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Bedford Fall Fest

The next event on the 2020 Bedford racing schedule is the annual Fall Fest on Friday September 25th and Saturday September 26th. Each night will feature a complete show of racing for our Bedford divisions.

Friday Night
Complete Show for:

Late Models: 30 laps / $2000 to win

Semi Lates: 25 laps/ $800 to win

602 Crate Modifieds: 15 laps/ $500 to win
Four Cylinders: 15 laps/ $250 to win Read more »

Milt Miller Tribute this week

As is tradition, Bedford Speedway will celebrate the July 4th holiday weekend with a special night of racing action.  

This Friday night July 3rd’s racing program will be highlighted by the annual Milt Miller Tribute for the Late Models, who will be joined by the Modifieds, Semi Lates and Racesaver Sprint Cars. The Late Models will be racing 35 laps with $3000 going to the winner. Read more »

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 »

Latest Race Results


Four more winners emerged in the second day of Bedford’s Fallfest, but the happiest by far was Brian Lowery who guided his MOPAR to the big Limited win. It was Lowery’s ninth career Bedford Limited win but the first in almost exactly four years and a happy moment for MOPAR fans everywhere.

In other action, Jonathan Taylor rallied late for another EMod win, Dalton Weyant led almost the whole Pure Stock distance and James Fairall took yet another 4 Cylinder win.

Robby Black was on the pole for the Limited 25 lapper and as predicted took the early lead. Ryan Sager was second but Brian Lowery got by for that spot on lap two. Black was already a safe distance ahead and seemed to be pulling away with each passing lap. 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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