USAC .25 Midget Series Visits Delaware
NEW CASTLE, Del. – The Blackbird dirt track at Delaware’s Airport Speedway drew close to 200 cars for the national USAC .25 midget event over the weekend.
With 14 total stops across the country, Blackbird served as Round 12 of the “Generation Next National Series and Round Four of the Dirt Triple Crown Championship.
“It was the first time we’ve been to Blackbird,” said Series Director,Kyle McCain. “It’s a nice track they’ve built here and the families were ready to go racing.”
Hannah Flood of Limerick, Pa. (Honda Hvy 160 / Briggs Un-restricted Animal) and Connor Gross of Middleton, Mass. (Honda Lt 160 & Briggs Lt WF) picked up top honors in 2 classes for the weekend. Other winners receiving commemorative Gold medallions were Joe Toth of Newtown, Pa. (Hvy Honda), Tori O’Neal of Everett, Pa. (Sr Honda), Zac Vickers of Vineland, N.J. (Briggs Hvy WF) and Christian Bruno of Deptford, N.J. (Briggs Sr Animal). The Andrecs Family of Edgewater, Md. took home 2 wins by brothers Alek (Jr Honda) and Braden (Briggs Jr Animal). Jonathon Morehouse of Harrington, Del. (Red Rookie) and Mikey Tansy of Dryxel Hill, Pa. (Blue Rookie) took home participation medals.
Dirt Triple Crown Championships will come down to the final stop on the 2014 Tour at the South Jersey Track in Atco, Oct. 3- 5. Columbus Motor Speedway will host a Wild Card event to complete the pavement Championship Series Sept.12-14.