Dave Reynolds said he will consider diving in Newcastle Harbour if he wins the final race of the year, while Chaz Mostert joked he would celebrate by crashing into Cam Waters.
The top 10 championship-ranked Supercars drivers were in a relaxed and jovial mood at the grand finale charity breakfast on Thursday morning.
The drivers were pressed on a range of topics in front of more than 300 guests inside the VIP marquee at the top of Watt Street.
Reynolds and Mostert both declared their love for the Newcastle track and gave vastly different answers to their celebration plans.
"Jump in the harbour off a boat, but someone's already done that," Reynolds said.
"Find Cam [Waters] and run into him," Mostert said.
Twenty-four Supercars drivers will line-up to take on the tight Newcastle street track for races on Saturday and Sunday.
The teams have come well prepared for any on-track incidents after a string of crashes in previous years.
Jamie Whincup said each team could basically "replace the whole car" if there was a crash.
The veteran driver said pit stops could ultimately determine a race and each team's pit crew would have spent hours practicing stops ahead of the round.
"We've got about 45 people to run two cars," he said.
Shane van Gisbergen said preparation for the Newcastle event commenced almost immediately after the last round at Sandown.
"Pretty much straight away," he said. "I had a couple of days off after Sandown.
"This week, I've watched videos of the races here a few times."
The Kiwi driver will be hoping to break his duck on the Newcastle track, after being stripped of winning race one last year due to a 25-second time penalty.
Temperatures are forecast to be above 30 degrees each day of the event.
Lee Holdsworth said temperatures inside the drivers' cars would hit about 60 degress.
The grand finale breakfast raised funds for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service.
The Newcastle 500 begins with practice on Friday, followed by qualifying and racing on Saturday and Sunday.