• Sheppard wins first-ever World Of Outlaws race at Lancaster

    The World Of Outlaws Super Late Model Series did not disappoint anyone Saturday night, as this was its first time ever at Lancaster Speedway.
    When the green flag dropped to start the race, hometown driver Ben Watkins led the big dogs of the World Of Outlaw Super Late Model field.
    Watkins had the highside in his favor as he was throwing down some laps that the World Of Outlaw drivers could not catch up to in the race.
    Watkins, at this point, started to pull away from the field.

  • June features run of LMS track action

    The Lancaster Motor Speedway schedule for June promises to feature plenty of action on the half-mile dirt oval.
    The details about the upcoming June 8 race are still being worked out, but LMS fans can find the latest details by checking the Lancaster Motor Speedway Caskey/Munn page on Facebook.
    June is set up to be a busy month at the track.
    The month opened with the first-ever visit by the World of Outlaws Super Late Model Series on Saturday night with the $10,000 prize.

  • Track returns to racing with action-packed night

    Lancaster Motor Speedway, after several weeks of inactivity due to rainouts and an off week, returned to the dirt track Saturday night at the half-mile oval.
    Action was intense with a host of competitive races to highlight the night.
    - In the Renegade main event, Andrew Baker continued to dominate the competition and cruised to the win.
    Renegade – Andrew Baker, Brady Kirk, James Marion, Jonathan Starkey, Brent Hodges, Marty Mason, Robert Bennett, Jason Knight, Steve Hinson, Dustin Sweat, Russell Kaye and Josh Seay.

  • World Of Outlaw Super Late Model Series set to invade LMS June 1

    The week of June 1 is here and the race Lancaster Motor Speedway fans has been buzzing about in recent weeks has arrived for a big night of racing.
    The big boys of the Super Late Model racing scene invade LMS for the first time ever Saturday night.

  • Racing back on track Saturday

    Lancaster Motor Speedway returns to action Saturday night.
    LMS had an off week last Saturday and Mother Nature has not been to kind to the big half-mile race track over the past month.
    LMS has not seen a race in over a month because of rain and stormy weather, but this Saturday weather is looking favorable for a clear night of racing.
    The Saturday racing card has the Thunder Bomber $1,000 to win, Renegade $600, SECA Crate Sportsman $600, Super Stock (Brandy Baker to start in the rear after 3 straight wins), Pure Stock V8, Vintage and Extreme 4.

  • LMS returns to racing action May 25

    Lancaster Motor Speedway will be roaring back into racing May 25.
    The LMS track was off May 18 due to numerous drivers and fans on vacation to the Myrtle Beach area for Bike Week.
    All the details for the May 25 race are still to be announced, but the race many fans are talking about is set for June 1 at the half-mile dirt oval.
    That is when the big dogs of the Super Late Model racing scene invade Lancaster Motor Speedway for the first time ever.
    The World Of Outlaws Super Late Model Series is the top notch Super Late Model Series in the country.

  • Lancaster Motor Speedway to host practice Thursday

    Lancaster Motor Speedway is off this Saturday, but the half-mile dirt track will host an open practice for any division in dirt track racing Thursday night.

  • Lancaster Motor Speedway off Saturday night

    Michael Knight
    For The Lancaster News
    Lancaster Motor Speedway will be taking off Saturday at the half-mile dirt oval.
    The off-week is due to numerous drivers and fans going on vacation to Myrtle Beach for the annual bike week.
    The following Saturday night, May 25, is still to be announced, but with all the rainouts for the 2019 racing season so far, LMS co-promoters Shannon Munn and Eric Caskey will reschedule one of the rainout races for May 25.
    The June 1 race has been discussed for a while.

  • Fifth-annual Buddy Crook Memorial race set for Saturday

    The fifth annual Buddy Crook Memorial race is Saturday at Lancaster Motor Speedway.
    Racing action was rained out Saturday, so the Crook Memorial is the next event at LMS.
    The biggest Monster Mini 4-Cylinder race to date on the 2019 racing season is paying $3,000 to win Saturday night.

  • Buddy Crook Memorial Saturday

    One of the most discussed races at Lancaster Motor Speedway is Saturday at the half-mile dirt oval.
    The Buddy Crook Memorial, featuring the MMSA 4-Cylinder Division, will be paying big money, just like in past years. Last year, the race featured 28-30 MMSA 4-Cylinders at LMS for the Buddy Crook Memorial.
    The race is held in memory of Crook, who was a veteran driver at the track. He and his family have a long history of driving success at the track.