Jamie Whincup continues to build real estate at Symmons Plains, winning his 13th Supercars race at the track on Sunday.
After team Red Bull Ampol colleague, and championship leader Shane van Gisbergen took out the first race on Saturday, Whincup was able to nab a win after a hard-fought race.
Whincup was humble in his victory, even taking a good-natured jab at van Gisbergen after the race.
"It's a good feeling to get a win of course," Whincup said.
"The bloke beside me [van Gisbergen] has had a shocker: he's come second.
I treat every one like it's my lastJamie Whincup after winning race seven
"But the car was great - I didn't get the start I would've liked to but then we had slightly better tyre-life than Cam's [Waters] so we got past and SVG was coming at the end but it was just enough to hang on."
The race win was Whincup's 123rd, with the 38-year-old still appearing to cherish every moment of his esteemed career.
"It keeps getting better - I'm not sure how many wins I can establish this year," he said.
"But I can guarantee you that I treat every one like it's my last."
Later that day, Mobil's Chaz Mostert won a dominant race eight.
The 29-year-old was relieved to "get the monkey off his back" and finally nab a win after a two-year drought.
"I was starting to believe I couldn't do it for a long time," Mostert said.
"[I'm] super stoked for the team, we were thereabouts on pace all weekend but that car was a lot of fun in that last race."
Van Gisbergen sits atop the Supercars season ladder with 865 points, followed by Whincup (726) and Mostert (700).
The spectacle managed to wrangle a crowd of more than 17,000 people to Symmons.
It saw plenty of action from not only the Supercars, but the Aussie Racing Cars and Stadium Super Trucks.
- RACE REPORTS: Pages 36 and 37