The local drivers will be pushing hard for victory against the highly-rated visitors who have made their way to town.
To give you an idea of what to expect from there visitors, here’s a quick rundown of how WSS has gone so far…
The series kicked off in Sydney on December 12 and it was Jamie Veal who opened up his account with a win over Steven Lines, Brooke Tatnell, Robbie Farr and James Thompson.
From there the tour made its way to South Australia and Murray Bridge on December 27.
Former national champion James McFadden struck a telling blow from Luke Dillon, Lines, Veal and local ace Brad Keller.
Tatnell tamed the field at the Borderline track the next night, taking victory from Veal, McFadden, two-time national champion David Murcott and Dillon.
On December 30 at Avalon it was McFadden who took his second win, this time from Californian Kyle Hirst, Veal, Tatnell and popular Victorian driver Johnny Vogels.
Warrambool was where it was at for the first two days of the year.
On New Year’s Day Tatnell triumphed over Veal, Lines, Dillon and Murcott and the following night it was Murcott from Veal, Tatnell and Victorian duo Jake Lee and Kye O’Keefe.
The travelling circus then made its way up to Brisbane for the 50-lap event that always attracts a strong international crowd including American Donny Schatz who has had a mortgage on the event in recent years.
On this time however it was Kerry Madsen who took the win from Tatnell, Schatz, Lines and Murcott.
The series took a break for The Classic and Australian Sprintcar Championship – both staged in Warrnambool before the teams regrouped at Murray Bridge in South Australia last Friday night.
Lines took his first win of the series this year from Dillion, McFadden, Veal and American Randy Hannagan.
Be here at the Motorplex on Saturday night to see how the next chapter unfolds – and to see if one of the local drivers can upstage the visitors.