When the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 rolls around at Martinsville Speedway on September 23, a handful of drivers will be fighting for more than just the $25,000 check and grandfather clock trophy. After a one-year hiatus, the Virginia Late Model Triple Crown is back. The driver with the best average finish in the three biggest NASCAR
Race22.com from the Hampton Heat 200 at Langley Speedway in Virginia. Photos by Race22.com’s Corey Latham.
Dominion Raceway will host one of the richest Late Model Stock Car races in the country on a Thursday night in September. Last week, the track announced they would be running a $10,000-to-win, 150 lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock Car race on Thursday, September 7th. With a $10,000 payout to the winner,
Brenden Queen was hoping for a strong run in the Hampton Heat 200 to turn his 2017 season around, and he managed to do just that on Saturday night.
CE Falk dominated much of Saturday night’s Hampton Heat 200, leading the race’s first 188 laps, but he would end up coming up short when the checkered flag flew.
With 12 laps to go, Nick Smith managed to get a run on Falk and drag race him for the lead. When the two drivers made contact, it opened the door for Bobby McCarty to slip by and get the win with Brenden Queen in tow.
Bobby McCarty mounted a late charge to score the victory in the Hampton Heat 200 at Langley Speedway on Saturday night. When polesitter CE Falk and Nick Smith made contact racing for the lead with 10 laps to go, that opened up the inside lane for Bobby McCarty. After getting the lead, McCarty never looked
Cameron Bowen has shown steady improvement as a driver in the 2017 season, which he backed up with a 21st place qualifying effort for the Hampton Heat at Langley Speedway. Bowen, 19, from Chesapeake, Virginia, made the jump from Bandoleros to Late Models a couple seasons ago and has been trying to get a breakthrough
Clay Campbell confirmed the Chevrolet “SPEC” motor will not be approved in the rules for the 2017 ValleyStar Credit Union 300 in an interview with Race22.com on Saturday night. The motor, which was not approved by NASCAR in the 2017 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series rulebook, has been the source of controversy for much of the
A pair of former NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national champions, Peyton Sellers and Philip Morris ,appear to be early favorites in Saturday night’s Hampton Heat 200, the marquee event of the season at the recently re-opened Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway in Virginia. However, a contingent of local drivers look to stand in their way.
When Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway’s newest owner Bill Mullis announced his plans to reopen the legendary race track’s gates on April 1st, it would not only mean the track would be open once again, but it would also mean the track’s annual Hampton Heat 200 would return in July. The return of the centerpiece race at the Northern Virginia race track makes one man happy.
Greg Edwards, a stalwart at Langley, has called Langley his hometown track for nearly 30 years. He’s amassed over 100 wins total! He’s won almost all of the longer distance races that’s been held at Langley over the years, but there’s one that’s always slipped through his fingers it is the Hampton Heat 200.