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Keystone Cup Qualifying Races & Ticket Special

May 7th, 2019

The largest race in Bedford Speedway history returns this season on September 27th & September 28th 2019. The winner of the Bedford Keystone Cup will take home a minimum of $15,000. The Keystone Cup will pay $1000 to take the green out of an A-main purse of over $54,000


In last year’s inaugural running of the Keystone Cup, it was Bedford Champion Jeff Rine taking home the top prize, coming from 10th starting position to take the win.


The Late Model portion of the event will feature Friday night qualifying, semi features and a dash for the top qualifiers. There will be a minimum of two, and as many as four semi features depending on car counts. The 16 lap semi features will each pay $500 to win and $100 to start. Saturday night will be Late Model B-Mains followed by the 60 lap, $15,000 to win main event. Read more »

Final Points Weekend

August 31st, 2015

kpThis Friday night will be the biggest race of the season at Bedford, the 28th running of the Late Model Labor Day 55 Lap Classic.  The winner of the 55 Lap feature will be earning a $6055 payday. Also in action will be the Semi Lates, Modifieds, and Four Cylinders, the four cylinders will be running their regular show plus their makeup feature from last Friday. 

This will be the 28th running of the Labor Day Classic at Bedford, run in various forms and distances. When Chuck Brannon won the first race in 1988 it a 40 lap affair. The following year the race expanded to its traditional 55 lap distance for the first time, and has been that way for most years since. Traditionally the 55 is the longest, richest, and most prestigious event of the year on the Bedford schedule. Kenny Pettyjohn is the defending champion of the 55, taking his first career Bedford win in last season’s event. Read more »