After lunch Race 1 was underway as always at Pembrey, the first time the trucks reach the Hatchet Hairpin the fun starts. This race was no different to the norm and Stuart survived the push and shove and managed to hold on to his second place throughout the race to cross the finish line second overall. Martin, after having his shattered brake disc replaced, started from the back of the grid and challenged hard throughout the whole of the race however still managed to secure a strong ninth place.
Late on Saturday afternoon the second race got underway, this time with a reverse grid start which saw Martin starting from the front row and Stuart starting from the back. With no delay both Team Oliver drivers made good headway and Martin was in a strong second place for a number of laps then progressed to the lead of the race. Stuart also made good progress and was soon up into a podium finishing position, however with a few laps to go, Stuart at 100 mph was pushed off track, dropping him back down the order. In the closing laps of the race, Martin found himself run out wide and dropped back into second place for the chequered flag, however when the officials reviewed the reports and video footage the official result was amended meaning Martin was the race winner.
On Sunday morning the sky was clear and the sun was shining. Race three got underway mid-morning and with Martin on the back row and Stuart one row ahead, the scene was set for an exciting race. At the start, both made early progress and it was looking good for two good results, however mid race Stuart again got pushed off track, resulting to him going down into last place. Martin pushed hard to move forward in the race order, Stuart also recovered and was soon back in among the action, however when the chequered flag came out Martin had to settle for fifth place and Stuart sixth.