The Midget Grand Prix formula is the fastest of all those that grace the country's Stock Car circuits, but these machines are just about as far from Stock Cars as you can get. The cars are pure racers and use highly tuned engines, but are still well within the budget of the working man.
The tracks, known to aficionados these days as 'small ovals' rather than Stock Car tracks, consist of two short straights joined by two 180 degree bends. Average speeds over the quarter mile tracks are therefore lower than the likes of Brands Hatch, but the acceleration is phenomenal as the cars burst up to seventy miles per hour for a few seconds before the driver slams on the brakes and turns into the bend.
There are no forthcoming fixtures for this formula.
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