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Sideways Saturdays Speedway
Cal Expo - Sacramento, CA

Sideways Saturdays Speedway
Cal Expo - Sacramento, CA
Saturday July 8, 2000

Billy Janniro wins the Main Event!

Billy  Janniro

From Gary Roberts

All three divisions seemed a bit short of riders. They missed the best track I have seen at Cal Expo all season, which resulted in the best races too.

Unofficial results

Scratch Main
1. Billy Janniro
2. Bobby Hedden
3. Bart Bast
4. Bob Hicks

One of the best races I have seen for a while. Bart Bast made the gate, followed by Billy Janniro. Janniro got past Bast, then Hedden got past Bast. Then Bast was back to second past Hedden, until the final few yards, when Bobby Hedden appeared to get second. I could be wrong, it was very close. All the way through all four riders were close and fast. Truly great Speedway.

Scratch Consi
1. Ryan Fisher
2. Robert Curry
3. Steve Martynse
4. Chad Felicio

Handicap Main
1. Bobby Hedden
2. Ryan Fisher
3. Bart Bast
4. Robert Curry
5. Billy Janniro
6. Scott McNeil

Handicap Consi
1. Bob Hicks
2. Marvin Sonnier
3. Ian Ferris
4. Steve Martynse
5. Scott Olney
6. Glenn Moore

Division 2 Main
1. Eric Carrillo
2. Chris Kerr
3. Ivan Sevart
4. Robert Mellor
5. Dave Booth
6. George Snodgrass
7. Mark Thomas
8. Mike Browne

Division 2 Consi
1. Vince Bertolucci
2. Tom Adams
3. Ron Woodsford
4. Kevin Fereira
5. Bill Dixon
6. Greg Hooten Snr.
7. Derek Silva
8. Shawn Eldridge

Division 3 Main
1. Billy Hiles
2. Dave Baker
3. Kelly McBane
4. Eric Ryan
5. Dino Blankenbiller
6. Dave Quick

Division 3 Consi
1. Les Veale
2. Geno Bellino
3. Gary Hubbert
4. Brian Leventon
5. Bill Warnock

Tom Castagnola qualified for this race, but was a non-starter.

Junior Division 1
1. Bryan Yarrow
2. JT Mabry
JJ Martynse and Greg Hooten Jnr. fell.

Junior Division 2.
1. Mark Carrillo
2. Scott Olney
3. TJ Fowler

Junior Division 3
1. Paul Johnson
2. Tom Fehrman
3. Mark Johnson
4. Bruce Bast
5. Chris Smith
6. Jeff Butler

The crowd was still small. Far too many empty seats. There was nothing wrong with the show, or the track. The Save our Sideways Saturdays (SOSS) campaign got a lot of attention from the diehard supporters. Many hundreds of posters were distributed around the Sacramento area. What can possibly be more interesting in Sacramento to do on a Saturday evening than go to Speedway? I am bewildered.

Gary Roberts - groberts@iee.org

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