The annual Much More UK GP took place last weekend on the Stonehaven track in Scotland. The race is split into two days of racing with the Pro Stock running on Saturday and the Modified on Sunday. In Saturday’s qualifying it started off slightly wet in the morning but was dry by round 1. It was Associated driver Tom Jefferies that took pole position for the double leg finals in front of John Simpson, with Cameron Mac Donald in 3rd. Two leg wins, including a recovery drive in the 2nd run, gave Jefferies the win ahead of TOP driver Dan Rowlands in 2nd and Keiran Smart taking the 3rd spot. In Sunday’s modified class the rain made a return and saw 3 wet rounds of qualifying and it was Jefferies again that claimed pole ahead of Rowlands in 2nd and Mac Donald in 3rd. The first A-main saw most drivers running with wet tires and changing to slicks to the final leg. Some exciting racing saw Tom Jefferies once again claim the win ahead of Cameron Mac Donald in 2nd who was fending off some serious attention from Dan Rowlands.