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Racing is Back in Bedford

After a delay of over two months due to the global pandemic, we are thrilled to announce the return of dirt track racing to the Bedford Speedway next Friday night, June 5th. A full racing program is planned as we transition back to weekly racing.

Returning to racing action on the first Fast Friday Night of 2020 will be the Late Models, Late Model Sportsman, Modifieds and Semi Lates. Read more »



Bedford Banquet Concludes 2019 Season

A standing room only crowd of Bedford Speedway drivers, crew members and fans gathered inside the Bedford Elks Ballroom on Saturday evening January 25th to bring an official close to the 2019 racing season with the annual Bedford Awards Banquet.

 

Honored at the banquet were the top ten point finishers in the Late Models, Late Model Sportsman, Semi Late, Modified, Pure Stock and Four Cylinder divisions.

 

Late Model Champion Andy Haus was recognized for his first career Bedford Bedford Super Late Model title. Haus, who makes the three hour long tow to Bedford from Hamburg each week, piloted the potent family owned #76 to one feature win to go along with a consistent season of top five finishes. Haus follows in the footsteps of his legendary father, Scott, who won four consecutive Late Model championships from 1996-99. He narrowly edged out defending champion Jeff Rine by a five point margin in the final points race of the season to seal the triumph. Read more »


Latest Race Results

Moore & Troutman win Keystone Cup Sunday features. 

Bedford Speedway’s Keystone Cup weekend was extended an extra day to Sunday, after heavy rains forced the postponement of the Late Model Sportsman and Modified features Saturday night. The speedway made the decision to complete the two features with a Sunday afternoon make up race, with free admission to everyone. 

Spike Moore took home the win in the 20 lap Late Model Sportsman main event. Devin Weyandt led the first 12 laps before a caution bunched up the field, allowing Moore to erase the lead Weyandt had built. On the ensuing restart Moore got by Weyandt to lead the last eight laps and the win. Following Moore across the line were Clinton Hersh, Chad Meyers, Kadden Smith and Donnie Farlling. Hersh and Taylor Farlling won the heats on Saturday night. 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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