Horsepower Is The Name Of The Game

Horsepower is the name of the game at the Wyndham Harness Racing Club meeting at Young Quinn Raceway in Wyndham this Sunday, 3 February.

Since 2017 the Wyndham Harness Racing Club has held a display of classic cars in conjunction with their February meeting and it has proved to be a huge success. In the first two years
the display has attracted some real gems from American muscle cars to classic British vehicles.

Any owners of classic cars are still able to enter and more information is available from Lindsay Beer (021 351 499) or Bathan Muir (03 206 6334). Cars will be required on site by Race 3
(approx. 1.00pm) on the day when judging will begin to decide the Best Presented car. Marshalls Garage in Wyndham and Salthouse Accommodation, Curio Bay sponsor the event

There will also be free mini jeeps and prizes for the kids throughout the day.

On track the highlight will be the latest heat of the Regent Car Court Southern Country Cup Series.

Previous Classic Car Display at Young Quinn Raceway in Wyndham. Photo: Wild Range Photography

The first race is timed to start at 12.00noon and admission to the course is free.

Prior to Sunday’s meeting at Young Quinn Raceway, the club will host a twilight meeting at the course on Thursday afternoon.

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