Path Valley Speedway
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17911 Dry Run Road
Spring Run, PA 17262
"The Little Track With The Big Action"
Racing every  Saturday night since 1987 on our 1/4 mile banked clay oval 

Start Times

Friday Night
Gates open at 5:00PM   Drivers Meeting at 6:45PM
       Warm ups at 7:00PM

Saturday Night 
(May thru October)
Gates open at 4:00PM
Drivers Meeting at 5:45PM
Warm ups at 6:00PM

Please check the schedule 
for special event times in addition to March/April times
Email us at dun4@embarqmail.com
Path Valley Speedway 17911 Dry Run Road, Spring Run, PA 17262

Upcoming Events
Thank you to our 2022 Division Sponsors

600cc Micros: Macri Concrete                                                                               4 Cylinder Thunder Cars : BDR Racing Supplies

270cc Micros: T.A Ward Construction                                                                   Limited Late Models: Cordell Construction

Wingless Super Sportsman:  Metzler's Auto, Truck & Trailer                             4 Cylinder Strictly Stocks: T.B's Body Shop

​Please check out our sponsors page to get phone numbers and view our sponsors website
Featured Videos
Hap Swope Construction
Harrisonville, PA
717 - 496 - 5079
Thank you to the following business's for their contributions during the off season. We appreciate their continued support in helping us upgrade the speedway. 
For great deals on all your automotive parts visit rockauto.com. Rock Auto is a proud sponsor of Path Valley Speedway

Saturday, July 2nd
Dan Little & Trip Kone Memorial (600s)
Metzler's Auto Truck & Trailer Wingless Super Sportsman + Macri Concrete 600cc Micros 
+ T.A Ward Construction 270cc Micros + T.B Body Shop 4 Cylinder Strictly Stocks + BDR Racing Supplies 4 Cylinder Thunder Cars + Penn Mar Vintage

600cc Micros
$1129.92 to win  
$92 to take the green

Other prizes and giveaways as well.

Special Thanks
Bath Fitter, Snap On Tools Brandon Little, 
Rohan Beasley, Sean J. Garman, 
and Jason Shade for all their contributions. 
Big thanks to A.J Bast for helping to organize this race.

**Strictly Stock make up feature from 6-25 will be ran** 

Gates open at 4PM
Warm ups at 6PM

General Admission
Adults - $10
Kids 10 & under - $3

Pit Gate w/ membership - $30
Pit Gate w/o membership - $35


Photos by Teal Beard, Paul Wilson, Scott Suloff of WRT SpeedWerx
https://wrtsportsphotos.zenfolio.com

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Night of Power IV 

After last seasons unfortunate rain out, the Night of Power returns to Path Valley on Friday, August 12th. The Night of Power will be headlined by the ULMS Super Late Model series under the direction of Chris Zuvers. The Supers will be competing for $3,500 to win.

Also on the program will be the PASS 305 Sprint Series and the Modifieds. The 305 Sprints will try to tame the high banks of Path Valley for $400 to win while the Modifieds will be competing for $800 to win.

The Night of Power is sponsored by Zachary D. Crouse DVM of St. Thomas, PA. 

USAC National Sprint Series 2021
Jim Young in victory lane 5-14-22
Cameron Smith in victory lane 5-14-22
PATH VALLEY SPEEDWAY ENDS COMPETITION AFTER ACCIDENT 
By Judy McGee Timmons

  Path Valley Speedway's BDR Thunder Car Division had three laps remaining 
in their feature event when Austin Betz and Justin McKee got together; both 
racers going off the track, and Betz's racer making a hard hit to the infield 
guardrail which then caused the light pole to lean and the lighting to become 
inadequate for racing. Track owners/Officials immediately started to work 
with the situation; acknowledging both drivers to be unharmed but told to 
stay in their cars. 

  The decision was made to call the race for safety reasons and the timeframe 
needed to repair any issues; and give the win to Cameron Defenderfer, who 
was leading when the accident occurred. One feature had not been run for 
the night's agenda; so that feature will be run next week with the regular show. 

  Defenderfer and Lyle Barnes were at the top of the chart when the original 
green flag waved and they remained there till 17 laps later after major wheel to wheel competition between the two as they pulled away from third place runner, Jackson Eutzy, who was followed by Justin Rasp; and Ronald Garlock III as they ran non-stop till midrace when Kevin Bard, and Jake Shoup got together coming out of turn four, putting both racers in the pits. 

  The restart tightened the field as Eutzy put the pressure on Barnes and Garlock passed Justin Rasp to claim fourth place, where they remained till the race was called. Cameron Defenderfer had the best speed lap going 62.039 MPH and best lap time at 14.507 seconds. 

  Randy Kunkle Jr, and Jim Young were side by side at the wave of the green for the Macri Concrete 600 Sprints Feature event but Kunkle pulled to the lead as Sam Moyer, Joe Timmons and Darren Kauffman followed for the top five. Shawn Jacoby exited the track with three laps in; then Brandon Shearer did a 180 turn on the backstretch bringing out the first caution. The reline had Kunkle, Young, Moyer, Timmons and Bradley Weber in a front to back tight line as they anxiously approached the wave of the green. Kunkle stayed in the lead but Young put on the pressure while Joe Timmons came from sixth starting spot to get by Moyer and claim third. Kunkle started to gain momentum as the laps went by without incident till lap ten when Dylan Anderson developed issues in turn three causing him to drop out. The restart showed Kunkle in the lead where he stayed till the finish; collecting the checkered ahead of Jim Young, Joe Timmons, Sam Moyer and Bradley Weber. Kunkle logged the best lap speed at 78.719 MPH and best lap time at 11.433 seconds for his green to checkered win. Kauffman received the Hard Charger award. 

  Scott Frack and Austin Reed led the PASS 305 Sprint drivers to the green with Frack taking the lead and Reed in his tracks. Timmy Bitner, Ken Duke Jr., and Garrett Bard were running in the top five. Frack was leading the 18 car field doing speeds of over 77 MPH and making a lap in 11.644 seconds. Jimmy White pitted his racer after logging three laps but the remaining sixteen racers never stopped. Reed controlled second; Timmy Bitner, third; Ken Duke came from sixth starting position spot to fourth by lap three {passing the racer of Kruz Kepner} giving him control of fourth place. Eighth place starter Garrett Bard moved into the top five spot after also moving past Kepner on lap nine. The top five stayed in their positions as they ran for 25 laps, non-stop in 5 ½ minutes. Drew Young received the Hard Charger Award for bringing his racer from 18th starting position to 13th at the finish. 

  Polesitter Mike Corbin took the lead on green in the EMOD feature ahead of Alyssa Rowe but encountered a caution before a lap was recorded. Doug Ostwald got out of control in turn four resulting in his ride going to the pits and a restart being formed. Mike Corbin; Justin Milburn; Brad Kling: Rick Singleton and Mike Duck were in the top five spots as the flagman waved green on the reline, recording two laps before second place runner, Milburn; got his racer going in the wrong direction in turn three; creating another restart with Corbin, Rowe, Kling, Singleton and Mike Duck waiting for action. 

  Donny Smith got his racer out of line in turn four, putting him to the rear. On green, Corbin, Rowe, and Kling bundled into a threesome for control of the top spot. Corbin maintained the position; gaining some space as Rowe and Kling continued to battle for second, for 14 laps; Kling taking the spot on lap 15. Mike Corbin led the racers to the checkered, and being followed by Kling, Rowe. Singleton, Duck and Jason Kipp. Brad Kling had the best lap speed at 66.598 MPH and lap time of 13.514 seconds. 

  The Legends feature event started with a 7 car collision immediately after the green flag was shown. All racers returned to the rear of the circuit except Brady Dillon, who entered the pits.  A full field of 24 cars relined for the restart, with Tyler Kaylor and Devin Friese in the hot seats. Kaylor pulled out for the first lap lead but Chris Transeau moved by him and took control of the lead. Choya Young came from sixth starting position to pull into second and Jeremy Ott taking third after passing Preston Alleman and Kaylor. Transeau stayed in the lead for eight laps till Ott put the pressure on; getting by him to claim first on lap nine. Transeau held second; with Devin Friese in third; Alleman in fourth and Bill Diehl maintaining fifth. Twelve laps were on the books when a caution was thrown for Kaylor and Wes Alleman between turns three and four. Ott remained in the lead, with Transeau; Friese, Diehl, and Alleman in pursuit. A caution on lap thirteen for Bryan Green tightened the reline and Transeau did not hesitate to make a move on Ott as they went wheel to wheel on green. Ott moved forward as Transeau & Kaylor were now door to door in a battle for second place when another caution for Preston Allemen who got his racer turned in front of the flagman's stand. Two laps were remaining when Wes Alleman's machine stopped going into turn three; having to be towed, creating another restart with Ott; Transeau; Diehl; Friese and Seth Kearchner in the top five where they remained as Ott led them to the checkered. Jeremy Ott held the best lap speed with 66.065 MPH and best lap time at 13.623 seconds.  

  Path Valley Speedway returns to racing July 2 with the T.A. Ward Construction 270 Sprints; BDR Racing Products 4 Cyl Thunder Cars; Metzler's Auto Truck & Trailer Wingless Super Sportsman; Penn Mar Vintage; TB's Body Shop 4 Cyl Strictly Stocks {2 features}; Macri Concrete 600 Sprints. The 600 Sprints will be racing the Trip Kone/Dan Little Memorial which will pay $1,1129.92 to win! For info go to www.pathvalley.com 



ATTENTION DRIVERS
(Posted 6/19/22)

Effective immediately classes with less than 10 cars will have hot laps and feature only!
Austin Betz car comes to a rest after crashing into the light pole after a racing incident during the thunder car feature 
Kids Night returns to Path Valley on July 23rd, 2022. As we prepare for this year's Kids Night anyone who wished to volunteer to help hand out prizes or if you wish to donate please see Luke & Nicole Lenker at the track. Prizes to donate include but are not limited to bikes, fishing poles, nerf guns, tackle boxes, scooters, etc. 

Kids Night will feature the Metzler's Auto Truck & Trailer Wingless Super Sportsman along side the Central PA Legends Summer Slam sponsored by Dr. Zach Crouse. The T.A Ward Construction 270cc & Macri Concrete 600cc micros sprints will also be on the card along with the BDR Racing Supplies 4 Cyl. Thunder Cars, and TB's Body Shop 4 Cyl. Strictly Stocks. 

Prizes will be handed out throughout the evening with an autograph session on the track during intermission. Gates will open at 4PM with warm ups at 6PM.