For the second round in succession the BRCA national touring car championship was dominated by bad weather, but coming through the extreme conditions was the Hot Bodies duo of Andy Moore and Ayrton Anderson. In the Super Touring class it was the Associated TC6 of Johnny Aird that took TQ, his first at national level, second place was Andy Moore with Matt White third. Andy kept the TCX on the road while the chasing pack struggled, Andy took all three legs of the A final, second place went to Brian Eldridge, the Top Driver coming from the back of the grid to score his best national result to date, Johnny Aird took the final podium spot with his TC6. Andy Moore now leads the Super Touring class from Chris Grainger and Olly Jefferies with two rounds to go.
The Halifax weather had more of a devastating effect on the 10.5 Stock class with a real topsey turvey grid for the A final, the rain came down steadily through the day, the track never dried but some drivers had to suffer the greasy drying conditions where there was no grip at all. David Hall took TQ but it was round one winner Ayrton Anderson that came through the pack from fifth on the grid to take the win ahead of the Schumacher of David Hall and the TC6 of Chris Slater, Ayrton’s victory made it a win in both classes for the Hot Bodies squad and both Ayrton and Andy look in a strong position going in to the final rounds, the next meeting is at the Aldershot track one week after the EFRA Euros.