MUROC 1940

Hot Rod|July 2020

MUROC 1940
In the early days of California’s hot rod culture, serious racing was done at a small group of dry lake beds in the Mojave Desert named Rosamond, Harper, El Mirage, and Rogers.
Tony Baker

Situated at the edge of Rogers Dry Lake was Muroc, a desolate farming settlement on a little-used Santa Fe Railroad line with a depot, a small store, and not much else.

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July 2020