Author: denisevaughan

Slingshot was head to head with Crusher, driven by Lewis Cook. A big thank you to Lewis for all his support and new found friendship. An enjoyable day was had by all. Also a big thank you to Hazel for making us welcome.

This was a new venue, for Truckfest, again the weather was good to us. After training Lisa Kelly from Ice Road Truckers jumped in the seat and did slingshot proud,  adding to her many driving skills top job Lisa. Slingshot was surprised by the many fans in Ireland that had been following us. There support…

The weather on both days was surprisingly fine, which produced a great show, for spectators and once again making it a successful weekend for slingshot. Slingshot performed, under driver Alan Vaughan, to his usual high standard.

Alan put on a great performance again, and ended on a donut to be proud of. Thanks goes out to all the staff at the arena as it made it an enjoyable evening. Slingshot in the capable hands of Alan, didn’t let us down and kept the crowd entertained.

We arrived at the Three Counties Showground on the friday night ready for action on the Saturday. Great weather to wake upto on Saturday morning, brill jumping and driving by Alan once again, slingshot couldn’t have sounded better. Sunday was very hot, not alot of shade, slingshot jumped first. Alans first two jumps were awesome….

Slingshot arrived at Peterborough with a refreshed engine ready for the new season. Day one Saturday slingshot seemed ok, but, didn’t seem on song fully.Alan Vaughan performed brilliantly putting the truck through its paces. Saturday night Kevin and Pete decided to strip the engine, oh dear not a good idea. A pushrod was found to…

On the Saturday morning we did a lovely talk about Karl as Newark is our home town. Karl went to the local school at Newark. I know he would be really proud of what we are doing. Alan had a brilliant day clearing cars, and seeing lots of people that knew us. On the last…

We had the call to do a press conference with Slingshot on the Friday so we had to go early to Ireland, Alan was confident he could put on a good show,  he did 3 jumps clearing 5 cars with his last jump and getting his picture in the Sun newspaper. The Saturday was a…

This was a sad occasion on the Saturday as it was the first outing without Karl in the driver’s seat a beautiful tribute was done by Bob from live promotions. Alan then took to the driver’s seat in his first show in front of the public. The weather could not have been better for him…