The chilling vantage point a fly-in-fly-out sniper may have used to take out a bikie kingpin has emerged - as the Perth racetrack where he was gunned down welcomed back crowds for the first time since the shooting.
Former Rebels bikie boss Nick Martin, 51, was shot in the back at the Outlaw Nitro Challenge drag racing event at the Perth Motorplex, Kwinana Beach at 8.30pm on Saturday, December 12.
He died at the scene in front of horrified families and children including his own wife and step-daughter.
Martin told his wife Amanda: 'babe, I've been shot' as she tried to give him CPR while he died in her arms.
The spot on the racecourse where the sniper may have laid in wait for Martin is only metres away from the one police are investigating as the gunman's possible position.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Crowds meanwhile returned to the popular Perth Motorplex on Saturday for the first time since the public shooting that shocked the nation.
Revealed: The possible position where the sniper who executed Rebels bikie boss Nick Martin may have been shooting from. The spot is located not far from where police are investigating
Nick Martin (pictured) was shot in the back at the Perth Motorplex on December 12 in front of horrified families who were trying to watch the nitro cars high-octane drag racing
The chaos at the racetrack on December 12 in Perth after Martin was executed is pictured
More than 150 teams participated in the 2021 Nitro Slam including Nitro Funny Cars and Burning Dragsters, bringing high-octane excitement back to Kwinana Beach.
Security was tight with entrants randomly scanned with metal detectors.
Police and security guards patrolled the crowds but no violence was reported.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
WA Police have not revealed any new leads since the public execution despite several arrests and raids immediately following the shooting.
Police have posted a $1 million reward for information but have not yet said if they have identified any suspects in the gangland killing.
A photograph taken on the opposite side of the racing lanes from where Martin was sitting with his family, on the edge of a grandstand, shows a clear line of sight to the target.
One of the possible shooter locations previously identified at the Perth Motorplex. A long shot would indicate a sniper, experts say
Another man, convicted drug dealer Ricky Chapman, was injured in the shooting at the Kwinana raceway, south of Perth.
Police said the same bullet that killed Martin had passed through to hurt Chapman - and a bullet fragment was recovered from his arm.
Queensland University of Technology associate professor of criminology Mark Lauchs, an expert on outlaw motorcycle gangs said if the shot was taken from a distance then it was likely by a professional sniper as bikies don't typically have great marksmanship skills.
Martin (pictured) died in the arms of his wife Amanda as she tried to