Shane van Gisbergen will be racing for history this weekend at Symmons Plains.
The Team Ampol driver has a shot at being the first to ever win all of the first seven races in the Supercars Championship season.
Only Jamie Whincup (seven) and Craig Lowndes (eight) have been able to notch more than six consecutive Supercars race wins.
Van Gisbergen told Fox Sports on Wednesday that every driver was in the same boat when it came to driving at Symmons for the first time in two years data-wise.
"We just have to do the best prep - that's what we've been doing the last couple of weeks," he said.
"That's what we've been doing - trying to turn up there with the best car we can and try to be as fast as anyone.
"We'll find out Saturday morning if we're good enough."
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The 31-year-old's potentially record-setting weekend is made all-the-more miraculous given his biking accident last month in which he broke his collarbone and a number of ribs.
"I'm okay, my ribs are probably the sorest - collarbone is what it is, I've got most of my movement back in my arm," van Gisbergen said.
"You just need time to get it better - I did a race at Bathurst last week which set me back a bit."
Van Gisbergen leads the table by an impressive 605 points, tailed by team member Jamie Whincup (455), and Mobil's Chaz Mostert (442).