The Rushworth Speedway will host two visiting race classes this Saturday night.
Late model sedans and compact speedcars will take to the track for what has been anticipated to be a night filled with adrenaline packed racing.
Cameron Pearson will lead the way in the late model sedan class after a recent win at Alexandra Speedway.
However, visiting drivers Brett Watson and Steve Vaughan are sure to put up a fight.
The Australian title winning compact speedcar will be on the track driven by Jamie Paull, the brother of champion racer Justin Paull.
There will also be strong competition in the open sedan category with Hyundai driver Michael Wicks and fellow racers Geoff Meyers, Darren Hodge, Scotty Smith and Shane Roycroft.
Chloe and Kelly Lamb will lead the way in the ladies racing, but fellow racers Cassie Wicks and Belinda Chalcraft will be close behind.
The production sedan category will be the class to watch on Saturday night, filled with the likes of Mark Cecil, Ian Wilson, Geoff Lee and Tony Britton.
All eyes will be on champion Lachie Fitzpatrick in the junior sedans, after being recognised as the benchmark for the past three seasons it will be a challenge for the other racers to claim the first place trophy from him.
Racing commences at 4pm at the Rushworth Speedway.
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