IN a month where too much motorsport is barely enough, to borrow a phrase, this weekend is the one the Manning Valley/Great Lakes off road racing fans look to the most.
The Central North Coast Sporting Car Club, together with the Nabiac Hotel bring NSW's best off road race cars to the Nabiac Motorsport Complex this weekend.
Another quality field is expected to tackle two days of close racing and with this year's points situation as close as ever, smart racing is needed.
This year's championship is headed by Glenn Hoffman from Mittagong, closely followed by Derek Rose and Craig Anderson and each has a target on their back.
Locals Peter Sowter and Murray Bignell may not have the championship in their sights this year, but there's still valuable bragging rights up for grabs.
This year's drier conditions have been to the race organisers' advantage with the 14.5km longer course again able to be utilised.
The course was described by a seasoned competitor last year as the hardest course he had ever finished, the sand and gravel circuit unique to the championship and not a course to be taken lightly.
The weekend starts at the Nabiac Hotel on Friday night with a selection of cars on display and a chance to meet the drivers.
Drivers take to the circuit at 9.30am on Saturday morning and 8.30am Sunday, spectators are very welcome and canteen services are available at the track.
Access to the Nabiac Motorsport Complex is via Glenn Ora road, two kilometres south of Nabiac.