Brad Maiolo is in the box seat to win the 2015-16 AHG Sprintcar Series championship that wraps up at the Perth Motorplex this Saturday night.
Maiolo leads the series on 2262 points, 70 better than big brother Jamie on 2912 and 122 ahead of Jason Kendrick on 2140.
The points for the series are only allocated on where drivers finish in the feature races at the end of each show, paying 150 for a win, 146 for second , 144 for third and two-point buffers further down the line.
Technically Brad could still surrender his championship lead but that would only happen if he failed to start the feature race and would only get 50 points.
That would then open the door for Jamie to claim another AHG series win but the LJM Racing crew would be pulling out all stops to prevent that from happening. Even if Brad took to the grid for the final and was out of the contest on the first lap he would still have enough points to win.
Similarly Jamie has second placed wrapped up unless he also fails to get a start in the main event and if that was the case then Jason Kendrick could move up a spot, but again, only if he was at the front of pack.
Lee Nash is currently fourth, and along with Shaun Bradford, Ryan Farrell, Daryl Clayden, Mitchell Wormall, David Priolo and Ben Ellement, will all be looking to improve on their rankings and points in the top 10.
Washpod Westernapolis nominations: David Priolo, Andrew Priolo, Jason Kendrick, Jason Pryde, Jake Beard-Miler, Jacob Lucas, Ben Ellement, Daryl Clayden, Lee Nash, Shaun Bradford, Bradley Maiolo, Scott Chatwin, Troy Lawson, Carl Dowling, Kye Scroop, Ryan Farrell, Mitchell Wormall and Jamie Maiolo.
AHG points: Brad Maiolo 2262, Jamie Maiolo 2192, Jason Kendrick 2140, Lee Nash 2050, Shaun Bradford 2040, Ryan Farrell 1980, Daryl Clayden 1964, Mitchell Wormall 1950, David Priolo 1800, Ben Ellement 1758, Callum Williamson 1740, Scott Chatwin 1726, Ryan Lancaster 1546, Andrew Priolo 1422, Jake Beard-Miller 1410, James Inglis 1340, Troy Lawson 1336, Kye Scroop 1332, Ken Sartori 1126, Jason Pryde 1068, Luke Dillon 968, Taylor Milling 910, Robert Watson junior 860, Corey Hunter 778, Aldo De Paoli 682, Darren Mewett 678, Jacob Lucas 662, Carl Dowling 592, Steven Lines 582, Kyle Hirst 574, Jamie Veal 572, Brooke Tatnell 562, Dave Murcott 542, Daniel Harding 508, Brodie Minchin 484, James McFadden 472, Sean Zemunik 420, Ian Madsen 386, Ryan Jones 364, Daniel Keen 272, Ben Butcher 260, Kerry Madsen 248, Lynton Jeffrey 232, Jamie Buszan 222, Terry Cutts, Trent Pigdon 150 each, Jason Boland 124, Michael Keen 122, Paul Peet 120 and Scott Reilly 50.