The first X-Race UK was held at the beautiful Cotswolds circuit in Kemble, Gloucestershire. On Saturday a workshop was held by Alexander Hagberg, Olly Jefferies, Greg Hill, Jimmy Maddison and Zak Finlay and as soon as the track had dried up all driver tried to put some practice in, making use of the tips and tricks taught by the factory Xray drivers. Sunday started off with a wet track, and thus, the first rounds of qualifying were run in tricky conditions. Eventually the sun came out, and the track dried up well in time for the final and deciding Q4 round. Alexander Hagberg would TQ the Touring Modified and Nitro Touring classes while Jimmy Maddison was quickest in Touring Stock, just in front of Zak Finlay.
The finals were run in beautiful weather conditions, allowing for great racing in all classes. In the Modified Touring class, Alexander won the race with a win in A1 and A3, followed by Olly Jefferies and Marcus Askell in 3rd. The Touring Stock class was eventually won by Zak Finlay, after a close race with Jimmy Maddison for the win.
In the triple 15-minute Nitro A-finals, Alexander managed to take the overall win once again with a win in A1 and A3, followed by Peter Spratley in 2nd, and Matt Cook in 3rd.
The Formula class saw a dominating performance by Luke Lee who won the race fairly unchallenged from Joe Keaveney and Colin Kirkham.