URC Sprints Featured In Port Royal Open Wheel Madness August 25, 410, URC & 305 Sprints On Tap, First URC Show At Port In 45 Years
Port Royal – An open wheel extravaganza featuring 410, URC 358/360, and 305 sprint cars is on tap at Port Royal Speedway this Saturday, August 25 at 7 pm when the track presents Open Wheel Madness.
The appearance by the URC Sprints at the track will be the first of its kind since the circuit last visited the oval back in 1967.
The 1967 show was the only appearance by the URC circuit in its now 65-year history at the equally historic track. Read more »
Heimbach Claims Second Sprints Win Of Port Royal Season, Byler And Kerstetter Get Career Firsts In Stock Cars, Ryan Leister claims enduro dash
Port Royal – Blane Heimbach of Selinsgrove picked up where Dylan Cisney left off and went on to win his third career sprint car victory at Port Royal Speedway on Saturday night, turning back Mike Erdley for the win.
In the late model feature, Derek Byler of Alexandria pocketed his first ever Port Royal feature by holding off and pulling away from the best in the Port Royal business in the form of Scott Haus.
Another first timer, Nate Kerstetter, took the 15-lap pro stock feature, while the enduro dash main went to Ryan Leister for his second-ever division win at the track. Read more »
Port Royal – A Three State Flyers Series Event sponsored by No. 1 Cycle Center of State College, the eighth installment of the Butch Renninger Memorial for late models is set for Port Royal Speedway on Saturday, September 1 at 7 PM.
The coveted Port Royal event will help kickoff the 158th annual Juniata Count Fair at the speedway that includes three more races with sprint cars in the spotlight on Labor Day afternoon and then again during the Tuscarora 50 weekend sanctioned by the All Stars on September 7 and 8. Read more »
Port Royal – DMI of Lancaster will present Camera & Autograph Night at Port Royal Speedway this Saturday, August 18 with gates opening at 5 pm and racing slated for 7:30 pm.
General admission ticket holders will be granted access to the pit area from 5:30 to 6:30 pm in order to meet drivers and get up close and personal with the racecars. Read more »
Taylor Passes Sammons For Port Royal Sprints, Frye Gets LM Second, Garman wires pro stocks and Watkins is third leader for 305 sprints, 99 cars jam Port pits
Port Royal – Some 99 cars jammed the Port Royal Speedway pit area Saturday night as Ryan Taylor of Perkasie took the lead from Davey Sammons and then went on to win his first Aumiller’s Insurance sprint car feature of the season at the track.
In the AB Auto Glass late model main, Coleby Frye of Dover took his second win of the season at the track, overpowering Tim Wilson for the lead and win. Read more »
Port Royal – What does $10 get you these days? Two gallons of gas? A barbershop haircut? A cheap CD full of music you never heard?
All of that changes this Saturday night at Port Royal Speedway, when that same $10 will get you a whole night of action at the races as the oval opens its gates for Fan Appreciation Night.
Adult General Admission for the show of 410 sprints, late models, 305 sprints and pro stocks is just $10 this week, August 11. Read more »
The Goodyear tire rule will be back in effect as usual for the speedway’s 410 sprint cars on August 11.
Port Royal – For the second time this season, Port Royal Speedway will present Fan Appreciation Night this Saturday, August 11, featuring $10 adult general admission for a full program of 410 sprints, late models, pro stocks and 305 sprints.
Racing action gets underway at 7:30 pm.
It will also be York County Racing Club Night at the speedway and Food Pantry Night has also been rescheduled for the program. Read more »
Heimbach Scores Big Port Payday In Living Legends Dream, Pockets Nearly $13,000 For Efforts, Heane wins pro stocks
Sprint car driver and owner greats Lynn Paxton and Al Hamilton were honored during the evening as the 2012 Port Royal Speedway Living Legends Dream Race honorees.
Early in the night, Heimbach and reigning NASCAR champion Tony Stewart of Rushville, Ind., drove to victory in the twin 16-lap semi mains that were used to set the 30-lap Dream A Main field and both drivers claimed $2,000 for their efforts.
Heimbach also scored $320 in lap money for wiring the semi field while Stewart claimed $280 in lap money for leading 14 circuits of his semi with Davey Sammons picking up $40 in lap money for leading the first pair of circuits. Read more »
Port Royal – If one sprint car driver can sweep the night at the Port Royal Speedway Living Legends Dream Race on Saturday night, he’ll pocket more than $13,000 in cash.
But that’s a pretty big if.
In order to sweep the night, said driver will have to set fast time, worth $150; lead every lap of his 16-lap semi main, worth $2,000 to win and $20/lap; and then lead every lap of the 30-lap Dream A main, worth $10,000 to win and $20/lap as well. Read more »
Port Royal – The total dollar value of Saturday’s contingency cash and prizes for sprint car racers at Saturdays Living Legends Dream Race at Port Royal Speedway continues to increase.
The most recent additions to the stockpile of prizes up for grabs is a complete set of shocks from Penske Shocks and gift certificates from Sander Engineering, which pushes the total value to some $8,000
Already in the pile of product certificates and/or discounts to be given out are $50 vouchers towards Zemco Headers, $200 vouchers for RE Technologies, $125 vouchers for Moose Blocks, $100 vouchers for DMI, $200 vouchers for VRP Shocks, free Keizer Wheels, free racing fuel, free Mach 1 Chassis bumpers and nerf bars, discount vouchers for Wings Unlimited and free engine dynos from Rider and Ott Racing Engines. Read more »
Port Royal – If you’re a sprint car driver, you’ve got a reason. If you’re a sprint car fan, you’ve got a reason.
A reason to come to Saturday’s 2012 Living Legends Dream Race at Port Royal Speedway, that is.
Impressive and up for grabs by drivers is nearly $53,000 in prize money alone. Plus, there’s another $7,000 worth of contingency prizes and cash to be taken home as well. Read more »
Legendary Boop’s Car Added To Port Living Legends Dream Display Saturday, Total Number Of Hamilton & Paxton Cars On Display For Event Stands At 9, Total Race Purse & Contingency Prizes Push $60,000 total
Port Royal – Back in 1979 when the World of Outlaws made their first ever visit to Port Royal Speedway, they took a beating at the hands of Lynn Paxton.
Paxton will be honored this Saturday at the Living Legends Dream Race as he and car owner Al Hamilton are feted as PRS Living Legends.
And the car that Paxton used to beat the outlaws big guns back in 1979 is tentatively slated to be on hand, with confirmation being made late Monday afternoon. Read more »
Hamilton & Paxton Auto Session Part Of Port Living Legends Dream Saturday, Boop, Hodnett, Kauffman, Dewease, Rahmer also take part, Total Race Purse & Contingency Prizes Push $60,000 total
Port Royal – Fans visiting the Living Legends Dream Race at Port Royal Speedway this Saturday, August 4 will get the chance to meet Living Legend honorees Lynn Paxton and Al Hamilton during a pre-race autograph session with the men beginning at 5:30 pm.
The exciting racing action itself begins at 7:30 pm with twin 16-lap semi mains and the 30-lap Dream A on tap along with a B Main. Read more »
Elsewhere, Mike Wagner II., won the 305 sprint feature in companion action while Bill Powell returned to victory lane for the first time this season in the enduro dash division. Read more »