What you can see at Skegness Raceway this month

Skegness Raceway is one of the places to visit while on your holidays. You are always likely to see some incredible acts when you visit, with drivers performing death-defying stunts for your entertainment. Here at Lincolnshire Live we have taken a look at what Skegness Raceway has to offer before the end of the month.

: Skegness weather: More high temperatures for Lincolnshire this week but cooler on the coast

Thursday 22 and Tuesday, July 27

On these two dates Skegness Raceway will be treated to the Two Brothers Racing stunt team. Despite what their name suggests, the team consists of Mark Van Driel aka ‘Vandal’, Paul Todd aka ‘Toddy’ and Katrina Van Driel aka ‘Trina’. It is often thought that Vandal and Toddy are brothers, however the name originates from the USA-based exhaust company which has a close working partnership with the team.

The pair have actually been good friends for ten years and both have held their fair share of honours over the years. Vandal has been the UK street bike freestyle champion on three occasions and holds the world record for the most ‘switchback zero rotations in a minute’ (riding in circles while sitting backwards without touching the handlebars). His record is 13 rotations.

Meanwhile Toddy was a UK champion back in 2016. Third member of the team, Trina, is responsible for the tandem stunts and also choregraphs the shows.

Two Brothers stunt team

You will also see the GT hotrods, junior bangers and rods perform on the Thursday while the GT hotrods will return on the Tuesday as well as the micro bangers and the American cup cars.

Sunday, July 25

This Sunday is carnival day at Skegness Raceway. To celebrate, the stadium is hosting a caravan destruction derby, as you do.

Following on from Alan Vaughan’s monster truck performance, a hit among the raceway’s faithful fans, the UK’s youngest monster truck driver will be destroying their caravans as a means of revenge for all of them you have been stuck behind on the way to the coast, according to the raceway’s website. It will be a performance you will not want to miss.

Thursday, July 29

Alan Vaughan will once again be performing a week on Thursday. This performance is described as a summer season special and will see the monster truck driver performing his exhilarating routine.

As well as that, the crowds will be treated to several different races. The British Championship for the lady rookie bangers will take place on this night, as well as the junior rods and the micro F2’s. Ticket prices for all the events are priced at GBP16 for adults, GBP14 for seniors, GBP7 for juniors (aged 13-15) while kids who are 12 and under go free.

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