Newly crowned modified sedan State champion Brandon Fraser produced a dominant display at Narrogin Speedway Club on Saturday night.
Fraser was recently crowned State champion at Kalgoorlie Speedway and brought his form to Narrogin, claiming his third major feature race in a row in round four of the WA Modified Sedan Series.
Fraser broke the lap one and 10 record and created a 20-lap transponder record in the process.
Fraser won the feature race ahead of Rick Musarra and Coby Stevens.
The super modified sedans were also a feature at Narrogin Speedway, with Mark Shephard proving too strong.
Shephard drove superbly on his way to victory over Grant Campbell and Jamie Ward.
Jasmin Ellis won for total points for junior formula 125s ahead of Campbell Smith and Jacob O’Farrell.
Blake Palmer was able to get the upper hand over Mackenzie Palmer to win the junior sedans division.
Richards Hicks won the street stock division ahead of Shane Kulker and Anthony Page.
Hannah Stewart stood on top of the podium after defeating Evert Mostert in the production sedans points.