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Erick Rudolph of Ransomville, N. I never had that opportunity in the past. Thank you New Smyrna and crew for all your hard work putting this event together! We currently are doing over events yearly in the Midwest and have opened a second office in Florida. All text displays correctly on a computer. The bodies are fiberglass, usually painted to the drivers preference. However due to fewer cars racing this year than previously and other factors, we have less money in the banquet budget than before.
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The Jack Lowe's Kurtis #92 Quarter Midget “THE SURVIVOR” story by Doug Schiller
Curious to see if anyone knows where this racecar may be today. Over the years I have never lost my love for motorsport competitions. If you are able to donate items or put together a basket, please let her know text or call Although we know that no schedule would be perfect for all. I ask you to take a moment and look far into the future -- say, ! I wondered about coming back, whether I would be healthy enough. If you are trying to view the post on a mobile device, the right side of the text might be cut off.
Thorson is back home againwith Keith Kunz Motorsportsin Indiana
Usually the phone number will be the club president's number. Thank you so much to the generous families and companies that contributed to making our banquet a success for our children! Search everywhere only in this topic. Many clubs have a training car or cars. This site and its contents are a project of WSI. The Quarter Midget Association is constantly reviewing and evaluating safety rules to ensure that quarter midget racing remains a safe, yet competitive sport.
Most clubs will give you a key to the track when you join so you can go out whenever you want to practice. And, with the introduction of the new Honda motor for novice and stock classes, the cost of racing for a year will be minimal. Any member of the group may post questions or answers there. Jason is a eighteen year old kart racer from Walnut Creek, California. I wonder where my car is now? Steve Craig of Levittown, Pa. The rest of this story is about brothers Jack and Dean Lowe and their link to the past through John Gunsaulis.