Drag races are on

The Sunshine Coast Drag Racing Association (SCDRA) has received approval from Vancouver Coastal Health and the District of Sechelt for the Aug. 9 drag race at Sechelt Airport. This event will be limited to a maximum of 50 participants. There will be no spectators or pit crew. Drivers only! 

To participate, you must have current and paid up SCDRA membership. Cost to race is $50.  

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If you aren’t a member it’s easy to join the SCDRA. Membership is $50 and registration forms can be found at scdraonline.demotest.ca/. For new members the cost is $100 ($50 membership, $50 cost to race).

Pre-registration is now open until noon on Saturday, Aug. 8. Late registration is available until 9 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 9. There is an additional $30 fee for late registration. Once 50 participants are signed up, there will be no additional registration. Racers should not assume there will be space available on race day. There will likely be delays processing late registrations. 

To secure participation at these events, email cnaustin@telus.net along with the completed membership registration and/or tech form.

COVID-19 protocols are to be followed at this event. If you are experiencing any signs of illness, no matter how mild, please don’t attend.

If you have questions, please contact Richard Austin at cnaustin@telus.net or 604-230-5067.

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