While all eyes were on the contenders in the 2018 Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hours race, the Mountain has also played to a packed support card.
In the Combined Sedans it was a stunning come from behind win to local Sports Sedan driver Steven Lacey who took out the overall honours.
Starting from the rear of the grid in the days first race, Lacey took advantage of a late race safety car to come from behind to take the win in his yellow Camaro over the TA2 cars of American driver Gar Robinson (Dodge Charger) and Queensland driver Russel Wright (Mustang).
Lacey won the afternoon race comfortably over Robinson with Victorian driver Rick Newman in an impressive third place in his Falcon. Paul Boschert, who won Friday’s first race saw his day end early when his Corvette hit the wall heading up Mountain Straight in Saturday’s first race.
Wayne Seabrook in his 1976 Porsche 911 won both races in Group S Historic Sports Cars after race one winner Geoff Morgan failed to finish the first race of the morning while in a comfortable lead.
Kim Burke (Radical SR3RSX) won his maiden race race in the Radical Cup with a narrow win over RA Motorsport team mate Nicholas Stavropoulo and race one winner Peter Paddon after the race finished under the safety car.
Photos: Christian Schmidt