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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

New Sponsors On Board, More $$$ for Racers As Lanco's Clyde Martin Opens Regular Season

Newmanstown, PA -  This Saturday's MJF Trucking No Wing Spring Fling kicks off the 2017 season in grand style at Lanco's Clyde Martin Memorial Speedway. The USAC Eastern Regional Midgets Presented by ARDC will headline the event, and the mighty Midgets will be joined by the wingless 600 and wingless 270 Micro-Sprints. 

  Following the April 1st curtain-raiser, the Clyde's weekly divisions take center stage as the "regular season" begins on Saturday, April 8. The winged warriors of the 600cc, 270cc, Sportsman, 125cc, and 250cc Four-Stroke classes have been chomping at the bit to get started, and there are several reasons why they are so anxious to finally take the green and get the 2017 slate of events underway.

  Over the winter, Lanco officials increased the payout for just about every car count in each division. As one example to illustrate the increases, a driver could take home $500 for winning a point paying 600cc or 270cc feature, provided there are more than 30 cars entered in the class on a particular night. The entire purse breakdown for each class, and all phases of car counts, can be found on the News page at www.clydemartinspeedway.com

  To assist in supporting the increased payouts, the Lanco club has partnered with businesses who have become title sponsors for three of the weekly divisions.

  Hyper Racing is now the title sponsor for the 600cc class at the Clyde, while Viper Chassis will serve in the same role for the 270cc division. Leading the way for the 250cc Four-Stroke class is Hammer Down Engines, and Lanco, as well as its race teams, is genuinely appreciative and excited to partner with these three outstanding companies. 

  Businesses or individuals interested in becoming title sponsors for the Sportsman class or 125cc division should contact Lanco President James Harrington or other Lanco officials or Board members. Contact information can be found on the speedway's website.

  Fresh clay will also stoke the excitement level in dirt track drivers, and the anticipation is currently off the charts for the drivers who will be mashing the loud pedal at the Clyde Martin Memorial Speedway this year.

  In the fall of 2016, both ends of the banked oval were excavated; the old clay was removed down to its base in all four corners and new clay was laid down in its place. The new surface was allowed to knit over the winter, and even with the mid-March snowstorm (thank you, Stella), the race track has come around nicely and is ready to go. 

  Following the April 1st No Wing Spring Fling, which is the first of three races for the Midgets at Clyde Martin in 2017, the points-paying regular season takes the green flag on April 8. The Hyper Racing 600's, the Viper Chassis 270's, the Sportsman, 125cc, and Hammer Down Engines 250cc Four-Strokes will compete in qualifying heats, consolations, and 25-lap main events. The April 8program is sponsored by RTS Chassis. 

  On April 8, gates open at 4 p.m. Warm-ups begin at 5:30, and the first heat race gets underway at 6:30. This time schedule will be in effect for all of the April and May events, and again in September. Races at the Clyde in June, July, and August (regular point events) will see the times adjusted, i.e. moved back, by 30 minutes. 

  This Saturday, it ain't no April Fools Joke as the USAC Eastern Regional Midgets presented by ARDC rock the house at the Clyde Martin Memorial Speedway. While the Midgets are squarely in the spotlight, there could be a considerable amount of cash to be claimed by the wingless 600 and wingless 270 Micro-Sprints, too. 

  With the number of entries at 40 or more (per class), the winning driver will pocket a hefty $1,000. And Lamar Shaffer of LHS Engines has posted even more incentives for drivers running his power plants in the wingless 600 class.

  The first three drivers across the finish line in the wingless 600 feature (who have an LHS engine on their car), no matter where he/she finishes, will earn a nice bonus from Shaffer. The first driver to finish with an LHS engine receives a $300 bonus, while the next pair of wheel-twisters crossing the stripe with an LHS motor will receive $150 and $50, respectively.  

  Two huge weeks of racing kick start the new season at Lanco's Clyde Martin Memorial Speedway on April 1st and April 8th, and you've just gotta be there to LIVE the excitement that is Lanco! 


The Bridgeport Speedway opens their season with the 60 Over Special/Doug Hoffman Memorial  - a two day event for the first time this year.  New clay and a well prepared racing surface made for the exciting side by side racing that Bridgeport is known for and the first event of the season was no exception!

Sunday, March 12, 2017


NEW EGYPT, NJ –  The ultimate doubleheader will return to the New Egypt Speedway when the “Jersey Rush VII”, presented by Pioneer Pole Buildings returns to New Jersey on Tuesday night, July 25.  This always popular event will carry a Wednesday night, July 26 rain date.   Gates will open at 5 PM and fans are invited to the pit area for a pre-race Meet & Greet that will continue until 6 PM. Fans may enter the pit area through the gate behind the grandstands in turn four. Race time is set for 7:30 PM.

Jimmy Horton Opens Northeast Modified Season At Georgetown Speedway Melvin L. Joseph Memorial, Kicks Off Short Track Super Series South Schedule With $5,100 Payday

GEORGETOWN, DE – On a windy and cool March afternoon at Georgetown Speedway, veteran Jimmy Horton opened the 2017 Northeast dirt Modified season in Victory Lane.
Horton, of Neshanic Station, N.J., drove Chris Larsen’s Halmar International No. 43 to the win in the 49-lap big-block/small-block Modified Melvin L. Joseph Memorial, round No. 1 of the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By VP Velocita South Region.

Friday, March 10, 2017


BECHTELSVILLE, PA March 10, 2017 . . . When the 2017 NASCAR stock car racing season kicks off at Grandview Speedway Joe “Geezer” Fanelli will be moving from the BRC Late Models to the primary class of competition, the NASCAR T.P.Trailers 358 Modifieds.

Earlier Start Time Announced For Melvin L. Joseph Memorial This Weekend At Georgetown Speedway; Northeast Modified Opener “A Go”

GEORGETOWN, DE – The 2017 Northeast opener for dirt Modifieds remains a “go” this weekend at Georgetown Speedway.

The Delaware half-mile oval is set to host the Melvin L. Joseph Memorial in memory of the speedway’s founder, auto racing pioneer and First State business icon this Saturday (March 11)

60over Special #5 - 'How One Man's Vision for Bridgeport Became Our Reality'

As Bridgeport Speedway looks to celebrate and honor the life of Doug Hoffman come March 25, we can never forget the vision that has brought us where we are today.  As everyone knows, Doug was my teenage hero growing up.  Damn, who am I kidding?  He still was my hero when I was 30 years old!  Like I said last year at this same time:  It will be a joyous day, a sad day, an exciting day, and a memorable day for everyone that walks through Bridgeport's gates on Saturday, March 25.

USAC/ARDC Midgets Headline Clyde Martin's No Wing Spring Fling On April 1st

Wingless 600 & 270 Micro-Sprints Also On Opening Night Menu
Newmanstown, PA -  When the MJF Trucking No Wing Spring Fling kicks off the 2017 racing season at Lanco's Clyde Martin Memorial Speedway on Saturday, April 1st, the beginning of a new era will continue for the Midgets of the American Racing Drivers Club. And that is not an April Fool's joke.

Smooth Track Surface Greets Racers As Georgetown Speedway Opens 2017 Season Saturday With Open Practice; Melvin L. Joseph Memorial Up Next

GEORGETOWN, DE – Despite frigid temperatures and wind, Georgetown Speedway came to life for the first time in 2017 on Saturday.
Approximately 35 race cars, spanning a variety of divisions, took part in a three-hour open practice session at the Sussex County half-mile, turning the first laps since a complete resurfacing of the speedway during the off-season.


March 3, 2017 . . . Three time Grandview Speedway BRC Late Model champion Shoemakersville, PA’s Brian Shuey is teaming up, again this year, with long time car owner Scott Lee in search of another NASCAR title to add to his already impressive resume.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Geezer Gazzette / Updates


The #22 NASCAR Whelen All American Grandview Speedway 358 Modified car is coming together nicely. The team is working tirelessly putting all the puzzle pieces together for a banner 2017 race season as a new ‘’independent’’ team, and with every week closer to practice day comes more great news to report so here are some noteworthy updates folks:

Saturday, February 18, 2017


BECHTELSVILLE, PA February 18, 2017 . . . Bernheisel Race Chassis will return, for the fifth season, as sponsor of the NASCAR Late Model racing division at Grandview Speedway for the 2017.
                “We appreciate the opportunity to work with the Rogers family in an attempt to grow and improve the Late Model division,” said BRC president Jim Bernheisel. “Grandview continues to offer a quality racing program and the Late Models are an important part of that program.”
                BRC will offer a program that includes free tire giveaways for the Late Model racers during the 2017 season as well as a Hard Charger Award for the driver that passes the most cars during feature races run during the 2017 season. The Hard Charger will earn a beautiful BRC trophy at the end of the season.
                A free tire coupon will be given to all who ran every Late Model race at Grandview during the season but did not win one in the free drawings.
                A Manufacturers Appreciation Night will also take place on Saturday, August 26th with approximately $7,000 worth of product being given away. The Late Model feature race on that night will be 35 laps and carry an increased purse.
Late Model racers must be showing BRC decals, clearly visible on both sides of the race car, in order to be eligible for the awards.
As part of the sponsorship program BRC will be able to sell the Grandview tires at their business location.
                “All of us at Grandview are excited to be a part of the BRC program.” said track spokesperson Tina Rogers. “The Late Models continue to be an important part of racing at Grandview and we want them to grow and prosper during this season and the coming seasons.”
                TP Trailers of Limerick, PA continues to offer a $100 bonus to each Late Model feature winner.
                The BRC NASCAR Late Models will be part of the tripleheader stock car racing events being offered at Grandview for each Saturday night. The T.P.Trailers NASCAR 358 Modifieds and Sportsman are also featured in the Saturday night, 7 p.m., racing action.
                Bernheisel Race Cars was established in 1981 and is nationally recognized as an outstanding manufacturer and supplier of race chassis and parts. BRC can be reached at 717.865.3119 or check in at www.bernheiselracecars.com.
                The 2017 season, the 55th consecutive season of stock car racing at Grandview Speedway, kicks off with the traditional free-to-the-public practice session on Saturday, March 25th at noon. The official season opener for Saturday night racing action will take place on April 1st at 7 p.m. and will feature the T.P.Trailers NASCAR 358 Modifieds, BRC Late Models and Sportsman stock cars.
                Grandview Speedway is located on Passmore Road, just off Route 100, in Bechtelsville, PA, 10 miles north of Pottstown. Track info number is 610.754.7688 and the Grandview Speedway website at www.grandviewspeedway.com is updated with the latest news and information regularly.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017


BECHTELSVILLE, PA (February 14, 2017) – Long-time partner of the NAPA Auto Parts Thunder on the Hill Racing Series, Pioneer Pole Buildings – the region’s premier builder of post frame buildings --will continue as a key marketing partner for the 2017 series of special events at Berks County’s Grandview Speedway.

Monday, February 13, 2017

Huge Payout Set For Georgetown Speedway 2017 Northeast Modified Opener Melvin L. Joseph Memorial March 11

GEORGETOWN, DE – Historic Georgetown Speedway in Delaware is set to host the Northeast’s season-opening dirt Modified race of 2017.

ACE Hardware Of West Chester Joins G & H Motorsports For 2017 Race Season!

Coatesville, PA – February 12, 2017 – The 2017 racing season is quickly approaching for the G & H Motorsports team and we have been working hard on securing past marking partners and picking up new ones. We are excited to welcome ACE Hardware of West Chester as our newest marketing partner! Helene Clair, Owner along with her entire team at ACE are looking forward to being part of the #46 fun this year.