World’s Fastest Midget

On September 7, 2014, Milwaukee Midget Racing established a new Bonneville course record of 122.539 mph for the I/GT class. This was the oldest standing record in the GT category—it stood unbeaten for more than 22 years.

The 1971 MG Midget, running a 999cc, 5-port A-series engine, and driven by owner Chris Conrad, ran a best speed of 126.684, with an average record speed of 122.539, during the 2014 Utah Salt Flat Racing Association’s World of Speed event.

Through continued work and racing development, it is Milwaukee Midget Racing’s intent to keep and maintain class dominance in the one liter stock bodied sports car category, and maintain MG’s presence as both a historic and relevant marque in Land Speed Racing.

'World’s Fastest Midget' have 3 comments

  1. January 27, 2015 @ 8:35 am

    Great job Chris! ! 999cc A series engine turning 9200 rpm, WOW! Who is your “engine elf”?



  2. March 8, 2015 @ 7:05 pm Mokegrl

    When 1L Ruled the Earth…. I’m driving a 998 right now – Nowhere near 120 mph. I ‘m feeling it when I say = you guys ROCK!!


  3. December 19, 2016 @ 9:06 am Jay Solesbee

    Great speed is the rear gear stock. I’ restoring my 1965 Austan Heally Sprite I was brought home forme the hospital in. There have only bee 3mechanics ever me my dad and mg brother. In 68th late 80’s in South Carolina
    They did a hill climb up My. Mitchell we hand made an intake to use 4 SU’s and we radar fined it at 99.8 of course no good no repete pass and on its clone we burned a vaulve(melted a hole in it lol) I was impressed with your speed looking at how stock the car is would love to see more pic if could. Keep CHASEING THAT SPEED. JAY


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