Michael Keen has been crowned the City of Karratha Sprintcar Stampede champion to find redemption after falling agonisingly short in the 2019 race. The high octane two-night event started on Friday at Nickol Bay Speedway, with a series of heats and a 15-lap race before the main action on Saturday. The 15-lap preliminary feature saw a tussle at the front between Matthew Peaker, Jamie Landrigan, Michael Keen and Daniel Keen. Geraldton’s Peaker was able to take out the victory over second-placed Michael Keen and Daniel Keen in third. The main event took place on Saturday evening with a 25-lap feature race, with Jamie Landrigan starting from pole, Peaker second and Michael Keen in third. Landrigan led the first four laps over Peaker and Keen but his night came undone on lap five when Peaker made contact causing his front end to drop out and spin him infield. Yellow flags were waved with Peaker sent to the rear of the field, handing Keen the lead with 20 laps to go. Keen was able to control the race from lap five, holding on to his lead to the chequered flag. Ryan Lancaster and Daniel Hartigan rounded out the top three. In the Junior Sedans 12-lap feature, Donny Davis came away with the victory over Zakiya Costa and Tyde Lovelll. The Production Sedans feature saw Daniel Oreo cross the line in first place over Warren Flavel and Leigh Beercroft.