Jamaica, VA –In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Virginia Motor Speedway will be postponing the start of the 2020 season. This decision comes per recent CDC  guidelines, and the State of Virginia banning events of 100 or more people.   Officials of Virginia Motor Speedway will continue to closely monitor the situation in coordination […]

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A pair of Virginia race tracks announced schedule adjustments due to the coronavirus 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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After Virginia Governor Ralph Northam announced a statewide ban of events with more than 100 people Sunday in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Southside Speedway has postponed its season opener and canceled an open practice for this Saturday.   Southside Speedway cited the ban as well as a US Centers for Disease Control recommendation […]

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Amid the mass wave of cancellations of large public events nationwide in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season opener originally scheduled for March 21 at South Boston Speedway in Virginia. was added to that ever-growing list late this week. For the time being, the event has been postponed […]

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The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season opener scheduled for Saturday, March 21 at South Boston Speedway has been postponed. The announcement comes as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic that is forcing the postponement, suspension or cancelation of many sporting events throughout the United States.   A make up date for the event […]

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MARTINSVILLE, Va. – Long-time race fans remember one of the most talented drivers in the history of motorsports was an Ashland, Ohio native named Tim Richmond. If Jonathan Shafer has his way, this generation of race fans will also know a driver from that small rural town.   The second generation driver has already raised […]

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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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Pittsburgh, PA – Officials with the Ultimate Northeast have added a provisional to the USA 100 at Virginia Motor Speedway. The guaranteed starting spot is worth $575 with $20,000 going to the winner.   The provisional will be based on the highest points position, if that driver doesn’t need a provisional it will go down […]

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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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Carnesville, GA – Virginia Motor Speedway is remaining under the FASTRAK Racing Series banner for their Pro Late Model class in 2020. The FASTRAK Racing Series powered by Chevrolet Performance has four dates overall at the 1/2-mile oval in 2020, culminating in the $51,000 to win 2020 FASTRAK World Championship.   “With the response of […]

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