A huge night of action is planned for Hobart Speedway this Saturday night and leading the charge will be the Late Model Tasmanian Title.
In the three seasons the late models have been racing, this contest marks their biggest field to date with 15 entries.
Ash Cleary and Tim Pike have both won features this year and are showing good form and car speed.
Former champion Brad Smith is not driving his own car, however can never be discounted as a contender.
Others to watch include Kurt Millwood, Jason Cox, Josh Beaumont and Brad Cowen.
Two drivers who have stepped up to the thundering V8 late models from the junior ranks are Jesse White and Cody Gay and both will certainly push some of the more established names.
Shaun Kelly returns after a hiatus and has new machinery, and if he gets the setup right he will no doubt chase victory.
Modifieds are a month away from their Australian title and competitors will want as much track time as possible and their solid ten-car field will produce close, exciting racing.
Another good field of Tassie sixes will race a week after their state title and Mark Bryan, Luke Wilson, Todd Russell, Adam Banks and Paul Howard will be ones to watch.
A small but fast field of sprintcars will produce thrilling racing.
Established stars Adrian Redpath, Jason Redpath, Adam Alexander and Scott Bissett will come under fire from Tony Clasener and Mahtia Bissett while Jack Crossin makes his sprintcar debut in the Chris Gallagher car.
In-form AMCA driver Rohan Blair has been the man to beat in recent weeks, particularly after winning the state title at Carrick Speedway.
Daniel Brooks, Ellis Dickenson, Andrew Ryder and Anthony Wagg will all be out to stop Blair's successful streak.
Victorian champion Tim Reidy is eager to race wheel to wheel with the Tasmanian competitors.
Junior New Stars continue to produce extremely exciting close racing, something that must make their parents nervous.
Callum Spencer is eager to take back-to-back victories after success last weekend.
With a field of 23 cars this will prove to be anything but easy.
The speed of the Junior Top Stars in recent meetings has been superb.
Harry Auton had a good run last weekend, however was challenged by Stevie Smith, Sharni Farrell, Lucas Dickenson and Kiara McKercher.
The bombers will wage war after their last meeting with several teams seeking retribution against Harley Croft who managed to unload plenty of opponents in the final.
Racing starts at 6pm.