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Skegness Stadium is chock full of bank holiday action

Skegness Stadium is set for a busy few weeks - starting with several days of bank holiday action.

Skegness Stadium is set for a busy few weeks - starting with several days of bank holiday action.

SKEGNESS Stadium is set to offer weekends chock full of all manner of stunts, stock car and banger racing this month - starting with a bumper bank holiday weekend.

It all kicks off this Saturday, May 5, with Scott May’s Daredevil Stunt Show.

The show, reputedly one of Europe’s largest, will feature everything from displays on quads and buggies, to monster truck destruction and fire stunts. Freestyle motocross will also wow the crowds.

The show starts at 7pm and tickets cost £12 for adults, £6 for children and are available on the door.

This weekend the stadium will also hold its May Bank Holiday Racefest, which will kick off on the afternoons of Sunday and Monday, May 6 and 7.

Sunday is set to feature racing from Rebels, GT Hotrods, Junior Rods, Hot Fords and Rookie Bangers (non Honda MV).

And on Monday it will be the turn of Brisca F2 Stock Cars, Rebels Racing, GT Hot Roads, 1300 Saloons and Hot Fords.

Racing begins at 2pm on both days.

Advance adult ticket prices at only £10.99 per day.

Gate prices (each day) will be £13 for adults, £10 for seniors and £5 for juniors. Kids go free.

The following weekend, Saturday and Sunday, May 12 and 13, will also see the Stadium will hold its F1 UK Speed Weekend.

During the weekend it will host BriSCA F1 UK Championship, BRiSCA F2 and Ministox racing.

An adult weekend ticket costs just £31. Tickets on Saturday are £16 for adults, £13 for seniors and £7 for juniors. And on Sunday, adults pay £17, seniors £13 and juniors £7. Kids go free.

For more information about these and other meetings call 0844 559 1228 or visit www.skegness-stadium.info.

 

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