Racing every Friday & Saturday night since 1987 on our 1/4 mile banked clay oval
Warm ups at 7:00PM
Warm ups at 7:00PM
General Admission and Pit Gates open at 5:00PM
Please check the schedule
for special event times
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Path Valley Speedway 17911 Dry Run Road, Spring Run, PA 17262
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Path Valley Speedway lost part of our family on November 23, 2015
June O'Donnell passed on to a better place, and she will be sorely missed by all of us at the track. If you ever entered the pit gates June's smiling face was one of the first you would see. June and her husband, Ron, have been with Path Valley Speedway for 16+ years and we won't be the same without her.
Condolences and prayers to her family and friends.
Rest easy June and God Bless You.
Thank you to our 2017 Division Sponsors
Wingless Super Sportsman: Metzler Auto, Truck and Trailer 270cc Micro: Hollar's Construction/SpeedPartz
4 Cyl. Thunder Cars: Melvin's Auto RepairACMS 600 Stocks:Cornerstone Financial Partners, Inc.
Please check out our sponsors page to get phone numbers, and view our sponsors website
Zack Newlin in victory lane after winning the 305 Sprint car opener on 3-25-17
Craig Ramich in victory lane after winning the E-mod feature on 3-25-17
Todd Leonard in victory lane after winning the Wingless Super Sportsman opener on 3-24-17
Hayden Miller in victory lane after winning the 600cc sprint car feature on 3-25-17
Hap Swope Construction
717 - 496 - 5079
Todd Parson Logging
717 - 348 - 7911
Chad Myers in victory lane after winning the 270cc micro sprint feature on 8-27-16
Brent Marks in victory lane after winning the 410 Sprint car feature on 8-28-16
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.
Heaven gained another angel on December 21, 2016 as we learned of the passing of Austin Gelwicks. Gelwicks competed in the 4 Cyl. Thunder Car division and was the 2014 Rooke of the Year. He was a student at the Fannett Metal Junior-Senior High School. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family, and friends. His smiling face, and positive attitude will be sorely missed here at the speedway.
The Central PA Legends will compete in the Summer Slam on Saturday, June 24th. This race will be a $500 to win 30 lap feature event for the Legends. The legends normal purse has also been double throughout the field. Watch the promo video for more information about this exciting event.
Drivers you will also need to make sure you activate your transponder online in order for them to work at the track. To activate your transponder complete the steps on the transponder tab on the website. Transponder locations can be found under the transponder tab on the website in addition to in the rules.
Drivers please have the drivers information/tax sheet filled out before drawling your pill this year. This sheet needs to be filled out to its fullest and legibly. We will be using these sheets to enter information into the transponder system in addition Mike uses them to announce.
On Sunday, June 4th the Appalachian Mountain Super Late Model series invades the 1/4 mile clay oval for its second season. Last years race proved to be one of the best of the season as Jason Covert, and Gregg Satterlee battled it out side by side for over ten laps. Covert would go on to later win the race and return to victory lane at Path Valley where he started his career.
Covert was at the speedway earlier in 2017 as a spectator and stated that he cannot wait to get back on the clay of Path Valley Speedway stating, "The track was good for the Appalachian race, and it is just as good now". Will Jason Covert be able to capture another win this season, or will another competitor be able to beat him and claim the title of King of the Bull Ring and the $4,000 paycheck.
Jason Covert's emotional interview in 2016 after winning the Appalachian Mountain Speedweek show at Path Valley
On Sunday, May 21st the United Racing Club (URC) make their first ever debut at The Little Track With Big Action with "Thunder at the Valley" for a cool $2,000 to win event. The URC will be WINGLESS at this event with it being only the second time the 360 sprints have removed their wings.
The winged 600cc micros will also be on the card paying $1,000 to win
Military Appreciation Night returns to Path Valley Speedway on Friday,
May 26th with the debut of the Mason Dixon Shootout Late Model Series
along side the Wingless Super Sportsman, Mini Stocks, 4 Cyl. Thunder Cars, V-8 Super Stocks and Street Stocks. More details pertaining this event will be out soon.