Racers burn through Hot August Nites

The Hot August Nites drag races in Terrace, B.C. were again part of the annual sports blitz during Riverboat Days.

Jason Schlosser and John Symes ready to race at the Hot August Nites drags on Sunday.


Super Pro:

1)  Paul Soares

2) Clint Dalla Vecchia

3) Steve Burkett



1) Ted Moon

2) Dana Amado

3) Larry Craig


Bikes & Sleds:

1) John Symes

2) Chris Rego

3) Robin Kilgren


Jr. Dragster:

1) Quinn Amado

2) Delaney Ribeiro

3) Logan Calkins

Tom Burbee burns rubber at the Sunday races, July 31.


Super Pro:

1) Ted Moon

2) Tom Burbee

3) Ryan McDonald



1) Ed Hildebrandt

2) Jeremiah Wiebe

3) Jeremy McBride


Bikes & Sleds:

1) Ian Barriford

2) John Symes

3) Matthew Christiansen


Jr. Dragster:

1) Quinn Amado

2) Delaney Ribeiro

3) Logan Calkins


Quick 8:

1) Jeremy Arthur Soares

2) Paul Soares

Above is Paul Soares talking to his son Brodie Soares as he waits in the dragster for his race.

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