The Telford Reedy Race was held in the UK last weekend with the event format being based on the famous Reedy Race style of heads up racing – no qualifiers against the clock. 32 drivers were split into groups of four cars and each driver raced against each other driver at least once over four rounds of four minute racing. Tom Yardy was able to take comfortable wins in all of his races on the bumpy astroturf surface. Unlike the normal Reedy race, the format was adapted slightly from this point, with the top eight drivers based on their combined best race results going into two semi-finals and the top two from each race would then contest the main final. Tom started his semi from pole and quickly gapped the field to take the win and with the fastest time from both semis, he would start the main final from the front of the grid. In the final, Tom set the fastest time of the day to take a comfortable overall win from Mathew Dodd and Tony Bishop.