Reigning British champion Julian Godfrey drove to a win in nearly unnoticed style. The message here is plain and simple disregard the four times champion at your peril!
After torrential overnight rain the clouds cleared and the sun came out almost as free practice started. The Welsh jewel dried quickly and soon the conditions became dry and dusty.
This years race for the title has been anything but a forgone conclusion with no less than three separate round winners. Godfrey lead the A Final from lights to flag in an impressive driving display. with Andy Scott coming in second
Albatec racings Kristian Sohlberg made his British Rallycross debut and looked fast right from the the start. However a cracked manifold and a car full of toxic fumes saw the fast Finn rushed to the local hospital as a precautionary measure. He later returned but itb was decided that continuing was an unwise move.
In the hotly contested RX 150 class GP3 guest driver Jann Mardenborough looked at home in the buggy. There was also a late entry from Rallycross legend Tony Bardy. It was however Championship hopeful Chrissy Palmer who took the honours with Stephen Jones in second place with Mardenborough claiming his first RX podium spot.
In possibly the most unpredictable season in the Supernational class it was Gareth Wood who took the honours with current front runner Dan Rooke limping home in fifth spot as his Citroen AX suffered an uncharacteristic mechanical problem in the A-Final
The seemingly unstoppable Aidan Hills just kept Tristan Ovenden off the top step in the Swifts. Young Brad Durdin extended his current run of good form in the Juniors.
Craig Lomax tied up the Super1600 title for this year. Such a shame that this class has promised so much but seemly has been unable to field much of a grid. Hot Hatch honours went to Tomasz Wielgosz.