Clive Featherby demonstrates the performance of his supercharged V8 Monster Truck Outback Thunda at Lismore showground.
Clive Featherby demonstrates the performance of his supercharged V8 Monster Truck Outback Thunda at Lismore showground.

A night of extreme family fun

FOR A night of extreme family fun head to the Lucas Oil Lismore Speedway tomorrow and be amazed at a back flipping snow mobile, a jet powered quad bike and Monster truck 'Outback Thunda'.

Promoter David Lander said the night promised to be the biggest of the year at the Lismore speedway.

Mr Lander said the crowds would also see a truck that flips onto its roof when the driver hits the brakes and then flips back onto its wheels again.

"A huge fireworks display will see in the New Year a few days late," he said.

For speedway regulars there will also be Speedcars, AMCA Nationals, Wingless Sprints, Litre Sprints, Fast 4′s, Street Stocks, and Junior Sedans.

Gates open at 3pm and the action starts at 6pm.

Admission is $30 for adults, $25 for pensioners, $20 for high school students and $8 for children under 12 or $75 for a family.

For more information visit lismorespeedway.com.au.  



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