DMI Free Hot Dog Night At Port Royal This Week, Econo Late Chshp On Tap

Aug. 23 410 sprint Twin 25s and Aug. 30 late model Renninger Memorial in sight

Port Royal – Port Royal Speedway will present DMI Free Hot Dog Night this Saturday, August 16 at 7 pm featuring a three division racing program of Aumiller’s Insurance 410 sprints, Jake’s Carts/Enviroman Products super late models and the Gray’s Auto – Towing – Licensing 355 econo late models.

Courtesy of DMI of Lancaster, the first 250 paid general admissions through the gate this week will receive a voucher for a FREE HOT DOG at the event.

The racing program will be highlighted by a 20-lap Econo Late Model Championship paying $750 to win while also carrying an increased purse.

Port Royal Speedway is in the midst of an impressively competitive season involving the 410 sprints and super late models.

On August 9 Lance Dewease became the 12th different sprint car winner in 14 events held for the class at the track this season while Dylan Yoder became the 11th winner in 11 races so far this year at the track for the super late models.

The August 16 event is a precursor to the revamped August 23 Open Wheel Madness program featuring Twin 25-lap features for the 410 sprints along with a full program of River Valley Builders 305 sprints.

Both of the Twin 25s on August 23 for the super sprints will carry full purses and pay full points toward the 2014 track title.

The winner of the first 410 sprint main on August 23 will pull an inversion pill to set the starting lineup for the second race.

The URC Sprints have been removed from the August 23 program.

The super late models take center stage on August 30 for the 160th annual Juniata County Fair Opener as they compete in the prestigious, heralded Butch Renninger Memorial for the stock cars.

The Renninger Memorial will pay a hefty $3,000 to win for the 33-lap contest that will also pay lap money as well as a hefty purse for the super lates in honor of the late track titlist.

The econo late models have been added to the Renninger Memorial program along with the 410 sprints, and xtreme stocks.