In the Autosport International Live Action Arena – NEC Birmingham
Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th January 2006

The eagerly awaited first Oval Racing Spectacular at 6 pm on Saturday 15th January started with a roar when our hosts for the evening, Oval Racing’s No. 1 Television Presenters, Barry Lee, in an Autograss special and Dave Richardson in a hot rod, drove into the Arena .

Louise Goodman, Formula One’s female voice of Motorsport made a guest appearance.

The action then truly started when the Spedeworth V8 stock cars thundered out in to the Arena for their first heats, quickly followed by Superstoxs, Autograss, Hot Rods and finally the awesome Formula 1 stock cars and didn’t stop all evening.

Between the two sets of heats the audience was entertained by Marches 4 x 4 expert driving skills on the off road course was around the outside of the arena whilst the fearless riders from the UXFMX Freestyle MX Team performed the some breath taking jumps.

And between the second heats and the finale the legendary Terry Grant made his Guinness Book of Records attempt at spinning simultaneously four cars.

The truly spectacular finale contained Terry, Marches 4x4 and the amazing UXFMX guys

The cream of British drivers from Oval Racing and Autograss to thrilled the fans as they battled to harness the sheer power and noise created in the unique atmosphere at the NEC.

On Sunday 15th at 4.30pm the Live Action Arena once again was filled to capacity with Oval and Autograss fans to watch Lightning Rods, Autograss, Hot Rods and Formula1 stock cars wield their power together with entertainment from Terry Grant, Marches 4x4 and UKMFX.

Once again these two shows at the NEC certainly got the 2006 racing season off to a “spectacular” start.


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