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Warwick Hutchinson powers his OMS28 to outright victory; Dick Johnson rides with owner Doug Partington in the 1922 Wikner Ford Special at the Historic Leyburn Sprints (Credit Trapnell Creations)

PHOTO: Warwick Hutchinson powers his OMS28 to outright victory; Dick Johnson rides with owner Doug Partington in the 1922 Wikner Ford Special at the Historic Leyburn Sprints (Credit Trapnell Creations)

LEYBURN (Queensland) - A desperate last effort clinched a fourth outright win for driver Warwick Hutchinson at the Historic Leyburn Sprints yesterday.

After duelling all weekend, Hutchinson trailed rival Brett Bull until he crossed the line on his ninth and last run around the 1.0 kilometre Leyburn street course.

Bull, driving a Van Dieman single-seater, booked his best time of 42.365 seconds on the ninth run and with a margin of 0.189s looked set to win his first Col Furness Memorial Trophy.

But Hutchinson, next in line for the start, flung his Mazda rotary-powered OMS28 around the track in 42.271s to claim his first Sprints victory since 2013.

2021 Historic Leyburn Sprints Royal Hotel Grid

Results by Class and Fastest to Slowest are available to download now from the Results & Docs page in the menu above or click here.