The next stage of the British Truck Racing Championship is being held at Pembrey Circuit in Carmarthenshire this weekend.
Ahead of the race, Welsh rugby star Scott Williams converted his on-pitch skills to the race track, to spend some time behind the wheel of one of these turbocharged trucks.
Wales rugby star Scott Williams got behind the wheel of a turbocharged truck - ahead of the British Truck Racing Championship in Pembrey this weekend.
He was shown how to do it by pro driver Stuart Oliver, before the 23-year-old Scarlets centre had a go himself.
He got up to speed quickly - clocking laps just six seconds slower than the pros - but also had a bit of an 'off' onto the grass - as this video shows from both outside and inside the truck.
Our reporter Alexandra Lodge spoke to him afterwards.
As a severe storm heads towards Wales, Pembrey has already experienced a gust at 80mph. James will have all the details on the storm's track and severity just before half past 12 today.
The storm also coincides with the 100th anniversary of a tornado that swept through Wales. See how it's remembered by clicking here
The A484 is closed in both directions after an accident between the B4317 (Pembrey) and the B4308 (Kidwelly). Police are directing traffic.
Disabled children in West Wales have been given the opportunity to fly at a special charity event at Pembrey air field.
The Douglas Bader Braves Organisation held the event this afternoon for the first time in Wales.