Plenty of racing left in the season at Mission Raceway

September has a full line up of events

Red light! Mission’s racing season isn’t over yet.

Racing fans can get their speed fix before winter sets in.

There are still races to come including:

Sept. 14 – Mopac Auto Supply Street Legal;

Sept. 22-23 – CMDRA All Bike Drags including 604 Top Street, Canada West Doorslammers and Jr Dragsters;

Sept. 28-30 – Friday Test and Tune with BCSSMA, Mopac Auto Supply Friday night Street Legal, then a full weekend of drag racing including NHRA ET Summit Racing, Jr Dragsters, Jr Street, Hot Rod, Super Shifters, Super Combo, Canada West Doorslammers and Saturday night fireworks.

Oct. 5 – There will be one last Mopac Auto Supply Street Legal to close out the 2018 Drag Race Season.

For more visit missionraceway.com.

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