Australia's richest sedan race the Super Sedan Grand Prix will be held this Friday and Saturday nights at Latrobe speedway.
A capacity field of more than 30 of Australia's best super sedan Supremos have entered with one thing on their mind ... prize money.
Queensland's Matt Pascoe is the current Australian champion and is eager to beat arch rival and defending Grand Prix winner Tasmania's own Callum Harper.
Harper's team has a new car, which has caused much speculation, and despite limited races in the new chassis, the formidable team will quickly dial in the setup.
Former Tasmanian Darren Kane has won every major super sedan event with one notable exception, the grand prix and would dearly love to add this race to his impressive resume.
Queenslander Sean Black has an army of fans in Tasmania who love his controlled aggressive driving style and will definitely be a factor while Trent Wilson, Leigh Williams and Matt Williams round out the sunshine state contingent.
New South Wales visitors include the hard charging Darren Anning, Dion Bennett and Tyson Moon.
From Victoria Mick Nicola and Jamie Collins will both be formidable in their quest for victory.
South Australian Kym Jury makes a welcome return as does Michael Miller driving the Ryan Alexander-owned car.
West Australian competitors, concerned when the road to Melbourne was closed during the bushfires, all have made it through and are going to show they didn't travel this far just to make up the numbers.
Kemble Aylett, Leigh Aylett, Phil Barton and Dustin Higgs round out the entrants from the West.
The quality of Tasmanian entries is equal to the best anywhere in the country and stand-out performers to watch include past winner and current state champion David Nichols.
Steve Latham, Adam Beechey, Corey Smith, Jason McPherson and Laura Davidson are also more than able to hold their own and will factor in the final.
Friday night includes a full support program comprising nearly 40 street stocks, modifieds, AMCAs and speedcars racing for their next round of the Tri Track Series with a $1000 first place prize.
Saturday nights action also includes the speedway karts contesting their own Grand Prix for 125s junior and senior competitors.
A full support programme on the main track includes Formula 500s, wingless sprints, Junior New Stars and Junior Top Stars.
Then in another massive entry list of street stocks, competitors are keen to get as much track time as possible ahead of their Australian title to be held at Latrobe in April.
On-track action starts at 3.45pm with gates open at 3pm.