Kodee Brown's love affair with Attwell Park Speedway continued on Saturday night when he led from start to finish to down a strong field of rivals and claim the WA Late Model Sedan Title.
After last week capturing the Australian Late Model Sedan Title at the Perth Motorplex, Brown was able to achieve the coveted double of winning both the national and State crowns following his victory in the 30-lap final.
Earlier this year Brown travelled to Albany and won the round of the Super Sedan Summer Series held at the venue, a division in which he has also been a national champion.
Brown won his opening heat race of the night and finished second to former State titleholder Marc Giancola in his other preliminary before powering to victory in six lap A-dash to claim pole position.
The Broome speedster shot straight to the lead at the commencement of the feature race and despite briefly being challenged by Kye Blight, he went on to win his maiden WA Late Model Sedan Title by 3.665 seconds.
The impressive Paul Stubber finished in second place with New South Wales driver Ben Nicastri claimed third place.
Multiple State champion Brad Blake was fourth across the line ahead of South Australia's Stuey Hill and Warren Oldfield, who was the last car to complete the entire 30-lap journey.
Blight, who set the quickest lap in the final, had moved to second and loomed as a serious threat to Brown in front until he was forced to retire with damage to his car on lap eight.
Craig Vosbergen, Jamie Oldfield and Jason Oldfield were unable to start the main event.
Earlier in the outstanding heat race action Vosbergen won heat one narrowly over Blight before Stubber shot to a dominant win in heat two over Jamie Oldfield.
Brown held Hill and Giancola at bay to take out the third preliminary and Vosbergen added a second victory to his name when he triumphed in heat four over Mt Barker's Chris Pavlovich.
In a thrilling conclusion to heat races Jamie Oldfield defeated Nicastri and Blake in heat five and then Giancola crossed the line 0.829 seconds ahead of Brown in the last heat.
Brown edged out Jamie Oldfield and Giancola in an exciting A-dash and Blake took out the B-dash from Jay Cardy and Michael Holmes.
A huge crowd was on hand to witness the fantastic racing put on by the late models as well as the support divisions.
The next meeting at Attwell Park Speedway promises to be a massive one with the visiting World Series Sprintcars heading to Albany on FRIDAY, February 19.