Combs, LeMaster, Hall, Ritchie, and Hunley Feature Winners at 201 Speedway on April 11th

Sitka, Kentucky (April 11, 2015) 201 Speedway resumed competition on Saturday night, April 11th with a full racing program in all divisions.

After Mother Nature halted activities one-week ago, make-up features in the Open Wheel Modified and Bomber divisions were first on the docket Saturday night. Scott LeMaster took the checkered flag first in the Open Wheel Modified main event while Reggie Ritchie claimed the win in the Bomber division.

Chris Combs claimed his first victory of the season in the regularly scheduled program for Super Late Models. Scott LeMaster claimed his second victory of the night in the Open Wheel Modifieds, with Jason Hall taking his #s17 Bomber to Victory Lane. The evening drew to a close with the Four Cylinder Stock main event which saw Chase Hunley scoring the win.


201 Speedway Presents Weekly Racing in All Divisions on April 11th

Sitka, Kentucky (April 06, 2015) 201 Speedway returns to action this Saturday, April 11th with a Weekly Racing Series program for all divisions. In addition to the regular racing program, make-up features from April 2nd for Open Wheel Modifieds and Bombers will also be contested.

A full racing program for all divisions is on tap, with the Super Late Models highlighting the activities in a 25-lap, $1,500 to win main event. The Open Wheel Modifieds will race for $700 in their 20-lap feature while the Bombers compete in a 15-lap, $500 to win main event. The Four Cylinder Stocks cap off the evening’s racing activities with a 12-lap, $300 to win feature. The Super Late Models will time trial (2 laps) along with the Open Wheel Modifieds and Bombers (1 lap). Four Cylinder Stocks will draw for heat race starting positions.


Spring Nationals at 201 Speedway Halted by Mother Nature

Sitka, Kentucky (April 02, 2015) 201 Speedway attempted to open the highly anticipated 2015 season on Thursday evening unfortunately, Mother Nature would intervene.

Preliminary events were contested in all classes before rain began falling shortly after the green flag waved in the Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series presented by Schaeffer’s Oil main event. Officials were forced to postpone the balance of the program.