Jackson Wins the Red Nininger Memorial
June 26th, 2016
When we talk about top events to win at the Hagerstown Speedway, the Red Nininger Memorial is at the top of the list. Red was a corner stone in the tri-state and visited victory lane at the Hagerstown Speedway several times. Glenn Nininger, son or Red had three of his Dad’s cars at the track this past weekend and boy did it bring back a lot of great memories. We were also honored to have Red’s Great-Grandson, Randy Cole sing the National Anthem.
The Hoosier Tire Super Late Models would kick things off with time trials in which Kenny Moreland would set overall fast time. Read more »
Fifield gets his first ever win at The Dirt Capitol
June 19th, 2016
We all have seen drivers get their first feature win and Saturday night at the Hagerstown Speedway Jerry Fifield from Winchester Virginia gave us race fans something very special. Fifield started 8th in the E-mod feature and parked is ARC Racing sponsored E-mod in victory lane.
The E-Mod feature would see lead changes by the likes of Rick Goodman, Derek Deuesenberry, Mike Corbin and finally Jerry Fifield. Read more »
Dan Stone finds new life in Victory Lane
June 12th, 2016
June 12, 2016
On Saturday June 11th the Hagerstown Speedway hosted the KRS Graphics Appalachian Mountain Speedweek Series presented by Dirt on Dirt in which the Hoosier Tire Super Late Models would complete in a 40 lap featured event paying at top prize of $5,000. Dan Stone from Whitestown PA dominated the 40 lapper and found new life in victory lane.
The feature had few cautions but one caution that may change the series point’s battle was midway through the feature. Defending series champion and points leader coming into the Hagerstown Speedway Jeff Rine in the 2J lost a motor going into turn 1 in hit the wall hard midway between turns 1 and 2. At the time Rine lost his motor he was running a strong 2nd just a few car lengths behind Stone. After Rine lost a motor Marvin Winters in the #46 would hold onto 2nd. Winters in his post-race interview stated this was almost like a win and it was a big team effort to finish 2nd amongst the top tristate drivers. Read more »
Kyle Lee picks up a BIG WIN at the Dirt Capitol
June 5th, 2016
June 5, 2016
Driver of the 2T set fast time in his group, won his heat race, started on the outside of the front row and dominated the 30 Lap, $1,500 to win Cochran Auctioneers Late Model Sportmans feature.
Kyle Lee who just graduated from high school showed a level of maturity and racing confidence that most people never see. “I really got to think my team”, Lee noted in victory lane. Kyle led every lap and at times pulled away from the field. “I just needed to hit my marks”, stated Kyle “I knew I had a good car”. Read more »