The Ring heads to Pemberton this Saturday for round seven of the series.
With only four rounds left including this one, overall points are becoming incredibly important and it may come down to the Super Crit in Leederville to decide with winners.
Scott Sunderland has shot to the lead of men’s A grade on 80 points. Bryce Lanigan is 11 points behind, while Craig Wiggins is a further two points back and Stephen Hall is a further three points back.
Hall will be welcomed back after missing the Wellard Super Crit and expect to see Michael Freiberg and Anthony Giacoppo become factors after missing some races.
Emily Mascaro is now only one point ahead of the fast-finishing Natalie Britz who has taken out the past two races.
They are both 50 points ahead of the Rebecca Mackey in third.
Eddy Hollands is leading B grade men by four points over James Derrick and seven over Joshua Commons.
Danica and Emily Wiggins are dominating their grades with Danica Wiggins now almost 70 points ahead of Cathrine Zunudin. Isabella Commons is only 23 points behind Emily in C grade.
We will also see a fourth Wiggins take to the start line this weekend with Fay Wiggins lining up in the under 13s.
Mathew Connan has a 20 point lead in C grade with Luke Alsford in second position.
Paul Malatzky has got a nine point buffer in D men, which continues to be one of the tightest grades.
Callum Milne is in second while Brian Johnson is the only one in third, sitting 13 points behind the leader.
Jasmyn Quick is sitting at the top of D grade women with Debbie Bertolatti 11 points behind in second. None of the other riders are within 30 points of second place.
Jordan Williams has taken a five point lead in mixed E grade over Hayden Ivins and Ryley Collet a further two points behind.