underlying photo was made in the middle or late 1990s, and I can't vouch for accuracy
of the alignment of the track in 1960. I am certain, for instance, that the little
chicane near "B" between Turn One and the bridge was not a feature when
I was there. I think the second sweeper, so geometrically symmetrical in the photo,
may have swept all the way to a point as far north as the end of the long straight,
rendering the turn longer and less severe. The turn leading to that sweeper may
have been more of a sweeper itself. I expect to update as information accrues.
(The purple line is what I remember of a program map I saw somewhere recently.
I don't know its accuracy or era, but it is probably better than the orange one)
Click HERE to see a 1960 Pomona event program
with a crude course map.
Near the lower right corner you can see what
seems to be the horse racetrack. I don't know if it is the same one I went to
to see the "big cars" in the late 40s or early 50s. More at "Race
Clickable carats >
show photos taken from those locations.
Blue outline is (very) approximately
the location of pits and paddock.
denotes the flag station at Turn One.
is north of the bridge, a hallmark of Pomona racing photography.
is the area from which many of Tam's Pomona photos were taken.
is where I had parked my MG, as shown on Pomona 1 page