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King Kofoid: 2021 USAC Indiana Midget Week Review

Speedway, Indiana (June 8, 2021)………Despite its beginnings on a rainy night at Paragon Speedway and a closing on a much similar night at Kokomo Speedway 10 days later, the largest schedule in USAC Indiana Midget Week history was run to completion with all eight events contested, and each setting its own bit of history in the process.
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Buddy Kofoid collects USAC Indiana Midget Week crown

Nobody can ever accuse USAC drivers of failing to be hale and hearty, and downright tough as nails. Having already battled back and forth through the searing heat in the most rigorous and longest USAC Indiana Midget Week Series in history, those brave pilots had to put up with one last ultra-long night in the finale.
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Kofoid Denies Seavey For Indiana Midget Week Title

KOKOMO, Ind. – Logan Seavey may have had a chance at the USAC Indiana Midget Week championship when the final feature began Saturday night at Kokomo Speedway, but Buddy Kofoid made sure that chance never came to fruition. Kofoid ran forward from 13th to seventh as Seavey faded back from...
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Windom Wins Kokomo Finale, Kofoid Collects Indiana Midget Week Title

Kokomo, Indiana (June 12, 2021)………With eight nights of racing over a 10-night span, the lengthiest and most rigorous Indiana Midget Week schedule in the 17-year history of the series bled into another day following a rain delay that pushed Saturday’s USAC Indiana Midget Week finale at Kokomo Speedway into the early hours of Sunday for the USAC NOS Energy Drink Midget National Championship.
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Kofoid Puts Kibosh on Streak at Gas City

Entering Friday’s penultimate round of USAC Indiana Midget Week at Indiana’s Gas City I-69 Speedway, all the chatter revolved around who could step up and carry on the streak that had a different driver and team winning a USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget feature in each of the last eight races, the longest such run of parity since 2009.
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Kofoid Puts the Kibosh on Streak with USAC IMW Win at Gas City

Gas City, Indiana (June 11, 2021)………Entering Friday’s penultimate round of USAC Indiana Midget Week at Indiana’s Gas City I-69 Speedway, all the chatter revolved around who could step up and carry on the streak that had a different driver and team winning a USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget feature in each of the last eight races, the longest such run of parity since 2009.
Charleston, ILstlracing.com

Kofoid Captured Victory from the Tail at Charleston Speedway

Charleston, IL. (05/21/2021) Michael “Buddy” Kofoid made the trip to victory lane at Charleston Speedway after overcoming tagging the tail early in the 30-lap race after he spun. Kofoid earned his fifth victory on the 2021 season which brings him to twelve career victories with the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League.
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Kofoid Does It Again In POWRi

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — Buddy Kofoid stole the victory for the first night of the eighth annual Turnpike Challenge at I-44 Riverside Speedway Friday night. It was Kofoid’s third Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget League victory of the season. Kofoid started his night strong and ended it by leading the field to the checkered flag for the main event around I-44 Riverside Speedway.
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Kofoid Continues POWRi Dominance at I-44 Riverside Speedway

Buddy Kofoid passed teammate Brenham Crouch on lap 19 of 30 and then held him off late to win Saturday’s POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League Turnpike Challenge feature at I-44 Riverside Speedway, his record-setting fourth consecutive win to open the POWRi season. Overall, Kofoid has five national midget feature...
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Kofoid takes opening-day win in Ocala

Buddy Kofoid held the race lead of the 2021 USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget season-opening event throughout the night and throughout day over a span of time totaling nearly 17 hours at Ocala, Florida’s Bubba Raceway Park. Granted, that was due to rain halting the proceedings 13 laps into...
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Toyota partners with Racing Dynamiks to field Bryson and Kofoid on asphalt

19-year-old Toyota Racing Development drivers Kaylee Bryson of Muskogee, Okla. and Michael “Buddy” Kofoid of Penngrove, Calif. will debut on asphalt in 2021, as the USAC National Midget contenders will drive in the Northwest for Racing Dynamiks this spring. The duo will test and compete across Washington in Pro Late Models and Super Late Models, racing at South Sound Speedway in Rochester, Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, and Wenatchee Valley Super Oval in East Wenatchee.
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Kofoid Takes on USAC Silver Crown in 2021

Buddy Kofoid will compete in the seven dirt rounds of the USAC Silver Crown National Championship in 2021 as the new driver of the Chris Dyson Racing Maxim/Kistler No. 9. Penngrove, California’s Kofoid, the 2020 USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget Rookie of the Year, has not yet sat in the seat of Silver Crown car in competition as of yet, but has excelled in a wide variety of race cars, ranging from the Midget where he won three times with USAC this past season as well as winged sprint cars with a 2019 Fremont Speedway championship, All Star wins and a pair of victories in the Wild Wing Shootout at Arizona Speedway less than a week ago under his belt.
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Kofoid wins second straight 2021 Wild Wing Shootout feature

For the second straight night, Michael “Buddy” Kofoid has been able to win the Schaeffer’s Oil Wild Wing Shootout presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts at Arizona Speedway in San Tan Valley, Arizona. When he won on Friday, it was his first win of the season. Due to inclement weather in...