Crimond Raceway stayed dry on Sunday for an action packed day, the Micro F2's kicked us off with some close racing as the young stars of future provided the entertainment. Chelsy Rainey and Freya Lovett showing the boys the way home. The action packed Saloonstox kept the fans entertained with some hard hitting action, Wes McLean took 2 wins whilst ex Road Going man Peter Marioni took his first win in the formula. Crimonds local class the Hot Saloons saw wins for Fleming, Largue and veteran Kevin Gordon but young Charlie Boast from further back the grid took the 1st place in the Lee Milligan trophy with some consistent placing throughout the day. The top two road going drivers Barrack and Cook shared first and second places throughout the day with Jimmy Reid never far behind. Scott Paterson better known as Flatty took all 3 Banger races on Sunday, whilst Daniel Sinclair won the last car standing demolition derby. Steph Morton winning both ladies banger races once again proving the lady to beat.