Fight to finish at speedway
BASH, crash, boom - the demolition derby and massive fireworks display will highlight the action at Lucas Oil Lismore Speedway tomorrow night.
Also on the card will be the running of the Liberty Fuels New South Wales Wingless Sprintcar Championship, supported with AMCA Nationals, Litre Sprints, Street Stocks, Four Cylinder Sedans and Junior Sedans.
Some of the best crash merchants in the business will go after the cash in the demolition derby which is always a great family entertainment spectacle.
"The people love the demolition derby and we always have a very entertaining event," promoter David Lander said yesterday.
"The objective of the event is to eliminate the opposition until one car is still running.
"These affairs usually get down to an exciting two-car shoot-out and battle to the finish."
The fireworks spectacular will also be worth seeing as Lander has gone to great lengths to put on a display that will be enjoyed by everyone at the ground.
Meanwhile, upward of 30 entries have been received for the running of the New South Wales Wingless Sprint Championship.
Defending titleholder Jay Waugh, who won the championship in Sydney last season, will face some tough opposition in the event.
"The Wingless Sprint category has really come of age in recent seasons with big numbers across the country," Lander said.
"We will have a strong representation from Sydney on hand to contest the state title and this promises to be a very hard-fought state championship."
Local star Tony Brearley, who reached national title honours in the category, will start favourite for the state title.
A big entry list also has been received for the other racecar categories on the program.