The Hot Hatch saw a capacity grid contest the two races. Again they faced slippery wet conditions for their first race. Ben Rushworth looked on rails as he raced away from the pack winning by over 28 seconds from newcomer Ryan Steel. In Class B Neil Stringfellow won by 5 seconds from Martin Ward with James Alford finishing 3rd. Class C was hotly contested with many battles going on. David Drinkwater came out on top in his BMW compact with 2018 race winner Ian Williamson finishing 2nd and Paul Foreman 3rd. Race 2 saw conditions improve with glorious sunshine. Ben Rushworth again won by a smaller margin of 6 seconds from Ryan Steel, with Ben Leach grabbing 3rd. In Class B Martin Ward led the way right up until the last lap when the throttle problem forced retirement, this allowed James Alford to claim his first victory with race one winner Stringfellow behind, 3rd went to Kevin Bamford in his Clio 197.
The Clio 182 championship saw a chaotic start with several cars having sideways moments. Sadly a coming together between Chris Lawrence, James Sundler and James Gahagan put the latter two into retirement. Don De Graaff put in a stunning drive from the back after an engine change between qualifying and the race to finish 4th, it was 2015 champion James Bark on his return who was victorious. Race 2 saw De Graaff lead away from the start on his way to victory with a tight battle behind between Ryan Polley and Jack Kingsbury with Kingsbury finishing ahead of Polley.