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Racing

  • Lancaster Motor Speedway set for action

    Saturday night, July 14, should be an exciting night at Lancaster Motor Speedway with seven divisions competing in the Vintage Venegance part 2.
    During this special race, the No. 45 Purple Mustang of Marty Spittle will have to start in the rear of the field after winning three in a row. Spittle charged from the rear of the field Saturday night on his way to winning his third straight.

  • I-77 Speedway to host Carolina Clash SLM

    CHESTER – I-77 Speedway is set to host the Carolina Clash Super Late Model series Saturday, July 14.
    This will mark the series first visit to the 33-year-old speedway. The stars of the Carolina Clash will battle it out on the high banks of I-77 Speedway for the $4,000 top prize. With no other touring series in action on Saturday, a large number of drivers are expected. Luke Roffers, the current points leader for 2012 will be there, along with Dennis “Rambo” Franklin, Jeff Smith, Ricky Weeks, Johnny Pursley, Ross Bailes and $20,000 man Scott Autry.

  • Laney captures FWD/UCAR main event win

    There was plenty of racing action Saturday night at Lancaster Motor Speedway.
    David “Porkchop” Motes and Joseph Laney were in the front row for the FWD/UCAR main event. When the green flag dropped, Motes, Joseph Laney, David Laney and Mel Privette all battled for the lead entering turn one.
    Joseph Laney led Motes, David Laney and Mel Privette exiting turn two.

  • McGuirt wins Crate Sportsman vs. Super Street Shootout

     

    Jeffrey McGuirt, who has had his share of bad luck this season, earned victory lane at Lancaster Super Speedway after prevailing in the Crate Sportsman vs. Super Street Shootout on Saturday, Aug. 23 at Lancaster Super Speedway.

    The Shootout front row had Robbie Helms and Brent Hodges.

  • ‘Rambo’ nets Clash checkers

     

    Dennis “Rambo” Franklin captured the Carolina Clash win at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday, Aug. 16.

    The front row for the Carolina Clash Super Late Models Series main event was Franklin and Casey Roberts, each driving a Longhorn Chassis car.

  • Clash highlights LSS action Saturday

     

    The ever-popular Carolina Clash Super Late Models roar back into action at the half-mile Lancaster Super Speedway with round one of the Championship Chase for the series paying $4,000.

    Earlier this season, it was Fergy time at Lancaster Super Speedway as one of Dirt Late Models most popular drivers Chris Ferguson captured the Clash win at LSS on May 31.

  • Mangum captures win over Watkins

    Michael Knight

    For The Lancaster News

    There was plenty of action for dirt racing fans at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday, Aug. 9.

    u In the Late Model main event, Timbo Mangum and the Rock Hill “Bad Boy Ben” Watkins were in the front row. When the green flag dropped, Mangum, Watkins, Johnny Pursley and David Yandle battled for the lead.

  • Late Models in spotlight Saturday at Speedway

     

    Lancaster Super Speedway will host six divisions of racing Saturday, Aug. 9 after a rainout last weekend.

    The Saturday night card features the Late Models (Limited Late Models) headlining the program.

  • Rain washes out action at Speedway

     

    Lancaster Super Speedway suffered another race out this past Saturday, Aug. 2 as heavy rain on Friday and throughout the day on Saturday forced speedway officials to cancel the race.

  • Limited Late Models headline Saturday dirt-track races

    Lancaster Super Speedway roars back into racing action Saturday, Aug. 2, with six exciting divisions. The Late Models (Limited Late Models) will headline the program.
    Other divisions racing will be Pro Street, the ever-popular Deal 1 Auto Sales Crate Sportsman, the fan-favorite Super Street, the wild M&M Garage Extreme 4 and U.S. Bonding Vintage.
    Lancaster Super Speedway admission for Saturday, Aug. 2, is $20 for the pits and $12 for the grandstands.
    Pit gates open at 4 p.m., with the grandstand gates to open at 5 p.m.