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Rubber scorcher for final of drag meet at Carnell Raceway

The drag cars will be hitting the track at Carnell Raceway.
The drag cars will be hitting the track at Carnell Raceway. Daniel Elliott

TYRES will scorch the road and smoke from burning rubber will fill the air at Carnell Raceway.

Stanthorpe and District Sporting Car Club will hold a drag racing meet this coming Saturday.

This will be a day meet, with gates opening at 10am and racing from noon-6pm.

Organisers are expecting a good turnout of cars as this will be the final drag meet of the year and everyone is welcome to come and enjoy the action.

Cost is $50 to race, $10 for spectator entry and children 15 and under will be admitted free.

There will also be hot food, ice-cold drinks, tea, coffee and a bar will operate.

For more information, phone Rob Brown on 4681 2923 or 0429 812 923, or call Janet Rigg on 4681 4037 or 0427 588 901.

Topics:  carnell raceway, cars, drag racing, motor sports, stanthorpe




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