The 37th annual Chili Bowl Midget Nationals wasn’t everything Santino Ferrucci of Woodbury, CT hoped it would be, but there was still something to be proud of at the end of the week’s festival of racing Saturday night.
I was running in the transfer spot in the B; I’m just learning and getting better every time. “You could definitely tell that, especially in my qualifier, when I started to get up there,” he said. Once I got a rhythm, I started to really run down people. “For me, the more laps that I’m running consistently, the better I’m getting. No matter which lane I’m in, it takes me a lap or two to really get going and get comfortable.”. “In that sense, whether it’s running the BC39 at the end of the INDYCAR season just to get some laps.
- Santino Ferrucci
(Motormouth/Photo: Kaleb Fulton)