The ARDC was formed in The association goes all the way back to , when they first presented races together at Williams Grove Speedway and elsewhere. That association lasted through the racing season. The two groups again aligned from through The biggest news from this association is a big event planned for two days in June at Williams Grove Speedway. The schedule calls for the midgets to support two big shows on June 15 and June 16 at the Grove.
Auto racing inside Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City first began in when a series of Midget car races was held during the fall of that year. The following autumn, the Midget car racing events were held once again. With the specter of World War II hanging over the nation, many auto races were first voluntarily and later legislatively cancelled to aid in the war effort and Boardwalk Hall racing was such a casualty. Auto racing enjoyed a tremendous post-World War II boom throughout the nation but Boardwalk Hall, while an active and thriving entertainment venue, remained silent to the roar of racing engines. It was not until January of that Pleasantville.
Tentative plans call for two divisions of racing for the inaugural event with a maximum of 70 TQ Midget entries to be accepted in the headline division. A field of 30 Slingshot registrants will also compete in the one-day event, with racing action beginning at PM. Auto Racing history in the area spans a century. Dorney Park, a fifth mile asphalt oval, ran its first races in , its last Modified race in and its last race in Nazareth, Pa.
Motorsports and Tiny Ms. Motorsports, the crowning of several winners in various age groups of Kids Big Wheel races, and the awarding of Best In Show Booth awards to deserving show exhibitors. Crowned Little Ms.