After the racing season, the car passed through the hands of Jerry Meyers, Jeff Minnebraker and finally Dean Buckley. In , Wes Kroeze acquired the car from Dean in "basket condition". In , his son Steve inherited the car and began the seven plus year restoration project with some help and advice from Chuck Fawcett, the last remaining member of the original 95 race team. Corporation Tax ID During the past 25 plus years, we have grown from a single building to numerous facilities and hangars on over 20 acres of land.
Quarter Midget racing
Buddy Sload Three Quarter Midget Car | Photographed at … | Flickr
TQ Midget Parts blowout. Enough honda parts here to make 3 possibly 4 engines. Everything Honda goes! Ignition, headers, exhaust, engine parts, fuel injection, pump and drive system!
Three Quarter (TQ) Midget
Here is hard charging in close quarters, with cars in almost constant contact and with machinery competitively matched to an incredible degree. Rules are so stable that the longevity of these cars seems infinite. A few drivers are younger than their cars. There also are drivers past 60 who still are winning races. The overhead roll cage of steel pipe prevents the car from falling on and crushing the driver.
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 novices , or one quarter the speed of the adult car. Most of the competitive classes run speeds near 45 miles per hour. Current upper class quarter midgets can exceed 45 miles per hour, but remain safe due to the limited size of the track.