Taking images and story from Marty's Facebook page and failing to first get his permission (although he has always been ok with it before) I offer his entertaining story with results from USA Cycling site:
Marty--Cat 3, 44 out of 49 (that is hard to believe)
Jon Morgan--Cat 4, 34 out of 52 (dang, those CA races are the real deal)
Terri Griffith--Masters 45+, Cat 1/2/3, 27 out of 44 (wow, tough field)
I did the Boulevard Road Race in the mountains east of San Diego. It was a brutal course and they take racing very serious. 66 miles and 5,900 ft of climbing. Within 5 miles of the start, bikes were bumping into each other and important bikes parts were shooting off the road.
Within 10 miles a guy falls on a cattle guard and goes down. I had to quickly get past the wreckage because the race goes on. I get back to the group and one of the guys asked if the guy who caused the crash is ok. Another guy explained that if you can't cross a cattle guard on your race bike while going 30+ mph, maybe he should not be in this race. Another guy says don't worry, he is not our favorite guy to ride with anyway. Ouch.
About half way into the race I am still with the front group but I can tell that I am fading. I am talking to a friend next to me and it turns out that he was behind the guy who crashed and he landed on him. It broke his fall, he got back up and he was still in the race and riding strong.