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The Hill Speedway
The thrill on The Hill

Quarter Mile Dirt Track

 the Hill Speedway LLC​
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Welcome back all Racer and Race Fans to the Hill speedway for the upcoming 2018 racing season.
  
  
RACING  FRIDAY, July 20th:ELITE ARMS NIGHT
 Regular Show,All 6 Classes, 20 lap features, 
  Boys and Girls Bike give away



Please stay in touch for further updates here on our website or on Facebook.



Reserved "Park & View" Spots are for sale
For $100 for the season

The "Park & View" spots that are not reserved will be sold weekly on a first come first serve basis for $10 per spot BEFORE 6PM

 Call or text us 570-250-0867 or 570-637-4345 or email thehillspeedway@gmail.com


   
CAR REGISTRATION FORM
FOR THE 2018 SEASON AVAILABLE BELOW.
MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE THE FIRST RACE OF 2018.
RACE SCHEDULE TO FOLLOW.

LETS GO RACING!!!!

Come to the Hill Speedway for a thrilling Friday night of racing.​
 
enjoy a night under the stars and racing.
 
WHAT COULD BE BETTER!!!!!
 
Pits Open @ 5pm
 
Gates open @ 5pm

Hot Laps @ 6:30pm

Racing @ 7pm

Bring your lawn chairs and blankets.
 
Cans and plastic bottles only!
 
 
 
 
 
  1. Managing Director
  2. Managing Director
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ADMISSION PRICING AND RESERVED PARKING


PIT PASS -- $30

ANYONE ENTERING THE PITS MUST HAVE PHOTO ID.

RESERVE PIT SPOTS $50 FOR THE SEASON

Handicap Parking available

Reserved "Park & View" Spots are for sale
For $100 for the season

The "Park & View" spots that are not reserved will be sold weekly on a first come first serve basis for $10 per spot BEFORE 6PM

Any "Park & View" spots that are not sold by 6pm can be used for free.
first come first serve basis

Please call or email
Eddie McKernan 570-637-4345
thehillspeedway@gmail.com
to reserve your spot.

PIT PASS --$30

GENERAL ADM.-- $ 10

SENIOR ADM.-- $8

STUDENT ADM 13 TO 18.-- $8

CHILDREN 12 & UNDER FREE


PHOTO ID MAY BE REQUIRED TO
VERIFY AGE.




The Hill Speedway Clothing available


T-SHIRTS   $12.00​

LOND SLEEVE SHIRT  $16.00

HOODIES  $22.00


​To Order and Purchase, Please call:



























Car Registration Form​
Email form or the information if you can not email form to thehillspeedway@gmail.com or
Text me the information to 570-250-0837 what ever is easiest for you.
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Note: All Drivers or Owners Must Fill out a Payout Form at the Track before they can receive any Purse Money.
A photo copy of Drivers' lic. and Social Security card is required!!


Registration Form


CONGRATULATION 2017 TRACK CHAMPIONS
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  1. IMAC
    IMAC
    Keith Jack Lamphere
  2. Street Stock
    Street Stock
    Dan Force
  3. RWD
    RWD
    Mike Koser
  4. FWD
    FWD
    Mike Ely
  1. Pure Stock
    Pure Stock
    Cody Kershner

TRACK NEWS & RESULTS




“Keith Jack Lamphere and Ajay Potrzebowski Among Repeat Winners at The Hill Speedway”
by Carol Houssock
 
(Monroeton, PA)     The track surface at The Hill Speedway continues to draw praise from competitors and Friday night it provided for more great and virtually dust-free action. Five of the six feature winners made return visits to victory lane, a place each had been to on at least one prior race night this season. Winners on a beautiful night for racing included Keith Jack Lamphere (IMCA Type Modified), Ajay Potrzebowski (Crate Sportsman), Cody Kershner (Street Stock), Adam DelGrosso (FWD 4 Cylinder), Ben Hulslander (RWD 4 Cylinder) and Pat McKernan (Pure Stock).
 
Yellow fever hit the IMCA Type Modifieds on Friday night, forcing single-file restarts early on. The first caution came when Brad Smith spun on lap two. JW Lamphere was the leader at that point. On the restart Brad Sites spun. When racing resumed Keith Jack Lamphere moved from third to first, with Gary Lamphere second. The night went from bad to worse for JW Lamphere, who spun seven laps in and later went up in smoke. On each of the later restarts Keith Jack kept the lead, but it was Logan Terry who was on the move. He got around Ken Buck and then Gary Lamphere to claim second. The final caution period set up a three-lap run to the finish and provided a final opportunity for Terry. It wasn’t to be on this night as Keith Jack sailed to his second win of the year. Terry, G. Lamphere, Mark Griffin and Buck finished in the top five. Earlier in the evening Sites and Buck won the heat races.
 
Ajay Potrzebowski showed what a championship contender looks like when he bounced back from his poorest finish of the year a week ago and earned another sweep in the Crate Sportsman division. The point leader and his closest challenger for the title, Ray Smith, won their heats and started beside each other from row one. Potrzebowski led the way with Smith right behind him. Dalton Maynard had a nice battle of his own with Andrew Smith and Rich Talada for second. Maynard’s nice run ended when he got turned by Smith and pitted with a flat. That brought Talada up to third and he fought R. Smith hard for second. Dylan Robbins spun with just two laps to go and fans then witnessed an awesome piece of driving by Talada. As if powered by jet fuel he got around Smith and ran out of time to get around the leader. Potrzebowski held on for his third win of the year, this time ahead of Talada, Smith, Andrew Smith and Maynard.
 
When the father/son team of Doug Stack, Sr. and Jr. looks back on Friday night they’ll wonder why things were so good and then so bad for both. Each won his heat race and they made up row two for the start of the 20-lap Street Stock/Pure Stock feature. Stack, Jr. led the way early but the first caution also came early with four laps complete. The rear end on Abe Romanik’s car broke apart and forced a lengthy clean-up of parts and fluid. During the caution Stack, Sr. pitted and was done for the night. On the restart Bobby Maynard and Dan Force collided. When the race resumed Tom Savercool was all over Stack, Jr. While working lap 13 the lead pair got locked together. Stack, Jr. was finished and Savercool went to the rear for the restart. That handed the race lead to Cody Kershner with Force back up to second. Kershner’s solid run landed him in victory lane for the first time this season. Force, Savercool, Bobby Maynard and Stark, Jr. finished in the top five. Just two Pure Stocks started the race. It was sweep night for Pat McKernan while Rick Hinkley battled a smoking machine all night.
 
In FWD action it was another classic battle between Mike Ely and Adam DelGrosso early on, and between Ely and Trevor Williams for the bulk of the race. Heat winner Ely started second but had the lead off turn two on the opening lap. Greg McKernan was running second with DelGrosso and Williams in pursuit. The McKernan’s, Greg and Matt, got together in turn two and brought out the first caution just after DelGrosso had taken over the top spot. He and Ely made up the front row for the restart and DelGrosso prevailed. At the halfway point DelGrosso had a nice lead while Ely and Williams were neck and neck for second. The McKernan’s brought out another caution with six laps remaining. Over the final half dozen laps DelGrosso was on cruise control while Ely was playing defense. DelGrosso’s win was his sixth this season. Ely held on for second, followed by Williams, Scott Lehman and Gregg Slater.
 
Drivers in the RWD 4 Cylinder division had a hard time getting their 20-lap feature in the books, with five cautions slowing the action. Josh Collins and Larry Colton kept row one in the top two spots but the first of those cautions came just two laps into the feature. By lap five Collins and Colton led Ben Hulslander and Dan Force. The leaders got a bit too close to each other with seven complete and both went to the pits for service under the caution. That handed the lead to Hulslander. It took three tries to get the race started but it was of no concern to Hulslander. While he pulled away, Force put pressure on Alan Blackwell, who was holding down second. The fifth caution was race-ending for Colton, who stopped in turn four and was done for the night with mechanical problems. Over the final laps Hulslander was unstoppable and neither was Force, who passed Blackwell but got no further. Hulslander celebrated his second win this season, followed to the line by heat winners Force and Blackwell, Ray Hyer and Tim Bush.
 
Racing continues this Friday night, when Elite Arms in Towanda, PA presents a regular show with 20-lap features and bicycle giveaways for boys and girls. Pits and gates open at 5, with hot laps at 6:30 and racing at 7. Pit passes are $30. General admission is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and students ages 13 to 18, and free for children 12 and under. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy a great view of the fast ¼-mile for The Thrill on The Hill.
Of note:
In post-race drawings, Crate Sportsman driver Ray Smith won nerf bars from Snell Metalfab and Chris Clemens won $25 cash from Schmeckenbecker Hair Salon.
 





Any Questions Call Edward McKernan @ 570-637-4345