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Racers cheer on their teammates while taking turns driving a virtual sprint car during the annual Danny Dawson Memorial Virtual Sprint Car Invitational on Saturday.  The event, which took place at the Westfort Prosvita Hall, was in aid of the  Brain Injury Association of Thunder Bay and Area, which is an affiliate of the Ontario Brain Injury Association.
(Sandi Krasowski)
Racers cheer on their teammates while taking turns driving a virtual sprint car during the annual Danny Dawson Memorial Virtual Sprint Car Invitational on Saturday. The event, which took place at the Westfort Prosvita Hall, was in aid of the Brain Injury Association of Thunder Bay and Area, which is an affiliate of the Ontario Brain Injury Association. (Sandi Krasowski)

“There’s a lot of good people, good racing, good prizes, a good time and all for a good cause,” said Zachary Roy, secretary of the Working the Legacy Danny Dawson Inc. Foundation.
That is what took place at the Westfort Prosvita Society Hall on Saturday as people turned out for the Danny Dawson Memorial Virtual Sprint Car Invitational.
Foundation president Gayle Dawson said they have raised more than $50,000 in the eight years of the event.

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