|1982 Hampton Chevy 200|
|Date||May 8, 1982|
|Pole Sitter||Bob Shreeves|
|Pole Speed||85.793 mph|
|Margin of Victory||1 lap|
|Points Leader||Sam Ard (+90)|
The 1982 Hampton Chevy 200 was a Busch Series event that occured at Langley on May 8, 1982. It was the first event at the speedway for the new series and its starting field of 17 cars was the smallest in series history. Jack Ingram won the race by one lap over Sam Ard, who still had the points lead.
Due to poor records, we only know where one car started in the event. That was Bob Shreeves, who paced the field at 85.793 mph.
- Lester Gumpton made his series debut with a 10th place finish. He would only compete in one more Busch Series event in his career. Tater Grady also his debut, finishing last in 17th spot.
- Only twelve cars finished the event, and only Jack Ingram was on the lead lap.
- Diane Teel made her first career top-ten finish.
|1||11||Jack Ingram||Oak Stove Company||Pontiac||200||running|
|2||00||Sam Ard||Thomas Bros. Ham||Oldsmobile||199||running|
|14||27||Tommy Houston||Mason Day Paving||Chevy||95||DNF|
1) Sam Ard (2nd) +90
2) Jack Ingram (3rd) -90
3) Tommy Houston (14th) -186
4) Phil Parsons (3rd) -225
5) Tommy Ellis (16th) -387
6) Dale Jarrett (13th) -436
7) Geoffery Bodine (DNR) -685
8) Mike Porter (DNR) -724
9) Ray Hendrick (4th) -806
10) Bob Shreeves (6th) -808