BRAYD Stephenson will be hoping to continue his recent good run of form when he contests the V8 Dirt Modified Rumble at Lucas Oil Lismore Speedway on Saturday night.
Stephenson, who hails from Grafton, is a Lismore regular.
He was in sensational form at the Grafton venue on April 18 and dominated the program with a very impressive main event victory.
He also set new one and 10-lap track records in a night that was one of the best of his career.
His main event win was even more praiseworthy after he came from the rear of the field.
"There's no doubt Brayd is in good form at the moment and he is obviously one of the drivers to beat in this Saturday night's V8 Dirt Modified Rumble," Lismore promoter David Lander said.
Stephenson faces a strong field in this weekend's Lismore main event, which includes Andrew Pezzutti, Brent Hall, Ray Eggins and Phil McNamara - all potential race winners.
As of today 20 nominations have been accepted for the Rumble which will also feature qualifying heat races.
The V8 Dirt Modified division will be supported with racing for AMCA Nationals, Wingless Sprintcars, Production Sedans, Street Stocks, National Four Cylinder Sedan class and Junior Sedans.
This will be the final meeting of the 2014/15 season at Lucas Oil Lismore Speedway.
Lander has already announced a schedule for next season, which commences on November 7 with the running of the annual V8 Dirt Modified Lord Mayor's Cup.
Fourteen fixtures will be held during the 2015-16 season. One of the highlights will be the Australian AMCA Sedan Championship set to be contested over two nights in late March, 2016.
Gates open at 3pm this Saturday and the first race goes under the flag at 6pm.
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