GRAND BEND, Ont. -
Thu, 9 Jun 2005, 06:25 PM
Winds and Rain Greet Racers at Grand Bend
By Larry Sullivan
Photo copyright 2005 FastNews Network
If It Wasn't Tied Down, It's Gone
Wind & Rain Rearrange Mopar Display
A monsoon-like squall line ripped through the Grand Bend Motorplex Thursday afternoon, giving
racers arriving for the Sixth annual Mopar Parts Canadian Nationals a rude welcome.
Moser Engineering Awning
Torrential rains and strong straight-line winds roared
through the pits around 4 p,m., upending tents and wrapping awnings back over the tops of
The rain stopped after about 45 minutes, presenting race crews with yet another set of
challenges beyond those they face most race weekends.
Quain Stott's Awning
There were no injuries reported and the damage appeared to be limited to things that presented
large sail areas to the wind, mainly awnings and pop-up canopies.
Pop-Up Canopy For Sale, Cheap!
Racing is still scheduled to start at 9 a.m. Friday, but the weather forecasts for the weekend
hint that more of the same kind of weather could return any of the three days of the event.
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