NASCAR is back in Halifax County this weekend for the Biscuitville 125, part of the K&N Pro series east race.
Drivers spent the morning practicing at Virginia International Raceway. It's the 14th race in a 16 race series on road courses.
The president of the track says that means a points champions could be decided by the end of the weekend.
"I'm getting goosebumps just talking about it. I like those young drivers. They're hungry, they're competitive, they're polite, they're seasoned, they're working on their public face to go up the ladder and they're doing that here," said Connie Nyholm, the president of VIR.
The K&N series is formerly known as the Busch east and north pro series.
Parking is free. The race starts at 4:30 Saturday.
Next week racing continues at VIR for the Oak Tree Grand Prix which is part of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship.