Patrick Wilson races his Van Diemen Formula Continental. Wilson is among the drivers taking part in the Sports Car Club of B.C’s (SCCBC) Mission Hospice charity race weekend at Mission Raceway Park July 15 and 16. Brent Martin photo

Langley driver part of Mission Hospice charity race weekend

Action at Mission Raceway Park runs Saturday, July 15 and Sunday, July 16

  • Mon Jul 10th, 2017 3:40pm
  • Sports

Patrick Wilson will put his driving skills to the test this weekend at Mission Raceway Park.

In his Van Diemen Formula Continental, the Langley driver with be racing the park’s road course this Saturday and Sunday (July 15 and 16), during the Sports Car Club of B.C’s (SCCBC) Mission Hospice charity race weekend.

Wilson in his No. 17 car will be competing in the feature race for the Northwest Formula Continental championship.

Racers from B.C., Alberta, and Washington state will be at Mission Raceway all weekend long.

The SCCBC event is in support of the Mission Hospice Society, and will feature races for all classes including modified sedans and sports cars, open wheel (formula), and sports racing cars. Vintage race cars will also be racing on Sunday.

The feature race of the weekend will be the Northwest Formula Continental series.

About Mission Hospice Society

The society has been providing compassionate care and support to the dying and bereaved since its founding in 1985. Fundraising is very important to the society because it provides its services free of charge.

There will be a variety of fun charity activities during both days including hot laps in exotic sports cars for a donation to the Mission Hospice Society.

All you have to do is purchase your ride tickets to enjoy a few laps around the track and get to meet our local race drivers.