These cars have 300 to 400 horsepower and weigh 1,000 pounds. But just because they are midget cars doesn't mean they
can't pack a mean punch. The high power and small size of the car make midget racing quite dangerous. Why do you thing they
have roll cages and other safety features? Not to look good, but to keep the driver safe.
Midget Car Racing tickets are available. These little suckers can move 2.5 to
25 miles. Midget car racing was born on August 10, 1933 at the Loyola High School Stadium in Los Angeles as a weekly program
created by the Midget Auto Racing Association (MARA). Some of the most famous Midget tracks include Angel Park Speedway
in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin and Ascot Park near Los Angeles.
Purchase motorsport tickets and root for your favorite driver. These might be small
cars, but they have very high power-to-weight ratios and typical use four-cylinder engines. Despite their name, these cars
are driven by average-sized drivers. Grab your tickets today and see some of the most intense driving out there.