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Harry Gentry's 1962 MG Midget Vintage Racecar
The main event turned out to be one of the most memorable and talked about races in recent Production class racing history. Lucas sport ignition coil, ballast resistor, and Canton Racing Products inline "inspection" oil filter. In building this racecar, the first steps were disassembly and then media blasting of the unibody chassis and body panels to bare metal. Racing events have been held on oval and road course circuits in the Americas, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Contact us to purchase images or reproduction permission. Race cars and high-performance vehicles come in many different varieties and each variety has its own unique characteristics that define it. Higher resolution images are optionally available.
Chuck Pitt's MG Spridget (hybrid Austin Healey Sprite / MG Midget) Race Car, Number 98
Canton-Mecca canister oil filter with low oil pressure switch tapped into its top. Although it's been rebuilt with steel fenders for vintage racing, this is the very same MG Midget Craig Chima built and raced successfully in Within classes that match vehicle type and horsepower to each other, racers negotiate a race course one or more at a time not side-by-side, but at intervals while being timed. The fronts require inspection now and again and the rears require regular adjustment to keep them performing well. Holley fuel pressure regulator.
Chuck Pitt's 1968 Spridget (Sprite/Midget) Racecar
Description: Craig then converted it to vintage racing specs. Bad maintenance and worn parts can lead one into thinking that the brakes need up rating. Safecraft RS 10 fire extinguisher bottle. Probably the initial and greatest appeal of all Sprites and Midgets is their affordability and very low running costs, but pretty quickly new owners are captivated by the cars pin sharp handling and throttle response. They just looked like so much fun and the drivers always seemed to have the biggest grins on their faces.