The action was frenetic on Saturday at Carrick Speedway as state titles were decided for AMCAs, Tassie Sixes and Formula 500s.
Rohan Blair was a popular winner, claiming his inaugural state title in the 21-car AMCA field.
Blair withstood immense pressure as the race was marred by numerous restarts.
His main challengers were former state champions Daniel Brooks and Andrew Ryder who made passing attempts at several of the restarts.
However, Blair refused to yield and held them at bay. Ellis Dickenson ran fourth ahead of Adrian Bassett for the entire race as the 30-lap journey took nearly half an hour.
Dylan Beveridge started on pole for the Formula 500s state title and jumped away from Taylor Johnston who shared the front row as Rick Hall and Nick Kingston gave chase but could not close the gap.
A caution with 10 laps remaining bunched the field up for the restart but Beveridge was in command and took victory.
Kingston could match the pace of Beveridge but couldn't challenge and had to be content with second.
A fired up Adam Garwood was on a charge from the back of the pack and made several passing moves at the restart to move into third with Johnson fourth.
However, at the conclusion of the race Garwood failed to go to the scales and was subsequently disqualified, handing third to Johnson.
Beveridge was ecstatic with his victory and celebrated with several spectacular donuts.
The Tassie six title was won by Andy Russell who withstood plenty of pressure from Mark Bryant, Todd Russell, Brad Cowen and Luke Wilson.
The challengers collided in turn two on the third lap. Wilson was deemed the cause and sent to the rear but his charge back to the front of the pack certainly kept the crowd entertained as the race also had numerous stoppages.
Andy Russell took a convincing win from Bryant and Luke Wilson in third.
Callum Spencer drove superbly to hold off some serious challenges and win the junior new star race with the leaders working their way through the traffic like seasoned veterans. Spencer won from Kyle Bagorski and Taylah Jetson.
Junior tops star driver Harry Auton kept his nose clean to take a solid win from Stevie Smith, Sharni Farrell, Lucas Dickenson and Kiara McKercher.
Steve Latham won the super sedans even after being sent to the rear, followed by Adam Beechey and Leon Cleary.
The season continues next weekend at Hobart Speedway.