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

Start Times

Friday Night
Warm ups at 7:00PM

Saturday Night
Warm ups at 7:00PM

General Admission and Pit Gates open at 5:00PM 
both nights

Please check the schedule 
for special event times
Email us at
Path Valley Speedway 17911 Dry Run Road, Spring Run, PA 17262

Please continue to check the announcements page for updates
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.
Upcoming Events
Thank you to our 2018 Division Sponsors

Wingless Super Sportsman: Metzler Auto, Truck and Trailer                                      270cc Micro: Hollar's Construction LLC

Steel Block Late Models: American Racer & Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic                        600cc Micro: Macri Concrete

E-Mods: American Racer

​Please check out our sponsors page to get phone numbers and view our sponsors website
Featured Videos
Dillan Stake in victory lane after winning the Mason Dixon Late Model Series feature on September 1st
Randy Kunkle, Jr. in victory lane after winning the 600 Sprints feature on August 26th
Derek Sheaffer in victory lane after winning the Wingless Super Sportsman feature on August 26th
Jeff Foster in victory lane after winning the Strictly Stock feature on August 25th
Hap Swope Construction
Harrisonville, PA
717 - 496 - 5079

Todd Parson Logging
717 - 348 - 7911
Charlie Stallman in victory lane after winning the Austin Gelwicks Memorial in the Thunder Cars on September 1st
Pat Bealer in victory lane after winning the 270cc Sprints feature on August 26th
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. 
We are proud to announce our next renovation project here at the speedway...the bathrooms! Billy Doyle, owner of Doyle's HVAC Service heating, plumbing and air conditioning will be doing some bathroom renovations for us in the up coming weeks. Doyle's HVAC is located right up from the speedway in Dry Run, PA. We welcome Billy as a fine marketing partner and supporter here at the speedway and look forward to working with him.
2018 Speedway Upgrades
The 2017 winter projects are underway as we prepare for racing season. This year there are several updates taking place around the speedway. One of the bigger updates is the renovation of the bathrooms. Thanks to David Hollar of Hollar's Construction and Billy Doyle of Doyle's HVAC Services the bathrooms have been torn apart and reconstructed and are nearing completion. Tod Ward continues to play an instrumental part in the upgrades around the track as well as he is constructing a winners podium in addition to preparing ground for another set of bleachers. Special thanks to Gary McGee for the use of his dozer, and Phil Boden for bringing it to us to move ground. Head flagman, Steve Murphy has also begun to hang new lighting around the track. Our LED lighting project has been placed on hold due to not having the amount of funds needed; however track owner, John Winsett, went and purchased several addition lights to help improve the speedway while we continue to gather funds for the lighting project. 
Path Valley Speedway Releases 2018 Schedule

For Immediate Release:
By Derek Stoy

The Path Valley Speedway has released its 2018 schedule and as usual, track owners John Winsett and Jack and Vicki Flowers have put forth an aggressive action packed 58 race schedule beginning in late March and ending mid October! Back for 2018 will be the Metzler's Auto Truck & Trailer Wingless Super Sportsman every other Friday night, including the ever so popular Kids Bike Giveaway night on July 13. Also, they will have their annual doubleheader weekend August 24th and 25th. Joining the wingless sportsman on August 25th are the 358 sprint cars. Sticking with full size sprint cars, the PASS/IMCA 305 series will visit the track numerous times throughout the year including three appearances in September. Also, the Pennsylvania Speedweek show for the 410 Sprints will be Sunday, July 1. Mark your calendars and get to the track early as you won’t want to miss this event! As always Saturday nights will provide some of the best micro sprint racing around with the Macri Concrete 600 sprints and the Hollars Construction 270 sprints appearing. Also, the Northeast Region 600 Stock Sprints Series will make numerous visits throughout the year. In a new twist to the schedule, the micro sprints will have six wingless shows speckled throughout the season as well.

New for this season will be the E-Mods trying to tame the high banked ¼ mile bullring every other Saturday night with a lone visit from the Mid Atlantic Modified Series on September 8th. Alternating Friday nights will feature the Hoosier Tire Mid Atlantic Steel Block late models and they will be topless on June 29th. The Mason Dixon Late Model Series will race on June 15th and August 31st.
Fridays will also feature 4-cylinder mini stocks and thunder cars throughout the season, Along with V-8 Superstocks. Also new for the 2018 season will be a Novice Class and a Veteran class for the 4 cylinder strictly stocks racers. 

For you two-wheel racing fans, the AMA motorcycles visit the track twice in 2018 on June 16th and August 26th. They will be joined by the quads as well on both nights.
Numerous memorial races are scheduled throughout the year remembering those who were deeply involved with racing at Path Valley Speedway in years past. These races include The Mike O’Brien Memorial weekend on July 20th and 21st. The Mike Holley Memorial on August 4th and the June O’Donnell Memorial the following weekend on August 10th.

Last but certainly not least the month of October brings the season to a close with the 18th annual Stock Car Showdown and Sprint Car Nationals on the 6th and 13th respectively.
You can obtain more information on the exciting 2018 schedule by visiting our website at Or by following us on social media via twitter @ PVSpeedway or on Facebook
Saturday, March 17th
Open Practice - All divisions welcome
Gates open at 11am
Practice Noon - 4pm

Pit Gate - $15
Track Fee - $15
General Admission - Free

Sunday, March 18th 
Open Practice - All divisions welcome
Gates open at 11am
Practice Noon - 4pm

Pit Gate - $15
Track Fee - $15
General Admission - Free

Strictly stock drivers if you would like the tech crew to look at your car before the season starts to determine if you are in the novice, or veteran class there will be staff available to do this on bug days.  Please look over the rules and make yourself familiar with them. 

Please continue to watch the Facebook and Website for any cancellations that may occur. You may also sign up for the RainedOut Text messaging service with the link provided on the Schedule page
Reserved Parking will be on sale starting on Bug Days. You must pay for the spot before it can be reserved. You may email Vicki at to reserve your spot as well. 
Important PA Turnpike Information

Late last year, the PA Turnpike introduced a “cashless” payment machine, called a Ticket Processing Machine (TPM) at Exit #189. Previously the payment machine there did accept debit or credit cards as part of a pilot started in 2015. 

However, now when non-E-ZPass customers pull up to the new TPM at the Willow Hill Interchange in Franklin County, they scan the barcode on their toll ticket and press a button for their transaction record. An in-lane camera captures the image of their license plate, and the vehicle owner is mailed a TOLL BY PLATE bill (cash rate) within two weeks. There will be no toll collectors at this interchange.