Bedford Speedway » 2010 Results

Bedford Speedway concludes a great season with five new champions.

December 15th, 2010

4-cyl. champion Paul Crynock won his first championship in a dominating fashion. Paul garnished 2 wins 7 top fives for the championship over Juan Ryan with 1 feature win 2 top fives and Jeremy Miller for 1 win 4 top fives. In the Hobby division Bill Replogle takes the championship with 2 wins and 6 top fives Consistency was the key for Bill’s championship, as with Charlie Walter 5 wins and 4 top fives dogged Bill all the way. Followed by Terry Norris with 1 win and 6 top fives. Read more »

COVERT WINS BEDFORD THREE STATE FLYER FINALE

September 11th, 2010

By: Dave Harclerode

BEDFORD, PA –  The Three State Flyer Series was in Bedford Friday night for the final race of the season, and Jason Covert picked up his third win of the season at the historic speedway.  The win was also his third win of the season in the series.  Matt Sponaugle picked up his second win of the season in the Limited Late Model division, and Bill Henney won his third race of the season in the Street Stocks.  Rick Potter won his first race in the Hobby Stock division since 2002, and Robert Pluta won his first career win at Bedford in the 4 Cylinder division. Read more »

ROOKIE DEREK BYLER EARNS THIRD WIN OF THE SEASON

August 28th, 2010

By Dave Harclerode

BEDFORD, PA – It was the Bedford/Roaring Knob shootout for Super Late Models at the Bedford Speedway Friday night, and Derek Byler became the first driver to reach three wins this season in the division.  Tim Smith, Jr. earned his first win of the season in the Limited Late Models, and Jim Sayler endured for an emotional Street Stock feature win.  Bill Replogle was victorious in the Hobby Stocks, and Andrew Pluta picked up his third win of the season in the 4 cylinder division. Read more »

UNGLERT WINS CAREER URC FIRST AT BEDFORD

August 21st, 2010

By: Dave Harclerode

BEDFORD, PA –  The URC Sprint Cars made their historic annual visit to Bedford Speedway Friday night.  The URC Sprints have been making non-consecutive appearances at Bedford since 1956.  Bill Unglert won his first ever URC feature event in front of a large crowd.  Jason Covert won the $2,000 to win Super Late Model feature, Bill Henney won a wild one in the Street Stocks, and Travis Group took the Hobby Stock feature event.  Through disqualification, James Best won his first ever 4 Cylinder feature. Read more »

PARKS, BLACK, SAYLER, WALTER, AND TREECE WIN BEDFORD

August 14th, 2010

By: Dave Harclerode

BEDFORD, PA –  It was the Bedford/Cumberland shootout Friday night at the Bedford Speedway, and Matt Parks made Friday the 13th lucky by winning the Super Late Model main event.  Robbie Black won his 2nd feature event in the Limited Late Models, and Jim Sayler took home the checkers in the Street Stocks.  Charlie Walter returned to victory lane in the Hobby Stocks after a rough mid-season stretch and Jeff Treece won his first ever feature at Bedford in the 4 Cylinders. Read more »

GREG FETTERS EARNS TOP HONORS AT BEDFORD FAIR RACE

July 31st, 2010

By: Dave Harclerode

BEDFORD, PA –  The Bedford Speedway had it’s Koontz/Beamer Memorial Fair race Friday night.  A large crowd was on hand to witness Greg Fetters take his first win of the season in the Super Late Models.  Mike Altobelli, Jr. won his first of the season in the Limited Late Models, and Brian Duffy won his fifth of the season in the Street Stocks.  Also winning their first race of the season was Bill Replogle in the Hobby Stock division, and Karl Bailey in the 4 Cylinders. Read more »

JASON FRY WINS SUPER SPORTSMAN SPECIAL

July 17th, 2010

By: Dave Harclerode

BEDFORD, PA –  The Blazer’s Body Shop Super Sportsmen Tour made their annual visit to the Bedford Speedway Friday night, and Jason Fry picked up his first ever victory at the big oval.  Coleby Frye thrilled fans with a daring pass to take his second win of the season in as many visits in the Super Late Models, and Brian Lessley earned his second career Bedford victory in the Limited Late Models.  Brian Duffy earned his fourth win of the season in the Street Stocks, and Andrew Pluta won in the 4 Cylinders. Read more »

JASON COVERT WINS BEDFORD HOLIDAY SPECIAL

July 3rd, 2010

By: Dave Harclerode

BEDFORD, PA –  The Three State Flyers visited the Bedford Speedway Friday night, and Jason Covert picked up his second career feature win at the historic oval.  In other action, Robbie Black earned the win in the Limited Late Models, Jim Sayler in the Street Stocks, Terry Norris returned to victory lane after a long dry spell, and Juan Ryan earned his first ever victory in the 4 cylinders. Read more »

ED LYNCH JR. CAPTURES BEDFORD SPEEDWEEK WIN

June 28th, 2010

By Dave Harclerode

BEDFORD, PA –  Bedford Speedway hosted the 2nd night of the Pennsylvania Posse Speedweek for sprint cars on Sunday night.  Western PA driver Ed Lynch, Jr. won his career first at Bedford in the 30 lap main event over a stellar field of sprint car drivers.  The super late models were also on the card, and Jack Pencil made his first win of the season a memorable one when he took the lead 100 yards from the checkered.  Read more »

SCOTT HAUS WINS AT THE BEDFORD SPEEDWAY

June 19th, 2010

By: Verna Dunkinson and Kevin Clites

BEDFORD, PA – With summer approaching next week the racing action is getting hot at the speedway. Fans enjoyed an action packed night with Scott Haus winning his first feature of the year in the late models here at Bedford, closely followed by the “flying school teacher” Jack Pencil. Rick Singleton, of Hunnington Pa., took the checkered flag in the limited late models with a commanding lead over Matt Sponaule, and Brian Duffy returned to victory lane in the street stocks with a impressive victory over Dave Brown, Bill Henney, and Mike Desch.  Two previous track champions, as well as previous feature winners, won features in their respective divisions, Charlie Walter in the Hobby Stocks and Mike Lauffer in the 4-Cylinders. Read more »