Bendigo sprintcar young-gun Rusty Hickman will go back to the team's 410 engine this weekend.
The Hickman Motorsport team made the most of its 360i engine last week, with Hickman claiming his first Victorian 360 Sprintcar Title at Simpson Speedway with it under the bonnet.
Hickman reminded the sprintcar world why he is the new force to be reckoned with the 19-year-old going wheel-to-wheel with the sport's best.
After strong performances during the heats, there was only one more thing for Hickman to do, drive his heart out in the main race.
Hickman was up against a top-notch field of racers which included Matthew Reed and Michael Tancredi.
After being pipped to the post by Reed, Hickman started the main race in second position behind Reed.
However, that didn't stop the Bendigo young-gun from pushing his 360ci power plant engine to the absolute limit.
Hickman overcame a small mistake which almost let Reed take control of the race, but he kept a level-head and before too long he was back in clean air.
"When it was three laps to go, I was coming around a bend when the white flags came out," Hickman said.
"I was a bit high-up on the track and the car started to bounce and nearly tipped over.
"Somehow I saved it.
"But it's great to know that I now have a Victorian 360 Title to my name."
The 19-year-old racer will take to the track on Saturday at Warrnambool's Premier Speedway for the Eureka Garages and Sheds Sprintcar Grand Final.
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