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Donnie Chappell dominates the Late Model field at the "Worlds Fastest Half Mile"

(8-19-17) Barberville, FL – After another rain out on the 2017 Racing Season, Volusia Speedway Park finally was able to get a full night of racing action completed in nearly a month. The weather on Saturday was beautiful and the racing action on the track was exciting as ever as the Advanced Medical Labs Late Models duked it out for $2,000 to win a bragging rights as the summer months heat up.

First up on the night went to the Mercedes Benz Vans Born to Run Hobby stocks as Tuck Trentham and Paul Snyder were scheduled to start on the front row. Snyder was unable to make the call which moved Trevor Gamble to the front row along side of Trentham. When the green flag dropped it was Trentham getting the early jump over the field with Gamble falling into the second spot. Dennis Williams would make the biggest move getting into the third spot moving Landon Lungren back to the fourth spot. As the race wore on the best battle on the track was for the race lead as Gamble would stalk the #25 of Trentham. Gamble would ultimately put the move on Trentham on the low side and set sail winning his second feature of 2017. Trentham, making his first start in nearly ten years, came home second, followed by Williams, David Barwick, and Robert Sirmons.

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Volusia Speedway Park Announces Schedule & Purse Changes and Eagle Jet Sprint Make up!

(8-14-17) Barberville, FL – Volusia Speedway Park officials have reached an agreement with the Eagle Jet Top Gun Sprint Car Series to make up this past weekends rain out later in the 2017 racing season. VSP officials have also adjusted the 2017 racing schedule with an added racing date, purse changes, and the make up feature for the Thunderstock rain out on 8-5-17.

The biggest change on the schedule will come on October 14th. Originally the track was to be idle, but now the "World's Fastest Half Mile" will have racing action as the Eagle Jet Top Gun Sprint Car Series will be back in town in a second attempt to make up the rain out from this past weekend. Supporting the Winged Sprint Cars will be the Medical Arts Labs Florida Late Models, the Mercedes Benz Vans Born to Run Hobby Stocks, and the All Pro Land Services Thunderstocks.

The next Change to the schedule will come this weekend as the Advanced Medical Lab Late Models will now be running for $2,000 to win. The Late Models will also have a $75 entry fee as well this coming Saturday Night.

The final change to the schedule will be on September 16th when the All Pro Land Services V8 Thunderstocks will attempt to make up their feature which was rained out on 8-5-17. The feature will be run as a part of a double feature night for the Thunderstocks just like the gladiators will be doing this coming weekend. The make-up race will be run first thing and then we will reset the night and run a regular night of racing action with heat races and a feature. September 16th will also serve as the make up series race for the Medical Arts Labs Florida Late Models which was also rained out this past weekend.

We have updated the website with a new schedule and it can be printed off now by clicking the schedule tab! We hope to see you all at the races this coming weekend!

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Mother Nature washes out racing action for 8-12-17 ...

(8-12-17) Barberville, FL – As nearly 20 Eagle Jet Sprint Cars signed into the pit area on Saturday night (8-12-17) a massive thunderstorm hit the track around 6:30pm just as the pit window was about to close forcing the cancellation of racing action.

This was the second attempt to get the Eagle Jet Top Gun Sprint Car Series stop in at the "World's Fastest Half Mile" as racing action was canceled the last time the touring series made its stop at the speedway.

Currently VSP officials and Eagle Jet staff are in talks about another possible make up date. The other racing action on the night supporting the sprint cars will not be re scheduled.

As for our fans which came on Saturday and purchased wrist bands, those bands will be good for the next three weeks.

Racing action for next week will include the Advanced Medical Labs Late Models along with the Mercedes Benz Vans Born to Run Hobby Stocks, All Pro Land Services V8 Thunderstocks, Allen Tractor Mini Stocks, and the Triple D Gladiators. The Gladiators will also be running Double Features as the make up for 8-5-17 Washed out series event will be made up then. Only the cars which were in attendance may start the event.

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Burrows and Ashford claim VSP wins before the rain washed out the evening.

(8-5-17) Barberville, FL – After a rare off week where racing action was put aside at Volusia Speedway Park for local racers to adventure to either the Annual Summer Slam at North Florida Speedway or the 1st Annual Borderline Brawl at South Georiga Motor Speedway, action resumed on Saturday Night at the "World's Fastest Half Mile"

Four classes made the lineup for August 5th which included the Daytona Sportwear Modifieds, Mercedes Benz Vans Born to Run Hobby Stocks, All Pro Land Services V8 Thunderstocks, and the Youngs Enterprieses Gladiator Challenge Series which paid $300 to win.

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Wild night leads to Keith Nosbisch taking home his first VSP win of 2017!

(7-24-17) Barberville, FL –Mother nature tired everything she could to rain on Volsuias Speedway Park's racing night, but track officials prevailed and the race fans stuck it out to see a wild night of racing on Saturday. When the mud finally settled into the wee hours of the morning, it was a veteran taking home the win in the big race, with a few first time winners as well.

First up on the racing program saw the Mercedes Benz Vans Born to Run Hobby Stocks take the green flag with David McCormack and Jonathan Croson paced the field. As the two raced into turn one it was McCormack jumping out to the early lead with Donnie Ashford in tow.

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Dustin Turnage Jr. goes two for two and takes home the Iron Man Series Win, Gustafson takes first win!

(7-15-17) Barberville, FL – With the racing season offically at the half way point, Volusia Speedway Park was back in action Saturday night with the Allen Plumbing Iron Man Series taking center stage running the third race in the six part mini series. Entering the event saw David Showers Jr. on top of the points with Shaun Daugharty just eight markers out of the top spot. XX V8 Thunderstocks checked into the pits along with a total car count of XX over five classes took to the "Worlds Fastest Half Mile" with more great racing action.

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Jason Fitzgerald finally take home his first career Powell Memorial in grand fashion!

(7-8-17) Barberville, FL – Volusia Speedway Park hosted one of the longest standing Late Model Races in the state of Florida on Saturday night, the (22nd) Annual Powell Family Memorial which would pay the winner $5,000 and bragging rights for the entire year. Latst year it was Mark Whitener taking home the checkered flag as he won his third in a row and on Saturday night he was looking for his fourth straight.

Racing action started roughly 20 minutes behind schedule as a heavy shower moved thru the half mile in Barbeville, FL early in the day, but it would make for some of the best racing action we have seen in the 2017 season.

Full Recap to come Monday!

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Jamie Carter puts on a clinic as Ashford, Kay Jr., and Windham all take home checkered flags!

(7-2-17) Barberville, FL – Volusia Speedway Park hosted a July 4th Special event this past Sunday with four racing classes in action which included the Daytona Sportswear Modifieds racing for $2500 to win. The night saw 99 cars sign into the pits which was a record for the 2017 season with just four classes. Mother Nature was also in attendance, but gave the track a break after an extended lightning delay and a few rain showers.

The night kicked off with the Mercedes Benz Vans Born to Run Hobby Stocks with Donnie Ashford and Jason Garver taking the green flag. As the two raced into turn one it was Ashford using the low line to take the lead moving Garver into the runner up spot. Garver would settle in the runner up spot with Kyle Living Good moving into the third spot with new comer Chris Keller in fourth.

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Volusia Speedway Park comes to life for Sunday Special. Partners with local hotel to benifit fans!

(6-29-17) Barberville, FL – Volusia Speedway Park will come to life once again this weekend, but with a special date, Sunday July 2nd. The "World's Fastest Half Mile" which normally runs on Saturday evennings will be hosting a special night of racing on Sunday with four action packed classes along with on of the overall highest purse events of 2017.

Racing action will be headlined by the Daytona Sportswear Modifieds and $2,500 going home to the winner. The Mercedes Benz Vans Born to Run Hobby Stocks will be racing for $2,000 to win and will also be allowing the NeSmith Hobby Stock Rules to improve the car count and racing action (Must comply with VSP weight rule).

Sunday night will also serve as the annual Dennis North Memorial race for the All Pro Land Services V8 Thunderstocks. The event will pay tribute to the late Dennis North and pays $1,888 to the winner. The race will also have some entertainment as Donald McCormick has challenged Dennis' son, Cole, to a bycyle race around the half mile. If Cole wins he will get a $100 bill from Donald, but if Cole loses, he has to wash the McCormick racing stable cars after the feature.

The fourth class of racing goes to the Youngs Enterprises Gladiator Challenge Series as they will be running for $500 to win as the series reaches the midway point of the season. Rusty Young continues to lead the mini series with William Hindman on his heels for the points lead. Since the race is being held on Sunday, we expect a high car count on Saturday and exciting racing action as well.

Volusia Speedway Park has also partnered with Astor Bridge Hotel for the special night of racing. We know we have a lot of race fans who are in town and might need lodging, so if your attending on Sunday, Astor Bridge Hotel is offering a 10% discount on room bookings. If you are interested you can CLICK HERE to reserve your room today!

Finally Sunday night will be DOLLAR DOG NIGHT along with FIREWORKS at intermission! Track management has decided to give back to our fans and go back to our grass routes in the concession stands offering ONE DOLLAR HOT DOGS (While supplies last) and FIREWORKS on Sunday night only!

So make sure you clear your schedule and come out to the "World's Fastest Half Mile"!

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Donnie Ashford dominates for Dirts 4 Racing Hobby Stock Victory as VSP beats the rain!

(6-24-17) Barberville, FL – It was a hot and very muggy night at the "World's Fastest Half Mile" on Saturday night as the track came to life with five divisions of racing action taking center stage. Leading the night went to the Dirts 4 Racing Hobby Stocks presented by Mercedes Benz Vans Born to Run with $750 on the line. Also running on Saturday night were the Daytona Sportswear Modifieds, All Pro Land Services V8 Thunderstocks, Allen Tractor Services Mini Stocks, and the Triple D Gladiators.

First up on the race docket went to the Dirts 4 Racing Hobby Stocks as it was Trevor Gamble and Jonathan Croson leading the field to the green flag. Gamble would get the early advantage as Croson would ...

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Turnage Jr. holds off Showers Jr. to take home Iron Man Series win. Taylor, Windham, and Kerr all win!

(6-10-17) Barberville, FL – After a weekend off and a rain out last weekend, Volusia Speedway Park rolled the dice this past weekend to get a night of racing in over Mother Nature. The forecast was not good, the rain was in the area, but the game worked as the "World's Fastest Half Mile" came back to life once again with action across four divisions as nearly 80 cars signed into the pits. Headlining the night went to the Allen Plumbing Ironman Series presented by All Pro Land Services as they V8 thunderstocks ran for $1,000 to win and more bragging rights as the season nears the half way point.

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Volusia Speedway Park postpones the 22nd Annual Powell Memorial after heavy rains and weather forecast.

(6-3-17) Barberville, FL –Last night heavy rains fell over the "Worlds Fastest Half Mile" causing the cancellation of practice. The rain went deep into the night and caused heavy flooding of the track.

Track crews attempted this morning to get equipment on and the track is still very saturated and not drying currently. The weather forecast in the state of Florida also does not look very promising right around when teams would be checking into the infield. With that being said and the distance teams are traveling for this special event management has decided to postpone racing action this evening.

We are working on a make up date and ask for our race fans to stay tuned as we work on moving this long standing event to a later date in 2017!

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Scotty Kay Jr. wins the 3rd annual Iron Man 100 after heartbreak for Showers Sr. coming to the white flag!

(5-20-17) Barberville, FL – Night two of the Iron Man 100 Weekend took place on Saturday night as the weather was beautiful for racing and a $10,000 winner. Running in support with the Iron Man 100 on Saturday included the Mercedes Benz Vans Born to Run Hobby Stocks with $1,500 on the line along with the Allen Tractor Services Mini Stocks and Triple D Equipment Gladiators.

Full Recap to come Monday

Please note we are closed next weekend, May 27th for the holiday, but will be back in action for the 22nd Annual Powell Family Memorial June 3rd with the Late Model event paying $5,000 to the winner. We will also have an open practice for that event on June 2nd from 6:30pm to 9:30pm.

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Kyle Bronson sets fast time for the Iron Man 100. Whitener, Bronson, and Morgan all take wins!

(5-19-17) Barberville, FL – After the rain out last weekend Volusia Speedway Park was back in action this time on Friday for the opening night of the Iron Man Weekend which paid $10,000 to the winner of the 100 lap main event for the Thunderstocks on Saturday Night. Friday night, however, would serve as Qualifying for the Thunderstocks as well as heat races. In addition to the Thunderstocks, a full race program was on top for the Medical Arts Labs Florida Late Models, Daytona Sportswear Modifieds, and Mercedes Benz Vans Born to Run Hobby Stocks which would be paying $750 to win.

With night one complete we hope to see everyone tomorrow night for the conclusion of the Iron Man 100 Weekend as we will crown the 3rd $10,000 winner in the Allen Plumbing Iron Man 100.

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Volusia Speedway Park is forced to cancel racing action for 5-13-17

(5-13-17) Barberville, FL – After have a successful practice night on 5-12-17, Mother Nature has won the racing action for the first time in 2017 as track officials have decided to cancel the racing action for 5-13-17.

We understand the Eagle Jet Top Gun Sprint Car Series was slated to run this weekend and it was the second of only three stop on the schedule. Volusia Speedway park will attempt to coordinate a rain date so please stay tuned to the web and Facebook for an announcement.

The All Pro Land Services V8 Thunderstock race will not be made up, however, management is looking into making up the Mini Stock special event which would pay $500 to the winner and the Gladiator Challenge Series Race #2 which pays $300 to the winner.

Please make sure you stay tuned to Facebook as well as the website for further information as it is released!

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Richard Ferry wins a wild one in the Florida Late Models as Daugharty, Christian, and Childers take wins!

(5-6-17) Barberville, FL – The sun was out and the temperatures even cooled down some in Florida as the "World's Fastest Half Mile" came back to life once again on Saturday Night. Much needed rains fell on the racing surface Thursday evening into Friday morning, but mother nature cleared way for Saturday with racing action across four divisions including the Medical Arts Labs Florida Late Models who were running for $1,000 to win!.

Taking the first green flag of the night went to the Mercedes Benz Vans Born to Run Hobby Stocks as Jonathan Croson and Bubba Christian led the field to the green flag

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Showers Jr. wins the first Iron Man Race of the year, Clem takes home the Florida Late Model Win!

(4-29-17) Barberville, FL – It was another beautiful night of racing action at the "World's Fastest Half Mile" on Saturday night as four divisions of racing took center stage with the Allen Plumbing Iron Man Series Race #1 headlining the night for the V8 Thunderstocks. Also in action supporting the six race mini series were the Medical Arts Labs Florida Late Models, Mercedes Benz Vans Born to Run Hobby Stocks, and the Allen Tractor Services Mini Stocks.

First up on the night went to the Allen Tractor Services Mini Stocks as William Hampton and Jake Hampton led the field to green. Jake would get the jump over William and go on to lead the first several laps of the feature event. The man on the move, however, was Brad Fender as he would use the high line to go from fourth to second and set his sights on Jake Hampton for the lead. The two would battle side by side for three laps before Fender would finally get a good run on the high side and take the lead. From that point on it was all Fender even as a late race caution would come out, no one could touch Fender as he would win his third feature in a row for the 2017 season. Michael Ridgeway Jr. came in second followed by Jake Hampton, Chris Thomas and Rich Thomas.

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Dylan Browning picks up win #1 as Ashford takes home the Cash in the Hobby Stocks!

(4-22-17) Barberville, FL – Volusia Speedway Park had over 64 cars enter in the pits on Saturday night as the Daytona Sportswear Modifieds took center stage along with the Mercedes Benz Vans Born to Run Hobby Stocks who were running for $1,000 to win.

First up on the night found the Allen Tractor Services Mini Stocks taking the green flag as Michael Ridgeway Jr. and Brad Fender led the field to the green flag. As the two entered turn one it was Fender using the high line to take the lead with Ridgeway settling into the runner up spot. As the race wore on Fender would show his muscle opening up nearly a half track lead over the field at one point during the race. Ridgeway would experience mechanical issues around the half way point leaving the race for Fender to win. With just three laps to go, however, Fender would blow a radiator and experience mechanical issues of his own. Fender would roll the dice and stay on the track as he had nearly lapped the field and coasted home to his second win in a row. Chris Thomas would finish second followed by Rich Thomas in third.

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Chappell dominates for win in new car as Young takes home first race in Challenge Series!

(4-15-17) Barberville, FL – Volusia Speedway Park was in action again this past Saturday night as 76 cars across just four divisions checked into the speedway for another night of action packed racing. Leading the event would be the Advanced Medical Labs Late Models along with the Medical Arts Labs Florida Late Models and All Pro Land Services V8 Thunderstocks. The second headline event for the evening also went to the Triple D Equipment Gladiators as they were running race #1 in the Youngs Enterprises Gladiator Challenge Series paying $400 to win. The series consists of 8 race with the final race paying $1,000 to win.

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Larry Burkins continues to impress as Tovet, Daugharty, Fender and Young all take home wins!

(4-10-17) Barberville, FL – Volusia Speedway Park hosted another stellar night of racing this past Saturday night as five classes took the green flag on the "World's Fastest Half Mile". With the temperatures in the lower 70's to start and mid 60's to finish, fans and drivers alike enjoyed some of the best racing in the state of Florida.

First up on the night saw the Daytona Sportswear Modifieds take the green flag as it was Dylan Browning leading the field to the green flag for the races first several laps. Track Champion Garret Stewart would flex his muscle in the races opening few laps moving up into the runner up spot as just before the five lap mark from his fifth place starting spot. On lap four however, Stewart would get into the back of Browning heading into turn one causing the #67 of Stewart to spin around. Browning would continue on, but the hit was just right for Stewart knocking the tow out of his machine forcing him to retire for the evening.

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David Whitener takes home the Florida Late Model Feature with close racing all night long!

(4-1-17) Barberville, FL – Volusia Speedway Park has been putting on a great show for the fans the past few weeks and with the points race officially starting on Saturday night, the drivers didnt dissappoint as no one dominated any particular race with three and sometimes even four wide racing taking center stage at the "Worlds Fastest Half Mile"!

First up saw the Mercedes Benz Vans Born to Run Hobby Stocks take the green flag as it was Brandon Elwood and Joshua Kunstbeck taking the green flag. Elwood would take the initial lead over Kunstbeck as fourth place Jonathan Croson worked his way on the high line into the third spot.

 

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VSP Makes rules adjustment to Hobby Stock Division
(3-28-17) Barberville, FL – Volusia Speedway Park management will be making a rules change regarding weight in the Hobby Stock Division for the upcoming April 1st race and will be in effect for the entire 2017 Racing season as well.
The change comes in an effort to equalize different engine and transmission packages to keep the racing competitive in the division.
Below are the changes and the rule book has been updated. Please note, as with any change in the rule book, make sure the top says REVISED ON 3-28-17 to ensure you are looking at the right book. If the book does not say this, please hit refresh in your browser and the appropriate one will be available.

Rules change
50lb reduction on crate engines with bert tranny
50lb weight reduction for 2bbl cars using bert tranny
50lbs for the 4 bbl option. 

New Weight at scales
3100for crate with bert
3200 for 2bbl with bert
3200 for 4bbl with conventional tranny

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Mark Ruel Jr. takes home the Eagle Jet Sprint Car Feature as Haslauer wins a wild one in the Thunderstocks!

(3-25-17) Barberville, FL - Volusia Speedway Park was back in action on Saturday night as the second race of the 2017 season saw the Eagle Jet Top Gun Sprint Cars take center stage along with the Hobby Stocks, Thunderstocks, and Mini Stocks. The Sprint Cars were making their first of three trips to the "Worlds Fastest Half Mile" and it was on a wild night of racing to say the least.

The First feature of the night saw the Hobby Stocks take the green flag as it was Alan Peacock on the pole along side Donnie Ashford, who was last weeks feature winner. When the green fell Ashford would use the outside line to get the early lead as Peacock would fall into second.

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Volusia Speedway Park Facebook page set to move in the coming weeks

(3-23-17) Barberville, FL – Volusia Speedway Park Management would like to make the formal announcement of a social media change. In the next two weeks VSP Racing, LLC Facebook will be shut down as we have been asked by DIRTcar Racing to head the Volusia Speedway Park main page instead. The change will be for the best for our fans and drivers as the DIRTcar Racing page has over 12,000 followers and will grow the marketing of Volusia Speedway Park during the regular season. We will also be able to eliminate other pages that have been created in the past as well.

We know there will be some struggle to change pages, but we encourage everyone to please go to https://www.facebook.com/volusiaspeedway/ and like the new Facebook page. Many of our fans and followers already like the main page and will not have an issue following, but some are not. We ask that our race fans please share this post on all message boards racing related to help spread the word that we are moving to a new and upgraded location!

To help with the transition, both pages will be updated simultaneously for the next two weeks, but after April 5th VSP Racing, LLC Facebook will shut down and https://www.facebook.com/volusiaspeedway/ will become the official Social Media home of Volusia Speedway Park!

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Volusia Speedway Park opener goes to Whitener, Burkins, Ashford, Burkins, and Young!

(3-20-17) Barberville, FLVolusia Speedway Park kicked off their season opener for the 2017 Racing Season this past Saturday Night. 73 cars checked into the pits across five divisions of racing which featured the headline event for the Late Models with $2,000 on the line going home to the feature winner.

The first feature of the night went to Larry Burkins in his Elite Chassis, Burkins Chevrolet sponsored #54. Burkins, who finished third in the final points last season, dominated the feature once he got in the lead winning by nearly 2.5 seconds over runner up and 2016 champion Garett Stewart.

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Volusia Speedway Park Makes rule changes in Gladiator Division for the 2017 Race Season.

March, 3rd 2017 (Barberville, FL) – After weeks of deliberating and discussion, Volusia Speedway Park Officials have made the decision to make three rules changes to the 2017 racing season in the gladiator division. Please note, there have been numerous rumors about these changes, the following is the official statement on such changes.

Rule Change 1: Race teams which have 6 cylinder engine car may run at VSP for the 2017 Racing season. If you choose to run a car with a 6 cylinder engine, nothing larger than 3.0 liter will be allowed. 3.1 or higher are ILLEGAL. We also have noted in our rule book this will be the final year 6 cylinder cars. After the 2017 racing season 6 cylinders will no longer be able to run with the gladiators as the division is going back to an all 4cyl. Class. We made an exception for this year since many teams had built cars, let this be your notice on the changes for the 2018 season. We will also remind everyone throughout the beginning of the year.

Rule Change 2: After discussion for several weeks with Aero Racing Wheels, we have decided to allow Race Wheels in the Gladiator division. If you choose to run racing wheels, you will only be allowed to run the following Part # from Aero Racing Wheels:
Aero 44-164055 14” x 6” steel wheel 4 on 100mm or Aero 44-165055 14” x 6” steel wheel 5 on 100mm
Please note this is the only racing wheel you are allowed to run. This type has an offset that of a factory steel wheel. THIS RULE WILL BE ENFORCED.

Rule Change 3: To be fair to all of our competitors and the rising cost of actually building a racecar, the claimer for this division has been increased to $1500. Please note the only change to the claimer rule is the amount to claim. Refer to your rule book on how to claim a car.

Please note these rules have been added to the rule book and can be found online at www.vspracing.com by clicking the rules page and selecting the gladiator division. All changes are marked in RED and UNDERLINED for your convenience.

Good luck to all of the teams this year and we will see you on the 18th for opening night!

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Hearn Double Dips at DIRTcar Nationals ... Don O'Neal wins first career WoO race as Clanton wins Title!

BARBERVILLE, F.L - Feb. 26, 2017 – Brett ‘The Jet’ Hearn picked up his tenth DIRTcar Nationals victory with the Super DIRTcar Series at Volusia Speedway Park on Saturday night. The veteran driver from Sussex, N.J. took the lead from the start and never looked back to take the $5,000 payday in the 40-lap finale, also staking claim to the DIRTcar Nationals championship.

“The guys at the Madsen Overhead Door shop are going to have to build a bigger shelf,” Hearn said in Victory Lane. “It was a super, awesome team effort. We came down here and fine tuned on this thing, it’s a brand new car.”

Young gun Max McLaughlin of Mooresville, N.C. and the veteran Hearn started on the front row following a pre-race redraw.

On lap one, Hearn drove to the outside into turn three and claimed the top spot from McLaughlin coming out of turn four, setting sail with the early lead.

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DIRTcar Nationals Thursday Program Cancelled Due to Persistent Rain in Area

Event will resume Friday as regularly scheduled with the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series and the Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds

BARBERVILLE, Fla. - February 23, 2017 - Night 10 of DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park has been cancelled due to an extended heavy rain storm that hit the area on Wednesday and Thursday and a forecast of continued rain well into the day.

DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park will resume on Friday, Fyyeb. 24, with the pit gates opening at 1:00pm, grandstands opening at 5:00pm. Hot laps for the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series will kick off on-track activities at 6:00pm.

Fans that have purchased tickets in advance can use Thursday night's tickets as a credit toward one of the final two nights of DIRTcar Nationals. The ticket window at Volusia Speedway Park will be closed on Thursday and will reopen early at 3:00pm on Friday to assist those customers with Wednesday and Thursday tickets.

For more information about DIRTcar Nationals visit www.DIRTcarNationals.com or call 844-DIRT-TIX. Follow DIRTcar Nationals on social media: @DIRTcarNats on Twitter and Facebook.com/DIRTcar.

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DIRTcar Nationals Wednesday Program Cancelled Due to Heavy Rain

BARBERVILLE, FL – February 22, 2017Event will resume Thursday as regularly scheduled with the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series and the Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds

Night nine of DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park has been cancelled due to a heavy rain storm that hit the area on Wednesday morning and a forecast of continued rain throughout the day.


DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park will resume on Thursday, Feb. 23, with the pit gates opening at 1:00pm, grandstands opening at 5:00pm. Hot laps for the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series will kick off on-track activities at 6:00pm.
Fans that have purchased tickets in advance can use Wednesday night's tickets as a credit toward one of the final three nights of DIRTcar Nationals. The ticket window at Volusia Speedway Park will be closed on Wednesday and will reopen at 4:30pm on Thursday.

Three-day pit pass wristbands, valid for Feb. 20-22 events, will receive a one-day refund.


Wristbands should be mailed to the World Racing Group at 7575 W Winds Blvd NW Suite D, Concord, NC 28027 after the event; refunds will not be issued at the track.


For more information about DIRTcar Nationals visit www.DIRTcarNationals.com or call 844-DIRT-TIX. Follow DIRTcar Nationals on social media: @DIRTcarNats on Twitter and Facebook.com/DIRTcar.

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Hoffamn takes the championship ... Madden earns his first Gator!

BARBERVILLE, FL – February 21, 2017 –Nick Hoffman wrestled the lead from Jacob Hawkins on lap 24 after a multi-lap side-by-side battle and paced the final six laps to win the $5,000 UMP Modified Gator Championship on night seven of the 46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park on Monday night. The victory was the third Gator Championship triumph of Hoffman’s career and his fourth in six starts this week.

Hoffman’s teammate, Will Krup of Mount Carmel, Ill., took the lead from polesitter Taylor Cook of Stanley, NC on the opening lap of the 30-lap Feature. Fifth-starting Hawkins of Fairmont, WV quickly drove to second on lap four and then took the lead from Krup while racing against the cushion in the outside lane.

Hoffman was able to get to the back bumper of Hawkins’ No.13 on a pair of restarts at laps 12 and 16. Hawkins used the momentum of the outside lane to his advantage though and maintained the lead while Hoffman kept pace on the inside line.

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Announcement from DIRTcar Racing from Sunday night ....

BARBERVILLE, FL – February 18, 2017 –Jason Johnson made a grand entrance into 2017 Friday night, winning the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series opener at the 46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals. Johnson, whose 2016 season was highlighted by a Knoxville Nationals victory, took home his first Gator and a $10,000 purse.

“Yeah, 365 days later we start the season off in the best case scenario,” said Johnson, rehashing on his team’s troubles last season. “It’s a long season, and you need to condition for it. My little [Jaxx] on FaceTime over there… he and my wife mean the world to me, and I wish he could be here for the win. [The win] is huge for our operation, for our team, for the people working on this team and for my self-confidence.”

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Jason Johnson takes flight and wins the WoO opener! Nick Hoffman doubles up in Mods!

BARBERVILLE, FL – February 18, 2017 –Jason Johnson made a grand entrance into 2017 Friday night, winning the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series opener at the 46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals. Johnson, whose 2016 season was highlighted by a Knoxville Nationals victory, took home his first Gator and a $10,000 purse.

“Yeah, 365 days later we start the season off in the best case scenario,” said Johnson, rehashing on his team’s troubles last season. “It’s a long season, and you need to condition for it. My little [Jaxx] on FaceTime over there… he and my wife mean the world to me, and I wish he could be here for the win. [The win] is huge for our operation, for our team, for the people working on this team and for my self-confidence.”

For Johnson’s four World of Outlaws wins last season, Johnson brought his son up on stage to wave their index finger in the air symbolizing “No.1.” This time Johnson scaled the wing of his No. 41 Priority Aviation Services, LLC/ Mesilla Valley Transportation Maxim car solo, but dropped back down to high-fives and hugs from his crew. Johnson, who was involved in a horrific wreck earlier in the week, opted to withdraw from the All-Star Circuit of Champions finale Thursday night.  But one day later, consistently bested 35 other cars on sprint car racing’s biggest stage.

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Ruhlman Rallies for Second Career Gator Win. Gravel takes All Star Win!

BARBERVILLE, FL – February 17, 2017 – Brian Ruhlman devised a perfect plot and forced Ken Schrader from his preferred line as he engineered a pass in the outside groove with two laps to go for his first win of the 46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park on Thursday night.

After passing Schrader, the Clarklake, Mich. driver took the checkered flag by over two seconds for his second career Volusia win, extending his point lead in the week long chase for a Big Gator trophy.

Ruhlman started fourth in the 20-lap main event and ran second to the polesitter Schrader until he took advantage of a lap 17 restart. Ruhlman showed the nose of his No.49 to the inside of Schrader’s No.9 several times before the final restart on lap 17, which he revealed was a setup move to make the winning pass.

“Kenny’s a smart racer and he’s one of my heroes,” Ruhlman said in Victory Lane. “He was in the rubber and I had to get him out of the rubber to where I could pass him. I kept showing him the nose on the bottom so he would move down to the bottom, then I could roll the top [lane]. To say I shnookered Kenny Schrader is pretty cool.”

Schrader, a Fenton, Mo. native, earned his first top-five finish of the week, outdueling Tuesday night winner and second-place starter Jacob Hawkins of Fairmont, WV in the process. Schrader shook off Ruhlman’s initial challenge, but knew he couldn’t hold him off until the checkered flag. CLICK HERE for full story

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Nick Hoffman is perfect on night two as Schatz wins over hard charging Kyle Larson!

BARBERVILLE, FL – February 15, 2017 – Nick Hoffman led every lap he raced en route to his first win of the 46th Annual DIRTcar Nationals in DIRTcar UMP Modified action at Volusia Speedway Park on Wednesday night. The Mooresville, N.C. driver paced all 20 laps of the main event to earn his eighth career Volusia victory.

“This will just add to my pond. I have eight of them now,” Hoffman said in Victory Lane as he received his Gator trophy. “Nothing went wrong tonight. Last night was kind of a struggle, but it was awesome tonight. I knew the racetrack was going to be in my favor tonight. I just tried to hug the infield wall and make laps as smooth as I could.”

Hoffman was flawless in the bottom groove and proved too strong even for the field of talented veterans. He held off Arnold, Mo. driver Kenny Wallace in the opening laps and David Stremme of South Bend, Ind. following the final restart of the night on lap 17.

“I knew a couple of those guys would try the top, but most of the time here you’re married to the bottom,” Hoffman said. “I knew if I hit my marks those last two laps it was going to be hard to get around me.”

Stremme was happy to earn a podium finish after starting seventh and recording a sixth-place result on Tuesday night. However, the driver of the No.35 was adamant his team can still find more speed.

“We were just a little bit off last night and we’re just going to keep working on some stuff,” Stremme said. “Hats off to Nick. He was the best car last night and tonight. We’ll keep digging. There are a lot of great cars here. We had to pass a lot to get up here.”

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Hawkins soars to DIRTcar Nationals opening night victory!

BARBERVILLE, FL – February 15, 2017 – Jacob Hawkins of Fairmont, WV led all 20 laps of the DIRTcar UMP Modified feature to earn his first career Gator trophy and win at Volusia Speedway Park on night one of the DIRTcar Nationals.

Hawkins led the opening lap after starting on the outside of the front row and held off Clarklake, MI-native Brian Ruhlman over the final 10 laps to earn his spot in Victory Lane. Hawkins attributed his success to car owner Junior Nolan who has accompanied him there to Florida Florida in search of a Gator over the last 12 years.

“It hasn’t been from lack of effort,” said Hawkins. “Junior’s given me good equipment every time. It takes a lot of luck down here. There’s so many good cars, you get to run with guys like Ken Schrader, Kenny Wallace and the top talent in the Modifieds. It’s a great feeling [to win],”

Hawkins said. Hawkins overcame a lap 12 restart but had to deal with Ruhlman until the final corner. Ruhlman had the advantage in turn two, but Hawkins had an answer for the driver of the No.49 off turn four.

“I had something for him down in [turn] one and two, but I couldn’t figure out what to do with them down [in three and four]. I was hoping I could make him make a mistake, but I think he knows I’ll always leave him a lane,”Ruhlman said following his runner-up finish.

Arnold, MO driver Kenny Wallace raced his way to a podium finish after starting ninth and was content to finish third behind Hawkins and Ruhlman, he said.

“It was a great job by my team. This is a brand new car. We just unloaded it today,” Wallace said. “We learned some adjustments to make tonight, but when you have Jacob Hawkins and Brian Ruhlman, these are two of the best the United States has to offer. They’re fast.”

Earlier in the night, Ruhlman set fast time in qualifying time trials with a lap of 18.747 seconds around the half-mile Volusia oval. He was also a heat race winner along with Hawkins, Will Krup, Jeff Leka, Ray Bollinger and Scott Kincaid.

Reigning DIRTcar UMP Modified DIRTcar Nationals champion Nick Hoffman raced his way into the 20-lap feature from the first Last Chance Showdown. Contact in Hoffman’s heat race forced him to battle his way in to the show through the back door, but did so in convincing fashion as he advanced from 13th to win. Billy Workman Jr. of Canbury, OH and Kyle Strickler of Mooresville, NC both won Last Chance Showdowns from the pole starting position.

The UMP Modifieds return to action on Wednesday alongside the Arctic Cat All-Star Circuit of Champions for night two of the DIRTcar Nationals.

Story by: Clayton Johns

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Volusia Speedway Park Set to Open Weekly Racing. John Allen takes over as weekly operations promoter for the entire 2017 Racing Season!

(2-7-17) Barberville, FL - VSP Track officials announced plans for the 2016 Championship Banquet to honor its track champions from this past racing season. The event is to be held at the Knights of Columbus (230 E. International Speedway Blvd. Deland, FL 32724) which is also the same location the 2015 banquet was held as well. The event is scheduled to start on March 4th at 7:00pm. All are welcomed to attend and celebrate with our Champions!

Admission for the event will be $25.00 per person and $45.00 per couple. Track Champions will receive free admission at the door. Please send Check or Money Order to VSP Racing 1510 N. Clearview Ave. Deland, FL 32724. Only 120 Tickets are available and no tickets will be sold at the door the day of the event. Deadline to mail in a money order or check for admission is February 25th.

The event will offer free food upon admission, a cash bar, door prizes and give-a-ways donated from various vendors. Champions will be honored after everyone gets a chance to eat and we know everyone is in attendance.

We hope to see everyone on March 4th for a great night before we kick off the 2017 Season!

2016 Track Champions:

Advanced Medical Labs Limited Late Models
1. Travis Staats
2. Kyle Chappell
3. Hamp Conley

Mercedes Benz of Daytona Beach Florida Limited Late Models
1. Paul Shead
2. Michael Ridgeway Jr.
3. Sonny Thompson

Daytona Sportswear Modifieds
1. Garett Stewart
2. Hunter Gustafson
3. Larry Burkins

Allen Plumbing Hobby Stocks
1. Trevor Gamble
2. Donnie Ashford
3. James McCague

Revolution Racing presented by Bozard Ford Thunderstocks
1. David Showers Jr.
2. Alan Peacock
3. Ben Hutto

Gary Yeomans Performance Parts Mini Stocks
1. Dalton Walker
2. Brad Fender
3. Candi Schmitt

Gary Yeomans Performance Parts Gladiators
1. Dustin Carter
2. Jamie Sullivan
3. John Baxter

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Volusia Speedway Park Set to Open Weekly Racing. John Allen takes over as weekly operations promoter for the entire 2017 Racing Season!

(2-3-17) Concord, NC - DIRTcar Racing announced today that John Allen has taken over as the Weekly Operations Promoter at Volusia Speedway Park in advance of the 2017 season. Weekly racing will commence on March 12 and run through the first week of December. 

Allen, a 45-year-old DeLeon Springs, Florida resident, is no stranger to Volusia Speedway Park, having spent many nights at the track with his father, who was a security guard at the track in the 1970s. Over the last three season, Allen had sponsored the track with his successful business, Allen Plumbing.

Allen has many aspirations with the speedway, including rebuilding the track’s prominence in Central Florida and putting fans back in the seats.
The DeLeon Spring speedway is a half-mile, clay oval, often referred to as the “World’s Fastest Half-Mile.”  Though its name, size and style have changed throughout the years, it has consistently operated as a weekly race track.

“For me, the Speedway is my joy – to bring all these drivers and fans together,” said John Allen. “A lot of people come out of the wood-work to help out, which is huge. We try to help out the local community and just bring everyone together. I get joy out of giving people somewhere to go on a Saturday night.”

Volusia Speedway Park hosts the biggest event in DIRTcar racing, the DIRTcar Nationals. This annual race kicks off the 2017 season for the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series, World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series, Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds, DIRTcar Late Models, DIRTcar UMP Modifieds and All Star Circuit.

Weekly racing at the Florida short track will begin soon after DIRTcar Nationals with the All Star National Flat Track Series on March 12. Additionally, the track will host a headline event the following week on March 18 with a $2,000-to-win Late Model race.

Volusia Speedway Park is home to of some of the biggest paydays for short track racing. Two of the largest paydays at the track include the Ironman Weekend on May 19-20 with a $10,000-to-win Thunderstocks Ironman 100, and the Powell Memorial on June 3 with a $5,000-to-win Late Model race.

A Fourth of July celebration will begin on July 2, featuring a number of big dollar races, including $2,500 for the Modifieds, a $2,000-to-win Hobby Stock race, $1,500 to the winner of the Thunderstocks, and $500 for the Gladiators.

The annual Fall Brawl, on Oct. 28, will be the final points race of the season. The 2017 weekly campaign will come to a close on Dec. 2.
For more information about Volusia Speedway Park and to see the full schedule events visit VolusiaSpeedwayPark.com.

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Volusia Speedway Park prepares for the DIRTcar Nationals February 14th thru February 25th!

(1-18-17) Barberville, FL - In less than a month Volusia Speedway Park will be back in action this time with the World of Outlaws and DIRTcar Racing series will be the headliner as the "Worlds Fastest Half Mile" kicks off the 2017 Racing Season!.

From February 14th thru the 25th racing action will pack each evening with Modifieds, Sprint Cars, Late Models, and Big Block Modifieds for the annual season kick off in Florida with drivers from all over the country making the trip south trying to win one of the famous Gator Trophies.

Some of the names you will see this year will include racing legends Brandon Sheppard, Donny Schantz, Brett Hern, and Kenny Wallace just to name a few. Many local racers will also be in attendance including Late Model/Modified ace Kyle Bronson, Mark Whitener, and modified track champion Garet Stewart.

We here at VSP Racing, LLC would like to make sure all of our race fans know we do not run this particular event and this will not be the primary website to look for start times, ticket pricing, camping and other questions. Fans seeking questions of this nature need to go to www.dirtcarnationals.com to get more information. We are going to do our best to keep this website updated with the event schedule & results, but all other questions need to be diverted to the DIRTcar Nationals website.

From everyone here at VSP Racing, LLC we wish all drivers & fans a safe and fun DIRTcar Nationals!

CLICK HERE to go to the DIRTcar Nationals Website!

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Showers Sr. wins the battle, but Showers Jr. wins the war claiming Iron Man Title!

(12-12-16) Barberville, FL - The nice part about racing in Florida is the racing season seems to never end. Volusia Speedway Park opens the gates in February with the DIRTcar Nationals and keeps running until December when the season closes out. With the long grueling regular season, tempers flair up, races are won and lost, and champions are crowned. This past Saturday night VSP wrapped up its regular season in grand style with four wide racing, fireworks, and a new Iron Man.

The night kicked off with the Allen Plumbing Hobby Stocks as Trevor Gamble and Jason Garver led the field to the green flag. Gamble would get the early jump on the outside line and move around Garver for the lead as Mike Tovet, who was driving the CLX Engineering #66a for Donnie Ashford, followed suit moving from fourth to second.

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Showers and Walker cash in big at VSP while Burkins and Hampton finish on high notes!

(12-5-16) Barberville, FL - The word has gotten out about VSP having great racing from start to finish and the purses have been going up with drivers from all of the state taking notice. This past weekend saw 22 Thunderstocks sign in for the $1,200 to win Youngs Enterprises Iron Man event from the V8 Thunderstocks and 25 Yeomans Performance Parts Gladiators sign in for the highest car count since the track began racing regularly four years ago.

First up on the night would be the Daytona Sportswear Modifieds and it was Jim Passino and 2016 Track Champion Garret Stewart on the front row. When the green flag dropped it was Stewart powering by Passino on the outside lane to take the lead as the field exited off turn two. Stewart would then open up a sizeable lead over Passino until the field was slowed by the first caution on lap three for Hunter Gusafson.

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Smith, Tovet, Carter, & Ashford all collect wins at VSP on Thanksgiving Weekend!

(11-26-16) Barberville, FL - One week removed from opening weekend, VSP was back in action Thanksgiving Weekend with racing across four different divisions including the Florida Late Models, Revolution Racing presented by BOZARD Ford Thunderstocks, Yeomans Performance Gladiators, and the Allen Plumbing Hobby Stocks. Racing action started at 7:30pm sharp and the program went flawlessly finishing up in its entirety just before 10:00pm.

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Mark Whitener takes home the win in dramatic style during the re-opening of VSP!

(11-19-16) Barberville, FL - Volusia Speedway Park re-opened the gates this past weekend for a full night of racing action once again at "The World's Fastest Half Mile". The night of racing was headlined by the Advanced Medical Labs Late Models which ran for a $2,000 top prize along with the Allen Plumbing Hobby Stocks, Revolution Racing presented by BOZARD Ford V8 Thunderstocks, and the Yeomans Performance Parts Gladiators.

The main event of the night in the Advanced Medical Labs Late Models saw Ivedent Lloyd Jr. lead the field to green driving the Big Frog Motorsports #58 XR1 Rocket. Lloyd would go on and lead the first several laps, but the man on the move was Mark Whitener in the BOZARD Ford #6w Longhorn machine. Whitener had to start shotgun on the field after his #5 machine experienced mechanical issues which forced him to a Blake Spencer back up machine. Whitener would waste no time getting to the front as he would use the high line to go from the tail of the field to fourth in just three laps. Whitener would then waste no time getting to the point and never looking back just past the races half way point and go onto win the coveted $2,000 top prize. Heat Race winner Bo Allen would cross the line second followed by Donnie Chappell, Russell Brown, and Blake Spencer rounding out the top five.

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Attention Hobby Stock Drivers and Hobby Stock Race Teams!

(11-16-16) Barberville, FL - A new rule package has been released in the state of Florida for the Hobby Stock division for 2017. Although Volusia Speedway has not released the 2017 Track Rules and is currently operating on the 2016 Rules, track officials would like to extend an invitation for any driver and team who has a Hobby Stock built to the 2017 Rule package to run the three events we have remaining in the 2016 season for Hobby Stocks.

VSP would also like remind all teams the Medium Tire will be allowed for both the 2016 VSP Rule Book as well as the 2017 Florida Rule Book to make cometition as fair as possible.

Those events include:
November 19th
November 26th
December 10th
(Not listed: December 3rd - Hobby Stocks are off)

Once again, any Hobby Stock driver and team with a race car built to the new 2017 Rule package which was recently released will be legal for the three remaining Hobby Stock events at Volusia Speedway Park!

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Nov. 26th Iron Man Race has been Rescheduled to Dec. 3rd!

(11-9-16) Barberville, FL - Due to recent scheduling conflicts, VSP Racing, LLC officials have decided to postpone the November 26th Youngs Enterprises Iron Man Race to December 3rd.

VSP Racing, LLC staff would also like to remind our race fans and drivers we will still be racing on the 26th, but instead of the Iron Man Series we will run a regular night for the V8 Thunderstocks which will be sponsored by Revolution Racing presented by BOZARD Ford.

The new updated schedule for 2016 will now be as follows:

November 18th - Open Practice(6:30pm to 9:30pm)

November 19th - Opening Night Featuring - Late Models ($2,000 to Win) / Hobby Stocks / Thunderstocks / Gladiators.

November 26th - Florida Late Models (Ltd. Late Models) / Hobby Stocks / Thunderstocks (Reg. Night) / Gladiators

December 3rd - Youngs Enterprises Iron Man Series Race #5 / Modifieds / Mini Stocks / Gladiators ($300 to win)

December 10th - Youngs Enterprises Iron Man Series Finale / Limited Late Models / Hobby Stocks / Gladiators

We hope to see everyone at the track in just two more weeks as the 2016 race season resumes at "The World's Fastest Half Mile"!

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Schedule for the final three race weekends announced for Volusia Speedway Park!

(11-1-16) Barberville, FL - Race fans and drivers have been anxiously awaiting the remaining schedule for 2016 at Volusia Speedway Park and track management has finally finalized what classes will be run to close out the racing season.

On November 26th VSP will welcome back the Young's Enterprises Iron Man Series for the V8 Thunderstocks which will pay $1,200 to the winner. Also note that we will be qualifying the Thunderstocks (Iron Man Series) on this special night as well. Supporting the Iron Man Series will be will be the Florida Late Model Series (Ltd. Late Models), Hobby Stocks, and the Gladiators.

December 3rd will consists of Modifieds, Thunderstocks, Mini Stocks, and the Gladiators. The Gladiators will have center stage honors as they will be running for $300 to win track officials announced today.

The final date of 2016, December 10th, we will have the Youngs Enterprises Iron Man Series wrap up its mini series paying $1,200 to the winner with support from the Limited Late Models, Hobby Stocks, and Gladiators. Once again the Thunderstocks (Iron Man Series) will be qualifying on this night.

Start times have not changed, so racing will begin at 7:30pm sharp. Ticket prices for the remaining events will be announced very soon so please check back often as we finalize those details.

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Updates continue to be made on the VSPRacing.com Web and Social Media Accounts

(10-25-16) Barberville, FL - Since the announcement of the re-opening of Volusia Speedway under a new promoter, track staff have been working hard not only on the racing surface, but also to get the website up to date, social media accounts launched, as well as the most important item, the 2016 schedule released.

As of right now the website is nearly complete and you can browse around from page to page to get information including write ups on our new Champions page for our track champions. We still have not received word on a date to honor VSP track champions, but when we hear something will post on the web as well as Social Media outlets for everyone to know.

Over the weekend it was announced that Late Models will be running for $2,000 to win on Saturday, November 19th. We have also released the other dates we will be running in 2016 which are November 26th, December 3rd, and December 10th. The classes which we are running are to be announced in the next few days, but the Iron Man events will be on the schedule on two of the remaining three dates.

As we continue to sort things out, please make sure to visit www.VSPRacing.com and Facebook for updates regarding the rest of 2016 and we hope to see everyone at the track in just a few short weeks!

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Weekly racing resumes at Volusia Speedway Park!

(10-20-16) Barberville, FL - Volusia Speedway Park will be resuming weekly racing in 2016. VSP Racing, LLC and World Racing Group announced today an agreement to complete the 2016 weekly racing season. Racing action is scheduled to resume Friday, November 18th with an open practice for all divisions, and a full racing program on Saturday, November 19th that will include Late Models, Hobby Stocks, Thunderstocks, and Gladiators.

VSP Racing, LLC is owned by John Allen of De Leon Springs, FL. Allen has been a sponsor at the track for the past three years and is thrilled at the new opportunity. “Everyone at VSP Racing, LLC cannot thank the fans and competitors of Volusia for their support and encouragement to finish out the 2016 racing season,” said Allen. “We also cannot thank Gary Risch and Tom Deery from World Racing Group enough for this opportunity, because the deal was done on such short notice to bring the track back to life.”
Other racing action for 2016 will include racing dates on November 26th, December 3rd, and December 10th, which would conclude the 2016 racing action.

With the track re-opening in November, VSP Racing, LLC points for all racing divisions are now final per the old schedule (final points race was October 29th). The Youngs Enterprises Iron Man Series will still run the remaining two events, and details for those events will be announced in the near future as well.

The track is owned by World Racing Group, who takes over operations annually in January and February for the DIRTcar Nationals; February 14 to 25, 2017, which includes racing action from DIRTcar Racing, the Super DIRTcar Series, the Artic Cat All Stars, the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series, and the World of Outlaw Craftsman Late Model Series.

 

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