“Crazy track” was Paul Russo’s description of the former bicycle racing track in Nutley, N.J.
For 2008 UMARA champion Jim Anderson, the Joliet Memorial Stadium has been a constant source of bittersweet emotions.
One year ago, Kyle Larson sat in the post-race press conference for the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals making no attempt to hide his profound disappointment.
If a race car’s reputation is based on the drivers that have sat at the wheel, then this 1948 Kurtis-Kraft midget (serial number 287) scores a high rating.
It took three full seasons, but in 1993, Keith Rauch used Steve Peachey’s V4-powered car to claim his first Rocky Mountain Midget Racing Ass'n championship.
Joe and Louise Rauch, like other American couples in the mid-1930s, were just trying to shake off the impact of the Great Depression and go about the business of raising a family.
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