That pretty much sums up what to expect when you arrive at the Perth Motorplex for the Scardifields Smash Repairs King of Wings this Saturday night.
The feature event is the 40-lap final for the open sprintcars but there will plenty of action from the TW Mechanical 360 Sprintcars, as well as the Limited Sprintcar brigade.
There’s plenty of talent in the 360 sprintcar field with Terry Cutts being one of the most experienced racers in the pits this weekend, having racing sprintcars for many years.
David Hall is one of the standout performers in this division and will pay to keep an eye on.
Jake Beard-Miller is coming off the back of a sensational 2014-15 season in 360 sprintcars and goes into the event as a favourite.
It will be a busy time in the pits as he will be running double duty, also driving in the Wormall Civil Sprintcar track championship.
The same goes for Robert Watson who will have a pair of #66 machines at his disposal.
Most people know Kaiden Manders as a speedcar racer and the winner of last season’s Magic Man 34 but this week he switches to sprintcars and will be in the #60 machine.
AJ Nash, son of well-known racer Allan Nash, continues his development in the #51 machine and is showing plenty of progress as he mixes sprintcar racing with his karting commitments.
Todd Davis is another racer who has been around sprintcar racing for some time, both in Limited and 360 action and will again be racing in both divisions.
Chanelle Condren buckles up in the #14 entry and it will be a busy night for that team as her partner Jason Pryde will be running his #14 car in the open sprintcar field.
When we add in other drivers such as Brayden Miller, Daniel Salter, Rod Snellin, Owen Ahchee and Jacob Lucas it will be on for young and old.
But it’s not just sprintcars that will be on track – we also have another round of the Alltools Formula Formulas.
With so much motortainment at the one place the Perth Motorplex is THE place to be this Saturday night.