Prodrive Racing Australia's Cameron Waters has racked-up his second win of the weekend after completing a faultess drive to the chequered flag inrace two at the UBET Perth SuperSprint.
The 20-year-oldcompleted a lights-to-flag victory after getting the jump over Ice Break Racing's Chris Pither from pole position, chargingon to win the 28-lapper 3.39secs ahead of Pither.
But Paul Dumbrell failed to make any ground after starting fourth, falling back into the pack with an engine drama to finish 10th.
Despite falling back into the pack at the start of the race, Pither made his way back through the field and recorded the fastest lap of the race on lap five with a 58.56secs.
He began to challenge teammate Jack Le Brocq for second position, which was soon handed to the kiwi when Le Brocq ran wide at the bowl on lap 24, finishing in third place.
Todd Hazelwood followed in fourth, ahead of Paul Morris and James Golding.
Shae Davies finished seventh after he was locked in an epic battle with Golding and Aaren Russell throughout the race, before Russell was forced into the pits after an issue with the right rear.
The tyre issue pushed Russell back to 23rd position, finishing a lap down.
Garry Jacobson, Jesse Dixon and Dumbrell rounded out the top ten.
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Macauley Jones followed the two-time Dunlop Series Champion to the finish linein 11th, ahead of Super Black Racing's Simon Evans in 12th.
Renee Gracie was 13th, while Josh Kean brought his Brad Jones Racing Commodore home in 15th after being turned around at turn one after contact with Evans on lap eight.
Taz Douglas failed to finish after an engine misfire, while Andrew Jones was forced to park his Commodore after oil pressures that hindered his assault yesterday emerged again today.
The Dunlop Series return to the circuit for the third and final race at 12.45pm.