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3rd Annual Bedford Fall Fest

The 2014 Bedford racing will come to a close on Friday night September 19th and Saturday Night September 20th with the Bedford Fall Fest.

Friday night racing action will feature the Super Late Models racing in a complete show with a 25 lap, $1500 to win feature, as well as qualifying heats for the Late Model Sportsman, Semi Lates, Modifieds, Pure Stocks and Four Cylinders. All divisions will draw for heats, with the top heat finishers redrawing for feature starting position.

Saturday night’s program includes B-Mains for all divisions, as well as the 35 lap feature for the Late Model Sportsman, 30 lap feature for the Semi Lates, 25 laps features for the Modifieds and Pure Stocks and well as a 20 lap feature for the Four Cylinders. The Racesaver 305 Sprints will also be racing in a complete show with qualifying and a 20 lap feature.

 

Late Model Sportsman -35 laps-$3000 to win

All cars must be legal to either Bedford, Williams Grove, Hagerstown or Winchester rules.

 Semi Lates - 30 lap feature- $1000 to win

All cars must be legal to either Bedford, Williams Grove, Hagerstown or Winchester rules.

Modifieds = 25 lap feature- $1000 to win

Bedford Rules and Specifications apply for all cars

 Pure Stocks - 25 lap feature- $800 to win

Bedford Rules and Specifications apply for all cars

Four Cylinders - 20 lap feature- $250 to win

Bedford Rules and Specifications apply for all cars.

No entry fee for any cars.

Pill draw for heat line up- top heat finishers redraw for feature, remainder of field set from heat and B-Main finishes.

Rigs may be left in the Pit Area overnight; Pit Area will be locked overnight.

Free Camping is available- No reservations needed. —  Camping is free without a hookup- $25/ Night with a hookup (water/elec).


Final Points Weekend…

This Friday night will be the 27th running of the Late Model Labor Day 55 Lap Classic, sanctioned by the Three State Flyers. The winner of the 55 Lap feature will be earning a $5055 payday. Also in action will be the Semi Lates, Modifieds, Pure Stocks and Four Cylinders. Friday night gates open at 5:00, with warmups at 7:00 and racing at 7:30. General Admission will be $22, with kids 12 and under free and pit admission $32.

Sunday Bedford will return to racing action with the final points race for the Late Model Sportsman, Pure Stocks and Four Cylinders. They will be joined by special visits by the Laurel Highlands 305 Sprints and the Penn Mar Vintage Club. The Late Model Sportsman will be racing 25 laps for $1000 to win. Sunday gates open at 4:00, with warmups at 6:00 and racing at 6:30. General Admission will be $10, kids 12 and under free and pit admission will be $25. Read more »


Racing doubleheader this weekend…..

Bedford will be in racing action on both Friday and Sunday night this weekend.
Coming Friday night August 15th, will be the second running of the Muss Weyant Memorial Race for Semi Lates. This special event will be 35 laps and pay $1200.00 to the winner. Joining the Semi Lates on this special night will be the Late Models, Late Model Sportsman, Pure Stocks and Four Cylinders. General admission will be $12, kids 12 and under free and pit admission will be $25.  Read more »

Latest Race Results

SINGLETON CAPS OFF FANTASTIC SEASON AT BEDFORD FALLFEST

  It was a night when the big winners kept winning as Bedford ended the 2014 season  with Fallfest 2014.  Rick Singleton capped off  his year with his ninth Limited win of the season, and Evan Taylor won a fifth Economodified event.  Jim Sayler, who had won three Fallfest events over the years, added a fourth Semi Late win, and  Cale Martin finished a late season rally with his third 4 Cylinder win in the last four weeks,. after track champ Jeff Rine had already won his fifth Late Model event  in the Friday night portion of Fallfest.  At the other end of the spectrum,  Ralph Engle won his first ever Bedford event in the special 305 Sprint show and Brian Duffy won his first race in over two years in the Pure Stock nightcap.
       Rick Singleton started fifth in the Limited 35 lapper.   Curtis Heath was the early leader and stayed in that spot as Singleton advanced.  Singleton got by on lap ten in what became a caution filled crashfest, but the frequent yellow flags kept the field close.  There were ten yellows thrown before the planned fuel stop on lap 18 as the entire field shifted around. Read more »

Past Photo of the Week


Photographer John Pittman's composite of late sixties, early seventies Bedford Speedway Sprint Car legends: Milt Miller, Elmer Ruby (top), Gary Howsare (middle), Lou Blaney, Muss Weyant (bottom).

Wanted: Old photos of the speedway, fair, or fairgrounds. Please send or email old photos to the speedway office. Photos may also be dropped off at the Fair Office. Please include name, address and phone number. Photos will be scanned and returned with all proper credits given to the photographer.

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