A very stout field has nominated that will be contested over two nights.
As we know, 33 doesn’t go into one, but there are 33 drivers who have nominated and will be pulling out all stops to win the time-honoured event.
Troy Johnson won the final of the meeting here two weeks ago from Jamie Nardini and Matt Brown.
He will take plenty of confidence from that win into this weekend’s championship.
Tom Hooper is the defending champion and will be looking to go back-to-back on the strength of his win last year.
National champion Dylan Willsher has made his way west and will be looking to add the WA1 to his impressive tally of wins.
Nathan Pryor is another high-speed visitor from the east who is looking to upset the locals but won’t have it all his own way.
The drivers already mentioned, along with those such as Steven Ellement, Chris Dymock, Thomas Davies, Brock Nanovich, Shane Andersson and many more will be looking to get their name on the title honour board.
The first championship was held back in 1957-58 and was won by Wally Higgs from George Higgs and Brian Lucy.
Higgs dominated the first three years before Noel Potts won the next three seasons.
Over the years names like Charlie West, John Andersson, Wally Cowie, Bill Richards, Rod Bottrell, Bill Broadwood, Des Ferris, Vince Chapman, Vince Hancock, Bryan Mullings, Marshall McDiarmid, Phil Crofts, Trevor Harding, Matt Brown, Gavin Casey, Ben Devlin, Daniel Harding, David Sinagra, Andrew Priolo and Jye O’Keefe have won the event.
Who will win this weekend?
Be here this weekend to find out as the Formula 500s and the Pool Shop Group Speedcars are part of a massive two nights of racing that features the Grand Final of Enzed World Series Sprintcars.