The first Bracket race of the season was scheduled for June 9 and 10 at Central Alberta Raceways. Due to the rain races were cancelled on June 10. On Saturday June 9, rubber was burned, races completed and winners declared. In the Super Pro class, Derek Payne in his Cami 68 Dart placed first and Jeff Makofka with his 70 Dart came in second. Pro class winner was Roy Keessar with his orange 74 Astre. Wayne Plester in his 62 Impala placed second in that event. The Sportsman class was won by Ward Makofka with his yellow 71 Duster and Dean Watts in his 70 Chevelle placed second. Eight-year-old Berkley Thompson also received a trophy for the Junior Dragster event. Val Browne Photo

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