Morgan Bailey made it three different winners from the opening three races in the final race of the day at Cadwell Park, withstanding pressure from Matt Luff as Alfie Jeakins took a clean sweep of the Production class wins.
Before the race began, Will Redford pulled off track on the warmup lap in his Kinetic Motorsport EP3, however, when the lights when out, Morgan Bailey made a blinding start to take the lead, passing both front row men Matt Luff and Alistair Camp on the run to Coppice.
Despite race-long pressure from Luff, the MJB Motorsport driver did enough to stay ahead and take the win with Luff claiming second. Despite running third for almost all of the race, Camp was passed by George Alp-Williams on the final lap for the final podium spot.
Harvey Caton took his best finish of the day with fifth place in the JWB Motorsport EP3 as Max Lewis completed the top six.
Despite initially holding off both Caton and Lewis, Ryan Bensley came home in seventh place with race one winner Dan Thackeray, Daniel MacDonald and Brad Lane completing the top ten places, where MacDonald passed Lane on the last lap to take ninth place.
In a repeat of the race one grid, Dave Marshall took pole position for the final race of the day in Production with Jeakins Race Preparation driver Loui Hounsell alongside.
Double race winner Alfie Jeakins lined up in third place ahead of Simon Welch with Rhys Lewis and Mark Hughes completing the class grid.
Marshall managed to hold off both Hounsell and Jeakins at the start, however by lap three, Jeakins had passed both drivers and assumed the lead for the race for the third time on one day.
As Jeakins began to builds a gap, second place became a race long battle between Marshall and Hounsell as further back Hughes made his way past both Lewis and Welch to take fourth place.
Jeakins took his third race win from three races as Marshall held off Hounsell for second, with Hughes taking fourth ahead of Lewis and Welch.