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Racing

  • Rain washes out LSS action

    Rain washed out action at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday and LSS owner Doug McManus has decided to move the March 26 program to April 2.
    The card Saturday night has three make-up main events from Saturday, March 19 when those events were also a weather victim.
    Super Stock paying $1,000 to win, Crate Sportsman $1,000 and Extreme 4 $500 will be making up their main events this week.
    On April 2, the regular racing program has the SECA Crate Late Models, Super Stock, SECA Crate Sportsman, Renegade, Vintage and Extreme 4.

  • LSS to host exciting racing night

    Lancaster Super Speedway will host an exciting night of racing Saturday at the half-mile dirt oval.
    The LSS racing card has three make-up main events from last Saturday night when the racing action was rained out at the track.
    The reset action this week has the Super Stock paying $1,000 to win, Crate Sportsman $1,000 and Extreme 4 $500.
    The main events Saturday include the SECA Crate Late Models, Super Stock, SECA Crate Sportsman, Renegade, Vintage and Extreme 4.
    Admission is $25 for the pits and $12 for the grandstands.

  • Bailes captures Clash win in Palmetto State Championship

    The Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series headlined racing action, with Ross Bailes taking the coveted checkers at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday night.
    The Carolina Clash was the featured race for the inaugural Palmetto State Championship at the dirt oval.
    Chris “Smokey” Madden captured the pole, setting a new track record of 18.219.
    At the green, Madden and hometown favorite, “The Rock Hill Bad Boy,” Ben Watkins battled for the lead entering turn one.

  • Super Late Models highlight state race

    The Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series highlights the inaugural Palmetto State Championship at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday night.
    The Super Late Model Series winner earns $5,000 with the checkers.
    The LSS racing card includes the Super Stock, SECA Crate Sportsman and Renegades paying $1,000 to win each division. The Extreme 4 Division pays $500 for the win.

  • Inaugural Palmetto State title race highlights LSS opener

    Lancaster Super Speedway hosts the inaugural Palmetto State Championship, headlining the night of racing will be the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series paying $5,000 to win Saturday night.
    Along with the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series, the support divisions running Saturday night include the Super Stock, SECA Crate Sportsman and Renegade paying $1,000 to win in each division.
    The Extreme 4 Division will pay $500 to win.

  • Speedway to host car show, practice, Mud Bog

    Lancaster Super Speedway will be in high gear for track activity with family fun Saturday.
    The day opens with the annual LSS car show presented by Swankyville, Carolina Legacy All-Star Cheering Leading and Faith Funderburke Realty.
    The car show starts at 10 a.m. and closes at 2 p.m.
    All race cars and mud bog trucks need to be entered by 11 a.m. and judging begins at 11:30.
    Division sponsors for the car show are the following:
    Kenaki Karate – Crate Sportsman
    High Rollers Tower – Renegade

  • Speedway’s car show, practice March 12

    Lancaster Super Speedway is gearing to open its 62nd season of racing as the LSS hosts its annual car show March 12.
    The event will also feature a LSS Mud Bog run and an open practice for Speedway drivers.
    All divisions will be featured at the car show.
    The car show is at 10 a.m., with the Mud Bog and then practice at the half-mile dirt oval.
    Racing fans will be able to get an up-close look at the cars which will compete each week at the track. Fans can also meet and talk racing with the drivers and their pit crews.

  • LSS slates practice, car show, mud bog

    Lancaster Super Speedway, launching its 62nd season, will be a busy place March 12.
    LSS will host the annual car show, presented by Swankyville, Mud Bog and practice.
    The race car show has been a popular event for race track fans throughout the years because it presents fans, young and old, a chance to meet their favorite race car drivers and see all their new cars.
    This season, the race cars will be joined by the Mud Bog trucks and jeeps at practice.

  • Speedway slates annual car show March 12

    Lancaster Super Speedway will host its annual Car Show on March 12.
    New to the Lancaster Super Speedway site this year is the newly built Mud Bog track, which will be in operation after the Car Show.
    All divisions will be on hand for the car show and even the mud bog trucks will be there as well for a mud run.
    After the mud bog event is over, there will be practice on the race track for all race cars.
    The car show starts at 10 a.m., followed by the mud bog and then practice.

  • LSS slated for Racing Expo

    Lancaster Super Speedway will have a booth at the fifth annual Charlotte Racers Expo on Jan. 22-23 at the Metrolina Tradeshow Expo.
    The address is 7100 Statesville Road, Charlotte, N.C., 28269.
    The website for the event is www.charlotteracersexpo.com
    Lancaster Super Speedway is entering its 62nd racing season with the 2016 campaign.
    Lancaster Super Speedway is located four miles north of Lancaster off U.S. 521.
    Turn right off U.S. 521 on Shiloh Unity Road. Follow Shiloh Unity Road a short distance to the track on the left.