Sport

Speedway to ‘Thunda’ this Saturday night

'Outback Thunda' - powered by a modified 510 big block Chevrolet engine producing over 1500 horse power - will star at Lismore Speedway this Saturday night.
'Outback Thunda' - powered by a modified 510 big block Chevrolet engine producing over 1500 horse power - will star at Lismore Speedway this Saturday night.

THE ROAR of monster truck "Outback Thunda" will echo around Lismore on Saturday night as the supercharged V8 hits the Lucas Oil Lismore Speedway.

Promoter David Lander said the almost four metre high Outback Thunda is powered by a modified 510 big block Chevrolet engine producing over 1500 horse power.

The monster truck is valued at more than $200,000, with the motor alone costing more than $100,000.

Outback Thunda will thrill the crowds jumping over and crushing cars with its two metre tall tyres.

For speedway regulars there will also be Speedcars, AMCA Nationals, Wingless Sprints, Litre Sprints, Fast 4{minute}s, Street Stocks, and Junior Sedans on the program.

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.

Topics:  lismore speedway


Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Bring home the bacon at Northern Rivers festival

PIGS WILL FLY: A giant pig was joined by Alstonville Lions Club’s Les Wiles and Summerland Credit Union’s Belindar Cordery and others to promote this Sunday’s Alstonville Family Festival.

Get piggy at the Alstonville Family Festival

Welcome to Northern Rivers’ first golf course of its kind

IT’S OPEN: The Ballina Disc Golf Course at Bicentennial Gardens was officially opened last week by US-born disc golf player Jesse Amos, who pushed for the course, and Ballina Shire councillor Jeff Johnson.

Reports of at least one hole-in-one already

Who wants to be an engineer?

Sparks flly as the laser cutter slices through a 3/4 in sheet of steel at Adnought Sheet metal Fabrications. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin

Calling young people who have thought about an engineering career

Latest deals and offers

New Ballina chamber board looks to the future

THE Ballina Chamber of Commerce is ready to get into another productive year under the governance of a newly elected board of management.

Bring home the bacon at Northern Rivers festival

PIGS WILL FLY: A giant pig was joined by Alstonville Lions Club’s Les Wiles and Summerland Credit Union’s Belindar Cordery and others to promote this Sunday’s Alstonville Family Festival.

Get piggy at the Alstonville Family Festival

Welcome to Northern Rivers’ first golf course of its kind

IT’S OPEN: The Ballina Disc Golf Course at Bicentennial Gardens was officially opened last week by US-born disc golf player Jesse Amos, who pushed for the course, and Ballina Shire councillor Jeff Johnson.

Reports of at least one hole-in-one already

Who wants to be an engineer?

Sparks flly as the laser cutter slices through a 3/4 in sheet of steel at Adnought Sheet metal Fabrications. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin

Calling young people who have thought about an engineering career

'Urgent repairs' needed at Ballina rugby league club

Ballina Seagulls players pictured in September 2015.

Ballina Seagulls fans advised not to sit in grandstand

FitzSimons brings Republic mission to Northern Rivers today

The Australian Republican Movement’s National Chair Peter FitzSimons AM.

Peter FitzSimons will be speaking in Lismore and Ballina today

Perfect time to invest in Northern Rivers property

The Northern Rivers rental market is tighter than Sydney making it the perfect time for investors to get better returns out of property than superannuation or banks deposits.

Low interest rates and tight rental market are prime time to invest