The 750 Motor Club were chosen to take part in a test event, with three categories racing
An intense battle for the first Classic Stock Hatch win saw Ryan Morgan in his Fiesta XR2 come through to victory after Pip Hammond and Andrew Thorpe tangled whilst fighting for the lead on lap three. Hammond would go on to finish second ahead of Thorpe. The second outing of the day saw the trio fighting for victory once again. Hammond and Morgan passed early leader Thorpe to battle it out. Hammond held on to win as Morgan couldn’t find a way past to add to his win tally.
The Sports 1000 rivalry of Richard Morris and Ryan Yarrow continued once again at Anglesey. It was Yarrow who put his Spire on pole and made the best getaway as Morris fell to fourth. Yarrow built a healthy gap only for push rod failure to cause a DNF, this allows Morris who charged from fourth to second to take the win. Race two and it was roles reversed as the race was restarted Morris had another poor getaway allowing Yarrow to move ahead and win.
16 Historic 750 Formula cars took to the track as race one saw Martin Depper in his Centaur won ahead of Christian Pederson as early pacesetter Lyndon Thruston failed you finish. The second race saw Trefor Slatter won ahead of race one winner Depper by just under two and a half seconds.
This was the first motorsport meeting to be held in Wales since lockdown, time will tell if we will see motorsport resume in Wales soon.