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June 5, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON
Speedway motorcyclist Greg Hancock of Costa Mesa underwent surgery Monday at Samaritan Medical Center to repair a broken left humerus bone that he sustained while racing at Long Beach Veterans Stadium Saturday night. Hancock, 20, crashed on the second lap of a four-lap runoff that determined the winner of the American Final. After five heats Saturday, Hancock had tied Shawn Moran, Billy Hamill and Rick Miller with 18 points.
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November 30, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Speedway motorcyclist Greg Hancock of Huntington Beach will continue on the comeback trail at 8 tonight in the first Coors Fall Classic at the Orange County Fairgrounds. Hancock, 20, broke his left arm in a crash at the American Final at Veterans Stadium in Long Beach in June and was sidelined four months. He returned to racing for Cradley Heath in the British Speedway League in September but struggled in 10 meetings. "I haven't ridden since Oct.
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June 4, 1989 | TOM HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
Speedway motorcyclist Sam Ermolenko of Cypress won a four-lap runoff against Shawn Moran and Ronnie Correy to take the Nissan American Final for the third straight year Saturday night before 4,372 fans at Long Beach Veterans Stadium. Ermolenko drew the outside starting position for the race, with Correy starting on the pole and Moran sandwiched between them. Moran took an early lead going into the first turn, but Ermolenko turned on the horsepower to pass Moran and win the first qualifying round for American riders that leads to the world championship.
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August 14, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For the first time in eight years, three U.S. speedway motorcycle riders have qualified for the World Final after a successful showing Sunday in the InterContinental Final in Fjeldsted, Denmark. Shawn Moran, a Huntington Beach High School graduate now living in Apple Valley, heads the field for the world championship, Sept. 1 in Bradford, England. Moran won the race in Denmark with 14 points.
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November 30, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Speedway motorcyclist Greg Hancock of Huntington Beach will continue on the comeback trail at 8 tonight in the first Coors Fall Classic at the Orange County Fairgrounds. Hancock, 20, broke his left arm in a crash at the American Final at Veterans Stadium in Long Beach in June and was sidelined four months. He returned to racing for Cradley Heath in the British Speedway League in September but struggled in 10 meetings. "I haven't ridden since Oct.
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June 2, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Speedway motorcyclist Ronnie Correy was the only American to advance to the world championships last year in Munich, West Germany, but the 23-year-old rider from Fullerton never expected to be a factor in the pressure-packed race. Correy figured that his inexperience and a broken right wrist would be too much to overcome in the only motorcycle racing event that crowns its world champion on one night of competition.
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August 14, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For the first time in eight years, three U.S. speedway motorcycle riders have qualified for the World Final after a successful showing Sunday in the InterContinental Final in Fjeldsted, Denmark. Shawn Moran, a Huntington Beach High School graduate now living in Apple Valley, heads the field for the world championship, Sept. 1 in Bradford, England. Moran won the race in Denmark with 14 points.
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June 16, 1992 | TOM HAMILTON
Three American speedway motorcycle riders, Sam Ermolenko of Cypress, Ronnie Correy of Fullerton and Rick Miller of Reseda advanced to the second qualifying round Sunday in the Overseas Final at Coventry, England.
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September 28, 1985
Mike Faria of Colton won the scratch main event of Friday's speedway motorcycle racing program at Orange County Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa in front of 4,032. Tom Burba of Garden Grove won the handicap main event, holding off Alan Christian of Huntington Beach. Ronnie Correy of Fullerton won the second division main event.
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June 8, 1985
Shawn McConnell of Brea won the scratch main event of the weekly speedway motorcycle racing program Friday night before 5,633 in the Orange County Fairgrounds at Costa Mesa. Mike Faria of Colton defeated five opponents to win the five-lap handicap main event while Ronnie Correy of Fullerton won the second-division main event.
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June 5, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON
Speedway motorcyclist Greg Hancock of Costa Mesa underwent surgery Monday at Samaritan Medical Center to repair a broken left humerus bone that he sustained while racing at Long Beach Veterans Stadium Saturday night. Hancock, 20, crashed on the second lap of a four-lap runoff that determined the winner of the American Final. After five heats Saturday, Hancock had tied Shawn Moran, Billy Hamill and Rick Miller with 18 points.
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June 2, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Speedway motorcyclist Ronnie Correy was the only American to advance to the world championships last year in Munich, West Germany, but the 23-year-old rider from Fullerton never expected to be a factor in the pressure-packed race. Correy figured that his inexperience and a broken right wrist would be too much to overcome in the only motorcycle racing event that crowns its world champion on one night of competition.
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June 4, 1989 | TOM HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
Speedway motorcyclist Sam Ermolenko of Cypress won a four-lap runoff against Shawn Moran and Ronnie Correy to take the Nissan American Final for the third straight year Saturday night before 4,372 fans at Long Beach Veterans Stadium. Ermolenko drew the outside starting position for the race, with Correy starting on the pole and Moran sandwiched between them. Moran took an early lead going into the first turn, but Ermolenko turned on the horsepower to pass Moran and win the first qualifying round for American riders that leads to the world championship.
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June 25, 1990
Shawn Moran of Huntington Beach finished third and Ronnie Correy of Fullerton fourth in the second round of world speedway motorcycle qualifying Sunday at Coventry, England. Jeremy Doncaster of England won the event and Todd Wiltshire of Australia was second. The top nine finishers in the event advanced to the InterContinental Final Aug. 12 at Fjelsted, Denmark. The World Final is scheduled for Sept. 1 at Bradford, England.
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July 7, 1990
Phil Collins of Newport Beach won the four-lap scratch main event in the weekly speedway program Friday at the Orange County Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa. Bobby Schwartz of Costa Mesa was second, Ronnie Correy of Fullerton third and Mike Faria of Riverside fourth. Correy won the eight-lap handicap main event. Brad Oxley of San Clemente was second, Faria was third, Alan Christian of Murrieta was fourth and Andy Northrup of Ontario fifth.
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