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Lancaster Motor Speedway will be hosting seven exciting divisions on Saturday night.
Heintz Brothers Performance will be putting up extra money in every division this week. Heintz Brothers Performance is now the parts dealer at the race track for Lancaster Motor Speedway.
Division’s running this Saturday night will be NDRA GM Performance Late Models, Super Street, Crate Sportsman, Pure Street, Vintage, Stock 4 and newest division to Lancaster Motor Speedway Extreme 4 (Front Wheel Drive.) With the extra money, Heintz Brothers Performance is putting up, you can expect to see some of the top drivers in the area at LMS to come in and try and take the prize.
Andrew Baker wins
In the Wednesday race story on the Carolina Crown, an editing mistake deleted some information on the Crate Sportsman race.
During the late stages of the race, 2011 Lancaster Motor Speedway Young Guns V8 points champion Andrew Baker overtook the lead.
Baker, the son of fan favorite Brandy Baker, then set sail and pulled away from the field.
Behind Baker it was Chad Adams Jr., and Dustin Sweatt dueling for second place.
Coming to the white flag, Sweatt and Adams were racing each other hard, but on this night it would be all Andrew Baker as he would go on to pick up his first career Crate Sportsman win.
Sweatt made his move on Adams coming out of turn four on the high side to overtake second place.
Lancaster Motor Speedway is located four miles north of Lancaster off U.S. 521. Turn right on Shiloh-Unity Road and follow to the track on the left.
Call the LMS track phone for weather and scheduling updates at (803) 285-1877.