The new speedway season thunders into action on Saturday night at Carrick.
With well in excess of a hundred entries in seven different categories of racing, the non-stop action will keep the crowd well and truly entertained.
The incredibly popular street stocks have 30 entries and their close-quarter door-to-door action is always exciting.
With racing conducted in both directions throughout the night it just adds extra excitement.
Reigning state champion Steven Harvey will be eager to start the season with an early victory.
Nathan Russell, Corey Bauld and Matt Hammond all have the pace to upset his plans.
With a huge season ahead for the streeties, they will all be on maximum attack from the time the flag drops.
The V8 AMCAs were a last minute call-up and they have a big entry list.
Rohan Blair will be chased aggressively by Jake Briggs, Adrian Bassett and the remainder of the field.
The wingless sprint category have been working hard in the off-season to grow their competitor base.
The wingless sprint category have been working hard in the off-season to grow their competitor base
The class has four rookies this year. Daniel Percy has been crewing on Jack Crossin's team and, while not having driving experience, he is extremely well versed in car set-up.
Speedway kart competitors Chad Gardner, Cooper Wilson and Tasmanian and national champion Kaleb Sims all make their wingless debut at this meeting.
The junior sedans will be split into top stars for drivers with at least two seasons' experience and the new stars for those just beginning their racing careers.
Emilie Williams will be the driver to chase among the new stars.
Meanwhile, in the top stars, Lochie Robins, Nate Garwood, Sharni Farrell and Tyron Triffet will certainly be worth watching as they vie for victory.
Tassie sixes have undergone significant growth in recent years and the 16-car field will provide full-on action.
John Moles, Stephanie Howard and Josh Pisconeri are expected to be chasing the win.
The super-fast Formula 500s should see a great battle for the win between Tasmanian champion Adam Burr, and his principal adversaries Dylan Beveridge and Ricki Hall.
The 500s will see Brad Hobden, Bailey Mason and Maggi McKendrick join the ranks straight from the world of speedway karts.
The gates open at 2pm with all the excitement and action from 5pm.
New COVID requirements, including the wearing of face masks, are in place and patrons are advised to check the website.