The complete program from the 1970 "Billy Huber Memorial Motorcycle Racing Classic" held on April 26th, 1970 at the Reading Fairgrounds in Reading, PA.

Former AMA Dirt Track Racing Champion, Billy Huber was killed in an accident that happened at Dodge City in 1953. He was leading the 200 mile race at the 120 mile mark when his rear wheel flew off. Tossed to the track, he was taken to a hospital where he died the next morning. Billy Huber was a resident of Reading, PA.

The race was won by Bill Tuman of Rockford, IL as only 15 of the 47 that started finished in the 105 degree heat.

Billy Huber had been a well known American Motorcycle Association racer until the 40s. On 08 August 1948 he and Bobby Hill finished in a dead heat in the 10-mile National Championship motorcycle race at Lakewood Speedway in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Only dead heat in American Motorcycle Association history.

After his death, the "Annual Billy Huber Memorial Racing Classic" was organized in his memory.