Some of Australia's most iconic and recognisable burnout cars will descend on the Sapphire Speedway this weekend.
A field of 38 specialised burnout cars have signed up for the Far South Coast's first ever Sapphire Smokeout event and organisers couldn't be happier.
Event director Dave Collins said he knew it would be popular, but never anticipated entries filling up inside of a week.
"We've had a full field for more than two months, a long time now and I'm still getting phone calls from people who want to sign up," Mr Collins said.
Mr Collins credits Shaun Karn and his infamous purple Commodore 'Karnage' for generating plenty of interest.
"He helped us get the word out and include these high calibre cars," he said.
"Without Shaun's help I wouldn't have anything like this."
Mick Brasher of Brashernats will also be visiting.
There will be a smattering of Commodores and some Fords, but Mr Collins believes a crowd pleaser is likely to be the Mini Cooper visiting from Cowra.
"He'll be a massive crowd favourite," Mr Collins said.
The Sapphire Smokeout is aimed at being able to expand the existing burnout pad at the Speedway, with the pad already expanded to 25 by 20 metres thanks to a committee loan.
"The proceeds from the Smokeout will go to paying back that loan and any excess will go towards further expansion."
Meanwhile, a raffle will go ahead from Friday with up to five winners scoring a passenger ridealong for a wild skid session on the day - with all proceeds going to the NSW Fire Appeal.
"A lot of the guys are from the Blue Mountain area and we wanted to support the efforts of the fireys," Mr Collins said.
A number of cars will be on show at the Bega Skatepark Friday from 1.30pm, while gates open Saturday at 8am with the rubber to fly from 9am with Karnage opening the day. Sessions run all day with a 7pm cut-off, weather permitting.
Entry is $15 per person with under 14s free and the Speedway will have a full canteen running with Lions also offering bacon and egg rolls and more from 9am.