After an eventful start to race two, Cameron Waters completed another lights-to-flag victory to beat out Andrew Jones in this morning's 18-lapper.
As the lights went green, Jesse Dixon tried to fight his way through the field, clipping James Golding on his way through and sending himself airborne.
The incident put both rookies out of the race, while Ant Pedersen was forced off the circuit to try and avoid the carnage.
While Waters got the jump over Jones into turn one, he was unusually slow off the start, allowing Jones to keep a grip on the ENZED Falcon.
But Waters maintained his lead throughout to add another race win to his tally, taking the chequered flag with a 1.4second margin to second-placed Jones.
Paul Dumbrell rounded out the top three, ahead of MW Motorsport's Jack Le Brocq and Chris Pither.
Contact between Shae Davies and Josh Kean sent the latter into a spin at turn 10, but recovered to finish 11th while Davies salvagedsixth position.
Todd Hazelwood recovered from his hard start to the weekend to finish seventh, ahead of Eggleston Motorsport's Ant Pedersen.
After an intense battle, Paul Morris and Garry Jacobson took the chequered flag in ninth and tenth respectively.
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Due to yesterday's disappointing incident, Macauley Jones started the race from the rear of the grid and managed to make up 11 spots to finish 15th.
Stay tuned for the final race of the Dunlop Series at the NP300 Navara Winton SuperSprint at 12.30pm.