1975-01-22
Vol. 3  Issue 1 
   

Draz, Harper, Haugh - Indian Dunes Champs - AME - Indian Dunes Championships - Race 1

December 21st 1974

Don Draz, Willy Harper, Dave Haugh

Dave Haugh (Bul), Kenny Zahrt (Bul) and Don Draz (Hon) all got off to an explosive start at today’s first race of the Indian Dunes Motocross Championships sanctioned by American Motocross Enterprises.  Read More... 


Draz, Harper, Haugh - Indian Dunes Champs - AME - Indian Dunes Championships - Race 2

December 28th 1974

Will Harper, Russ McAfee, Kevin Tucker

Mother Nature burst liquid sunshine around the Dune’s Shadow Glen circuit, leaving the trade into an impassable muck for the entire day.  Read More... 


Draz, Harper, Haugh - Indian Dunes Champs - AME - Indian Dunes Championships - Final Race

May 4th 1975


This was it.  Read More... 


CMC-MX at Carlsbad Raceway

December 22nd 1974

The races today at Carlsbad were full of big name riders.  Read More... 


395 Cycle Park

December 22nd 1974


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AME-MX at Carlsbad Raceway

December 29th 1974

Saturday night it rained and rained and rained and rained.  Read More... 


Another View of AME-MX at Carlsbad Raceway

December 29th 1974

George Corcoran

Couldn’t find one rider that will ever complain about racing on a hard dusty course after surviving today’s AME “mudo-cross”.  Read More... 


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RTMC Motocross at Carlsbad Raceway

December 14th 1974



There are days when you are down, bored out of your head, that day is usually Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.  Read More... 


AMC-MX at Carlsbad Raceway

December 15th 1974

Have you noticed? Noticed what? Have you ever noticed how the year has gone by so fast? It all seems too short, but I guess that's the hidden meaning behind the phrase "gee, time flies when you're having fun.  Read More... 


Draz, Harper, Haugh - Indian Dunes Champs - AME - Indian Dunes Championships - Race 1



The three winners: from the left, Don Draz, Willy Harper, and Dave Haugh. Dave was the odd man out, as he doesn't ride for Revells. Hatounian photo.

AME at Indian Dunes
Saturday December 21, 1974
By: Chris
 Hatounian

Dave Haugh (Bul), Kenny Zahrt (Bul) and Don Draz (Hon) all got off to an explosive start at today’s first race of the Indian Dunes Motocross Championships sanctioned by American Motocross Enterprises. All three effectively dominated both of their moto’s, giving them the point lead in their division toward the championship final of January 4. Haugh has a good chance at taking the Open Pro title if he can perform two more rides, similar to today’s. Kenny Zahrt, fresh from the Trans-AMA series, is well known around the Old Reservation and could easily clinch the 250 title if he shows up for the other two races. Read More... 


Draz, Harper, Haugh - Indian Dunes Champs - AME - Indian Dunes Championships - Race 2



Will Harper leads Russ McAfee and Kevin Tucker into the esses on the Shadow Glen track at Indian Dunes. Hatounian photo.

AME at Indian Dunes
Saturday December 28, 1974
By: Chris
 Hatounian

Mother Nature burst liquid sunshine around the Dune’s Shadow Glen circuit, leaving the trade into an impassable muck for the entire day. It was a grim sight for the riders but the best for the spectators watch the small turnout slosh and slither through the mire. Instead of thinking of the rider’s that finished as finishers, it would have been better to describe them as survivors. Read More... 


Draz, Harper, Haugh - Indian Dunes Champs - AME - Indian Dunes Championships - Final Race



Things got a touch tight in the first corner for this bunch of 125 riders during the Indian Dunes Championships. Hatounian photo.

AME at Indian Dunes
Sunday May 4, 1975
By: Chris
 Hatounian

This was it. The final race that would determine the Champion of his or her class. The last two races have been hectic for some, while others have had an easy go at a championship win. All I can say is all the rider’s that participated in the event really put all they had into it and they all were awarded with prizes such as oil, gloves, leathers, tuning plus much more. Read More...