HAMPTON, Virginia – Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway announced today they will be officially starting their 2020 racing season on July 4th. This comes after Governor Northam announced Virginia will move into phase 3 on July 1 which allows outdoor sports venues to host a limited amount of spectators as well as a full field of […]

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The Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour announced a revised 2020 season schedule on Thursday, with both of their events lost during March and April to the COVID-19 pandemic back on the schedule.   "The revised schedule reflects appropriate date adjustments based on the current conditions and information gathered by CARS Tour officials," reads the press […]

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Defending Speed51 Elite Modified Tour Champion Brandon Wilkinson earned his first win of the new season at virtual Langley Speedway.  That win came after a gamble at the midway point of Tuesday’s 125-lap feature.   When most of the field pitted under caution at the halfway mark of the event, Wilkinson and a small handful […]

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Last year, Mark Wertz spent less time in the cockpit than he had in previous years.  His primary job was that of crew chief for Connor Hall, who competed for the track championship at Langley Speedway and won the venue’s biggest race, the Hampton Heat 200.   Needless to say, it raised a few eyebrows […]

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A pair of Virginia race tracks announced schedule adjustments due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on Monday.   Langley Speedway in Hampton, Virginia and Motor Mile Speedway in Radford, Virginia both announced postponements to the start of their racing seasons.   Motor Mile Speedway's season will now start no earlier than May 15.  Their season […]

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HAMPTON, Virginia – After careful consideration, Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway has decided to cancel the Grass Roots 200 for April 17th, 2020. To make up the race, the 100 lap late model feature scheduled for August 1st will now be twin 50 lap features while the Old Skool Video Game Super Streets will now run […]

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HAMPTON, Virginia – As Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway enters its 70th season of racing in 2020, it will usher in a new generation of management to launch the Hampton, Virginia track into a new era.   Vaughan Crittenden has been named the stock car racing track’s Promoter and General Manager, track owner, Bill Mullis, […]

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A battle between two Late Model Stock veterans at the Hampton Heat 200 at Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway (VA) dashed both competitors’ chances at victory.  The incident left some fans wondering if adopting a “tap-out” rule might have provided a different outcome.   During the race, the second leg of the Virginia Late Model […]

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