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Racing

  • Pepsi Night to open LMS 2019 racing season

    One of Lancaster Motor Speedway’s biggest sponsors will open up the 2019 dirt track racing season in grand style March 15-16.
    Pepsi has been a major sponsor at Lancaster Motor Speedway for years.
    The Pepsi Night action  opens Friday, March 15, with the first of two nights of racing headlined by the SECA Crate Late Models.
    The race will have a full show, paying $1,000 to win.
    The opening night at LMS also has the Super Stock, SECA Crate Sportsman, Renegade, Pure Stock V8, Extreme 4 and Vintage set to roll.

  • Hanging Rock Kartway hosts Top Gun Championship

    The Top Gun Championship Series, presented by Browns Karts and Parts, will continue at Hanging Rock Kartway on Saturday.
    Racing will be the Clone Classes of Clone 325 paying $200 to win, Clone 350 $500 to win, Clone 375 Top Gun $500, Clone 425 Top Gun $500, Clone 425 $300, Amateur Clone 350 $100, Amateur Clone 350 Trophy.
    Predator Classes of Predator 325 $200, Predator 350 $500, Predator 375 Top Gun $500, Predator 425 Top Gun $300, Predator 425 $200, Amateur Predator 350 $100, Amateur Predator 350 Trophy.

  • Curtis has big night at Hanging Rock Kartway

    Emma Curtis highlighted the action at Hanging Rock Kartway on Feb. 9 in the  Top Gun Championship Series 9.
    Curtis captured two wins in the Amateur Predator 350 Trophy and Amateur Predator 350.
    The Red Plate Trophy went to Alexis Vasser, with the second Red Plate Trophy going to Connor Langley.
    Clay Bellamy captured the win in Jr. 1 Top Gun and was second in the Jr. 1 main event.
    Trace June won the Jr. 2 and then Jr. 2 Top Gun.

  • Winged Outlaw Sprint Cars here this season

    One of the most popular races throughout the Lancaster Motor Speedway racing year has been when the USCS Winged Outlaw Sprint Cars visit the half-mile dirt oval at LMS.
    The racing machines fly around LMS, reaching speeds up to over 140 mph.
    Speedway fans need to mark July 20 on their calendars as the USCS Winged Outlaw Sprint Cars will be here that night.
    Some of the drivers never lift off the throttle as they flat-foot it around the track.

  • Top Gun Championship Series Saturday

    Hanging Rock Kartway will host the Top Gun Championship Series on Saturday.
    Classes running will be Clone 325, Clone 350, Clone 375, Clone 425, Amateur Clone 350, Predator 325, Predator 350, Predator 375 and Predator 425.
    Junior classes running are Red Plate Clone, Jr. 1 Green Plate/small pipe, Jr. 2 Purple Plate/small pipe, Jr. 3 Blue Plate/small pipe, Pee Wee Predator, Jr. Predator 1 and Jr. Predator 2.
    Hanging Rock Kartway is located on 1082 Horton Rollins Road in Kershaw.
    Gates open at 9 a.m.

  • MMSA Buddy Crook Memorial set May 11

    As Lancaster Motor Speedway gears for the 2019 dirt track racing season, one of the top early-season races is set for May 11.
    The Buddy Crook Memorial for the Monster Minis 4-Cylinders will be headlining racing action that night at the half-mile dirt track.
    The MMSA is a traveling 4-cylinder series that travels across the Carolinas and Georgia.
    The race is held in memory of the late Buddy Crook, a LMS legend who won in nearly every single division he competed during his long racing career.

  • Hanging Rock Kartway provides exciting racing

    Hanging Rock Kartway had quite a night of racing Saturday night.
    The karting action featured great side-by-side racing, beating and banging and then the excitement spilled off the track. Big money was on the line as numerous go-kart classes were in action.
    Red Plate: Mason Barrett won over Talon Gaylord.
    Amateur Clone 350: Brandon Blackmon dominated in a win over Breckin Bodie.
    Amateur Clone Trophy: Brandon Blackmon again topped  Breckin Bodie.
    Amateur Pred 350: Lillian Crosby won over a competitive Emma Curtis and Braydon Oliver.

  • Extreme 4 Shootout set

    Lancaster Motor Speedway will host the M&M Garage Muffler and Tire Extreme 4 Shootout on April 27. The Extreme 4 Division, which debuted at LMS during the 2011 racing season, has since grown to over 20 cars weekly, hosting major races.
    The division has produced some of the best racing each season, with some of the best rivalries at LMS and on most nights the largest car count in the Carolinas. This division is where most fans/drivers live their dreams of racing at LMS.

  • Cauthen Motors presents Ready To Rumble Night

    Lancaster Motor Speedway will open the month of May with a big bang.
    Cauthen Motors will present the Renegade Rumble, paying $1,000 to win. Veteran LMS fans, who have been coming to the half-mile dirt track over the years, already know which division is the most popular at the track.
    Most of the fans come to see this division every Saturday night because of all the big name drivers in the division and over 10 drivers could win any given Saturday night.

  • Faith Funderburke Realty Super Stock Shootout April 13

    Lancaster Motor Speedway is set to host the annual Faith Funderburke Realty Super Stock Shootout on April 13.
    The Super Stock Division has been one of the racing mainstays at LMS over the years, with one driver dominating the division.
    That driver is “The Gambler,” Brandy Baker, who has notched numerous wins and championship over the years in the Super Stock Division, but that all changed in 2018.