RACING action returns to Leeton's Brobenah Raceway on Saturday and if it's a packed program residents were after, that's exactly what they will receive.
The Super Sedan Long Track Classic will feature under lights on the 940-metre track and is expected to draw some of the state's best drivers.
While defending and three-time Long Track Classic winner Callum Harper Tasmania is not contesting this event, there is still going to be a solid field of Super Sedans.
Leeton's Wayne Aylett is hoping his vast experience at the track is going to help him get the win.
Fellow NSW-based racers Paul Kranitis, Andrew White and Daryl Moon also have their sights on a solid performance.
In terms of interstate contestants, the field is headed by former Victorian champion Peter Nicola, Ash Bergmeier and Neil Witnish from Victoria, while current Tasmanian champion Adam Beechey from Hobart is aiming to finish his mainland adventure on a solid note.
Leading the support program will be the annual Graham Bourke Memorial for Production Sedans, which will see his son, Wayne Bourke, attempt to reclaim top honours after his hopes of a three peat were dashed last season by fellow Leeton resident Justin Hawkins.
Hawkins will be looking to hinder Bourke to hold on to the mantle, while former national champion Jacob Mills, along with other Leeton residents in Danny Harrison and Nathan Hawkins, will also be in contention.
GOSA Sedans, Vic Sports Sedans, Standard Saloons and AMCA Nationals will also be racing.
Gates open at 4pm, with racing from 5pm.
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