The final meeting of the season gets underway this Saturday at Latrobe Speedway with a last-car-running demolition derby to round out the racing.
A bumper field of 15 fire-breathing sprintcars is set to battle over winter bragging rights.
Kurt Luttrell, in fine form, is eager to repeat last weekend's victory.
But Jock Goodyer, Jamie Bricknell and Nick Penno have plenty of car speed to chase him down on the run to the flag.
The wild one Chris Johns has entered and is always a crowd favourite as he is known to attempt some daring outside passing moves.
With their national title at this track next season, teams will be eager for plenty of racing laps.
Super sedans have a good field and will round out the V8 program.
The experienced David Nicholls will be put to the test by Laura Davidson, Corey Smith, Jason McPherson and Nathan Howells.
Tassie sixes have another solid entry list and will see former junior star Claire Coleman return to racing.
She will find some tough competition from the regular drivers such as Mark Bryant, Peter Johnston, Brad Cowen, Paul Howard and Dwaine Sonners.
Formula 500s will see Matt Redpath driving the car normally raced by Adam Burr.
Burr has already won a final early in the season however has yet to repeat the feat, and believes that the highly experienced Redpath may unlock some of the car's potential.
Taylor Johnston and Dylan Beveridge have also been to victory lane this season and will be hard to beat.
The street stocks have a massive 26-car field and working out the contenders is harder than algebra.
Steve Harvey won last weekend but will face his arch nemesis Troy Russell in a wheel-to-wheel run to the chequered flag.
Add Big John Riley, Corey Bauld, Nathan Russell, Dale Riley Jr and Ben Riley into the equation and it will be intense.
The Junior Top Stars will lose and gain some competitors for next season.
Some drivers will be too old and move on while some of the New Stars will have completed their second season and move up into this category.
Cody Gay, Lucas Dickenson and Jayden Triffett have been fast in the latter part of the season yet will face plenty of challenges from Hannah Coleman, Stephanie Howard and Mackenzie Williams.
The New Stars will see Stevie Smith attempt to add to her winner's list tally although the likes of Harry Auton, Nate Garwood and Sharni Farrell will be eager to pass her.
Karts will start the program at 3.30pm with main track action from 4pm.