United States Speed Association Kenyon Midgets Indianapolis Speedrome Indianapolis, IN Friday May 10, 2019 Feature: 1. Kameron Gladish, 2. Colin Grissom, 3. Tommy Kouns, 4. Jack Macenko, 5. Nathan Foster, 6. Ben Varney, 7. Tyler […]
Ryan Huggler conquered a hot muggy night at the Sportsdrome Speedway to become the sixth different winner in six K&M Tool and Die Mel Kenyon Midget Series presented by Newton Oil and Dragon Racing Fuels. Last week’s winner Trey Osborne followed Huggler home in second. […]
On Friday night May 25 Anderson Speedway will feature the 2nd Annual Don and Mel Kenyon Classic for the K & M Tool and Die Mel Kenyon Midget Series as a part of the Pay Les Little 500 presented by UAW GM week. […]
USSA Kenyon Midget Series Indianapolis Speedrome Indianapolis, IN Saturday May 12, 2018 Feature: 1. Tommy Kouns, 2. Trey Osbourne, 3. Colin Grissom, 4. Nathan Foster, 5. Logan Huggler, 6. Kameron Gladish, 7. Gage Christy, 8. […]
United States Speed Association Indianapolis Speedrome Indianapolis, IN Saturday April 28, 2018 Feature: 1. 10 – Logan Huggler 2. 84 – Ryan Huggler 3. 60 – Trey Osbourne 4. 22X – Cole Christy 5. 57 […]
The UAW American Made Mel Kenyon Midget Series sanctioned by the United States Speed Association is revising the format used to line up the feature race. Starting with the first race at Anderson Speedway on April 15th, qualifying times will no longer be used to set the field for the main event.
Officials of the United States Speed Association are pleased to welcome Simpson World Indy as the sponsor the UAW American Made Mel Kenyon Midget Series Rookie of the Year for the 6th consecutive year. The winner of the 2017 Simpson World Indy Rookie of the Year award will receive a Simpson helmet with a value of $1000 or less at the annual USSA Awards banquet in November. […]
The USSA UAW Mel Kenyon Midget Series kicks off the 2016 championship campaign at Anderson Speedway on Saturday April 16. Dameron Taylor will lead the 9 of the top ten drivers from the tightest championship battle in USSA history onto Anderson’s high banks. […]