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Shryock Doubles Down at Hancock County Speedway

Shryock Doubles Down at Hancock County Speedway

5/18/2024
Shryock Doubles Down at Hancock County Speedway By Chad Meyer Kelly Shryock drove his way to the front twice Friday night in Britt during the “School’s Out for Summer” event, sponsored by Trulson Auto Parts & Service. In the IMCA Modifieds, Shryock started sixth and ran down early leader Todd Steinhart. Steinhart stayed close through the midpoint of the race until Shryock was able to pull away over the late stages. Jeremy Mills got around Steinhart at the end to finish second. Garrett Wilson...more
Britt’s SportMod Nationals is Anderson’s for Third

Britt’s SportMod Nationals is Anderson’s for Third...

5/14/2024
Britt’s SportMod Nationals is Anderson’s for Third Time! By Chad Meyer Eddyville, Iowa’s Logan Anderson has been to the Hancock County Speedway in Britt, IA exactly three times, each during the tracks annual Gold-Eagle Cooperative IMCA Northern SportMod Nationals. On Monday night he ran down leader Colby Fett in the closing laps to score his third SportMod Nationals victory in as many tries. Jared Boumeester led the first few circuits before Justin Klynsma and Jake Sachau took over first and...more
Cordes, Mackenthun, Fett, Nielsen & Schluetter Sco

Cordes, Mackenthun, Fett, Nielsen & Schluetter Sco...

5/4/2024
Cordes, Mackenthun, Fett, Nielsen & Schluetter Score Opening Wins at Britt! Chad's "May the Fourth Be With You" Racing Recap – by: Chad Meyer The Hancock County Speedway in Britt, IA, and new track manager Darin Toot lifted the lid on the 2024 racing season Friday night. After a soggy start to the week, sunny skies greeted drivers and fans on Britt’s Main Street for “Race Day on Main”, with the race night sponsored by Mr. K’s Bar and Grill. Off season efforts to improve the racing surface at...more
2024 Track Registration Form

2024 Track Registration Form

3/1/2024
Pictured is the 2024 Track Registration Form. Drivers who plan on attending Hancock County Speedway weekly or even stopping in a few nights, please fill this out and mail it in to us. Or if you would prefer to register with us on line, head to MRP and click on the registration link. Also listed on our website is the Minor Release Form, W-9 Form and all class rules.
Classes for the 2024 Race Season

Classes for the 2024 Race Season

2/12/2024
Hancock County Speedway Unveils 2024 Sanctioning Body and Classes Britt, Iowa - Hancock County Speedway, one of the Midwest's premier dirt track racing facilities, is proud to announce that it will be sanctioned by the International Motor Contest Association (IMCA), a renowned governing body in grassroots dirt track racing. IMCA's commitment to fair competition and driver safety aligns perfectly with Hancock County Speedway's dedication to providing a top-notch racing experience for drivers...more
New Track Manager

New Track Manager

2/7/2024
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Hancock County Speedway Welcomes New Manager, Marking an Exciting Era in Dirt Track Racing [Britt, Iowa, 2/9/2024] – Hancock County Speedway, one of the premier dirt racetracks with historic ties to America’s greatest racers past and present, is thrilled to announce the appointment of a new manager, heralding a fresh chapter in the venue's storied history. Effective 2/7/2024, Darin Toot will assume the role of track manager, bringing a wealth of experience and a passion...more
2023 Hancock County Speedway Schedule

2023 Hancock County Speedway Schedule

3/19/2023
This season will be headlined by The Midwest Championship Enduro 200, The Sport Mod Nationals, The John Landheer Dirt Crown Memorial, and a Fair Race. Along with the most anticipated events every year, The Night of 1,000 Stars and The Night of 10,000 Stars. We will also have weekly Friday night racing throughout the entire summer! All IMCA Nights will pay a MINIMUM of $600 to win IMCA Modifieds $500 to win IMCA Stock Cars $400 to win IMCA Sport Mods $400 to win IMCA Hobby Stocks $200 to win...more
2021 Hancock County Speedway Schedule

2021 Hancock County Speedway Schedule

11/5/2020
Great news! We have a pending 2021 schedule of events out for the upcoming season. We are excited for another fun year at the speedway with some great improvements to come! Stay tuned! http://www.hancockcountyspeedway.com/schedule/
Berry Finally Gets Win During Modified Speedweek a

Berry Finally Gets Win During Modified Speedweek a...

8/10/2019
n 2013 a second night was added to Nights of Stars weekend at the Hancock County Speedway known as the Night of 10,000 Stars. This years Night of 10,000 Stars was sponsored by Corteva Agriscience, Asmus Farm Supply and Pioneer Seeds with the IMCA Modified feature winner guaranteed to pocket $7,000, there was also 3 $1,000 bonuses: Halfway Leader, Perfect Attendance in 2019 at Hancock County Speedway & 2019 Night of 1,000 Stars Winner. One Hundred Thirty Eight Cars signed in for Night two of...more
Thornton Pockets $4,500 at Night of 1,000 Stars in

Thornton Pockets $4,500 at Night of 1,000 Stars in...

8/9/2019
Thursday Night at the Hancock County Speedway was the 25th Annual Night of 1,000 Stars sponsored by IMT Transport. Night of 1,000 Stars was created in 1995 and originally scheduled to run at the Boone Speedway before mother nature forced it to be moved to Britt. After moved to Britt, the USMTS was scheduled to have a race down at the Hamilton County Speedway on the same nights but fell victim so drivers made the trip to Home of the Hobo Convention and the Hancock County Speedway was on the...more

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