Port Royal Speedway to Serve Up Open Wheel Madness 3 in Final 410 Tune Up for World of Outlaws

URC 360 Sprints and PASS/IMCA 305 Sprints Fill Out Card

By- Justin Snyder

PORT ROYAL, PA – Port Royal Speedway returns this week for the final Open Wheel Madness event of the season! Open Wheel Madness 3 will feature the Weikert’s Livestock 410 Sprint Cars, the United Racing Club 360 Sprint Cars and the final points race of the season for the PASS/IMCA Penns Valley Meat Market 305 Sprint Cars. Read more »

8th Annual Blue-Collar Classic Recap

PORT ROYAL, Pa. – As Zach Newlin and Doug Dodson swapped the lead,

12th starter Nick Sweigart passed them both and went on to win the
Keystone RaceSaver Challenge for the 305 Sprint cars Saturday night at
Port Royal Speedway. Read more »

Port Royal Speedway Returns to Racing with 8th Annual Blue-Collar Classic

By- Justin Snyder

 

PORT ROYAL, Pa- Port Royal Speedway returns to action Saturday, October 12, for the 8th Annual Blue-Collar Classic featuring the Keystone RaceSaver Challenge hosted by the PASS/IMCA for the 305 Sprint Cars.

 

The annual race is one of the biggest events for the IMCA 305 Sprint Cars on the East Coast with the overall purse reaching nearly $16,000 including $800 to win for the A-Main feature. There will also be a special Founder’s Cup Non-Qualifier race as well paying $300 to win.

Including bonus money, the winner of the event could take home $1500. Read more »

PORT ROYAL SPEEDWAY BANQUET NEWS:

 

Due to scheduling conflicts, the annual Port Royal Speedway Awards Banquet will now be held on Saturday, January 4th, 2020 at the Lewistown Moose Family Center.  

 

Doors will open at 5:00pm and dinner will be catered by Harshbarger’s Sub N Malt and will be served at 5:30pm.  

 

Music will be provided by our own “Scotty the DJ”.   Read more »

Reutzel Claims 52 Annual Tuscarora 50 and $52,000 Prize in Front of Sell Out Crowd

By- Justin Snyder

 

PORT ROYAL, Pa-There’s an old saying that many runners use for running races. 

 

“It’s not a sprint, it’s a marathon.”

 

It encourages one to pace themselves. It’s about saving it until the end and having enough to finish. It can also apply to life. Sometimes it takes a while for the payoff to come. Read more »

TREY STARKS WINS THE NIGHT BEFORE THE TUSCARORA 50 AT PORT ROYAL SPEEDWAY

PORT ROYAL, Pa. – In the final tune-up for the Tuscarora 50, it was
Trey Starks scoring the sprint car win in the 30-lap All Star Circuit
of Champions main event Friday night at Port Royal Speedway.

The 52nd Annual Tuscarora 50, presented by Packer’s Concessions and
Ramsey’s Car Wash and Garage, pays $52,000 to win Saturday night. The
Friday night program was presented by former promoter and announcer
Ted Reitz. Read more »

Port Royal Speedway Set for $52,000 to Win Tuscarora 50 Weekend

By- Justin Snyder

 

PORT ROYAL, Pa- All eyes will be on the Port Royal Speedway this weekend as the best drivers from across the country will gather to help close out the 165th Annual Juniata County Fair with the 52nd running of the Tuscarora 50, Sept 6 and 7.

 

Sanctioned by Tony Stewert’s Ollies Bargain Outlets All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1, the annual spectacle is one of the most highly anticipated events in all the Sprint Car world. Read more »

Reinhardt Captures First Career 410 Sprint Car Victory in Labor Day Classic, Wagner Locks Up Points Battle

Yoder and Boozel Pick Up Late Model and 4-Cylinder Wins in Last Lap Passes

 By- Justin Snyder

PORT ROYAL, Pa- Earlier this year, Kyle Reinhardt quit his job as an engineer and uprooted his life from New Jersey to live in Pennsylvania. To some it sounded crazy. He was making good money and he was living a pretty good life racing part-time.

But that wasn’t his dream. Sure, it was comfortable and it paid the bills. But it didn’t fulfill him. Reinhardt wanted to race 410 Sprint Cars and he wanted to win in them. To do that, he needed to run more often and he needed laps. So he went all in and made the move. Read more »

Port Royal To Salute the Fans with 67th Running of the Labor Day Classic Monday 

By- Justin Snyder

PORT ROYAL, Pa- Following a successful Saturday night opener to the 165th Annual Juniata County Fair, Port Royal Speedway returns with the annual Labor  Day Classic on Monday.

The 67th running of the race, presented by Foss Jewelers, serves as a Fan Appreciation Day and features the Weikert’s Livestock 410 Sprint Cars, the Selinsgrove Ford Limited Late Models and the 4 Cylinder Pro Stocks. Read more »

Max Blair Wins Butch Renninger Memorial in Juniata County Fair Opener, Macri, Yoder and Mitch also score Big Wins in Front of Packed House

By- Justin Snyder

 

PORT ROYAL, Pa- Juniata County and Port Royal Speedway is all about tradition. With 2019 being the 165th holding of the Juniata County Fair and the 16th running of the Butch Renninger Memorial, it’s safe to say that many fans have attended more than one of the annual events. They have likely seen it all and experienced everything the fair has to offer.

 

However, fans witnessed two firsts Saturday night. With contenders Rick Eckert and Gregg Satterlee choosing to take the promoters challenge of going to the rear of the field in attempt to earn nearly $8500, Max Blair capitalized on a front row starting spot to lead all 33 laps and pick up his first career Port Royal Speedway victory and his 26th career with the ULMS series. Read more »

ULMS Butch Renninger Memorial on Tap as 165TH Juniata County Fair Kicks Off This Weekend

By- Justin Snyder

 

PORT ROYAL, Pa- Port Royal Speedway returns Saturday night to kick off the 165th annual Juniata County Fair with the 16th running of the Butch Renninger Memorial featuting the ULMS Late Models, the Weikert’s Livestock 410 Sprint Cars, the Selinsgrove Ford Limited Late Models and the Juniata Junction Xtreme Stocks.

 

The ULMS Late Model race will pay $4333 to the winner and will be 33 laps in distance. Driver’s will also get $333 to start with a grand total purse of $18,538 being offered for the River Valley Builders series and ULMS drivers. Read more »

Miller Edges Macri at Line for Third Victory of Season, Hammaker and Price Pick Up First Career Victories

By- Justin Snyder

 

PORT ROYAL, Pa- Jeff Miller added to what has already been a fairytale season as he picked up his third Weikert’s Livestock 410 Sprint Car victory of the season when he bested Anthony Macri by mere inches (.010) at the start/finish line in the closest margin of victory known since the inception of electronic timing and scoring in the history of the Port Royal Speedway.

 

“They said earlier in the night that I had won two races in my rookie season and even then it didn’t seem real,” said Miller. “To be up here again is pretty special and this season has just been amazing.” Read more »