Experienced Australian sprintcar racer Robbie Farr defeated 20-times World of Outlaws champion Steve Kinser to win the Coke Zero Classic at Valvoline Raceway.
Farr, who began his career at the Sydney venue 20 years ago, produced an impressive drive to pass Kinser en route to taking the chequered flag and the $10,000 booty.
Kinser came home in second place just ahead of multiple Australian champion Max Dumesny and American Dale Blaney.
“Winning here is just terrific, I can't explain how good this feels,” said a jubilant Farr.
“This is where my career started and I would love to do more meetings here.”
Kraig Kinser, son of legend Steve, made a strong start placing himself into contention in the early stages of the 35-lap A Main.
Farr pursued him closely with Steve Kinser working the outside lane in traffic.
However, Kraig's set-up fell away as Farr took over the lead with Steve slipping into second spot.
Behind them Dumesny and Blaney were fighting for third with Ben Atkinson.
But Atkinson's hopes of a strong result soon came to an end when he brought out the yellows with a flip five laps from the finish.
In the end, Farr was untouchable at the front as he took the victory from Kinser and Dumesny.
The international sprintcar stars return to action at the Valvoline Raceway tonight for the World Derby Classic.