Q and A
What is the Northeast Titan Quarter Midget Series?
The Northeast Titan Series is a non-profit created in 2018, sanctioned by USAC.25. The series consists of 6 quarter midget tracks in 4 different states- Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. We are proud to have the following tracks as part of the series- Garden State, Honey Brook Speedway, Little T Speedway, Oaklane Quarter Midget Speedway, Oswego County Quarter Midget Club, Syracuse Quarter Midget Club. Kids ages 5-16 have the opportunity to spend the weekend with family and friends learning valuable life sessions while racing.
How many races do you have throughout the year?
We have 6 race events throughout the year- one event per track, racing Saturday (Honda Day) and Sunday (Briggs Day) of the event. In addition we have optional practice Friday evening.
What is your racing format?
All drivers entered to race may practice Friday night. There is practice Saturday and Sunday morning for any cars registered to race that day. Saturday is Honda day and Sunday is Briggs day. Rookies can race both days, Saturday as a series race and Sunday as a race to benefit the home track. See pre-registration form for more details. We use heat race passing points to determine main event line ups. After main events and tech we have an awards presentation for all A Main racers.
How much does it cost to race?
Preregistration is open until the Tuesday before each event at a discounted, nonrefundable cost of $40 per car. You may register Friday night for $50 a car. Registration is also available Saturday and Sunday morning but you will start at the back of the heat race and not receive passing points.
How do you determine points?
Our series calculates points after each race. At end of the year we crown a champion in each division based on the best 4 out of 6 events. You will need to compete in a minimum of 4 events to receive an award at our end of the year banquet which is NOT to be missed. We even have a Red and Blue Rookie of the Year along with gifts for the drivers.
Do I need to be a USAC member?
You need to be a USAC member to race the series but guests are welcome with a one race membership through USAC.