Thursday, March 25, 2021

Three Divisions of Racing to Highlight Saturday Night Program at Port Royal Speedway


By- Justin Snyder 

Port Royal Speedway- PORT ROYAL, Penn. (March 24, 2021)- Port Royal Speedway is set to return to green-flag action this coming Saturday with their second three-division show of the 2021 season. 

The Weikert’s Livestock 410 Sprint Cars will again be racing for $4000 to win, along with the River Valley Builders Super Late Models competing for $3000 to win. Lastly the Selinsgrove Ford Limited Late Models will round out the card racing for $1200. 

Gates Open at 1:00pm EST with racing set to kick off at 4:00pm EST. General admission is $20, Students $10 and pit admission is $30. 

In two nights of 410 Sprint Car racing this year, there have been two separate winners. Lance Dewease opened up the season with a victory, while FloRacingAll Star Circuit of Champions invader Justin Peck picked up his first career victory at the Speed Palace last week. Peck held off a hard charging Anthony Macri, Logan Wagner, Dylan Cisney and Mike Wagner to claim the $4000 prize. 

Valley Supply Inc. Will once again be offering a $200 hard charger award and fans will again have an opportunity to get in on the action with frisbees reflecting the finishing position of the hard charger offering $30 or potential race tickets for the following weekend.  

The J&S Fabrication Warrior Award will also be in effect this weekend and somebody will again receive a cool $1000 courtesy of Jim and Sandy Kline. Lucas Wolfe received the bonus on opening day when the luck of the draw selected the number 19 and last week it was Tyler Reeser taking home the cash after the number 23 was selected. The number will be drawn in victory lane this weekend and drivers finishing in the position seventh on back will be eligible to take home the bonus. 

Macri and Cisney currently are tied at the top of the season points standings and they hold a slim 5-point advantage over both Peck and Logan Wagner. Blaine Heimbach enters the weekend fifth and trails first by only 30 markers. 

In Super Late Model competition, it was Gregg Satterlee sweeping the weekend’s ULMS features for his 10th and 11th career Port Royal triumphs. Satterlee announced after last weekend’s race that he plans to take this weekend off so there will likely be a new winner this weekend. Virginia’s Trevor Feathers picked up the opening day triumph and will be looking to make it two this season. 

Satterlee currently holds the points lead by an 80-point advantage over Delaware's Ross Robinson and a 95-point advantage over third-place Dylan Yoder. Gary Stuhler (-115) and Tyler Bare (-120) round out the top-five. 

George’s Used Car Sales will again be offering up a $200 hard charger award to the driver advancing the most positions during the feature. To be eligible, drivers must be carrying a George’s decal that can be obtained at the track.

The Limited Late Models will be making their second appearance of the season and it was Matt Parks picking up his first career victory in the division last weekend. Parks earned $1300 courtesy of a $100 add on from Zachary Knepp last weekend and will be looking to make it back-to-back wins this weekend. Parks topped Andrew Yoder, Dillan Stake, Logan Roberson and Donnie Farling to claim the victory. 

For fans choosing to watch from home, racing activities will again be available via PPV streaming on FloRacing and information regarding purchase can be found at 

Stay tuned to our various social media outlets and website for any potential changes and updates throughout the week. 

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