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A "jackal" from the back of the junkyard launched a dozen or so banana cream pies into the crowd midday at the races. Not to be wasted, the pie offered a few spectators a taste of something sweet.
Keg beer, sliced watermelon and ironed hot dogs were on the menu at the Power Tools Drag Races, which started at noon on a pristine Sunday in San Francisco and ended at sunset.
The "Red Rooster," a makeshift bike with a lawn mower motor, won a manned race down the track. It smoked out the crowd afterward because of burning rubber on the bike. General guidelines of the race were to "finish your machine before you arrive. Stay away from the liquor. Go faster than everyone else. Don't crash. Win money."