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Racing

  • LMS releases full details about Renegade race

    The Renegade Division at Lancaster Motor Speedway will receive one of the largest paydays it has ever had in the history of Lancaster Motor Speedway on Nov. 17.
    For years and years the Renegade Division has been the  favorite division for LMS drivers and fans.
    The division has always been the most talked about division on social media and with the most popular drivers racing in it as well.
    This season, the Renegade Division car count average was between 16-20 cars on most nights.

  • Southern All-Stars Race drawing closer

    Anticipation is building in the Carolinas racing community for the big race date at Lancaster Motor Speedway.
    LMS, on Nov. 17, will host an event which just keeps getting bigger and bigger.
    The Southern All-Stars Super Late Model Series is making its first trip to Lancaster Motor Speedway for the 2018 racing season, paying $10,000 to win.
    For $10,000 to win, fans can expect to see the top Super Late Model and any Late Model driver in the Carolinas at Lancaster Motor Speedway on that Saturday night in mid-November in hopes of ending the season on a high note.

  • Hanging Rock Kartway hosts Race 4 Rowan on Saturday

    A benefit race – Race 4 Rowan – is Saturday at Hanging Rock Kartway, 1082 Horton Rollins Road in Kershaw.
    Rowan was diagnosed with AML M7 on Oct. 5.
    Rowan, age 3, is battling AML M7, an aggressive and rare form of child leukemia.
    The Hanging Rock Kartway race Saturday is to help Rowan’s family raise money to help with her medical expenses.
    Chris Hunter, a HRK race director, said “a record number of go kart racers and spectators are already committed to come to Hanging Rock Kartway.”

  • Race 4 Raven at Hanging Rock Kartway

    Hanging Rock Kartway is hosting a race called Race 4 Rowan. Rowan was diagnosed with AML M7 on Friday, Oct. 5. Rowan is a 3-year old girl, AML M7 is an aggressive and rare form of Leukemia for children. The race at Hanging Rock Kartway Saturday is set to help Rowan’s family raise money to help pay for her medical bills and anything else she will need.

  • Charlotte dirt track race on tap

    The race every Carolinas dirt track racer has been preparing for during the 2018 racing season is close at hand.
    The race, considered the crown jewel event for racers in the Carolinas, is as big as it gets in our area.
    The race is held at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, and every serious racer’s dream in the Carolinas is to win at Charlotte.
    The race is a three-day event, Oct. 25-27.

  • 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.