Custom built vehicles and powerful motorbikes will be attempting to break World land speed records this weekend at Pendine Sands.
Businessman Zef Eisenberg is attempting to beat the current sand speed record of 184mph (296 km/h) on his turbine bike, just over a year after he says he nearly died trying to break the land speed motorbike record.
Mr Eisenberg crashed last year and had to be flown to hospital by air ambulance, he broke 11 bones and suffered temporary blindness. After the crash he said:
To celebrate his year anniversary since the crash Mr Eisenberg competed in the Elvington airfield Straightliners event seeing him return to the same runway, bike and team.
In May 2016, he broke his own World Land Speed Record for the fastest turbine bike, with a top speed of 376.9km/h
Now, this weekend he'll attempt the sand speed record.
The event is taking place all weekend.