Mygale has taken its third straight Australian Formula Ford Championship Round of 2012 after Minda Motorsport's Jack LeBrocq completed a dominant display at Victoria's Phillip Island circuit today.
After qualifying on pole position and finishing third in the first race of the weekend on Saturday,
Le Brocq won both the second and third races, and heads to the next round in Townsville with a four point advantage in the points standings.
The Sunday morning heat was held in wet conditions, which saw a succession of race leaders slip off the edge of the circuit.
Le Brocq managed to bounce back from his own moment to cement the win on a greasy and very inconsistent Phillip Island track surface.
The finale however was held under bright skies, with Le Brocq able to clear out from the squabbling pack.
For the Minda Motorsports/CAMS Rising Star driver the Phillip Island round was a return to form after a trying round at Symmons Plains.
"It's really good to get up for the win this weekend in the various weather conditions," Le Brocq said.
"Fortunately in the third race the rear tyres didn't go away like in the first, and I was able to get a gap on the field.
"We had a shocker at Symmons Plains, but we're looking pretty good again.
"To come away from the weekend with the championship lead, I couldn't possibly be happier."
Sonic Motor Racing Services Mygale driver Garry Jacobson ended up with a second, third and fourth for the round to finish third for the round and now sits third in the Championship standings.
LeBrocq's Minda Motorsport/CAMS Rising Stars team mate Macualey Jones had a breakout meeting, qualifying in second before finishing with a fourth, fifth and sixth for the weekend. He has moved up to fifth in the championship.
The Australian Formula Ford Championship heads north to Townsville for the fourth round of the season on July 6-8.