Bendigo Car Club hosted the CAMS NGK Australian Motorkhana Championships on the weekend.
A highlight for the competition held at the Bendigo Livestock Exchange was veteran competitor Aaron Wuillemin becoming national champion after 20 years of competition in the Australian Motorkhana Championship.
Among a field of more than 50 competitors Wuillemin was simply too nimble behind the wheel.
Motorkhana competitions involve drivers maneuvering vehicles through a series of tests at high speeds.
For most of the day he was locked in battle with 2018 champion Corinne East-Johnstone.
"I am really happy to win. I have been trying to do this for a long time and finally we have managed to crack one," Wuillemin told CAMS after his win.
"When other people started making mistakes it was just a matter of continuing to be clean and not hitting anything.
"This is pretty cool. Finally, It's just nice to come away with a win for the first time."
Bendigo Car Club members Brian Shanahan took out class honours within his category and Adam Button placed third in the junior section.
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