Sweet times at the Terrace Speedway

The Terrace Speedway’s race season hosted its first race day May 10

  • May. 20, 2015 10:00 a.m.

A Bomber class winner Trevor Reinert’s dad

The Terrace Speedway’s race season saw its first race day May 10, Mother’s Day, and it’s already shaping up to be a good season.

The annual event saw the Thunder Class Fast time set by #51 Kris Sweet with a time of 19.65, proving that rebuilding his truck over the winter paid off.

Sweet went on to win trophy dash, Heat and Main.

The Bomber Class fast time was set by #60 Trevor Reinert with a time of 21.19, thankfully his car didn’t get bent too bad at the end of last year.

B Bomber Class started the season off with Nathan Archer winning the Trophy Dash in Car #114.

Rick Reinert then went on to win the Heat and the Main in Trevor Reinert’s car #60.

And the A Bomber class was swept by Trevor Reinert in car #60.

Fans can now look forward to the annual kid’s weekend June 6 and 7.

This popular event sees drivers give kids rides around the track in their cars during intermission – it’s always fun to see the expression on the kids faces while on the track.

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