Skegness Stadium are turning the clock back on Sunday, October 5, in an early 1pm meeting to commemorate Billy Storr’s 40 years of racing.
Billy started racing at the now closed down Boston Stadium in 1973 along with brothers Alan ‘Beany’ Storr and Jimmy Storr.
Billy raced at Skegness Stadium in 1977 in the first-ever banger meeting.
All three brothers will be on track at Skegness in Triumph bangers for one last time, in a demonstration race.
Billy will then take to the track to race alongside son Jordan and nephew Cody and some names form the past.
Some of these raced at Boston, including Dave ‘Alge’ Allen, Carl ‘Jack’ Overy and Nick ‘Hooty’ Houghton, all of whom have raced Triumphs and certainly remember fondly the good old days of Boston shaleway.
In addition to Triumph bangers, the afternoon will see 2L saloon stock cars in the deciding meeting of the track championship and Rookie Bangers.
Gate admission prices are adults £11.50, seniors £10, juniors £5.
Alternatively, you can pay in advance and save money by visiting www.skegness-stadi um.info or calling the ticket hotline on 0844 559 1228.
The stadium has a free car park, plenty of catering units, bars and covered grandstand.