Of the 50 drivers that entered Sunday's enduro race at Estevan Motor Speedway, only one was able to complete more than 100 laps.
Scott Curtis took first place with 105 laps, edging Jared Story by nine.
An enduro is a lengthy stock car race with contact encouraged, with results tabulated in order of most laps completed during the race. Sunday's event, the last of 2011 for the track, lasted about an hour and a half.
Jim Harris, who helped organize the event, said the 50 entries represented the highest total since EMS began hosting the enduro.
"That’s excellent," he said.
Drivers battled through muddy conditions on Sunday, although that was by design.
"We keep it wet so the guys don’t get too much speed," he said.
A major crash in the first 15 minutes of the race brought out a caution. Later on, a rollover occurred involving two drivers, but both walked away without a scratch, Harris said.
"We get a bunch of different guys in for this. The normal guys are just out there to have a blast. It’s hilarious watching them because they’re out there for 100 per cent fun," he added.
Bob Wilhelm was the first driver out of the race, while Nathan Duncan's car was deemed the best-looking.
About 440 people attended the enduro race. Harris said the event couldn't function without the fans and volunteers, particularly on such a hot day.