Rallycross running at Hope Sports Bowl

The next rallycross event in Hope will run on June 9

Fourteen competing drivers, plus volunteers and fans from across B.C. and Washington, participated in the May 11 rallycross at the Hope Sports Bowl.

The event was organized by Western Canada Rally Association and Hope NAPA generously provided sponsorship in the form of prizes.

The next rallycross in Hope will run on June 9.

• Fastest time of the day went to Alex K. with a run time of 00:23.06. NAPA’s prize was a multimeter.

• 1st Overall went to Alex K., with a time of 2:21.44. NAPA’s prize was a drill bit set and a NAPA baseball cap.

• 2nd Overall went to Scott T., with a time of 2:26.80. NAPA’s prize was a flashlight and a NAPA baseball cap.

• 3rd Overall went to Greg P., with a time of 2:32.66. NAPA’s prize was a drill bit set and a NAPA baseball cap.

Taisto Heinonen,


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