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Bedford Keystone Cup News & Notes

The second annual Bedford Keystone Cup on September 27th & 28th is fast approaching. The Keystone Cup will be the biggest race in Bedford Speedway’s 83 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 $59,000. 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.


When is it? Friday & Saturday, September 27th & 28th 2019. Friday gates open at 5:00, warmups at 7:00 with racing at 7:30. Saturday gates open at 2:00, warmups at 6:00, racing at 6:30.

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Bedford Fair Notes:

The Bedford County Fair Association will be presenting the 146th annual Bedford Fair Sweepstakes beginning on Sunday July 21st. 

Two nights of racing are planned at the fair, with a complete show Sunday and Friday nights. 

In racing action on Sunday night for the “Elmer Ruby Tribute” will be the Mason Dixon Shootout Series Late Model Sportsman racing 25 laps for $1000 to win. They are joined by the rescheduled Charlie Walter 42 lap tribute for the Pure Stocks, Racesaver Sprints and Four Cylinders. Read more »

Independence Day Doubleheader

As is tradition, Bedford Speedway will celebrate the July 4th holiday with a busy weekend or racing this week. 

Friday nights racing program will be highlighted by the annual Milt Miller Tribute for the Late Models, who will be joined by the Modifieds, Semi Lates, Sportsman Mods and Vintage cars. Four Cylinders. The Late Models will be racing 35 laps with $3000 going to the winner. 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.

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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