An impressive 32-car field is locked into the first round of the western swing of the national series that features the best of the best.
Nine-time series champion Brooke Tatnell (who is from Sydney but lives in America these days) is on his way and is hell-bent on winning a 10th crown but he has some stiff opposition.
Tatnell is on equal points with Victorian Jamie Veal as WSS gets ready for the last five nights of competition – all to be held here in Western Australia.
South Australian Steven Lines, fresh from his win at Murray Bridge in South Australia on Friday night, is third overall in points and is chasing another championship.
Californian Kyle Hirst hasn’t claimed a win in the series this season yet and will be pulling out all stops for victory in front of a parochial WA crowd.
Add in former national champion James McFadden, Luke Dillon, Ryan Jones, former national champion David Murcott and Ian Madsen to the mix and it will be a massive showdown.
Oh, and there are the local drivers such as David Priolo, Jason Kendrick, Ben Ellement, Lee Nash, Daryl Clayden, Ken Sartori, Shaun Bradford, Brad and Jamie Maiolo, Callum Williamson, Ryan Farrell and many more who are also chasing glory on the big stage.
When we add in another round of the Harris Engines Wingless Sprints and the Alltools Formula 500s – the Perth Motorplex will be the place to be this Saturday night.