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Dickie Boswell Memorial 200


Dominion Raceway is pleased to open the 2024 season with the Dickie Boswell Memorial 200 in honor of Dickie Boswell. 100% of all donations go directly to the purse and special awards for this exciting event! Dickie Boswell was a long time fan of Old Dominion & Dominion Raceway, and we are honored to be able to remember him in this way. Dickie was an avid racer and a major participant in the short track racing world. He raced at Old Dominion for many years in the Late Model division before passing away in the fall of 2021. This race is our way of thanking and remembering Dickie for all he has done for the racing community. Dick "Dickie" Gore “Promoter Emeritus” will be the Master of Ceremonies for this special event. Please help us make this the special racers event that Dickie Boswell would be ultra proud of by sponsoring or donating today! 


Please click the link below and submit the donation form to make your donation today. Thank you from all of our racers, Dominion Raceway, The Boswell Family!

Richard Warner "Dickie"  Boswell
Feb 15th, 1942 - October 5th, 2021

Dickie , Honey or Boz as he was called lived in Maryland most of his racing years raising a family; married to Mary Ellis of Queenstown his love of 40 years. A graduate of Bladensburg High School, Dickie entered the US Army as a Paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division.

Dickie was a racer at heart and loved being part of the race community. He was a fierce competitor but also gracious and rarely did Dickie meet someone and not make a favorable impression or an immediate friend. Whether it was Speed Boat Racing or Stock Car racing Dickie went fast and had fun.

His races at Old Dominion Speedway were Legendary (over 50 racing wins) and Dick Gore “Dickie” will be here on March 30th to relive those experiences with you as only Dickie Gore can! Racing in those years was different, clearly Dickie Boswell raced in NASCAR’S Glory Days.  


Not only did Dickie race Late Models at Old Dominion (Home of the NASCAR Late Model Stock Car) for many years he was a frequent racer in The Xfinity Series. He competed in 57 races in that series from 1981-1988 with a brief stint in ARCA in 1985.


Dickie is preceded in death by his Son Michael Boswell and leaves behind a great family including daughters, grand children, and son Richard who is a former racer and today a Xfinity Crew Chief at Stewart-Hass racing.


The Race Teams, Dominion Raceway & The Boswell's look forward to remembering Dickie on March 30th at a race that Dickie likely would have won.  All of us look forward to having you and your family at this special race celebrating one of racings greats. Please make plans to attend March 30th for 200 laps of racing thrills and memories!! 


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