State champion Dustin Higgs scored a dominant victory in round five of the WA Super Sedan Series at Albany’s Attwell Park Speedway on Saturday night. In another bumper night Albany also hosted round four of the limited sprint cars club championship with local drivers Ben Pratt, Jamie Langdon and Jason Shaddick competing. In the 20-lap final for super sedans, it was smooth sailing for Higgs out in front as he led from start to finish on the way to a massive winning margin. Despite the feature race being marred by several stoppages and incidents, Higgs powered to victory as he crossed the line more than 12sec. ahead of Nathan Thiele. Rob Knox was third across the line while Terry Green and Albany’s Glynn McBeath rounded out the top five. There were a host of non-finishers, including Tristan Green, and only six cars officially finished the race while Gary Higgs did not start the main event. A strong field of limited sprint cars took to the clay and it was Chad Pittard who took round honours after a dramatic 25-lap final. Michael Keen and Joel Ettridge were battling for the lead early on before coming together, the pair sent to the rear of the field. Keen later was caught up in a second stoppage and under race rules, he needed a second restart and was subsequently disqualified from the event. Pittard went on to win a thrilling finish, as he edged out Matthew Parker by 0.635sec. Dominic Rifici was third across the line while Aaron Chirop and Glenn Dickinson rounded out the top five. In the support divisions Cody Colmer beat Mackenzie Silver and Riley Udecz in the junior sedans, Tyron Hall claimed the street stock honours from Paul Bowman and Trent Claybrook while Clinton Theyer topped the production sedan points ahead of Aydan Trewern and Calon Ball.