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Friday May 20, 2016 Race Release

HANOVER, PA (5/20/2016) – “This is the hardest place to race in Pennsylvania.  Anyone who doesn’t believe it can come down here.”

So said Doug Hammaker after making it look easy in scoring his second win of the season in the Insinger Performance Fuels Sprint Championship for “358” sprint cars at Trail-Way Speedway Friday night.

Insinger Fuels Spring Championship/Race 4 of Capitol Renegade King of the 358’s This Friday At Trail-Way

Hanover, PA (5/17/16) – This Friday, May 20th, the Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic 358 Sprint cars will headline the annual Insinger Fuels 358 Sprint Car Spring Championship at Trail-Way Speedway. The 2016 Spring Championship race will pay $1,200 to win.

Friday May 13, 2016 Race Release

HANOVER, PA (5/13/2016) –Friday the 13th wasn’t unlucky for Gene Knaub and Jason Chronister, who both set new track records in their respective feature events at Trail-Way Speedway.

In the 358 Precise Racing Products point series event, Knaub experienced good luck from the start when he and polesitter Kyle Lear got together in turn four of the first lap, forcing Lear to the rear and putting Knaub on the pole for a complete restart. 

Trail-Way Cancels May 6th Racing Program Due To Weather

HANOVER, PA (5/6/2016) – For the third time in 2016, Trail-Way Speedway promoters were forced to cancel the Friday night racing program due to inclement weather. With three of five Friday night racing programs falling victim to unpredictable Spring weather patterns, Trail-Way promoters have decided to make a few minor changes to the 2016 racing schedule.

The Penn-Mar Vintage Cars will now have an added race date on Friday June 17th. This will come one week before the annual Penn-Mar Vintage Car “Les Coghill Memorial.”

Friday April 22, 2016 Race Release

HANOVER, PA (4/22/2016) – “I just love coming here to race.  And it’s really great to be back.”

So said defending track champ Isaac Sneeringer after scoring the 2.53-second win in the 25-lap “358” sprint car feature at Trail-Way Speedway Friday night.

Sneeringer won on his first night out, just days after his crew picked up and dropped a new Don Ott motor into the DCI/D.E. Wildasin and Son #19Z.

Friday April 15, 2016 Race Release

HANOVER, PA (4/15/2016) –For all he’s accomplished in 358 sprint car racing the past few years, including the 2015 Central PA Point Series championship, Carlisle’s Doug Hammaker had never won at Trail-Way Speedway.

That is, until Friday night.

“This is the hardest place to win,” said Hammaker after driving the family Heavy Equipment Loaders and Parts/Hammaker’s Automotive #66 to his first career Trail-Way win in the season opener for 358 sprint cars, “I’ve been wanting to get one here, and quite frankly I have sucked here.”

Saturday March 26, 2016 Race Release

HANOVER, PA (3/26/2016) – Tyler Walton started on the pole for the opening day 600cc Micro Sprint feature at Trail-Way.  “Kameron [Morral] got me on the start,” explained Walton of the initial start, “but gave me just enough room to get by… I wasn’t going to give it up that easy.”

Walton got by Morral to lead the first lap and never looked back in the 20-lap event.  Morral ran second the rest of the way crossing 0.79 seconds behind the Juniata Beverage sponsored 14T of Walton.

McClelland Gives Back to Racing Community

HANOVER, PA (3/25/2016) – They say retirement is a time for reflection and relaxation. For Brad McClelland, part of that might be true, but the Westminster, Maryland, native isn’t ready to leave the racing world behind just yet. With thirty-four years of racing experience, ten championships, and one hundred thirty-three total wins, McClelland knew he had more to give to the local racing community. He decided to do so by helping other drivers.

38th Annual Motorama Events Comes to a Close


Harrisburg, PA (02/21/16) – The staff and fans of Motorama Events typically have to battle Mother Nature when the “Biggest Indoor Motorsports Show on the East Coast” comes around each year, but everyone finally caught a break! It was a great weekend to load the car up with friends and family and take a trip to the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg for the 38th Annual Motorama Events. The two-day show was a great success with an estimated 45,000 people coming through the doors to see every kind of racing action imaginable.

Central PA "Shootout Series" To Expand In 2016

Hanover, PA (1/30/16) – It all began with two racetracks. Hanover’s Trail-Way Speedway and Abbottstown’s Lincoln Speedway decided several years ago to try a 358 Sprint Car Shootout. It was a program that was designed to help both tracks bring in higher car counts while racing for a series payout. The Shootout Series provided an opportunity for many race teams to visit other tracks that normally weren’t on their racing schedules, whether racing for points or just for fun.