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Remote racers hit the track

Colin Roussel of the Penticton Radio Control Club works on one of his vehicles during a break in the racing action at the group
Colin Roussel of the Penticton Radio Control Club works on one of his vehicles during a break in the racing action at the group's indoor track facilities located at 375 Warren Ave. East. The group gets together several times a month and spectators are welcome.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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