Four times Australian Speedcar Champion and current NSW titleholder Adam Clarke heads the impressive entry list for the 2018 Stan Burrow Midget Stampede at Brisbane's Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway, Saturday night, January 20. New Zealand will be represented in the starting line-up with the inclusion of Hayden Williams driving Scott Wilson's Boss Stanton SRII. Former National Champion Nathan Smee also is included on the 27- car entry list and will race the Brett Thomas Spike entry. Event honours one of Queensland Speedcar Racing Association's longest serving drivers, Stan Burrow, who passed away due to complications from back surgery in 2016. Clarke, winner of the inaugural Stan Burrow Midget Stampede in 2017, heads to Brisbane fresh from his NSW Speedcar Championship victory at Sydney's Valvoline Raceway on January 1. A total prize money purse of $13,000 is up for grabs, paying $4000 to win. Runner-up in the main events pockets $2000 and third placegetter gets $1500. Son of a gun Kaidon Brown has entered following his recent stint in New Zealand where he represented Australia in the annual international series. Darren Vine is the form driver in the QSRA ranks and has recorded three feature race wins so far this season in his super-fast XXX/turbo Esslinger. Current Polar Ice Midget Series Champion Rusty Whittaker is a confirmed starter in the King/Esslinger. When he took out the 2015 Queensland Championship, Whittaker became the youngest winner of the state title at 18 years of age. Brock Dean (Breka/Hawk), Anthony Chaffey (Spike/Mopar),Scott Farmer (Spike/Esslinger) and Rodney Harders (Eagle) also will compete for honours in the Stan Burrow Midget Stampede.