On the rerun it was an even break and going into the first corner all six that were left were bunched up. Alex Fretwell (ST52) who came out in front with Dean Smith (LUD48) and Jack Firth (WR1) running side-by-side. The three behind remained close in the opening laps but Mitch Hollingsbee (IK888) broke away into fourth. They all settled into their positions in the second half of the race, with Fretwell taking the win from Smith and Firth. Hollingsbee held onto fourth from Lee Poole (S70D) and Craig Buck (R300) was the last of the finishers.
1st ST52 2nd LUD49 3rd WR1 4th IK888 5th S70D 6th R300
It was Mick Sumners (R169) who made the best start but he got swallowed in turn one. Coming out of the first turn it was Pete Robinson (NW72) who looked to have his nose in front, but was surrounded by Sumners, Martin Beaney (IK316) and Adrian Turner (SS11). Coming out of the second bend Sumners dropped back to fifth behind Anthony Teather (C7E). Beaney was favouring the outside line but this saw him dropping back from second place each lap. Within a lap Sumners had moved his way back up from fifth to second, where he tried to chase down Robinson who had pulled a gap clear. Robinson held on however, to take the win from Sumners. Turner held onto third place from Teather. Stephen Goodwin (NS41) took fifth place ahead of Beaney. Lee Wakefield (R388) was seventh ahead of Stewart Moore (LUD9).
1st NW72 2nd R169 3rd SS11 4th C7E 5th NS41 6th IK316 7th R388 8th LUD9
Out of the gate it was Aaron Mason (R19) and Steve Donovan (IK72) who were ahead, with Mason taking the lead out of the first turn. Lewis Richards (TA451) and Bradley Turner (SS61) were next up in a battle for second, whilst the field behind were all bunched up close. Mason set the pace of the race and held onto the end to take the win. Richards picked up second after Turner tried to pass taking a wide line and dropped back to fourth with Alex Puddiphatt (SN23) taking advantage and moving up to third. Matt Barker (L117) picked up fifth after a late spin from Donovan (IK72) sees him drop to sixth.
1st R19 2nd TA451 3rd SN23 4th SS61 5th L117 6th IK72
Will Barrett (R313) and Mike Mackenzie (CA12) looked to have made the best starts from the outside two grids, but they all soon bunched up going into the first turn. Coming out of the first turn it is Lee Waldron (R138) who leads ahead of Pete Bott (S47D) and Darrell Cole (CM15). Whilst the rest are battling for position behind, Waldron is able to pull away to take a convincing win. Behind in the battle for second it was Cole who came out on top ahead of Bott whilst Barrett got the better of Mackenzie for their battle for fourth. Paul Waldron (R139) was caught out in the first corner muddle and finished sixth ahead of the battling Nottingham drivers of Paul Bacon (N60) and Jamie Cox (N52).
1st R138 2nd CM15 3rd S47D 4th R313 5th CA12 6th R139 7th N60 8th N52
There were just three cars remaining by the third attempt of the final and it was Michael Moss (WR25) taking the lead into turn one. On the second lap Steve Goodman (M888) snuck up the inside of Moss to take the lead. The two were then running side-by-side which pushed them both to take a wider line on the start line bend which allowed Martin Bugg (SC105) to move up from third to first on just one bend. Once in front Bugg was able to pull away and took the win by a considerable margin. Moss was able to get the better of Goodman to take second place.
1st SC105 2nd WR25 3rd M888
Terry Cox (ST1) was quick out of the gate, but it was Andrew Watson (SB20) who was ahead coming out of the first turn. Turn two saw Matthew Hickingbotham (ST62) take up the lead but went to wide into the next turn and dropped back to fourth allowing Watson back in front and pulling a clear gap. The battle was on for second between Jase Garnett (N692) and Max Dawson (SL102). Going into the final lap everyone had started to spread out. Watson went on to take the winner, Garnett finished second having closed in on the leader, with Dawson third. Hickingbotham finished fourth ahead of Cox, whilst Colin Bland (LM999) had got the better of Ken Salt (SC3) to take sixth.
1st SB20 2nd N692 3rd SL102 4th ST62 5th ST1 6th LM999 7th SC3
Sam Barrett (SP19) was the first to break and lead going into turn one with Rob Farrow (Y71) and Kyle Everett (WS222) with him. Barrett pulled away, from the now three car battle for second with Joe Talbot (ARC10) having closed in. Barrett continued to pull away and took a comfortable win. Everett looked to be safe in second having pulled away from the battle, but on the last lap Farrow closed right up and it was a drag to the line, Everett held on with Farrow fourth. Russ Thompson (SC621) had joined this battle and had made his way up to fourth ahead of Talbot. Simon Overty (L41) was in a race long battle with Michael Bird (Y160) and picked up sixth with Bird seventh. Steven Howells (H45) rounded out the field, after running mid-pack early in the race he ran wide on the start line bend which dropped him to the back.
1st SP19 2nd WS222 3rd Y71 4th SC621 5th ARC10 6th L41 7th Y160 8th H45
With a clear lead going into turn one it was Colin Atrill. There was then a four car battle for second between Bernie Jones (H999), Lee Poole (S71D) and Andrew Wood (ST4) with Samuel Goodard (ST80) looking to join this battle. With a couple of laps to go Jones pulled off and was a retirement from the race. This left Poole and Wood running side-by-side on the final lap. Atrill went on to win the race, with Wood getting the run on Poole out of the final corner. Fourth place went to Goodard ahead of Steve Olive (T199), Peter Savage (LUD10) and Spencer Mills (LUD5).
1st IK272 2nd ST4 3rd S71D 4th ST80 5th T199 6th LUD10 7th LUD5
It was an even break which saw them go into the first corner four abreast. Coming out of the first turn it was Mike Sullivan (C3E) with the momentum, taking the lead. Coming out of the second turn there was some nudging which saw Dan Crosby (M55) and James Holmes (NS931) sideways and facing the wrong way. Sullivan was able to pull away to take the win ahead of Thomas Ireland (WS6) who had pulled away in second. In a race to the line Bri Baxter (Y89) picked up third place ahead of Alex Hickman (H231). Phil Peek (S19Y) got past Ian Fay (WS500) in the closing stages to take fifth, whilst Crosby was the last of the finishers in seventh.
1st C3E 2nd WS6 3rd Y89 4th H231 5th S19Y 6th WS500 7th M55
The rerun saw Jamie Hornby (ST47) take the lead in turn one, with Michael Edwards (ST91) hot on his tail. Behind there was a battle for third between Tony Reynolds (SN333) and Ted Preedy (R190). In an attempt to take the lead Edwards takes Hornby out of the race which saw the red flags come out. With most of the laps completed there was not another rerun and the result was taken from the previous lap excluding Edwards. Hornby was declared the winner, Reynolds second, Preedy third and Leigh Scotford (G16D) fourth.
1st ST47 2nd SN333 3rd R190 4th G16D
A fairly level break looked like Stuart Whitehouse (T5) just had his nose in front going into turn one, coming out however he was alongside Ben Gibbons (LM2) and Ben Harper (M111), with Gibbons taking the lead. Fortunes turned for Whitehouse in turn two, after three heat wins, where contact saw him out of the race. After the first couple of laps the positions looked to have settled but Dean Barnes (E93) and Simon Reeve (N8) were looking to make an impression on the leading pair. Gibbons went on to win the race unchallenged, whilst on the penultimate lap Barnes had caught the back of Harper and was looking for a way through. A drag to the line saw Barnes pick up second place with his nose just in front of Harper. Reeve finished fourth ahead of Jay Thompson (NW80) and Michael Habicht (IK120). Jack Gibbons (LM1) was caught out at the turn two incident at the start of the race which dropped him to the back of the order.
1st LM2 2nd E93 3rd M111 4th N8 5th NW80 6th IK120 7th LM1
Going into turn one it was James Poltimore (SS79) and Vinny Gibbons (LM170) who led the way. There was then a four way battle for the lead with Gary Morris (C28) and Ian Stott (A10) having joined the battle. Between them the positions kept swapping and changing but it was Gibbons who took the lead. In the closing laps it was Poltimore who chasing down the leader but was unable to make the move having to settle for second behind Gibbons. Morris held onto third place from Stott, with Paul Fackrell (R7) in fifth. Ben Shell (IK59) was in with the leaders in the opening corner but dropped down the order to finish sixth ahead of Jay Gallagher (LM7).
1st LM170 2nd SS79 3rd C28 4th A10 5th R7 6th IK59 7th LM7