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Sprint Cars Return to Devil’s Bowl Following Successful Test

Posted By Tj Ingerson on October 16, 2014

Racing coverage on Vermont Motorsports Magazine provided by RPM Racing Engines in Georgia, Vermont.Local favorite Lacey Hanson (#33) of Orwell, VT kicks up some dirt in her Sprint Cars of New England ride at DevilPHOTO: Local favorite Lacey Hanson (#33) of Orwell, VT kicks up some dirt in her Sprint Cars of New England ride at Devil's Bowl Speedway; she'll be part of the group's inaugural race at the Rutland County track on Saturday, October 18. (Devil's Bowl Speedway photo)

Hanson, Austin make first laps around new 1/3-mile dirt track

(From track press release)

WEST HAVEN --
The winged warriors of the Bond Auto Parts Sprint Cars of New England (SCoNE) tour will make their official debut at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Saturday, October 18, joining the AutoSaver Ford/Springfield Buick-GMC “Vermont Freedom & Unity” event. A successful test was completed by two teams on Wednesday, drawing rave reviews. Read Full Story

Lt. Governor Scott Named Grand Marshal for Devil’s Bowl Dirt Finale

Posted By Tj Ingerson on October 16, 2014

Racing coverage on Vermont Motorsports Magazine provided by RPM Racing Engines in Georgia, Vermont.Vermont Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott will be the Grand Marshal for SaturdayPHOTO: Vermont Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott will be the Grand Marshal for Saturday's "Vermont Freedom & Unity 100" at the new dirt track at Devil's Bowl Speedway. Scott has raced several times on the asphalt track at the facility. (MemorEvents photo)

AutoSaver Group joins as sponsor; “Battle” championships on the line

(From track press release)

WEST HAVEN --
Devil’s Bowl Speedway has seen a flurry of activity in recent days as the Rutland County track prepares for its final event of the season. With inaugural “Battle at the Bowl” dirt track championships on the line, the speedway welcomes a new sponsor and an appearance by the Lieutenant Governor of Vermont on Saturday, October 18 at 2:00 p.m. Read Full Story

Stratton Crowned ''King of the Clay'' in Popular Upset at Devil’s Bowl

Posted By Tj Ingerson on October 6, 2014

Racing coverage on Vermont Motorsports Magazine provided by RPM Racing Engines in Georgia, Vermont.Neil Stratton of Bennington, VT scored a wildly popular $5,000 Modified victory and was crowned as the "King of the Clay" at DevilPHOTO: Neil Stratton of Bennington, VT scored a wildly popular $5,000 Modified victory and was crowned as the "King of the Clay" at Devil's Bowl Speedway on Sunday night. (MemorEvents photo)

Quenneville takes Sportsman main for milestone win

(From track press release)

WEST HAVEN --
Neil Stratton scored a major upset on Sunday night at Devil’s Bowl Speedway to become the winner of the inaugural “King of the Clay” race for Big Block and Small Block Modified stock cars. The Bennington, VT driver persevered through rough track conditions, then seized a golden opportunity to steal the win and the $5,000 top prize at the “Battle at the Bowl” dirt track series. Read Full Story

''King of the Clay'' Event Postponed to Sunday at Devil’s Bowl

Posted By Tj Ingerson on October 2, 2014

Racing coverage on Vermont Motorsports Magazine provided by RPM Racing Engines in Georgia, Vermont.Kenny Tremont Jr. is expected to be one of many entries that will battle for the $5,000 winnerPHOTO: Kenny Tremont Jr. is expected to be one of many entries that will battle for the $5,000 winner's prize in the King of the Clay event at Devil's Bowl Speedway, which has been rescheduled to Sunday. (Eric LaFleche/VLFPhotos.com photo)

$5,000-to-win Modified race headlines second “Battle at the Bowl” event

(From track press release)

WEST HAVEN --
Devil’s Bowl Speedway has rescheduled its inaugural “King of the Clay” event to Sunday, October 5 due to a predicted washout on the original Saturday date. The event – which begins at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday – is the second round of the three-race “Battle at the Bowl” dirt track series and features a 50-lap, $5,000-to-win race for Big Block and Small Block Modifieds, plus Sportsman Modifieds, Renegades, Mini Stocks, and the Enduro Series championship finale. Read Full Story