World Racings CB750 Racing Type
Debuts at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days West
Sears Point Raceway, Sonoma, CA
April 17-18, 1999
Super Dave Rosno, in the Carousel,
The cockpit of the 970 CR750. Its gassed up and ready to go.
Dave Rosno, dragging some knee.
Mike Rondelli stages for suspension set-up.
Rosno makes sure he still has a rear axle!
The World Motorcycles Pit. 970, World Racings CR750, stands in the foreground. At long last, its ready to race
or do we need to re-jet the carbs, or perhaps firm up the suspension? How does the clutch feel? The bike in the background is a nice example of a red, all stock, (die cast engine) 1970 CB750. The CB750 is the superbike that started it all back in 1969, and captured the hearts of many throughout the 70s.
The day was a success. It was the culmination of many years of hard work, and the efforts of many people. The work continued even to race day. Friends and competitors alike lent a hand that weekend, and made possible a weekend of racing. Third place finish, first time out!
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