For stock car fans in need of an alternative from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, there’s no shortage of short track action available to be consumed on Saturday with numerous events across the country receiving the live broadcast treatment.
The marquee events to watch are the Hampton Heat at Langley Speedway and the CARS Tour Mid-Atlantic Classic at Orange County Speedway. But weekly shows at Myrtle Beach Speedway, Bowman Gray Stadium and Berlin Raceway are also easily accessible.
Here’s a short list of short track racing streams for Saturday, July 22.
The Hampton Heat is one of the four Late Model Stock Car grand slam events at takes place on Saturday night at Langley Speedway in Hampton, Virginia. The race is also the second stop on the Virginia Triple Crown that also includes the July 4 weekend South Boston 200 and September’s Valley Star Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway.
Expected entries include Peyton Seller, CE Falk, Philip Morris, Timothy Peters, Greg Edwards and RD Smith.
It pays $10,000 to the winner.
CARS Tour Mid-Atlantic Classic
This is the first time the CARS Tour has attempted to promote a big money one-off for one of its two divisions — this time for the Super Late Model tour at Orange County Speedway in Roguemont, North Carolina.
The 150-lap race is expected to draw the likes of Bubba Pollard, Christopher Bell, Jared Irvan, Raphael Lessard, Steve Wallace and Stephen Nasse. It pays $10,000 to the winner and $5,000 for second with each start money of a grand.
The event also includes a 100-lap Late Model Stock showdown that features Tour regulars Josh Berry, Anthony Alfredo, Deac McCaskill, Myatt Snider and Tommy Lemons Jr.
Berlin Raceway Ladies Night
The standard bi-weekly card for Berlin Raceway, this time featuring Super Late Models, Modifieds, Street Stocks and the VORA cars.
Myrtle Beach Speedway Weekly Racing
The standard b-weekly card for Myrtle Beach Speedway in South Carolina features NASCAR Late Model Stock Cars, Chargers, Mini Stocks, Super Trucks and Vintage. The headliners for the Late Model division include three-time NASCAR weekly champion Lee Pulliam, Brian Vause, Sam Yarbrough and Justin Milliken.
Bowman Gray Stadium Ladies Night
The weekly show at the Madhouse will be headlined by a 100-lap Tour Type Modified feature, Street Stocks and Stadium Stocks. The headliners for the Modified division are mainstays like Burt Myers, Tim Brown, James Civali, James Civali and Randy Butner.
RoC Asphalt Modified Series at Thunder in the Hills 100
The Race of Champions Tour Type Modified Series will compete at Holland Speedway for the Thunder in the Hills 100. Patrick Emerling, Mike Leaty, Andy Jankowiak and George Skora continue their championship battle.