• Heavy rain leads to rescheduled races

    Due to heavy rain over the weekend, Antioch Motor Speedway and Sumter Motor Speedway canceled their races.
    Antioch has rescheduled their race for the third straight weekend to Dec. 8. Sumter has rescheduled its race to a later date.
    Antioch Motor Speedway to host Thanksgiving Thunder/Turkey-Santa 155
    Antioch Motor Speedway, located at 2850 Race Track Street  Morganton, N.C., 28655, will be hosting its final race under the promotion of Jason Smoot.

  • 2nd-annual Phillip Knight Memorial set to run June 22

    The second-annual Phillip Knight Memorial Race is set for  June 22, 2019.
    After talking with Lancaster Motor Speedway co-promoter Shannon Munn, it was decided June 22 is the perfect date for my father’s memorial race.
    The first Phillip Knight Memorial race was a highly successful night at Lancaster Motor Speedway on June 23.
    The grandstands were packed to the max, concession stands ran out of food, race cars filled the pits, spectators’ cars filled the outside of the race track as well as the spectator parking in the pits.

  • Charlotte Racers Expo schedule set

    The eighth annual Charlotte Racers Expo is set for this weekend, today and Saturday, at the Cabarrus Arena & Event Center, 4751 NC 49 North,   Concord, NC 28025
    An auction for Go Karts and race cars will be held.
    Schedule of events:
    • Noon – Auction Preview, trade show opens.
    • 2 p.m. – Auction begins.
    • 6:30 p.m. – Karting-Specific Auction (minimum $2,000 worth of karting parts guaranteed to sell).

  • Two races slated this weekend

    Area racing fans can check out two regional races in the Carolinas this weekend.
    Antioch Motor Speedway, located 2850 Race Track Street in Morganton, N.C., 28655, is hosting its final race under the promotion of Jason Smoot.
    Smoot, owner of the Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Model Series, is hanging up promoting the half-mile dirt track in Morganton to put all his focus on his highly successful Blue Ridge Outlaw Model Series for the 2018 racing season.

  • Palmetto State 50 is Fergy time

    The Palmetto State 50 drew some of the Southeast’s biggest names in dirt late model racing, but the biggest name expected at the half-mile dirt oval didn’t make it to the track as Scott Bloomquist’s hauler broke down 20 miles from the race track.
    On the pole for the Palmetto State 50 for the Southern All-Stars Super Late Model Series $10,000-to-win race was Zack Mitchell.
    Mitchell was one of the favorites for the $10,000 payday. When the green flag dropped to start the race, Mitchell grabbed the lead over Jeff Smith, Ben Watkins and Chris Madden.

  • Super Late Model action heads LMS race

    Lancaster Motor Speedway puts the final touches on its 2018 season with a major racing event Saturday.
    The half-mile dirt oval will host the Palmetto State 50.
    The Saturday racing card headlines the Southern All-Stars Super Late Model Series.
    Top prize for the main event is $10,000.
    Fans can expect a major battle for the high stakes race, with Scott Bloomquist leading an ace field.

  • Palmetto State 50 set Saturday

    Lancaster Motor Speedway will be hosting the Palmetto State 50 Saturday night.
    The headline race on the night will be the Southern All-Stars Super Late Model Series $10,000-to-win main event.
    Saturday has a Black Sunshine forecast as the driver some consider the G.O.A.T. will be here, Scott Bloomquist.
    Bloomquist will invade The big half-mile dirt oval.

  • Watkins focused on Nov. 17 race

    The Rock Hill Bad Boy Ben Watkins has already established himself as one of the best to ever race at Lancaster Motor Speedway in any race car.
    Watkins has won numerous times from a stock body car to a Late Model, but there is another track that has been pretty good to the driver known as “The Rock Hill Bad Boy.”
    The track is near the North Carolina coast, the Fayetteville Motor Speedway.
    Watkins should absolutely love the track.

  • Palmetto State 50 set for Nov. 17

    Lancaster Motor Speedway co-promoters Eric Caskey and Shannon Munn have released full details on one of the biggest races in the history of Lancaster Motor Speedway.
    On Nov. 17, Lancaster Motor Speedway will be hosting the Palmetto State 50, the headlining race for the night will be the Southern All-Stars Super Late Model Series paying $10,000 to win.
    Fans can expect to see some of the best Carolinas Late Model drivers, as well as those from across the Southeast, to come to the big half-mile track dirt track.

  • 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.