At the biggest race of the year, the Langley Quarter Midget Association on 8th Ave. in Aldergrove showed the participating Canadians and Americans how to celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday with a huge Canadian flag in the infield.

Quarter Midget racers’ Maple Leaf was ‘outstanding’

Canada’s 150th Birthday celebrated with a huge Canadian flag in the infield

At the biggest race of the year, the Langley Quarter Midget Association (LQMA) on 8th Avenue in Aldergrove showed the participating Canadians and Americans how to celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday with a huge Canadian flag in the infield.

The July 1st, 2017 Region race was a great success, and had 186 cars registered.

The LQMA has been active in Aldergrove for 37 years now. The 1/20 mile track features racing just for kids aged four and a half to 16 years old.

Visit www.lqma.ca for the LQMA race schedule and come see the kids race.

From July 22 to 29 the WQMA hosts the Western Grands in Washington State at Monroe.

In August the LQMA hosts Points Race #4 and 5 with Qualifying on Saturday the 12th, followed by the Heats on Sunday the 13th.

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