Jamie Whincup completed his domination of V8 Supercars' Abu Dhabi Grand Prix support triple-header by winning race three on Sunday morning.
The reigning champion's path toward a fourth series title looks even more secure after the Yas Marina weekend, where Whincup's three wins in as many races took his victory tally for the season to 11.
The Triple 8 Holden driver had a minor brush with Ford Performance Racing's Will Davison at the start, but held the lead as Tim Slade swept through from fourth on the grid to take second.
The action was then paused after a big midfield crash left Karl Reindler's Kelly Racing Holden on fire. Jonathon Webb had tipped Jason Bright into a spin, with Bright then collected by Reindler and Dean Fiore. All escaped unhurt. The blaze was extinguished and the wreckage cleared during three laps behind the safety car.
Whincup stormed away after the restart, with Davison not able to pass Slade for second until just two of the 12 laps remained. Slade held on ahead of fellow Stone Brothers Ford man Shane van Gisbergen to complete the podium.
James Moffat spent most of the race defending fifth from a train of pursuers. Only Mark Winterbottom was able to get past the Dick Johnson Ford, leaving Moffat to fend off most of the rest of the field to complete the top six.
Mired in this train was Whincup's teammate Craig Lowndes, who never recovered from his poor qualifying result and had to settle for 11th.