Kearny Bowl Hardtops

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Losurdo

Re: Kearny Bowl Hardtops

Post by Losurdo » Mon Sep 06, 2021 10:20 pm

Fresno knows how to really screw up fun family times like we had here number 1 racing capital in California. Kearny bowl clovis speedway also quarter midget racing by fresno airport then it became a parking lot..also in hanford ca there was march banks raceway not to many of us remembers that track. Raisin city drag strip great 1/4 mile. Now its a airport land last that i know. One other crusing belmont ave look for a race at Martens oil on Home St. yes theses wonderful day are gone thanks to all building of homes. When you went to Kearney bowl you went to the fight to watch a race. Loved when them San Jose boys came to race against pombo cetti ( RIP) edlund. Also RIP fresno Racing...thank you for showing picture of Kearney Bowl..

Losurdo

Re: Kearny Bowl Hardtops

Post by Losurdo » Mon Sep 06, 2021 10:43 pm

Losurdo wrote:
Mon Sep 06, 2021 10:20 pm
Fresno knows how to really screw up fun family times like we had here number 1 racing capital in California. Kearny bowl clovis speedway also quarter midget racing by fresno airport then it became a parking lot..also in hanford ca there was march banks raceway not to many of us remembers that track. Raisin city drag strip great 1/4 mile. Now its a airport land last that i know. One other crusing belmont ave look for a race at Martens oil on Home St. yes theses wonderful day are gone thanks to all building of homes. When you went to Kearney bowl you went to the fight to watch a race. Loved when them San Jose boys came to race against pombo cetti ( RIP) edlund. Also RIP fresno Racing...thank you for showing picture of Kearney Bowl..
one other track was the old Fresno fair grounds when the track was wood..

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