The 30th Narrogin Revheads festival was a roaring success with almost 300 entrants and thousands of spectators flocking to Thomas Hogg Oval at the weekend. Narrogin’s annual motorsports event attracts people from all over WA and is a petrol head’s paradise. With about 1600 people through the gate across the three days there were regular competitions involving burnouts and a Show ‘n’ Shine, with 175 burnout cars taking part and 120 Show ‘n’ Shine entrants. Chris Orchard took out the Paul Kulker Memorial burnout champion in his car ‘The Og’. In the women’s category first place went to Lauren Youngs followed by Krystel Napdi-Rose. Clayton Farmer was the champion from the past two years in the blown category and was knocked off this year by Orchard followed by Anthony Page in second place. The V8 category was another win in the bank for Orchard ahead of Jason Tanian and Shannon Carson.