Gunnedah Speedway is preparing to host its biggest race card ever as drivers from across the country converge for Saturday's Night of Legends event.
Headlining the packed night of racing will be the legends event, which will pit top drivers like John Leslight, Allan Butcher and John Singleton against each other.
Adding an air of excitement to the race is the fact all six competing drivers are making a comeback to the sport for one night only.
Event promoter Barry Towers said Saturday's event would be the biggest he'd been involved in 16 years.
"It's certainly going to be a big night," Towers said.
"Aside from the legends race, we have had 107 cars nominate to compete on the night.
"It's honestly shaping up to be a massive event and we have decided to do things a bit differently.
"We will open the night with the legends race to allow families an opportunity to see these guys do their thing."
Acting as a curtain-raiser to the event will be a formal dinner at the Gunnedah Services Club on Friday night, featuring a question-and-answer session with the drivers.
"At this stage, we have 114 people lined up to attend the dinner on the Friday night," Towers said.
"Honestly, we are over the moon with the interest this event has garnered.
"There will be nine divisions across 55 races on Saturday night and a packed house for the dinner on Friday night.
"Truly, we couldn't ask for much more."
"We're really pleased we have still managed to attract such good numbers, even though we had to postpone it," Towers said.
"Already people are filing in to camp in Gunnedah for the weekend, so it will make a big impact on the local economy.
"It's only $20 entry for adults and it is going to be real value for money.
"Personally, I think this is an event not to be missed.
"Hopefully we can get a strong turnout of locals for the pre-program racing from 4pm and for the first race from 6pm."