PORTLAND's Daniel Storer has clinched the annual Merrett Family Trophy for Wingless Sprints at Simpson Speedway with a dominant victory on Saturday night.
Alongside polesitter Matthew Symons of Simpson, it was Storer who quickly grabbed the lead and finished ahead of Warrnambool's Harry Ross and Todd Hobson.
Both Ross and Hobson were doing double duty in his sprintcar on the night.
One of the pre-race favourites was Chris Temby who started from 16th and raced through the field to finish fifth just behind Clint McLaren after the 25-lap journey.
"I'm happy with the way it all went," Storer said of his race win on Saturday night.
"My car felt pretty good and overall, it's been a good night."
The second round of the SRA of Victoria's 360 Sprintcar Triple Crown Series was also featured which doubled as the fifth round of the C&H Trucking Limited Series.
The race attracted 34 cars and it was Charles Hunter emerging as the winner.
With a win and a second in his qualifying heats it was enough for Hunter to earn pole position for the 25-lap A-Main.
One of the shining lights of the night and for the future was the debut of Jett Bell, son of champion driver Stephen Bell.
Jett would make the feature and started 18th and finished ninth showing those in attendance an exciting future lies ahead.
The next race meeting at Simpson Speedway will be the final one for the club for this season.
It will be held on April 24 and is a twilight meeting with racing to start from 3pm.
Gates will open at 1pm and will feature a round of the C&H Trucking Sprintcars, Super Rods and Speedcars.
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