Reckner Leads Parade of Underdogs to Open Big Weekend at Devil’s Bowl Speedway

WEST HAVEN, Vt. – Elmo Reckner won big on an exciting night of dirt track racing at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Saturday, August 14, winning the Rutland Regional Medical Center “Healthcare Heroes Night” feature for the headline Sportsman Modified division. Other winners on the night included John Gosselin, Chris Murray, rookie Daryl Gebo, and Kamden Duffy. The Saturday night event set the stage for Sunday’s third annual “Battle at the Bowl” event for Big Block and Small Block Modifieds.

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Big Weekend, Big Names Ahead for Devil’s Bowl Speedway

WEST HAVEN, Vt. – Devil’s Bowl Speedway has a massive weekend of dirt track racing on tap for August 14-15. With rain wiping out both halves of a doubleheader last weekend, race fans have loads of action to look forward to with “Healthcare Heroes Night” on Saturday night and the “Battle at the Bowl” on Sunday night.

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Big Names Ready for Rescheduled “Battle at the Bowl” on Sunday (Devil’s Bowl Speedway)

WEST HAVEN, Vt. – Mother Nature can’t stop Devil’s Bowl Speedway. The third annual “Battle at the Bowl” Dirt Modified event was postponed a week by rain to Sunday, August 15 at 5:00 p.m., but a little wet weather certainly did not dampen the spirit of the event. If anything, the delay has only ramped up the anticipation.

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Stone Family 1-2 in Legends Night Thriller at Devil’s Bowl Speedway

WEST HAVEN, Vt. – “Legends Night” lived up to the hype at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Saturday, July 24, as an event that was created to bring back old memories ended up creating some new moments that will forever stand the test of time. A group of local superstars were saluted by the crowd, a legend-in-the-making defeated his three-time champion father, and an all-time favorite added an incredible chapter to the track’s history book.

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Donnelly Dazzles Huge Crowd at Devil’s Bowl Speedway

WEST HAVEN, Vt. – Chris Donnelly electrified a massive holiday dirt track racing crowd on Independence Day, Sunday, July 4, at Devil’s Bowl Speedway, winning the inaugural “Sprint Car Spectacular” event in dramatic fashion. Donnelly’s win highlighted a jam-packed card that also included a remarkable fireworks show and victories for Demetrios Drellos, Beau Reeves, Chris Murray, Chris Sumner, Greg Zindler Jr., Ray Hanson, and Eric Leno.

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LaDuc Scores Emotional Win at Devil’s Bowl Speedway

WEST HAVEN, Vt. – Tim LaDuc added an important page to his family’s decades-long stock car racing scrapbook at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Saturday, June 5. The veteran racer completed his drive for his 54th career win in dramatic and emotional fashion, headlining a night that included wins for Cody O’Brien, Chris Murray, Zach Wood, Ray Hanson, and Dustin Tierney.

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Devil’s Bowl Speedway: Quick Unofficial Results – Monday, May 31

Adam Pierson dominated the Northeast Crate Nationals 100 until a late-arriving Vince Quenneville took command with 11 laps left. Pierson held the lead through 10 restarts during the 100-lap race, but Quenneville pulled to the outside after the final restart on lap 88, ran next to Pierson for a lap, and pulled away in the final circuits.

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Devil’s Bowl Speedway Announces Crate Engine Disqualification

WEST HAVEN, Vt. – Devil’s Bowl Speedway has announced that Super Stock competitor Andrew FitzGerald has been disqualified from his apparent victory on Saturday, May 22, and that penalties have been imposed. The actions come due to violations of the Vermont track’s strict General Motors “602 crate” engine rules.

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Hoard Authors Comeback Story at Devil’s Bowl Speedway

WEST HAVEN, Vt. – Frank Hoard III was not sure if he was going to race at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Saturday, May 22, right up until it was time for the Sportsman Modified feature race to begin. Just 30 laps later, though, he was standing in victory lane. The win was the highlight of a five-division card that also included a career-first win by Melvin Pierson and repeat performances by Andrew FitzGerald, Chris Sumner, and Ray Hanson.

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