Hot ICE racing action to roar into Comcast

This show has ice, fire and speeding motorcycles.

Need we say more?

The “Fire on ICE World Championship ICE Racing” event roars into Comcast Arena on Dec. 15 and this show is hot so better get your tickets fast.

These are some of the fastest motorcycle and quad racers competing in this world championship on state-of-the-art Manufacturers World Cup cycles and the wonderfully unpredictable ICE Unlimited Outlaw Quads or highly modified 4-wheel all terrain vehicles.

Speed mixed with ice equals thrilling entertainment but add another element: fire. One of the events will include a quad ring of fire jump.

Select Amateur Classes will also compete, giving local racers a chance to compete in the spotlight, on ice, in front of their hometown fans, according to press material.

“Fire on ICE World Championship ICE Racing Championship” is at 7 p.m. Dec. 15 at Comcast Arena, 2000 Hewitt Ave., Everett.

Tickets are $15, $20 and $40 with VIP children’s tickets for $8 on sale now. Online at or call 866-332-8499. Ticket prices increase $2 day of show.

The event is presented by Lynnwood Motoplex, the new home of Lynnwood Kawasaki.

Theresa Goffredo: 425-339-3424;

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