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.
CRS News...
Cantwell Wins the 2014 Opener!
The teams rolled into the "Action Track" Winchester Speedway under clear skies for the 2014 Classic Racing Series season opener. The high banked "paper clip" plays host to many exciting races for the Series and this night would not disappoint. Early heat race action had the #112 of Steve Clemo taking the heat race lead, but Jim Crocker crawled out of retirement and into the #12 and was able to take the first heat win of the year. Steve Cantwell showed early on that his #20 was strong, winning the 2nd heat race. The stage was set for the 20 lap Winchester Scrap main event. Crocker started on the pole, but the #12 machine was no match for the speed of the orange #20 driven by Steve Cantwell making it stick in turn 2. With Cantwell off to an early lead, the #578 of Matt Wallace and the #9 of Brandon Little would split the #12 car of Crocker coming out of turn 4 to take over the chase for the lead. Little had caught Cantwell, but was unable to make a move for the lead. Wallace would soon pull beside Little and clear him entering turn one. The battle for the lead was on! Wallace would try everything he had, but he could not overcome the Hanover, Pennsylvania driver. Steve Cantwell picked up the first win in the series of 2014, and his first win at Winchester Speedway. Cantwell, Wallace, Little, Crocker, and Roland Brown made up the top 5.
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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 classicracing@verizon.net.

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