Saturday night Carrick Speedway has a massive line-up of events.
The speedcars contest their state title, with a $1000 first prize so it should provide quite a spectacle, though sadly the cost to get competitors over Bass Strait has proven somewhat prohibitive for mainland drivers.
The eight local nominations include Luke Redpath, the only Tasmanian to win the title, who faces stiff opposition from Brock Webster, Mitchell Freeman and Bek Henri.
The time-honoured Ken McKinnell Memorial for Formula 500s is always fiercely contested, and the 13-car entry list reflects the status of the event.
Adam Garwood won last weekend and is out to repeat his victory.
Dylan Beveridge is freshly returned from racing at Speedweeks on the mainland and is always in contention. Taylor Johnson, Nick Kingston, Ricki Hall and Kristian Kelly are also set to challenge for the win.
A large field of 15 Tassie sixes will contest the King of Carrick.
Many view Carrick as the home of modifieds ...
Claire Johnston is hoping to repeat her King of Carrick feature win and certainly has plenty of pace, but other competitors eager to take the crown include her father Peter, Mark Bryant and last week's winner Luke Wilson
The modifieds are gaining momentum in terms of car numbers and their racing has been sensational.
Many view Carrick as the home of modifieds and with two months until the Australian title at this track, local competitors want maximum seat time.
Brad Herbert and Jakobe Jetson were the established stars last season, however they will come under pressure from John Moles, Luke Gunn, Sam Gunn and Marco Taurian.
It is fantastic to have 38 junior competitors entered in the two categories with 18 Top Star and 20 New Star drivers ready to show the crowd why they are the future stars of our sport.
Harry Auton is the only male driver to win in Top Stars and the trio of female winners Kiara McKercher, Stevie Smith and Sharni Farrell are determined to stop that from occurring again.
New Stars drivers to watch include Taylah Jetson, Nate Garwood and Callum Spencer.
This is the last meeting for sprintcars before they contest the Australian Championship on Jan 31 and Feb 1 at Latrobe raceway, and all teams are keen to leave no stone unturned in the quest for extra car speed.
Nick Penno won the state title last weekend and wants to keep the momentum going.
Jamie Bricknell, Chris 'Wild Thing' Johns, Chris Gallagher and Adrian Redpath are definitely up for the challenge.
Gates open at 2pm with a free half-hour pitwalk from 3.30 and racing from 5pm