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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
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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. 
Saturday, September 23rd
CAM Superline Night
Metzler's Auto, Truck & Trailer Wingless Super Sportsman + T.A Ward Construction 270cc Micros + Macri Concrete 600cc Micros + BDR Racing Products 4 Cylinder Thunder Cars + TB's Body Shop 4 Cylinder Strictly Stocks 


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

(This needs completed before entering the race. Click to download)
USAC National Sprint Series 2021
Jim Young in victory lane 5-14-22
Cameron Smith in victory lane 5-14-22
BRADY PAULL WINS T.A. WARD CONSTRUCTION SPONSORED $500.00 PURSE AT PATH VALLEY
By Judy McGee Timmons

Brady Paull and Cory Myers were in the front row positions when the flag waved green in the T.A. Ward Construction sponsored 270 Sprints feature event with Myers in the lead and Paull in his tracks till lap sixteen when Bill Laughman and 16 lap leader, Myers; made contact resulting in Paull taking the lead position for the final four laps to collect a $500.00 purse. 

Kyle Hendershot had pulled into third behind Myers and Paull while Adrian Shaffer and Lake Laughman held the top five. Eight laps were logged when Zachary Glass got all wheels against the backstretch wall. retiring to the pits; Myers, Paull, Hendershot, Lake Laughman and Adrian Shaffer were the top five on the restart till lap 11 when Bill Laughman got by Shaffer for fifth where they ran for six laps before Stephanie Welk got into the turn three infield, eliminating her racer for the evening. On the restart, traveling out of turn one, Myers and Bill Laughman got together putting both vehicles out of the race. Paull pulled into the lead taking the remainder of the 20 lap feature to the checkered. Cory Myers had the fastest lap going 75.598 MPH in 11.905 seconds.

The rumble and roar of the Metzler Auto Truck, Trailer Wingless Super Sportsman ignited from the entry ramp as they came on to the oval with Vaughn Williams and Dexter Ehrenzeller at the front on green; but third place starter, Rohan Beasley; fifth place starter Jason Failor and eighth place starter Trent Yoder were the top three by lap three as the racers ran non-stop meeting the rear of the field by midrace. Yoder passed Failor on lap six, putting the pressure on Beasley, and taking the lead on lap nine; as eleventh place starter, Derek Sheaffer, pulled into the top five. Yoder maintained his lead position, logging a lap at over 70 MPH in less than 13 seconds. as Beasley held on to second place; Failor and Billy Brian had some wheel to wheel time with Brian pulling into third position as Yoder led the 16 car field to the checkered. Failor was fourth and Matt Cisney claimed the top five position; while Steve Wilbur came from 15th starting position to finish sixth.  

Brian Kramer pulled from his pole position to the lead on green in the Macri Concrete 600 Sprint feature event, but fourth place starter, Jim Young, took over the top spot on lap three taking control of the circuit for the remaining 17 laps. On lap five, Keith Blumenstein and Jansen Strine stopped on the frontstretch with Blumenstein exhibiting issues when leaving the track after track personale went to assist him. Blumenstein and Strine both pitted their racers as Young led the field to green ahead of Kramer, Joe Timmons, Aiden Hare and Dan Bair for the top five runners; where they stayed till a caution came out for Chase Roussey on lap 12, putting him to the rear.

The racers relined, tightening the gap between the cars as Young held the top spot on green, followed by Kramer, Timmons, Hare and Hoyt Mohr. Five laps were remaining when Randy Kunkle, Chase Roussey and Joe Timmons got together out of turn three, putting the racers all to the rear and Mason Peters moving into 4th place. Young finished out the remaining five laps, taking the checkered flag ahead of Kramer, Mason Peters, Hare and Dan Bair,
Jim Young had the best lap speed traveling 79.576 MPH in 11.310 seconds. 

The Classic Racing series feature began with Bill Brown Jr. and Jimmy Combs going wheel to wheel on green with Dylan Brown and Joe Brown running inches behind. Six laps were complete when Nate Todt got his racer into the infield coming out of turn two; putting the # 07 to the rear. Brown and Combs remained at the top on reline as Dylan Brown took control of third and Roland Brown moved by Joe Brown to claim fourth. Dylan Brown took control of third and Roland Brown moved by Joe Brown to claim fourth. Dylan Brown moved into second on lap eight but Roland Brown was " Moving on up" as he went wheel to wheel with Dylan Brown; then pulling beside leader Bill Brown, resulting in more side by side competition as Roland Brown took the lead. Four laps remained until the checkered when Justin Bucher got loose coming out of turn four, giving him a rear position. Roland Brown took the checkered ahead of Dylan Brown, Bill Brown Jr, Jimmy Combs. and Conner Cantwell for the top five finishers. 

The T.B's Body Shop Strictly Stocks had Tiana Anderson and Cody Beaver at the front when the green waved with Tiana pulling to the lead and seventh place starter, Justin Williamson pulling into second by lap two. Jimmy Moyer closed in on Williamson while Beaver held fourth and Anthony Varner came from ninth starting spot to take over fifth. Seven laps were logged when Jesse Matney slowed on the backstretch; went to the pits; then returned to the rear. Williamson was at the front on the restart after going wheel to wheel with Anderson, but maintaining the lead. Eleven laps were complete when Beaver slowed down in turn four, pitting and returning to the rear. Williamson led the field to the green with Anderson, Moyer, Varner, and Jason Goss in the top five spots. Moyer pulled beside Anderson as they battled for second place; Moyer claiming the position on lap 15. Anthony Varner was running fourth when contact was made putting his racer into a wild flip into turn one. All motors stopped; the crowd was silent till Varner got out of the racer; receiving cheers from the crowd. His car was towed to the pits as Williamson took the racers to the checkered flag; followed by Moyer, Anderson, Goss and Bentley Williamson. Jimmy Moyer had the best lap speed at 64.572 MPH and lap time of 13.938 seconds.

A full field of BDR Racing Products Thunder cars were escorted to the green by Ronnie Garlock and Robert McQuade with Garlock taking the lead for two laps till Charlie Stallman and Jason Erwin got into a tangle resulting in a pit stop to change flat tires. Jeremy Ott pulled into the lead spot follwed by Jeremy Eutzy, Jackson Eutzy, Doug Sales, and Cheyenne Ingram for the top five. Ten laps were logged when issues with Doug Bigler, Eli Yoder, and Jason Erwin put all three drivers to the rear. Jeremy Ott held his lead thru a caution for Tara Kerlin after her racer came to a stop out of turn three.; taking his competitors to the finish, collecting the checkered flag ahead of Jeremy Eutzy, Jackson Eutzy, Doug Sales and Cameron Defenderfer. Justin Rasp had the best speed lap at 62.718 MPH in 14.35 seconds.

PATH VALLEY SPEEDWAY RETURNS TO RACING SEPT. 24TH WITH THE BDR RACING 4 CYLINDER THUNDER CARS; THE MACRI CONCRETE 600 SPRINTS; THE METZLER AUTO TRUCK AND TRAILER WINGLESS SUPER SPORTSMAN; THE T.A. WARD CONSTRUCTION 270 SPRINTS AND THE TB's BODY SHOP STRICTLY STOCKS.  

WANT TO BECOME A QUEEN?? PATH VALLEY SPEEDWAY NOW HAS APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2023 RACING SEASON " MISS PATH VALLEY SPEEDWAY". THEY ARE LOCATED AT THE NOVELTY STAND OR CALL JUDY AT 717-477-8221 AND LEAVE MESSAGE. THE CONTEST WILL BE HELD OCTOBER 15TH DURING INTERMISSION.

WALT BIGLER TO BE HONORED WITH WSS 93 LAPPER

Long time car owner, Walt Bigler, plans to retire from racing after the 2022 season. 
Bigler, who is 88 years old has fielded a car since 1952 with various drivers. 
On Saturday October 1st, 2022 Path Valley Wingless Sportsman will be at 
Path Valley Speedway for what normally is the Wingless Sportsman 40 Lapper. 
 This race is now 93 laps to Celebrate 72 years of the Iconic Walt Bigler #93. 

The night will start with timed hot laps with a Quick Time award of $93 in 
memory of JC founder of VaPaR. This group camps on the hill during many big 
shows at Path Valley.  

Amber's Rustic Elegance Nail & Lash Bar will sponsor $50 for each heat race winner.
Laps are being sponsored by racers, teams, and businesses for the entire 93 laps. 
 How this works: Each lap has a sponsor or multiple sponsors. The leader of that lap 
will earn that money on top of their regular payout. So someone could lead every lap 
and leave with a pocket full of cash!! (Sponsors listed at the end of this post).

Ozio Door Service and Brooks Grapix have teamed up to give $250 to the hard charger of the 93 Lap feature.

Ozio Door Service also sponsoring $150 Hard Luck Award for the feature.

This person "Nobody from Nowhere" will make this a guaranteed $250 to start race!
Winsett Racing is sponsoring the finishing positions 4 and 7 with an extra $50 to each.
Rohan Beasley Racing is putting up $100 for the highest finisher that hasn't won a race in 2022.
Much more to come as this is building fast!

If you would like to sponsor a lap feel free to reach out to myself, Amy Murphy Steve Wilbur or Luke Lenker and we'll be happy to help you get on the list.

The following folks have put money into the laps.
Teal Beard with WRT
Sam Leonard
Nathan Hauck
Rohan Beasley
VaPaR
Billy Brian Jr
Jack Liddick
Brian Nace
Vaughn Williams
Adam Meir
Johnathan Clay
Trent Yoder and parents
Steve Wilbur
Kevin Gutshall
Bob Gutshall
Donnie Roush
Paul Bigler
Rhome Family Motorsports
Len Ozio
Derek Sheaffer
Michael Smith
2023 Reserved Parking

Reserved parking only can be renewed starting on 9-17-22 until the banquet on 11-12-22. After the banquet, spot rentals are first come first serve. General admission spots for 2023 will be $40 and pit spots will be $50 for the season. 


2023 Banquet

Tickets will be on sale from 9-24-22 until 10-29-22. You MUST buy a ticket and be present at the banquet to receive your award. 

**For tickets or to reserve your parking spot please see Vicki in the tower at the speedway**