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Mission Raceway Park

Mission Raceway Park is a complex consisting of a 1/4 mile dragstrip, a road course, and a motocross course located near Mission, British Columbia. The facility is owned by the B. C. Custom Car Association, and the BCCCA operates the drag strip directly. The road course and motocross tracks are operated independently by other area clubs.

The road course, styled "River's Edge at Mission Raceway Park", is described further Here. The remainder of this page is devoted to the drag strip.

New: 2004-06-23  Last Updated: 2006-02-16

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Historical Note

The original Mission Raceway Park opened in 1965 after 5-6 years of construction activity. Prior to its opening, drag racing had occured at Abbotsford Airport from 1952 until 1957, when the RCAF took over the facility.

This facility operated until 1978, with a motocross track added in 1973. The facility was shut down at the start of an extended fiasco involving the construction of an industrial park and a move to another site. After an extended bout with various Governmental organizations and the Canadian legal system, a new facility finally opened in 1992, incorporating the modern suite of tracks (1/4 mile drag strip, road course, and motocross track.)

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Mission Raceway Park
Dyke Road
Mission, BC, Canada

Mission Raceway Park
P.O. Box 3421
Mission, BC, Canada
V2V 4J5

604-826-6315
604-820-1244

info@missionraceway.com

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Mission Raceway Park is located on the north side of the Frasier River, on Dyke Road just off of Highway 11. This is a short distance south of the marked location on the map.

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