Queensland sedan star Darren Kane scored a convincing win in the 40 lap NSW Dirt Muscle late Model Championship at Valvoline Raceway.
Kane took the lead around mid-race distance and survived a number of late race restarts to record the championship win.
The opening twenty circuits ran uninterrupted and at one stage looked like the forty laps would run non-stop, however yellow lights peppered the final run home.
Second to the line was Darryl Grimson and veteran David Doherty came home in third. Defending NSW Champion Ben Nicastri placed fourth and Clayton Pyne finished a creditable fifth.
The Wingless Sprints returned in big numbers with USC / Wingless throttle stomper Dean Thomas taking an emphatic win. Jason Bates and Daniel Flood rounded out the top three.
Like the Late Models, the Wingless main event ran virtually trouble free and put on a good show. Harley Smee and Mark Blyton completed the top five. There was a heart stopping moment for Mark Blyton when his son, Marshall, bicycled in front of him. Marshall recovered to finish seventh.
There was heartbreak for both Sean Mayo and Sean Dicker when both of them became tangled up on the opening lap and being forced to retire.
The Legend Cars were involved in a marathon main event. James Duckworth stood the tallest defeating Hayden Pascoe and Glenn Mitchell in a race that nearly lasted thirty minutes.
Rounding out the top five was Kyle Angel and Jacob Griffin.
In all it was an entertaining night of racing, across all divisions.