Spokane Festival of Speed gathers motorsport community
Last updated 6/9/2022 at 9:45am
AIRWAY HEIGHTS- Sixty cars, some capable of reaching speeds upward of 170 mph, raced sped around the 2.25-mile-long track at Qlispé Raceway Park (QRP) last weekend, competing in the 10th annual OVREN Spokane Festival of Speed (SFS).
The three-day-long event saw races in seven categories, including vintage cars, large-bore productions, road racers, formulas and sports racers over 1600cc.
Some spectators seated on a small hill in the middle of the tracks got an up-close look of the action.
Karen Salvaggio, a privateer, has been racing for 40 years. It was her sixth Spokane Festival of Spee...
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