David McFadden won both Superbike races at the final 2020 Power Series event presented by Wingfield Motors and Kfm 94.5 at Killarney on Saturday 5 December but the StuntSA/Rpm Centre R1 rider was made to work hard each time.

Ronald Slamet, in his best ride yet on the JP Marketing & True Vine ZX-10R, led Race 1 for the first three laps, before McFlash passed him on lap four and gradually pulled away to win by almost five seconds.

Brandon Haupt (Fueled Racing R1) passed Slamet for second on lap five and then overcooked it into Kfm Corner at the start of lap six, dropping him back to fifth. Back on track, he passed Super600 star Jared Schultz (ASAP World R6) on the same lap and just caught SuperMasters leader Malcom Rapson (Racebase GSX-R1000) on the final tour to take a distant third.

Rookie Michael Hunter, out for the first time in the premier division of Western Cape Superbike racing, posted a career best of 1min15.985sec, but just lost out to Jean-Baptiste Racoupeau (RPM Centre ZX-10R) in a dash to the line for 10th overall.

Haupt made no such mistakes in Race 2, leading off the start until McFadden outbraked him into Fastron Corner at the end of the third lap. He then chased McFlash all the way to the line, finishing just 2.039sec in arrears after a superb battle for the lead.