SONOMA RACEWAY’S POPULAR Wednesday Night Drags program continues every Wednesday evening through Nov. 13, and includes the motorsport of drifting and the featured “Top the Cops.” Designed to help take illegal racing off the streets and bring it to a safe, legal and controlled environment, the “Top the Cops” program allows high school students the opportunity to drag race against law enforcement officers, who will be driving their squad cars. The Wednesday Night Drags are open to anyone with a driver’s license, who can race any vehicle or motorcycle they bring to the world-famous quarter-mile drag strip, provided it passes a simple tech inspection. Gates open for “Drag and Drift” at 3:30, time runs begin at 4, and the racing takes place from 6:30 to 10 p.m. – drifting from 4 to 10 p.m. – with the Wednesday Night Drags cost being $25 for competitors, $15 for students with a high school ID and $10 for spectators. The drifting costs are $40 with pre-registration and $50 at the gate. For more details or for general Sonoma Raceway information, call 800-870-RACE (7223) or visit, or Camping is also available for all major events.


SONOMA VALLEY TENNIS Association’s junior tennis program for boys and girls ages 4 to 11 will take place on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays through Nov. 2, at the Maxwell Farms Regional Park courts. To sign up for more details, contact Felipe Monroy at 916-879-0212 or The STVA will host a one-day USTA NorCal sanctioned mixed doubles tournament on Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Maxwell Park courts. To register or for more details, contact Noel Barbulesco at 938-1274, 364-9211 or email


NAPA VALLEY RUGBY is offering “touch” rugby starting at 6 p.m. every Thursday night at Kennedy Park, 2295 Streblow Dr., Napa, with a barbecue to follow, for players and rugby enthusiasts of all ages and experience. Anyone interested can contact Valley coaches Paul Hughes at 732-6255, Kevin Brown 933-8445 or email at