In 2021, Langley Speedway will enter its 71st season of racing. During the past 70 years, Langley has been home to stock car racing’s biggest names like Richard Petty, Jimmie Johnson, Chase Elliott, and former track champion Denny Hamlin, as well as local drivers whose love of the sport can be seen each Saturday night from March to October. Over the course of the last 20 years, Langley Speedway has seen multi-million dollar renovations to its facility, upholding its current status as one of the top short tracks in the country.
|Late Models||Nick Smith||15.292||4/6/13|
|Grand Stocks||Brandon Hinson||17.473||4/13/13|
|Super Streets||John Pereira||18.244||4/6/20|
|INEX Legends (YL)||Connor Hall||17.292||4/6/20|
|INEX Legends (PRO)||Brad Hancock||17.289||4/6/20|
|Super Trucks||Robbie Davis||17.992||4/6/20|
|Pro Six||Nelson Moody III||16.566||4/13/20|
|HRKC Wing Champ Karts||Aaron Leach||22.175||7/11/20|
Langley Speedway’s history is full of historic moments. From it’s humble beginnings as a horse racing facility to becoming one of the most prestigious short tracks in the country, Langley’s story is one worth reading. Check out the story below to learn all about how Langley Speedway came to be!