Bear Ridge Speedway “there’s no place like home”

Bear Ridge Speedway

Bear Ridge Speedway is gearing up for their 53rd year of consecutive racing. The Ridge continues to be the best source of great inexpensive high-quality entertainment for families. What makes the entertainment? Some of the best drivers in New England, fierce competition, and the return of drivers who know “there’s no place like home”

The DIRTcar Sabil & Sons Sportsman Modifieds will see several returning faces in 2020 who have raced the Ridge. Can Kevin Chaffee reclaim the championship in 2020? The local hot shoe driving the 73 will have his hands full with a pack of wolves all vying for the coveted spot. Robert Tucker, Richie Simmons, and Ryan Christian all had great 2019 seasons, and hoping to be the lucky one to dethrone the 2019 king Jordan Fornwalt. With some stiff competition from these guys plus several others in the division claiming the gold will be no easy feat for any of the drivers and is sure to offer some edge of your seat entertainment for the fans.

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Bear Ridge Speedway is gearing up for their 53rd year of consecutive racing.

Bear Ridge Speedway

Bear Ridge Speedway is gearing up for their 53rd year of consecutive racing. The Ridge continues to be the best source of great inexpensive high-quality entertainment for families. The price of a regular show general admission (front gate) ticket will remain the same as it has over the past decade for adults (ages 17 to 61) at $10.00 a person and children 11 and under $2.00. Teens 12 to 16 and seniors 62 and older will be able to enjoy the racing in 2020 for just $8.00.

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Banner line up of events and sponsors for the 53rd consecutive season of racing

Bear Ridge Speedway

Bear Ridge Speedway “the fastest dirt track in Vermont” is proud to announce the new event being added to the 2020 line up. DIRTcar Northeast is adding the “East Region Series” for the DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds. The Ridge will be hosting the the first event of four on May 9th. Additional races will be held at Utica Rome, Albany Saratoga and Glen Ridge. Promoters C.V. “Butch” and April May are very excited to be able to be a part of this series with the hosting of an event, and know that several of the Ridge drivers will be strong contendors for the overall championship of this series. Be sure to check the web site and our face book page for more information about this series.

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Return to NHMS Flat Track highlights 15 race USAC-DMA Schedule 

Return to NHMS Flat Track highlights 15 race USAC-DMA Schedule

After a successful first race at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway Flat Track in

2019 which featured excellent racing and a drive to victory from 22nd starting spot by Seth Carlson, the USAC Dirt Midget Association will visit the Speedway twice in 2020. The first race will take place on July 17th on the Friday night of the Speedway’s NASCAR Cup weekend. For 2020 a second race has been added on Friday Sept. 11th in conjunction with the Full Throttle Weekend on the big track. 

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Bear Ridge Speedway Honors 52nd Season Champions

Bear Ridge Speedway Honors 52nd Season Champions

Bear Ridge Speedway

Fornwalt is crowned the Sabil & Sons DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds 2019 Champion.
Bob Shepard, Marsha Lackie, C.V. “Butch” Elms inducted into the Bear Ridge Speedway Hall of Fame along with Pete Dunn & Bob Rushford

W Lebanon NH – Bear Ridge Speedway honored the champions from its 52nd season of dirt track stock car racing on Saturday November 16th. More than 300 drivers, crew members, sponsors, fans, and officials filled a sold-out banquet hall at the Fire Side Inn W Lebanon NH for the gala, where more than $25,000 in prizes and point fund purses was awarded.

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Stephen Lary gets his first win

Stephen Lary gets his first win and

in the Sabil & Sons DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds

Bear Ridge Speedway

Lots of racing and double points proved the saying true, “it’s not over till it’s over” in the Sabil & Sons DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds and the Wells River Chevrolet DIRTcar Sportsman Coupes in the points battle for these two divisions.  The way it started is the way it ended in the points battle for the C.A. Miller Limited Late Models and the Peanuts Auto Four Cylinders. Three drivers earned their right into the Modified Growler with each feature seeing a new driver taking the checkers and a last chance qualifier for the non winners of the season allowing more driver to be qualified.
Rained out events were what were on tap for the night. The first round of features were for rained out sponsor Dennis Preston Builder the second round of features were for rained out sponsor Sabil & Sons.

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