This evening’s Spedeworth meeting at Wimbledon stadium sees the culmination of the Winter Banger League.

To add to the excitement, drivers will win double points throughout the grand final evening.

The winner of this season’s league has already been determined after a ‘shock and awe’ performance by Dreamers new boy, Reece Priestly.

Particularly just before Christmas when he dominated the meeting with a rare hat-trick of wins, securing maximum points in doing so.

That stunning run of form, coupled with main rival Rob Barnes from Brighton picking up a six-month suspension in early February, sealed the result in favour of the capital’s Priestly.

The top spot may have been secured, but there is still plenty to fight for in relation to the other places.

With just this last round to go, as many as 11 drivers will still be contesting places second to fifth in the final standings.

Having to sit on the side lines and unable to affect anything, Barnes will be waiting nervously to see if his total haul of 165 points will ultimately be enough to secure second spot.

With former track champion Rob Haines and the ever-improving Steve Penfold from Ashtead clipping at his heels, Barnes’ wait will be an uncomfortable one.

His cause could yet be helped by Dan Bramwell (Cheam), Colin Jones (Mitcham) and new London champion Craig ‘Nippy’ Hook, as they all will be in the mix for good results to boost them up the table, having an indirect effect on the battle for runner up.

The only things we can be certain of are that with so many permutations still possible, that everyone on the grid will be going all out and that at the end of the night Reece Priestly will be awarded the trophy for 2015.

For the final meeting in the capital until racing returns again on October 4, there are two very different types of hot rod will be competing under the Wimbledon floodlights.

The classic hot rods will be the last formula to battle for their London Championship, while their modern cousins the 2l hot rods, appear in round three of the Hoosier Series.

Historic stock cars are the class to round out the season conclusion, with their own unique blend of nostalgia and full-contact action.

Racing starts at 5.30pm with turnstiles open at 4.30pm.