Devil’s Bowl Speedway, King of Dirt Racing to Celebrate on January 25
Devil’s Bowl special award nominees announced
RUTLAND, Vt. – The on-track action has ended, but the 2019 stock car racing season still has one more event remaining: The Banquet of Champions. Devil’s Bowl Speedway and the King of Dirt Racing Series (KOD) will come together to celebrate their respective champions, top drivers, and special award winners on Saturday, January 25, 2020, at the Holiday Inn Rutland-Killington in Rutland, Vermont.
Roberts Family Tops Devil’s Bowl Speedway Finale in Instant Classic
Five track champions crowned in unpredictable season-ender
WEST HAVEN, Vt. –Devil’s Bowl Speedway went out in style for the 2019 dirt track racing season, with a year-end finale that became an instant classic. The Stove Depot Championship Finale had several unpredictable plot twists, and five drivers were officially crowned champions at an event that will be talked about all winter.
Will Hull Powers to Victory at Devils Bowl Speedway
The Green Mountain Gear-Heads Sprint Cars of New England made their final appearance of the season at The Devils Bowl Speedway in West Haven, VT as part of the gigantic Interstate Batteries Vermont 200 Weekend. Fourteen cars were in attendance but only eleven made the call for the 25 lap Feature as a couple suffered mechanical failures and Dan Douville, who ran to Victory the night before at Bear Ridge Speedway, executed a wild flip in his heat race. Although Douville was transported to the local hospital with a neck injury he is expected to make a full recovery.
Speshock Surprises in Sportsman Score at Devil’s Bowl Speedway
WEST HAVEN, Vt. – Jack Speshock has not had much go his way in the 2019 stock car racing season, but for at least one night he was untouchable. The Malta, N.Y., driver dominated the 30-lap Pepsi Sportsman Modified feature on Fabian Earth Moving Night at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Sunday, August 18, for his first win at the track, topping a list that included first-time winners in four of six races at the event.
“Superman” Sheppard has Perfect Night in Battle at the Bowl
Sheppard wins $11,500; Tremont takes KOD Crate win
WEST HAVEN, Vt. – Matt Sheppard had never seen Devil’s Bowl Speedway prior to Sunday, August 11, but he quickly became very familiar with the Vermont track’s Victory Lane area. “Superman” won every race he ran at the inaugural “Battle at the Bowl” Big Block/Small Block Modified Challenge, and he capped an undefeated three-day weekend with an $11,500 payday. Brett Hearn and Kenny Tremont Jr. also took victories at the event, which drew one of the largest grandstand crowds of the last 20 years at Devil’s Bowl Speedway.
Redemption Comes for Comes in Devil’s Bowl Speedway Sportsman Win
Ryan adds name to first-time winner’s list in Limiteds
WEST HAVEN, Vt. – Justin Comes needed good some news at Devil’s Bowl Speedway, and he got it in a big way. The Middlebury, Vt., driver won the Pepsi Sportsman Modified feature on Friend Construction Night on Sunday, August 4, to turn a bad run of luck around, highlighting an event that also saw Anthony Ryan, Chris Murray, David Sartwell-Cornell, and Evan Roberts make trips to Victory Lane.