In the final meeting for Carrick Speedway this Saturday night, sprintcars make a welcome return with the 11-car field producing plenty of excitement.
Experienced racers Nick Penno, Jamie Bricknell and Adam Alexander will be joined by a lightning-fast bunch of rookies including the talented Luke Redpath, Adam Garwood, Ethan Wylie and Brodie Appleby.
It will be the third attempt to run the Remembrance Night for modifieds after the first two were washed out in what has already been a COVID-shortened season.
One massive event combining Memorial Races will honour Ken Tatnell, Dereck Dunn, Des Redburn and others who have made a significant contribution to this class at Carrick.
The speedcars will contest their state title as well as the final round of their series with a huge battle brewing between Brock Webster and Fred Freeman.
Former champion Luke Redpath has also entered and is doing double duty with the sprintcar and speedcar.
The AMCAs have been turning on plenty of good, close action and this meeting will be no exception. Ellis Dickenson, Rohan Blair, Jake Briggs, Andrew Ryder and Adrian Bassett all possess the car speed to take the win.
The Formula 500s will see fast racing between Nick Kingston, Dylan Beveridge, Taylor Johnston and Luke Sapwell with current Tasmanian champion Adam Burr out injured.
The hugely popular super sedans will contest the penultimate round of their series.
Points leader Steve Latham holds a narrow margin from Adam Beechy, but will also be challenged by David Nichols, Laura Davidson and Nathan Howells.
The Queen of Carrick for Street Stocks includes the ultra-fast Victorian Felicity Roycroft and Tassie six competitors Tiffany Frankcombe, Stephanie Howard and Clare Johnston.
The Chilli FM duo Jackie Harvey and Marie Burt could see their war of words become a war of wheels, while others expected to do well in the 30-car field include Bec Hammond, Georgi Goss, Shanae Williams, Tayla Vimpany and Terri Farrell.
Gates open at 2pm and racing starts at 5pm sharp.