November 20, 1974
Vol. 2  Issue 45

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AMC-MX at Orange County International Raceway

Bruce McDougal has been winning all over, as here he is going for the gold at OCIR. Corley photo.
Bruce McDougal has been winning all over, as here he is going for the gold at OCIR. Corley photo.

AMC at Orange County International Raceway
Friday November 1, 1974
The Wasp

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. But there are some of you out there who still can't break the habit of watching romper room! Your going to melt your eyeballs if you don't knock it off soon man!

Well getting along with the article I'm quite sure you've all heard that familier phrase, "rain rain go away, come again some other day", right? Well this Friday turned out to be that other day. The rain fell just a few minutes before the first race of the evening but as we all know a little moisture has never held back the true and devoted motocrosser and tonight was no exception.

In the 125 Pro race it was once again Honda factory sponsored Bruce McDougal on what else but a Honda of course, who just like so many times before aced out the rest of the competition with a perfect 1-1-1 points score for the three motos raced. So what else is new? McDougal's closest competition for the entire night came from Mission Honda's Brad Dutoit (Hon) and Terry Turner (Hon) who is part of the Carlsbad Racing Team. Yet neither one of these Pros could hold a candle next to McDougal whose performance was like it always is, perfect. As it turned out both Dutoit and Turner tied in the overall points score but because Dutoit finished higher up than Turner in the third and final moto he was the one who received the second place finish for the evening while Turner was forced to be content with third.

Sorry for ending this article so soon gang, but I just remembered that romper room is on now and is the one show that I can't afford to miss.

FLASH! U'.To all of you that might be Interested I have just been informed by Bette Lasker, the owner of A.M.C., that the rider gate fee for O.C.I.R. will remain at the original $2.00 mark rather than the increase to $3.00 which was previously stated a week or so back!!! Outasite!!!! Later!!