This is one of my favorite logos I have designed... if you note the race car number mirrors the drivers initials used in the logo. The logo and graphics were designed for a father/son racing team in southern California.
The Quarter Midget car they built is a scaled-down version of an actual midget racer, approximately 1/4 scale. The cars are built around a tubular frame and are fully suspended with springs or torsion bars and shocks. The bodies are fiberglass, usually painted to the drivers preference. Surrounding the driver is a chrome-moly roll cage and nerf bars. The engines are single cylinder and produce between 2.5 & 4 horse power. Modifications in the upper classes allow these engines to reach several times the stock horse power. These air-cooled 4-cycle engines are reliable and can produce as much as 10,000 rpm's in their more highly modified forms. This is one of my favorite logos I have designed... if you note the race car number mirror the drivers initials used in the logo.