Enjoy car-crushing action at Santa Pod Raceway for UK Monster Truck Nationals

The monster truck Grim Reaper jumping a bus at a previous show.

The monster truck Grim Reaper jumping a bus at a previous show. - Credit: Archant

Monster truck fans of all ages from around the UK will be heading to the UK Monster Truck Nationals at Santa Pod Raceway, on August 9.

Red Dragon will provide passenger rides at the event.

Red Dragon will provide passenger rides at the event. - Credit: Archant

The event features a line-up of the biggest, baddest car-crushing 4x4 giants battling to be crowned the 2015 UK champion.

This is a rare opportunity to see the monster truck Freestyle featuring incredible bus jumps, caravan crushing and airborne action as seen on TV.

This year’s line-up includes Grim Reaper, Podzilla, Blaster, Slingshot, plus crowd favourite Big Pete and defending champion Swamp Thing.

The Red Dragon monster ride truck will be giving white-knuckle passenger rides at this event. At 12ft tall, and weighing five tonnes, it crushes everything in its path.

Blaster crushing caravans and cars.

Blaster crushing caravans and cars. - Credit: Archant


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International stunt driving superstar Terry Grant, current holder of 20 world records, and the Turbonator jet car also appear at the event.

Gates open from 10am, with a pit party where fans can meet the stars of the show and take photographs with their favourite monster trucks.

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Visit www.monstertrucknationals.co.uk to book advance tickets – adults £13, children (aged five to 5 years) £5, family (two adults and two children) £35. Pit Party admission is an extra £10 per family.

On-the-gate prices are £20 for adults, £8 for children or £48 for a family ticket.

Slingshot destroys a caravan.

Slingshot destroys a caravan. - Credit: Archant

• Five readers will win a family ticket to the event. To stand a chance of winning, don’t miss the July 24 edition of the Cambs Times and Wisbech Standard.

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