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Lancaster Motor Speedway will be hosting double main events for the Stock 4 Division on Saturday night.
Ray T. Adams posted the win last Saturday night and will be a favorite to win this week.
Before Adams’ win last week, Jeffrey McGuirt had won three in a row and will also be a favorite to take the win Saturday.
Other divisions to run Saturday night will be the NDRA GM Performance Late Models.
Ronnie Mosley won the first NDRA GM Performance Late Model main event last Saturday and Brandy Baker picked up the win in the second main event.
In the Super Street division, Jeff Knight, driving “The Gambler” Machine owned by Brandy Baker, prevailed.
In the Crate Sportsman division, Jacob Catoe picked up his first career win last Saturday night when he also received the traditional roll in the mud for a first-time victor at LMS.
In the Pure Street division, Jesse Carson notched his first win on the 2011 LMS season.
In the Vintage division, Kenneth Deese kept his hot streak alive, visiting victory lane yet again on the 2011 season.
In the Young Guns division, Andrew Baker continued his dominating 2011 season and captured another checkered flag on the 2011 season.
The pit gates open at 4 p.m., with the stands opening at 5.
Admission is $10 for the stands and $20 for the pits.
If you missed any of the action this past Saturday night, Jackie Sims will have videos for sale for $10.
Johnny Sims will have pictures of your favorite driver for sale as well.
For more details on Lancaster Motor Speedway, visit the track website www.lancasterspeedway.net or the tracks two Facebook pages.
To discuss track action, visit www.DirtRaceFans.com.
Lancaster Motor Speedway is located four miles north of Lancaster off U.S. 521. Turn right on Shiloh-Unity Road and follow a short distance to the track on the left.
The LMS 24-hour track phone is (803) 285-1877.