A man convicted of the manslaughter of four people killed in a crash while racing has been sentenced to a year's home detention.
Dylan Cossey, 21, was also found guilty at a trial in February of racing and failing to stop to ascertain injuries.
The driver of the car Cossey was racing on State Highway 3 near Hamilton in 2016 lost control and ploughed into a van.
Four people died in the crash - driver 28-year-old Lance Robinson, Hannah Strickett-Craze, 24, Paul de Silva, 20 and 19-year-old Jason Ross.
Justice Hinton also ordered 400 hours of community service and disqualified Cossey from driving for seven years.
The Crown had suggested a starting point of eight to nine years, before consideration of mitigating circumstances, including Cossey's age.
The Crown said there is equal culpability between Cossey and Robinson, who died in the crash.
Cossey's passenger Stephen Jones, who is also 20-years-old, was convicted of failing to stop and one charge of trying to pervert the course of justice.
Jones will be sentenced next month.