Mackie Adlam took the overall win in the Big Boss Auto Super Saloons
The Big Boss Auto Super Saloons category brought out the rolling thunder with two exciting races. Series debutant Seef Fourie (Chev Lumina) grabbed pole position and comfortably led the first race until differential problems forced him to retire on lap six. Franco Di Matteo (Jaguar) went on to claim the victory ahead of Ben Morgenrood (Ford Mustang) and Willie Hepburn (Opel Rekord). Jody Vianna (Mazda RX8) took the GT3 category win with Chris Hoy (Renault Megane) taking the GT4 honours.
A drama filled second race saw the red flag come out on lap four when an electrical short caused a catastrophic fire in Hoy’s immaculate Renault. When the race restarted it was Mackie Adlem who took the lead ahead of Morgenrood and Terry Wilford (Ford Falcon). Adlem held on for the win ahead of Wilford with young Amos Cockerham Junior (Chev Corvette) grabbing third position. Hepburn claimed the GT2 honours yet again with Vianna taking the double in GT3. Adrian Dalton (VW Golf) picked up the win in GT4 with Jimmy Tsimenglou (BMW M3) taking the double in GT5.