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KENNEDY: New California Tracks


October brought news about the birth or revival of three auto racing tracks in California. Two of the tracks are paved and one dirt

KENNEDY: AMA Flat Track Finale At Pomona


AMA Pro Flat Track Racing returned to the spacious LA County Fairplex “big” half-mile smooth dirt track Oct. 13 for the 2012 championship finals. It was round 16 of the touring series that featured races at 13 tracks in 10 states.

KENNEDY: Time For The Fair At Parris


The annual Southern California Fair at the Lake Perris Fairgrounds Oct. 6 was a rare split (day/night) event for 32 USAC-CRA 410 sprint cars present. Several hundred fans attended the early afternoon racing with the annual So Cal Fair (Oct. 5-14) in full swing behind the PAS grandstand.

KENNEDY: Recapping The IndyCar Finale


The 2012 IZOD Indy Car season finale Sept. 15 at the two-mile Auto Club Speedway in Fontana was an outstanding, suspenseful race deserving praise for all involved. It merits revisiting

KENNEDY: Turkey Night Returning To Dirt


The 2012 USAC Midget Turkey Night Grand Prix is returning to its roots — dirt — for the 72nd running of the historic event. USAC National and Western Series points will be awarded on Thanksgiving evening Nov. 22 at the half-mile clay Perris Auto Speedway south of Riverside

KENNEDY: Spencer Still The Man


Round 10 of the AMSOIL USAC-CRA Sprint Car Series’ 23-race schedule this season was the sixth race at Perris Auto Speedway.

KENNEDY: Fireworks At Perris


The annual USAC-CRA Independence Day sprint car race July 4 at Perris Auto Speedway was a rousing success on and off the track

KENNEDY: The Best Day Of Racing


The Sunday, May 27 triple-header “greatest racing weekend of the year” lived up to the hype this year.

KENNEDY: California Drivers Travel Well


California-based drivers are making names for themselves in the Midwest these days

KENNEDY: The Indy 500 Is Coming


The traditional 33-car starting lineup was in doubt earlier in May after Newman-Haas Racing withdrew. The winning Michael Shank team from endurance sports car racing could not obtain an engine from the three manufacturers. Other entries joined the field and it reached 33 or 34 cars.


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