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NEXT RACE:

Saturday, September 23, Trail-Way is back in action with the 28th Annual Kevin Gobrecht Memorial/National Open, featuring the 270 & 600 Micro Sprints along with the Central PA Legends. Pre registration forms can be found in the “forms” section on our website. Pre entry closes Friday, September 22 at 4:00 p.m. General admission for adults will be $13. Students 12-17 will be $7, and children 11 & under are free. Pit admission for ALL AGES will be $30. Gates open at 4:00 p.m. with racing scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m. 

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7/28/17 – Due to a scheduling conflict, Trail-Way Speedway track management has decided to reschedule the August 19th Demolition Derby to Saturday, November 4th with a rain date of Sunday, November 5th. This decision was made after being notified that the Arcadia Volunteer Fire Company is also hosting a Demolition Derby the same day. It was important to secure a date that did not conflict with other local derby events. We have been in contact with promoters from Arcadia and the Buck and look forward to working with them next year.

The Saturday, November 4th date will host the Demolition Derby along with the Figure 8, Powder Puff and Limited Stocks. This will NOT be a point race for the Limited Stocks. A payout announcement will be made in the coming weeks.

Gates will open at 10:30 a.m. and the best appearing junk car contest will begin at 1:00 p.m.

7/8/17: Big Tire Street Stock Racers: All cars are welcome from Path Valley, Hagerstown, Susquehanna and Big Diamond. You MUST follow your track’s tech guidelines and abide by our safety rules (located on our website). There will be no tire rule, you must have a 500 2 barrel and you must have a stock type suspension and location. 

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Drivers: It is your responsibility to keep us updated with any email address changes you make. This is the how we contact drivers concerning racing rule/tech changes, schedule changes and anything else that might come up during the racing season and in the off season. If you are a new driver or are an exsisting driver that would like to notify us of a new email adress that you would like added to the email list, click "Contact Us" and let us know your division along with the new email address.

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Trail-Way Speedway is now on RainedOut.net! To receive a mobile or email notification the moment we cancel, go to RainedOut.net and enter your cell phone number and/or email address. You can choose to receive the "Fans" or the "Driver/Pit Crew" message. 

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Thank you for visiting our new web page! 

We hope that this new layout will help assist everyone in getting up to date information on our track and our events!

The stoplight in the top right corner is an easy reference of whether or not will be racing the current evening.
Green (Bottom Light) - We're Good to Go Racing
Yellow (Middle Light) - Call the Speedway Office for Updates
Red (Top Light) - Our Events Have Been Canceled

*We will try to change over after midnight so that the following day will be determined on that day.*
For any questions or concerns feel free to contact us here.
 

RACE RESULTS

Saturday, September 23, 2017 Race Release (Kevin Gobrecht Memorial)

HANOVER, PA (9/23/2017) – For the second time in history, Mike Rutherford claimed both 270cc and 600cc Micro Sprint features in the Kevin Gobrecht Memorial at Trail-Way Speedway.

“Thanks Trail-Way, for putting on this show,” remarked Kevin’s brother, Brian Gobrecht. “This place brings back good memories, we spent a lot of time here.”

Brian Gobrecht went on to say, “I’m not surprised to see [Mike] here.”  Rutherford has won the 270cc Micro portion of the Gobrecht Memorial five out of the last six years.

Friday, September 8, 2017 Race Release

HANOVER, PA (9/8/2017) – Lincoln University’s Tyler Ross showed them how it’s done at Trail-Way Speedway Friday night.

Ross stepped away from the 410 sprint division to pilot the Dick Smith-owned, Tom Rumsey Incorporated #41B to the win in his first Trail-Way appearance of the year.

Hard charger Steve Owings, who started ninth, finished second and claimed his first “358” sprint car track title in the process.