20th July 1986, Great Gidding
Report by Dave Cox from Motoring News

Nigel Brake set the pace in the Graham Hill Memorial at the Club's first ever visit to Great Gidding chased by Anthony Brewer and Todd Richards. Brewer passed Brake on the home straight and opened up a small lead while a charging Graham Sinclair piled in. With three cars parked in the middle of the track overtaking was difficult and Brewer maintained his lead to the chequered flag ahead of Brake, the dicing Harry Lowe / Basil Craske, Sinclair and Richards.

Brake was the early leader in the Angel Hotel Championship race until Lowe went through with David Wesbroom, Graham Sinclair, Brewer and Paul Sinclair dicing for the minor places. Lowe stretched his lead to half a lap over Brake while Brewer harried Graham Sinclair slipping through to third with two laps to run, with Paul Sinclair fifth and Craske sixth. Lowe's win moved him into third in the Angel Hotel Series behind Paul Sinclair and Craske.

Brake set the pace in the final with Wesbroom and Lowe in hot pursuit. Lowe was soon through into the lead with Paul Sinclair in second. Despite his valiant efforts Sinclair failed to catch Lowe who took his second win with Brewer battling through to third ahead of Graham Sinclair, Craske and Wesbroom.