Friday, December 31, 2021

Xtreme Outlaw Series’ Inaugural Tour Features 26 Events Sprint Cars will run 14 races presented by Low-E Insulation; Midgets have 12-race schedule


CONCORD, NC - December 30, 2021 - More pieces of the puzzle are coming together as the Xtreme Outlaw Series prepares for its inaugural season in 2022, announcing today schedules for the Xtreme Outlaw Sprints presented by Low-E Insulation and the Xtreme Outlaw Midgets.

“Since we announced the Xtreme Outlaw Series earlier this month, the momentum has continued to build,” said Brian Carter, World of Outlaws and DIRTcar Racing CEO. “Drivers have already committed to run each series, now we’re continuing that momentum by announcing schedules and sponsorship, with more to come as interest in each division is at a very high level.”

The Xtreme Outlaw Sprint Cars presented by Low-E Insulation will consist of 14 events, with the series champion taking home $20,000.  The Xtreme Outlaw Midgets are set for 12 events with their series champion taking home $10,000.  In efforts to work with existing sanctions bodies, the Series will closely follow POWRi/USAC rule books, with a few small changes.  Mandatory head and neck restraints, containments seats, along with the World of Outlaws’ wheel cover rule will be in place.


Kicking off the 14-race slate for the Xtreme Outlaw Sprints presented by Low-E Insulation is the debut on Monday & Tuesday, Feb. 14-15, during Volusia Speedway Park’s DIRTcar Nationals, where the Series will race with DIRTcar Late Models and the Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modifieds.

The non-wing stars will also race alongside the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars on April 8-9 at Missouri’s US-36 Raceway and Lake Ozark Speedway and join the World of Outlaws Late Models for a weekend at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 on June 24-25.

Another six standalone shows are scheduled for Lake Ozark (June 10-11), Illinois’ Jacksonville Speedway (Sept. 9) and Spoon River Speedway (Sept. 10), and Ohio’s Atomic Speedway (Oct. 7-8).

The season finale for the Xtreme Outlaw Sprint Series will go out with a bang featuring a $5,000-to-win and $10,000-to-win weekend on October 28-29 with the location being announced soon.

Championship points fund is as follows: 1. $20,000; 2. $10,000; 3. $6,000; 4. $5,000; 5. $4,500; 6. $4,000; 7. $3,500; 8. $3,000; 9. $2,500; 10. $2,000.


The Xtreme Outlaw Midgets will support the World of Outlaws Late Models at five races including the season opener at Farmer City (IL) Raceway on April 1-2, a Sunday show at Jacksonville (IL) Speedway on June 26, and a doubleheader at Davenport (IA) Speedway on Aug. 26-27.

On Monday & Tuesday, May 23-24, the Midgets will travel to North Carolina’s Millbridge Speedway for a star-studded event ahead of NASCAR’s huge Memorial Day Weekend events at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

The already prestigious Ironman 55 will grow bigger and better in 2022 as the Xtreme Outlaw Midgets join the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars for a trip to Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 on August 5-6.

An Oklahoma tripleheader will conclude the season with October 13 at Tulsa’s Port City Raceway —owned by 2005 World of Outlaws Rookie of the Year Shane Stewart — and then October 14-15 at Oklahoma City’s I-44 Riverside Speedway.

Championship points fund is as follows: 1. $10,000; 2. $7,000; 3. $5,000; 4. $4,000; 5. $3,000; 6. $2,500; 7. $2,000; 8. $1,500; 9. $1,200; 10. $1,000.

Xtreme Outlaw Sprints presented by Low-E Insulation 2022 Schedule:

Mon-Tues, Feb. 14-15: Volusia Speedway Park (Barberville, FL) - $5,000/$10,000
Fri, April 8: US-36 Raceway (Osborn, MO) - $5,000
Sat, April 9: Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO) - $5,000
Fri-Sat, June 10-11: Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, MO) - $5,000/$6,000
Fri-Sat, June 24-25: Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 (Pevely, MO) - $5,000/$6,000
Fri, September 9: Jacksonville Speedway (Jacksonville, IL) - $5,000
Sat, September 10: Spoon River Speedway (Canton, IL) - $5,000
Fri-Sat, October 7-8: Atomic Speedway (Waverly, OH) - $5,000/$6,000
Fri, October 28:  TBA - $5,000
Sat, October 29: TBA - $10,000

Xtreme Outlaw Midgets 2022 Schedule:

Fri-Sat, April 1-2: Farmer City Raceway (Farmer City, IL) - $4,000/$4,000
Mon-Tues, May 23-24: Millbridge Speedway (Salisbury, NC) - $4,000/$4,000
Sun, June 26: Jacksonville Speedway (Jacksonville, IL) - $4,000
Fri-Sat, August 5-6: Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 (Pevely, MO) - $4,000/$5,000
Fri-Sat, August 26-27: Davenport Speedway (Davenport, IA) - $4,000/$4,000
Thur, October 13: Port City Raceway (Tulsa, OK) - $5,500
Fri-Sat, October 14-15: I-44 Riverside Speedway (Oklahoma City, OK) - $4,000/$5,000

Stay tuned to or @Xtreme_Outlaw on Twitter for more details as the inaugural season approaches.

For fans unable to make it to the track, you can watch Every Lap LIVE on DIRTVision.

Wednesday, December 22, 2021

LONG TIME COMING: Kasey Kahne Joins World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Full-Time in 2022 Four-Time Champion Car Owner will Chase New Title as Driver of KKR #9


CONCORD, NC - December 22, 2021 - For the first time ever, Kasey Kahne is set to embark on a full-time campaign with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series in 2022.

Driving his own famed #9, Kasey will link up with his three-time and defending driver champion Brad Sweet to form a potent two-car team out of Kasey Kahne Racing's Mooresville, NC shop.

"I’ve realized through my commitments as a team owner that I still want to race and challenge myself at this level," Kahne said. "I am grateful to have propelled into the NASCAR ranks as quickly as I did, but sprint car racing has been a dream of mine since I was a kid, and this is the first chance I’ve had to dedicate myself to it full-time.”

The Enumclaw, WA superstar has long been associated with The Greatest Show on Dirt. Look no further than his Series debut at age 17 in 1997, his first entry fielded as a car owner in 2005, the first championship for KKR in 2013, and now the dynasty established with a hat trick from 2019-21 for proof on that.

Over his career, which has largely been consumed by 700+ starts and 31 victories across the NASCAR Cup, Xfinity & Truck Series, Kahne managed to fit in 140 World of Outlaws Features to this point. The bulk of that came just last year when he subbed for James McFadden in his #9 and piloted the Roth Motorsports #83, tallying 32 starts, 11 top-10 finishes, and 10 laps led.

A full-time slate with the Series is something he's always dreamed of and will finally accomplish in 2022. Fans from coast-to-coast will have the opportunity to witness Kahne wheel a Sprint Car across 90+ nights of racing from February to November.

"The World of Outlaws puts the top competitors in the sport with the most grueling schedule; traveling to tracks nationwide, night-in and night-out," Kahne added. "A lot of people don't realize this is one of the toughest Series in the world, and I'm excited to finally be a part of it as a driver."

It all begins at the 51st DIRTcar Nationals on February 10-12 at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, FL. Fans can BUY TICKETS HERE or watch every lap live on DIRTVision.

Before stock car aspirations were even a thought, Kasey and the Kahne's were Sprint Car junkies from the beginning. Between parents Kelly & Tammy, siblings Kale & Shanon, and cousins Willie & Kole, the family spent many nights together at Washington's Skagit Speedway.

New avenues led him to Indianapolis to become the 2000 USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget champion and eventually to Charlotte as a full-timer in NASCAR by 2003. He enjoyed a lengthy 15-year career in the Cup Series before retiring in 2018 and returning to his roots: Sprint Car racing.

Karavan Trailers will return as a primary sponsor on the #9 and FuelMe will enter a new partnership as the official fuel supplier of Kasey Kahne Racing next year.

Headlined among 90+ nights of racing in 2022 for Kahne is iconic events such as the Knoxville Nationals, King's Royal, Historical Big One, National Open, Gold Cup Race of Champions, High Bank Nationals, season-ending World Finals, and of course the season-opening DIRTcar Nationals, among many other shows.

Labor Day Weekend will also serve as a homecoming for the Enumclaw, WA native as Kahne returns to the Pacific Northwest for the booming Skagit Nationals (September 1-3) and a one-night stop at Gray's Harbor Raceway on September 5.

Outside of teammate and reigning champion, Brad Sweet, Kahne will have to contend with the likes of 10-time champion Donny Schatz at Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing, established stars David Gravel & Logan Schuchart, rising young guns Carson Macedo & Sheldon Haudenschild, veterans Kraig Kinser, Jason Sides & Wayne Johnson, and newer travelers like James McFadden, Brock Zearfoss & Spencer Bayston.

Fans unable to make it to the track next year can watch Every Lap LIVE on DIRTVision.

Photo - Trent Gower

Valley Supply Inc. to Return as Valued Partner in 2022 for Port Royal Speedway Drivers and Fans


By-Justin Snyder

Port Royal Speedway- PORT ROYAL, Penn. (Dec. 22, 2021) For the 2022 racing season, Valley Supply will once again serve as a valued partner of the Port Royal Speedway both on and off the track.

Valley Supply Inc. will continue as the presenting sponsor for the seventh annual All Star Circuit of Champions Keith Kauffman Classic and the winner will again receive $10,000 to win. The event taking place on April 23rd honors Kauffman, a 24-time winner with the All Stars and the winningest driver in the history of Port Royal Speedway.

Joining the 410 Sprint Cars on the schedule for the night will be the USAC East Coast Sprint Cars racing for a $2000 winner’s share.

Also for or the 2022 race season at the Speedway, Valley Supply will be offering a $500 Hard Charger award weekly to the night’s biggest mover in 410 Sprint Car competition. This marks the third year in a row they will be offering the bonus, with this season's bonus seeing an increase of $200 per night from the previous $300 award.

The incentives don’t stop at the drivers though, as Valley Supply will continue to get the fans involved in 2022l. Each week Valley Supply will be supplying out various swag such as footballs, Frisbees, hats or shirts. Those giveaways will have numbers attached to them representing the starting positions for the night’s 410 feature event.

If the fan has the number with the driver who earns the Valley Supply Hard Charger award for that evening, they will receive $50 cash courtesy of Valley Supply. Some of the giveaways will also carry a diamond in the place of a number and if a fan has that item, they will receive $75 cash along with a free pass to a future racing event.

For 16 separate larger shows the fan with the hard charger number will receive $100, while the swag with the diamond on it will be worth $150 plus a ticket to a future event.

Valley Supply has been a family-owned business for more than 40 years and has been serving the Central PA construction business since 1980 with on time deliveries, knowledgeable employees, and competitive pricing. They provide various products via delivery for all your construction needs and their service covers 80% of Pennsylvania, Northern Maryland, Northeast West Virginia, and Southern New York. They offer a fully stocked showroom in Mechanicsburg, so stop by and visit them for your next delivery or visit them at

Please stay tuned to our various social media outlets and our website for potential changes or news and thank you for your continued support. The 2021 schedule in its entirety has already been released and is available for your viewing please.

Monday, December 06, 2021

32nd Annual Pennsylvania Sprint Car Speedweek presented by Red Robin Schedule is Set


Abbottstown, PA (December 6, 2021) – With another successful Speedweek in the books, Red Robin has signed on as the presenting sponsor of the 32nd Annual Pennsylvania Sprint Car Speedweek, slated to kick off at the historic Williams Grove Speedway on Friday, June 24, 2022.

“We could not be more pleased to partner with Red Robin again in 2022. This year we saw a great turn out from the fans and the race teams.  The fan and race team support, combined with Red Robin partnership it was yet another successful Speedweek,” said Alan Kreitzer a member of the PA Sprint Speedweek association. “Red Robin continues to be a great supporter of sprint car racing and this partnership will help to advance the growing popularity and prestige of the PA Speed Week series.”

“Lehigh Valley Restaurant Group – Red Robin looks forward to continuing our partnership with sprint car racing by supporting the 32nd Annual Pennsylvania Sprint Car Speedweek. We have been a locally owned and operated part of the central and eastern Pennsylvania communities for 28 years. Race fans have supported Red Robin, and we look forward to supporting race fans, teams and tracks during the most anticipated week in PA sprint car racing. Whether it is memories of your favorite restaurant or the first time you experienced PA Speedweek, we all fondly remember those times with family and friends. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook @RedRobinRacing. Visit to place your online order or to see our offers,” said Chris DeFrain, VP of Strategic Planning and Business Development at Lehigh Valley Restaurant Group.

Lehigh Valley Restaurant Group – Red Robin has 21 locations in the Lehigh Valley, Northeast, Southeast and Harrisburg regions. Since 1993, Red Robin has been providing memorable guest experiences and great food.


The schedule for the 32nd annual PA Sprint Speedweek:

 Friday, June 24 - Williams Grove Speedway

Saturday, June 25 – Lincoln Speedway

Sunday, June 26 – BAPS Motor Speedway

Monday, June 27 – Lincoln Speedway

Tuesday, June 28 – Grandview Speedway

Wednesday, June 29 - Port Royal Speedway

Thursday, June 30 - Hagerstown Speedway

Friday, July 1 - Williams Grove Speedway

Saturday, July 2 - Port Royal Speedway

Sunday, July 3 – Selinsgrove Speedway [rain date: July 4]

In the heart of the PA Posse’s home, Central PA’s marquee event, Pennsylvania Sprint Speedweek, has a storied history of being the most anticipated week of racing for 31 years. The coveted title has been won by some of the biggest names in sprint car racing including, Fred Rahmer, Greg Hodnett, Danny Dietrich and Lance Dewease. 2021 NASCAR Champion Kyle Larson has also inked his name in the record books as a PA Speedweek Champion. In addition to his championship Larson and fellow NASCAR star, Christopher Bell, have Speedweek wins on their resume. It truly is one of the greatest spectacles in dirt track racing and a must attend event for any race fan.

Sunday, December 05, 2021

Royal Speedway Set for Huge Diverse 39-Race Schedule in 2022


By-Justin Snyder

Port Royal Speedway- PORT ROYAL, Penn. (Dec. 4, 2022) Port Royal Speedway is set to host a jam-packed 39-race  schedule during the 2022 racing season featuring 14 different divisions throughout the year.

The Weikert's Livestock 410 Sprint Cars will be featured a total of 31 times beginning with the 80th Annual Opening Day presented by Packer's Concessions, LLC. on March 6th at 2:00pm and concluding with a $5000-to-win event on Friday, Oct. 14th as part of the Short Track Super Series event .

The FloRacing All Star Circuit of Champions will again visit the Speed Palace a total of six times in the season with the $10,000-to-win Keith Kauffman Classic kicking things off for the series on April 23rd. The Bob Weikert Memorial will again take place over the Memorial Day weekend on May 28-29 and will continue to pay $10,000-to-win for the opener and $29,000 for the finale. The marquee event, the 55th Annual Tuscarora 50, will again be three days Sept. 8-10 and will feature payouts of $8000, $10,000 and a record-high of $55,000 for the finale.

The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series will again return to the Speedway in 2022 for the two-day Nittany Classic Oct. 7-8. However, for the first time ever, the series will visit the Speedway a second time with a rare Wednesday visit on July 20th. Payouts for that event are still to be determined.

Other highlights for the division will be the 16th Annual Living Legends Dream Race with a minimum $60,000 purse and a pair of Pennsylvania Speedweek dates on Wednesday, June 29th and Saturday, July 2nd. Wednesday's event will pay $7,000-to-win while Saturday's 4th Annual Greg Hodnett Classic will pay $10,000-to-win.

The Super Late Models have 20 scheduled events for 2022 and will again feature weekly $3000-to-win events. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will visit the Speedway three times in 2022, beginning with a $10,000-to-win 40-lap event on Sunday, April 10th. The series other event, the Rumble by the River, will serve as the biggest  event of the season at the track for the Super Late Models with a pair of $5000-to-win 'Twin 25's' taking place on August 26th followed by a whopping $50,000 finale on August 27th.

The World of Outlaws Late Model Series returns to the Speedway as well in 2022 and they will compete for $10,000-to-win on May 21st. The ULMS Racing Series will sanction four events beginning with the season's first double header weekend on March 19-20. Both of those events will pay $3500-to-win, while the May 7th visit will pay $4000-to-win. They will conclude their season at the Speedway on Sept. 3 for the 19th Annual Butch Renninger Memorial during the 168th Annual Juniata County Fair Opener and that will pay a minimum of $6,333 for the winner and features various other contingency prizes throughout the night.

Another event to look forward to will take place on April 16th, where the division will take part in a special "Australian Pursuit" format during the night.

Returning for their fourth consecutive full season of events, the Selinsgrove Ford Limited Late Models will compete in a total of 12 events for the 2022 season. They will again be featured as part of the Butch Renninger Memorial event  in September and they will make their first visit of the season on March 26th. They'll compete for $1500-to-win as part of the Lucas Oil Late Model visit in April and take part in a pair of 'Twin 20's' on June 4th.

The PennsValley MeatMarket PA Sprint Series 305 Sprint Cars will have nine events scheduled in 2020. They'll make their first visit on Saturday, April 9th, and will close out their season with the 11th Annual Keystone RaceSaver Challenge event on Saturday, Oct. 22. They'll be on the card for the opening night of the Bob Weikert Memorial in May and be part of the Tuscarora 50 weekend on Thursday, Sept. 8. Another event to look forward to for the division will be on Saturday, June 11th, where they'll compete in a pair of 'Twin 20' feature events.

A multitude of other open wheel divisions will join in on the fun for the 2022 season and arguably there will be no bigger event then the June 18th annual visit of the USAC Eastern Storm. Joining the wingless sprint cars racing for $6000 will be the USAC Silver Crown Series racing for $8000 and the 410 Winged Sprint Cars competing for $5000. The event, dubbed the USAC Eastern Blast, will be a must see event at the Speed Palace.

The United Racing Club 360 Winged Sprint Cars will make two visits to the Speedway in 2022 (April 9 and June 29) for a pair of $2000-to-win events and the USAC East Coast Wingless Sprint Cars will also be on hand twice (April 23 and August 20) racing for $2000 as well.

The Path Valley Wingless Sportsman will return to the track in 2022 with three total visits. They'll be part of the Bob Weikert Memorial finale in May and the July 20 World of Outlaws visit before concluding their season at the Speed Palace as part of the 71st Foss Jewelers Labor Day Classic on Monday, Sept. 5. As tradition, this event will again be our Fan Appreciation Night  with $5 Infield Admission and $12 Grandstand General Admission.

The Short Track Super Series Modifieds will again make four visits to the track in 2022 and their first visit will come on Sunday, March 20th racing for $5000. For the third consecutive season they will return for the Speed Showcase Oct. 13-15 with the finale paying $50,000-to-win. The 602 Crate Modifieds will be on the card for that event on Friday and Saturday as well.

The Mid Atlantic Modifieds will be at the Speedway twice as part of the  Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Rumble by the River event in August, while the 4-cylinders will make two visits as well as part of the Labor Day Classic in September and the Saturday, October 22 finale.

Finally, for the second consecutive season the American Flat Track Motorcycles will return to the Speed Palace on Saturday, July 16th.

The Speedway will be dark for four weekends during the season. The first off weekend will be May 14th, followed by June 25th, July 23rd and August 13th.Prior to opening day on March 5th, there will be a test and tune session for all drivers who will compete at the track in 2022. The session will run form 1-4pm and grandstand admission will be free for fans wanting to visit the track early.

Ticket information, sponsor promotions and other information will be released closer to the season start and you can find those updates on our various social media outlets and website.

We look forward to seeing you in 2022 and thank you for your continued attendance and enthusiasm!
2022 Full Schedule
Sat, Mar 5 - Test & Tune Open to any division on schedule 1 - 4 pm

Sun, Mar 6 - "Opening Day" - 410 Sprints $5,000 & Late Models $3,000 Presented by Packer's Concession 2 pm

Sat, Mar 12 - 410 Sprints $4,000 & Late Models $3,000 (Make-up for March 6) 4 pm

Sat, Mar 19 - 410 Sprints $4,000 & ULMS Late Models $3,500 & Limited Late Models $1,200 4 pm

Sun, Mar 20 - Short Track Super Series Modifieds $5,000 & ULMS Late Models $3,500 4 pm

Sat, Mar 26 - 410 Sprints & Late Models & Limited Late Models (Make-up for March 19) 4 pm

Sat, Apr 2 - 410 Sprints & Late Models & Limited Late Models 6 pm

Sat, Apr 9 - 410 Sprints $4,000 & URC Sprints $2,000 & PASS 305 Sprints 6 pm

Sun, Apr 10 -" Lucas Oil Late Model Series", "River Valley 40" $10,000 & Limited Late Models $1,500 6 pm

Sat, Apr 16 - 410 Sprints & Late Models with "Australian Pursuit" & Limited Late Models 6 pm

Sat, Apr 23 - "7th Annual Keith Kauffman Classic" - All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Cars $10,000 & USAC East Coast Sprint cars $2,000 6 pm

Sat, Apr 30 - 410 Sprints & Late Models & PASS 305 Sprints 6 pm

Sat, May 7 - 410 Sprints $4,000 & ULMS Late Models $4,000 & Limited Late Models $1,500 7 pm

Sat, May 14 - NO RACING

Sat, May 21 - "World of Outlaw Late Models" $10,000 & 410 Sprints $5,000 7 pm

Sat, May 28 - "Bob Weikert Memorial Weekend" "Fallen Heroes Championships"- All Star Circuit of Champion Sprint Cars $10,000 & PASS 305 Sprints 7 pm

Sun, May 29 - "Bob Weikert Memorial Weekend" - All Star Circuit of Champion Sprint Cars $29,000 & Wingless Sportsman 7 pm

Mon, May 30 - RAIN DATE FOR SUNDAY MAY 29TH ONLY, Start time 6 pm

Sat, June 4 - 410 Sprints & Late Models & Limited Late Models (Twin 20's) 7 pm

Sat, June 11 - 410 Sprints & limited Late Models & PASS 305 Sprints (Twin 20's) 7 pm

Sat, June 18 - "USAC Eastern BLAST"- "USAC NATIONAL SPRINTS" $6,000 & "USAC SILVER CROWN SPRINTS" $8,000 & "410 SPRINTS" $5,000 7PM

Sat, June 25 - NO RACING

Wed, June 29 - "32 Annual PA Speedweek" 410 Sprints $7,000 & URC Sprints $2,000 7:30 pm

Sat, July 2 - "4th Annual Greg Hodnett Classic" 410 Sprints $10,000 & Late Models $3,000 7:30 pm

Sat, July 9 - 410 Sprints & Late Models & Limited Late Models on "Kids Night" with Bicycle and Power Wheel Races (Helmets required) 7 pm

Sat, July 16 - "AMA FLAT TRACK MOTORCYCLES", start time TBA (Rain date July 17)

Wed, July 20 - "World of Outlaw Sprints" & Wingless Sportsman 7 pm

Sat, July 23 - NO RACING

Sat, July 30 - "16th Annual Living Legends Dream Race" 410 Sprints (Minium $60,000 purse format TBD) & Late Models $3,000 7 pm

Sat, Aug 6 - 410 Sprints & Late Models & PASS 305 Sprints 7 pm

Sat, Aug 13 - NO RACING

Sat, Aug 20 - 410 Sprints $5,000 & USAC East Coast Sprint Cars $2,000 & PASS 305 Sprints 7 pm

Fri, Aug 26 - "Lucas Oil Late Model Series" Twin 25's $5,000 each "Rumble by the River" & Mid Atlantic Modifieds 7 pm

Sat, Aug 27 - "Lucas Oil Late Model Series" $50,000 "Rumble by the River" & Mid Atlantic Modifieds 6 pm

Sun, Aug 28 - Rain date for Aug 27 only 6 pm

Sat, Sept 3 - "168th Annual Juniata County Fair Opener" - "19th annual Butch Renninger Memorial" ULMS Late Models $6,333 (Minium) & 410 Sprints & Limited Late Models 6 pm

Mon, Sept 5 - "71st Foss Jewelers Labor day Classic" 410 Sprints $5,000 & Wingless Sportsman & FWD 4-Cylinder "Fan Appreciation Day" - $5 Infield Admission and $12 Grandstand General Admission 1 pm

Thu, Sept 8 - "All Star Circuit of Champions" 410 Sprints $8,000 & PASS 305 Sprints 7 pm

Fri, Sept 9 - "All Star Circuit of Champions" 410 Sprints $10,000 & Late Models 7 pm

Sat, Sept 10 - "55 Annual Tuscarora 50" 410 Sprints $55,000 & Non-Qualifiers race 6 pm

Sun, Sept 11 - Tuscarora 50 rain date (Saturday event only) - 5 pm

Fri, Oct 7 - "World Of Outlaws Sprint Car Series" $10,000 & Limited Late Models (Top 24 in Points) 7 pm

Sat, Oct 8 - "World Of Outlaw Sprint car Series" $15,000 & PASS 305 Sprints (Top 24 in points) 5 pm

Sun, Oct 9 - Rain Date only if we do not get either prior day in.

Thu, Oct 13 - "Short track Super Series" Modifieds $5,000 7 pm

Fri, Oct 14 - 410 Sprints $5,000 & "Short Track Super Series" Modifieds & 602 Crate Modifieds Qualifying Night 7 pm

Sat, Oct 15 - "Short Track Super Series" "Speed Showcase - $50,000, 602 Crate Modifieds, Street Stocks 5 pm

Sun, Oct 16 - Rain date for Speed Showcase

Sat, Oct 22 - "11th Annual Keystone RaceSaver Challenge" 305 Sprints & Limited Late Models &, & FWD 4- Cylinders 2 pm