Thunder Mountain Speedway racers hit the pavement Sunday, May 14 for the first race in the local point series.
The event, originally scheduled to be held Saturday night, was rescheduled to Sunday due to the rain.
Drivers competed in Bone Stock, Thunder, Heartland Toyota Pro Mini and Street Stock dashes, heats and main events.
In the Bone Stock Mini events, fast time of the day went to Donny Kunka. Jason Howlett (Quesnel), took the trophy dash and the heat, while Kunka closed out his evening with a win in the main event.
Returning champion in the Thunder Stock class Jesse Fisher didn’t disappoint, winning both the heat and the main event. Fast time for Thunder Stocks went to John Haynes, while Tim Westwick took the trophy dash checkered flag.
In the Heartland Toyota Pro Mini races, Tim Roberts took three out of four titles. Roberts won fast time, the heat and the main event, while Marius Dunford claimed the trophy dash win.
Finally, in Street Stocks, fast time went to John Plumb. Bob Lowen went on to win the trophy dash and the heat races, while Arnie Kunka won the main event.
Next up at Thunder Mountain Speedway is the Heartland Toyota 100 featuring the ARCA West OK Tire Series and the Bone Stock and Heartland Toyota Pro Mini Invitational on May 28.
Williams Lake drivers Ryley Seibert and Garnet Grimard are part of the ARCA West OK Tire Series and will be in action at the event.