Mission Raceway Park plays host to the SMS-K RENTS Smoke, Fire & Thunder event from Aug. 23-25. / File Photo

Smoke, Fire & Thunder returns to Mission Raceway Park

The annual event takes place Aug. 23-25.

Feel the heat, feel the boom, and watch some crazy fast (and just plain crazy) cars race to get into the qualifying rounds and take home the title.

Mission Raceway Park is again hosting the annual SMS-K RENTS Smoke, Fire & Thunder event from Aug. 23-25.

This event is one of the most well attended and successful events at MRP and organizers have ramped it up this year with a new, never seen at Mission, jet truck coming to put on a show. With 18,000 HP and over 36,000 lbs of thrust the Bone Shaker jet truck is one of a kind and something you do not want to miss.

There will also be Derick Snelson returning with a new look to his jet funny car and Mark Stevens will be attending with his wild jet dragster.

Crowd favorite Ed “the Outlaw” Jones will be bringing the wheel standing, fire-breathing Jelly Belly fire truck and in the lane beside him will be Rick Markham with his iconic Chevrolet pickup dubbed “One Night Stand.”

There will also be pro mods, top fuel Harleys, Outlaw 10.5, BDL Automotive X275, 604 Top Street and many other classes in attendance.

Make sure to bring the whole family and enjoy some wild, loud, crazy fun!

Note: Jet cars snd wheel standers will only be running on Saturday.

For more information, visit missionraceway.com.

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