It stands for Mike Keeler Motorsports. Thought he'd get killed, for sure. It was he who kept the sport alive during the Great Depression, when little else survived. Animal Braden Chapman Sr. Monadnock is a place where experienced guys seem to do well and few guys know the place better than Jeff.
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Gerry Hussey, then just 26 years old and hailed as being speedway's greatest find of the s, died racing a midget car at Rowley Park Speedway in South Australia on March 6 John Hyam reviewed a book on the Dons which I have been able to reproduce below. Then he won 31 more between and He scored his first win in a miler at Goshen, N. But, I believe they were banned.
Capitol Quarter Midgets - Quarter Midget Racing
Duryea drove a motor wagon that bore his name to his Chicago victory, averaging a then-thundering 5. He was the first man to break through the , and mph barriers in his assaults on the land speed record, driving his Spirit of America creations. When they weren't on track scoring points for the Saints, the trio worked part-time laying tarmac on various road building schemes in the south of England. You have to follow Midgets all the way around. In the days when tracks were deep cinder surfaces rather than the shale of modern times, their spectacle has never been reciprocated on the more modern slick shaleways. Visit the Coastal
It is now known that an announcement was made to the crowd that the first heat between Waterman and Young would be rerun, whereas the referee had already made a decision to award the race to Young. Ford established the first Land Speed Record for the flying mile when he drove "Old " to a speed of His resume also lists the and Winston Cup championships - both win seasons for him - plus the title. His win was memorable in many ways. In addition to his victory, he placed second in , and The race events are put on by the membership within the club.