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Welcome back all Racer and Race Fans to the Hill speedway for the upcoming 2018 racing season.
  
  
RACING  FRIDAY, June 22nd is FORBES MACHINE
SHOP NIGHT.
         Regular Show: Crate Sportmans, IMCA, Street Stock, & Pure Stock, 4 cyc. FWD and RWD     20 lap features


CANCELED for Friday June 22nd is The NOW Tour
for IMCA Style Cars
30 lap feature

                               
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.



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!
 
 
 
 
 
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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


Dalton Maynard Goes Wire-to-Wire for Crate Sportsman Win at The Hill Speedway” by Carol Houssock
 
(Monroeton, PA)              Word is out that The Hill Speedway is the place to be on Friday nights. Racers ran five competitive features, with a total of six caution periods in those races, on a dust-free and smooth track. Racers and fans also got the checkered flag as well by contributing to a helmet drive that raised $900 for area residents affected by Wednesday’s tornado. And everyone got to hear some first-time winners react to their moments in victory lane. Feature winners on this special night included Bobby Maynard (IMCA-style Modifieds), Dalton Maynard (Crate Sportsmen), Tom Savercool (Street Stocks), Howard Bailey (Pure Stocks), Adam DelGrosso (4 Cyl. FWD), and Alan Blackwell (4 Cyl. RWD).
 
Bobby Maynard scored the IMCA-style Modified win after taking, losing, and reclaiming the lead over the 20 laps. Heat winner Keith Lamphere led early but Maynard was right there with him and took the top spot as the halfway point neared. Once in front he had a comfortable advantage until Mark Griffin got underneath and took the lead from him while Brad Sites passed Maynard for second. The first of two cautions came out with two to go when JW Lamphere stopped in turn two and retired from the race. On the restart Sites got into Griffin in turn three and both spun. That put the lead back in the hands of Maynard, who held on over the final two laps to score the feature win over Ken Buck, Victor McNeal, Keith Jack Lamphere and Griffin. Gary Lamphere won the other heat race.
 
Dalton Maynard parked his sharp #2 Crate Sportsman in victory lane after a dominating performance despite being towed off the track during his heat race. “Everything was bent after I hit the tire and Ajay Potrzebowski brought over parts and started thrashing on it.” Maynard stated. He had the pole for the feature, which clicked off in a matter of minutes with no cautions to stop the action. Ray Smith, who started behind Maynard, stayed there for most of the 20-lap race. Rich Talada and Potrzebowski had a great battle going for third and in the late stages they caught Smith. That tussle played into the hand of Maynard, whose lead was insurmountable over the final five laps. He sailed across the finish line for a career-first win. Potrzebowski’s nice move brought him to second, just ahead of Talada, Smith and Cole Youse. “This is just amazing. I have to dedicate this one to Ajay Potrzebowski, he’s been so helpful to me and I never even thought I’d be able to even run the feature tonight,” Maynard said after jumping down from the roof of his car. Smith and Ray Dann won the two heats.
 
The Street Stocks and Pure Stocks ran together in the 20-lap feature. In qualifying, heat wins went to Tom Savercool and Howard Bailey. The same two would pull into victory lane following the feature event. Savercool used his second-place starting position to vault him to the lead on the opening lap. While he drove away, he left Dan Force and Bobby Hall gunning for second. Savercool’s lead grew to a full straightaway when the caution came out. It was the only caution period but it erased that huge lead and gave Kevin Garland, then up to second, Force and Bobby Maynard a shot at the leaders. Garland ran the outside lane while Savercool was glued to the inside and he maintained the lead. Over the final eight laps Savercool pulled away and scored his first win of the season. “This feels good after letting one get away on opening night,” he said in victory lane. Garland took second, with Maynard, Force and Larry Lane in the top five. In Pure Stock action, Howard Bailey earned a sweep by taking the feature win over Rick Hinkley, Justin Hall and Eddie Gains. “I knew I’d get a win one of these days,” Bailey told the crowd.
 
Adam DelGrosso unloaded as an undefeated three-time feature winner in the 4 Cylinder FWD division. He had his hands full on this night but he loaded up after claiming his fourth consecutive feature win. DelGrosso and Matt Browning won the two heat races and Browning started the feature alongside pole-sitter Greg McKernan, who led the opening lap. Matt McKernan then took over but the action was heating up behind him among Greg, Mike Ely and DelGrosso. The only caution period took place when Carl Jones came to a stop. Matt and Ely restarted from the front row and it quickly became a three-man race with DelGrosso. While McKernan led, DelGrosso took over second but Ely was right there waiting to reclaim second. DelGrosso was had to shift from defense to offense and it worked. He took the lead on lap 17 and held it until he saw the checkered flag. “I love this place, Ed McKernan is doing a great job and the track surface is just awesome,” DelGrosso said from victory lane. M. McKernan finished second, ahead of Ely, G. McKernan and Nick Brown.
 
“I feel like Dale Earnhardt after he won the Daytona 500,” an elated Alan Blackwell said when he emerged victorious in the 4 Cylinder RWD feature. After years of trying, his moment finally came, and it wasn’t an easy win. Josh Collins led the first two laps and kept the lead over Blackwell on a lap three restart. While Blackwell was fighting to get to the inside of the Collins #9, he also had to hold off third place runner and heat winner Larry Colton. Two laps shy of the halfway point Blackwell took the lead with Colton then up to second. The second, and final, caution came out with nine laps remaining. Blackwell maintained the lead and began to pull away from Colton, who then had a great battle going with heat winner Ben Hulslander for second. They closed the gap somewhat, but Blackwell took the checkered flag ahead of Colton, Hulslander, Collins and Mike Koser. Blackwell, from Oklahoma, came to the area in 2011 for a four-month natural gas industry-related assignment. “I’m still here, and my wife and I love this area. This is the greatest feeling,” Blackwell stated while clutching the checkered flag for the first time.
 
Of note:
During intermission drivers conducted a helmet drive to benefit local residents who sustained damage from Wednesday night’s tornado. Fans contributed $900 that went to the Red Cross station at Pepper’s Auction Barn.
In post-race drawings, Crate Sportsman drivers Cole Youse won nerf bars from Snell Metalfab and Chris Clemens won $25 cash from Schmeckenbecker Hair Salon. Drivers in the new division will be eligible for additional bonuses on Mid-Season Championship night July 6th - a second set of nerf bars donated by “Cupcake” Kevin Curry, $50 cash from Mike and Joey Colsten Racing, and $50 cash from Brian Malcomb Racing.
 
Racing continues this Friday night, when Forbes Machine shop presents the Now Tour for IMCA Style cars (30 laps) and 20-lap features for the other divisions. 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