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Event 

Title:
CSCS: Race 5
When:
21.09.2014
Where:
Cayuga, ON
Category:
Drag Racing

Description

PASMAG CSCS 2014 Season Finale

CSCS: Race 5 | Cayuga, ON | Sunday, September 21, 2014

Toronto Motorsports Park
1040 Kohler Rd, Cayuga, ON N0A 1E0

Spectators
$20 Gate admission
Kids 12 and under free
Free parking & Pit access

Show & Shine
$15 Pre-registered
$20 at the track
Gate admission additional

Drag Racing
$50 Heads up
$40 Test & Tune
Includes gate admission

Time Attack
$200
(Must Pre-Register*)
Gate admission additional

Drifting
$100
(Must Pre-Register*)
Gate admission additional

http://cscs.ca/cscs-season-finale-september-21st-tmp-cayuga/

Venue

Venue:
Toronto Motorsports Park
City:
Cayuga, ON
Country:
Country: ca

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