A car being used in the new Disney television series called Fast Layne. (Colleen Flanagan/THE NEWS)

Disney TV series shot in Maple Ridge

The first season of Fast Layne was on location at Lougheed Tire

Season one of FAST LAYNE, a new Disney television series is being shot in Maple Ridge.

Cast and crew had taken over Lougheed Tire along Lougheed Highway at Laity Street on Tuesday, when a futuristic-looking orange car drew attention from passersby.

The production is being directed by Hasraf Dulull, while executive producers are Brian Hamilton and Travis Braun, and the producer is Ian Hay.

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