A big sibling rivalry took center stage as the 2021 Redwood Acres Raceway season got under way on Saturday night.
With fans allowed in attendance for the first time in 21 months, more than 1,000 of them showed up for an exciting night of action that featured all five divisions.
Among the big winners on the night was Raquel Krupa, who took first in the Bombers division.
Raquel, the 2019 division champion, beat out younger brother Tyler Krupa for the checkered flag, with older brother Jordan Krupa in third.
In the Late Models division, meanwhile, Luke Hall took first, with Ryan Walters second and David Miller in third.
Jeremiah Martin placed first in the Roadrunners main event, with Brian Brandt in second and Joe Natale in third.
In the Mini Stocks, Eric Oferral was first, with Sam Brown in second and CJ Dalton third, while in the Legends division, Brandon White was first, with Chris Lawrence in second and Brett Murrell third.
For more a complete report on the weekend racing, visit RacinTheAcres.com.
The season continues on May 15, with the Roadrunners, Mini Stocks, Bombers and Legends all scheduled to compete on a night that will be sponsored by Mid-City Motor World.