$5000 TO WIN COMMONWEALTH CLASH FOR FASTRAK TOURING SERIES THIS SATURDAY, MAY 4

$5000 TO WIN COMMONWEALTH CLASH FOR FASTRAK TOURING SERIES THIS SATURDAY, MAY 4

Jamaica, VA – The stars and cars of the FASTRAK Pro Late Model Touring Series will invade Virginia Motor Speedway for the $5000 to win Commonwealth Clash this Saturday, May 4. Many of the Mid-Atlantic’s top Pro Late Model drivers will be on hand to compete to take home the $5000 top prize. “The FASTRAK Pro Late Model races are some of the best races we host here at Virginia Motor Speedway; no matter where you look, there is always three and four-wide action throughout the field,” commented track owner and President Bill Sawyer. Also, see the tracks Budweiser Modified, Truckin Thunder Sportsman, and Collision One Limited Stocks in Dirt Series Championship weekly racing action. The extremely popular Petie’s Radiator Service JuiceBox kids division will also be in action. Competitor gates for Saturday, May 4, will open at 2 pm, with spectator gates opening at 5 pm. On track, activities will begin at 6 pm with hot laps. Adult tickets are just $25; seniors (60+)/military $20; students 13 – 17 years old $15; and children 12 and under free. Pit passes, regardless of age, will be $35. Commonwealth Clash tickets can be purchased in advance by going to  https://bit.ly/FASTRAKtickets or at the gate on race day. 16″ coolers are welcome, but no glass is allowed. There is plenty of free well-lit parking, and camping (no hookups) is allowed at no charge on a first-come, first-served basis. We accept Visa, Mastercard, and Discover cards. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½-mile dirt oval track located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA, and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA, in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland, and the Hampton Roads area....

Corey Almond Holds Off Davis Lipscombe for the Win in Victory Lap Pro Late Model Action; Self, Hubbard, and Adkins Also Score Victories

Corey Almond Holds Off Davis Lipscombe for the Win in Victory Lap Pro Late Model Action; Self, Hubbard, and Adkins Also Score Victories

Jamaica, VA – Corey Almond of Appomattox, VA, put on a dominating performance on the way to picking up the win in the Victory Lap Pro Late Model 30 lap feature on Pepsi Opening Night. Almond led flag-to-flag but had to hold off Davis Lipscombe of Mechanicsville, VA, in a three-lap shootout after a caution on lap 27. “When I saw that Lipscombe was behind me on that final restart, I knew that it was going to be OK; he has always raced me with respect. The goal this year is to get as many wins and top fives as possible so we have a shot at the championship at the end of the season,” commented Almond in Virginia Is for Racing Lovers victory lane. Corey Almond and Braeden Dillinger led the field to green, with Almond taking the lead on the drop of the green. Almond pulled away as they battled for second behind him. Billy Hubbard took over second on lap 13 and set out to catch Almond. A caution on lap 21 closed the field up on Almond’s bumper. But once they were back under green, Almond pulled away again. The race’s final caution on lap 27 set up a three-lap shootout for the win between Almond and Lipscombe. Almond would get a good jump on the drop of the green flag, but Lipscombe kept within a couple of car lengths. Almond would hit his marks and go on to pick up the win over Lipscombe, Billy Hubbard, Joey Love, and Nick Davis. In the Budweiser Modified 25-lap feature, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Austin Self of Statesville, NC, made the trip to Virginia Motor Speedway pay off by picking up the Budweiser Modified victory. Michael Conley and Michael Pappas led the field to green, with Pappas taking the lead out of turn 2. Pappas would hold the lead for the first 11 laps with Self working his way to second from fifth. On lap 11, heading into turn 1, Self worked under Pappas and took the lead out of turn 2. Once out front, Self would pull away from three-time defending Champion Chase Butler. Over the last 11 laps, Butler tried to close the gap, but Self kept his composure and went on to win. Rounding out the top are Butler, Michael Pappas, Jeff Solinger, and Bret Hamilton. In the caution field Truckin Thunder Sportsman 25 lap feature, Matt Meads and Tyler Shipp led the field to green with Shipp taking the lead out of turn 2. During a lap 3 caution, Shipp would give up the lead by coming to pit road with mechanical issues. That handed the lead to defending champion Brett Adkins. Once under green, Adkins pulled away, leading the remaining laps for the victory. Rounding out the top 5 were Steve Causey, Matt Meads, Lucas Sandy, and Cole Johnston. The Joe Hudson’s Collision Centers Limited Stock Car 20 lap feature started off by honoring 4-time champion James Givens, who passed away unexpectedly in October of 2023. Brian Hubbard and Cory Bradley led the field to green, with Hubbard grabbing the lead out of turn 2. Hubbard would pull away from the battle for second between Trent Clemans and Cory Bradley. On lap 13, several of the division’s championship contenders got caught up in a wreck in turn 4. Once the field was back under green, Hubbard pulled away once again and went on to lead flag to flag for the victory. Rounding out the top five were Brandon Bowler, Christian Sherr, Hilton Pickeral, and Gregory Morgan. The speedway will take next weekend off and return to racing on Saturday, April 27, for week 2 of Dirt Series Championship Weekly Racing, featuring the Victory Lap Pro Late Model, Truckin Thunder Sportsman, Budweiser Modified, and Joe Hudson’s Collision Centers Limited Stock Car divisions in action. Spectator gates will open at 5 PM, with racing beginning at 7 PM. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½ mile dirt oval track located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA, and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland, and the Hampton Roads area. Race fans can go to www.vamotorspeedway.com to view the complete schedule Virginia Motor Speedway’s 2024 season, find detailed event information, get the latest news, and get complete ticket and camping information. In addition, fans can get social with Virginia Motor Speedway by following @vamotorspeedway on Twitter, clicking “Like” at www.facebook.com/VaMotorSpeedway , and on www.youtube.com/VaMotorSpeedway. MEDIA CONTACT: DAVE SEAY (804) 758-1867 OR (804) 357-7223 RACE RESULTS FOR PEPSI OPENING NIGHT, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 2024: A Feature (30 Laps) – 1. 29H-Corey Almond[1]; 2. 71-Davis Lipscombe[8]; 3. 38B-Billy Hubbard[3]; 4. 08-Joey Love[4]; 5. 92-Nick Davis[7]; 6. 43-Jarrett Edwards[10]; 7. 10-Matt Ashworth[9]; 8. 7H-Curtis Hughes[11]; 9. 4-Doug Penny[13]; 10. 14-Braeden Dillinger[2]; 11. 51S-Garrett Donnell[14]; 12. 37-Bud Stinson[6]; 13. 8-Jeremy Pilkerton[5]; 14. 45-William Baker[12]; 15. 17-Colby Bradshaw[15] Fast Qualifier: Joey Love – 18.857 seconds Truckin Thunder Sportsman (25 laps): 1. 16-Brett Adkins[4]; 2. 9-Steve Causey[3]; 3. 23-Matt Meads[1]; 4. 7-Lucas Sandy[11]; 5. 39-Cole Johnston[8]; 6. 00-Hunter Wright[5]; 7. OU1-Dale Rhodes[9]; 8. 33-Matt Brown[10]; 9. 25-Tyler Shipp[2]; 10. 1-Blake Adkins[6]; 11. 101-Adam Breeden[7] Fast Qualifier: Tim Shelton – 21.734 seconds Budweiser Modified (25 laps): 1. 23Z-Austin Self[5]; 2. 11-Chase Butler[6]; 3. 2-Michael Pappas[2]; 4. 7+7-Jeff Solinger[3]; 5. 1ST-Bret Hamilton[4]; 6. 7-Johnny Brooks[8]; 7. 10S-Tim Schulte[7]; 8. 21J-Curtis Mason[10]; 9. 21C-Micheal Conley[1]; 10. 9C-Colin Cartwright[11]; 11. 16-David Kendall[9] Fast Qualifier: Chase Butler – 19.255 seconds Joe Hudson’s Collision Centers Limited Stock Car (2 laps): 1. 23B-Brian Hubbard[1]; 2. 14-Brandon Bowler[6]; 3. 07-Christian Sherr[8]; 4. 99-Hilton Pickeral[7]; 5. 53-Gregory Morgan[9]; 6. 01-Trent Clemans[4]; 7. 21-Jacob Buie[12]; 8. 25-John Hankins Jr[17]; 9. 95-Christopher Bryan[10]; 10. 10A-Ray Ashworth[13]; 11. 9-Justin Pullen[5]; 12. 59-Jason Speelman[15]; 13. 89-Craig Newcombe[16]; 14. 55-Raymond Harper[3]; 15. 41-Cory Bradley[2]; 16. 10-Ernie Dettbarn[11]; 17. 53X-Travis Hopkins[14] Fast Qualifier: Trent Clemans – 22.15332 seconds...

2024 DRIVER REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

2024 DRIVER REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

Jamaica, VA – Driver registrations are now being accepted for the 2024 season.  The registration fee for the year is still ONLY $100. To download the Driver Information Sheet, Driver Registration Sheet, and the W9 to be filled out, CLICK HERE  The 2023 season will open on Saturday, April 13th, with Dirt Series Championship weekly racing action featuring a complete program, including the Victory Lap Pro Late Model, Truckin Thunder Sportsman, Budweiser Modified, and Joe Hudson’s Collision Centers Limited Stock divisions in action. The Dirt Series Champion weekly racing season will conclude on Saturday,  August 24th, with the crowning of the speedway’s champions in each division. For a complete look at the 2024 schedule, CLICK HERE Don’t forget to “Like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/vamotorspeedway and “Follow” us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/vamotorspeedway. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a 1/2-mile dirt oval. The track is located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA, and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA, in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland, and the Hampton Roads area....

Trevor Collins Takes Pro Late Model Win; Hamilton, Adkins, and Brooks Also Grab Wins. Pilkerton, Butler, Adkins and Brooks Crowned Champions

Trevor Collins Takes Pro Late Model Win; Hamilton, Adkins, and Brooks Also Grab Wins. Pilkerton, Butler, Adkins and Brooks Crowned Champions

Jamaica, VA – With a great crowd in attendance for Joe Hudson’s Collision Center Championship Night, Trevor Collins of Loveville, MD, set fast time, got inverted to fourth, led the first lap, and went on to lead flag to flag to take his first career Victory Lap Pro Late Model win at Virginia Motor Speedway. “We have been trying for years to win here; we finally put it all together, and man, it feels good,” commented Collins in Virginia Is for Racing Lovers victory lane. Point leader Jeremy Pilkerton of Loveville, MD, had a close call on lap 27 of the 30-lap feature when Billy Hubbard of Cobbs Creek, VA, barreled down into turn 3 with the two banging together. Pilkerton would gather it back up, fall in behind Hubbard, and finish sixth, securing the 2023 Victory Lap Pro Late Model Championship by 3 points over Hubbard. “When I got passed by those two cars, I knew I was going to have to slow down going into turn 3 and that Hubbard was going to drive it in deep. I figured that if I just kept the car straight, I would be OK. It feels great to get this Championship,” commented Jeremy Pilkerton. Pilkerton and Hubbard led the field to green, getting together on the backstretch, with Trevor Collins getting by to take the lead with Pilkerton in second. On lap 5, Davis Lipscombe got by Pilkerton for second and set out to catch Collins. On the next lap, Lipscombe got inside Collins in turn 1, but that was the closest he would get the rest of the race. On lap 23, Lipscombe and Pilkerton battled for second as Collins pulled away. On a lap 24 restart, Pilkerton lost third to Corey Almond and fourth to Nick Davis. Heading into turn 3, Pilkerton had to get on the binders, allowing Billy Hubbard to dive in under him, with the two getting together. Hubbard would get by, with Pilkerton following right behind him. Collins would take the win, followed by Davis Lipscombe, Corey Almond, Nick Davis, and Billy Hubbard. Pilkerton was crowned the 2023 Champion, his first at Virginia Motor Speedway. The Budweiser Modified 25-lap feature came down to the last lap with point leader Chase Butler of Mechanicsville, VA, trying a slide-job on leader Bret Hamilton of Powhatan, VA in turn 3. Hamilton was able to turn back down under Butler in turn 3, making it three-wide with a lapped car as they came to the line, with Hamilton grabbing the win by .029 seconds. Rounding out the top five were Butler, Scott Heath, Michael Pappas, and Jeff Solinger. Chase Butler was crowned the 2023 Budweiser Modified Champion, his third Championship in a row. In the Truckin Thunder Sportsman 25-lap feature, Brett Adkins of Saluda, VA, took the lead from Matt Meads of Elizabeth City, NC, on lap 7. For the next 4 laps, Adkins would race side-by-side with Meads while point leader Steve Causey of Smithfield, VA, rode in third. On lap 14, Causey got past Meads to catch Adkins, who had checked out. A caution closed Causey up on the bumper of Adkins. On the restart, Causey got under Adkins, and the two raced side-by-side until back into turn 1 with one to go. Causey stayed on Adkin’s bumper heading into turn three when a car spun in front of them, bringing out the caution and checkers. Rounding out the top five were Hunter Wright, Matt Meads, and Adam Breeden. In the Joe Hudson’s Collision Center Limited Stock 20 lap feature, Johnny Brooks of Aylett, VA, took the lead from Corey Bradley of Hopewell, VA, and then held off Trent Clemans of North Prince George, VA, over the remaining laps to take his seventh win of the season. Rounding out the top five were Clemans, Gregory Morgan, Jason Speelman, and Cory Bradley. Johnny Brooks was crowned the 2023 Joe Hudson’s Collision Center Champion. The speedway will take a couple of weeks off to prepare for the Saturday, October 7 Run-A-Muck Mud Bog presented by Breezline and WhosYourDriver.org over at The Pit. The Premier Mega Truck Racing Series will be back for another round of side-by-side mega truck racing. Also, see the Kings of Superstreet Mud Racing Series, Pro Stock, Modified, and Pro Mod divisions racing in the 200-ft hill-n-hole mud pit. Gates open at 9 AM, with the mud bog starting at noon. For more info visit our website at www.thepitatvms.com. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½ mile dirt oval track located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA, and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA, in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland, and the Hampton Roads area. Race fans can go to www.vamotorspeedway.com to view the complete schedule of Virginia Motor Speedway’s 2023 season, find detailed event information, get the latest news, and get complete ticket and camping information. In addition, fans can get social with Virginia Motor Speedway by following @vamotorspeedway on Twitter, clicking “Like” at www.facebook.com/VaMotorSpeedway , and on www.youtube.com/VaMotorSpeedway. MEDIA CONTACT: DAVE SEAY (804) 758-1867 OR (804) 357-7223 RACE RESULTS FOR JOE HUDSON’S COLLISION CENTER CHAMPIONSHIP NIGHT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2023: Victory Lap Pro Late Models A-Main (30 laps): 1. 72-Trevor Collins[4]; 2. 71-Davis Lipscombe[3]; 3. 29H-Corey Almond[9]; 4. 92-Nick Davis[7]; 5. 38B-Billy Hubbard[2]; 6. 8-Jeremy Pilkerton[1]; 7. 96-Derek Magee[5]; 8. 37-Bud Stinson[14]; 9. 14C-Chuck Bowie[11]; 10. 10-Matt Ashworth[8]; 11. 38-Nicolas Love[6]; 12. 28-Tyler Dettor[12]; 13. 17-Colby Bradshaw[15]; 14. 28N-Noah Whited[17]; 15. 51S-Garrett Donnell[18]; 16. 45-William Baker[16]; 17. 7-Curtis Hughes[13]; 18. H2O-Luke Hyre[10]; 19. 43-Jarrett Edwards[19] Fast Qualifier: Trevor Collins – 18.660 seconds Truckin Thunder Sportsman (25 laps): 1. 16-Brett Adkins[4]; 2. 9-Steve Causey[3]; 3. 00-Hunter Wright[5]; 4. 23-Matt Meads[2]; 5. 01-Adam Breeden[1]; 6. 101-Tony Breeden[6]; 7. 01X-Tommy Upshaw[7]; 8. 24K-Kevin Olinger[12]; 9. 33-Matt Brown[9]; 10. 30-Joe Millen[11]; 11. OU1-Dale Rhodes[8]; 12. 1-Blake Adkins[10] Fast Qualifier: Brett Adkins – 21.048 seconds Budweiser Modified (25 laps): 1. 1ST-Bret Hamilton[1]; 2. 11-Chase Butler[3]; 3. 35-Scott Heath[2]; 4. 2-Michael Pappas[6]; 5. 7+7-Jeff Solinger[5]; 6. 814-Samuel Lamborgini[9]; 7. 40-Brent Bordeaux[4]; 8. 44-Stephen Bryant[10]; 9. 36-Mario Lamborgini[11]; 10. 21J-Curtis Mason[8]; 11. 11K-Robert Kramer[7] Fast Qualifier: Brent Bordeaux – 19.726 seconds Joe Hudson’s Collision Center Limited Stock Car (20 laps): 1. 7-Johnny Brooks[8]; 2. 01-Trent Clemans[3]; 3. 53-Gregory Morgan[1]; 4. 59-Jason Speelman[10]; 5. 41-Cory Bradley[2]; 6. 9-Justin Pullen[7]; 7. 99-Hilton Pickeral[4]; 8. 14-Christopher Bryan[9]; 9. 25-John Hankins Jr[5]; 10. 6-Zac Elliott[6]; 11. 07-Christian Sherr[12]; 12. 85-WL Johnston[11]; 13. 18-Shawn Morgan[13] Fast Qualifier: Johnny Brooks – 21.920 seconds (NEW DIVISION TRACK RECORD)...

JOE HUDSON’S CHAMPIONSHIP NIGHT THIS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

JOE HUDSON’S CHAMPIONSHIP NIGHT THIS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

Jamaica, VA – Virginia Motor Speedway will return to racing this Saturday, September 16th, and host Joe Hudson’s Collision Center Championship Night. It is the final night of Dirt Series Championship weekly racing. The night will feature the Victory Lap Pro Late Model, Truckin Thunder Sportsman, Budweiser Modified, and Collision One Limited Stock Car divisions in some exciting side-by-side action. Champions will be crowned in all four divisions. On Saturday, September 16th, competitor gates will open at 3 PM, with spectator gates opening at 5 PM. On-track activities will begin at 6:00 PM for hot laps. Features will start at 7:00 PM. Divisions scheduled to race on Saturday will be the Victory Pro Late Models (30 Laps), Budweiser Modifieds (25 Laps), Truckin Thunder Sportsman (25 laps), and the Collision One Limited Stock Cars (20 laps). All divisions will run Hot Lap Time Trials and Features. Admission price for adults is $15, seniors (60+) / military (active or retired) $12, students 13 – 17 years old $10, and children 12 and under admitted free. Pit passes will be $25. Bring your portable radio headset and enjoy hearing the call of all the action on the track by tuning into 95.5 FM on your radio dial. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½-mile dirt oval track located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA, and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA, in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland, and the Hampton Roads area....

Speedway to Host Joe Hudson’s Collision Center Championship Night Saturday, September 16th

Speedway to Host Joe Hudson’s Collision Center Championship Night Saturday, September 16th

Jamaica, VA – Virginia Motor Speedway will take the next two weekends off, returning to racing on Saturday, September 16th, and host Joe Hudson’s Collision Center Championship Night. It is the final night of Dirt Series Championship weekly racing. The night will feature the Victory Lap Pro Late Model, Truckin Thunder Sportsman, Budweiser Modified, and Collision One Limited Stock Car divisions in some exciting side-by-side action. Champions will be crowned in all four divisions. On Saturday, September 16th, competitor gates will open at 3 PM, with spectator gates opening at 5 PM. On-track activities will begin at 5:45 PM for hot laps. Features will start at 7:30 PM. Divisions scheduled to race on Saturday will be the Victory Pro Late Models (30 Laps), Budweiser Modifieds (25 Laps), Truckin Thunder Sportsman (25 laps), and the Collision One Limited Stock Cars (20 laps). All divisions will run Hot Lap Time Trials and Features. Admission price for adults is $15, seniors (60+) / military (active or retired) $12, students 13 – 17 years old $10, and children 12 and under admitted free. Pit passes will be $25. Bring your portable radio headset and enjoy hearing the call of all the action on the track by tuning into 95.5 FM on your radio dial. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½-mile dirt oval track located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA, and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA, in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland, and the Hampton Roads area....

Billy Hubbard Holds off Davis Lipscombe to Take the Pro Late Model Win; Causey, Butler, and Brooks Also Visit Victory Lane

Billy Hubbard Holds off Davis Lipscombe to Take the Pro Late Model Win; Causey, Butler, and Brooks Also Visit Victory Lane

Jamaica, VA – Billy Hubbard of Cobbs Creek, VA, held off Davis Lipscombe of Mechanicsville, VA, in the Victory Lap Pro Late Model 30 lap feature at Virginia Motor Speedway to become the sixth different winner of the 2023 season. Lipscombe got to the outside of Hubbard three times between laps fifteenth and seventeen before Hubbard moved up into Lipscombe’s line and found it to his liking as well. Hubbard would stretch out his lead and go on to take the win. “We have been trying so hard to get to victory lane; once Lipscombe got to my outside, I moved up and found his line worked for my car as well,” commented an emotional Hubbard in Virginia Is for Racing Lovers victory lane. Derek Magee and Hubbard led the field to green, with Hubbard taking the lead out of turn 2.  Behind him, the battle for second went 3-wide between Magee, Lipscombe and point leader Jeremy Pilkerton. Magee would emerge with the spot, with Lipscombe working the high line, looking for a way around him.  On lap 4, it looked like Libscombe would take the spot, but Magee would defend the spot until Lipscombe rocketed by him in turns one and two on lap 9 to take second. Lipscombe would then set out to reel in Hubbard, who had almost a full straight lead. By lap 17, Lipscombe had closed that distance and was looking to get by for the lead. Using the high line, Lipscombe would get side-by-side with Hubbard for two laps before falling back into second place. Hubbard went on to take the win, with Davis Lipscombe, Derek Magee, Jeremy Pilkerton, and Corey Almond rounding out the top five. In the Budweiser Modified 25-lap feature, Bret Hamilton and Chase Butler led the field to green. Heading into turn two, the battle for the lead went 4-wide briefly between Hamilton, Butler, Russell Erwin, and Michael Pappas. Hamilton would lead Butler into turn 3, where Butler put a slide job on him to take the lead out of turn 4. On lap 9, Erwin began looking to the outside of Butler for the lead. The two traded the lead back and forth for the next three laps before Erwin rocketed around Butler for the lead on lap 13 to take the lead. Erwin was pulling away when his car slowed in turn 2, ending his night, handing the lead back to Butler. Once out front, Butler paced the field with the battle for second raging behind him. Butler would go on to take his fourth win of the season, followed to the checkers by Jeff Solinger, Bret Hamilton, Tim Schulte, and Doug Penny. In the Truckin Thunder Sportsman 25-lap feature, Steve Causey of Smithfield, VA, came from his fourth-place starting spot to grab the lead out of turn 4. Once out front, Causey pulled away from the field and the battle for second. On lap 7 behind him, Hunter Wright, Brett Adkins, and Matt Meads went 3-wide in turn 2 for second. Wright would wrestle the spot away and try to catch the leader, Causey. Causey would go on to take his first win of 2023. Rounding out the top five were Hunter Wright, Adam Breeden, Brett Adkins, and Matt Meads. In the Joe Hudson’s Collision Centers Limited Stock 20 lap feature, it only took Johnny Brooks of Aylett, VA, eight laps to take the lead from his eighth-place starting position. It wasn’t as easy as it looked, as Brooks had a tough battle with Brian Maxey on this way to the front. But once in third, he began picking off the top two drivers one at a time. First Raymond Harper, then leader Cory Bradley. Once Brooks took the lead, he pulled away for his sixth win of the season, followed by Corey Bradley, Raymond Harper, Trent Clemans, and Justin Pullen. The speedway will return to racing on Saturday, September 16, to host Joe Hudson’s Collision Center Championship Night and the final week of Dirt Series Championship weekly racing. The night will feature the Victory Lap Late Model, Truckin Thunder Sportsman, Budweiser Modified, and Collision One Limited Stock divisions in action. Champions will be crowned in all four divisions. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½ mile dirt oval track located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA, and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA, in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland, and the Hampton Roads area. Race fans can go to www.vamotorspeedway.com to view the complete schedule of Virginia Motor Speedway’s 2023 season, find detailed event information, get the latest news, and get complete ticket and camping information. In addition, fans can get social with Virginia Motor Speedway by following @vamotorspeedway on Twitter, clicking “Like” at www.facebook.com/VaMotorSpeedway , and on www.youtube.com/VaMotorSpeedway. MEDIA CONTACT: DAVE SEAY (804) 758-1867 OR (804) 357-7223 RACE RESULTS FOR SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 2023: Victory Lap Pro Late Models A Main 1 (30 laps): 1. 38B-Billy Hubbard[2]; 2. 71-Davis Lipscombe[4]; 3. 96-Derek Magee[1]; 4. 8-Jeremy Pilkerton[3]; 5. 29H-Corey Almond[6]; 6. 43-Jarrett Edwards[7]; 7. 7-Curtis Hughes[11]; 8. 37-Bud Stinson[5]; 9. 28-Tyler Dettor[10]; 10. 38-Nicolas Love[12]; 11. 51S-Garrett Donnell[13]; 12. 45-William Baker[9]; 13. 11-Ed Pope III[14]; 14. 17-Colby Bradshaw[15]; 15. 10-Matt Ashworth[8] Fast Qualifier: Davis Lipscombe – 19.715 seconds Truckin Thunder Sportsman (25 laps): 1. 9-Steve Causey[4]; 2. 00-Hunter Wright[5]; 3. 01-Adam Breeden[2]; 4. 16-Brett Adkins[8]; 5. 23-Matt Meads[3]; 6. 01X-Tommy Upshaw[1]; 7. 101-Tony Breeden[7]; 8. 33-Matt Brown[12]; 9. 30-Joe Millen[11]; 10. 1-Blake Adkins[6]; 11. 26-Stephanie Johnston[10]; 12. OU1-Dale Rhodes[9] Fast Qualifier: Hunter Wright – 21.1679 seconds Budweiser Modified (25 laps): 1. 11-Chase Butler[2]; 2. 7+7-Jeff Solinger[6]; 3. 1ST-Bret Hamilton[1]; 4. 10S-Tim Schulte[7]; 5. 4-Doug Penny[5]; 6. 44-Stephen Bryant[10]; 7. 814-Samuel Lamborgini[9]; 8. 40-Brent Bordeaux[8]; 9. 2-Michael Pappas[3]; 10. 88-Jay Seward[11]; 11. 36-Ronald Lamborgini[12]; 12. 22-Russell Erwin[4] Fast Qualifier: Russell Erwin – 20.491 seconds Joe Hudson’s Collision Center Limited Stock Car (20 laps): 1. 7-Johnny Brooks[8]; 2. 41-Cory Bradley[2]; 3. 55-Raymond Harper[4]; 4. 01-Trent Clemans[5]; 5. 9-Justin Pullen[6]; 6. 04-Brian Maxey[1]; 7. 99-Hilton Pickeral[12]; 8. 6-Zac Elliott[10]; 9. 59-Jason Speelman[11]; 10. 14-Christopher Bryan[3]; 11. 25-John Hankins Jr[7]; 12. 85-WL Johnston[13]; 13. 53-Gregory Morgan[9] Fast Qualifier: Johnny Brooks – 22.608 seconds...

Speedway to Host Week 11 of Dirt Series Championship Weekly Racing Tonight, Saturday, August 26th

Speedway to Host Week 11 of Dirt Series Championship Weekly Racing Tonight, Saturday, August 26th

Jamaica, VA – Virginia Motor Speedway will return to weekly racing tonight, Saturday, August 26th, and host week 11 of Dirt Series Championship weekly racing featuring the Victory Lap Pro Late Model, Truckin Thunder Sportsman, Budweiser Modified, and Collision One Limited Stock Car divisions in some exciting side-by-side action. On Saturday, August 26th, competitor gates will open at 3 PM, with spectator gates opening at 5 PM. On-track activities will begin at 5:45 PM for hot laps. Features will start at 7 PM. Divisions scheduled to race on Saturday will be the Victory Pro Late Models (30 Laps), Budweiser Modifieds (25 Laps), Truckin Thunder Sportsman (25 laps), and the Collision One Limited Stock Cars (20 laps). All divisions will run Hot Lap Time Trials and Features. Admission price for adults is $15, seniors (60+) / military (active or retired) $12, students 13 – 17 years old $10, and children 12 and under admitted free. Pit passes will be $25. Bring your portable radio headset and enjoy hearing the call of all the action on the track by tuning into 95.5 FM on your radio dial. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½-mile dirt oval track located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA, and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA, in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland, and the Hampton Roads area....

Corey Almond and Derek Magee Split Pro Late Model Wins; Brett Adkins, Bret Hamilton, and Johnny Brooks all Return to Victory Lane

Corey Almond and Derek Magee Split Pro Late Model Wins; Brett Adkins, Bret Hamilton, and Johnny Brooks all Return to Victory Lane

Jamaica, VA – Corey Almond of Appomattox, VA, and Derek Magee of Millsboro, DE, split Twin 17 lap wins in the Victory Lap Pro Late Models at Virginia Motor Speedway on Saturday, August 19, during week 10 of Dirt Series Championship weekly racing. In the first 17-lap feature, Billy Hubbard and Corey Almond led the field to green, with Hubbard grabbing the lead out of turn 2. On the next circuit, Almond dove under Hubbard to race side-by-side out of turn 2. Out of turn 4, Almond took the lead over Hubbard at the line. Behind the leaders, the battle for third is going strong between Chuck Bowie, Derek Magee, and Nick Davis. Point leader Jeremy Pilkerton would work his way back to the battle for fifth by lap eight after spinning on lap 3. With the laps winding down, Hubbard tried several times to get by Almond for the lead, the last time coming to the checkered flag with Almond holding on to take the win. Hubbard, Derek Magee, Jeremy Pilkerton, and Chuck Bowie would round out the top five. After a five-car invert, Chuck Bowie and Jeremy Pilkerton would lead the field to green, with Bowie sliding up the track and allowing Derek Magee to get to the inside, taking the lead at the line. Once at front, Magee began to pull away from Bowie, who had Hubbard working to get second. On lap 7, Bowie slid up the track in turn 2 to give Hubbard the space he needed to take second. Hubbard could never mount of charge for the lead as Magee kept a great pace and went on to win in his first time at the track. Rounding out the top five were Hubbard, Bud Stinson, Chuck Bowie, and Corey Almond. In the Truckin Thunder 25 lap feature, Adam Breeden of Standardsville, VA, and Tim Shelton of Fredericksburg, VA, led the field to green, with Shelton taking the lead out of turn 2. Shelton pulled away from the battle for second between Matt Meads of Elizabeth City, NC, Breeden, and Bret Adkins of Saluda, VA. Adkins would work his way into second and set out to catch Shelton. By lap 9, Adkins had cut the lead to a car length. As the two raced into turn 1, Shelton would blow a motor handing the lead to Adkins. Once out front, Adkins would comfortably go on to take his third win of the season over Steve Causey, Adam Breeden, Tommy Upshaw, and Blake Adkins. In the Budweiser Modified 25-lap feature, Bret Hamilton of Powhatan, VA, grabbed the lead from Sam Lamborgini of Hayes, VA, on lap two with an outside move in turn 2. Once out front Hamilton would pull away and go on to grab his second win of the season. Rounding out the top five were Brent Bordeaux, current point leader Chase Butler, who finished on three tires, Sam Lamborgini, and Tim Schulte. In the Joe Hudson’s Collision Centers Limited Stock 20 lap feature, Jacob Buie and Cory Bradley led the field to green, with Bradley taking the lead. Johnny Brooks had to start eighth after winning the last two races, but that fact didn’t keep him from the front very long as he grabbed the lead on lap 5 from Bradley. Once out front, he had to survive three restarts after cautions to go on a take his fifth win of the season. Rounding out the top five were Bradley, Brain Maxey, Justin Pullen, and Trent Clemans. The speedway will return to racing next Saturday, August 26, to host week 11 of Dirt Series Championship weekly racing, featuring the Victory Lap Late Model, Truckin Thunder Sportsman, Budweiser Modified, and Collision One Limited Stock divisions in action. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½ mile dirt oval track located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA, and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA, in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland, and the Hampton Roads area. Race fans can go to www.vamotorspeedway.com to view the complete schedule of Virginia Motor Speedway’s 2023 season, find detailed event information, get the latest news, and get complete ticket and camping information. In addition, fans can get social with Virginia Motor Speedway by following @vamotorspeedway on Twitter, clicking “Like” at www.facebook.com/VaMotorSpeedway, and on www.youtube.com/VaMotorSpeedway. MEDIA CONTACT: DAVE SEAY (804) 758-1867 OR (804) 357-7223 RACE RESULTS FOR SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 2023: Victory Lap Pro Late Models A Main 1 (17 laps): 1. 29H-Corey Almond[2]; 2. 38B-Billy Hubbard[1]; 3. 96-Derek Magee[9]; 4. 8-Jeremy Pilkerton[3]; 5. 14C-Chuck Bowie[5]; 6. 10-Matt Ashworth[10]; 7. 28-Tyler Dettor[7]; 8. 37-Bud Stinson[13]; 9. 92-Nick Davis[4]; 10. 51-Jerry Barker[12]; 11. 51S-Garrett Donnell[14]; 12. 7-Curtis Hughes[8]; 13. 45-William Baker[11]; 14. 71-Davis Lipscombe[6]; 15. 17-Colby Bradshaw[15] Victory Lap Pro Late Models A Main 2 (17 laps): 1. 96-Derek Magee[3]; 2. 38B-Billy Hubbard[4]; 3. 37-Bud Stinson[8]; 4. 14C-Chuck Bowie[1]; 5. 29H-Corey Almond[5]; 6. 10-Matt Ashworth[6]; 7. 8-Jeremy Pilkerton[2]; 8. 7-Curtis Hughes[12]; 9. 28-Tyler Dettor[7]; 10. 51S-Garrett Donnell[11]; 11. 51-Jerry Barker[10]; 12. 92-Nick Davis[9]; 13. 71-Davis Lipscombe[14]; 14. 45-William Baker[13]; 15. 17-Colby Bradshaw[15] Fast Qualifier: Davis Lipscombe – 18.969 seconds Truckin Thunder Sportsman (25 laps): 1. 16-Brett Adkins[4]; 2. 9-Steve Causey[6]; 3. 01-Adam Breeden[1]; 4. 01X-Tommy Upshaw[9]; 5. 1-Blake Adkins[8]; 6. 101-Tony Breeden[7]; 7. 23-Matt Meads[3]; 8. 55-Tim Shelton[2]; 9. OU1-Dale Rhodes[10]; 10. 00-Hunter Wright[5] Fast Qualifier: Steve Causey – 21.137 seconds Budweiser Modified (25 laps): 1. 1ST-Bret Hamilton[4]; 2. 40-Brent Bordeaux[3]; 3. 11-Chase Butler[5]; 4. 814-Samuel Lamborgini[1]; 5. 11K-Robert Kramer[10]; 6. 10S-Tim Schulte[2]; 7. 7+7-Jeff Solinger[7]; 8. 44-Stephen Bryant[8]; 9. 4-Doug Penny[6]; 10. 36-Lance Grady[9] Fast Qualifier: Doug Penny – 19.401 seconds Joe Hudson’s Collision Centers Limited Stock Car (20 laps): 1. 7-Johnny Brooks[8]; 2. 41-Cory Bradley[2]; 3. 04-Brian Maxey[4]; 4. 9-Justin Pullen[6]; 5. 01-Trent Clemans[3]; 6. 14B-Brandon Bowler[11]; 7. 53-Gregory Morgan[10]; 8. 6-Zac Elliott[7]; 9. 99-Hilton Pickeral[15]; 10. 14-Christopher Bryan[14]; 11. 55-Raymond Harper[5]; 12. 59-Jason Speelman[13]; 13. 85-WL Johnston[16]; 14. 39-Cole Johnston[12]; 15. 25-John Hankins Jr[9]; 16. 21-Jacob Buie[1] Fast Qualifier: Johnny Brooks – 22.249 seconds...

TONIGHT (SAT. AUGUST 19) WE HOST DIRT SERIES CHAMPIOSHIP WEEKLY RACING

TONIGHT (SAT. AUGUST 19) WE HOST DIRT SERIES CHAMPIOSHIP WEEKLY RACING

Jamaica, VA – Virginia Motor Speedway will return to weekly racing tonight, August 19th, and host week 9 of Dirt Series Championship weekly racing featuring the Victory Lap Pro Late Model, Truckin Thunder Sportsman, Budweiser Modified, and Joe Hudsaon’s Collision Center Limited Stock Car divisions in some exciting side-by-side action. Tonight competitor gates will open at 3 PM, with spectator gates opening at 5 PM. On-track activities will begin at 5:45 PM for hot laps. Features will start at 7 PM. Divisions scheduled to race on Saturday will be the Victory Pro Late Models (Twin 17 Lap), Budweiser Modifieds (25 Laps), Truckin Thunder Sportsman (25 laps), and the Joe Hudson’s Collision Center Limited Stock Cars (20 laps). All divisions will run Hot Lap Time Trials and Features. Admission price for adults is $15, seniors (60+) / military (active or retired) $12, students 13 – 17 years old $10, and children 12 and under admitted free. Pit passes will be $25. Bring your portable radio headset and enjoy hearing the call of all the action on the track by tuning into 95.5 FM on your radio dial. 16″ coolers or smaller and allowed, and no glass containers. You can bring your own food a beverage. We do not sell alcohol. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½-mile dirt oval track located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA, and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA, in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland, and the Hampton Roads area....

Page 1 of 212