MXA WEEKEND NEWS ROUND-UP: SO MANY GOOD CHOICES FOR A MOTOCROSS RACER

FELD’S POSTED DENVER TV SCHEDULE CHANGES AGAIN; THAT’S THREE DIFFERENT TV TIMES IN THREE DAYS

Originally the 2019 Denver Supercross was schedule to be shown Saturday, April 13, at 8:30 p.m. (Eastern  time) or  5:30 p.m. (Pacific time) as shown above. Then, the broadcast time was changed to 7:30 (Eastern time) and 4:30 (Pacific time). Now, in the third time change in the past couple days,  it is scheduled for 8:00 p.m. (Eastern times) and 5:00 p.m. (Pacific time). But that depends on how fast the horses run in the Arkansas Derby. The Denver Supercross will run after the horse race on NBC Sports Channel. We don’t have a clue if your DVD will make these changes for you. Better just stay home all day on Saturday and watch the TV Guide.

2019 AMA SUPERCROSS WINNERS AT A GLANCE

Ken Roczen (94) is the only crowd favorite who hasn’t won an AMA Supercross this season. He has three more chances.

Date               Venue                                            450                                250
Jan. 5……..Anaheim, CA………………..Justin Barcia…………Colt Nichols
Jan. 12…..Glendale, AZ…………………Blake Baggett………Adam Cianciarulo
Jan. 19…..Anaheim, CA…………………Cooper Webb………Shane McElrath
Jan. 26…..Oakland, CA………………….Cooper Webb………Adam Cianciarulo
Feb. 2……San Diego, CA………………..Eli Tomac……………..Adam Cianciarulo
Feb. 9…….Minneapolis, MN………….Cooper Webb………Austin Forkner
Feb. 16…..Arlington, TX………………..Cooper Webb………Austin Forkner
Feb. 23….Detroit, MI…………………….Eli Tomac………………Austin Forkner
Mar. 2……Atlanta, GA……………………Cooper Webb………Adam Cianciarulo
Mar. 9……Daytona Beach, FL……….Eli Tomac………………Austin Forkner
Mar. 16…Indianapolis, IN…………….Marvin Musquin…..Austin Forkner
Mar. 23….Seattle, WA…………………..Marvin Musquin…..Dylan Ferrandis
Mar. 30…Houston, TX………………….Cooper Webb……….Dylan Ferrandis
Apr. 6…….Nashville, TN………………….Eli Tomac……………….Martin Davalos
Apr. 13….Denver, CO…………………
Apr. 27….East Rutherford, NJ…
May 4……Las Vegas, NV……………
450 Points leader……………Cooper Webb (KTM)
250 West points leader…Adam Cianciarulo (Kaw)
250 East points leader…..Austin Forkner (Kaw)

2019 FIM GRAND PRIX WINNERS AT A GLANCE

We never thought Tony Cairoli would lose a GP until Jeffrey Herlings came back from injury, especially not at Valkenswaard, but he did.

Date               Venue                                            450                                250
Mar. 3……. Argentina……………………….Tony Cairoli…………Jorge Prado
Mar. 24……England………………………….Tony Cairoli…………Thomas Kjer Olsen
Mar. 31……Holland…………………………..Tony Cairoli………..Jorge Prado
Apr. 7……….Trentino, Italy………………..Tim Gajser………….Jorge Prado
May 12…….Lombardia, Italy
May 19……..Portugal
May 26…….France
June 9…..…Russia
June 16……Latvia
June 23……Germany
July 7………Palembang, Indo.
July 14……..Semarang, Indo
July 28….…Czech Republic
Aug. 4………Belgium
Aug. 18….…Imola, Italy
Aug. 25….…Sweden
Sept. 8……..Turkey
Sept. 15…..Shanghai, China
Sept. 22…..Hong Kong, China (Canceled)
450 points leader…………..Tony Cairoli (KTM)
250 points leader…………..Thomas Kjer Olsen (Hus)

MXA PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: POLISPORT HAMMER HANDGUARDS

Hammer is the new model on Polisport’s handguards line with one-point-mount for MX and Enduro. With it comes a new universal mounting system developed for simple and quick installation and a perfect fit on crowded handlebars. The HAMMER offers a large plastic shape to protect hands and master cylinder, and 2 positions of horizontal adjustment to allow some level of customization when installed.The minimalist design, with horizontal oriented vents and carbon texturized plastic cover, will match your bike and give it a stylish look. Hammer handguard will be available in Polisport’s special colors – yellow FLO and Nardo Grey.

MXA BIRTHDAYS BOYS: JESSY, BUDDY, JIMMY & LARRY

April 11…Jessy Nelson 1994
April 13…Eric Peronnard
April 14…Chris Brown 1967

BuddyAntunez500April 14…Buddy Antunez 1973
April 16…Keith R. Johnson 1979
April 14…Chris Brown 1967

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April 16…Branden Jesseman 1982
April 16…Shaun Kalos 1971

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April 16…Damien Plotts 1974
April 18…Colt Humphrey 1983

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April 18…Jim Holley 1961

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April 19…Larry Ward 1970

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THE CARS THAT NEVER CAME TO THE LOCAL AUTO MALL


The Yamaha OX99′ suggested retail price was $800,000 (in 1991 dollars).

Yamaha has a long history in auto manufacturing. In 1967 Yamaha built the engines for the Toyota 2000GT (the first Japanese Super Car). In 1984 Yamaha was producing engines for the Ford Motor Company. And, most significantly, Yamaha had an engine in the 1989 Formula 1 West Zakspeed cars, but what you don’t know—is that Yamaha built a Super Car based on what they learned in F1. Most notably, using the 3.5-liter V12 engine.


What Yamaha learned in Formula 1 they applied to the engine for the OX99-11.

The 1991 Yamaha OX99 two-seat sports car (with the passenger in tandem to the driver) featured a wing-like front spoiler, aircraft-style cockpit and protruding engine scoop.  Top speed was 210 miles per hour via a six-speed gearbox. To keep it secret, Yamaha tested the OX99 at night at the Millbrook Proving Ground in England (with F1 GP driver John Watson as a test driver).


Only three OX99-11’s were built.

Only three OX99s were built (a raw aluminum one, a black one and a red one). Yamaha had plans to develop the OX99 as a production car, but in 1994 that idea was discontinued.

maico50034 maico500The 1956 Maico 500 car.

You may have heard of the Maico 501, but don’t confuse it with the Maico 500. Yes, it was an air-cooled two-stroke, but the engine wasn’t made by Maico, but by airplane manufacturer Heinkel. If you had been in the market for a car back in the day, would you have bought a Maico? Maico marketed their line of small cars from 1956 to 1958 (which they inherited when they bought the defunct Champion car company). The Maico 500 was powered by a 452cc, twin-cylinder, 18-horsepower, water-cooled, two-stroke Heinkel engine. The two-door car could hold four people, but it was by no means roomy. Warranty issues doomed the car and production was stopped in 1958. Maico went out of the automobile business in 1958, but continued to manufacture motorcycles through 1986.

1937bsascout1937 BSA Scout

BSA actually starting making cars in 1907, but stopped and started several times (1914, 1921 and 1932). The last BSA car was produced in 1940. Their best known car was the BSA Scout. The Scouts came as two-seat sports cars, four-seat tourers and two-seat coupes. It was a front-wheel drive car, manufactured and sold by a subsidiary of the Birmingham Small Arms Company. It was launched in 1935 with a three-speed tranny, four-cylinder layout, 1075cc engine (out of the previous BSA three-wheeled car). It had a rakish looking body with cut-away doors, luggage space in the tonneau, motorcycle-style fenders and a single-piece windshield. 

bultacolinx3At the 2017 International Motorcycle Show in Milan, Bultaco unveiled the Linx—it’s first automobile.

At the 2017 International Motorcycle Show in Milan, Bultaco unveiled the Linx—it’s first automobile. The Linx hits the scales at 1870 pounds and production is expected to be less than 50 cars per model year. The price will be 100,000 euros ($109,000). The powerplant is expected to be a 2.0 liter turbo from either Audi or Volkswagen. The rear engine roadster does not have a windshield, side windows or roof.  And yes, the exhaust is from Akrapovic. There is talk of turning the Bultaco Linx into an all-electric car.

1970 Montesa Formula 4 race car.

Montesa never made a real car and the only photo of their British Formula IV race car comes from a 1970 newspaper clipping. The driver was Tony Brise, who’s father was the British Montesa importer. Brise, who at the time was a British karting champion, won the 1970 British Formula IV championship in a car equipped with a 250cc Montesa engine. Tony Brise would eventually become a Formula 1 driver. Tony was the protege of World Driving Champion Graham Hill, who was the only driver to have won the Triple Crown of racing — Formula 1 Championship (1962 & 1968), Indianapolis 500 (1966) and 24 Hours of LeMans (1972). The 23-year old Brise raced the Formula 1 series in 1975 for the Embassy-Hill team as Graham Hill’s fill-in driver — and had several top ten finishes. Sadly, Brise was a passenger in a plane flown by friend Graham Hill that crashed short of Elstree Airport (12 miles north of London) on November 30, 1975. Hill, 46, had retired from Formula 1 racing five months earlier.

The 1972 Greeves Invacar.

In 1948, Bert Greeves adapted a motorbike to help of his paralysed cousin, Derry Preston-Cobb, get around town. The idea caught on and, with British government support, Greeves started building the Invacar for soldiers disabled in the Second World War. The British Ministry of Pensions distributed Invacars free to disabled people from 1948 until the 1970s. Early vehicles were powered by an 147cc, air-cooled Villiers engine, but near the end of their run, the Invacar’s had 500cc Puch four-stroke engines. The body was made of fiberglass and most of them were the same shade of blue. Greeves sold thousands of Invacars which helped finance his motocross bikes and race teams.

WHO’S WHO IN AMA SUPERCROSS POINTS AFTER 14 OF 17 ROUNDS

COle Seely 2019 Daytona Supercross-30Cole Seely has had a long season of trying to get up to where he belongs. Cole is currently 7th, but 44 points away from 6th.

CURRENT AMA 450 SUPERCROSS POINTS STANDINGS
(After 14 of 17 rounds)
1. Cooper Webb (KTM)…309
2. Eli Tomac (Kaw)…288
3. Marvin Musquin (KTM)…288
4. Ken Roczen (Hon)…267
5. Blake Baggett (KTM)…238
6. Dean Wilson (Hus)…220
7. Cole Seely (Hon)…176
8. Joey Savatgy (Kaw)…174
8. Justin Barcia (Yam)…154
9. Chad Reed (Suz)…151

Austin Forkner_2019 Detroit Supercross-264Austin Forkner won five of the seven 250 East races, but hurt his knee in Nashville. He has to wait for Sexton or Cooper to run down his slim points lead.

CURRENT AMA 250 EAST SUPERCROSS POINTS STANDINGS
(After 7 of 10 rounds)
1. Austin Forkner (Kaw)…151
2. Chase Sexton (Hon)…148
3. Justin Cooper (Yam)…144
4. Martin Davalos (Kaw)…115
5. Mitchell Oldenburg (Yam)…105
6. Alex Martin (Suz)…105
7. Brandon Hartranft (Yam)…100
8. Kyle Peters (Suz)…98
9. Kyle Cunningham (Hon)…97
10. Jordon Bailey (Hus)…76

Adam Cianciarulo_2019 Houston Supercross-2325Two week ago it looked like Mitch’s boys, Adam Cianciarulo (above) and Austin Forkner, had the 250 East and West titles in the bag. Now the 250 East/West sweep is doubtful. Things change rapidly in Supercross.

CURRENT AMA 250 WEST SUPERCROSS POINTS STANDINGS
(After 8 of 10 rounds)
1. Adam Cianciarulo (Kaw)…182
2. Dylan Ferrandis (Yam)…177
3. Colt Nichols (Yam)…142
4. R.J. Hampshire (Hon)…1263
5. Shane McElrath (KTM)…123
6. Jimmy Decotis (Suz)…112
7. Chris Blose (Hus)…111
8. Cameron McAdoo (Yam)…111
9. Michael Mosiman (Hus)…110
10. Garrett Marchbanks (Kaw)…95

WHO’S WHO IN FIM WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS AFTER 4 OF 19 ROUNDS

Tony Cairoli has a 191-point lead over arch-rival Jeffrey Herlings, but he may have to start worrying about Honda’s Tim Gajser (above)—who went 1-1 in Trentino last Sunday.

2019 FIM 450 WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
(After 4 of 18 rounds)
1. Antonio Cairoli (KTM)…191
2. Tim Gajser (Hon)..175
3. Gautier Paulin (Yam)…142
4. Arminas Jasikonis (Hus)…120
5. Jeremy Van Horebeek (Hon)…113
6. Clement Desalle (Kaw)…112
7. Jeremy Seewer (Yam)…98
8. Shaun Simpson (KTM)…88
9. Julien Lieber (Kaw)…79
10. Arnaud Tonus (Yam)…71

Jorge Prado has won every moto of the 2019 FIM 250 World Championship that he has raced, but he missed the British GP. He has 6 wins out of 8 motos and has gotten to within 20 points of leader Thomas Kjer Olsen.

2019 FIM 250 WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS
(After 4 of 18 rounds)
1. Thomas Kjer Olsen (Hus)…170
2. Jorge Prado (KTM)…150
3. Henry Jacobi (Kaw)…147
4. Ben Watson (Yam)…129
5. Jago Geerts (Yam)…125
6. Tom Vialle (KTM)…121
7. Calvin Vlaanderen (Hon)…107
8. Mitch Evans (Hon)…89
9. Adam Sterry (Kaw)…89
10. Davy Pootjes (Hus)…76

BLOW BY BLOW: THE TIM GAJSER VS. TONY CAIROLI BATTLE IN TRENTINO

MXA TEAM TESTED: FUNNELWEB PYRAMID AIR FILTER

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MSR’s FunnelWeb air filter is made in Australia and is known for its pyramid-like bumps, dome shape and single layer of single-density polyurethane foam. The funny shape has a purpose, as it increases the outer surface area to almost double that of a conventional air filter.

The one-piece, pyramid design provides a larger surface area than most filters. Increased surface area allows less dirt to penetrate the foam. It is easy to get confused about the relationship between filter size and airflow. While the FunnelWeb has twice as much surface area on its outer diameter, thanks to the 203 pyramids on the 2016 KTM filter, it is not any larger where the air filter cage mates to the intake tract. No matter how large the outer surface area, the air still must go through the same size intake tract. But all is not lost. The greater surface area of the FunnelWeb means that the chance of airflow being impeded as the filter gets clogged with dirt is reduced. There are more places for the air to get in, and this translates into longer service intervals.

To get the best seal possible between the air filter and the airbox lip, FunnelWeb injection-molds a urethane seal for a tighter fit to support a layer of dense foam seal between the cage and the airbox. MXA still puts grease on the seal for extra security.

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In MXA’s tests, the FunnelWeb air filter did its job well. We tested it in extreme dust and sand at the back of the pack. There were no signs of dirt bypassing the oiled foam. The larger surface area was a plus on the maintenance side of things, but if there was a performance gain over the stock air filter, our test riders didn’t notice it. Since all filters are made of foam, designers can only change density, layers and shape. FunnelWeb’s choices result in a filter that is durable and long-lasting.

DIGITS? $49.95—www.funnelweb-filter.com

DAKAR RALLY TO MOVE TO SAUDI ARABIA: AFRICA, SOUTH AMERICA & NOW THE MIDDLE EAST

According to numerous reports, the 2020 Dakar rally will move from South America to Saudi Arabia. Dakar has been in South America since 2009. They made the move from Africa after the 2008 Dakar Rally had to be canceled because of terrorist threats in Mauritania. The 2019 Dakar Rally was held exclusively in Peru because surrounding countries were in such financial straights that they could not provide race support. It is rumored that the Saudi government is willing to pay five times the support that South America paid to get the race. The new Dakar would reportedly start in Riyadh in January 2020 and stay in Saudi Arabia for the complete Rally. Saudi Arabia has over a million square miles of desert to work with, plus the Asir mountain range in southwestern Saudi Arabia offers diversity. The official announcement from the ASA organizing body is expected soon.

CLASSIC MOTOCROSS ADS: AUSTIN POWERS 2000 YAMAHA YZ250 AD

Okay, it’s not really Austin Powers, but it is still an International Man of Mystery. Its Jeremy McGrath in Yamaha’s 2000 YZ250 ad.

TAKE A LAP OF SATURDAY NIGHT’S 2019 DENVER SUPERCROSS TRACK: IT’S COOKIE CUTTER

CLASSIC MXA TEST RIDER PHOTO: WHERE MXA TEST RIDERS ARE MADE

Jody’s backyard mini track didn’t thrill his Beverly Hills neighbors, but it was the training ground of a lot of future AMA Pros and MXA test riders—plus it was very pretty.

$10,000 WISECO WORLD TWO-STROKE CHAMPIONSHIP ONE WEEK AWAY

Dust off your two-stroke, ‘cuz there’s a class for everyone. For more info go to www.glenhelen.com

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2019 HAWAIIAN SUPERCROSS ON MAY 11 AT ALOHA STADIUM

Scheduled for one week after the AMA Supercross series ends, they may be able to get some star power on Oahu. For more information go to www.hawaiiansx.com

2019 RACE SCHEDULE: WHERE TO BE AND WHEN TO BE THERE


At last year’s Dubya USA-sponsored World Vet Championship Bojo Gajser won the Over-50 Intermediate class. He is Tim Gajser’s father. Tim is current running second in the 2019 FIM 450 World Championships. This year’s World Vet is on November 2-3.

2019 AMA SUPERCROSS SERIES
Jan. 5…………………………….Anaheim, CA
Jan. 12………………………….Glendale, AZ
Jan. 19………………………….Anaheim, CA (3-moto race)
Jan. 26………………………….Oakland, CA
Feb. 2……………………………San Diego, CA
Feb. 9…………………………..Minneapolis, MN
Feb. 16………………………….Arlington, TX
Feb. 23………………………….Detroit, MI (3-moto race)
Mar. 2……………………………Atlanta, GA (250 E/W Shootout)
Mar. 9……………………………Daytona Beach, FL
Mar. 16………………………….Indianapolis, IN
Mar. 23………………………….Seattle, WA
Mar. 30………………………….Houston, TX (3-moto race)
Apr. 6……………………………Nashville, TN
Apr. 13………………………….Denver, CO
Apr. 27………………………….East Rutherford, NJ
May 4……………………………Las Vegas, NV (250 E/W Shootout)

2019 FIM MOTOCROSS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 3…………………………… Argentina
Mar. 24……………………………England
Mar. 31……………………………Holland
Apr. 7………………………………Trentino (Italy #1)
May 12…………………………….Lombardia (Italy #2)
May 19…………………….……..Portugal
May 26……………………………France
June 9…………………………….Russia
June 16…………………………..Latvia
June 23…………………………..Germany
July 7……………………………..Palembang (Indonesia #1)
July 14……………………………Semarang (Indonesia #2
July 28……………………………Czech Republic
Aug. 4…………………………….Belgium
Aug. 18…………………………..Imola (Italy #3)
Aug. 25…………………………..Sweden
Sept. 8……………………………Turkey
Sept. 15…………………………..Shanghai, China
Sept. 22…………………………..Hong Kong (Canceled)

2019 AMA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
May 18……………………Hangtown, CA
May 25.…………………..Pala, CA
June 1..……………….….Thunder Valley, CO
June 15..…………………Mt. Morris, PA
June 22.………………….Jacksonville. FL
June 29..…………………Southwick, MA
July 6.………………….….Red Bud, MI​
July 20.……………………Millville, MN​
July 27.……………………Washougal, WA
Aug. 10..………………….Unadilla, NY​
Aug. 17..………………….​Budds Creek, MD
Aug. 24.…………………..Crawfordsville, IN

2019 WORLD OFF-ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP (WORCS)
Jan. 18-20………………………..Primm, NV
Feb. 1-3……………………………Glen Helen, CA
Mar. 1-3……………………………Lake Havasu, AZ
Mar. 22-24……………………….Peoria, AZ
Apr. 12-14………………………..Las Vegas, NV
Apr. 26-28………………………..Taft, CA
May 24-26……………………….Mesquite, NV
July 30-Aug. 4…………………McCleary, WA
Sept. 13-15……………………..Glen Helen, CA
Oct. 4-6……………………………Milford, CA
Nov. 15-17……………………….Primm, NV

2019 WORLD TWO-STROKE CHAMPIONSHIP
April 20…………………………..Glen Helen

2019 MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN MOTOCROSS
June 21-30……………………….Mammoth Lakes, CA

2019 CANADIAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
June 1………………………………Wild Rose, AB
June 8………………………………Blackwater, BC
June 15…………………………….McNabb Valley, MB
July 13……………………………..Gopher Dunes, ON
July 20……………………………..San Del Lee, ON
July 27……………………………..Riverglade, NB
Aug. 3………………………………Deschambault, QC
Aug. 17…………………………….Walton, ON

2019 AMA NATIONAL AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP
July 29-Aug. 3………………….Loretta Lynn, TN

2019 BRITISH ARENACROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
Jan. 18-19………………………….Belfast, Irl
Feb. 1-2……………………………..Birmingham, GB
Feb. 15-6…………………………..Sheffield, GB

2019 BRITISH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Mar. 10……………………………..FatCat
Apr. 14………………………………Lyng
May 5……………………………….Canada Heights
June 2………………………………Blaxhall
June 30…………………………….Desertmartin
July 21……………………………..Hawkstone Park
Aug. 11……………………………..Foxhill
Sept. 15……………………………Landrake

2019 BRITISH APICO TWO-STROKE FESTIVAL
May 25-26……………………….Marshfield MX
Aug. 3-4……………………………Iron Works Moto
Sept. 21-22……………………..Sellindge MX

2019 GERMAN MX MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIP
April 14…………………………….Princely Drehna
June 2………………………………Moggers, Austria
June 30…………………………….Molln
July 21……………………………..Tens
Aug. 11…………………………….Gaildorf
Sept. 1……………………………..Biel
Sept. 15……………………………Wood Gerlingen

2019 AMA VINTAGE MOTORCYCLE DAYS
July 5-7…………………………….Lexington, Ohio

2019 AMA NATIONAL AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP
July 29-Aug. 3………………….Loretta Lynn, TN

2019 RYAN VILLOPOTO AMATEUR MOTOCROSS CUP
Aug. 22-25………………………..Grays Harbor, WA

2019 MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS
Sept. 29…………………………….Assen, Holland

2019 MONSTER ENERGY CUP
Oct. 21……………………………..Las Vegas, NV

2019 WORLD VET CHAMPIONSHIP
Nov. 2-3……………………………..Glen Helen, CA

COMPLETE 2019 GLEN HELEN RACEWAY SCHEDULE: WEEK BY WEEK

For more info go to www.glenhelen.com (click on images to enlarge)

2019 SOCAL OLD TIMERS MX RACE SCHEDULE: NEXT RACE AT GLEN HELEN ON APRIL 13-14


For more info go to www.socalotmx.org

2019 SRA GRAND PRIX RACE DATES: NEXT RACE APRIL 28


For more info go to www.sragp.com

OLD SCHOOL SCRAMBLES RACE SCHEUDLE: NEXT RACE ON ON MAY 5

 For more info go to www.oldschoolscramblesracing.com

2019 WORCS RACE SCHEDULE: NEXT RACE IN LAS VEGAS ON APRIL 14


For more info go to www.worcsracing.com

2019 RACE AT GLEN HELEN ON APRIL 13


For more info go to www.remsatmx.com

2019 ENDURANCE RACING SERIES: NEXT RACE IS THE 10-HOUR ON JUNE 10


For more info go to www.glenhelen.com

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