Steve Plater interviews track stars Conor Cummins, Alex Lowes and team boss Jack Valentine in Cedric Ford Pavillion at the Newark Bike Bonanza. The evening's entertainment was completed with a charity trial auction and live music from local band The Limit...
Former racer and tv pundit Steve Plater interviewed race stars Conor Cummins, Alex Lowes and team boss Jack Valentine at the Cedric Ford Pavillion. The venue was packed. This ran to approximately 19.30 when the trial charity auction was held, compered by entertaining duo Dave Craggs and Steve Plater. Treasured helmets and T-shirts were donated by the stars to tempt bidders to dig deep into their pockets.
Later in the evening live band The Limit took over centre stage and played until midnight.
We have another action-packed schedule for today at Newark. See demonstrations and timings below.
Sunday in halls
09.00 Show opens
11.30 Jason O’Halloran on stage in George Stephenson Hall
14.30 Talking racing history with Jason O’Halloran
16.00 Prize giving with guest of honour (George Stephenson Hall stage)
17.00 Show close
09.00 Press Trials start*
10.00 Trials Display Danny Butler (30 mins)
10.30 Fire Brigade demonstration
11.00 Steve Colley – main arena (30 mins)
11.30 GP Pits solos (Sound of Thunder)
12.00 Tyre Challenge/Balance Bike
12.30 Sidecars firing up
13.00 Trials Display Danny Butler (30 mins)
14.00 Steve Colley – main arena (30 mins)
14.30 GP Pits solos (Sound of thunder)
15.00 Trials Display Danny Butler (30 mins)
15.30 Racing Sidecars firing up
15.30 Fire Brigade demonstration
17.00 Show closes
* Sunday signing on at 08.00 – briefing at 08.30
Designated areas (see map)
Classic TT Display – all day
Get on Motorcycle Experience – all day
Extreme Wheelie 9am to close
Wall of Death 9am to close
Go Quadz – all day
Extreme Chainsaw 9am to close
Stars interviewed on stage
Live band The Limit perform at Newark
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