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Discussion in 'Racing' started by Nemosengineer, Aug 27, 2009.
I saw that yesterday and was feeling braver today so I sent Larry an email. I'll keep you posted.
Dale Quarterley 6/84 superbikes fox in the hen house.This cat could ride!
Mike Spencer 5th Superbike finsh Laconia 6/81
Please adjust for inflation.:eek1
killer, that was good money back then. i feel so young reading this thread thank you .
Bubba Shobert, Road America 1986(?)
The Wayne, Road America 1986
Flyin' Fred's VF750F superbikes, Road America 1985
Flyin' Fred's World Champion RC30 Superbike, Brainerd 1989
Steady Eddie, Daytona 1993
Thanks, that was an awesome finish. I must have screamed myself hoarse urging Eddie to the finish line.
Got to love those disco electic 80's color combos!
Keep em coming.
Jamie James (2) on the Vance & Hines Yamaha YZF750 OW01 leads the riders off the grid for the sighting lap just before the start of the AMA Superbike Championship Series at the Mid Ohio Sports Car Course in August 1992. James was judged to have jumped the start several minutes later in the main event of the Camel Super Cycle Weekend, and was shown the meat ball flag by AMA officials. Schwartzbach 64, Picotte 34, Gray 18, Quarterly 32, Stevens 1, Polen 23, Russell 17, Spencer 19. (from: http://stusshots.blogspot.com/2011/11/ama-road-racing-mid-ohio-back-on.html )
I was there that weekend.
There was a dark cloud over the event after Larry Schwartzbach crashed into the wall after the last turn. He died after a couple of days in the hospital.
Larry had won the 600 SuperSport race a couple of hours earlier.
Victory and tradgety all in one day.
This guy could ride anything.
Gee, I only knew him as a motocrosser. Never knew he was so versatile.
I was there and man was it exciting!
1980 Road Atlanta starting grid
Far from super, but a couple of my old race bikes, '82 Katana 1000 and '80 GS 750/1100 Yosh rep:
Yosh F1 bike DNF 6/81 Loudon. This missile was beyond fast................