After the cancellation of last weekend's meeting due to inclement weather, race fans will certainly be revved up for action this Saturday night at Carrick Speedway.
With three huge memorial feature races, sprintcars and the Queen of Carrick for street stocks, it will be a massive night of racing.
Ten sprintcars will certainly keep the crowd on their feet.
Mark House won the opening meeting and will be looking for a repeat.
Nick Penno also ran well at the opening meeting after coming out of the sport's shortest ever retirement.
Adrian Redpath, Shaun Dobson and Kurt Luttrell will also be chasing the win in the final.
All have a reputation for leaving nothing on the table and driving on maximum attack throughout the night.
The annual Queen of Carrick has attracted 19 entries and is being run earlier in the season to avoid clashes with the Australian and Tasmanian Titles held at the end of the season.
Former winners Brook Fergusson and Mel Collins will come under plenty of pressure from regular racers Terri Farrell and Rebecca Hammond.
Others to watch include Alysia Riley and radio personality Marie Burt.
Tassie Six competitor numbers continue to grow and 14 drivers will compete in the inaugural Ricky Briggs Memorial.
Paul Howard, Peter Johnston, Mark Bryant and Dwaine Sonners are all front runners, however Tiffany Frankcombe and Claire Johnston have more than enough pace to upset the status quo and win.
Speedcars have eight nominated entries and the event should produce some entertaining racing from Mitchell Freeman, Luke Redpath and Brock Webster.
Webster makes a welcome return from a season off and now has a new motor which should give him plenty of speed.
The speedcar fraternity has been working hard displaying their vehicles at various car shows in an effort to introduce new competitors to the class.
Another huge field of 19,V8 AMCAs has entered the Mark Triffett Memorial and the fierce on-track rivalry between Andrew Ryder and Daniel Brooks is set to escalate.
Jake Briggs, Chris Breen, Rodney Bassett, Ellis Dickenson, Rohan Blair and Adrian Bassett will also factor in the results.
The modifieds will be entertaining as they all jostle to win the time-honoured Des Redburn Memorial.
Jakobe Jetson, Brad Herbert, Trent Quillerat and Josh Stephens will be chasing victory.
Josh Marston has the speed to battle for the win however has succumbed to mechanical problems; when he solves them there is no doubt he will be in the mix.
Formula 500s will have their first meeting for the season.
Mathew Redpath, Dylan Beveridge, Taylor Johnson and Nick Kingston are all eager to start their season with a win.
Gates open at 2pm and racing starts at 5pm with a pit walk from 3.30pm.