Bear Ridge Speedway

Week two of the 55 th year of consecutive racing at Bear Ridge Speedway sponsored by Forward’s Garage &
Forwards Plumbing LLCs succumbs to Mother Nature, leaving a packed pit of competitors and loyal fans
disappointed, despite the efforts of Promoter C.V. “Butch” Elms to make every effort, as is our way, to get the
show in.

The DIRTcar Sportsman East Series event was set to provide the fans with a whale of a show as twenty-eight
cars were on hand to make the event. A hand full of outsiders showed up to test their skills at the Ridge making
Dean Reynolds DIRTcar Northeast Director very pleased. Plans are being worked on for a make up date, and
once one is obtained we will announce it. All cars in the pits, over a hundred and thirty across the divisions, were
able to hit the track for warmups, as well as the timed hot laps for the Sportsman before the “chance of
thunderstorms” hit the track. Nonstop hard rain for over ninety minutes would finally force Elms to concede to
Mother Nature and pull the plug.
With the night recorded as a complete rain out, we will be honoring those in attendance who return this Saturday
May 21 st with their tickets from May 14 th . Remember you must have your front gate grandstand ticket or pit wrist
band to be able to be honored the rain check.
Saturday May 21 st sponsored by Ron’s Fix it Shop will feature a full card for the 99Rock weekly racing series
which includes the Sabil & Sons DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds, Wells River Chevrolet DIRTcar Sportsman Coupes,
USAC DMA Midgets, R& L: Auto Towing & Recovery Late Models, LaValley Building Supply Dirt Stocks, and the
Peanuts Auto LLC Ridge Runners.
Our first of the season nonprofit benefit night has been rescheduled to June 11 th for the VT Food Bank in order to
afford our fans the best opportunity support this benefit to help those who need it.
Remember in today’s society we could all use a little more family entertainment, and the Ridge is your best place
to be for just that. The admission price is more than reasonable; the show top-notch, the food superior, and the
family friendly atmosphere is just what you are looking for. If you haven’t been to the Ridge in a while or at all why
not check us out in 2022 our 55 th consecutive year of racing.
The price of a regular show general admission (front gate) ticket for adults (ages 17 to 61) is $12.00 a person and
children 11 and under $2.00. Teens 12 to 16 and seniors 62 and older is $10.00. Military Discounts are available
at $2.00 off for those with a valid ID.
The 2022 kid’s club membership is only $12.00 per child, infant to 11 years old, ($10.00 with front gate ticket
stub), and once you are a member you get in free the rest of the season!

The back gate (pit gate) ticket price for Bear Ridge Speedway and DIRTcar 2022 license holders is $30.00. Non-
license holders is $35.00 (both prices include the front gate ticket.)
Visa and MasterCard are accepted at the ticket gates, cash only at our concession stands. Racing begins at the
famous “6:00-ish” start time every Saturday starting in May thru September. Bear Ridge Speedway is located on
Kidder Road in Bradford, VT, just off Exit 16 on Interstate 91.