DEFENDING CHAMPION Andy Forsberg, No. x1, duels with Steven Tiner for the lead in Placerville Speedway's Sprint Car Feature Saturday Night. Photo by Donna Peter, Placerville Speedway


Race opener draws capacity crowd

By From page A8 | April 07, 2014

The new racing season opened in big way Saturday night at Placerville Speedway located on the El Dorado County Fairgrounds. A standing room only crowd packed the grandstands and one of the largest car counts for a weekly point race in recent history filled every available space in the pit area to build a spectacular night of championship racing and a warm welcome to the 2014 Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort Championship season at the 59 year old racetrack.

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