The Tasmanian junior title provided close exciting racing at Hobart Speedway on Saturday.
While Australian champion Ardie Jonic won his heats and the final, some of the local drivers showed that they were not too far behind him.
Jayden Triffett and Cody Gay had an entertaining battle for second before they made contact which brought out the caution and saw them restart in their original positions.
Kyle Bagorski broke an axle causing a massive rollover, although he walked away unharmed with a large smile.
At the resumption of racing, Jonic led with a safe margin while Triffett and Colgan continued their battle, chased by Gay. Zac Wells was passed by pint-sized powerhouse Stevie Smith in fifth with several laps to go.
Jonic was humble in his victory speech thanking the Tasmanian speedway community and his grandparents for making it possible.
Curt Smith passed Adam Alexander around the outside on the opening lap and established a commanding lead that was never challenged in the sprintcar final.
Alexander's car slowed with electrical problems with six laps remaining allowing Scott Bissett to hold out Jason Dawkins on the line for second.
In the speedcar final Mitchell Freeman opened up a handy break before Luke Redpath closed in with a new lap record on lap four. An entertaining high speed duel saw Freeman take the win by 57 thousandths of a second.
Shaun Kelly won the late models after a bold turn-one outside passing move on Ash Cleary who retained second from Matt Farrell.
Dwaine Sonners won the Tassie Sixes final by a comfortable margin from Mark Bryant before Nathan McIllwain held out Bradley Cowen and Todd Russell to the line.
Matty Higgins looked like he would clean sweep the night after winning both heats and opening up a handy margin in the bombers final. Harley Croft had other ideas and slowly reeled him in to win with Matty Treweek third.
The junior karts saw Chase Redpath break clear from Kaleb Sims while Brady Tyler won the seniors after starting well back. The 125s were won by Aaron Dillon.