It’s Halloween Carnival Night at Lynn’s Adrian Flux Arena tomorrow (6pm).
A huge field of Unlimited Bangers provide the on-track action, ably backed up by Two-Litre Saloon Stock Cars and three-wheeled Reliant Robin racing.
Off-track, there is plenty going on too, with free fairground rides, face painting and a fancy dress parade where children can do a lap of the track in their Halloween costumes.
Lynn’s world champion, Darren Fendley, leads the Bangers’ entry list which features more than 100 cars for their Halloween Spooktacular, many of which are expected to join in the night’s theme. Last year’s event saw a number of hearses raced, including one clad out as the Ghostbusters’ Ectomobile.
Lynn’s Wes Freestone also features, and is eligible for the British Under-25 Championship which will be staged as part of the programme.
Several members of the extremely popular local Predators team, known for their crash-happy attitude, will be racing, including brothers Luke and Joel Allen, Ricky Twell, livewire Joe Barratt and Kieran Bowman. Swaffham is represented, as-ever, by brothers Terry and Ashley Garrod, who hold several titles between them.
The mighty Two-Litre Saloon Stock Cars race for the last time before Christmas and nearly 50 are booked to race.
British champion Lee Sampson and brother Jamie represent Lynn, while Heacham’s Willie Skoyles Jr is one of the pacesetters.
Dersingham’s Ryan Clarke will be among the drivers creating havoc in Reliant Robins.
Last weekend saw main event victories for Mick Sworder (Stevenage) in BriSCA Formula One Stock Cars and his son Charlie in Ministox. Billy Webster (Leeds) won the BriSCA F2 Stock Car meeting final after Sam Wagner (Middlesbrough) claimed the Grand National Championship and Steve Wycherley (Holbeach) the series final for lower graded drivers.
l Save money and beat the queues tomorrow with advance tickets available up until 8pm tonight by going to www.stockcar-racing.co.uk