Matches took place at the weekend, prior to the imposition of tougher coronavirus restrictions.
Linnets' games are set to go back behind closed doors, while non-elite competition will stop again.
Spectators were able to enjoy the action trackside for the first time this season.
The course has been forced to stage its first three fixtures of the 2020-21 campaign behind closed doors.
The game's governing body has been given the go-ahead to resume matches next week, but it will look different.
The world champion returns to action having missed last weekend's race after testing positive for coronavirus.
The project is part of a major transformation which is set to take place over the next five years.
Washed Up column toasts a special milestone for the West Norfolk sports club.
It was a highly impressive performance from the 22-year-old who led for most of this evening's race.
The Williams driver replaces the world champion after he tested positive for coronavirus.
The fixture was the last to be held at the track before the return of spectators under the new coronavirus restrictions.
Officials say the move is for one year only because of coronavirus concerns.
There was plenty of competitive action as the track staged its third raceday of the jumps season.
The teen star says the hard work starts now for 2021.
Club bosses are thrilled to have secured the promising all-rounder for 2021.