The Formula 3 race on Sunday morning was a bit like the Grand Prix, for practice had suggested a very fierce battle between eleven drivers who had put in laps between 1 min 26.13 sec (Brett Riley on pole position) and 1 min 26.96 sec (Mike Blanchet in eleventh place). With eleven drivers spanned by three-quarters of a second it should have been very exciting. As it was Kenny Acheson (March-Toyota) simply ran away from the rest of them.
The Lloyds & Scottish histonc race combined single-seaters and sports-cars into one event and thirty-eight cars were assembled on the grid. Willie Green in Bamford’s real Ferrari Dino 246 won comfortably from de Cadenet (Aston Martin “Tasman”) and Lamplough (BRM re-construction). With eight Lister-Jaguars on the track there was not much room for anyone else and the huge field spent more time trying to avoid each other than doing any serious driving. Stirling Moss in the Bamford-built Ferrari Dino and Bruce Halford in one of his Lotus 16 single-seaters were hemmed in on all sides by bulbous sports cars. The am/pm rain began during this race, which took place after the Grand Prix.
The Tricentrol Saloon Car Race caught the real rain at the end of the day and after a multiple accident the race was stopped at 16 laps. It was due to run for 20 laps. At the time Jeff Allam was well in the lead with a Rover 3500, ahead of all the Ford Capris. Results were taken at 16 laps.