Lincoln school to host motoring world record attempt

A Lincoln school will host a world record attempt next month, based around a parade of three-wheeled cars.

On May 24, Lincoln Castle Academy grounds will help create the world’s longest three-wheeled car parade, coinciding with its Summer Gala.

The aim is to have at least 100 three-wheelers at the event, concluding with a parade of the vehicles leaving the ground through the car park.

During the event, owners can display the cars for visitors attending the gala, who will the vote for the “Best in Show”.

Business Studies teacher and motoring writer Keith Jones said: “Three-wheelers have tended to have a maligned reputation over the years, so we created this event to celebrate the diversity of tri-cars and their passionate owners.

“Morgan’s re-launch of its own three-wheeler (pictured) confirms these cars’ appeal is growing not declining.

“Our annual Summer Gala is the perfect opportunity for Lincoln Castle Academy to show off its ‘can do’ enterprising attitude by making a bold attempt to set a world record.”

Anyone wanting to take part in the World record attempt with their car should contact Keith Jones by email, or phone Lincoln Castle Academy on 01522 529203.