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Racing

  • Hanging Rock Kartway in action

    For the fans looking to catch a local track near Lancaster, Hanging Rock Kartway will be hosting a go-kart race Saturday.
    Hanging Rock is located on 1082 Horton Rollins Road, Kershaw, S.C., 29067.
    Gates open at noon, with 1 open round and 1 class qualifying/practice at 2 p.m. and racing at 5.
    Gate fees will be kids age 5 and under free, 6-12 years-old $5, 13 years-old and up $15.

  • Lancaster drivers post strong showing at KOC race

    Lancaster Motor Speedway drivers were kings of the road over the weekend.
    A host of LMS drivers ventured across the state border into N.C. to Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, N.C., to compete on Friday and Saturday.
    The Lancaster drivers battled in the annual King of the Carolinas races.
    This race has become a crown jewel event for all dirt track racers, because if you win in your respected division, then you will be known as King of the Carolinas.

  • Hanging Rock Kartway draws packed house

    Hanging Rock Kartway had a packed house with the night’s highlight coming when Clint Mills captured the $1,000 victory in the Predator 390 Class.
    Mills won over Jamie Seymour, Austin Mcinvaille, Jerry Mullis, Justin Payne, Tony Gaylord, Jonathan Hinson, Amber Still, Scott Shutters, Kyle Brown, Jamie Boone, Daniel Humphries, Tyson Fries, Mark Ghent, David Bryant, Derrick Keeter, Chris Cook, Kailey White, AJ Miller, Drew Curtis, TJ Anderson and Jimmy Hawk.

  • Lancaster Motor Speedway drivers prove strong

    The highlight of the racing weekend was driver Mike Huey traveling to Laurens County Speedway in Laurens where he produced a stellar showing.
    Huey, in a return to the Limited Late Model Division on Saturday night, prevailed against some stiff competition in Laurens.
    LCS regulars, such as Tony Quarles, Deano Long, Dustin Sloan, Frank Coates, Austin Watkins, Mike Kernells, Mac Huey, David Todd and Butch Riddle, were what Huey had to battle Saturday.

  • LMS sets final points standings

    Lancaster Motor Speedway co-promoters Shannon Munn and Eric Caskey saw LMS cap its season last weekend with the track’s two-night show.
    Munn and Caskey thank the LMS fans and drivers that supported Lancaster Motor Speedway on the 2018 racing season.
    Munn and Caskey were instrumental in keeping the oval in the dirt track racing spotlight throughout the season with numerous big races and record car counts and crowds from early spring to early fall.
    LMS has one race left, coming Nov. 17.
    The LMS points races and final standings are history.

  • Lancaster drivers venture to other tracks

    Lancaster Motor Speedway is idle this weekend, but LMS drivers will compete at a couple of regional tracks.
    Lancaster drivers will be racing at East Lincoln (N.C.) Motor Speedway, or Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney this weekend. At East Lincoln Motor Speedway, the track will be hosting the second annual Fall Brawl Race on Oct. 6-7.
    Divisions racing will be Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models, Lightning Late Models, Thunder Bombers, FWD/Extreme 4, Renegade, Stock 4, Pro 4,

  • LMS caps regular season with close racing action

    Lancaster Motor Speedway capped its 2018 regular season with a two-night show at the half-mile oval Friday and Saturday night.
    The action Friday night was intense with tight racing throughout the divisions.
    In the Super Stock main event, Jason Gulledge took the win over Timbo Mangum, Elias Grant, Eric Caskey and Michael Chaney. Gulledge also captured the 2018 Super Stock points championship.

  • LMS to host two-night racing show

    Lancaster Motor Speedway caps its September schedule with a big two-day show this weekend, tonight and Saturday.
    The action tonight will have the 25-lap SECA Crate Late Models with $1,500 to win, $150 to start and no entry fee.
    The Pure Stock V8 has $1,000 to win, Super Stock $550, Extreme 4 $350.
    The Renegades and SECA Crate Sportsman will run only heat races tonight.
    Admission prices for tonight are $25 for the pits and  $12 for the grandstands.

  • Shrine Race features competitive night

    The return of the Shrine Race at Lancaster Motor Speedway featured a competitive night of track action Thursday.

    The Renegade Division featured the race of the night with track veteran Brandy Baker taking the win.

    Andrew Baker and Jason Knight were on the front row.

    At the green flag, Andrew Baker, Knight, Brandy Baker and Steve Hinson battled for the lead entering turn one.

    Exiting turn two, Andrew Baker led.

    Andrew Baker was up front with Steve Hinson on his bumper challenging him for the lead.

  • Speedway set for two-night racing

    Lancaster Motor Speedway, due to the running of the Shrine Race on Thursday night at the track, was off Saturday night, but racing returns with a two-day show Sept. 28-29.

    Lancaster Motor Speedway co-promoters Eric Caskey and Shannon Munn will be end the 2018 racing season, their first-ever as co-promoters at the half-mile dirt oval, with a dirt track bang.

    The two-day racing event will draw some of the top area cars to LMS for one of the biggest racing dates in the history of the track, which opened in 1954.