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Racing

  • LSS hosts double points night

    Lancaster Super Speedway returns to racing action with double points night.
    The race will likely shake up the points in numerous divisions.
    On the Saturday night card will be SECA Crate Late Models ($200 new winner bonus), Super Stock ($200 new winner bonus), SECA Crate Sportsman ($200 new winner bonus), Renegade ($200 new winner bonus), Extreme 4 ($200 new winner bonus), Pure Stock V8 ($100 new winner bonus) and Vintage.
    The pits admission is $25 and $12 for the grandstands.
    Pit gates open at 4:30 p.m. and 5 for the grandstands.

  • Clash to be reset following Saturday rainout at track

    Lancaster Super Speedway saw its racing card washed out Saturday night at the half-mile oval.
    Lancaster Super Speedway owner Doug McManus and the Carolina Clash Super Late Models Series are trying to find a date to reschedule the race.
    Coming into the race Saturday night, fan favorites and hometown drivers Ben Watkins and Josh Langley were seeking to defend their home turf against the rest of the strong field in the Carolina Clash.

  • Sprint Cars at LSS on Saturday night

    The ever-popular USCS Sprint Cars will headline the show at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday night.
    Seems each time the USCS Sprint Cars invade the big half-mile of LSS, the crowd is record breaking.
    A big crowd is expected this week after the track had its third rainout in the last four weeks.
    The USCS Sprint Cars will carry speeds close to 150 miles per hour down the long LSS straightaways into the turns.
    The fan favorite is Mr. Lancaster Super Speedway, Eric Lee Riggins Jr.

  • LSS returns, hoping for rain to stay away

    Mother Nature has prevailed the last two Saturday nights at Lancaster Super Speedway, but LSS officials are hoping Mother Nature doesn’t make it a wet three weeks in a row and a rainout Saturday night – July 8.
    The racing focus is usually on the track, but track officials will be eyeing the sky as the start of the racing action nears Saturday night at the half-mile dirt oval.

  • Rain halts LSS racing action again

    Mother Nature prevailed for the second straight week to wash out racing action at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday night.
    The LSS pits were full of 21 Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models and numerous support division cars, and everyone was excited about the night of racing ahead at the half-mile dirt facility.
    The Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models headlined the night with $1,500 to win, $200 to start the race, with the highest finishing 604 Crate Late Model receiving a $100 bonus.

  • Lancaster Super Speedway taking a pit stop Saturday

    With the NASCAR race in Charlotte and drivers seeking an early-season break with their families, Lancaster Super Speedway officials decided during the offseason to take this Saturday off at the speedway.

    The LSS is taking a pit stop for Saturday night action.

    Racing is slated to return at the half-mile dirt oval May 27.

  • Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models return Saturday at LSS

    The Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models return to Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday night.

    On April 1, the Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models made their LSS debut.

    On that night Ben Watkins dominated the race.

    Watkins will not be here on Saturday night as he will be racing with the World of Outlaws Super Late Model Series.

    So this Saturday, LSS will have a new winner in the Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models Series.

  • LSS idle for Easter weekend

    Lancaster Super Speedway is taking this weekend off for Easter to give the drivers, fans and staff members some time off to spend Easter with their family and friends.

    Some of the Lancaster Super Speedway drivers will be racing elsewhere this weekend.

    David Laney is traveling to East Lincoln Speedway located on Mariposa Road, Stanley, N.C., 28164.

    Laney will be taking his Extreme 4 car to ELS for the first time. The divisions running at ELS will be Lighting Late Models, Renegade, Thunder Bombers, Stock 4, Pro Stock 4, Extreme 4/Front Wheel Drive.

  • LSS hosting Clash twice in 2017 races

    The 2017 Lancaster Super Speedway racing season is getting closer and closer.
    LSS race teams across the Carolinas are preparing for the upcoming racing season at Lancaster Super Speedway.
    The ever-so popular Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series will be competing twice at the  LSS half-mile during the 2017 season.
    The first Clash race is on March 18, with the second race scheduled for Sept. 2.

  • Drivers shine, records fall at Antioch races Saturday

    The Antioch Motor Speedway in Morganton, N.C., drew a record crowd in the grandstands and a record car count for the Thanksgiving Thunder and Phillip Knight Memorial race last weekend.
    It was a cold weekend for racing, but once the racing action got rolling the fans were excited with the massive car counts.
    In my dad’s race, the Phillip Knight Memorial race, Timbo Mangum and Chris Fincher were on the front row. When the green flag dropped, Mangum and Fincher battled for the lead entering turn one.