Rising Modified Sedans star Luke Fraser made a statement at Albany’s Attwell Park Speedway ahead of the national title in April, storming to feature race success on Saturday night. Albany will host the National Modified Sedan Title on April 7-10 and Fraser gave his strongest indication yet he will be a leading contender at the event. In round six of the WA Modified Sedan Series, Fraser won two heat races and the top six shootout to start the 20-lap final from pole position. He drove away at the start of the decider and worked his way through traffic impressively before fighting off a late challenge from hometown driver Calon Ball. Fraser proved too strong yet again, coasting to his fourth round victory of the series. He crossed the line 2.236secs ahead of a gallant Ball while Brendan Selleck was third home — only to be relegated two positions post-race. This promoted Sam McAuley to the final spot on the podium while Albany star and State champion Jason Batchelor was fourth ahead of the demoted Selleck. Earlier in the night Anthony King and Batchelor claimed victories in the first two qualifying heats before Batchelor made it two from two in heat three and then Fraser got on the board. Fraser was too strong in heat five and Batchelor topped the points score after a third win to round out the heat races. The event doubled as round seven of the Wingless Sprints championship, dominated by Blake Iwanow. It was a near perfect night for Blake Iwanow, finishing second in his opening heat race before bouncing back to win the second qualifier and then the top six race. He then powered to an impressive win in the 15-lap feature race, defeating Tom Britton and Matty Fellows. Matt Iwanow claimed heat one in Albany but it was Brandon Sharpe who made the big move in the top six dash as he climbed his way to second position. However, as the final began, Sharpe ran over the rear tyre of Blake Iwanow, which allowed Fellows and Britton to race past him. There were a couple of terrific battles behind Blake Iwanow as Fellows and Britton fought hard for the podium and Sharpe and Matt Iwanow swapped positions. Britton eventually got the better of Fellows to grab second while Sharpe and Matt Iwanow rounded out the top five. The formula 125s also had feature races on the night as part of a bumper program. Sam Jewell was too strong for Bill Beeck, with a winning margin of 2.357sec. in the senior F125 final over 15 laps while Craig Tester filled third place. In the junior F125 feature contested over 15 laps, Ella Hahn was a narrow winner from Cameron Tester. The legend cars racing was also exciting as Nathan Brennan took home the spoils in the 10-lap final from Travis Gould and Ben Boyd.