Champion Victorian trainer Darren Weir added two more to his season's premiership-winning tally with wins from his only two runners at Geelong on Wednesday.

Dillon Hall claimed the final event with a withering sprint between horses under jockey Damien Lane.

"He was probably going to be a good thing beat if I didn't get out," Lane admitted.

"We got bottled up on the inside and I had to ride for luck. Luckily enough we got the breakthrough and he was strong to the line."

Dillon Hall ($5.50) provided a popular finish to the quaddie and defeated roughy Viscera ($51) and favouriteSmashing Doubt ($3.10).

Earlier, Samer Drive made it back-to-back victories after winning at Mildura at his previous start. 

He produced a sustained run three deep under jockey John Allen.

Samer Drive ($5) took his record to four wins from 20 starts with 11 minor placings when he defeated Grane($4.40) and the fast finishing You Rock ($10).

“He’s always been thereabouts, but only now getting the hang of winning,” Allen said.

“I get a bit more of a kick out of riding in jumps races, but winning on the flat is pretty good. Now I can ride at 58 (kilograms) quite comfortably I will be trying to do some more of it.”

Weir racked up a total of 253 winners for the Victorian season. He also trained the most metropolitan winners with a final total of 87.