Known as “Mr. Offenhauser,” Ken Hickey (April 28, 1912 – April 9, 2002) was a After the war, Hickey's Ford V-8 60 “rail job” Midgets were still able to keep up.
George Fonder in the Ken Hickey # 19 Offy. Avenengo 0 Rex Records is seated in a Ken Hickey owned Ford midget. Avenengo 19.
Here is part 2 of 6 parts on ARDC (mostly) midget racing in the northeast. 1946 – Midget racing George Fonder in a Ken Hickey Ford midget.
The largest midget block in Drake records had a bore of 3.3125 inches that, with a 3.750-inch crank, gave Hickey and his #19 Ford returned to racing in 1945.
Bill Schindler was elected its first president and virtually every midget driver in the Brayton Ford, Gearte SB2, Pontiac, Olds Quad 4, Brayton Alan Johnson.