Devil’s Bowl Speedway Suffers First Rainout of 2018
Independence Day Firecracker coming up on Tuesday, July 3
WEST HAVEN, Vt. – Devil’s Bowl Speedway has suffered its first rainout of the 2018 stock car racing season on Sunday, June 24. Rain on Sunday morning and an unfavorable evening forecast have forced speedway officials to cancel the event.
The event was scheduled to be “Throwback Night” featuring the Mohawk Valley Vintage Dirt Modified Series and the new Champlain Valley Vintage Dirt Modifieds. Track and series officials will attempt to find a suitable makeup date for the vintage tours, which would be announced in the future.
DEVIL’S BOWL SPEEDWAY (Sun. 6/17 Photos)
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Roberts dominates Limiteds for first dirt victory
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Devil’s Bowl Photos Sunday, June 10, 2018
Photos credit Michael John Pierce
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Billington, Murray repeat; Lique wins his first
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