James Moffat secured the round victory in a highly-disrupted Race Sydney finale, crossing the line ahead of Cody Gillis in a one-lap dash.
Moffat capitalised on a mistake from polesitter Nash Morris to take the lead, with Gillis soon following before the race was brought to a halt due to a safety car intervention.
An incident at the restart then saw yet another safety car called out, resulting in a one-lap dash that saw Moffat hold on ahead of Gillis and Morris.
Nash Morris doubled his win tally for the weekend after another great performance, finishing ahead of series leader James Moffat.
Starting from pole for the first time this weekend, Morris held the inside line at turns one and two to maintain the lead and create a gap – crossing the line three-tenths of a second clear after a safety car intervention mid-race.
Ben Grice would impress in third, while Tim Brook finished fourth after drama with Lochie Dalton and Cody Gillis saw the former awarded a drive-through penalty.
Nash Morris prevailed in race two after an entertaining battle with race one winner, James Moffat – crossing the line half a second ahead of the series leader.
Much like race one, the duo was side-by-side in the early stages before Morris was able to get his nose in front, holding the lead to the chequered flag despite a late safety car intervention.
In similar circumstances, Cody Gillis claimed the final step on the podium after getting past Lochie Dalton at the race start, keeping the pace throughout to hold the position ahead of the title contender.
James Moffat took victory in a lights-to-flag performance, extending his series lead over teammate Lochie Dalton.
Dalton would move up one place to finish in third, unable to make his way past Nash Morris after an entertainment mid-race scuffle.
Cody Gillis would hold on to finish in fourth place, while Edan Thornburrow rounded out the top five ahead of a determined Elliot Barbour.
James Moffat recovered from an early gearchange issue to take pole position in emphatic fashion ahead of Nash Morris.
An early unplanned pitstop to fix a mechanical issue didn’t hold the series leader back as it only took one flying lap to set his fastest time, four-tenths of a second ahead of the Supercheap Auto Racing entry.
Rounding out the top three was Elliott Cleary, who edged out Moffat’s teammate Lochie Dalton and his own counterpart, Cody Gillis who rounded out the top five starters for race one under the lights.
The category lived up to its competitive reputation in the weekends opening session, with James Moffat leading the way ahead of the returning Tim Brook.
The Racing Academy saw Elliott Cleary and Cody Gillis in third and fourth respectively, while Moffat’s teammate Lochie Dalton rounded out the top five.
The session saw 10 drivers finish within one second of Moffat’s fastest time, building anticipation ahead of Qualifying.