1974-11-20
Vol. 2  Issue 45 
   

Trans-AMA Race Cancelled

November 7th 1974

The fifth round of the nine-race Trans-AMA Motocross Series, scheduled for last Sunday at St.  Read More... 


Corona Raceway's Big Double MX Extravaganza

November 8th 1974

Corona Raceway's big double motocross extravaganza got underway once last Friday night, as the Inland Empire High School Motocross League competes on the infield course with the Open competition motocross competing on the tight and fast outside course.  Read More... 


CRC Friday Night MX

November 8th 1974

Jeff Blix, Rick Salmon and Don Hicks

Continuing to present a motocross racing program every Friday night on the International track at Indian Dunes Park, the CRC has stuck right in there through thick and thin.  Read More... 


AME-MX at Spillway Park

November 3rd 1974


An early sign-in (6:30 am to 8:00 am) and practice at eight-racing got under way before nine.  Read More... 


AMC-MX at Orange County International Raceway

November 1st 1974

Bruce McDougal

Hey squids, whats happening man, I'm glad to see that most of you are making an effort in staying up to date on all the local happenings in your area by watching captain kangaroo.  Read More... 


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CRC at Rawhide Park

November 3rd 1974

The four Mini divisions combined to compete in the first race of Sunday's Moto-X race Rawhide Park, sanctioned by California Racing Club.  Read More... 


High School MX at O.C.I.R.

November 9th 1974

Aaron Basset, Ted Hanner and Tom Cross

Things were really super in tonight's High School Motocross race and this was because nine school teams got in the action.  Read More... 


N.B.A Bicycle MX

November 1st 1974

Mother nature did her best to dampen the spirits of the N.  Read More... 


CRC MX at Valley Cycle Park

November 10th 1974

A huge crowd of racers decided that Valley Cycle Park was the place to be this Sunday, as they all came out to race with CRC in their Pussy Cat Grand Prix.  Read More... 


AME MX at Indian Dunes

November 10th 1974

Mike McAtee and Jeff Wright

It would be difficult indeed, if not impossible, to see better motocross racing than that which was held during todays' AME sanctioned program on the Shadow Glen track at Indian Dunes Park.  Read More... 


Dehesa Speedway Motocross

November 10th 1974

A beautiful day and a good turn out of riders made for exciting racing at the first MX race of the winter season at Dehesa.  Read More... 


O.C.I.R.

November 7th 1974

It kind of hard to write this story, you see I'm typing it up at the track right now and the grassy surface which has always proved so super is now attracting a swarm of flies.  Read More... 


DBA Bicycle MX

November 9th 1974



Today was the start of the high point series here at DeAnza on a super nice day for BMX crossin.  Read More... 


3,400 At Irwindale For The CMC Nationals.



Daring Dave Pessy was on the gas totally as he took home a second place finish in the 250 Pro class. Hayt photo.

CMC at Irwindale Raceway
Friday November 8, 1974
By: Buzz
 Baty

The weeks preceding tonight's CMC National Championship Night Motocross were rife with rumor concerning the expected entrants and the size of the spectator attendance.

It is the expressed desire of everyone, all the way from track manager, Steve Evans to announcer, Bruce Flanders, to apologize for their short-sightedness. Although one section of extra grandstands sufficient for 1700 spectators was added to the existing 2000 capacity grandstands for the motocross track, no one had expected the huge turnout that had to be the largest spectator turnout for a night motocross in Southern California with the exception of the Superbowls. The good folks were still coming through the gate an hour after racing had started. You can bet your tutu that the next heavyweight show that Steve and the CMC put on, there will be more seats aplenty. Read More... 


Saturday Saddleback Motocross Racing



George Wegner from Dirt Bike Mag was on the gas in the 500 Int. class as he rode to another win at the Saturday Saddleback races. Corley photo.

SSM at Saddleback Park
Saturday November 9, 1974
By: Tom
 Corley

You know there are alot of consistent racers in this club, guys who find their way onto the top of the results nearly every week. There are others in the Intermediate and Expert classes who are very consistent simply because they dig on the 240 minute motos. The big Inter-AMA stars often come to battle on Saturdays because of this and also because of the coming Trans-AMA here on December 1st. Read More...