7 edition of Where They Raced - LAP2 found in the catalog.
May 12, 2000
by H.L. Osmer Pub
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||148|
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Where They Raced was the first book dedicated to auto racing venues in Los Angeles. LAP2 brings all of the original work together with new information about dozens of additional retired venues, drag racing, and five new speedways.
Expanding the scope to include Ventura, Kern, and San Diego Counties makes this a truly Southern California effort.4/5(1). Four years after the publication of the first volume, Osmer has given us what we were all waiting and hoping for: Where They Raced - LAP2.
Leaving the first book completely intact, Osmer lovingly adds 80 new pages and new (some never published before) photos. He also now covers Ventura, Bakersfield and San Diego area tracks. Where They Raced LAP2 is the follow-up version to Where They Raced, Harold Osmer's original graduate thesis.
Now expanded to pages, LAP2 illustrates how auto racing venue locations mimicked the growth of Los Angeles from More auto racing has taken place in Southern California than any other place in the world.
Where They Raced LAP2 Where They Raced LAP2 is THE book about auto racing in Southern California - where more auto racing has taken place than any other place in the world. Saugus Speedway Saugus Speedway played host to auto racing in Southern California for over 50 years before getting unceremoniously terminated by the property owners.
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