Virginia Motor Speedway Releases 2011 Schedule

Jamaica, VA – The tentative 2011 schedule for Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway has been released and includes 12 weeks of Virginia Army National Guard Dirt Series action and will open with the World of Outlaws sanctioned $25,000 to win Commonwealth 100 April 15 – 16, 2010 and end with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sanctioned $15,000 to win 32nd Annual USA 100. To see the entire 2011 schedule in its entirety click on schedule under the Events tab....

USA 100 Just Days Away; Statewide Burn Ban in Effect for Race Weekend

Jamaica, VA – With the 31st Annual USA 100 just days away anticipation is running high for what is expected to be one of the best races of the year. Great weather with plentiful sunshine and temperatures in the high 70’s is expected providing for a great afternoon to race. Fans will get the chance to meet the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series competitors when the speedway will host the BB&T autograph session at 4:30pm. Tickets will go on sale at 4pm when the gates open. On track activities will begin at 6pm with Hot Laps. We have plenty of free parking and camping is free but we do not have hook ups. There is a statewide burn ban in effect so we can not allow any camp fires during the weekend. Admission: Adults – $25; Senior (60+) and Military – $20; Students 7 to 17 – $12 and Children 6 and Under – Free. Pit passes $40. 16″ coolers are welcomed, no glass allowed. We have great concessions at family friendly pricing. We do not sell alcohol....

Speedway Anxious to Host Ernie Shelton’s 31ST Annual USA 100™ and Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Saturday September 18th

Jamaica, VA – Officials at Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway are anxiously awaiting September 18th, that is the day the 31st Annual USA 100™ returns to the ½ mile speed plant in beautiful Jamaica, VA. The event will be sanctioned this year by the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. “The last two years the twin 25’s have been phenomenal and the final 50 lap segment was just been out of this world. We couldn’t be more pleased with hosting this event. This race is definitely a fan friendly event. The two 25 lap qualifiers could be features anywhere in the country. This year we have yet again increased the payout and the event will pay $15,000 to the winner and $1000 to start the “A” Main. The payout has produced a lot of interest from both Series drivers as well as the local, regional, and even some of the national stars,” concluded track General Manager Clarke Sawyer. For this year’s edition of the 31st edition of the USA 100™ the speedway has also added a B Main to give the competitors one more chance to make it into the USA 100™ A Main....

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