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Title:
Import Face-Off
When:
01.06.2014
Where:
Kent, WA
Category:
Drag Racing

Description

pasmag import faceoff pacific raceways kent washington june 1 2014 event

Import Face-Off
June 1, 2014
Pacific Raceways. Kent, WA
http://www.pacificraceways.com

 

DATE AND TIMES:
6/1/14 from 11am to 6pm. Car show registration from 9am to 12pm, judging begins at 11, awards ceremony around 5:30. Race registration starts at 9am, heads up qualifying at 11:00 and 12:00. Eliminations around 1.

 

EVENT ACTIVITES:
Car/truck/bike show, 1/4 mile drag racing, Usaci double points stereo crank it up contest, burnout contest (time permitting), vendors, pit midway, and live DJ.

 

PRICES:
All spectator tickets and competitor registration forms can be bought on the day of the show at the front gate. Visit the link below to purchase your tickets in advance. Use promo code "IFO" to receive $3 off spectator admission and $5 off competitor registration (race or show). All who purchase tickets in advance will also receive a free trial subscription to PASMAG: http://tickets.thefoat.com/ImportFaceOff

Spectator $20 ($17 with flier at gate) *fliers printed off computer OK to use - right click on flyer image, print (B&W OK). Coupon only good for spectator admission.Children 10 and under FREE

Car Show Entry $30 (does not include free passenger pass). *Note, IFO only charges $30 per car show entry, not $50 to $60 like other events that claim to give a "free" passenger pass.

Test and Tune Drag Racer $30 (open to any make/model)

Competition Drag Racer $30 (imports and sport compacts only)

Burnout Contest FREE

Stereo Crank It Up Info: 479-365-8722 or www.SoundOff.org

 

For more info, go HERE

Venue

Venue:
Pacific Raceways
City:
Kent, WA

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