VMS Puts Late Model Biggies On Hold


JAMAICA, Va. — With the current economic climate and the uncertainty of the upcoming year Virginia Motor Speedway track owner Bill Sawyer has decided to place the Commonwealth 100 and USA 100 on hold.

The speedway will focus on its weekly racing for the 2013 season and re-evaluate the running of the two special events at the end of next season.

“This is purely a business decision. With the current economic climate I felt we are best served by focusing on our weekly racing program, our weekly competitors and our local fan base,” commented track owner Bill Sawyer.

The staff is currently at work putting the 2013 schedule together and should have it released in the coming weeks. Please check the track’s website for details.

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