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
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Path Valley Speedway 17911 Dry Run Road, Spring Run, PA 17262

Upcoming Events
Thank you to our 2024 Path Valley Division Sponsors

600cc Micros: Macri Concrete                                                                               4 Cylinder Thunder Cars: Cisney's Auto Parts

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

Wingless Super Sportsman: Metzler's Auto, Truck & Trailer                             4 Cylinder Strictly Stocks: 

Legends: Zachary D Crouse DVM INC                                                                 Modifieds: Kathy Baker Coldwell Banker Realty  

​Please check out our sponsors page to get phone numbers and view our sponsors website
2024 Driver Information/Tax Sheet
*Please include your email and those 17 years and younger will need a copy of your birth certificate*
*Must be completed before the racing program begins*
(Click link to download)
Path Valley to Host Super Late Models 3 Times in 2024

As winter makes temperatures outside cool down the 2024 season 
schedule has just began to heat up at Path Valley. With last 
years return and success, the Appalachian Mountain Super 
Late Models speedweek makes its trek back to the speedway 
on Tuesday, June 11th. A dicey forecast last year would 
produce a washout despite high car counts. 

Sunday, May 19th will prove to be a historic night for the 
speedway as the World of Outlaws Late Model series will 
invade the high banked clay oval for the first time. Some 
of the top drivers in the nation are expected to battle it 
out with the locals. 

The third visit for the Super Lates will be the return of 
Dr. Crouse's Night of Power on Friday, July 19th. The ULMS 
Super Late Models will be featured along side the PASS 305 
Sprints, and the Modifieds. 

After a successful outing in 2023, the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series will return to Path Valley Speedway on Friday, August 9th 2024. Last season we saw Oklahoma's Daison Pursley take the checkered flag over Jade Avedisian. A hard charging Gavin Miller would advance 11 places with Kyle Jones advancing 13 places in a hard fought race last season. The continued track improvements and addition of fresh clay should prove to be another exciting year for the Xtreme Midgets series at Path Valley. 
Saturday, May 25th
No Racing

​Saturday, May 31st
Mason Dixon 270 Sprints ($500 to win) + Metzler's Auto Truck & Trailer Wingless Super Sportsman + Macri Concrete 600cc Sprints + Cisney's Auto Parts 4 Cyl. Thunder Cars + Strictly Stocks

Gates open at 5PM
Warm ups at 7PM

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

Pit Gate w/membership - $30
Pit Gate w/o membership - $30 + $5

Saturday, June 1st

Mason Dixon 270 Sprints ($750 to win, $75 to start) + + Metzler's Auto Truck & Trailer Wingless Super Sportsman + Macri Concrete 600cc Sprints + Cisney's Auto Parts 4 Cyl. Thunder Cars + Strictly Stocks + East Coast Legends Series

**East Coast Legends Series make up feature from 4-27 to 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 - $30 + $5

Make up features from 4-27 will be on the following dates:

-6/1 East Coast Legends Series
-6/8 Cordell Construction Late Models and Kathy Baker Coldwell Banker Realty Modifieds
-6/15 T.A Ward Construction 270 & Macri Concrete 600 Sprints
T.A Ward Construction sponsors $500 to win & $1,000 to win 270 Sprints Shows at Path Valley Speedway

Tod Ward of T.A Ward Construction is set to sponsor four $500 to win and three 
$1,000 to winevents for the 270 Sprints in 2024. Ward, an avid sponsor for the 
270 sprints first $500 to win show will be on March 23 followed by April 27th. 
The 270 sprints will compete again for another $500 to win event on May 18th 
for Path Valley Restaurant Night.  The final $500 to win 
event will be on June 29th.

The first $1,000 to win event for the T.A Ward Construction 270 Sprints will 
take place on the Roy & Margaret McGee Memorial Night, which honors 
the speedways founding family. The T.A Ward Sprints will then race into 
September with another $1,000 to win event on Sept. 7th which is also the 
night of the Dan Little/Trip Kone Memorial for the 600 Sprints. Ward will 
then sponsor a final $1,000 to win event which is slated to take
place at Bull Ring Nationals held on October 26th. 

By Judy McGee Timmons

Bobby Pierce from Oakwood, Illinois received a $10,000.00 payoff Sunday evening at Path Valley Speedway, after starting in eight position in the "World of Outlaws Late Model feature event.
Nick Hoffman, & Mason Zeigler led the line of power to the green with Hoffman taking the lead position as Tyler Emory, Zeigler, Cody Overton, & Brandon Sheppard claimed the top five spots. Pierce pulled to 4th by lap 6, as Hoffman's racer showed signs of tire issues, resulting in the top runner losing positions but remaining in the competition. Zeigler held his lead as Sheppard, Ryan Gustin, Dennis Erb Jr. & Pierce were running in the top five with 10 of the 40 lap competition on the books. Pierce put the pedal down, driving his racer around Gustin & Erb, moving into 3rd place with 18 laps complete. Pierce held 3rd place for 8 laps, then put the pressure on Sheppard, as they ran side by side in heated competition.

An unbelievable show of driver expertise was shown as the entire field ran non-stop for several laps, bumper to bumper, wheel to wheel & two to three abreast as the fan packed bleachers followed every position change. Pierce gained control of second place & kept the hammer down as he continued forward to compete with Zeigler for the lead, who had been in control since the 3rd lap.

Zeigler & Pierce were racing for the lead as they met the back of the field, causing some challenges to stay in control. Pierce passed Zeigler as the final laps were in sight. The competition remained intense as Pierce, Zeigler, Sheppard, Gustin, & Erb maneuvered their racers thru the slower traffic, maintaining the top five positions as Pierce collected the checkered flag. Mason Zeigler had the best lap time traveling the quarter mile oval in 11.171 seconds.

Top Five Heat Finishers:  
Heat #1
Tyler Emory: King George, Va.  
Ryan Gustin: Marshalltown, Iowa
Tyler Bruening: Decorah, Iowa
Cade Dillard: Robeline, La.
Brent Larson: Lake Elmo, Minnesota

Heat #2
Mason Zeigler: Chalk Hill, Pa.  
Chris Madden: Gray Court, S.C.
Jamie Lathroum: Mechanicsville, MD.
Brian Shirley: Chatham, Ill.
Rick Eckert: York, Pa.

Heat #3
Cody Overton: Thomson, Ga.  
Bobby Pierce: Oakwood, Illinois
Dennis Erb Jr: Carpentersville, ILL.
Kyle Hardy: Stephens City, Va.
Dustin Sorensen: Rochester, Minnesots

Heat #4
Nick Hoffman: Mooresville, N.C.  
Brandon Sheppard: New Berlin, Ill.
Tristan Chamberlin: Richmond, Indiana
Kyle Bronson: Brandon, Florida
Matt Cosner: Ridgeley, W.Va.
The V8 Street Stock Division feature bagan with Rick Potter & Kody Sites on the pole positions. Potter took the lead on green with Sites, Tommy Dawson, Sammy Rial, & Russel Shoop for the top five. Kris Orwig left the circuit with three laps complete, as Potter held strong at the front, till lap 8 when he had contact in turn three, putting him temporarily in the pits and to the rear of the line, and passing the lead to Kody Sites, putting Sammy Rial, Tommy Dawson, Shoop, & Ryan Smith in the top five. Scott Dunham, John Catlett, & Mark Shorb left the line-up within the first 8 laps, followed by Jason Ammons after being in an accident, resulting in being towed to the pits. 

The reline was Sites, Rial, Tommy Dawson, Russel Shoop, & Ryan Smith for the top contenders, where they ran for 6 laps till 3rd place Tommy Dawson exited the track putting Sites, Rial, Smith, Shoop, & Chris Transeau at the top. Rick Potter had returned to the competition & brought his racer back to 4th position when another contact spun him, retiring his ride for the evening.
Three laps were remaining when Shoop & Chris Transeau had issues, with Shoop leaving the track & Transeau entering the pit area after his racer came to a stop out of turn 2 after smoke & sparks were visible. The final reline was Sites, Rial, Smith, Noah Kissinger, & Mike Goodwin, where they remained till the finish with Kody Sites taking the win. Kody Sites had the best lap traveling 69.461 MPH in 12.957 seconds.

Bobby Pierce pilots his way through the high banks of Path Valley to a World of Outlaws victory.  Photo by Teal Beard