Valley Timing Association

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A Valley Timing Association dash plaque. Photo provided by Steve Corgiat.

Valley Timing Association was a 350-man membership club that covered a 200-mile radius from Stockton where the group was based. Their meets were held down south at El Mirage and up north in Reno.[1]

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