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Racing

  • Bailes nabs Ultimate Super Late win

    Clover native Ross Bailes held off Ultimate Super Late Model series points leader Zack Mitchell at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday to win the All American 40 and the first-place $4,000 paycheck that came with it.
    The victory made Bailes the first repeat winner of the 2019 Ultimate Super Late Model series season.
    Mitchell, the defending series champion, finished second, followed by Michael Brown, Dennis Franklin and Donald Bradsher.

  • Speedway to host regular racing night

    Lancaster Motor Speedway is set to host a regular night of racing action Saturday night at the half-mile oval.
    LMS, after numerous Saturdays of big races and suffering it share of rainouts, will have the first regular night of racing action scheduled in over a month.
    The card, minus the draw of a big race, will still have competitive action which will include the SECA Crate Late Models, Super Stock, SECA Crate Sportsman, Renegade, Pure Stock V8, Extreme 4, Vintage and Thunder Bomber.

  • Brandy Baker wins exciting Renegade race

    Lancaster Motor Speedway action was highlighted by an exciting Renegade Division main event Saturday night.
    The race was one of the best Renegade races of the 2019 season as Brandy Baker and Brent Hodges put on a show for the LMS fans.
    While Baker and Hodges battled, another driver was on a  mission to the front.
    Andrew Baker, in an impressive run, rallied from the rear.
    Andrew Baker, per track rules, started in the rear after winning three straight races.

  • Ultimate Super Late Model Series at LMS July 6

    One of the Southeast’s most popular Super Late Model Series is on track for Lancaster Motor Speedway to open the oval’s July racing schedule.
    The Ultimate Super Late Model Series will be at LMS, paying $4,000 to the winner.
    This race is expected to draw a crowd of Super Late Model Drivers from the Carolinas, Virginia, West Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee and other Southeastern states.
    Many drivers will be here chasing the $4,000 payday.

  • Relay for Life Night at LMS

    Lancaster Motor Speedway, following a rainout last week, will host Relay for Life Night on Saturday at the half-mile dirt oval.
    The racing night will be sponsored by Mane Street Hair Designers and DC Cycle, and the card will have the SECA Crate Late Models paying $1,000 to win.
    With Lancaster being one of the few track racing SECA Crate Late Models on Saturday night, fans can expect to see quite a few SECA Crate Late Models at the track known as “The Fastest Half-Mile Dirt Track in the South.”

  • LMS to host Relay for Life Night

    Lancaster Motor Speedway will wrap up its June schedule at the half-mile dirt oval, hosting Relay for Life Night.
    The race is sponsored By Mane Street Hair Designers and DC Cycles.
    Relay for Life has been a huge event across the United States, including the Lancaster community.
    This is a first-time event for Lancaster Motor Speedway, as track officials look to extend community activities and provide a greater awareness in the fight against cancer.

  • Gilbert wins Buddy Crook Memorial

    Matt Gilbert went home a happy and lucky man Saturday night, after Buddy Crook Memorial race winner Logan Richey was disqualified following post-race inspection.
    Gilbert took home the win, collecting the $3,000 payday and the beautiful Crook Memorial trophy.
    Intense racing highlighted the main event, from first all the way throughout the field.
    The race had numerous cautions throughout the race, with the big one happening in turns three and four.

  • Second-annual Phillip Knight Memorial race Saturday

    The second-annual Phillip Knight Memorial race will be at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday.
    This race, held in memory of my father, means a great deal to me and my family.
    My dad, who died in April 2016 after a long battle with an illness, was a big dirt track racing fan. For some 20 years, my dad enjoyed working with numerous drivers and their cars, mainly the Whitakers, Ryan and Chris.

  • Buddy Crook Memorial set Saturday

    Lancaster Motor Speedway is set to host one of the largest paying MMSA 4-Cylinder Series races for the 2019 racing season Saturday night.
    The Monster Mini Stock Association 4-Cylinder Series visits Lancaster Motor Speedway this week for the Buddy Crook Memorial.
    The race is held in memory of Lancaster Speedway racing legend Buddy Crook.
    The race has $3,000 to win, $1,200 for second, $800 for third, $600 for fourth and $525 for the fifth-place finisher.
    The race also has $500 up on the wheel bonus, and a $100 fast time award.

  • Buddy Crook Memorial rescheduled June 15

    The first try for the Buddy Crook Memorial was unsuccessful as Mother Nature prevailed with rain resulting in a rainout May 11 at the half-mile dirt track.
    LMS co-promoters Eric Caskey and Shannon Mun rescheduled the special race for June 15.
    The fifth annual Buddy Crook Memorial race is set for  Lancaster Motor Speedway.