Live streaming of the action at Little Airport Speedway, home of the Blackbird Quarter Midget Race Club. Blackbird QMRC established itself as a Non-Profit Organization in 1985 to provide quarter midget dirt racing for the children of Delaware. It currently has about 100 members that travel from DE, MD, PA & NJ. It is located on the grounds of the Airport Speedway in New Castle, DE. BQMRC is a 1/20th mile clay oval track that provides fast, and exciting racing action for boys and girls aging from 5 to 16. Our club is a recognized club from our sanctioning body, Quarter Midgets of America. A quarter midget is a scaled down version of an open wheeled midget car. The cars run various engine classes, are built around a tubular frame and are fully suspended through shocks and torsion bars. The bodies are painted to the drivers preference. The racing environment is about children and family. All family members are encouraged to participate. This sport strives to teach the children coordination, self-reliance, alertness, and the ability to handle motor-driven vehicles. It also stresses the importance of fairness, generosity, responsibility and above all, good sportsmanship.