HAGERSTOWN, MD – Three big nights of racing highlight the next two weekends, with a big show in between at Hagerstown Speedway that fans surely don’t want to miss.
On May 27, the Mason-Dixon Shootout Series for 358/Limited Late Models make their debut visit to the Hub City oval. The new series created this year for the Limited Late Model racers have enjoyed some early success at other tracks boasting good car counts racing for some increased prize money.
They will be also be joined by our regular lineup of Super Late Models, Pure Stock, and Hobby Stock divisions.
Another special feature beginning on May 27 is new pricing for students aged 13-17, senior citizens age 60 and over, along with military personnel with proper I.D. For this show, the new discounted pricing for students, seniors, and military will be $12. Regular admission will be $15 for grandstands and $30 for pit admission.
A Wednesday night special on May 31 brings the opening night of the Appalachian Mountain Dirt Late Model Speedweek Series. The popular week of racing for Super Late Models comes back to one of the original tracks that has been part of the AMDLMSS since its inception. The $4,000 to win race is sure to bring out some of the top regional SLM talent.
Joining the series will be the Pure Stock division for a Home Track Rules feature event. Race time for this special evening begins at7:30pm. General admission is $20, students/seniors/military is $15, and pit admission is $35.
Then on Saturday, June 3, Hagerstown Speedway presents Fan Appreciation Night. Super Late Models get the night off as the Late Model Sportsman will be the headline division, along with the Pure Stocks and Hobby Stocks. Fans can get general grandstand admission for $7, while students/seniors/and military will be admitted for just $5. Regular pit admission of $30 still applies.
On June 10, the student/senior/military rate for regular shows will be $10. And as always, kids age 12 and under are still free.
Make sure you mark these events on your calendar, and come join us as we continue to celebrate our 70th anniversary of racing. We look forward to having you visit “The Capitol of Dirt Track Racing”.
Call (301) 582-0640 for more information.