Liam Sager's weekend to remember continued as he completed a clean sweep with a third victory in the Australian Formula Ford Championship on the Gold Coast.
The Minda Motorsport driver's win has brought him further into the title race while another podium finish for Anton De Pasquale ensured he leaves the Gold Coast 600 with a 36-point lead at the top of the standings.
The race began with an incident as Sam Power led the field into Turn 1.
Chelsea Angelo, Jordan Lloyd, Trent Grubel and Matt Campbell were wiped out of the race.
This brought out the safety car but once racing resumed Sager dived down the inside of Power to grab the lead.
As he proved in the previous two races, once in front Sager is the master of the Surfers Paradise street circuit and he went on to record a classy win.
De Pasquale managed to get the better of Power to snare second while title contender Macauley Jones came home in sixth.
Meanwhile the lead in the Auto One V8 Utes championship changed hands with Ryal Harris topping the standings after taking victory and capitalising on misfortune for series leader David Sieders.
Harris surged from sixth on the grid to take the win after a cracking dice with long time leader Kim Jane in another race interrupted by the safety car.
Jane led the field from pole with Andrew Fisher and Harris in hot pursuit.
The safety car was called upon on the opening lap when Todd Zani beached himself at the coast chicane.
Shortly after the restart both Harris and Kris Walton found a way past Fisher to occupy the podium places. Fisher would later recover a position.
An almighty scrap broke out for the lead between Jane and Harris but in the end the latter managed to get the job done done and took the chequered flag from Jane and a hard charging Fisher.
A spin for championship leader Sieders late on saw him drop to 21st from ninth to hand
Harris the points lead.
A huge multiple car pile up brought out the red flags in race three and a lengthy clean up process and tight schedule forced organisers to abandon any plans for a restart.
Trent Young managed to avoid trouble in an eventful final Aussie Racing Cars race to record his third victory of the Gold Coast 600 weekend.
A huge multiple car accident on the opening lap significantly shortened the amount of racing laps.
Gus Robbins appeared to edge Grant Ludbey into the wall at Turn 1 which sparked a chain reaction down the field involving several cars including Klark Quinn in the guest car.
Once the track was cleared under the safety car, Young had no problems in converting his third win as he led home Nathan Townsend and Tyler Owen.
Championship leader Maurice Masini was fourth with nine cars failing to finish.