Soapbox racing has returned to Portishead for the first time in 60 years.
Thirty five teams signed up to the event on Sunday July 16. Each team raced along a 400 metre track down the town's Esplanade.
The course featured a number of obstacles and ramps.
The idea for the race came from local men Ben Knowles and Sam Garland.
Here is what Sam had to say about the event:
The karts used must be handmade and have three or four wheels. The racers were encouraged to wear fancy dress to the event.
Here are a few of the best bits: