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Thev drove their blustane home B ~ l l 2nd 113r; Uurkltn of ! a richer b;$125, a Michelin til'e, and hlir3da SCC i,l?ced first ovriallxnd a f r e e entry to a rally inWashi11gton. also loibed the otwr 3 0 0 0 c ~ ~ c I . ~ i s a sDonna and Dale Huseboe, of Rallym a s t e r s , were second overall, in addltion to winning the 2000-30OOcc class with 289 total points. llogrr Entz and Pete Higgins had their t p e Corvettes,' ex-road r a c e r Jack journey from Sacraniento turn out Brabban sandbagged fastmen Bili to be worthwhile when they took third EarCook and Omer Getman when he overall and first under 2000~1.. slipped out on the course justbefore l l e r they had zeroed the first six closing time and cut their times of controls before they went astray 235.04 and 2:35.06 by nearly two and ended up with349penaltypolnts. The principal courseobstacle was s e c s . with a 233.86, and walked off human- a farmer in the Hemet Bith class honors. But it was Len Cunningham in a r e a who paraded out to a control his stock Sting Ray, running in the point in his underwear and routed modified class because of over- the crew off his property at shotgun sized t i r e s and fender modifications, point. who brought spectators to their feet and almost broughtdownTTOD when he wheeled up and down the hills and through the r e v e r s e camber turns in 230.32 on his way to a c l a s s victory. It was a typical ho-hum story in class C with the usual victor a By Ronnie Allyn Lotus Elan, properly chauffeured PHOENIX. Ariz.. June i l -Frank by Gerald Kikin, making things Look S e c r i s t finilly made the w ~ n n e r ' s easy gliding over the course in c i r c l e after over 10 years of trying when he captured tonight's 30-lap 236.29. CRA sprint car feature at Manzanita Speedway, driving the Pop Miil e r Chevrolet V spl. B S e c r i s t has garnered victortes in several t m e s of oval track competie s t market.' TORRANCE, Calif., June 15Today, the U.S. i s the largest of t ~ o n , but the sprint c a r s had been Volvo marked its 10th anniversary his jinx. He lost the lead here in the in the U.S. today with the opening AB Volvo's 130 export markets. The company's growth I n this f i r s t corner, but stormed back to of a new $1,500,000 West Coast country has been matched by grow- take command on the 13th lap and headquarters building. stayed on top to win the feature on During this decade, sales Of the ing purchases of parts and machinery from domestic manufac- the half-mi. clay oval in the time of Swedish compact c a r have increased 1247.49. from 1,605 in 1956 to a projected t u r e r s . Since Volvo first started CRA points leader Don Thomas 2~1,000 in 1966. Volvo currently selling c a r s here in 1956, it has failed to finish after moving up to ranks third among imported auto- spent more than $150 million to buy American-made equipment and second spot froni his ninth startin(: mobiles in this country. posittun. His Chevy-powered c a r In a speech during the building p a r t s to build its products and to blew an engine on the 16th round, operate the 17 factories it controls dedication today, AB Volvo Execuforcing him to the pits in a cloud of tive Vice President Svante Simon- in Sweden. In addition to its automobile pro- steam and smoke. s s o n said that many Swedish businessmen gravely shook their heads duction, AB Volvo isoneof Euroye's when Volvo decided to t r y selling leading manufacturers of trucks, f a r m machinery, and industrial and c a r s in America 10 yearsago. "It was s a i d in Sweden then," jet a i r c r a f t engines. It i s Sweden's Simonsson reported, .that it was second largest industry. With i t s Americansubsidiary Voljust impossible to export c a r s to the U.S. - t h e cradle of the automo- VO, Inc. the company services a nabile industry and the world's tough- tionwide network of 400 authorized By Katie Jaques SAN D I E W . Calif.. June 5 -Dick dealers from threedistributlon cent e r s which a r e located inRockleigh, and Susan after stretched their N.J., Houston, Tex., and, starting lead in San Diego Council rally AL AXEL ROD today, In Torrance, a suburb of Los championship p o i n t s by winning Angeles. This new building, which South Mission Auto Rally & Touring reolaces a smaller one in nearbv Society's Treadmark 2, fourthevent herm man oaks, servlces 10 western on the year's championship calenstates w h ~ c h account lor 30': of Vol- dar. 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Ford's W c l m has S t e ~ m m I h the -d 1 tlon as evervone aedicted it aould. N.tionrllsts on this side of the i\th&ic am ecrr(ltic. Unless thg1re also motor mcbg enthusiasts, and is that case they cnn see a blesk Mure in which blue F e nce nsPinsf whfte Fords at N n r h g r h g md LaMass Ord tbe o~lly Ferraris around are in the DBdBOCt. 80 U indeed the decision &om Deerborn 18 to sod, or at luet wrhsly autell, the Itne redng prowam, It rill not necessarily be a mom& for mm r t o e d weepin&. Ford baa mde its pow-aml ~ ~ But Ford is not a whtlKoppc WaMy y . A& If FA B@ts, W h hp. lost7 existtrig for the bnastit of race wrs. If FoMoCo In some m the publlc, and to some extent the management deems it w pl t to its wportaiblW mr e s race organimr. to its sbcMolters to retrench is ils racing program, ButisthDtthefwltofFord7 itwIlIdolettb.t, a n d w o ~ e r l ~ s o . To crltlcize mob an .EtiO. wonkibesbsurdisthe Obvlousb n t Ud dwiously the o, 681&bn Ul Into d e the dilemma of p u t l d p t m by the UgM of the elevation to Esdmood of Yereedes Bmz rm om m.br mamf&ww. alter exactly t h e s n m e ~ o f w m t s . It is an P r ( l c l e o f i n i t h t h a t i t i s * ~ g a o d ~ * i a r Critlclsm wmkl he as SlIlY as a leehue on wmh t m i t to wmmlt IbeU Ud its enosmqm remnrwa to mrmlty relptlon, to a llon 6 had Just smlbwad m .utomObi1e ndsg. It is a gaod thlq for m e s ud it antelope harmcb. vr, Ib a gomi thicg ior the race-pbHc. It bas not, Besldw d e b , thare's Piwupa that pmbtype on the floaevra, proved to be such a vsqgaodthicgforor- k m ibor ofShelby A m e o m under lock and W a n d $mixers s u b M to the Linl ofpreumwthatgo hud in hUd with a minus Wth a munmotb.

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t Yonr dediention to the m t of motor racing h u r brought many bolPs of exaitement and enjoyment to race fans everywhere. As racing fans with a slncere Interest in the sport of auto racing, we feel obligated to make some suggestlons. In our oplopln, they w l l l help alleviate the qniortunate accidents which have occurred at the start or during the ilmt few laps oi the Indy 500. In 1964 and again in 1966, such accidents twk thelive8oi two great
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Le Mans. Another win for Goodyear, and a clean sweep of the three toughest endurance races of the season. First came the Daytona Continental -the only round-the-clock race in the United States. Then, victory a t Sebring's 12 Hours of Endurance. And now, one, b o , three a t Le Mans -the original 24-hours of tire torture. A l l three races won on Goodyear Blue Streak Racing Tires. Although if was the second time in a row that Goodyear took the honors a t Le Mans, it was a race ,that still made history. First win for an American car. .,- > u*A new lap record of 143.5 miles an hour. The longest 8 distance ever run -3,020 miles worth of acceleration, braking, twists and turns -at a record speed of 125.5 miles an hour. And although first position was a see-saw battle throughout the entire 24 hours, a car on Goodyear tires was always in the lead. The tire that ran away with Le Mans i s called a Goodyear Blue Streak Sports Car Special. Special, because it's designed to meet the rugged demands of any track it runs on. Made for maximum getaway in the straights. Extra side bite in the curves. And, vital to the fickle weather a t Le Mans, designed to run as well in the wet as in the dry. The results a t Le Mans speak for themselves. Another all-out victory for Blue Streaks. N o wonder winners go Goodyear.

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'Ibe Ken Mlles/Denny Hulme Mk 2 walts to pull out of the plts after a night stop In the 24-hour grlnd whlch saw them cover over 3,000 miles. @avid Phlpps photo)

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seams to be in thabratlng department. At Le MW. wheresomenear stops from very kgh speed are required, both discs and pads were changed wlth moootoootls regularity. Ferrari, too, had its troubles wlth brakw but not in the same area as last year. This tlme the patton OD 6%9iifii7--- , Lore- BandinljJean Guichet car, Of the 56 h tbe 1966 tbe h t to retire, WM plagued with raceonlg15nno*tlllrmminpat hjdr.lpuc H f a i l u r e whichocI P the nd b rWPl hkab not ton airred Mce to the same llne nad lB. mtgt have mused some heart-stoppins mom& for the drivers. Evan Wlmt much competition the Fords rupld thelr victory.Thenev IOP record set on the 39th lapby an

Porsche had a splendid tlme at the 19WI Le Maw. n h d m fourth. nnn, m pea s&nth Gth theti 2000oe Cnrrera six prototypes with lor= talb to improve body aerodynamics. hey nnlshed at an average swed of 118moh and recorded the biat performatice ever for anundertwo-liter car. The Alpine. in fhishins nlnth -. .> oierall, won the mlex of performThe softest .I+,. t prssent ance saving face for ~ m c e~.a t r a M Fords. a p o r t ~ @ m e @. BRM made their first m l n g Pps

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