USAC Quarters Open At Orange Show
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — The USAC Honda .25 Driver’s began the “Generation Next” Tour this weekend at the Orange Show Facility.
Coined the fastest quarter midget track out west, some driver’s can make a lap in just 4 seconds around the concrete oval. With 96 cars in attendance, the event raised $600 for Autism Awareness.
With 11 mains on tap, Daniel Anderson (Honda Heavy 160 & Briggs Heavy World Formula), Logan Heath (Honda Lt 160 & Briggs Lt World Formula) and Carson Hocevar (Heavy Honda & Briggs Senior Animal) all doubled up with victories, while Brady Johnson won Junior Honda, Zane Almon took Senior Honda and Tanner Reif, won Briggs Junior Animal. Famous Rhodes was the Mod Class winner and Gabby Valenzuela took first honors in Red Rookie.
Drivers traveled coast to coast for this weekends events coming from as far east as New York, Michigan and North Carolina, as well as Florida, Tennessee and Texas, to race at the banked Orange Show track.
Mike Clancy and his 11 year-old son, Michael, traveled all the way from Ortonville, Mich. and have committed to running all nine of the pavement races on the USAC Tour.
Another trailer made it’s way out from the Nashville Club hauling four cars for Christian Pitman and Chase Johnson.
Christian took home a 3rd place in Senior Honda and a 6th place finish in Honda Lt 160. Chase leaves California with a 6th place finish in Junior Honda and a 7th in Briggs Junior Animal.