Monster truck Rockstar will give a demolition demonstration during race nights this Friday and Saturday (May 22-23) at Western Speedway.

Monster trucks part of weekend race card at Western Speedway

Two-night racing combo event coming to Langford track

These guys bring new meaning to the term total destruction.

This weekend’s demo cars and trucks, bombers, mini figure 8s and drifters action at Western Speedway will be sandwiched around a performance by touring monster trucks Rockstar and the California Kid.

The drivers inside the U.S.-based duo will do their best to flatten some iron and entertain the fans on this rare Friday-Saturday (May 22-23) racing combo.

Gates open at 4:30 p.m., with qualifying at 5:30 and racing underway at 6:30 both nights.

Ticket are $22.50 each night for adults, $20 for seniors/youth (age 13 to 18), $12 for military with ID and children (age seven to 12), or $55 for a family of two adults and four children.

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