Pro-mini racers as seen during 2017’s Thunder Mountain Speedway Stampede weekend. Greg Sabatino photo

Thunder Mountain Speedway ready for Stampede Weekend

Two days of events back by popular demand

Two days of racing is sure to keep the adrenaline pumping this weekend when Thunder Mountain Speedway hosts its annual hit to pass, smoke show and king of the hill Friday, and Stampede Racing All Class Invitational and Tri-City Street Stock Series Race Saturday.

On Friday, the fan favourite hit to pass, smoke show and king of the hill will take centre stage. The pit gate opens at 1 p.m., with the spectator gate opening at 2 p.m. The steelcrushing racing is set to get underway at 6 p.m.

Saturday, the Williams Lake Forestry Supplies/NAPA Street Stocks, bone stocks and pro minis will be in action for the Stampede Racing All Class Invitational.

Drivers from Prince George, Quesnel and Williams Lake will also be vying for the title of Tri-City Street Stock Series Race champion in the lakecity.

Qualifying laps get underway at 5 p.m., with racing to start at 6 p.m.

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