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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. 
​Path Valley Speedway Banquet

When: November 12th, 2022
Where: Pleasant Hall Fire Company
9722 Cumberland Hwy, Pleasant Hall, PA 17246
Doors open at 4:30PM
Meal at 5:30PM
Awards at 7:00PM
$40 per ticket​

Sent your money along with your name, division and car number to:
Path Valley Speedway Park
PO Box 273
Bainbridge, PA 17502

ANYONE WANTING TO DONATE DOOR PRIZES TO THE BANQUET PLEASE BRING THEM THAT EVENING. 


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

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USAC National Sprint Series 2021
Jim Young in victory lane 5-14-22
Cameron Smith in victory lane 5-14-22
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. 


"BULLRING NATIONALS" END SEASON AT PATH VALLEY SPEEDWAY
By Judy McGee Timmons

  Path Valley Speedway ended their 2022 racing season Saturday night with the "Bullring Nationals" highlighting their six main divisions in racing.

  The BDR Racing 4 Cylinder Thunder Cars started the event with Doug Sales and Jake Shoup at the front on green. Sales pulled to the front as Shoup left the circuit after three laps giving Logan Epply a third place position, followed by Justin Rasp. Jason Erwin and Parker Starr. Sales and Updegraff went into battle mode as they competed for the top spot; making contact in lap seven which resulted in Sales slowing down on the backstretch and coasting out of turn three from where he had to be towed. Updegraff led the reline to green with Logan Epply, Rasp, Erwin, and Starr in the top five spots with 18 laps remaining.
   
  The competition became tense as the racers all moved forward to gain placement for the finish. Rasp moved in on Epply as Starr moved in on Rasp; putting Rasp in second and Starr in third on lap ten. The middle of the field became a complete change in position as the racers put the pedal down resulting in 9th place starter, Travis Burkholder; passing Travis Perry, & Erwin on lap 13, then going wheel to wheel with Epply, taking fourth place on lap 20. Perry held the fifth place finish behind Updegraff; Rasp, Starr & Burkholder as they crossed the finish line, collecting the checkered flag. Updegraff had the fastest lap and time going 62.7 MPH in 14 seconds. 

  The roar of the Cordell Construction Late Model engines filled the oval as Chuck Cox and Kyle Lear led the racers to the green with Lear pulling to the first lap lead. Steve Lowery encountered misfortune early; hitting the backstretch wall with only two laps complete; putting him out of competition for the evening. The reline was Lear, Cox, Shyann Smith, Jaxton Garman, and Niklas Stoudt running in the top five. 

  Lear started to pull away from the field by lap five increasing his lead as he entered the turns sideways and left the turns sideways, clocking in at 74 MPH at his fastest speed and rounding the oval in 12 seconds. Lear put his racer into lapped traffic by lap 11; slowing him down from his 3/4 lap lead; zigzagging through the competition to avoid contact. Cox and Smith went into door to door action in the last three laps. with Smith taking the second place finish; Cox, third; then Garman and Stoudt. for the top five finishers.

  The Metzler Auto Truck Trailor Wingless Super Sportsman had Trent Yoder and Steve Wilbur chauffeuring them to the green with Wilbur taking the lead ahead of Yoder as fifth place starter, Craig Perigo, pulled to third by lap four. Wilbur held control of the circuit for 20 laps before Craig Perigo made his move' passing Wilbur. Wilbur kept the pressure on as Yoder maintained third till Billy Brian Jr. and Brett Perigo pulled their racers in front of him. The top five battled lap traffic but held their positions with Craig Perigo taking the win. Wilbur passed the line in second place but clocked only two seconds behind the winner. Steve Wilbur, driving the 2JX ' Failor machine, had the fastest lap of the 30 lap feature event going over 68 MPH in 13.16 seconds.

  Tod Ward of T.A. Ward Construction and sponsor for the 270 sprint car division lit up the sky over the racetrack with fireworks as the 270's entered the oval for their 25 lap feature race. Bill Laughman shared the front of the 22 car field with Zach Glass; as they met the green together, with Laughman pulling to the lead. Cory Schmuck Jr; Ryan McAndrew and Lake Laughman pulled by Glass to fill in the top five positions. Five laps were complete when Noah Martin came to a stop in turn three and was pushed to the pits. The restart had the top five still in order where they remained till lap 10 when Bradyn Kuhn moved from his ninth starting position to fifth place. The racers ran non-stop for 12 laps with Kodiak Hockensmith exiting the oval on lap 16 before Jason Houtz brought out a caution on lap 18, when his racer came to a stop in turn three. Hunter Forsythe also entered the pit area on lap 18 putting a reline into effect with Laughman, Schmuck, McAndrew, Lake Laughman and Bradyn Kuhn sitting in the top five spots. Chad Myers brought out a caution on lap 19, putting his ride to the pits while the top five relined for the green' with Laughman still in control.

  Four laps were yet to run when a three car accident initiated another caution putting Tyler Brown to the pits as Brady Paull and Cory Stabley went to the rear. The final restart had Laughman at the front; followed by Schmuck, McAndrew, Cory Myers and Bradyn Kuhn in the top five. Myers and Kuhn passed McAndrew moving up as Bill Laughman took the win ahead of Schmuck, Cory Myers,Kuhn and Ryan McAndrew for the top five finishers.
After the racers entered the tech building, a disqualification took place moving Myers, Kuhn, McAndrew and Lake Laughman to the top five. Bill Laughman had the fastest lap speed traveling 75.853 MPH in 11.865 seconds. Tod Ward again furnished the drivers and fans with a sky covering of fireworks and sponsored a $1000.00 check to Bill Laughman.

  The Macri Concrete 600 Sprints were next on the racing card being escorted to the green by Chad Waite and Jaden Wolf. Wolf took the lead with Reese Nowitarski, Waite, Rodney Westhaver and Kameron Morral taking the top five spots on lap five. On lap seven Nowitarski and Wolf were side by side for the lead with Morral passing Westhaver to take over fourth. Mike Rynard went to the pits with nine laps complete as Ayden Hare did a 180 going into turn two putting him to the rear. The restart put Wolf at the top and Morral in second place ahead of Nowitarski, Waite and Westhaver.

  Maddie Boyd got her racer going in the opposite direction in turn three putting it sideways then entering the pits on lap 11. The reline put Morral inches behind Wolf, with the two top rummers immediately going into a battle on green' passing the lead back and forth till lap eighteen when Wolf and R.J. Rossi made contact on the front stretch, becoming hooked together putting the leader to the rear. Morral took the lead spot where he remained till the checkered, followed by Nowitarski, Rodney Westhafer, Chad Waite, and Cody West for the top five. Kameron Morral had the fastest lap, going 79.309 MPH in a lap time of 11.348. seconds.  

  T.B.'s Body Shop Strictly Stock Feature Event started with Tiana Anderson in the lead with Cody Beaver in second till Justin Williamson came from third place and took over the lead.
  Steven Jacobs, Ron McCartney, and Cody Beaver all left the oval with three laps logged. The caution put Williamson, Anderson, Jason Goss, Latavin Spriggs and Jimmy Moyer in the top five. Williamson held the lead, collecting lapped traffic on lap seven, with Anderson holding on to her second spot, Goss in third, Moyer in fourth and Spriggs in fifth till lap 16 when he lost a tire out of turn three' his racer stopping out of turn two from which he was towed. Donald Betres moved into the fifth position, but another caution for Bryan Regitz and Raymond Goss, who got together out of turn two and Regitz getting together with Rhyann Arcq in turn four, putting two more racers to the pits. Williamson led on the restart taking the checkered ahead of Anderson, Moyer, Jason Goss and Donald Betres. Williamson had the fastest lap going 63.176 MPH in 14.246 seconds.

MACKENA GOSS 2023 MISS PATH VALLEY SPEEDWAY

RHYANN ARCQ, MISS PATH VALLEY SPEEDWAY 2022; PASSED 
DOWN HER CROWN TO MACKENA GOSS, MISS PATH VALLEY 
SPEEDWAY 2023 SATURDAY NIGHT WHEN A PANEL OF FIVE 
JUDGES CHOSE MACKENA AFTER SCORING CONTESTANTS 
IN NINE DIFFERENT CATEGORIES FROM QUESTIONS DRAWN 
BY CONTESTANTS; AND DELIVERED BY ANNOUNCER TONY 
HAMPTON.

  MACKENA IS A 20 YEAR OLD AND LIVES IN MIFFLINTOWN, PA. 
 HER FATHER, JASON GOSS IS A STRICTLY STOCK DRIVER.

  MACKENA SAID IT HAS ALWAYS BEEN A DREAM OF HERS TO BE "MISS PATH VALLEY SPEEDWAY" WHO SAYS DREAMS DON'T COME TRUE!

  KASSIE BEAVER OF SUNBURY, PA RECEIVED THE FIRST RUNNER UP POSITION. KASSIE WILL BE ASSISTING MACKENA IN THE 2023 PATH VALLEY SPEEDWAY RACING SEASON.