In front of a capacity crowd at Bunbury Speedway, driver James McFadden and Monte Motorsport stormed home to win the 2019 Krikke Boys Shootout/Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series grand finale.
McFadden began the 35-lap feature race in position two, before finding his groove and eventually reaching the front.
Krikke Motorsport and driver Kerry Madsen, after finishing fastest in qualifying, crossed just 0.592 of a second behind the winner.
Madsen and McFadden traded the lead throughout the contest, with McFadden coming out on top.
In the World Series Sprintcars championship, Madsen finished second overall behind Steve Lines.
Jason Kendrick finished in third, ahead of Brooke Tatnell, Kaiden Manders, and Glen Sutherland.
The Podium finish saw Kendrick claim his second consecutive Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series title, with 2448 points.
Myalup competitor/LJM Racing's Jamie Maiolo crossed in seventh, while Brad Maiolo was a non-starter due to engine issues.
Jason Pryde, Brodie Minchin, and Todd Davis were unable to finish the race.
Jamie Maiolo finished second on points with 2366 overall, in front of third-placed Manders on 2302, and Brad Maiolo on 2276.
Sutherland took out the Midpack Madness, with Tom Payet and Ben Butcher close behind.
Saturday's event marked round one of the Maddington Toyota Triple Crown.
Teams/drivers will return to the track for the Maddington Toyota Triple Crown - Round Two on Saturday, March 30, followed by round three on Saturday, April 13.