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Thank you for a great season! 

With the 2018 Bedford Speedway racing season in the books, work has begun preparing for the 2019 season. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who supported racing at the Bedford Speedway this year. The positive response from racers and fans throughout the season has been absolutely amazing, and it is very much appreciated. We would also like to send a special thank you to the Bedford County Agricultural Society for providing us with a fantastic facility to race at. While weather was a constant problem this year, the speedway was still able to complete 20 shows this season.

Moving forward to next year, many plans are in the works to continue to provide our fans and racers with a fantastic racing experience.

Tickets are currently on sale for the Annual Bedford Awards Banquet. The banquet will be held on Friday night, January 25th, 2019 at the Bedford Elks Ballroom. Awards will be distributed to the top ten in points in the Late Models, LM Sportsman, Semi Lates, Modifieds, Pure Stocks and Four Cylinders. Tickets are $37.00 per person and must be ordered from the speedway office in advance, the banquet is always a sellout and no tickets are sold at the door.

The 2019 racing season will begin with Opening Night on Friday April 5th, 2019! Until then keep an eye on this website for updates! 


Bedford Keystone Cup News & Notes…

The first annual Bedford Keystone Cup will be the biggest race in Bedford Speedway’s 82 year history and is the largest unsanctioned Late Model race in Pennsylvania this year. The Late Models will be racing for $15,000 to win, out of a Late Model purse of over $56,000. The 60 lap Late Model main event will pay $1000 just to take the green flag. Joining the Late Models in action will be Friday night shows for the Semi Lates and Pure Stocks, and Saturday night shows for the Late Model Sportsman and Modifieds. Read more »


Final Points Weekend:

This Labor Day weekend Bedford Speedway returns to racing action with a busy two race doubleheader. Friday night, August 31st, is the annual running of the Labor Day 55 for the Late Models. The Late Models will be joined that night by the Modifieds, Pure Stocks and Four Cylinders.

Racing returns on Sunday September 2nd, with a full program for the Mason Dixon Series Late Model Sportsman racing for $1000 to win, Semi Lates, Racesaver Sprints, Four Cylinders & Penn Mar Vintage Cars.

Also running on that Sunday will be the makeup features from August 17th for the Late Model Sportsman, Semi Lates & Racesaver Sprints. As qualifying was completed on August 17th before the rain hit the lineups for those features are set. Sunday action will begin with warmups for each division, then go into the three makeup features, with the regularly scheduled program following. Read more »


Latest Race Results

RINE TAKES THE CUP AT BEDFORD

  Although Friday qualifying was dominated by speedway visitors,  track regular Jeff Rine defended the home turf by grabbing the Keystone Cup at Bedford Saturday night. after starting deep in the field.   The win was his fourth of the season and the 26th of his career at the track in the potent Bob Elbin owned car.   The 60 lap romp was worth $15,000 to the team.  In other action, In other action, Greg Moore dominated the Limited Late Model event and first time visitor Casey Fritz, came from Zanesville Ohio to close the season with a EMod win.

    Friday’s dash winner Austin Hubbard  brought the potent field to the green and took the first lap lead in the event.  Ross Robinson chased Hubbard early ahead of Tyler Bare and Amanda Whaley.   Robinson caught Hubbard and after several laps of close action, he took the lead on lap 12.  When the first caution of the race occurred  a lap later for a slowing Kyle Lear,  Rine was still buried in the pack, running tenth. Read more »


Past Photo of the Week


Everett's Jr Ritchey, with the 880 sprint car in 1970. Jr and Breezewood's, Roy Morral, partnered for many years, making the 880 one of the most famous cars ever, in the northeast.

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