This Saturday night, Hobart Speedway hosts two state titles featuring the hard-hitting bombers and the nimble formula 500s.
Adding to the spectacle will be a full support programme starting with speedway karts from 3.30pm and sprintcars, AMCAs and modifieds on the main track from 6pm.
The formula 500s promise a huge battle between the 12-car field with half of those very serious contenders.
Nick Kingston, Taylor Johnson and Dylan Beveridge put on a close, tight race last time at this track, finishing in that order, but Beveridge has been in a race against time to rebuild his car after a spectacular rollover at Carrick a fortnight ago.
Adam Burr already a feature winner this season, cannot be discounted nor can Porsche Carrera Cup road racing specialist Adam Garwood who has adjusted to the dirt track very quickly.
Reigning champion Jock Goodyer has not done much racing in the 500 this season, but certainly has very impressive pace.
The bombers will no doubt tear up plenty of equipment during their final.
The state title's reduced contact in the heats only seems to unleash all sorts of mechanical mayhem in the 20-lap final.
Heath Bennett is the only competitor in the 12-car field to have won a title previously, but there are plenty of quick competitors in a field where the strategy to ensure that you are not taken out by another competitor will be a factor.
John Moles, Corey Jetson, Harley Croft and Aiden Dillon will be targeted by regular bomber drivers such as Kaylam Eiszele, Mathew Treweek and Bradley Wise.
Reigning street stock champion Nathan Russell will definitely be a target as he aims to win his second championship this season.
Chris Johns is hoping for back-to-back wins in the sprintcars fresh from victory last weekend.
The bombers will no doubt tear up plenty of equipment ...
Nick Penno, Jason Redpath and Kurt Luttrell are all fast here and Jock Goodyer is doing double duty racing the 500 as well as the sprintcar.
AMCAs make a welcome return after a brief hiatus and we'll see a great contest between Ellis Dickenson, Andrew Ryder, Rohan Blair and Jake Briggs.
Rodney Bassett returns from a successful mainland trip and will have plenty of additional car speed.
The modified sedans have a small, fast, quality field with Brad Herbert, Jakobe Jetson, Josh Stephens, Trent Quillerat and Brad McKendrick all chasing victory.
Nathan Russell, Todd Bennett and John Moles will all be busy racing in this class as well as the bombers.
The karts start the racing with three classes with Kaleb Sims, Lachlan Hopkins, Zara Cole and Chase Redpath expected to do well in the Juniors. Seniors and 125s are also racing.