Jason Irvine was dominant as Ceduna Dirt Circuit Club racing action took place at Andoc Park on Saturday night for the October race meeting.
The event was sponsored by Ceduna Furniture and saw 17 cars nominate at the start.
There was action aplenty, mostly in the pits as some cars had issues.
Alan Woollatt was an early casualty when he was unable to handle the massive engine power of his Commodore and speared into the armco railing around the light tower.
Darren Coote suffered a blown gearbox, Matt Newland of Port Lincoln had transmission dramas and Toby Lee had an electrical problem.
The division one racing saw Irvine win four of five races to take out the night on 29 points, with Shaun Freeman on board Wild Thing chasing him all night to finish second with 24.
Kyle Rice, driving for the first time in 15 years, finished third on 17 points to round out the podium.
Former state champion Colin Thiele found his overalls and dusted off his helmet, and then dusted his opposition, to run out winner in division two with four wins from five and 28 points.
Tyson Carr was not far behind, only lacking a bit of straight-line speed to Thiele to finish second with 24 points, while David Carr was all over son Tyson's bumper bar but had to settle for the third on 21.
Division three saw Murray Watkinson go about his business to again salute the flags with three wins from five to grab 28 points.
Dylan Cameron's spectacular and often sideways style of driving saw him finish second on 18, with Adelaide's Darryl Lee third with 16 points on his return to racing.
William Watts had a spectacular finish to race five with a stuck throttle launching the car off the end of the straight.
Emma Newland set the fastest time, but husband Matt broke her car to end the night early.
Taking out the all-comers race was Irvine, who finished ahead of Thiele and Rice.
Irvine had the fastest time in division one at 4:00.82, with Thiele the quickest in division two on 4:07.35 and Emma Newland registering 4:21.38 in division three.