MOTORSPORT: No winners have been decided until Saturday night.
CQDRA president Lee Davis expects there to be some close racing as competitors strive to get as close to their dial-in times as possible.
"The last round will be the deciding factor in who takes out the title in their respective class," Davis said.
"Many of the brackets are separated by only a few points with a couple only having one point between first and second."
Gladstone riders and drivers are in the mix.
"There are three brackets where Gladstone's Mitchell Ward has been consistent all year and is leading the Modified Bike bracket leading into this weekend's racing," Davis said.
"Craig McVie is also top of the leader-board in the Super Street bracket and a strong performance on Saturday will see him take the title this year."
Gladstone Junior Dragster racer Tayla Kelly will hope to replicate last year's results and take out the title again.
"Racing is expected to be tight across the seven brackets, especially with not only a class result to be decided, but also the much coveted track champion to be decided also," Davis said.
"This award is open to all racers, the racer who wins the most points overall over the entire year will take out the trophy."
Full bar and numerous food vendors will be on site.
Friday: Off Street racing 6-10pm @ Benaraby Raceway
Saturday: CQDRA finals
- 7 classes
- Gates open 10am
- Scrutineering from 11am-1pm
- Qualifying 1-5pm
- Racing from 5.30-10pm