The Scottish Rally Championship may already have been won by Dumfries driver David Bogie, but there are still plenty of class battles to be settled on the final round.
The Galloway Hills Rally is being held on Sunday, and this year, there's something extra special in store.
Lori Carnochan reports.
The first ever winners of the Galloway Hills Rally, Ivor Clark and Keith McCleary, are reuniting to take part in the 40th event.
They crew will run with number one on their car door to mark the special occasion.
Drivers will have two runs through the super special stage at Auchenlosh Quarry, near Dalbeattie.
Spectators will have access to toilet facilities, catering and car parking, which is £10 per car.
To find out more about when the cars are due in each stage, and for more spectator information, click here.
Jock Armstrong has won this event a record-breaking five times. He will be up against five time Scottish Rally Champion, David Bogie, but is hoping to come away with the win:
Event sponsor and five time winner of the event, Jock Armstrong, drives his car over the bridge of the super-special stage.
Competitors will compete in the opposite direction on Sunday.
The 40th Galloway Hills Rally takes place this weekend and almost 80 crews have entered the Castle Douglas based event.
Organisers wanted to do something a a bit different to mark the anniversary, so they decided to build a "super special" stage.
The 1.5 mile stage has been built at Auchenlosh Quarry near Dalbeattie, and features jumps, a bridge and a water splash.
Event organiser Barbara Armstrong says it will give spectators a good view of the action.
The rally has also been included in the Scottish Rally Championship for the first time ever, and makes up the final round.
Dumfries driver David Bogie won the championship on the last round, but there are still many class battles to be decided.