The Classic Racing Series has been in existence since the 1990ís with one resounding purpose, AFFORDABLE & COMPETITIVE RACING.  We firmly believe that  affordable racing, using similar equipment, contributes to competitive racing.  Thatís exciting racing that you can easily become a part of.

The power plants consist of either the 305 cubic inch SBC or the 602 GM Crate Motor.  These motors are brand new pieces from GM, factory sealed and designed for circle track racing.  The new power plant along with our strict racing rules result in affordable, competitive racing, week in and week out.  We are looking forward to running the new 350ís during this yearís competition.

This club is a traveling series; we mix it up at various tracks in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.  Traveling to different tracks adds a unique twist and an added challenge to the set up of our machines.  This element makes it all the more fun, looking for that perfect ride.  Photo finishes, last corner passes and green to checker feature runs are common during our racing season.

So a Series with a deep history as ours, great camaraderie between the racers, affordable cars, and competitive racing, whatís left to want? Make the move today, send an e-mail, come to the track and talk to the members, our Series membership speaks for itself, like none other.
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2014 Ends at Susky Brown and Wallace Celebrate
The Classic Racing Series wrapped up its 2014 season at Susquehanna Speedway Park on Sunday, November 2nd. The winds were whipping all day but the action matched the intensity. 15 racers took to the track and it was Neal Reamer and Steve Cantwell starting the action off with heat race wins. The feature was set, Reamer and Cantwell lead the field to the green to kick off the 20 lap feature event. The 20 car of Steve Cantwell jumped out to the early lead followed by the 73 of Reamer. While the 20 and 73 battled, the 86 of Wes Brown was busy planning his move on the front runners. Meanwhile the defending race winner Matt Wallace was working the 578 towards the front. In the span of one lap Wes Brown picked off the 73 and worked under the 20 car to pick up the lead on lap 7. The wick was turned up for the runner up spot as Brown pulled away by three car lengths. Kevin Palmer, in the Charlie Summers 07 machine, picked up some rhythm and was making the outside line work until he slid high in turn three opening the door for the hard charging 578 of Wallace. The race for second was a toss up for a bunch of laps between the 73 and 20. Wallace joined that fight and pounced on the third position slipping under the 73. All the while Wes Brown was counting the laps and looking for the opportunity to win yet another race as a rookie. And when the checkers flew, it was the 86 of Wes Brown picking up a well deserved win over some strong competition. Cantwell held off Wallace for 2nd, Wallace, Reamer, and Palmer rounded out the top five. Wes Brown was joined in victory lane with friends and family to celebrate his victory in the season finale. Wes also received a 3 foot victory lane sub presented by Rock It Pizza. Rock It Pizza, located right down the street from the speedway, deserves a big thank you for their support this season providing the winner a sub as an additional award at each Susky event.
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Check out the latest brand new racer. The Classic Racing Series is the sole supplier of new body parts. In addition to the parts, the Series provides chassis and chassis components for your racer.  

Take the opportunity to freshen up your race car now before the season starts. Place your order with forms provided on this site. any questions, e-mail

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