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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.
  

RACES FOR FRIDAY, August 24th
WILLIAMS OIL COMPANY NIGHT 
    Regular Show,All 6 Classes, 20 lap features, 
      Boys and Girls Bike give away 

Thank you to all the DRIVERS and Fans that stopped by at Riverfest to see the race cars.

BIG THANK YOU TO DALTON MAYNARD FOR ALL HE DID TO MAKE THE RACE CAR SHOW HAPPEN!!!!


Please see the race schedule for changes.
Due to conflicts of interests on friday evenings in September we will return to the original race schedule with the last points race being August 31st.

We are sorry for any inconvenience that this may have caused!
Any Questions Call Edward McKernan @ 570-637-4345   




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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 [email protected]


   
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
  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
[email protected]
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 [email protected] 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




“  
“Ken Buck and Ray Smith Grab Season-First Wins at The Hill Speedway”
by Carol Houssock
 
(Monroeton, PA)     Conditions were perfect Friday night at The Hill Speedway, where some new faces graced victory lane and track officials dished out a bit of rough justice on a night sponsored by Elite Arms in Towanda, PA. Winners included Ken Buck (IMCA Type Modified), Ray Smith (Crate Sportsman), Cody Kershner (Street Stock), Howard Bailey (Pure Stock), Adam DelGrosso (FWD 4 Cyl) and Mike Koser (RWD 4 Cyl). Fans are reminded that there will be no racing this week due to the Troy Fair.
 
Ken Buck has been stout in recent weeks in the IMCA Type Modified division and on Friday night he dominated the 20-lap feature. Buck started third, took the lead from Keith Lamphere and began to pull away from a great battle behind him. Point leader Gary Lamphere and Keith Jack Lamphere had also passed K. Lamphere. At the halfway point Keith Jack was up to second and started closing the gap between himself and Buck. The only caution period came when Victor McNeal spun coming off turn four. Over those final four laps Keith Jack looked high and low while Buck did some impressive and defensive driving. It worked and he kept the top spot and won for the first time this year, and he held off the Lamphere brigade in doing so. Second through fifth included Keith Jack, Gary, Keith and JW Lamphere. Earlier in the evening McNeal and G. Lamphere won the two heat races.
 
The new and growing Crate Sportsman division produced the fifth different winner in the eight races run this season. Dalton Maynard and Ajay Potrzebowski won the two heat races and made up row one for the start of the 20-lap feature. Potrzebowski took the lead but Ray Smith quickly got up to second and the pair pulled away from the field, just as they have done in virtually every race this year. Things worked in Smith’s favor, however, when Chris Clemens slowed and put the race under caution with 12 laps remaining. He got the better of Potrzebowski on the restart and led. Once in front he put distance between himself and a new battle for second between Potrzebowski and newcomer Dayton Brewer. That battle only lasted for two laps as Brewer took over second and set his sights on Smith, who started working the lap traffic to perfection. Smith, who had led a ton of laps this year, finally led the last one and got the win over Brewer, Potrzebowski, Maynard and Devon Zona.
 
The 20-lap Street Stock/Pure Stock feature had multiple leaders, five cautions, and a pair of disqualifications that changed brought second to first. Early in the feature Doug Stack, Jr. got together with point leader Tom Savercool, who was done for the night. When racing resumed the lead shifted back and forth between Kevin Garland and Doug Stack, Sr.  At lap 10 Stack, Sr. was the leader but Cody Kershner, the most recent feature winner, was up to second and closing. Two late cautions and single-file restarts gave Kershner two more shots at getting around Stack. He didn’t, but Stack himself pretty much made that happen. While Stack took the checkered flag, his carb didn’t pass tech and he was disqualified. Apparent third place finisher Abe Romanik also failed post-race tech for being under weight. When the dust settled Kershner had his second win in a row over Jason Benjamin, Bobby Maynard, Dan Force and Garland. Howard Bailey was the lone survivor in the Pure Stocks and he scored his second win this year.
 
The FWD 4 Cylinder division didn’t see a caution flag all night, as both the heats and 20-lap feature were caution-free. Codie Baker and Adam DelGrosso won the heats and made the feature a two-man race. Trevor Williams started from the pole and led the first eight laps until DelGrosso, who had been looking, made what became his race-winning pass on lap nine. Baker, who was running right behind him, also passed Williams and the pair then pulled away and put on a great show for the fans. Running slightly different lines, at any moment Baker could have led but DelGrosso shut him down. Further back, Williams and Matt Browning ran together in a tussle for third. When the checkered flag came out it flew over DelGrosso’s sharp #11 for the seventh time in eight races. The only other winner this year was Baker, who finished second on this night. Williams was third, followed by Browning and Matt McKernan.
 
In the RWD 4 Cylinder 20-lap feature it appeared early on that Larry Colton might win his first race this year. But Mike Koser showed everyone why he’s the point leader and how to recover from an early incident. Koser got caught up in the second caution with just three laps complete, forcing him to restart from the rear. Up front Colton and Ben Hulslander engaged in a lively battle for the lead. They swapped the lead as the race reached the halfway point, with Hulslander in front at lap 10. Koser was on a mission and he was impressive in his move toward the front. While working lap 14 he got to the inside of Colton and took over second. It was another inside move, this one on Hulslander at lap 16, that put Koser out in front. Once there he pulled away and was not challenged for his fourth win this year. Colton, Hulslander, Tim Bush and Alan Blackwell made up the top five. In addition to his four feature wins Koser has finished no worse than fifth this year and has a sizeable lead in the point standings.  
 
The Hill is quiet this weekend due to the Troy Fair. Racing resumes on Friday, August 3rd, when Snell Metalfab in Monroeton, 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 Rich Powell won nerf bars from Snell Metalfab and Jeremy Williams won $25 cash from Schmeckenbecker Hair Salon.
All 11 heat races went caution-free, something many in attendance did not ever recall seeing prior to Friday night.
Six bicycles were available but only three of them were claimed. The others will be held over for another night.
  




Any Questions Call Edward McKernan @ 570-637-4345