Bradley Clements has become the first 2018 CAMS Australian Champion with victory at the 2018 CAMS Australian Khanacross Championship in South Australia.
Competing in his Subaru WRX at the SEAC Motorsport Park in Mt Gambier, Bradley claimed the championship title over a strong field of 54.
The victory was made even sweeter for Bradley - stealing the Khanacross trophy from his father Michael Clements, the 2017 champion and now 2018 runner-up.
"I'm ecstatic, very happy," Bradley said.
"I had a little bit more experience on this track than dad, which helped get me over the line."
Topping the junior category was young gun Liam Lewis. The 17-year-old took out the junior trophy and placed 18th overall.
"The weekend wasn't too bad, had my ups and downs, but overall it was pretty good," Lewis said.
"Beating many of the adults, who have been around for a few years was definitely a highlight."
Hosted by the South Eastern Automobile Club (SEAC), the CAMS Australian Khanacross Championship was a safe, successful and enjoyable weekend for all entrants.
"It has been a fantastic event," Nathan Lowe, Assistant Clerk of Course said.
"We've had competitors come from all over Australia - they've all enjoyed themselves.
"We've had no issues at all, basically everyone who started, has finished."
Published: 11 June, 2018