Drivers, board members, volunteers and supporters of Estevan Motor Speedway gathered on Saturday to celebrate its best from the 2012 racing season.
The track held its annual awards banquet at the Days Inn Plaza.
Following a meal and the introduction of drivers and executive members, the track honoured its season champions, along with top rookies and the most sportsmanlike driver of the year.
The track champions were Tyson Turnbull of Estevan (modified), Rocky Alexander of Estevan (stock car) and Gary Goudy Sr. of Stoughton (hobby stock).
Runners-up in each class were also recognized, those being Aaron Turnbull of Estevan (mods), Mike Hagen of Williston (mods), Kelly Henderson of Minot (stock car) and Blaine Durward of Trenton, N.D. (hobby stock).
The rookies of the year were Matt Kutz (modifieds), James Frayn (stock car) and Leevi Runge (hobby stock).
Geoff Mann was honoured with the Clint Prette Memorial Award, which is given to the most sportsmanlike driver.
The dinner was emceed by Trevor Gowen and included a live auction for the use of the track's three VIP suites for the 2013 season.
Saskatchewan comedian Dez Reed provided the entertainment.
The Speedway's annual general meeting is set for Nov. 19 at the Taylorton Room at the Days Inn.