Welcome to the official site of the San Diego Roadster Club
W M B C S B W E - Founded 1941
W M B C S B W E - Founded 1941
Hot rods, roadsters, belly tankers,
lakesters, motorcycles, streamliners, and even diesel trucks. You'll see a bit of everything, whether it's on El Mirage Dry Lakebed or the Bonneville
The excitement of Land Speed Racing at El Mirage, CA is a wonderful way to spend time with family and friends. Whether you're racing or spectating, there's plenty to see and do! We hold four one-day races (Jun/Jul/Sep/Oct) and two two-day races in (May/Nov) per year. Vehicle inspections begin the day prior to the race and racing begins early morning the day of the event. As long as the weather and course conditions hold up, racing runs until 3 p.m. El Mirage is located 30 miles east of Antelope Valley.
Bonneville Land Speed Racing is a
unique sport that consists of determined people who "shoot the salt" in a quest to have their name added to the list of many
The San Diego Roadster Club is dedicated to participating in and perpetuating the sport of speed trials on dry lakebeds in Southern California and at the famed Bonneville Salt Flats.
You can go online and sign your Covid Forms for El Mirage ahead of time which will help with the lines. There are two forms so you will have to click on each link and fill each one out. Each form just takes a couple of minutes to submit. You do not have to print them if you do them online via these links. You will receive an email confirmation once you have completed them. Thank you for your help and we look forward to seeing you on the dirt!
Have a good day!
Heather and Jill
Reprinted from Facebook post of March 28, 2021 by Jackie Martin-Dastrup
"Dear Family and Friends,
I am writing to ask for your help. My dear friend, Susan Eyres, is in dire need of a liver transplant. She is a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister and one of the best people I know. She is constantly willing to help, share, and support others which is why I am compelled to ask for help on her behalf.
In January 2020, Sue got Influenza A and was hospitalized for a week. During her stay, she was in need of oxygen support that continued after her release, with no known reason. After a year of tests, unanswered questions, worry, and being completely homebound, the result is a very rare syndrome that affects the liver, and consequently her ability to breathe. She is on high amounts of oxygen 24 hours a day.
Before this condition, Sue was a teacher, an active participant in her community, an involved parent with her sons’ schools, and a gracious host to her many friends and neighbors. Sue is a magnet for people. She is thoughtful, caring and always there for her friends and family. This has not only limited her physical life, but the outgoing, social, vibrant person she is. Being her, she finds the positive in her situation and uplifts whomever she talks to. But she needs immediate help.
Today, Sue’s condition has worsened to the point of needing a liver donor as soon as possible. While Sue’s medical team has put her on the liver transplant list, time is not on our side. Some wait for years; many die while waiting. However, there is another option: receiving a portion of a liver from a living donor. In this instance, a portion of the living donor’s liver would be removed, put into Sue, and then the donor’s liver would regenerate (grow back). Asking a family member or a friend to consider donating a portion of a liver is difficult, but it greatly improves her chances of getting a transplant.
Here is the link that will take you to a questionnaire to see if you are a candidate. It takes just 15 minutes of your time. Applying requires no commitment. Please use her name, Susan Eyres and her birthdate, 2/14/63.
I cannot tell you how much I appreciate you considering being a living liver donor for my dear friend. If you’d like more information, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I know living liver donation may not be right for everyone — but you can still help!
Please help by sharing her story with everyone you know. It just takes one person. Please share on your social media, it’s just one click."