The PRI Bangers provided the highlights at Arena Essex on Sunday.
After several hugely eventful heats, the 40-car grid for the final was always going to be lively and so it proved with a massive pile up on turn one.
Tom Greenstreet took the win, with Callum Sealy losing control at the first corner only to find brother Tony there to cushion the impact.
An extra all-comers race saw a win for Reiss Carroll, while Danny Mitchell won the final race of the day before a Destruction Derby ended proceedings.
Jodie Cheeseman took on newcomer Toby Hall in the final, with the latter taking the win after taking a heavy hit.
Teen sensation Alfie Jones won both heats in the Stock Cars but, seemingly on his way to victory number three, his car malfunctioned allowing Nathan Roberts to take a well earned win.
A good turnout of Lightning Rods saw Marcus Reeve and Wayne Londors win the heats but it was Jim Heard who displayed a master-class of driving in the final, overtaking Londors on his way to a perfectly judged victory.
A lowly number of Ministox provided a thrilling final with heat winner Charlie Morphey overtaken in the final yards by David Sheering.
There is a double header scheduled for Arena Essex over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend with Easter Sunday featuring the PRI Bangers, Stock Cars, Stock Rods and the popular Brisca F2 Heritage Stock Cars.
The start time on both days is at 1pm.