Post a Comment. Racing our Family at Play This blog is to show all of our family, friends and each other how much fun we have at racing. All of the crazy times, all of the hard times, all of the work and most of all, all of the play we get to do together as a family.
In different countries there are different forms of racing available to youngsters. It seems like many of the kids who participate end up having a career in racing or the wider racing industry. It just breeds a different type of competitor.
Effective immediately, and in order to ensure the safety of our drivers, vented fuel caps will not be allowed at Midwest Thunder events. This decision is based on significant fuel leaks that have been observed, videotaped, and reported over the past few weeks at our events, and also failures of the cap that have been communicated to us by other regions. Each track offers a unique shape and has its own personal character.
The following are a few pictures of some interesting Quarter Midget racing stuff that I have come across. Since Michael and I will not be racing during the season, I will keep my eyes open at the various races we attend, take pictures if I find any more neat things, and put them up here. If you see anything that you think should be up on this page because it would be of interest to other Quarter Midget racers, take a picture and e-mail me. David Hathaway aka Grasshopper October The above three pictures are various views of an old?
At Prodorutti Supply, our passion for racing goes back nearly 30 years! With that history, you can be sure that you're dealing with quarter midget racing experts! And that means you can count on knowledgeable service unsurpassed in the industry.
Quarter Midget auto racing for youngsters has enjoyed a rich history in the Phoenixville area, just like all the other sports. Barry Taglieber - For the Mercury. Five-year-old Lily Pfander checks her tire pressure before a race at Phoenix Speedway.
Quarter Midget racing is a form of automobile racing. The adult size midget being raced during the start of quarter midget racing, used an oval track of one fifth of a mile in length. An adult size midget in the s and s could reach miles per hour, while the single cylinder 7 cubic inch quarter midget engine could make available a speed of 30 miles per hour In a rookie class Called novicesor one quarter the speed of the adult car.
Memorable Pictures. Click on the pictures to enlarge, there are LOTS of pictures, so be patient loading, and keep scrolling! Here is my car at the Portland Grand Nationals in