A huge meeting with two state titles up for grabs at Carrick speedway will also have a solid support programme.
The street stock title is always one of the most hotly-contested events on the state speedway calendar, and a massive 38 entries will see this season’s inform driver Dale Riley Jr attempt to win his first title.
Four-time champion Troy Russell will no doubt be the man to beat alongside other title winners including John Riley, Corey Bauld, Matt Templar and Luke Williams.
Steve Harvey certainly has the car speed at his local track and should never be overlooked as an outright contender.
The driver known as the accountant, Ben Riley, is another who is eager to write his name in the books.
Other drivers who will be serious competition include Corey Jetson, Brendan Green and Nathan Russell.
With only the top 20 cars progressing through to the final, drivers will need to score well in the heats but not tear up their cars while doing so.
Add in the fact that officials often send the racers in the reverse direction to ensure that all car suspension setups are legal, and the intensity really starts to ramp up.
The speedcars also have their state title and defending champion Luke Redpath hasn’t raced his speedcar after engine failure at his first and only appearance so far this season.
He is certainly up to the task, however a large question mark hangs over his car.
Travis Mills from Echucha in Victoria has vowed that he isn’t coming to Tasmania to go sightseeing and a Tasmanian championship would make the trip well worthwhile.
The local drivers to watch are Mitchel Freeman, his brother Alistair and Bek Henri.
Although Henri lacks horsepower she makes up for it with good corner speed and consistency.
AMCAs have a huge 19-car field and Andrew Ryder is eager to resume his showdown with Ellis Dickenson.
Dickenson has been in a race against time to repair his car after extensive damage due to a mechanical failure last weekend.
Jake Briggs, Rohan Blair and the father/son combination of Rodney and Adrian Bassett will also be fighting for the win, but Denis Davidson, Mick Boyd, Tim Tubb and Dave Birch all have the pace to spoil their party.
A 17-car field in the Tassie sixes will no doubt provide plenty of thrills for the crowd.
At their last outing officials declared the race after only a handful of laps into the final, such was the intensity.
A battle for the lead will see Peter Johnston, Mark Bryant, Paul Howard, Dwaine Sonners and Todd Russell try to fend off Jarrod Franckombe, Brad Cowen and Mick Davey.
The last hit out for super sedans before the mainland invasion next week for the Grand Prix sees a solid 13-car field give their cars a final shakedown.
Adam Beechey, Steve Latham, Leon Cleary and David Nicholls are among the favourites.
Gates open at 2pm with a pitwalk at 3.30pm and racing action starting at 5pm.