This year's Historic Winton will hold a special significance for a Ballarat family who will showcase it's prized possessions.
Cameron Wright will join his brothers Tim and Geoff, along with their father, at the prestigious festival this weekend.
In tow will be his prized Armstrong Siddeley, which he'll proudly display at the event to commemorate the model's 100th year anniversary.
"I bought it as a restored car but it needed some finishing off to make it reliable and usable, and I've managed to do that over the last couple of years," he said.
"It's a good looking car, it was based on one of their popular post-war model ranges which pretty much marked the end of the series."
Known for manufacturing aircraft engines as well as automobiles, Armstrong Siddeley holds a sentimental value to the 48-year who is an aircraft mechanic by trade.
A motoring family through-and-through, Cameron said he and his brothers had been attending Historic Winton with their father since 1983.
"There was always various cars littered around mum and dad's place when we were kids," he said.
"With three boys mum didn't have much hope, and we traded in the pony as soon as we could ride a motorbike."
But Cameron's Siddeley won't be the only car the family is showcasing.
While onlookers admire Cameron's pride and joy, his brothers Tim and Geoff will be preparing their own cars for the race circuit.
Stepping in for his father in the pre-1965 race, Tim Wright will be racing his family's 1963 Elfin Mallala. Competing for the third time, Tim said this year's event would celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Elfin.
"In its field it will probably be in the top one or two," he said.
"We've just fixed-up the engine and gearbox so it's been all freshened up, it's pretty quick."
Geoff is also confident. Racing behind the wheel of his father's MG Special, he expects to finish in the top third of his class.
"It's always good fun to race, it's an easy car to drive with plenty of power and lots of sliding and wheel spinning," he said.
Although he's 'in-it-to win-it,' Geoff said the event was about having fun.
"It's an enjoyable weekend, and it's as much as seeing other cars and watching them race as much as anything," he said.
"As a kid we were taken to the races, and you can walk around the pits and talk to the drivers. Everyone is pretty relaxed, it's a great atmosphere."
Geoff said the only bad thing about driving is that you don't get to see much racing. The 43rd Historic Winton takes place today and tomorrow at the Winton Motor Raceway, near Benalla.