The Supercars community shone on Monday night, as the 2019 season was celebrated at the annual Gala Awards in Sydney.
Supercars.com provides your ticket to the red carpet with this extensive gallery.
Gala host Jess Yates with Fox Sports colleagues Mark Skaife and Craig Lowndes, who later took to the stage for his PIRTEK Enduro Cup win.
David Reynolds, a Barry Sheene Medalist in 2017 and '18, pictured with partner Tahan.
It was James Courtney's last Gala as a Walkinshaw driver, after nine seasons with the Holden squad.
New Walkinshaw signing Chaz Mostert was all smiles, pictured here with partner Riarne.
Dick Johnson celebrated another successful season, here with wife Jill and driver Fabian Coulthard.
Coulthard also posed with partner Becky.
Garry Jacobson and partner Naomi shared a laugh with Simona De Silvestro, who is departing Supercars after three seasons.
Milwaukee Racing driver Will Davison and partner Riana Crehan, who features as a pit reporter on Supercars' television coverage.
Scott Pye wasted no time getting acquainted with his 2020 squad Team 18, where Mark Winterbottom is sure to keep him on his toes...
Jack Le Brocq and Cameron Waters are also set to be teammates next year, with the Tekno driver headed to Tickford Racing.
Penrite Racing's rising star Anton De Pasquale ran a solo mission on the red carpet.
As did 2006 Supercars champion and two-time Bathurst winner Rick Kelly.
Andre Heimgartner and his trainer, Josh Webb.
WAU co-owner Ryan Walkinshaw hammed it up with Fox Sports' Chris Stubbs.
Todd Hazelwood and partner Alice had plenty to smile about, ahead of confirmation of the driver's new 2020 seat.
After some horsing around with Lee Holdsworth, pictured atop this story, Tim Slade made time to pose with partner Dani...
And Holdsworth laughed it up with Thomas Randle, having combined to finish a fine third together in the PIRTEK Enduro Cup.
One of the last couples to arrive was champion Scott McLaughlin and partner Karly, who will marry in the United States next month.