Of course, there are plenty of other contenders in the field including veteran Wayne Randall, who has numerous championship wins to his name and has probably won more feature races than the rest of the field combined.
Wayne Brims is always super-fast here at Archerfield, while the likes of Jason Campbell and Ian Brims are also consistent front runners.
Toowoomba’s Sean Black, who scored the biggest win of his career in Sydney earlier this season, will also be in the thick of the action, while Tasmanian hard charger Steve Latham is always exciting.
Gavin Northfield, Justin Smithwick and Bob McCosker are journeying from central Queensland for the event, while joining Onley and the Brims boys in representing New South Wales will be Darren Anning and Barry Towers.
Mark O’Brien, a former SSA champion, is also a starter, along with Gary Pagel, David O’Keeffe, Nicholas O’Keeffe, Dempsie Pails, Jack Childs, Craig Craft, Sam Roza, Rodney Craft, David Musch and Tony Brinkman.
Meanwhile, the Midgets have also secured a strong field for the latest round of the Polar Ice Track Championship, with defending champ Michael Kendall looking for a change of fortunes to reinvigorate his title defence.
Having campaigned a variety a cars in the early part of the season with limited success, Kendall is now back behind the wheel of his familiar #89, a car that proved super-quick in setting fast time during the World Championship event here last month before engine troubles forced him out of the feature race.
The five-time New Zealand champ will need to be at his best to see off the likes of Anthony Chaffey, Brendan Palmer, Brock Dean, Ken Stanaway, Grant Draney, Darren Vine, Queensland champ Michael Harders and young gun Rusty Whittaker, who has already collected two feature race here so far this season and might just prove to be Kendall’s biggest threat.
The Midgets have produced some spectacular racing so far this season and with a 19-car field taking to the track this weekend, there is no reason to think we won’t see another sensational showdown.
Also on the program are Junior Sedans, Stockcars and Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans, with early racing from 4.45. Super Sedans and Midgets will hit the track from 6.00pm and racing will be finished by 10.30pm.