|Williamson's Saturday impressed many|
Tom Onslow-Cole started from pole in his WSR BMW and began the race well, A slow start from Andrew Jordan allowed Neal and Onslow-Cole's WSR teammate Rob Collard to leapfrog him into Paddock Hill Bend. Team HARD's Aaron Williamson, making his debut in the 2011 Honda Civic qualified impressively to start seventh.
Lap 2 saw Matt Neal take the lead from Onslow-Cole, a position that he would not be challenged for again. Ollie Jackson caused a safety car on lap 5 when he slid off and hit the wall in his AmD Tuning Volkswagen Golf.
|Plato couldn't find the sweet spot in the wet|
Newsham had a good battle with Rob Collard , briefly passing him before Collard held on to secure sixth by just 0.019.
Andrew Jordan finished in second place to hold onto his independent
championship lead with Shedden remaining top of the table in the overall championship with a 5th placed finish.
Race 2Race 2 saw Honda Yuasa Racing's Gordon Sheddwen confirmed as champion.
|Tom Onslow-Cole looked set for a strong weekend|
After a short safety car period, the race resumed on lap 6. There was more incident though with Dan Welch, Nick Foster and Andy Neate all coming together, Welch was out but Neate and Foster were able to continue.
Neate's MG teammate Jason Plato was also involved in a coming together. The Vauxhall Vectra of Dave Newsham race across the front of him, hitting the tyre wall.
|Aaron Smith scored an impressive debut win|
|Shedden secured the title in race 2|
Aaron Smith and the works Hondas were unaffected by the drama to take the 3 podium places.
|Mat Jackson was painfully unlucky in race 3|
Mat Jackson led from pole after being drawn out in the revers grid lottery. Frank Wrathall started beside him in the Dynojet Toyota Avensis. Jason Plato continued to struggle in the wet whilst the Hondas of Neal, Shedden and Jordan were strong, fighting through to take three of the top five positions after passing Plato.
|Wrathall closed out the year with a win|
Having no success ballast, whilst the 3 charging Hondas were all carrying weigh, meant that Wrathall was able to hold onto the lead and claim a rather dominant first win for himself and his family run Dynojet team.
Matt Neal took second place, meaning he was to complete a clean sweep for Honda Yuasa racing with the Team Dynamics run squad claiming first and second in the overall drivers' championship.