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Free Car Show at the 100th Anniversary Corona Grand Race

Food trucks, live music, pinewood derby race, and more

Annette Carrion
Sep 3, 2013

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• September 14th at the Anniversary Corona Grand Race, CA
• Free to the public
• Attractions include food trucks, live music, derby race, and more
• All years, makes, and models welcome for the car show

On September 14th, at City Park in Corona, CA the 100th Anniversary Corona Grand Race will take place from 10am-4pm. The event is free to the public and will consist of a car show, various food trucks, live music, pinewood derby race, and more. Although there won’t be any racing, the event will celebrate the Corona Road Races, which were held in in 1913, ’14 and ’16.

The city of Corona is currently seeking entrants for the car show. All years, makes, and models are welcome. To participate, entrants must register and pay $20 if registered before September 7th or $25 the day of the event.

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To register, go to: www.WorldClassMotoring.com.

For additional information on the car show, email coronacarshow@yahoo.com

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