Hot Hatch, for the first time saw Ben Rushworth start in 5th in qualifying with the tightest qualifying to date. Championship contender Steve Sawley put his Honda on pole. In Class B it was Phil Wright who grabbed first in class from Christian Lyne. Class C saw Ian Williamson continue his fine form and claim first in class. The Hot Hatch grid was joined by a new Civic Type R Trophy with 6 cars running in the mix. Race one saw Rushworth get a rocket of a start and jump into the lead by Redgate, Martin Ward jumped up to fourth ahead of Camp, Leach and Wright. Rushworth was victorious with Sawley unable to challenge with Rich Hockley finishing 3rd on his hot hatch debut. Wright claimed Class B victory with Michael Winkworth moving up ahead of Williamson to take victory in Class C. Race two was held in the low autumn sun, again it was Rushworth who was the man to beat, initially Sawley led for a couple of laps before Rushworth powered past. Hockley again took another podium place. Wright finished 1st in class once again to reduce the points gap to Rodren Vella. Class C victory went the way of Ian Williamson as Michael Winkworth retired on lap 3, he will look to wrap up the overall championship at the last rounds.