A number sprinters are gearing up Dirt Masters at the Thetford Great House, Church Pen, in St Catherine on Sunday.
The high-speed action is set to start at 11 am.
The event is the fourth of six rounds of the Jamaica Millenium Motoring Club's National Sprint Championship.
Three drivers are expected to go toe-to-toe in the highly competitive JA2 Class. Montegonians Jordan Powell, Daryl King and Matthew Gore.
Powell, who is currently leading in the overall rallysport championship points standing after a run of three-straight sprint victories and a rally victory in the class, was defeated by Gore at the last