Cameron Waters has completed a hat-trick at the UBET Perth SuperSprint after comfortably winning race three by 16.41 seconds.
Emulating his performance in the second race, the Prodrive Racing Australia pilot drove way with the lead as the lights went green, securing the round win.
He set the fastest lap of the race on lap two with a 59.10secs, and was elated to be the first driver to complete a clean sweep of a round in the V8 Supercars Dunlop Series since Jonathon Webb in 2009.
"It was an awesome weekend for my ENZED Falcon and guys at Prodrive Racing Australia," he said.
"The car was mega all weekend... I don't know what happened to the other guys, I couldn't see them!
"To win the 100th round is pretty cool. I can't thank the boys at Prodrive and ENZED enough."
After dominating the round, the 20-year-old now leads the series by 76 points ahead of Paul Dumbrell, who followed the ENZED Falcon home to finish second ahead of Andrew Jones.
He passed eight cars on his way to the podium and secured third place for the round.
Jack Le Brocq crossed the line in fourth and finished the round in second.
Macauley Jones tookthe chequered flag in fifth ahead of Paul Morris, Garry Jacobson and Todd Hazelwood.
James Golding and Ant Pedersen completed the top ten.