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Racers High Performance Auction and Trade Show

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The Racers High Performance Auction and Trade Show was held in Wichita Falls Saturday.

This annual one day event started back in 1985 and offered an extreme sprint car simulator, along with tow rigs, engines, go-carts and other machines the whole family was able to enjoy.

"The racer's auction is basically just a big sale of used parts, some new stuff for big cars and things like that. We also have the Lone Star Cart Nationals coming up here in 3 weeks on February 21st. There are go-cart items out here for sale that people can sell and buy," said Racer's Auction Promoter Todd Hrncirick.

The trade show and auction was held at the J.S. Bridwell Agricultural Center in Downtown Wichita Falls from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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