Point out winner Gary Higgs manufactured it seven wins in the Mt Barker Super Sedan Traditional as he led all the way in the ultimate at Les Gorman Park on Saturday afternoon.
Higgs won all 3 of his qualifying heats and then led from start to complete in the 20-lap element race at the Mt Barker location.
The celebration, which also doubled as round five of the Super Sedan Summer time Collection, experienced 12 cars and trucks start off in the ultimate, and Higgs crossed the line 1.446sec. in advance of Kevin Bell, even though Kyle Larson was a close 3rd.
Adyme Harvey and Nathan Thiele rounded out the leading 5, though Tony St Jack (14 laps) and Kemble Aylett (10) failed to finish the ultimate.
Just after spinning out on lap two, Harvey and Larson experienced a terrific battle later on in the race for third position, but Higgs was driving efficiently as he negotiated his way by lap visitors at the midway phase.
The Betty Belfield Masson Perpetual Trophy was awarded to Thiele as the optimum-put community tremendous sedan driver in the Traditional.
The hard charged award went to Steve Larson, who started off from situation 11 on the grid and crossed the line in sixth, when the encouragement award went to Bryce Fisher in just his next meeting in the division.
Previously in the working day St Jack, Bell and Harvey won the other three warmth races.
In the assist divisions, Brock Pearce claimed victory in the junior sedans, Peter Herbert was too great in the street stocks, and Shane Devonshire won a near fight in the production sedans.