Starting Friday, July 6 to Sunday, July 8, Central Alberta Raceways offered everything a racing fan could want, from Oval racing to Bracket. Winners of the Bracket races on Saturday, July 7 were as follows. Super Pro, Jeff Makofka, Pro class, Dan Kyncl, Sportsman, Andy Hockin and Jr. Dragster was won by eight-year-old Berkley Thompson. Pictured during an elimination run for the pro class, are in the right lane Doug Swan with his 1970 Duster and in the left lane, John Browne in his Mighty Mouse 1971 Vega. Bracket race winners on Sunday, July 8 were as follows Super Pro, Jeff Makofka, second win in two days. Pro class John Browne, Sportsman, Andy Hockin, his second win in two days, Jr. Dragster was Berkley Thompson, second win in two days and Bike/Sled winner was Ron Porret. Some of these racers are going to need new shelves to display all their trophies. Val Browne Photo Val Browne Photo

Lots of races happening last weekend at Central Alberta Raceways

Local drivers bring home trophies

Local drivers bring home trophies

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