Monster Truck Mania Competition

THE Monsters are coming, but don t have nightmares, it s all in the name of entertainment. On Friday August 31, the Norfolk Arena at King s Lynn will host the final round of Monster Mania – the European Monster Truck Racing Championships. We are giving re

THE Monsters are coming, but don't have nightmares, it's all in the name of entertainment.

On Friday August 31, the Norfolk Arena at King's Lynn will host the final round of Monster Mania - the European Monster Truck Racing Championships.

We are giving readers the chance to win four family tickets, valued at £30 each, to the monstrous event. You can be there to see 'Bigfoot' the world's most famous name in monster trucking. Bigfoot will be racing in head-to-head action against Europe's most mighty machines, including Red Dragon, Swamp Thing, Monstrous, Supercharger and Slingshot.

In addition to the racing, there will be a full round of monster freestyle with wild jumps and stunts including sky wheelies, cyclones and donuts.


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Young fans will have the opportunity to meet the drivers of the monster trucks for autographs and photographs.

The event will also feature one of Europe's top motorcycle stunt teams 'UKFMX' the masters of freestyle motocross.

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Gates open at 6pm and the show starts at 7.30pm.

To have a chance to win one of the family tickets, find the answer to this question by reading the information above.

# Name the world's most famous monster truck appearing at Monster Mania in King's Lynn.

A Big Foot

B Big Ben

C Big Brother  Send your entry, on a postcard or the back of a sealed envelope, to Monster Mania Competition, at 34 Market Place, Wisbech, PE13 IDP, or 51 High Street, March, PE15 9JJ, to arrive by 9am on August 20.

Or you can email your entry to either editor@cambs-times.co.uk or editor@wisbech-standard.co.uk.

The winners will be announced on our website at 12 noon on August 20 and in the printed editions of the newspapers on August 24.

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