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Welcome back all Racer and Race Fans to the Hill speedway for the upcoming 2018 racing season.
  

Racing for tonight  Friday, May 25th will be 
RC WELDING SUPPLY NIGHT,  Regular Show
 All 6 Classes, 20 lap features, 

All children will be eligible in RC WELDING SUPPLY NIGHT bike drawing. One lucky boy and girl will receive a 20" bicycle if their ticket is drawn. 

Don't forget Snell's Metalfab is offering a free set of nerf bars through a random drawing by the feature winner each week for the Crate Sportsman class. How it works, the winner draws a number and the person that finished in that position wins them.
Snell's Metalfab has bars for Bicknell, HigFab, Teo and Troyer race cars.

Also Jamie Schmeckenbecker's Hair Salon is giving $25.00 each race to a Crate Sportsman Class feature race starter for a weekly random draw.

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


Everyone with a Reserved Park and View parking spot and a Reserved Pit Spot, Please contact us if you wish to keep that spot for the up coming 2018 Race Season. You MUST contact us by the First Race Night by 6pm or your spot will be available to someone else at a first come first serve basis.
 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!
 
 
 
 
 
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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


Gary Lamphere and Ajay Potrzebowski Pick Up Big Wins in The Hill Speedway Opener” by Carol Houssock
 
(Monroeton, PA)  The season opener at The Hill Speedway played out like a classic suspense drama. What appeared would happen often didn’t, setting up surprise endings. Fans and race teams won on this night watching some great racing and plodding through occasional sprinkles. Winners on Wysox NAPA double points night included Gary Lamphere (IMCA Style Modifieds), Ajay Potrzebowski (Crate Sportsmen), Kevin Garland (Street Stocks), Adam DelGrosso (FWD), Mike Koser (RWD), and Patrick McKernan (Pure Stocks).
 
The IMCA Style feature was a bit of a caution-fest, with the yellow flag coming out eight times. Brad Sites led early over Craig Smith, Rich McNeal and Gary Lamphere. Following a lap three restart Lamphere got to the inside of Sites and took the top spot. McNeal followed, dropping Sites to third. Smith spun and on the restart McNeal got turned around in turn four and his night was over. Mid-race the battle of the brothers developed when Keith Lamphere was running second to Gary Lamphere. Keith’s run was both hot and cold. When he stopped between turns one and two with five to go, officials parked him for being involved in three cautions. Gary had just five more laps with his closest challenger, Vic McNeal, right there behind him. Gary Lamphere had him covered and he went on to score the win in the 30-lap, double points feature. McNeal was second, with Smith, Harry Ely and K. Lamphere all in the top five. It was a sweep for Gary Lamphere, who also won his heat race. Smith won the other eight lap heat.
 
In the new Crate Sportsman division, Ray Smith and Ajay Potrzebowski won their two heat races. Things got off to a rough start when three cars got together in turn one, ending the night for Chris Clemens. Kyle Pierce and Smith made up the front row for the restart and Smith quickly took over. Potrzebowski moved up as well, in pursuit of Smith. While that chase went on, Pierce and Talada engaged in a great battle for third. Lap after lap Talada was right there, with the duo putting on a great show for the fans. Drama set in when caution came out with just two laps remaining. What Potrzebowski knew, but others didn’t, is that the rear on Smith’s car was failing. “I could smell it and knew I might have a chance on the restart,” Potrzebowski said after picking up the win. “It was a shame for him but the opportunity was there for me.”  Smith’s car had other late-race issues that enabled Talada to get around him at the stripe for second. Pierce and Marc Goodwin rounded out the top five.
 
Kevin Garland started the Street Stock feature from the pole, led the first two laps, then lost the lead to Tom Savercool. Once in front he built up a sizeable lead over Garland while Dan Force held down third. The first of two cautions came with 16 laps complete for a spin by Cody Kershner. Two laps later Keshner spun again, almost in the same spot in turn one. With ten to go Savercool appeared headed for victory as he easily pulled away from Garland and Force. Drama unfolded just after he got the two to go indication from flagger Jamie Tuttle. Savercool slowed with a broken coil, handing the lead back to Garland. He held on for the win while Kershner rallied to finish second, ahead of Savercool and Force. Patrick McKernan won in the Pure Stocks.                
 
Adam DelGrosso and Mike Ely were fast off the trailer in the FWD division, with each winning his heat race. Ely had the pole and took off with Matt Browning in pursuit. The first of two cautions came early when the field, from third on back went four-wide into turn three. Everyone knew something was imminent , and as they came off turn four Carl Jones and Cory Lewis found the wall and the night was over for both. DelGrosso, who had started the race in eighth, was on the outside of row two for the restart. When the green came out Browning led off turn two but Ely led at the stripe. The last caution, with five laps in, brought DelGrosso up to the outside of the front row and he took full advantage of it. DelGrosso got the lead and never looked back. If he had, he would have seen Ely there but never closer than about six car lengths. DelGrosso cruised to the win, followed by Ely, Bob Schultz, Browning and Greg McKernan. “The track was awesome, smooth and just the right grip. Hats off to the track prep crew,” he said following his win.
 
In RWD action it appeared early on that heat winner Alan Blackwell might sweep the night. He and Mike Koser pulled away from heat winner Larry Colton and Mike Navone. Blackwell slowed with six laps complete and his night was over. That brought Koser to the top spot, a position no one could contest. A great battle ensued for second between Colton and Josh Collins, who had made it up to third. The pair ran nose to tail for several laps while Koser checked out. Caution for debris on the track with 18 laps complete set up a 12-lap run to the checkers. Again, Koser pulled away and got the win over Colton, Collins, Tim Bush and Navone.
 
Of note:
In post-race drawings, two Crate Sportsman racers left with bonuses:  Marc Goodwin was the Snell Metalfab nerf bar winner and Chris Clemens won $25 cash from Schmeckenbecker Hair Salon. 
A lucky boy and girl left with 20” bicycles donated by Wysox NAPA.
 
Racing continues this Friday night, with all six divisions running regular 20-lap features. 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.
 

 



Any Questions Call Edward McKernan @ 570-637-4345