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MONSTER JAM 2020 CANCELED

Due to the increasing spread of COVID-19 and expanding restrictions on domestic and international travel, and in accordance with national, state and local governments prohibiting large group gatherings, the Monster Jam event scheduled July 24-26 at Hagerstown Speedway, has been cancelled.

15th Annual Bonanza Extravaganza CANCELLED

Dear Friends and Supporters,
It is with deep sadness that we must confirm the postponement of the 15th Annual Bonanza Extravaganza, which benefits first responders and local charitable organizations.
We are first responders and our primary concern will always be the health, safety and well-being of our community. We strongly believe that this is the right decision following the recommendations and mandates from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and Governor Hogan regarding large gatherings. This will help prevent the spread of the virus to our staff, volunteers and our loyal supporters.
The Bonanza Extravaganza will now take place May 7th & 8th, 2021. All current drawing ticket and guest pass holders for the 2020 Bonanza Extravaganza will be honored for 2021. This event is SOLD OUT. If you have any questions regarding tickets please contact ticketing at info@bonanzaextravaganza.com or 301-991-4646.
While this decision comes at a time of universal uncertainty, we take the safety and health of our guests, staff and community very seriously. We urge everyone to follow the guidelines and protocols put forth by public health officials.
As we navigate this journey, we are grateful for the commitment, compassion and friendship of our volunteers, supporters and sponsors. We look forward to seeing you at the speedway next year. Thank you very much!
 

Stacy Ryder

Bonanza Extravaganza 
Marketing – Sponsorship
Thank you for your continued support of the Bonanza Extravaganza!

ULTIMATE Northeast opener at Hagerstown postponed

Officials with the ULTIMATE Northeast Super Late Model Series and Hagerstown Speedway have announced that the season opener, slated for March 28th has been postponed with no rescheduled date immediately available. Maryland Governor, Larry Hogan, by executive order closed all non-essential business in the state effective at 5:00 pm on Monday. The executive order is indefinite. ULTIMATE Northeast Super Late Model Series and Hagerstown Speedway officials will continue to monitor the situation and work toward the rescheduled date once a more definitive timeline is available.

“Our number one concern is always the safety of our fans and teams,” said ULTIMATE Northeast Director, Rose Compton, “We are continuously monitoring the situation and will announce any updates as they become available.”

FASTRAK Companies International, parent company of the ULTIMATE Northeast Super Late Model Series, previously issued a statement amid the COVID-19 outbreak and is taking a race by race approach in response to the outbreak.

“We remain committed to taking a race by race approach in response to current events,” said FASTRAK Companies International Vice President DJ Irvine, “We want to get back to racing, and some sense of normalcy, as quickly as possible. However, we must remain dedicated to the safety of our fans, teams, and officials. The situation remains fluid all across the country, and we will follow all orders from federal, state, and local officials.”

The ULTIMATE Northeast is set to open its 3rd season of competition, all of which have opened at the Hagerstown, MD oval. Trevor Feathers won the season opener in 2018, with Justin Weaver taking the checkered flag in 2019. Jared Miley is the defending back to back champion of the ULTIMATE Northeast Super Late Series.

Check out the official website for the ULTIMATE Northeast Super Late Model Series at www.ultimatesupers.com/NEHome.html and continue to follow our social media networks for the ULTIMATE Northeast Super Late Model Series. Follow @UltimateNorth on Twitter to get up to the minute news and details as they become available. ULTIMATE Northeast can be found on Instagram @Ultimate_Northeast_slms.

The 2020 marketing partners for the ULTIMATE Notheast Super Late Model Series are VP Racing Fuel “The official fuel of Ultimate Northeast”, Hoosier, American Race Tires, Keyser Manufacturing, Ultra Shield Race Products, ARBodies, Beyea Headers, G.O.A.T. Beef Jerky, VP Racing Lubricants, Hi-Line Motorsports, TRUFORM Race Products, Penske Racing Shocks, Jays Auto Wrecking, MS Shock Therapy “Rookie of the Year” sponsor, Roys Auto Body “fast qualifier award”, Rugged Radios, Speed51.com “The official video home of ULTIMATE Northeast”, Hoosier Tire Mid Atlantic, Capitol Custom Trailers and Coaches “The official trailer of Ultimate Northeast” and Thomas Clarke Performance.

Hagerstown Speedway Readies for 73rd Season In 2020

Hagerstown Speedway is set, prepared and ready for its 73rd-season of racing at the Hub City oval in 2020. Kicking off the season this week is the annual Race-A- Rama Motorsports Expo at the Valley Mall on March 5-7.

Then this weekend on Saturday, March 7 will be the first of three scheduled Tune & Test weekends. The test sessions are open to all divisions of race cars. Testing will begin at 2pm. Grandstand general admission is free, and pit admission is $25.

Tune & Tests are also scheduled for March 14 and 21, respectively, with rain dates of March 15 and 22 if needed.

The 73rd season opener is scheduled for March 28 with the Ultimate Northeast Super Late Model Series competing for $3,000 to-win, and an automatic qualifier for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event scheduled for April 18.

Joining the card for the season opener will be the debut of the Fastrak Crate Late Models and Hobby Stocks. More news will be available as the opening date approaches.

For more information and the latest speedway news, make sure to follow Hagerstown Speedway on Facebook and Twitter, or call the speedway office at 301-582-0640.

ASCoC & IMCA Sunday Sprint Special at Hagerstown Speedway Season Finale

Hagerstown Speedway caps off the 2019 racing season with a Sunday night Sprint Car special event on September 22 as the Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car Series returns after an absence of many years away from the Hub City oval, along with the IMCA RaceSaver 305 Sprints.

The Sprint Car-only show kicks off racing at 6 pm.

410 Sprints last raced at Hagerstown during Pennsylvania Sprint Speedweek on July 4 with Freddie Rahmer scoring his first Hagerstown victory of his career. Many other stars from the Central Pennsylvania ranks are expected to battle the best of the ASCoC.

Leading the charge into Hagerstown for the ASCoC is series point leader Aaron Reutzel. Reutzel has been one of the winningest 410 Sprint Car drivers in the country. The Clute, Texas racer was the pole sitter of the Knoxville Nationals and recently picked up a huge win at in the $52,000 to win Tuscarora 50 at Port Royal Speedway.

The IMCA RaceSaver 305 Sprints have made a few appearances at Hagerstown in 2019, and have produced excellent racing each time without a repeat winner.

Also, fans that attended the ASCoC race at BAPS Motor Speedway on August 25, and still have their general admission grandstand ticket stub from August 25 can exchange that ticket at the beer stand and get a 12 oz draft cup of beer for 50 cents.

Must be 21 years of age or older with proper ID, and MUST have the grandstand ticket from the ASCoC race at BAPS from 8-25-19 only. Limit one 12 oz. cup of draft beer per ticket exchanged.

For our non-beer drinking fans, you may exchange your BAPS ticket and 50 cents for one small fountain drink at the concession stand. Limit one discounted drink sale per ticket.

  1. Grandstands open at 4pm, and racing begins at 6pm. General admission is $25, Students/Seniors/Military $20, kids age 12 and under are free. Pit admission is $35.

For the latest in news and updates, please follow Hagerstown Speedway on Facebook and Twitter, or call the speedway office at 301-582-0640.

Bring your 8-25 GA ticket from BAPS to Hagerstown on 9-22 and get a discounted beer!

On Sunday, September 22, the Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions comes to Hagerstown Speedway.

Fans that attended the ASCoC race at BAPS Motor Speedway and have their general admission grandstand ticket can exchange that ticket at the beer stand and get a 12 oz draft cup of beer for 50 cents.

That’s right – get a draft beer for 50 cents!

Must be 21 years of age or older with proper ID, and MUST have the grandstand ticket from the ASCoC race at BAPS from 8-25-19 only. Limit one 12 oz. cup of draft beer per ticket exchanged.

For our non-beer drinking fans, you may exchange your BAPS ticket and 50 cents for one small fountain drink at the concession stand. Limit one discounted drink sale per ticket.