November 18th, 2016
Our track promoter, Ernie Davis has been promoting the Hagerstown Speedway the past 3 years with support from several people and businesses. Ernie would like to thank all of the race teams, fans, track staff and sponsors for the amazing support. However, it is with heavy heart to announce that Ernie will not be returning in 2017. It was a hard decision not to return but Ernie will continue to support racing in the tri-state area. Ernie values each and every person that supported the speedway and his efforts as a promoter. He would like to wish all of the race teams, area tracks, sponsors and fans a successful 2017 season.
Champions Recognized at the Awards Banquet
November 7th, 2016
The Hagerstown Speedway held their annual awards banquet this past weekend on Saturday November 5th at 6:30pm. The banquet would open with prayer and dinner & then move into the awards.
Danny Wilson, the announcer at the speedway would MC the Awards Ceremony. Read more »
JACKSON, SAGER, LEE, RUTHERFORD, BARE, HULSON, AND ANDERSON CAPTURE THE WIN IN THE 3 ANNUAL ERNIE D’s FALL BASH.
October 16th, 2016
HAGERSTOWN, MD: As the 2016 racing season comes to an end, the 3rd annual Ernie D’s Fall Bash did not disappoint. With two, three, even four wide racing in all divisions, the fans attending witnessed another great event of the 2016 season. A big thank you goes out to McFarland Custom Painting, KRS Graphics, Wrenches and Wreckers, and Iser’s Towing for adding to the event payout.
D.J Troutman set fast time in Friday’s qualifications for the Late Model division, earning him the pole position for the $4000 to win feature and receiving a $50 Fast Time bonus from Iser Towing. Outside pole sitter Kenny Pettyjohn set a blistering pace at the start of the 40 lap event as Keith “Action” Jackson started his march forward from his 14th starting spot. Jackson would take the lead late in the event and held on to take the win ahead of a strong running Marvin Winters. Read more »
Sponsors come together to make it a Exciting Season Finale
October 12th, 2016
We are very fortunate to be able to announce that we are putting more money in the purse of four of the classes on this weekend’s schedule. McFarland Custom Painting has put up extra money for the Pure Stocks, Hobby Stocks, Late Model Sportsman, and Crates. KRS Graphics has also put extra incentive in the Crate class. So with that said, the Pure Stocks will now be paying $700 to win, Hobby Stocks paying $500 to win, Late Model Sportsman paying $1300 to win and Crates paying $1200 to win. Iser Towing has also came on board and put up $50 the driver who sets fast time in the Late Model division.
General Manager, Keya Davis, says “we can’t thank these sponsors enough for their support. We appreciate everything that they do for us throughout the year. When you have good people to support your track and support the sport you love that is when it makes it all worthwhile.” So a big thank you goes out to McFarland Custom Painting, KRS Graphics, and Iser’s Towing. We look forward to a great weekend of racing that the Dirt Capitol!
With all of the heavy rain…
October 1st, 2016
With all of the heavy rain that has hit the tri state and more in the forecast for today, track promoter Ernie Davis has been forced to cancel tonight’s event.
We will be be back in action for the Annual Ernie D’s Fall Bash on October 14th and 15th.
JACKSON AND MORGAN JR. LEAD LIST OF HAGERSTOWN’S SMALL CAR NATIONAL WINNERS
September 19th, 2016
HAGERSTOWN, MD: There are weekends to remember in the racing world and this past weekend at Hagerstown Speedway was one that will go into the history books as “Legendary”. With two, three, even four wide racing in all divisions, the fans attending the 10th Annual Small Car Nationals witnessed what could have been the best event of the 2016 season.
Keith Jackson set fast time in Friday’s qualifications for the Late Model Sportsman division and earned the pole position for the $2000 to win feature. Jackson jumped out to an early lead but along came Rance Garlock with a second turn inside move to steal the lead on the ninth lap. Garlock continued to show the way until the 21st circuit. However, Jackson regained the lead and never looked back. Ralph Morgan Jr. ended in the runner up position ahead of 13th starter Kyle Lee.
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