Fans settle in for a night of speedway action
Rob and Sue Morris, of Mandurah, and their grandchildren Fletcher Hamilton, 3, Zayne Wood, 5, and Mason Hamilton, 5.
Motorsport enthusiasts flocked to the Make Smoking History Bunbury Speedway at the weekend for the Auto One Sprintcar Grand Slam.
A massive crowd watched all the thrills of sprintcar, wingless sprint and legend car racing into Saturday night.
Brad Maiolo won the 30-lap feature race, which ensured he claimed round four of the Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series while Mitchell Wormall finished runner-up and Jamie Maiolo completed the podium.
Action returns track-side on December 15. Michael and Dani McTiernan, of Dardanup, and their children Bella, 6, Matthew, 5, and Hailey, 8. Sam, 14, and Harry Tucker, 10, of Australind. Skye McDonnell, 4, Oliver Hone, 5, with Alecia Meldrum, of Usher, and Jake Hone, 7, and Kira McDonnell, of Australind.
Dorothy and Barry Higham, of Wannanup.
Cassie Harris and Logan Borromei, 7, both of Eaton.
Joshua Bell and Illaria Borromei, 5, both of Eaton.
Emily and Nathan Matthews, of Busselton, and their son Riley, 16 months.
Ella Winn and her grandfather Dennis Newton, both of Carey Park.
George Worth, of Langford, and his son Daniel Worth, of Armadale.
Joanne Vernon and Jye Wellings, 8, both of East Bunbury.