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April 15, 1995 | BRYAN RODGERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Ron Hornaday Jr., one of the hottest racers on the new NASCAR SuperTruck series, has set a modest goal for his run at Saugus Speedway, his old stomping grounds, tonight. A top-five finish in the 200-lap event will make him happy. "A lot of people have said that I am the one to beat here because I have some laps on this track," Hornaday said. "I just want to finish in the top five." Hornaday nearly squandered a three-lap lead in Tucson last week, but held off hard-charging P.J.
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October 28, 1999 | DARIN ESPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ron Hornaday Jr. began his racing career in Southern California, so it is appropriate his final race as a regular in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series is taking place at California Speedway on Saturday. The Palmdale native, who has driven a truck owned by seven-time Winston Cup champion Dale Earnhardt to two points championships and two fourth-place finishes in the series' five-year existence, is seventh in the points standings heading into the 1 p.m. event, which will be televised on ESPN.
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October 28, 1999 | DARIN ESPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ron Hornaday Jr. began his racing career in Southern California, so it is appropriate his final race as a regular in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series is taking place at California Speedway on Saturday. The Palmdale native, who has driven a truck owned by seven-time Winston Cup champion Dale Earnhardt to two points championships and two fourth-place finishes in the series' five-year existence, is seventh in the points standings heading into the 1 p.m. event, which will be televised on ESPN.
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April 15, 1995 | BRYAN RODGERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Ron Hornaday Jr., one of the hottest racers on the new NASCAR SuperTruck series, has set a modest goal for his run at Saugus Speedway, his old stomping grounds, tonight. A top-five finish in the 200-lap event will make him happy. "A lot of people have said that I am the one to beat here because I have some laps on this track," Hornaday said. "I just want to finish in the top five." Hornaday nearly squandered a three-lap lead in Tucson last week, but held off hard-charging P.J.
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February 24, 2007 | Martin Henderson, Times Staff Writer
Could Mark Martin have a more bizarre six days? First, the debacle at Daytona. Now, the controversy at California. With only five laps left in the San Bernardino County 200 Craftsman Truck race, the man who almost won the Daytona 500 was run over from behind, spun out on a restart by Ron Hornaday Jr. Hornaday drives a truck owned by Kevin Harvick, the man who beat Martin by a few feet at Daytona as cars crashed behind them.
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