Production sedan series is wide open
Matt Swarbrooke and Garry Maroske are in contention at equal third.
It sets the scene for an enthralling battle on the tight Lismore bull ring.
“The points certainly show that this round could be one of the most important in the series,” Lismore Speedway promoter David Lander said.
“Those drivers prominent in the points standings know the Lismore venue well, so it will be an interesting contest.”
The local contingent of Modified Production Sedan enthusiasts will be joined by drivers from Brisbane, Caboolture, Sunshine Coast and Toowoomba.
Officials have received more than 30 entires.
Australian champion Todd Doyle has plenty of work ahead of him to make up lost ground. He is 14th in the standings.
The top ten are:
Mark Raymont (287 points), Steve Price (272), Matt Swarbrooke (210), Garry Maroske (210), Darren Pearson (208), Adrian Stott (207), David Jacobi (207), Aiden Raymont (205), Max Clarke (205), Quinton Clarke (189).
Meanwhile, the exciting Formula 500s return to Lismore Speedway on a night of speedway racing that also features AMCA Nationals Sedans, street stocks and four-cylinder sedans.
Promoter Lander continues his policy of admitting children under 12 free when accompanied by an adult.