Out of that so-called "outlaw" group has grown an organization which includes the owners and drivers of all midget race cars in Southern California, which sanctions all the races at all the tracks in this part of the country. After the disastrous season in Europe with a best finish of 10th when the team returned to the States, the RAI shop moved to Princeton Drive in nearby Venice. Veda was not only handy with wrenches, she raced cars at the dry lakes, setting multiple speed records, and wrote articles for racing magazines. No doubt the traits are related. Heavy rains that year caused a river of water to flow down Soledad Canyon and filled the ranch home and arena with mud and debris. Basically a horseman, and an admirer of rodeo entertainment, he pitched in to make midget racing not only possible, but safe and competitive at his place.
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The factor of competition must be present as the chief element of any good race meet. The subject index at the beginning of the book does not suffice for having an index at the rear that lists all the people and places mentioned in the book. He had to be carted off in a horse-drawn ambulance. In his records, which are in my possession, I have a couple of photographs of races, one of which the vehicle is in a mid air flip. The future Saugus Speedway was built originally as a rodeo arena in by Roy Baker, brother of shoe magnate C. To that end he imported saddle brood mares from Kentucky and studded them with a pedigreed, chestnut-colored saddlebred stallion named Peavine McDonald b.