Modified Sedan rookie Lee Watt claimed the second round of the 2021-2022 KCM Transport WA Modified Sedan Series in Narrogin on Saturday night. Watt defeated Albany’s Jason Batchelor and Michael Clark in the 20-lap final at Makit Hardware Narrogin Speedway. Narrogin Speedway Club attracted strong fields across three divisions with track records broken in both super sedans and modified sedans. In the opening heat of the night for Modified Sedans, Watt was victorious before Kyle Sayer added his name to the heat race winners list in his first WA Modified Sedan Series appearance. Continuing the trend of rookie winners, Gaje Price took out the third heat of the night, before Kyle Sayer made it two wins from two starts to the claim the fourth heat. Clark and WA Modified Sedan champion Jayke Malcolm added their names to the heat race winners’ list, claiming the final two heats of the night. When it came to the Shootout, there were only five cars in contention, as Kyle Sayer suffered mechanical dramas ending his night after winning his two opening heats. Malcolm defeated Price in the opening instalment of the shootout, before he proved too strong for Michael Clark. Batchelor then joined the track and made the best of an inside start to progress, leaving Malcolm to start the final from position three. Batchelor was joined by Watt, who made a very quick start and earned himself pole position for the final and a nice cash bonus. With 13 cars to face the green flag in the 20-lap final, it was Watt who would make the best of the jump to lead the opening lap with Batchelor hot on his heels. Malcolm held third position as further back in the field, Bunbury’s Adam Houston lost a number of positions before retiring from the event. Clark and Malcolm were battling for third spot before the latter was forced to the infield and the battle was on between the next four drivers trying to get onto the podium. As the leaders came upon lapped traffic, Batchelor continued to apply the pressure to Watt’s Commodore before the yellow lights came on. With only a handful of laps remaining, Watt opened up a couple of car length margin between himself and Batchelor, which was enough to see him claim his first KCM Transport WA Modified Sedan Series round, defeating a gallant Batchelor and Clark. In the super sedan division, 12 cars competed against each other in hard and fast racing. Rob Knox proved too strong in the feature race to defeat Nathan Walton while Kyle Larson rounded out the podium. Formula 125 senior and juniors both racing to get some much needed track time before their State title which is being held at Narrogin speedway early next year. Bill Beeck took out the senior division ahead of Darren Cartwright and Nathan Tester. Georgia Ellis claimed victory in the junior division to defeat Jacob O’Farrell and Olivia Hann.