Pipeline Digital Media's newest DVD will give you an understanding and appreciation for the Carlsbad Raceway motocross track then take you deep inside of one of its biggest race days in American motocross-June 22, 1980, when the USGP hit American soil for the 10th time.The 500cc Grand Prix was the biggest race in America at the time, one of the very few broadcast on television, and one that had always been won by the Europeans. When the event came around in the summer of 1980, Gerrit "The Dentist" Wolsink had dominated the event by winning it five previous times, Roger DeCoster was on his final year as a racer and getting one last chance at a victory at this event, Brad Lackey was deep into his hunt for a World title and eager to gain some championship points on U.S. soil, Andre Malherbe was looking to extend his point lead, and the U.S.-based American racers were on the verge of the breakthrough of America's '80s MX dominance...but none had beaten the Euros on home ground yet. Not the young Americans aboard factory bikes or the privateer underdogs, including 23-year-old Marty Moates, who would have his day of days on his hometown track.The filmmakers have done an excellent job of intercutting interviews of nearly every racer involved with the race. You get a multi-character perspective of what was happening on the track, and what that all meant to the racers and the teams. Unfortunately, lacking in these interviews is Marty Moates himself, who took his own life late in 2006. Maybe because of his absence, Moates stands as a mythical racer while the then-best and future greats, as well as Moates' mother and brother, extol his riding on that day. The film is as much about Marty as how each of us can find magic on those special days when everything lines up.