were only three vans in attendance. It looked like 397 Darren Linton was to run away with the victory in the first heat, but his Transit Connect ran sick with a couple of laps remaining, leaving 215 Douglas Linton to take the win in his Transit. Douglas Linton was the victor in both the second heat and the final, with 3 Gary Doyle in a larger Transit and Darren Linton taking it in turns to push each other around the track. The DD started with Doyle delivering a couple of hits to the rear of Darren Linton's Connect, while Douglas Linton set about Doyle's machine. That turned out to be the downfall of Douglas Linton however, and with his van stuck on the kerb and hindered further by a buckled front wheel, Doyle was the last driver running, and credited with the DD win. Perhaps not the turn-out hoped for in Van Bangers, but a good performance from the drivers on the track nonetheless.