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Twin Feature Race Informaion

Pill Draw for Heats. 1st Feature heads up from Heat finish. 2nd Feature will be inverted (1-10) determined by 1st Feature winner’s draw.  Sportsman Purse (15 lap) $350 to win, $100 for 10th,$50 to start, Pure Stock Purse (10 lap) $200 to win, $40 for 10th, $30 to start, Hobby Stock Purse (8 lap) $140 to win, $25  for 10th and to start.

Twin Features Night up Next

Coming up next at Hagerstown Speedway on August 5 will be Twin Feature Night for the Late Model Sportsman, Pure Stock, and Hobby Stock divisions.

The Late Model Sportsman will have two 15 Lap features, Pure Stocks will have two 10 Lap features, and Hobby Stocks will have two 8 Lap features.

Racers will be battling to get up to the front of the pack with some urgency as there are less laps than a regular feature, and each feature scores as a full point race.

General Admission is $12, Student/Seniors/Military is $7, kids 12 and under are free, and pit insurance $30. Race time starts at 7pm.

Also coming soon on August 12, the RWD 4 Cylinder Mini-Stocks have been added to the regular show for a 5 division lineup. South Side Pediatrics of Hagerstown has stepped up to be the main sponsor of the 4 Cylinder division, and other sponsors are joining daily. Look for more details to be announced in the coming days.

For more information, call the speedway office at 301-582-0640.

Rain Halts Nininger Memorial, Rescheduled for August 25

Heavy rains on Saturday afternoon with more forecasted for the evening forced officials at Hagerstown Speedway to postpone the Red Nininger Memorial to Friday, August 25, 2017.

There will not be any racing on August 26.

Also, the Late Model Sportsman division will be added to the card.

The Nininger Memorial for Super Late Models will still be a time trial event, and a 25 Lap feature event paying $2,500 to win.

Starting time for this Friday night show will be 7:30 warm ups

For more information, call the speedway office at 301-582-0640.

Red Nininger Memorial up Next as Part of Hagerstown/Winchester Shootout

Coming up this Saturday night, July 22 at Hagerstown Speedway is the Red Nininger Memorial held in honor of one the legendary past winners of the speedway. Super Late Models, Pure Stocks, and Hobby Stocks are on the card.

Long known as “The Jefferson Redhead”, the late Nininger’s career spanned from the coupes of the 1950’s, the Super Modifieds of the 1960’s, and Late Models in the 1970’s.

Nininger’s son Glenn had a successful career as a racer and team owner to keep the legacy of the Nininger name in the spotlight for many years.

Super Late Models will be racing 25 Laps for $2,500 to win. Nininger’s Tire & Auto is sponsoring two 6 foot tall trophies, a fast time trophy, $25 for heat race winners, and trophies for the Pure Stock and Hobby Stock winners along with a $25 award to the Pure Stock winner.

Nininger’s will also award $25 to five random drivers drawn by the feature winner at the conclusion of the race.

Round Hill Auto Service is sponsoring a $50 award to the fast timer, and another $50 if a new track record is set. They are also sponsoring $50 for the hard charger, and the 25th lap leader, while $25 goes to whomever leads Lap 2 and Lap 16.

Antietam Builders of Hagerstown is putting up $100 to the feature winner of the SLM and HS feature.

The SLM feature winner will also win four tickets to HersheyPark courtesy of WFRE 99.9 FM radio of Frederick, MD.

On top of this, Red Nininger’s great-grandson Randy Cole will sing the National Anthem. Cole will also will be singing it at Nationals Park on July 27 for the Washington Nationals home game.

General admission is $15, Students/Seniors/Military are $10, and kids 12 and under a free. Pit admission is $30.

For more information, call the speedway office at 301-582-0640.

Small Car National Qualifiers

This Saturday July 15, Hagerstown Speedway presents the Small Car Nationals Qualifiers as the Super Late Model division gets the night off.

 

The feature winners in the Late Model Sportsman, Pure Stock, Hobby Stock, and a special appearance by the 4 Cylinder division will all receive a guaranteed starting spot in the SCN on September 15-16.

 

All divisions will compete in an open competition, home track rules format. The 4 Cylinder division is open to both RWD and FWD cars.

 

This week, General Admission is $10, Students/Seniors/Military $5, Kids age 12 and under are free, and pit admission is $30. Gates open at 5 pm, and race time starts at 7 pm.

 

If you still have your general admission rain check from the PA Sprint Speedweek show, bring it for one of the remaining July regular shows for a $5 discount.

 

For more information, call the speedway office at 301-582-0640.