The pint-sized throttle stomper burst on the local season in the 2009 season when he won the 34-lap feature race from New South Welshman Nathan Smee and local driver Scott Glazebrook.
That was the first of four successive victories for the professional racer who impressed the crowds with his driving prowess.
The Magic Man 34 honours former Speedcar and Sprintcar champion Michael Figliomeni who felt ill at the opening meeting of the October 2006 season.
He won the first two Speedcar events before complaining of not feeling too good and then collapsing, passing away soon afterwards.
The first race in his honour was held in 2007 and was won by Sydney’s Mark Brown before local driver Dene McAllan took victory in 2008.
Davey Ray’s dominance ended in 2013 when another American Alex Bright won and last year it was 16-year-old local driver Kaiden Manders who upstaged the star-studded field to enjoy the emotional victory.
A stellar field of five Americans and 12 interstate drivers has nominated for Saturday night’s must-see show.
Apart from The Pool Shop Speedcars there will also be the Wormall Civil Sprintcars, Quest Apartments Rockingham Late Models and round one of the Carbusters WA Demolition Derby Championship.
Don’t miss a minute of the action – book your tickets online and we will see you trackside this Saturday!