Banjup trainer-driver Colin Brown goes into tomorrow night's Gloucester Park meeting with a tally of 2364 winners as a driver.
The Western Australian born Brown is now just eight winners behind the tally of Fred R Kersley who retired with a career tally of 2372 winners.
Brown has nine drives on tomorrow night's ten-race programme. The other event is restricted to junior drivers and Brown just fails the age limit criteria.
He is currently second on both the State Drivers Premiership with 145 winners behind runaway leader Morgan Woodley (163 wins) and the Perth Drivers Premiership with 80 winners where he trails leader Gary Hall Jnr by 14 winners.
Remarkably Brown, in his 36 seasons as a driver, has never won a drivers premiership either in Perth or at a State level.
He has finished runner-up on the Perth Premiership on three occasions behind Trevor Warwick, Fred Kersley and Chris Lewis.
This season is the ninth time he has driven a century of winners in a season with his record being a total of 165 winners in 2003/04.
While Brown isn't driving at tonight's Narrogin meeting he will have a number of drivers next Monday at Pinjarra and Tuesday at Northam.