Speed thrills

The inaugural race of the 2011 season for the Wine Country Racing Association had 46 registered cars.

  • May. 18, 2011 10:00 a.m.

Steve Clement of Penticton driving his black 1997 Skidoo gets a jump on Warren Brown of Oliver on his Kawasaki motorcycle in the finals of the Wine Country Racing Association races in Osoyoos Sunday.

The inaugural race of the 2011 season for the Wine Country Racing Association had 46 registered cars. The winners are as follows:

*Sportsman  Warrior — Ken Holmes of Grand Forks driving his Red 78 Trans Am defeated Don Anderson of Summerland driving his Yellow 71 Porsche

*Sportsman BracketWalt Pearce of Twisp WA driving his Blue 32 Chev Coupe defeated Tom Hansum of Penticon driving his Red 04 Chevy Silverado

*Pro BracketVic Kienas of Grand Forks driving his Red 70 Pinto defeated Kayle Shaw of Penticton driving his White 80 Chevy PU

*Bike/SledSteve Clement of Penticton Driving his Black 1997 Skidoo defeated Warren Brown of Oliver driving his Green 02 Kawasaki MC

*Fastest Reaction TimeSteve Clement of Penticton driving his Black 1997 Skidoo cut a .500 light – a perfect light. The next race is scheduled for May 29 at the Richter Pass Motorplex in Osoyoos. For more information go

to www.winecountryracing.ca.

 

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