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HMS will have a off this weekend May 20th , but will  resume racing May 27th .

On Saturday Night May 27th, Hickory Motor Speedway brings you Woodforest Bank Night at the Races featuring Twin 40 lappers for the NASCAR Whelen All American Series Bojangles Late Models, Round Five of the Paramount Kia “Big 10” Racing Challenge with 50 laps for the Paramount Auto Group Limited Late Models, 35 Laps for the One Designs Super Trucks, 30 Laps for the Cosmo Motors Street Stock, and 25 laps for the Classic Sportsman Racing Series.
Gates will open at 5pm with Racing at 7:30pm 
Tickets are just 12.50 dollars for Adults, 10.50 dollars for  Seniors and 11 to 19,  and kids 10 and under are free

Knights of Destruction tickets are now on sale at the Hickory Motor Speedway office, by calling or coming by the track

“Checkered Flag Flies for Millington”

(5/13/17) -The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series returned to action on Saturday night, after a week off, with 321 Lawnmower Sales & Service Night at the Races presented by Whelen.

The Paramount Auto Group Limited Late Models with Points leader Monty Cox in the #21 would set fast time in qualifying and would start at the front with veteran Mack Little in the #16 to his outside. Cox would jump to the early lead with Mitch Walker in the #29 pressing Little for 2nd. Walker would get by and set his sights on the front runner Cox. Charlie Watson in the #9 would also make a bid on Little for a top 3 spot and eventually move by to put pressure on Walker as well. Cox would prove to be too strong on this night and drive on to the victory with Walker in 2nd and Watson finishing in 3rd. Little would hold off a hard charging Ross ‘BooBoo' Dalton in the #50 for 4th while Dalton would round out the top 5. results


NEWTON, NC (May 7, 2017) – Saturday's CARS Tour race at Hickory Motor Speedway, the McCorkle's Liberty Buick & GMC 300 Duels, was anything but predictable as three different drivers visited victory lane over the course of the event. Raphael Lessard and Matt Craig tasted victory in the super late model duels while JR Motorsports driver Anthony Alfredo dueled with Austin McDaniel during both late model stock duels to take his first two career CARS Tour wins.

LATE MODEL STOCK RECAP Josh Berry captured another Hedgecock Racing Pole Award during qualifying and started the first duel from the pole position and quickly jumped out to an early lead. It was a dominating performance by Berry until his engine blew on lap 56 in spectacular fashion, billowing smoke and flames from underneath of his Chevrolet.

Austin McDaniel inherited the lead and appeared to be en route to his first career series win until the final ten laps when Anthony Alfredo began to reel in the No. 12 Chevrolet. McDaniel gave Alfredo the inside line and the Connecticut native took full advantage of McDaniel's generosity. For multiple laps, the pair traded paint, banged doors and raced side-by-side until Alfredo solidified himself as the leader with just a pair of laps to go before cruising to his first career win. more results

Ryan Millington and Charlie Watson Bring Home Wins

(4/30/17) -If you have to read this story to know what happened at Hickory Motor Speedway this weekend, you just flat missed it. After 2 weeks off of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series, racing returned to action at Hickory Motor Speedway Saturday on Cosmo Motors Night at the Races.

Paramount Auto Group Limited Late Models for 50 laps in Round #4 of the Paramount Kia “Big 10” Racing Challenge. Fresh off of his first win 3 weeks ago Alex Reece in the #18 would set the fast time in qualifying and start from the top spot with the #29 of Mitch Walker starting to his outside. The front pair would battle side by side for several laps before Reece would finally nose ahead and assume the top spot. Walker would battle side by side with returning Limited Late Model Champion Travis Byrd in the #77 for the second spot. Byrd would eventually get by and try to work his way to the leader. Reece, however, would prove too strong on this night and grab the win, giving him 2 in a row at the Birthplace of the NASCAR Stars. Byrd would hold on for 2nd with Walker keeping the grip on the 3rd place finishing spot. Pat Rachels in the #34 and Mack Little in the #16 would round out the top 5.results

“Josh Berry with Jr. Motorsports Returns to Victory Lane”

(4/8/17)- Advance Auto Parts Night at the Races brought out beautiful weather, a full schedule of NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing, and some heavy hitters in hopes of bringing home a win in one or both of the Twin 40s for the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Bojangles Late Models.

The #88 of Josh Berry would assume a familiar position as he would pace qualifying for the premier division and start from the pole for Twin #1 with the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Bojangles Late Models and he would have Tommy Lemons Jr. in the #27 starting to his outside. results

Watson Continues To Roll at Hickory Motor Speedway

(4/1/17)- Hickory Motor Speedway played host to the 6th Annual Finish Line Heating & Air Spring Classic with beautiful weather and a great slate of racing on Saturday night.

Leading off the night would be the Catawba Realty & Insurance Classic Sportsmen Racing Association with Eddie Gilbert in the # 95 leading the field to the green flag after pole sitter Bill Lett in the #4 would start in the rear as the feature winner in the last event. Gilbert would jump out to the early lead with Daniel Werner in the #19 giving chase. Gilbert would hold on for the win by a car length over the hard charging Werner, who would finish 2nd. Bill Webb in the #16 would finish 3rd with William Powell in the #71 and Robert Webb in the #6 rounding out the top 5. more info

“Bandit Big Rigs Roll into Hickory Motor Speedway”

March 25th,NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Bojangles Late Models and their first of two 40 lap features. Ryan Millington in the #76 would set fast time and start from the point with Cole Glasson in the #5 to his outside. 2-time track champion Austin McDaniel in the #12 would make a return visit to his old stomping grounds and start inside of row 2 with the #98 of Stefan Parsons, son of former Monster Energy Cup driver Phil Parsons, starting to his outside. The battle at the point would be side by side for several laps until Millington would get the edge and nose ahead of Glasson. more info.

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