1988 Riverside Off Road World Championships

1988 Riverside Off Road World Championships


The 1988 Riverside Off Road World Championships TV show has been digitized by the Off Road Motorsports Hall of Fame along with many other vintage off-road racing shows and raw helicopter footage.

This is the television show distributed to other countries for the commentating to be added (clean version). Great footage from all your favorite drivers…Ivan Stewart, Walker Evans, Robby Gordon, Larry Ragland, Rod Hall, Roger Mears, Manny Esquerra, Steve kelly, Frank Vessels, etc.

Learn more and contribute to the Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame at www.ormhof.org

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jon coleman

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any one gonna go roundy round,opening sequence is rookie orientation rule#1, always lock it down, never countersteer ' road race' style, unless your Mark Martin
 

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How many of you guys were There?

I was the entire time

I just finished installing a Rancho suspension (the long red tube radius bar one) on my 2 day old 1988 white Bronco, i built prerunner F&R bumpers out of 1.750 x 0.120 wall DOM with two 8" HELLA lights that were not wired yet & only had time to rattle can both bumpers red before I took off for riverside.

When I pulled on the property damn near every one had to crawl under it to checkout WTF all that red suspension stuff was & I'm from Wyoming fer hell sakes you guys in Cali should already know this came from a box & not custom built.

I was parked accross from team Shoppe with there yellow ford race truck it received more attention than they did.

Spent 4 days explaining "it came out of a RANCHO box!!!!

And I though you guys in California ALWAYS had the latest trick shi.....stuff
 

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I was there! Raced my quad. My mom and dad were at the first one, the 6-mile track. We didn't miss many in between. Good times, good memories. Glad I wasn't old enough to drink...I think my life would have went a different direction if I were older.