Blake Iwanow has etched his name in the record books, becoming the third driver in history to win successive WA Junior Sedan Titles after claiming a dramatic 25-lap final at Narrogin speedway on Saturday night. The WA title was held a week after the national title in Collie with Iwanow coming into the event, that attracted 50 drivers including four from the east coast, as defending champion. Both Iwanow and Beau Oldfield were the highest point scorers after night one on Friday and that followed on to Saturday where the pair fought out a cracking finish to the race. Iwanow and Oldfield started on the front row of the A-main grid and the reigning champion was able to skip clear and lead the early stages of the final which was hampered by stoppages. With six laps to run, Oldfield began to challenge Iwanow for the lead but another stoppage again halted the race this time as Josh Ahearn lost a wheel. There were four laps left to run at the restart and again Oldfield threw everything at the race leader but Iwanow fought off the challenges. Iwanow crossed the line 0.241 seconds ahead of Oldfield to win back-to-back titles and join Gavin Myers (1979 and 1980) and Bradley Oldfield (2016 and 2017) as drivers to achieve the rare feat. In the process of winning the title, on a record-breaking weekend, Iwanow set a new track record on lap 19 with a record mark of 19.751 seconds. Oldfield finished runner-up while WA’s Riley Dunne finished third and Victorian Jye Irving was officially fourth. Kayne Dellar, Kurtis Blackburn, Zoe Young, Australian champion Mitchell Baker, Seth Hinsey and Izak Davies rounded out the top 10. Narrogin’s Blake Palmer enjoyed a strong weekend and was credited with 12th in the final after starting from position 16. Fellow Narrogin driver Brody Day started from position 15 on the grid but retired from the race after 17 laps. It was a 51st feature race win for Iwanow who has now retired from racing junior sedans.