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