Gumball Rally returns to Industry Racing
December 7, 2015
The weekend kicks off with the annual Industry Track Awards
Banquet on Friday night at 6pm with a cocktail hour. Top Ten
Division 1 racers will receive their point monies & a
nice plaque for the 2015 season. Some fun awards will be given
out as well and we will present the new arena banner to Billy
Hamill for winning the 40th California State Speedway Championship.
This is a themed party – flashback 80’s night
so come dressed for a fun evening (not required).
Reserve & Renew your 2016 track license from now till
February 11th – included in your renewal is (one) Track
Awards Banquet ticket. Extra pre-sold tickets are available
- $10 Adults, $5 Kids (prior to February 11th). At the door
- $15 Adults & $10 kids. Tickets will be available on-line
through our www.IndustryRacing.com
Reserve today by calling Maria Valles at our office 626-330-0324.
Saturday – same time as regular speedway – Gates
Open at 6pm – Racing @ 7:30pm
Sunday – kids Gumball Rally Gates open at 11am –
Racing @ 12pm
Connor Penhall Memorial Cup
April 7, 2015
CITY OF INDUSTRY, California - Industry Racing will open
their 2015 Speedway Motorcycle Racing Season with the “Connor
Penhall Memorial Cup” on Wednesday –
May 27, 2015 at 7:30pm. Connor Concrete Cutting & Coring
and Industry Racing have teamed up and ADDED an additional
$2,000 to the race purse. This will be an exciting night of
racing with a Grand Prix Format. Junior Speedway, Mini &
Pee Wee Divisions will be featured as well.
Two-Time World Speedway Champion Bruce Penhall will award
the Connor Penhall Memorial Cup to the winner of the 1st Division
Race. Front Gate Giveaway will be our 2015 Industry Racing
Poster. During the races – Connor t-shirts giveaways
will be shot out in the crowds!!
Industry Racing is very excited and honored that this annual
event will start off our 12th year of racing @ The Grand Arena
and the following years to come. This will be a special ticketed
event and an event you do not want to miss.
American Motorcyclist Association adds speedway partners for
March 24, 2014
PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- American speedway racing continues
making strides in California and beyond, as the calendar for
American Motorcyclist Association sanctioned events grows
and the industry, racing community and the AMA continue a
strong commitment to international team competition.
In addition, competitors in AMA Speedway competition will
receive an AMA Speedway Racing License for 2014. Designed
to hang on a lanyard, the license will include a rider's photo,
division and other critical information. Partnering speedway
promoters will waive or reduce additional annual track fees
for AMA-licensed speedway competitors.
"The AMA has made a long-term commitment to advancing
the sport of speedway competition in America, and our efforts
are enhanced by these partnerships," said AMA Director
of Racing Bill Cumbow. "We're looking forward to another
year of positive growth for speedway, both in this country
and abroad as American riders vie for international recognition."
New for 2014, Industry Racing (www.industryracing.com)
is sanctioning its full competition calendar with the AMA.
Industry Racing, which will hold 14 events at the Industry
Hills Expo Center in Industry, Calif., in 2014, is an anchor
of speedway racing in Southern California. Opening day is
May 28 and will feature racing in all divisions, including
"The Industry Racing Team is very excited to work in
conjunction with the AMA," said Industry Racing Operations
Manager Carol J. Perez. "This will help support the continued
growth of American speedway racing in Southern California
and build the platform for American speedway racers to launch
their professional racing careers in Europe."
Added Industry Racing Race Track Director Kelly Inman: "We
have had a great relationship with AMA over the last couple
years with the sanctioning of select events, and we see a
benefit for the track and its riders to compete under America's
premier motorcycle racing sanctioning body. Corporate sponsorship,
and attracting riders from other facets of motorcycle racing,
especially youth riders, are just a couple examples of how
being sanctioned by the AMA can help our efforts to grow the
Industry Racing joins Fast Fridays Motorcycle Speedway in
Northern California's Auburn on the AMA schedule. Fast Fridays
has 20 events scheduled for 2014. The season kicks off with
Magnussen's Dodge Corona Find Your Beach Night Season Opener
on May 9.
"I am thrilled that the hard-working group at Industry
Racing will join the AMA in helping reinforce the association's
huge efforts to improve American speedway, not only at the
national level, but also at the international level, especially
with our FIM World Team Cup team," said Fast Friday's
Dave Joiner, a 19-year veteran of AMA-sanctioned racing promotions.
"We must increase AMA membership and American speedway
participation to help fuel the continued growth of the sport.
We're also pleased to participate in the new AMA Speedway
Racing License program. This should be very popular with all
supporters and speedway racers, and help bind the speedway
The expert classes at Industry Racing and Fast Fridays events
will feature the country's top riders, a select few of whom
will represent the United States in the Fédération
Internationale de Motocyclisme Speedway World Cup and Team
Speedway Under-21 World Championship campaigns, managed by
Billy Hamill, 1996 Speedway world champion, a past U.S. championship
team member and 2012 AMA Sportsman of the Year.
"Industry Racing is a top program, and it's great to
see them sanction all their events with the AMA," Hamill
said. "Industry Racing has been and continues to be very
supportive of furthering youth development here in the United
States. They've also been very supportive of our international
racing efforts. All of this can benefit American speedway
for years to come."
Speedway bikes can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in 3 seconds,
and skilled riders can navigate an entire oval at full speed,
sliding within inches of each other as they round the curves
fully sideways. A typical speedway program features back-to-back
racing, as riders earn their slot on the main event grid through
a series of thrilling, fast-paced qualifiers.
About the American Motorcyclist Association
Founded in 1924, the AMA is a not-for-profit member-based
association whose mission is to promote the motorcycle lifestyle
and protect the future of motorcycling. As the world's largest
motorcycling rights and event sanctioning organization, the
AMA advocates for riders' interests at all levels of government
and sanctions thousands of competition and recreational events
every year. The AMA also provides money-saving discounts on
products and services for its members. Through the AMA Motorcycle
Hall of Fame in Pickerington, Ohio, the AMA honors the heroes
and heritage of motorcycling. For more information, visit
• Box Office opens at 5:30pm
open at 6:00pm
• Race start time at 7:30pm
Lower admission prices!!
• $12 for adults
$6 for students & seniors
• Kids under 12 - FREE
• $5 Parking
• Motorcycles are always FREE
• Box seats with VIP table service
Speedway Motorcycle racing with no brakes
• Spectator gates open at 6pm
• Great food - Reasonable prices
• Live Rock
• Our famous Tiki and Dirt Bars
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