After a two-year hiatus, the Brobenah Raceway is poised to make a spectacular return this Saturday, bringing cars and drivers from around the country to usher back in it's 940-metre track.
The raceway is considered to be one of the longest and fastest tracks in Australian speedway.
The headlining event is the annual Long Track Classic for Super Sedans, contended by prior winner Callum Harper. He'll be coming up from Tasmania to reaffirm his claim to the coveted title of Brobenah winner.
Harper is a multiple Australian Super Sedan champion and the fan-favourite for Saturday's event, but will be going up against some impressive competition including Victorian Champion Mick Nicola Jnr, three-time Australian Champion Mick Nicola Snr, and multiple Victorian Champion Lucas Roberts.
The other main attraction for the night will be the coveted Australian Legend Cars Title being defended by Rob Rawlings Jnr. He'll be up against a range of competitors, but of them, the odds are definitely in favour of either current NSW and Victorian Champion Troy Bolton and last season's Australian Title runner-up John Egan.
Both Egan and Bolton have made it onto the podium before, but narrowly missed the gold trophy and are keen to finally claim it.
Also at the raceway will be the annual Graham Bourke Memorial. This year's top contenders include Graham's son Wayne Bourke, and multiple Australian champion Stephen Laidlaw.
Following along in the support category are the Modified Sedans, GOSA Sedans and RSA Limited Sedans.
The wheels are spinning from 4pm on Saturday, with tickets available at the gate.
Entry prices are $25 for adults, $10 for aged pensioners, FREE for children under 14, and $60 for a family.
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