Joey Lanza and Brent Harden set a blistering pace for all six hours of the 10th annual Six Hours of Glen Helen. This year the race was sponsored by Honda Yamaha of Redlands and layed out by the Dirt Bike staff. Lanza got a terrible start and crashed on the first lap, but soon was leading on a 250 KTM which they entered in the Open class. The only speedbump in their race was a flat tire in hour four. The lead was temporarily surrendered to 250-class leader Willy Musgrave, setting up a great late-race dual. Eventually, Musgrave ran out of gas, enabling Harden to cruise in for an easy victory. The DB team of Tom Webb, Ron Lawson and Pete Vetano lead the 40-expert class early in the race, but gave up any chance of a decent finish when Lawson stopped for a downed rider.
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