Fans are equally excited as drivers to welcome back a full round of racing at the Moruya Speedway on Saturday, January 30.
The previous season was cancelled due to bushfires and COVID-19 and the first meet back for 2021, was washed out on January 2.
Moruya Speedway secretary Kay Nash said eager competitors were getting ready to hit the dirt.
There's a lineup of limited sedans, junior sedans, production sedans, street stockers and vintage sprint cars.
After totalling his car at the Goulburn race meet last weekend, top Sydney driver Shaun Davoodi is determined to make an appearance.
The former Australian street stocker champion and NSW title-holder lost control in the wet and rear-ended another driver.
"I spoke to him and he's in the process of building the front end of his car so he can race on Saturday," Nash said.
"I know he would be up until midnight to get it done; he's very dedicated."
Moruya Speedway club president Kiel Rosevear's car also copped a bit of damage at the weekend racing in Canberra.
He is also in the process of rebuilding to race in the production sedans.
Nash said competitor Johnny Ralph of Moruya Mufflers offered a helping hand by lending Rosevear a part for his car.
"We're all family, and like to help one another," Nash said.
In the junior sedans, 17-year-old Moruya driver Mitch Edwards is keen for his debut.
Everybody loves the demolition derby ... a lot of hard work goes into it.Kay Nash - Moruya Speedway secretary
With minimal track time since bushfires and pandemic, Edwards will be making the most of his first full meeting on Saturday.
Rev-head fans can get excited for the demolition derby, sponsored by the Moruya Markets.
There are 21 cars entered in the event.
"We try and have one twice a year; everybody loves the demolition derby," Nash said.
Crowd favourite Clint Constable has been at the wheel of only two cars in his 14-years of demo derby.
"A lot of hard work goes into it," Nash said.
The January 30 race meet will be in memory of Paul Sulis who died last week.
The retired super sedan racer was a member of the Sapphire Speedway and raced for many years at Moruya.
"He was a gentleman's gentleman," Nash said.
Entry cost is $15 for adults, $10 for pensioners and children aged 13-17. Children under 12 are free. The canteen will be operating, BYO drinks. The spectator gate to open at 1pm and racing to start at 5pm.