More Names Line Up To Honor Wolfe And Zemaitis’ at Port Royal Aug. 6 Dream

Shepard and Woelflings confirm plans

PORT ROYAL, Pa. – Three more names have been added to the list of notables coming out to honor both Randy Wolfe and John and Pee Wee Zemaitis at this years Port Royal Speedway Living Legends Dream Race coming up on Saturday, August 6.

Already confirmed and announced to appear and sign autographs have been Zemaitis drivers Bobby Weaver, Sean Michael, Lucas Wolfe, and Stevie Smith.

Wolfe car owners already announced are Jim and Laura Allebach as well as Glen Hyneman.

Added to the list just today is Zemco pilot Jeff Shepard of Upperco, Md., who wheeled the famous No. 1 mount for two stints, in 1999 and again from 2007 – 2008.

For Wolfe, another owner has announced the intention to attend in the form of LPS Racers owners Rick and Joe Woelfling of Lebanon.

It was Woelflings and their father that first put Wolfe into a car that wasn’t his own back in late 1977 and Wolfe would pilot the car successfully for the better part of three seasons.

Wolfe ended his career in 1999 behind the wheel of the Allebach No. 75. He piloted Hyneman’s mount in 1990.

The autograph session will take place prior to the big race, from 5 – 6 pm.

Elsewhere, the list of driver prizes and cash for this year’s Dream Race is growing with several new firms joining the fold of race supporters along with those of seasons past.

Coming on board new for the 2016 event is Kreitz Oval Track Parts, MBH Race Products, Triple X Chassis, Hackenberg’s Tree Service and now Weikert’s Livestock as well.

Those firms join renewing sponsors: Packers Concessions, Hoosier Tires, Penske Shocks, York County Racing Club, Boulevard Car Wash, Hoseheads.com, Terry Ritzman, DMI, CRANKWERKZ, Rider Racing Engines, Don Ott Racing Engines, Wings Unlimited, Zemco Speed Equipment, Hank’s Performance Products, Mach 1 Chassis, Bryan Imes, Rebecca Kerstetter, Lyon’s Auto & Truck Service Center, Lelands.com, Slivinski Law Offices, Leach’s Automotive Supply and Moose Blocks.

The 2016 Dream Race will again find the 410 sprints competing in twin 16-lap semi mains followed by a 35-lap Dream A Main, paying a minimum of $10,000 to win while the semis each pay $2,000 to win along with full purses.

Drivers that place first, second and third in each lap of the semis and A will accumulate lap money at the rate of $10/lap.

In addition Hard Charger Awards are posted in the semis and the A.

The super late models will compete for $2,000 to win and $200 to start on the night in a 25-lap feature event.

The total one night cash purse for sprint cars will again eclipse $55,000 not counting thousands upon thousands of dollars in contingency cash and prizes on the table to be claimed while the total late model purse pushes the total event purse payout alone to more than $65,000.

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