Cameron Waters has driven his way to his fourth consecutive winin the opening race at the NP300 Navara Winton SuperSprint.
After getting the jump over Andrew Jones, the ENZED Racing driver led the race for its entirety, leading the field home by a 2.81sec margin.
The victory also sees his winning tally amounts to a total of five wins this season.
It was a chaotic first lap, with Jack Le Brocq detouring off the circuit at turn one while Macauley Jones was pushed wide at turn two, collecting the wall and deploying the safety car.
His teammate Andrew Jones held on to his qualifying position, taking the chequered flag in second while setting the fastest lap of the race with a 1min25.72secs.
Paul Dumbrell followed Jones, while Le Brocq recovered to finish fourth.
After being slow off the start, Chris Pither fell further into the pack, but clawed his way back to begin challenging James Golding for fifth position.
The two were locked in an epic battle throughout the race, with Golding prevailing to hold on to his position, finishing fifth ahead of Pither.
Ant Pedersen was sixth, followed by rookie Jesse Dixon in his Hayman Reese Racing Falcon.
Josh Kean and Paul Morris rounded out the top ten.
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Simon Evans' opportunity to capitalise on his qualifying position was taken away when he was pushed wide off the circuit on the first lap.
The kiwi fell well back into the pack, but clawed his way back to take14th position behind Todd Hazelwood.
Aaren Russell finished two laps down after a power steering failure.
Race two for the Dunlop Series kicks off tomorrow at 10.10am.