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MID SEASON CHAMPIONSHIP
WILL BE HELD NEXT WEEK JUNE 30TH ALONG WITH
WYSOX NAPA NIGHT

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 @ 4pm
 
Gates open @ 4pm

Hot Laps @ 6:30pm

Racing @ 7pm

Bring your lawn chairs and blankets.
 
Cans and plastic bottles only!
 
 
 
 
 
  1. Managing Director
  2. Managing Director
  3. Managing Director
  4. Managing Director

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:

2017 RACING SCHEDULE

APRIL 21 ........SEASON OPENER---20 LAP FEATURES---FIRST POINTS NIGHT

APRIL28......LAMPHERE TRUCK PARTS NIGHT ---20 LAP FEATURES

MAY 5.....CANCELED

MAY 12......SNELL METAL FAB. NIGHT---20 LAP FEATURES

MAY 19......REGULAR SHOW---20 LAP FEATURES

MAY 26......CANCELED

JUNE 2....FORBES MACHINE SHOP NIGHT---20 LAP FEATURES

JUNE 9......M.R. DIRT NIGHT---20 LAP FEATURES

JUNE 16......REGULAR SHOW---20 LAP FEATURES

JUNE 23...... CANCELED

JUNE 30......WYSOX NAPA NIGHT
                 MID-SEASON CHAMPIONSHIP--DOUBLE POINTS--30 LAP FEATURES

JULY 7......MOORE'S AUTO SALES NIGHT---20 LAP FEATURES

JULY 14.....JR MAYNARD AND SONS TRUCK REPAIR NIGHT---20 LAP FEATURES

JULY 21......FLYNN ENERGY NIGHT---20 LAP FEATURES

JULY 28......CLOSED VACATION

AUGUST 4......ELITE ARMS NIGHT---20 LAP FEATURES

AUGUST 11......REGULAR SHOW---20 LAP FEATURES

AUGUST 18......THOMAS W. DUNN WELL DRILLING NIGHT---20 LAP FEATURES

AUGUST 25......REGULAR SHOW---20 LAP FEATURES

SEPTEMBER 1......R.C. WELDING SUPPLY NIGHT
                           LAST RACE--DOUBLE POINTS---30 LAP FEATURES






                   

  1. FWD
    FWD
    Kenny Underwood found victory lane in the Front Wheel Drive.
  2. STREET STOCK
    STREET STOCK
    Dan Force celebrate his first career victory with his wife Kelly.
  3. IMCA
    IMCA
    Keith Jack Lamphere celebrates two in a row.
  4. RWD
    RWD
    Mike Koser recorded another feature win.
  1. Kenny Underwood looks to the inside of leader Burt Maynard
    Kenny Underwood looks to the inside of leader Burt Maynard
    Description
  2.  Bobby Maynard looks to the outside of Keith Jack Lamphere for the lead.
    Bobby Maynard looks to the outside of Keith Jack Lamphere for the lead.

TRACK NEWS & RESULTS

Two In A Row For Keith Jack Lamphere At The Hill Speedway

This past Friday the weather looked not so good, but the action at The Hill Speedway was exciting.  The crowd got to see some awesome racing.  The evening's events lineup changed slightly as the Pure Stock ran with the Street Stocks due to a low car count.
The first feature event of the evening found Harry Ely and Bobby Maynard making up the front row.  When the green flag flew it was Keith Jack Lamphere making a move around the front two cars for the lead.  He found the fast way around the oval keeping the lead.  Behind him it was Harry Ely and Bobby Maynard battling for position.  Bobby gained second, with Ely going to third.  Coming from deep in the field was Jake Maynard.  Jake just graduated from college at UNHO, and was ready to race.  He overtook the Ely car on lap three and was hoping to get to challenge the Lamphere car.  He and Bobby raced hard for many laps, working the inside or the outside each lap.  On lap fifteen Jake managed to get around the 29 of Bobby to take second.  Unfortunately there was not enough time for Jake to work his way to the Keith Jack's 98K.  When the checkers flew it was the second week for Keith Jack to claim the victory. Jake Maynard had  an impressive second place.  After making a pit stop for a flat tire early in the event, Gary Lamphere recorded third.  Bobby Maynard was fourth and Victor McNeal was fifth.


Next up was the Street Stock event, with Pure Stocks competing with them.  On the front row was Dan Force and Joe Bennett.  At the drop of the green flag Dan Force jumped into the lead.   With a brand new car for the 2017 season, Dan has been right there every week challenging for the top spot.  A caution on the first lap for Travis Green, the newest  Pure Stock driver ended his night.  On the restart it was Force once again grabbing the lead.  He now had Joe Bennett on his tail, until Kurtis Benjamin moved by Bennett to take second place.  Kurtis held on to that position until lap 6 when he and newcomer Louis Sharpsteen tangled in turn 2.  That moved Bobby Benjamin into second driving the Tommy Savercool number20.  When the feature restarted Dan Force had it all covered keeping both Benjamin and Bennett behind him.  The battle behind the top three was tight as newcomer Bobby Hall and Kurtis Benjamin battled for position.  A caution on lap 14 for the Benjamin 44B with a flat tire tightened up the field once again.  Kurtis got a tire changed and returned to the rear of the field. As the lap wound down, Dan Force was counting the laps to the checkered flag.  Joe Bennett regained second and tried to challenge the Force machine.  Tough night for Mike Chilson as he wend pit side with a mechanical problem.  On lap 20 it was Dan Force of Laceyville, PA., recording his first victory of his racing career.  Joe Bennett was second, Bobby Benjamin third, Bobby Hall fourth and Louis Sharpsteen finishing in fifth.  An impressive run for the Hall and Sharpsteen machines being it was their first visit to the track.


The popular Front Wheel Drive division was up next.  Birthday boy, Randy Lane and Burt Maynard made up the front row.  Burt grabbed the early lead with Kenny Underwood and Mike Ely right on his bumper.  The first half of the race went without a caution with Maynard and Underwood battling for the top honor.  They raced side by side for several laps with Underwood taking the lead away on lap five.  Kenny opened up a lead, with the battle behind him between Maynard and Ely getting hot.  Both drivers wanting the same real estate, but not being able to keep it.  The only caution that came out was on lap 13, when Mike Ely and Matt McKernan were involved in an altercation in turn one.  The Ely car went pit side with damage, which might have happened the lap before when he grazed the front stretch wall.  It was another tough night for Trevor Williams who raced to get to the track from his out of town job.  He made it just in time for the feature event.  On lap 15 he developed a problem and went pit side only to find out he had broken an axle shaft.  As the lap wound down Kenny Underwood had control of the event.  Burt Maynard and Howard Bailey battled for second.  Bob Schultz and Matt McKernan battled for third, while Randy Lane and Brad Benjamin battled for the fifth place honor.  The checkered flag was raised high for Kenny Underwood as he crossed the line in first.  Howard Bailey had an impressive second place finish, with Burt Maynard in third, Bob Schultz in fourth and Matt McKernan rounding out the top five.


The Rear Wheel Drive class was the final event of the evening.  Alan Blackwell and Logan Bump brought the field to the green.  Blackwell grabbed the lead.  Last week feature winner Mike Koser stole it away on lap three.  He held on to it until lap ten when he went pit side.  He returned to the rear of the field with his sights set on getting back to the front.  Alan Blackwell regained the lead holding off Tim Bush and Scott Bump.  The race between the top three was exciting until lap seventeen when Bump brought out the caution, with Blackwell involved.  One the restart it was Koser who grabbed back the top honor.  He held off a late race charge by Tim Bush, who had to settle for second.  A good finish for Mike Navone in third, with the youngster Logan Bump in fourth and Alan Blackwell being credited with fifth.  Unfortunately for Blackwell in a post race inspection he was disqualified for tires that did not fit specs.  That gave newcomer Les Bump, Logan's grandad the fifith finishing position.


Coming up this week is Mid-Season Championship, sponsored by JW Maynard & Sons.  This means double points for all divisions and 30 lap features.  It will be a great night for racing that every fan will not want to miss.  Gates at The Hill Speedway open at 4:00 PM for both pit and grandstands.  Bring your lawn chairs and your blankets find a special spot on the hill to watch all the action.  Get you racing fix and your "THRILL ON THE HILL", this Friday night!  For more information visit the track website atwww.thehillspeedway@gmail.com.


Courtesy of Dawn Maynard

        Thank you, Eddie McKernan 570-637-4345