Beginning January 7th, 2020, the RainedOut.com website and APP will no longer be a FREE service.  It is important to know that RainedOut.com is in no way associated with Port Royal Speedway, it is simply an APP that allows us, as well as many other tracks, to alert the fans as to postponements and cancellations.

Beginning January 7th, 2020, RainedOut.com will begin charging $7.30 per user for an annual subscription.  By paying the $7.30 for the year, you are registering your cell phone number for the year and you will continue to receive RainedOut text alerts from all the organizations you currently are subscribed to.  It is a one-time annual fee of $7.30, not a $7.30 charge per race track.  Also keep in mind this payment goes to RainedOut.com, it does not go to Port Royal Speedway.  Again, you can be subscribed to an unlimited number of organizations, and the fee will remain $7.30 annually. Read more »

Don Clark Memorial



Port Royal Speedway, the Juniata County Agricultural Society, and the Port Royal Speedway Promotional team would like to send our condolences to the family of Don Clark.

After a long, courageous battle with cancer, Clark passed away Sunday morning December 29th at the age of 73. Read more »

Andrew Yoder Claims 2019 Limited Late Model Championship in Dominating Fashion

By- Justin Snyder/Port Royal Speedway

PORT ROYAL, Pa- Dominating- When coming up with a word to describe Andrew Yoder’s 2019 Selinsgrove Ford Limited Late Model season at the Port Royal Speedway, this was what came to mind.

Seven victories, one second place finish and two third place finishes filled out a season of results that saw the driver never once finish off the podium at the Juniata County oval for an entire season and pick up the championship by a commanding 410-points. Read more »

The 2020 Season Reserved Seats and Season Passes are now on sale!

A Season Reserved Seat will again be $60.00. A General Season Pass will cost $425.00 and a Season Pit Pass will cost $550.00.

As in previous years, the seats and passes will NOT include Tractor Pulls, Demolition Derby, etc. They will also NOT include, the 2-day Lucas Oil $50,000 Late Model Event on August 28 & August 29.

Renewals have been mailed to current reserved seat holders and they have until Feb. 1, 2020 to renew before they become available for the public to purchase

World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series to Return to ‘The Speed Palace’ for Two Nights in October During 2020 Season

By- Justin Snyder/Port Royal Speedway

PORT ROYAL, Pa- Adding to what is shaping up to be an impressive and diverse 2020 racing schedule, Port Royal Speedway is once again proud to host the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series Oct.  9-10 for two days of mudslinging action.

Still using the Nittany Showdown moniker, this will be the third consecutive season in which the Speedway will attempt a two-day event. The last two seasons have been hit with rain and as a result has been shortened to one night. With the weekend date being moved up a few weeks earlier in the season, this could be the first time both races get run in the history of the Speedway. Read more »

Port Royal Holiday Closing

The Speedway office will close at noon on December 24, 2019 and reopen January 2, 2020.

Port Royal Speedway to Once Again Play Host to All Star Circuit of Champions in 2020, To Include Weikert Memorial and Tuscarora 50

By- Justin Snyder/Port Royal Speedway

PORT ROYAL, Pa- As with anything, the only thing constant about racing is change. With a busy offseason in full swing, many sights and sounds are changing at the Port Royal Speedway for the 2020 racing season.

This is just another step into the future as the Port Royal Speedway continues its rapid ascent as one of the premier racing facilities in all the country. Read more »

Dylan Yoder Overcomes 2018 Heartbreak to Claim 2019 Port Royal Speedway Super Late Model Championship

By- Justin Snyder

PORT ROYAL, Pa- Entering the 2019 season, one could argue that no driver in the pits was more determined to not let history repeat itself then Dylan Yoder.

Leading the point standings entering the final event of the 2018 racing season, Jeff Rine picked up the victory to Yoder’s second place finish, which allowed Rine to claim the championship in one of the closest of margins in the history of the Port Royal Speedway. Read more »

The deadline to get banquet tickets is December 20, 2019

Port Royal Speedway to Remove Xtreme Stock Division Beginning in 2020

By- Justin Snyder


PORT ROYAL, Pa- After careful consideration, the Port Royal Speedway officials and the Speedway Race Committee has made the tough decision to eliminate the Xtreme Stock Series from racing competition beginning in 2020. 


A semi-regular division since the 2014 racing season, dwindling car counts and a lack of support are two of the main reasons Speedway officials came to this tough decision. Read more »

Logan Wagner Cements Place in Port Royal History as Back-To-Back Sprint Car Track Champion

By- Justin Snyder

PORT ROYAL, Pa- Logan Wagner came into the 2019 season looking to build on the success of having won his first career Port Royal Speedway track championship the previous season. With three career wins at the Juniata County oval entering the year and once again flying the legendary John & Pee Wee Zemaitis Zemco #1 colors in weekly competition, Wagner felt confident about his chances.

While it took misfortune for Greg Hodnett on the final points race of the season and a dramatic drive through the field to narrowly claim the championship in 2018, Wagner was looking to make a statement and prove that he wasn’t just lucky.

On the strength of five victories, 15 top-five finishes, 20 top-10’s and only failing to qualify for one show, Wagner dominated the 2019 season and proved to be a force to reckon with for years to come. Read more »