Latrobe Speedway turned on a night of maximum excitement for fans.
The 30-lap sprintcar final was a thrilling event that was marred with a large mid-pack collision on the opening lap.
At the restart Adrian Redpath established a lead but Kurt Luttrell tried several times to pass outside. Eventually he found an inside opening on lap 16 with a textbook slide pass.
A lap later Luttrell spun on his own. He kept going and despite losing considerable distance charged back into contention passing Redpath with five laps remaining.
Mark House worked his way up into second passing Redpath in the dying stages.
The modified final saw a massive battle between the leading protagonists.
Brad Herbert led early but came under pressure as Trent Quillerat made a bold outside passing move. A lap later Jakobe Jetson also passed Herbert.
Midway through the race Herbert was not content to settle for third and went to the outside of Jetson. They stayed side by side for four laps until Herbert regained second position.
The leading trio battled in traffic with Quillerat taking a thrilling victory.
The wingless sprints were won by Luke Redpath who led from the start.
Brad Whitchurched closed in toward the end of the race but couldn’t mount a serious challenge.
Jamie Rolls had a lonely run for third.
Dylan Beveridge dominated the Formula 500 final in a race of high attrition with nearly half the field failing to finish.
Adam Burr finished second ahead of Ben Harris and Taylor Johnson.
Jesse White dominated the junior top star final winning comfortably from Jayden Triffett, Cody Gay and Paige Allison.
The junior new star race saw Harry Auton quickly establish a solid lead until he rolled while passing a lapped car. Auton escaped unscathed from the wrecked car.
Callum Spencer led from the restart but was quickly passed by Taylah Jetson who took victory with Jacob McKercher third.
Rohan Blair established an early lead until challenged hard by Daniel Brooks. Blair and Brooks battled over many laps race until Brooks got by in turn four to win. Chris Breen had a busy night for third holding out a large pack of cars who were battling behind him.
A massive entry list of karts started the race meeting on the in-field track.
Corey Smith won the 125s from Timmy Auton and James Dillon. The seniors were fired up and it took several attempts to get the race under way.
Aaron Bissett won from Brady Tyler and Cody Dransfield all within a second of each other.
Chase Redpath won the junior karts from Kaleb Sims and Aspen Auton.