St. Nicholas School Holds First-Ever Mini 500

The 2nd grade drivers were helped out by their 8th grade buddies.

Photo by St. Nicholas School. 

(Sunman, Ind.) – It was a fun day in the sun for students at St. Nicholas School. 

The school held their first-ever Mini 500 on Thursday.

With input from their second-grade buddies, eighth-grade students designed and made cars and served as the pit crew for their second-grade drivers.

The drivers completed 20 laps with the winners enjoying a carton of milk and the traditional kiss of the bricks seen at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Sorry, it doesn't look like there's any photos here just yet.

 

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