A massive entry list guarantees plenty of action for speedway fans this Saturday night at Latrobe.
The first meeting for the karting fraternity gets the action underway on the infield track.
Well in excess of 50 entries in juniors, seniors and 125 karts will provide the ideal precursor to racing on the main track.
There are 27 junior karts and they are some seriously quick young racers.
Drivers to watch include Cooper Wilson, Kaleb Sims, Kaylee Thomson, Kimberley Slater and Mahtia Bissett.
The thunderous sprintcars headline the main track action and another big field promises plenty of wheel-to-wheel, high-speed action.
Jason Redpath and Jock Goodyer provided one of the most amazing spectacles at the finish line last weekend, as the two combatants collided coming to the line.
Goodyer’s car pirouetted and crossed backwards to still earn second.
Jamie Bricknell missed last weekend’s racing and is desperate to add to his tally.
Adam Alexander, Adrian Redpath, Kurt Luttrell and Nick Penno all showed good pace last weekend and could feature prominently in the 14-car field.
Wingless sprints have some serious contenders ...
AMCAs have a solid 13-car field and after last weekend’s war of attrition there will be several drivers out for redemption.
Adrian Bassett is eager to repeat his victory, however his father Rodney Bassett, Daniel Brookes, Chris Breen, Ellis Dickenson and Dennis Davidson are all out to prevent that from occurring.
A solid 11-car field of Formula 500s will see close racing between Dylan Beveridge, Kristian Kelly, Adam Burr and Taylor Johnson to name a few.
The power-to-weight ratio of these cars is second only to the sprintcars.
Cody Gay, Jayden Triffett, Paige Allison, Hannah Coleman and Stephanie Howard will all feature at the front of the Junior Top Star racing.
The close proximity these young drivers race in is heart-in-the-mouth stuff.
A 17-car field of Junior New Stars will see Sharni Farrell looking to repeat last weekend’s victory over arch nemesis Tayla Jetson.
Lachlan Robins, Karlia Riley and Callum Spencer are also fired up to win.
Modified racing is always close quarter combat and Brad Herbert, Trent Quillerat and Brad McKendrick are all expected to battle for the lead, however Jakobe Jetson, Josh Marston or Keith Blair could spoil those plans.
Wingless sprints have some serious contenders for victory with Brad Whitchurch out to repeat his recent win. Luke Redpath, Bradley Walkley and Troy Lewis will also be gunning for victory.
If Josh Padman can solve his recent mechanical gremlins he will also be fast.
Kart racing on the infield track starts at 4pm with main track action from 6pm