He now has a total of 215 points and is ahead of fellow local Adam Senior, whose two second places and a third took him up to 171 points, and Mark Schnierer who is on 151.
As with the previous two rounds, Shane Martin stormed to the lead in the B grade winning the 75 points, while in the C division, Steve Chittendon holds a one-point advantage over Marc Roissetter.
Local racers continued to impress, with A. Coote and Leigh Boujos sharing the wins in the supersport championship, while the superstock saw Thyron Van Vuuren win all three, with Tim Boujos and Graeme Romano sharing the runner-up position.
Coote leads the supersport on 203 points and Boujos leads superstock on 175.
In the 250GP, championship leader Brad Gross crashed in the warm-up and took no part in the day’s racing, leaving Adam Senior to take all three wins and put him in the lead on 188 points.
The 125GP also saw Tom Hatton win all three races, giving him a 69-point lead over second placed Scott Pettit, with Colin Boujos four points behind in third.
Ray Tschorn and Raj Sarin shared wins in the clubman 600cc, while Keith Harrison, Daniel Chadbund and Caillin Simcock-Ball all had a win in the clubman 1000cc.
The two-day event also incorporated the second round of the Australian Sidecar Championships.
The Australian F1 Championship and F2 Cup saw Walker brothers Darryn and Neal win two of the three races, with a flat tyre allowing Lindsay Fagan and Josh Wintle to win the third and give them enough points to win the round.
Mick Alton and Steve Bonney were the top placed F2 outfit in each race.