A massive entry list of 120 competitors is guaranteed to provide plenty of action for racegoers with 36 huge events this Saturday night at Carrick Speedway.
The Ricky Briggs memorial for Tassie sixes has created plenty of interest with 18 entries.
To add to the drama, Ricky Briggs' son Jake Briggs who normally drives in the AMCA category has entered and it would be an absolutely incredible fairy tale come true if he could win his father's memorial race.
Junior driver Georgie Goss has also stepped up in to the Tassie six and her driving talent will cause a few competitors to sit up and take notice.
Mark Bryant, Paul Howard and Peter Johnston have all been consistently fast so far this season.
The Queen of Carrick has attracted 22 nominations which is an increase of five on the last entry list just three weeks ago.
Sadly, that event was cancelled due to rain, however the massive entry list will create plenty of excitement and drivers are keen to make up for lost time and opportunities.
There is a mix of solid experienced drivers and newbies who are all eager to do well on Saturday.
Terri Farrell, Mel Collins, Claire Coleman and Claire Johnston should all be in contention for victory.
Interestingly Johnston will have a busy night racing in her Tassie six and, as the reigning King of Carrick, could well end up with two crowns.
Wild card entries include Wendy Dickenson, radio personality Marie Burt from Chilli and bomber star Kershal Birchall.
Wingless sprints are racing for the Make a Wish charity dash and a proportion of their prize money will go directly to the charity.
The ongoing battle for supremacy in these tricky machines will be on between Jeremy Smith, Brad Whitchurch and Hayden McBain.
Luke Redpath will also be a factor as he does double duty racing the wingless and the speedcar.
The mighty V8 super sedans will provide plenty of excitement with 14 entries.
Callum Harper is hoping to put not only the controversy of his new car behind him but also his competitors.
Adam Beechey, Leon Cleary, Steve Latham and multiple champion David Nicholls will be endeavouring to prevent that from happening.
Formula 500s should see the Pocket Rocket competition heat up between Mathew Redpath, Dylan Beveridge, Taylor Johnston, Nick Kingston and state champion Adam Garwood.
Thirty-seven junior entries will once again see them split into New Stars and Top Stars.
Taylah Jetson won in the New Stars at the last meeting here while in the Top Stars Kiara McKercher is looking to gain a hat trick of victories.
She will face stiff opposition from Stevie Smith, Sharni Farrell, Lucas Dickenson and Lachlan Robins.
Mitchell Freeman, Brock Webster and Bek Henri are expected to be challenging for victory in the speedcars
Gates open at 2pm with a free pit walk from 3.30 and racing from 5pm.