Julian Lay qualified ninth for both race, he gained one place on the opening lap of race one, before losing out to Matt Jones on lap two
The next eight laps were spent pursuing Mark Tranter, before finally snatching eighth again with four laps remaining. Despite lapping considerably quicker than some of the cars ahead, the time lost in the early laps, proved decisive and ended hopes of further progress.
Despite starting ninth again in race two, he ended a chaotic opening lap in a remarkable third place. He was under tremendous pressure from Will Hunt however and on lap three succumbed and dropped to seventh, before recovering sixth place in the closing laps.