The Sapphire Speedway will roar to life on Saturday.
Gates open at noon with racing from 2pm as the club hosts eight classes of events on the day.
A smattering of rain means the dust will definitely have settled and the dirt is ready to fly as drivers flex their right foot come Saturday afternoon.
Limited and production sedans along with go karters will be among the course regulars, while the Speedway welcomes a return to the legend cars as well as the vintage sprint cars as well as the RSA street stocks and the Southern 4 cylinders.
Social distancing measures are in place, but officials said there is plenty of room for visitors to pull up and watch some of the best country racing on display.
All spectators will be required to Covid-safe check in, while masks, gloves and sanitiser will be available to all at the track.
The club will also have a full canteen running as well as a coffee van on-site and Merimbula Dutch pancakes.
Entry is $15 with kids under 14 free.