Former Racing Club Warwick centre-back Arron Cheshire had a nightmare return to Townsend Meadow last Saturday as he and his Alvis team-mates succumbed to a 6-1 defeat in Midland League Division One.
On a heavy pitch, first-half goals from Tez Morton and Ryan Langmead put Racing Club Warwick in control at the interval.
Morton added a second before Alvis were reduced to ten men when Jack Jeys was sent off and the hosts took advantage to rack up their biggest win of the season.
Langmead added his second to make it 4-0 before a Jamie Vadasz thunderbolt and a goal from Triston Perry completed the scoring for Racers.
Substitute Reece Snape scored a consolation in the last minute for the visitors to open his account for the club.
Racing Club travel to The Coppice to face league leaders Highgate United tomorrow (3pm).
Kenilworth Town’s trip to Knowle in Midland League Division Two was postponed, as was Leamington Hibs’ visit to Enville Athletic in Division Three.
In Division One of the Coventry Alliance, Stockton turned in a poor performance on their way to a 7-2 defeat at Christ the King Reserves.
Stockton found it difficult to come to terms with a very sticky pitch, but had their chances, missing two golden opportunities in the first 15 minutes.
King’s midfield adapted better to the conditions, with penetrating runs from midfield causing problems for the visitors and strikes from David Brennan and Jamie Bodfish proved mere consolations for Stockton.