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Father and son pair create carnage on national television

 Published on: 22nd May 2018   |   By: Jason Allen   |   Category: Uncategorized

A father and son pair from Rickmansworth reached the final of a national television extreme racing show, after creating a weaponised car.

Philip Hatton and his son Matthew stormed through to the final of Sky One’s Carnage after they appeared in the first episode of television show on Sunday, May 6.

The show, hosted by Former England cricketer Freddie Flintoff, rapper Lethal Bizzle and Capital FM presenter Vick Hope, will feature around 30 cars throughout the series, all specially made and customised to scrap it out in the desert.

The last car standing after all the challenges will be crowned the champion.

Philip and Matthew’s car Hellraiser, constructed using five tonnes of armoured steel, made a very impressive debut on the show.

In the first episode they were drawn against other teams, including a pink unicorn driven by an army soldier and a giant ice cream truck fitted with paint cannons.

Philip, whose team also features his brother, Paul said he was glad to representing Rickmansworth and Herts in the finals.

Carnage can be seen on Sky One on Sunday evenings at 8pm.

Picture courtesy of Sky 

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