Langley racers wheel into Mission

Langley’s Steve Hocaluk will be racing his Van Diemen RF89 during the Sports Car Club of B.C.’s 20th Anniversary Celebration race weekend.

As well, Langley driver Cherie Storms will be racing her Mazda 2  

The event takes place this Saturday to Monday, Aug. 30 to Sept. 1, at Mission Raceway.

The Sports Car Club of B.C. will be celebrating 20 years of road racing at Mission Raceway with six races on all three days.

The Sports Car Club’s message has always been “Road Racing not Street Racing, Take it to the Track”

The two Langley drivers will be competing with more than 125 racers from B.C., Washington, and Oregon in both open wheel (formula cars) and closed wheel (sports cars and sedans) races from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. all three days

More information can be had at www.sccbc.net.

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