Drag racers preparing for season-ending race

The Terrace Drag Race Association (TDRA) have confirmed a late-September meet for a season-ending weekend points race.

After having their last few events cancelled, the Terrace Drag Race Association (TDRA) have confirmed a late-September meet for a season-ending weekend points race.

Friday, Sept. 26, Saturday, Sept. 27 and Sunday, Sept. 28 are the go-ahead dates for the association with Friday night hosting the street-legal races similar to the races the club successfully hosted earlier this summer. Gates at the Terrace Airport open at 6 p.m. and racing starts at 7 p.m.

Time trials and bracket racing will be held on Saturday and Sunday starting at 10 a.m., races to be scheduled under the points series.

Terrace Drags were originally scheduled to host a race weekend from Sept. 6-7 as well as mid-August, but both meets were never realized. Hot August Nights was the last time Terrace Drags and the North Coast came together at the Terrace airport.

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