The full list of 38 drivers that will contest Winton's inaugural round of the Toyota 86 Racing Series this weekend has been revealed.
Guest Pro drivers Steven Johnson, Glenn Seton and Leanne Tander are joined in the packed field by a wide array of competitors from across the country.
Among them is Glenn's son 17-year-old Aaron, who was the first driver announced for the new class following his success in Class B of the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge last season.
Others with Australian titles already to their name that have joined the Toyota grid include Cameron Hill (Formula Ford), Adam Gowans (Aussie Racing Cars), Gary Holt (Performance Cars) and Josh Hunter (V8 Touring Cars).
The previously confirmed Ben Grice is another leading name in the field and is also expected to be among the front-runners following his strong form in the Super Six Touring Cars in recent seasons.
David Sieders is meanwhile mixing V8 Ute duties with a run in the 86s, fielding a two-car effort for himself and driving instructor Tim Brook.
A smattering of youngsters, including Formula 4 driver Will Brown, make up the bulk of the field.
Gentleman racers meanwhile include John Goodacre, who brings significant Super Six and GT3 Cup Challenge experience to the category.
The Toyotas will contest 2 x 20 minute practice sessions, a 20 minute qualifying and three 10 lap races across the weekend.