Langley driver revving up for Ronald McDonald House

Langley driver Colin Hansen will be racing in his Mustang Cobra this Friday and Saturday (July 12-13) during the “Race for the House” event at Mission Raceway in support of Ronald McDonald House BC.

The weekend will feature some of the best wheel-to-wheel racing action in the Pacific Northwest, with both open wheel (formula) and closed wheel (sedans).

The feature race for the weekend will be the fifth Family Affair Racing Team Formula Vee Invitational.

Highlights include the “Hot Laps for Kids” (in which fans, families and kids can purchase two hot laps in a high performance car, driven by a professional driver with all proceeds going to Ronald McDonald House BC), a poker tournament, and a 50/50 raffle with proceeds going to support seriously ill children and their families.

Practice, qualifying and racing runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Tickets are $10 per person or $25 per carload of four people or more.

Mission Raceway is located at 32670 Dyke Rd. in Mission. More information is available by clicking here and here.

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