The West Coast Vintage Racers

West Coast Vintage Racers Return to Agassiz Speedway

The race scheduled for this Saturday features pirates, princesses, and vintage racers

This Saturday, June 20, the Agassiz Speedway will be the place to be for fans of any age.

The race scheduled for this Saturday evening is one of our annual favourites – the Pirate and Princess Day where children dress up in their finest as a pirate or princess. All the kids receive prizes and have fun dressing up at the same time.

We are also excited to have the West Coast Vintage Racers return for their second year.

This racing group races with vintage race cars travel across the continent. They keep racing history and themselves alive.

Fans, don’t miss out on bringing the kids for fun and enjoying part of racing history! For more information, see www.agassizspeedway.com

Leslie McKellar

Agassiz Speedway

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