The Ulster Rally, the latest round of the Irish Tarmac Championship starts on Friday afternoon.
Donegal’s Donagh Kelly can seal the 2015 Irish Tarmac title if he can muster a point’s maximum aboard his Ford Focus.
Kelly and navigator Kevin Flanagan have already clinched the National Rally Championship with rallies to spare, allowing them to focus all his efforts on the double.
Donegal International winner Garry Jennings will be first on the road having won Ulster for the last two years, Jennings goes in search of an historic hat-trick with Letterkenny navigator Rory Kennedy.
Between seats with Jennings and Bertie Fisher, Rory is a five time winner of the Ulster.
Monaghan brothers Sam and Josh Moffitt, in a pair of Ford Fiesta WRCs, have added their names to the entry, as has past winner Derek McGarrity who returns in his trusty Impreza. They are joined in the top 10 by Joseph McGonigle and Desi Henry in Skoda Fabia S2000?s, Stephen Wright in an R5 version of the Fiesta and Carryduff's Jonny Greer in the Citroen DS3 R5.
The battle for National Rally honours will be another big attraction on this year's Ulster Rally with Camillus Bradley, Shane McGirr, Daniel McKenna and Frank Kelly all chasing a podium positions. Joining them will be 2013 National winner Derek McGeehan in his Mini WRC and Scottish visitor Callum Duffy in his rapid Impreza 555.
The crews will tackle eight stages in Fermanagh and Tyrone with the first car away on Friday afternoon at 3.50pm.