With the total of pre-entries up to more than 50 for the inaugural Keystone RaceSaver Challenge, Racers Used Parts Warehouse has posted $50 to win for heat races and $30 to finish second in each.
In addition, a paid B Main will be conducted to help set the 25-lap feature field.
Other contingency prizes will also be given away to the RaceSaver Challenge field in attendance including tires.
The 358 late models are also on the Blue Collar Classic card, which gets underway at 4 pm on Saturday with pit gates opening at 2 pm followed by general admission gates at 3.
The 358 late models will compete in a full program of racing including a 20-lap main, paying $1,000 to win. A full slate of pro stock action is also planned along with an enduro dash.
Pre-entries for the Keystone RaceSaver 305 sprint portion of the program have been coming in from far and wide.
Entries to date have been logged from as far away as North Carolina, Virginia, New Jersey, New York and from Western Pennsylvania.
Additional information for Keystone RaceSaver 305 teams wishing to compete in the Blue Collar Classic can be found at www.pasprintseries.com.
The October 6 invitational format is extended to all divisions on the card including the 358 late models, pro stocks and enduro cars.
In the 358 late model class, cars that legally race at Williams Grove, Susquehanna and Hagerstown Speedways will be eligible to compete with home rules in effect.
In the pro stock class, street stocks from Williams Grove and Susquehanna are eligible to compete, again with home track rules in effect.
And in the enduro division, extreme stocks from Susquehanna and roadrunners from Selinsgrove Speedways are eligible to compete, again with home track rules in effect.
The final two shows of the Port Royal Speedway season are set for the first two weekends of October, on October 6 and 13.
The curtain will fall on the 2012 Port Royal season with the running of the make-up Foss Jewelers Labor Day Classic for 410 sprint cars on October 13 at which time the popular Super Sportsman will compete in a rare late-season Port Royal start for both classes.
The sportsman will compete in a full program on October 13 including a 20-lap main event while the sprint cars will vie for 30 laps in the Classic, paying $4,000 to win and $300 just to start.
Time trials will be part of the sprint program and an open tire rule will be in effect.
A wild Demolition Derby will close out the night and the year.
October 6 adult general admission will be just $12 with students ages 12 – 18 priced at just $5.
October 13 pit gates will open at 3:30 pm with general admission gates opening at 4 and racing slated for 6 pm.
Adult general admission will be $15 with students again priced at $5.