Narrogin driver Braeden Aylmore has claimed his second WA supermods title after a dominant display at Kalgoorlie International Speedway this month. Aylmore won his first WA Supermods Title two years ago at Esperance Speedway and he secured a second crown on March 14, dominating his three heat races and starting the feature race from pole position after victory in the shootout. The 24-year-old Narrogin Speedway Club member was a class above in the 20-lap final, crossing the line more than 10 seconds ahead of Cameron McEllister while Mark Shepherd, Grant Campbell and Darrall Smith rounded out the top five. “I couldn’t have asked for a better night and what made it even more special was the fact that it was a WA title,” Aylmore said. “To be honest, I wasn’t too confident heading into the WA title as Kalgoorlie hasn’t been the track that I have had the best of runs there in my past five visits, but it all came together with a good car setup and I was able to drive consistency and it paid off with the best possible result.” The win was a highlight in a mixed 2019-20 campaign for Aylmore, who spent two seasons in junior sedans before stepping up into supermods. Aylmore credited his father Darren, a 12-season veteran in the class and current Narrogin Speedway Club president, as the reason he is now racing. Having won two State crowns and two minor placings in the same event to go with three Narrogin club championships and a WA country series point standings win, Aylmore has plans to step up into the wingless sprints division next season and race a second car for Kyle Beard. He also plans to do selected major meetings in the supermods class.