This Saturday night, September 30 is the 70th Anniversary Qualifier netting the feature winner a guaranteed starting position in the 70th Anniversary Celebration weekend coming up on October 13-14. On this week’s card will be Super Late Models and the Mason-Dixon Shootout Series for the Late Model Sportsman. General admission is $15, […]
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By Brett Rose HAGERSTOWN, MD – Justin Weaver survived two restarts and a serious challenge from 2017 Late Model Sportsman champion Kyle Lear to win the 25 lap LMS portion of the Small Car Nationals on Saturday night at Hagerstown Speedway. Weaver led from start to finish, but Lear made things very interesting following the […]
By Brett Rose Remnants of Hurricane Harvey made their way through the Mid-Atlantic region over Friday night and into Saturday afternoon, forcing officials to cancel the final night of point racing at Hagerstown Speedway for 2017. The final point race will not be rescheduled, and the championship point standings are final. Congratulations go out to […]
By Brett Rose HAGERSTOWN, MD – 2008 Hagerstown Speedway Pure Stock track champion Dale Hollidge drove his Gunter’s Honey No. 0 machine to win the Super Late Model portion of the Red Nininger Memorial-Hagerstown/Winchester Shootout on a special Friday night show. Hollidge took the lead away from Marvin Winters following an early race restart, and […]
By Brett Rose HAGERSTOWN, MD – With two laps remaining in the second heat race for the Late Model Sportsman/Mason-Dixon Shootout, heavy rains and lightning rolled over the speedway and with more storms on the way, officials at Hagerstown Speedway were forced to cancel racing activity. The Cornett Tribute for Pure Stocks and Small Fry Night […]
By Brett Rose HAGERSTOWN, MD – Marvin Winters wired the Thomas All Things Automotive Super Late Model field from start to finish to pick up his second feature win of the season at Hagerstown Speedway. Driving his familiar Tex Shaffer-owned No.46 Rocket XR-1, Winters drove off from fellow front row starter Scott Palmer at the start, […]