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October 20th, 2016

With the 2016 Bedford Speedway racing season in the books, work begins preparing for the 2017 racing 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. The speedway completed 20 shows this season, losing only six to Mother Nature.

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 Saturday night, January 28th 2017 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.

Tailgate Spots around the track and grandstand reserved seats for the 2017 racing season are on sale now. Those wishing to renew the same spot that they had in previous years, at the same price, may now do so. Spots will be reserved for their previous year’s owners until February 1st, 2017, at which time all remaining unsold spots will go on sale to the general public. If interested in reserving a spot, please contact the speedway office via email at Fans wishing to reserve their spot/seat from previous years please send a check made out to “B.A.C. Inc.” to PO Box 263, Bedford PA 15522. A limited amount of parking spots on the backstretch at the exit of turn two will be available for sale this year, for fans interested in reserving a new spot.

The new season is tentatively scheduled to kick off with the annual pre-season car show on

Sunday April 2nd held in conjunction with the Bedford County Home Show. This will be followed immediately after by a test and tune session open to all racers. Opening Day will be the following weekend, on Friday night April 7th. Friday night racing will continue throughout the summer, concluding at the end of September with the annual Fall Fest.  The new schedule has 30 races on it, which include some surprises for fans and racers alike.

Look for more exciting news about 2017 to be released in the coming weeks as there are quite a few revelations in the works for next season.

The completed 2017 race schedule will be posted on this website in December.

Rules for each our divisions are currently being evaluated and will be posted on this website in early November. Racers should not expect any serious changes to the regulations.

Thanks for a great race season and have a wonderful winter everyone!