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The location was Palmdale Boulevard and 240th Street East.In late June 1959, Ira Mahoney won top eliminator in what appears to be an all-cycle drag race. Kibbe of Lancaster had top speed of the event with a 123.47 MPH run.Jensen wrote, "Sky Park airport [was] run by Santa Cruz Slopokes and Cam Snappers with support from Cal Neva Timing [Manny Clinnick].ETs only, best 14.69." He obtained this infomation from Spencer Simon and the In July 1952, the San Francisco Junior Chamber of Commerce was successful in starting a drag race program at a new paved asphalt road race course located at Holly and Bayshore Highway in San Carlos, south of Belmont. The Redwood Timing Association conducted the races.Newspapers called the race course Tidelands Circuit, but Don Jensen said all the drag racers called it Belmont. In that first year of operation, they held weekly drag races almost every Sunday, except when the race track was used for other road racing events. They had an electronic timer and gave out trophies for class winners. In order to appease disgruntled farmers who owned land adjoining the air field, the VTA only permitted their members to race on the strip.He also said that one of the old timers that he interviewd called it San Carlos Raceway. Drag races were held on a 1/5th mile section of the 2,000-foot straight-away on the road course. The Valley Timing Association (VTA) conducted weekly 1/4-mile drag races at the New Jerusalem Air Field seven miles southeast of Tracy. The VTA discontinued racing at Tracy in October 1951 in anticipation of a new drag strip (Kingdon) being started near Lodi.
On January 4, 1959, Art Chrisman set a new track record in the Chrisman-Cannon dragster with a run of 174.41 MPH and 8.77 ET.
This track held NHRA-sanctioned races conducted by the Optimist Club and Antelope Valley Timing Association on the fourth Sunday.
The Bakersfield Smokers Timing Association conducted the first 1/4-mile drag race on September 9, 1951.
He tried to do a broadside skid, but his car overturned. Cheatham had been a frequent winner at Northern California drag strips over the course of several years.
Another early casualty was Sunnyvale's Jay Cheatham, who was killed in a fatal accident during the first U. Bill Crossley, driving Ernie Hashim's dragster, ripped off a strip-record 170.45 MPH run on August 3, 1958, becoming the "first man in the history of western drag strip racing to reach the 170 mph mark." (Bakersfield Californian, Aug.
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They were not bothered by cops as it was private property!