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Racing

  • SECA Crate Sportsman countdown to River Wars race set Saturday night

    Lancaster Super Speedway will be hosting an exciting night of racing action headlined by the Deal 1 Auto Sales SECA Crate Sportsman Countdown to River Wars race Saturday night.
    The Deal 1 Auto Sales SECA Crate Sportsman drivers have three events, a non-winners race paying $400 to win, all-star winners race paying $400 to win and a full feature main event paying $500 to win.
    This race will be an action-packed race leading up to Rivers Wars on Sept. 3 for the Deal 1 Auto Sales SECA Crate Sportsman Division.

  • Lindsay posts first-ever win at LSS on Saturday

    Saturday night was a beautiful evening at Lancaster Super Speedway, with blazing racing, lower temperatures and heated tempers flaring.
    The SECA Crate Late Model main front row had Pat Lindsay and Benji Knight.
    At the green flag, Lindsay, Knight, Brandy Baker and Timbo Mangum roared into turn one battling for the lead. Exiting turn two, Lindsay led, while Knight, Baker, Mangum, Travis Steele and Manley Chaney contested for second.

  • SECA Crate Late Models, Vintage Division set for LSS return

    Lancaster Super Speedway roars back to action Saturday night.
    The LSS card is headlined by the popular SECA Crate Late Model Division.
    On July 30, “The Gambler,” Brandy Baker, won the SECA Crate Late Model Division race at Lancaster Super Speedway.
    Baker had to earn it though as Travis Steele pressured him the entire race for the lead.
    LSS racing fans can expect to see those  two drivers along with Hank Taylor, Timbo Mangum, Benji Knight, Mike Huey, Mac Huey, Manley Chaney and Charles Kluttz competing for the win.

  • Helms bags bounty in LSS win

    Lancaster Super Speedway featured top racing and amazing car counts Saturday night.
    In the Cauthen Motors Renegade Division, the front row had Ryan “Superstar” Whitaker and Robbie Helms. When the green flag waved to start the race, Whitaker, Helms, Brandy Baker and Andrew Baker battled for the lead entering turn one. Exiting turn two, Helms led with a dogfight for second between Whitaker, the Bakers and Steve Hinson.

  • Andrew Baker bidding for fifth straight win at LSS Saturday

    Lancaster Super Speedway roars back to action Saturday night with a major streak on the line.
    The Cauthen Motors Renegade Division features an interesting situation.
    Andrew Baker has been dominating the competition lately, reeling off four straight wins.
    Lancaster Super Speedway owner Doug McManus has put up a $150 bounty to any driver who can outrun Andrew Baker.

  • Cook wins in Pure Stock V8 debut

    Lancaster Super Speedway had an amazing car count Saturday night, with another strong night of racing.
    In Lancaster Super Speedway’s newly acquired division, the Pure Stock V8 Division debuted, with the front row of Bill Stutler and Jerry Knight.

  • LSS slates Pure Stock V8 debut, M&M Garage Extreme 4 showdown

    Lancaster Super Speedway will be providing plenty of racing action to the fans and drivers Saturday night.
    Debuting this Saturday is the Pure Stock V8 Division, and fans and drivers have wanted this division at LSS for a while now.
    The Pure Stock V8 Division provides some of the best racing at area tracks on Friday and Saturday nights.
    Drivers such as Wally Cook, Jerry Knight, Eric Cochran and many more are expected to be here to give the LSS half-mile dirt track a test Saturday night.

  • Norwood claims first career win

    Kyle Norwood captured his first career win in the Montgomery Towing Super Stock main event at Lancaster Super Speedway to highlight action on a hot Saturday night.
    Norwood and Brandy Baker were on the front row and when the green flag dropped, Baker, Norwood, Joseph Eneglbrecht and Chris Player roared into turn one in a lead battle.

  • LSS lights to shine on crate late models

    Lancaster Super Speedway returns to racing action Saturday with the SECA Crate Late Models headlining the night.
    On June 18, the SECA Crate Late Models put on one of the best races of the year at the half-mile dirt track, with division drivers Timbo Mangum and Benji Knight vying for the checkers.
    Mangum emerged with the hard-fought victory, his second of the year.
    Knight has two crate late model wins, as well.
    Other drivers with wins in the division are Steve Banal, Chris Hargett and Chris Steele, who each have one win.

  • Riggins Jr. rolls at LSS

    In perhaps one of the most action-packed USCS Winged Outlaw Sprint Car Southern Thunder Series features ever at Lancaster Super Speedway, Eric Riggins Jr. worked his way past the field Saturday for the win.
    When the green flag dropped, Morgan Turpen, who won at Carolina Speedway on Friday, roared into the lead with series point leader Terry Gray, Nick Snyder, Lance Moss and Riggins Jr. close behind.
    Early on, Turpen, the “Queen of the Wings,” stayed at the front of the pack until Snyder’s car came to life.