Ash Sutton shows his abilities yet again with his 33rd career victory, and a convincing one at that.
As race two gets underway, Ash Sutton blasts away from pole position and into the distance by the end of the first lap
Tom Ingram leads Josh Cook and Jake Hill with the Hyundai slowly closing down Sutton's Focus in first by the end of the second lap.
Big impact for Will Powell in the Starline racing with One Motorsport Honda Civic as he ploughs into the barrier hard at turn one, he manages to keep the car going and retires safely to the infield, avoiding a safety car.
Sutton sets the fastest lap of the race on lap four of the eighteen.
George Gamble in the Toyota Gazoo Racing UK Corolla pulls to the side of the track with broken rear suspension, he's joined in the pits by Team HARD's Bobby Thompson after a stone punctured his CUPRA's radiator.
Contact between Dexter Patterson and Andrew Watson in the Astra sends the Vauxhall driver over the final chicane.
Sutton leads Ingram and Cook in second and third in a race that looks to have been wrapped up before it even started.
Dan Rowbottom, who started from 24th, sits in 13th after 10 laps. The top 12 for the reverse grid draw is looking hopeful for the Napa Racing UK driver.
With just five laps to go, Ingram is still in pursuit of Sutton, with the gap down to just 1.2 seconds as the Hyundai crosses the line.
Colin Turkington in the BMW is pressuring the experienced Scotsman Rory Butcher in his Toyota for 6th place with just 4 laps to go.
Jade Edwards retires on lap 12 with engine issues, she pulls to the infield and slams the roof of her stricken CUPRA as she leaves the scene, clearly very unhappy.
Sutton comes onto the final lap in total control of race two at Thruxton to win his sixth race of the year.
Ingram follows him, keeping his and Excelr8's championship hopes still very much alive and kicking.