Since the Madison Square Garden Corporation began promoting midget racing last year, the fastest "doodle bugs," as the midgets are called, have been flocking to New York from all. The races are held every Wednesday evening at the Garden Bowl. Thirty thousand seats have been removed from the famous boxing arena to make way for a one-fifth mile asphalt -track forty feet wide. The turns are slightly banked and are fifty-six feet at the widest part. There are two barriers, a crash-rail twenty feet from the track and a crashwall a few feet behind it The crash-wall is held together by almost one mile of one-inch steel cable. The track is brilliantly lighted by forty-four light poles, each carrying two 1, watt lamps.
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Midget cars , also speedcars in Australia, is a class of racing cars. The cars are very small with a very high power-to-weight ratio and typically use four cylinder engines. They originated in the United States in the s and are raced on most continents. There is a worldwide tour and national midget tours in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand. Some early major midget car manufacturers include Kurtis Kraft s to s and Solar —
Just a few days after last month's Motor Sport pages went to press I was pleasantly proved a liar. For in that issue I had noted that "in general, the traditional art of making two-seaters move that little bit faster has died out", following this uncertain ruling up with the declaration that a modified Sprite, or Midget, call it what you will, had never passed through my hands. British Leyland Special Tuning personnel were the people responsible for this month's about face, laying on a day of modified motoring which included four sporting two-seaters among a batch of entertaining machinery. You can read about that enthralling exercise in "Performance News", for here we want to concentrate on the outcome of that day, which for us was one hot week with one exceedingly "hot" MG Midget. After all there are not many steel-bodied, 1,c.