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Turf Bash Postponed

Turf Bash will be scheduled for August 30th 2014.

Opening Weekend Drawing Near

Practice Set for Friday April 25th, Gates Open 4pm Practice Start 6pm, Grandstand Admission Free

Season Opener May 2nd Racing All Classes Gates Open at 6pm, Hotlaps 7:30pm and Racing Starting at 8pm.

Full Schedule will be released in the next few days we are currently waiting on some final details for a few events. Keep checking back! Looks like another great schedule shaping up yet again at Elkins Raceway for 2014.

Racing Banquet Set For November 16

The Elkins Raceway awards banquet is set for November 16, 2013 at the Beverly Firehall in Beverly, WV. For info and tickets contact Jim Skidmore at (304)636-8661 or Jeff at (304)636-4534. Doors will open at 5:30pm and Dinner will be served at 7:00pm, BYOB. Entertainment provided by WV Cool Tunes.

Mother Nature claims yet another at Elkins

(Kerens, W.V. 8-9-13) Mother Nature halted racing at Elkins Raceway for the seventh time this season Friday night. Barring the interference of the rain lady again, next week will be the Miller's Used Cars season Championships. There will double points (heats are single, feature is doubled) in all classes. Plus, Stewart Sanitation steps in for the $500 to win Mod Lite special. 

  The top five drivers in the Jenkins Ford Super Late Models; 1. Tim Senic / Tim Hitt. 2. Billy Holbert -55. 3. Shane Hitt -131. 4. Bob Gordon -163. 5. Butch McGill -168.
Defending Champion; Tim Senic 2000, 11,12.

  The top five drivers in the Budweiser FASTRAK Late Models; 1. Kris Southern. 2. Kyle Thomas -88. 3. Mike Thorne -161. 4. Chad Green -181. 5. Ron Wiles -194.
Defending Champion; Kyle Thomas.

  The top five drivers in the Fast 'N Friendly Pharmacy Modifieds; 1. Brent Trimble. 2. Phil Jeffries -63. 3. Dave Defibaugh -127. 4. Robert Smith -171. 5. Nick Wilson -265.
Defending Champion; Brent Trimble.

 The top five drivers in the Miller's Used Cars Street Stocks; 1. James Nelson. 2. J P Tallman -14. 3. Samantha Rogers / Steve Wilmoth -52. 4. Ryan Watson -70. 5. Ronnie Tincher -73. Defending Champion; Ronnie Tincher.

  The top five drivers in the Good Samaritan of Barbour County Mod Lites; 1. Mitch Ward. 2. Ryan Harris -58. 3. Beau Newlon -62. 4. Jeff Fornash -77. 5. Trey Watson -201.

  The top five drivers in the Darren's Pizza Shack Mini Wedges; 1. Logan Hitt. 2. Kaitlyn Frazier -139. 3. Skylar Moats -144. 4. Abby Watson -159. 5. Olivia Ferguson -198.
Defending Champion; Logan Hitt. 

  Coming August 23 will be the 25th annual R H Armstrong Memorial. $4,000 goes to the winner of the Topless 40 race for the Jenkins Ford Super Late Models. Jared Hawkins captured the first topless edition last year. It was actually Hawkins' third consecutive and fourth overall Armstrong win. (2007,10,11,12) Other previous winners include; 1989 (twin features) Tim Hitt / Charlie Swartz. 1990,91 Denny Chamberlain. 1992 Frank Wilson. 1993 Butch McGill. 1994 Tim Hitt (2). 1995, 96 Dave Groves. 1997 Not ran. 1998 Tim Hitt (3). 1999, 00 Gary Dalton. 2001 Chuck Harper. 2002 Mike Benedum. 2003 Butch McGill (2). 2004 Robbie Blair. 2005 Steve Casebolt Jr. 2006 Mike Balzano. 2007 Jared Hawkins. 2008 Chuck Harper (2). 2009 Gary Dalton (3). 2010, 11, 12 Jared Hawkins (2,3,4). 

  Also on the card will be the Budweiser FASTRAK Late Models racing roofless for $1,000 to win. It is only the second time the crate Late Models have ran topless at the 3/8 mile oval. Daniel Hill was the winner in 2012.  The Fast 'N Friendly Pharmacy Modifieds, Miller's Used Cars Street Stocks, and the Good Samaritan of Barbour County Mod Lites will also race for $1,000 to the winner. 
** Based on 15 cars signing in per class. Less than 15 cars will revert to regular payout.***

  Starting the evening will be the future racers the Darren's Pizza Shack Mini Wedges!

  PLUS a huge fireworks extravaganza! So bring your lawn chairs, friends, neighbors and come see and feel Thunder In the Valley!

 For contact information go to www.elkinsraceway.net


Elkins outruns Mother Nature with Skidmore and Hitt Memorials

(Kerens, W.V. 7-21-13) After getting washed out three out of the last four races, Elkins Raceway defied Mother Nature and got both nights of the Budweiser All Star Memorial weekend in. 

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Elkins Beats Mother Nature

(Kerens, W.V.7-13-13) For the first time in four weeks Elkins Raceway got the program in. It began to look bleak as a light drizzle fell just as the first racing of the evening, the Darren's Pizza Shack Mini Wedges were lined up. Starting just short of an hour late, but hats off to Jim Skidmore and the track crew for getting the track prepared for green flag racing.

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Defibaugh scores the extra $$$ in Modified

(Kerens, W.V. 6-22-14) It was autograph night for the drivers and fans on Jenkins Ford Friday night thunder.  Many of the drivers took the extra time and effort to bring candy, photos, stickers, and more as they handed out the items to the huge crowd that covered the hillside Friday night at the Elkins Raceway.

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Old Timers enjoy evening of remembrance 

(Kerens, W.V. 6-14-13) It was Old Timers Reunion night presented by Performance Motors Friday at Elkins Raceway. Some of the elder statesmen were on hand reminiscing with long time friends and fans and making new ones. 

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Schaeffer Oil Fastrak Crate Late Model $2000 to WIN rescheduled for June 29th RH Armstrong Memorial Night


Mother Nature can’t stop Education night at Elkins

(Kerens, W.V. 5-19-13) Mother Nature tried but failed to stop racing at Elkins on Friday night. A light shower began shortly after gates opened, although pushing track prep and the start time back, she couldn’t halt Roy’s RV Super Center’s Education Appreciation Night. After showing valid school ID’s area Teacher’s were allowed in free for the night. 

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Thunder in the Mountains Returns

  (Kerens, W.V. 5-4-13) A strong field of cars and a great crowd saw the 2013 season get under way on Fast ‘N Friendly Pharmacy Friday Night Thunder at the Elkins Raceway.

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Elkins Raceway Ready For Friday Night Thunder

Spring is in the air, and that can only mean one thing, the Elkins Raceway is getting ready for the 2013 racing season. It begins April 26th with the annual Test and Tune Practice day set for this Friday evening with the first Friday Night Thunder slated the following week, May 3rd.

The Kerens facility will enter it’s third year under Norman McDougal as Track Lease Holder, Jim Skidmore as Track Manager. The classes this year will be the Jenkins Ford Super Late Models, the Budweiser FASTRAK Crate Motor Late Models, the Fast ‘N Friendly Pharmacy Modifieds, the Miller’s Used Cars Street Stock and Darren’s Pizza Mini Wedges. The Good Samaritan of Barbour County Mod Lite’s will be the new class this year. 

With arguably the best schedule in many years, the 3/8 mile oval highlights include, the Jenkins Ford Super Late Model's 1st event with Hunter’s Haven paying $2,000 to win May 31st. Then June 28th and 29th is the Stars and Stripes Weekend Celebration featuring the J C Distributing 25th Annual R H Armstrong Memorial Topless Twin 25’s paying $2,000 to win for the first race and $3,000 for the second. The second race, the field will be inverted, plus $250 Hard Charger Bounty if the same driver wins both races. Friday’s portion of the show will feature the areas first big fireworks display of the season. The Budweiser All Star Memorial kicks off with the 3rd annual Jim Hitt Memorial on July 19th for a $5,000 paycheck with $300 to start, Then the next night, July 20th, the 3rd annual Richard Skidmore Memorial has a $10,000 check awaiting the winner and $500 to start. And Finally, We are working hand in hand with World of Outlaws to make their debut at the track with $10,000 up for grabs, in the 1st ever Elkins Raceway “Moonshiner” on August 23. (this date is tentative) 

The Budweiser FASTRAK Series will have the Schaeffer Oil $2,000 to win plus $500 in tools from Snap On on June 7th. Also, there is a $2,000 to win show with the World of Outlaws on August 23rd.(this date is tentative) Other FASTRAK specials are June 29th and July 19th for $1,000 each, then July 20th paying $1,500 to the winner.

The Fast ‘N Friendly Pharmacy Modifieds are spotlighted June 21 and July 20 for $1,000 to win. With a pair of $750 prizes June 29 and July 19. 

The Miller’s Used Cars Street Stocks vie for a $500 to win Street Stock Special on May 24th. Then on August 9th, $500 to win plus $500 tools from Snap On. Other specials include, $500 to win on June 29th, July 19th and 20th. Finally a $1,000 to win with the “Run What You Brung” Steet Stock Special on August 23 (also tentative) 

The new kids on the block, the Good Samaritan of Barbour County Mod Lites battle for $500 May 17th sponsored by Ryan’s Repair, 31st sponsored by Eastern Hose, June 14th sponsored by Andy’s Heating, July 19th sponsored by Newlon’s International, August 2nd sponsored by Corridor H Tire, and 16th sponsored by Stewart Sanitation. With a couple of $750 paydays June 29th sponsored by Harris Construction and American Garage Door and July 20th sponsored by Gutterworks and Karen Bialek Insurance.

With many more specials dotting the schedule, go towww.elkinsraceway.net for the complete schedule, latest news, and more. Race day phone is 304-636-3339 .



Regaurding The David Allen Coe Concert

Elkins Raceway LLC. is in no way affiliated with this event! Mountain State Music was to rent our facilities for this concert. ALL ticket sales were made by them and for them. ALL REFUNDS AND COMPLAINTS NEED TO BE ADRESSED TO MOUNTAIN STATE MUSIC @ 304-641-7898 ATTENTION BRAD WIETEK. Again this was a MSM event. Thanks, Elkins Raceway LLC. Management

Elkins Raceway Banquet

Dont Forget, The Elkins Raceway banquet will be held to honor of our 2012 Champions on November 10 at the Beverly Fire Hall. Tickets are $22.00 and you can order them by calling 304-636-8661. 

Festival 40 September 15th Payout Info

$3000 to win Super Late Models plus increased purse in all classes

Gates Open at 5pm Racing at 7pm

Hawkins wins 3rd Armstrong, Champions crowned at Elkins.

(Kerens, W.V. 8-25-12) Mother Nature gave us a beautiful night for Season Championships at the Elkins Raceway. The Jenkins Ford Super Late Models had a lot to battle for Friday night. The Season Championship, R H Armstrong Classic / Topless 52 for $3,000. Plus a guaranteed starting spot in the Black Diamond next week at Tyler County Speedway. The very last car out, Jacob Hawkins, tripped the clock the quickest with a lap of 14.28 seconds. Mike Benedum, Tim Senic, and Jared Hawkins snared heat victories. Benedum doubled up with the Dash win. When the ground pounders roared to life, Jared out dragged Benedum to turn one for the lead. Shane Hitt, Senic and Chuck Harper filled the top five slots. Hawkins began to build a comfortable cushion while Hitt turned up the heat on Benedum. By the eleventh go round Hawkins had caught the tail of the field. While the laps clicked off, Hawkins darted through traffic using the middle groove. At the half way mark, Hawkins, Hitt, Benedum, Harper and Senic were still the top five. The only stoppage came on lap 28 when Jacob Hawkins slowed on the backchute. The remainder of the roofless race went green as Hawkins moved lower on the surface, would collect his third straight Armstrong Classic. With the Bobby Lake Motorsports / J C Distributing #37, J – Hawk would say in victory lane “I welcomed the caution (on lap 28) , I thought my tires were getting a little hot and that cooled them down enough.” Hitt, Benedum, Harper and Senic completed the top five. It would also give him a starting spot in the ‘ Black Diamond ‘ next Saturday at Tyler County Speedway. With his fifth place finish, Tim Senic driving the Roy’s RV Super Center / Mach Excavating Services #S2 added his second consecutive and third overall (2000,11,12) track Championship.

The Budweiser crate Late Models were also Topless and vying for a spot in the EDGE Racing League portion of the Black Diamond. Robert Cossell IV grabbed the heat checkers and jumped to the point at the outset. Derek Rogers, Brandon McGrady, Duane Moreland and Kyle Thomas quickly fell in behind Cossell. On the restart of lap eight second running Rogers pulled up lame on the front chute bunching everyone up behind him. The yellow waved again on laps nine, 17, and 21. But it could stop Cossell in the Uniontown Toyota / High Gear Speed Shop #50C from taking his second checkerboard of the season. McGrady, Thomas, Derek Doll (driving Bill Shaffer’s #55), and Shawn Jett rounded out the top five. With his solid third place finish, Kyle Thomas, driver of the W G Motorsports / Dodd’s Sporting Goods #32 collected the crown for the class.

Brent Trimble started on the inside of row two for the Millers Used Cars Modifieds and snagged the front spot at the beginning of the 22 lapper. Trimble continued to show the way until the restart of lap 10. Trimble was slow coming out of turn four as Phill Jeffries, Vic Vandergrift and Dylan Shafer zipped by. Two circuits later Trimble made the hard right hand turn into the pits out of the race. Piloting the Dingus Lumber / Residential Creations #J4, Jeffries would race on to make his second trip to victory lane on the year. Vandergrift, Shafer, Bill Vandevender, and Nick Wilson filled out the top five. Despite the early exit, the driver of the David Stanley Consultants / H & R Block #1B, Trimble secured the division Championship.

The Valley Supply Street Stocks had Jim Byers take early command and never relinquished it. After fending off pressure from Mike Duritsky for the first nine circuits, and then Shawn Davis for the remainder, the A & P Trucking / Sprouts Place #36 would cash his fourth first place check this year. The caution marred event saw the yellow flag wave nine times in the first 15 laps. Davis, Bob Miller, Ricky Vest, and Duritsky crossed second through fifth. Fortunately the Elkins Metal Recycling sponsored #7 of Ronnie Tincher, did not even have to show up to be awarded the Street Stock Championship, he had mechanical problems and finished eighteenth.

All season long it was a fight between two Mini Wedge Warriors for the point title. And when the dust settled, Trey Watson won the battle but Logan Hitt would win the war. Watson would receive his sixth first place bid, but it would be Hitt laying claim to the hardware. Watson would win the final race ahead of Jackson Jacobs, Hitt, Paige Bragg and Abby Watson.

Don’t forget Elkins will end the 2012 season with the Festival Race on September 15. Follow the website; www.elkinsraceway.net for payoffs and the latest information.
Super Late Models (21); Jared Hawkins, Shane Hitt, Mike Benedum, Chuck Harper, Tim Senic, Butch McGill, Daniel Hill, Billy Holbert, Dusty Hamrick, Bob Gordon, Skip Hare, Charlie George, Jamie McCloud, Richard Frazier, Mason Zeigler, Cody Hardesty, Jacob Hawkins, Paul Wilmoth Jr., Shaun Poling, Steve Booth, Jess Whitehair. Heats; Benedum, Senic, Jr. Hawkins. Dash; Benedum.

Crate Late Models (18); Robert Cossell IV, Brandon McGrady, Kyle Thomas, Derek Doll, Shawn Jett, Duane Moreland, Corey Metheny, Kris Southern, Bob Norman, Matt Lopez, Chad Green, Ron Wiles, Mike Thorne, Derrick Shaw, Louie Krushansky, Robbie Scott, Derek Rogers. DNS; Bobby Dale Earnhardt. Heats; Cossell, Rogers, McGrady.

Modifieds (10); Phil Jeffries, Vic Vandergrift, Dylan Shafer, Bill Vandevender, Nick Wilson, Brent Trimble, Mike Murphy, Robert Smith, Bob Williams, Deana Groves. Heats; Murphy, Jeffries.

Street Stocks (25); Jim Byers, Shawn Davis, Bob Miller, Ricky Vest, Mike Duritsky, J P Tallman, Dusty Swecker, Rick Isner, James Nelson, Ryan Watson, Dustin Isner, Jason Mullens, Brian Mitchell, Patrick Zirkle, Josh Mullenax, James Biller, Bill Deem, Ronnie Tincher, Randy Bohan, Ryan Newman, Jamie Keene, Rick Knicley, Kirby Gallahan. DNS; Robin Maxson, Chad McLean. Heats; Byers, Duritsky.


24th Annual R.H. Armstrong/ Black Diamond Qualifier This Friday Night August 24th

This Friday Night August 24th will be the running of the 24th Annual R.H. Armstrong Classic/ Black Diamond Qualifier. The Jenkins Ford Super Late Models will run Topless for 52 laps for $3000 to WIN plus a provisional spot in the Black Diamond at the Tyler County Speedway, Super Late Models will time trial. Budweiser EDGE Crate Late Models will run Topless for 27 laps for $1000 to WIN plus a provisional spot in the Black Diamond Weekend at Tyler County Speedway. TSMA Modifieds will run for 22 laps for $1000 to win, Street Stocks Run What U Brung 22 laps for $1000 to win! ( must have passed tech inspection at least once this season at Elkins Raceway to be eligable to run), PLUS Mini-Wedges! General Admission only $10 and Pits $30, don't miss out on this action packed night! Keep your eyes and ears open for the Fall Festival Race Saturday Sept. 15th.

Rain halts racing again at Elkins!

But hold onto your seats! Friday night August 24 will now be Season Championship night! The Black Diamond Qualifier for the Jenkins Ford Super Late Models and the Budweiser EDGE crate Late Models! AND the 24th annual R H Armstrong Classic Topless 52 for the Jenkins Ford Super Late Models! PLUS the Budweiser EDGE Late will run Topless as well. WITH the $1,000 to win Valley Supply Street Stock Run What You Brung. ( must have passed tech inspection at least once this season at Elkins raceway). The Miller’s Used Cars Modifieds and Mini Wedges will also be on the card.

Covert and Wilmoth take money out of Elkins


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Historical Weekend On-Tap This Weekend

(Kerens, W.V. 8-03-12) Rain halts racing again at Elkins. That now sets up the biggest weekend in Elkins Raceway history! This Friday night (August 10) will now be the 2nd annual Jim Hitt Memorial for the Jenkins Ford Super Late Models for $5,000 to win. Plus $1,000 to win for the EDGE Racing League Budweiser crate Late Models, $800 to win for the Miller’s Used Cars TSMA Modifieds, $500 to win for the Valley Supply Street Stocks, and Mini Wedges. PLUS! a HUGE Fireworks display!

Then Saturday (August 11) will bring the 2nd annual Richard Skidmore Memorial with $7,500 on the line for the Jenkins Ford Super Late Models. The Hitt Memorial on Friday is a qualifier for the Skidmore as well. As the highest finisher in the Hitt race who doesn’t make the Skidmore, will get a starting spot. Also on the card is the EDGE Racing League Budweiser crate Late Models for $1,000 to win. The Miller’s Used Cars TSMA Modifieds will run for $650. And the Valley Supply Street Stocks vie for $500. Plus Mini Wedges. All classes except Super Lates will get double track points as well.

General admission is only $15 per night! Friday night is the final night to use the June 29 armbands (the rained out fireworks) with an additional $5. The armbands from the rained out Hitt Memorial (August 3) will be an even exchange. Gates open both days at 6:00 pm with racing starting at 8:00 pm. For more information go to www.elkinsraceway.net or call 304-636-3339.

Bring your lawn chairs and the whole family and be part of the biggest weekend in Elkins Raceway history! Plenty of room for FREE camping NO HOOKUPS. Two marquee events back to back, plus fireworks AND extra money to win in all classes! Come feel Thunder in the Valley again……..

Senic takes first win of the year

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Old Timers Reunion This Friday Night

Old timers reunion will be held this Friday July 27th at the Elkins Raceway. Not all participants could attend on the 10th or 11th of August. Make sure to come out and enjoy a blast from the past! Attendees include Red Freddicks, Steve Helmick, Jack Rosier, Gary Bates, Don Thorne, Buddy Tasker, Bernard Keene, Ernie Foglepole, Bill Weese just to name a few.

Huge Skidmore Memorial Weekend Announced

Due to Mother Nature giving us two failed attempts of racing at Elkins Raceway, track officials have came up with a new plan. The weekend of August 10-11 will give area fans something they have been wanting for a long time, 2 days, back to back of racing. on Friday night August 10, Elkins Raceway will present a $2,000 to win Jenkins Ford Super Late Model show with the winner being guaranteed a starting spot in Saturdays Skidmore Memorial. The Budweiser Edge Crate class will race for $1,000 to win, with regular racing in all other divisions, Also on the card will be the gigantic fireworks display from June 29.

Then on Saturday the 2nd annual Richard Skidmore Memorial for the Jenkins Ford Super Late Models with $7,500 going to the driver that can out run the local and travelling hot shoes including Tim Senic, Paul Wilmoth Jr., Butch McGill, Jared and Jacob Hawkins, Billy Holbert, Zack Dohm, Harold Redman Jr., Ricky Williams, and more. Also the Budweiser crate Late Models will be racing for $1,000. The Miller’s Used Cars Modifieds battling for $650, and the Valley Supply Street Stocks vying for $500. Plus our Little League of racing, the Mini Wedges.
All classes except Supers will be awarded double points as well.

Two days of edge of your seat racing excitement, great food, great company, a gigantic fireworks display, what else could you ask for. Bring the whole family, tell your friends and neighbors. Load up the car with the lawn chairs and coolers and come to the Elkins Raceway to be part of history. It will go in the books as the biggest and best racing weekend in Elkins history.

For all the latest information on camping , prices and more go to www.elkinsraceway.net or phone 304-636-4534 or 304-636-8661. racetrack office phone is 304-636-3339 (raceday only)


Elkins Will Be Throwing Dirt This Friday

Just a reminder, Elkins Raceway will be racing this Friday night July 6th......arm bands will be honored from July 29th at face value any race night until we are able too make up the fireworks.....as soon as we get something worked out with the shooters we will post the fireworks make up date.....join us this week for driver autograph night and watch everyone vie for the bonus money to win in all divisions....

Mother Nature Takes Elkins

(Kerens, W.V.6-23-12)During the opening ceremonies, the light
drizzle began. Then it quickly became a little harder and continued
long enough to force officials to cancel racing. On the schedule for
next week is increased payoffs to the winners in each class. $500
bonus for the Jenkins Ford Super Late Models. $400 for the Budweiser
crate Late Models. $200 for the Miller’s Used Cars Modifieds. And $150
for the Valley Supply Street Stocks. Also on the slate are the always
competitive Mini Wedges. PLUS! The annual Giant Fireworks display. The
display at the track has always been the best display in the area, and
this year is to be no different, we have a professional shooter come
in and electronicly shoot them off said a track official, its something to see.

Groves Makes History

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Byers Wins Street Stock Sizzler

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Geoff Bodine Visiting Elkins Raceway

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Mid Afternoon Storms Cancel Racing

Management at Elkins Raceway has been forced to cancel all racing
activity for Friday June 1 after a forecast for violent mid afternoon
thunderstorms…..the Valley Steel Street Stock special planned for this
week will be held next Friday along with an appearance from former
NASCAR star Geoff Bodine. Bodine will be on hand to sign autographs
and will also be racing the WDTVchannel 5 news car owned by Norm
Weaver of Clarksburg. Gates open at 5 pm with hot laps hitting the
track at 7:30 for all the news on Elkins Raceway, visit the speedway
website at www.elkinsraceway.net or phone 304-636-3339 .



Hawkins Takes Double-Down Bonus

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Benedum Takes Elkins Opener

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Elkins Ready For Season Opener

(Kerens, W.V. 4-29-12) Elkins Raceway is ready for their lid lifter
this Friday night. Be one of the first 100 Paying fans through the
Grandstand Gate to recieve 1 Free Hotdog and 1 Free Popcorn.
After putting 184 loads of clay on the 3/8 mile oval, the surface
was super smooth and racey for the practice session
held last Friday. Come on out and enjoy the ground pounding 750
horsepower Jenkins Ford Super late Models, The Budweiser Edge Racing
League crate motor Late Models, the Miller’s Used Cars TSMA open wheel
Modifieds, The Valley Supply Street Stocks and the little league of
racing the MWRA Mini Wedges!

The season gets under way this Friday and some huge events fill the
slate for 2012.Highlighted by the 2nd annual Richard Skidmore
Memorial for the Super Late Models on July 13. Also the Supers are
highlighted with the 2nd annual Jim Hitt Memorial on August 13.

The first ‘biggie’ of the season will be May 18 when the Edge Racing
League crate motor Late Model Adrenalin Tour invades for the Thunder
in the Valley Topless 25! Racing in conjunction with the Tyler County
Speedway, the Edge series will then travel to the Middlebourne
facility the following night. Doubleheaders and bonus money is up for
grabs as the two dirt track legends (Elkins and Tyler County) are
working hand in hand in 2012.

Also the Elkins Kids Club returns with many activities planned for
the youngsters. Including one boys and one girls bicycle to given away
each week!

For all the latest information go to www.elkinsraceway.net


Management At Raceway Give Track A Facelift

Management at Elkins Raceway have been hard at work on the new racing surface since fall of 2011. The early spring weather gave track crew some extra time for much needed widening. The entire track has had been widened to bring 4 wide racing, something not seen at the raceway in the past decade. The track has seen 184 loads of the finest clay in the region, averaging 6-8 inches in depth around the entire racing surface. Practice night set for the 27th of April at 6pm and gates opening at 5pm, General Admission Free and Pit Admission $15


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ERL Debuts New Website

The EDGE Entertainment team, Elkins Raceway, & Tyler County Speedway anxiously announce the new online home of the EDGE Racing League. (ERL Crates) Twenty-Twelve looks to be an exciting year for the crates in the Mountain State and the new site will deliver all the info, news, updates & more. Check out the site at www.edgeconnect.co for more information.


Elkins Raceway gearing up for a huge 2012 season

Friday Night Thunder is getting closer, as the roar of the ground pounding horsepower monsters are ready to be unleashed. Catch a pre-season look at some of your favorite drivers machines as the 2012 Car Show is to be held at the Meadowbrook Mall March 8-11.



 Elkins Raceway and Tyler County Speedway Team Up for 2012 Season

With the dawning of yet another racing season of consecutive operation at two of the Mountain States premier motorsports facilities, Promoters from both speedway are excited to announce a partnership on several exciting fan and driver promotions for the highly anticipated 2012 motorsports campaign.



Elkins Raceway and Tyler County Speedway Car Show

Elkins Raceway and Tyler County Speedway will come together to christen the new season and invite race fans to the Meadowbrook Mall, in Bridgeport WV, that will be the site of the Elkins Raceway/Tyler County Speedway Stock Car Show. The Show runs Friday, March 8th thru Sunday, March 11th. Meet your favorite local speedway racers and get an up-close look at their new 2012 paint schemes before they hit the track. The show will feature a variety of stock cars including Super Late Models, Sprint Cars, Crate Late Models, Open Wheel Modified's, Street Stocks, Mini-Wedges and more! Speedway officials from both Elkins and Tyler will be on hand to distribute 2012 schedules, rules, flyers and to answer any questions regarding the up coming season. For drivers interested in showcasing their new cars and highlighting their sponsors should make arrangements by RSVP via phone @ 304-771-5661.


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