Pierre Amado and his wheel standing Duster from Kitimat won the King of the Hill drag race on Sunday. The first races of the season for the Terrace Drag Racing Association had just the Friday street legals and Sunday races, with Saturday rained out at the airport. (Ed Evans photo)

Kitimat winner at first Terrace drags of the season

The season opener was rained out Saturday, but races went through Sunday with one wet delay

Kitimat racer Pierre Amado and his wheel standing Duster won the King of the Hill drag race on Sunday.

The first Terrace drag races just had the Friday street legals and Sunday races, since Saturday’s racing was rained out at the airport.

The Sunday King of the hill winner was Pierre Amado, with Mike McNeice in second and Aaron Baverstock third.

As for Junior Dragster races, first place went to Logan Calkins, second to Shelby Peterson and third was Delaney Ribeiro.

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