The third Tasmanian late model championship was won by Tim Pike at Hobart Speedway.
Pike started the 30-lap final from pole position but was quickly passed by Ash Cleary before young star Cody Gay drove past both.
Contact with Shaun Kelly saw Gay spin off and at the restart Cleary retook the lead.
Pike, Gay and Kelly were fighting hard for position when a collision resulted in another caution.
Cleary ended his night on the infield just before the halfway point handing the lead to Pike who swiftly powered away to victory.
Matt Graham took advantage of Kurt Millwood's misfortune to sneak into second with Kelly third.
Jakobe Jetson won an action-packed modified final with Luke Gunn, Sam Gunn and Josh Stephens having an enormous scrap over the minor places. Jetson took a comfortable win from Luke Gunn and Stephens.
There was plenty of drama in the junior top stars with the race marred by a savage multiple barrel roll for Stephanie Howard who was left bruised but uninjured.
Harry Auton seized the lead and win from Kiara McKercher while Sharni Farrell held out Lachie Robins on the line. However, after the event stewards penalised Auton handing first to McKercher from Farrell and relegating Auton back to third.
The AMCA field had some close racing with Andrew Ryder holding out Victorian champion Tim Reidy. Daniel Brooks was third.
Xavier Clark won the junior new stars from a fast-finishing Kyle Bagorski by eight one-hundredths of a second. Nate Garwood came home in third.
The Tassie Sixes showed another dominant performance by Andy Russel who backed up last week's state title win. The battle behind him was intense with Nathanial McIllwain eventually grabbing second ahead of Mark Bryant.
The sprintcar final had a small but quality field. Adrian Redpath established a handy break only to be chased down by Adam Alexander whose error allowed Jason Redpath to grab second. Rookie drivers Mahtia Bissett and Jack Crossin both put in stellar performances throughout the night.