panels must be straight with no contours and be a maximum of 30
inches wide with a 1/4 inch tolerance and 70 inches long with a one
inch tolerance. Center foil must be square or
rectangle in shape with all 4 corners set at 90 degrees with no
Williams Grove Speedway Saturday Night Series Street Stock News
Mechanicsburg, PA., March 22, 2015
Aquafun Pools of Halifax, PA. is returning as
the sponsor of the Williams Grove Speedway Saturday Night Series
Street Stocks. This is
the second consecutive year the regional leader in home aquatic fun
is sponsoring the Street Stock division.
Aquafun Pools began operation in 2003.
Paul Morgan, the president of Aquafun Pools, is a former
Street Stock competitor.
During his Saturday Night Series racing career, Morgan
recorded two feature wins.
Since his retirement from driving, Paul Morgan stays active
in the sport, providing pit-side aid to Street Stock driver Craig
Morgan and to Super Sportsman competitor Chad Smith.
Racing artist Jeff Jacobs returns as sponsor of
the Street Stock Hard Charger Award.
Jacobs’ ArtWerks will pay $25 each week to the Street Stock
driver that advances the most feature positions.
Kory Sites won the initial Williams Grove
Speedway Saturday Night Series Street Stock event on April 15, 2006.
Following that first race a total of 29 drivers captured a SNS
Street Stock victory.
Kory Sites is the leading feature winner with 17 triumphs.
Craig Morgan is in second with 12 victories while Doug
Hoffman is third with 11 checkered flags.
The Street Stocks continue to be one of the
most competitive forms of racing.
Each week the lead pack contains anywhere from six to ten
cars. Last season seven drivers captured a feature win.
In 2011, 10 drivers visited victory lane.
Williams Grove Speedway Saturday Night Series
action begins on May 2.
Each week the SNS will feature the Blazer’s Body Shop Super
Sportsman, Credit Connection Auto Sales 358 Late Models and Aquafun
Pools Street Stocks.
The 2015 schedule is available at:
This year racing will begin at a new time of 7
PM. Adult admission
will be at the low price of six dollars with all children 12 and
Williams Grove Speedway Saturday Night
Series Super Sportsman News
March 8, 2015,
Blazer’s Body Shop, a
long-time sponsor of the Williams Grove Speedway Saturday Night
Series Super Sportsman, will return as the 2015 primary backer of
Blazer’s Body Shop,
located on South York Road in Dillsburg, PA., opened for business in
1969. Ron Blazer operated the business. Blazer was known in local
racing beginning with his competition in the flathead-powered
Sportsman cars at the defunct Silver Spring Speedway. He later drove
Ken Appler’s powerful No. 76 Super Modified and Super Sprint.
Sprint Aces, a racing
component business on Kralltown Road in Wellsville, PA. returns as
the sponsor of the SNS Super Sportsman Hard Charger Award. The
competitor that advances the greatest number of feature positions
will receive $50 and a mug from Sprint Aces.
W.C. Eshenaur and Son
Inc., one of the Susquehanna Valley’s top heating oil companies,
will sponsor a Last Lap Challenge for the Super Sportsman division.
Any Super Sportsman driver that makes his winning pass on the final
circuit during a Saturday Night Series feature will receive $100
from W.C. Eshenaur and Son Inc.
The Williams Grove Super
Sportsman completed a highly competitive 2014 season. The Super
Sportsman, a race car unique to this area, competed in 16 events and
had ten feature winners.
The Saturday Night Series
began in 2006 with Dave Calaman winning the inaugural race. During
the ten-year span of the successful series, 35 drivers scored
victories at Williams Grove Speedway. Frankie Herr is the leading
Saturday Night Series Super Sportsman feature winner with 22
victories. Scott Geesey and Paul Miller have ten wins placing them
in a tie for second.
Saturday, May 2nd will be
the first race in the 2015 Williams Grove Speedway Saturday Night
Series. The Blazer’s Body Shop Super Sportsman, Credit Connection
Auto Sales 358 Late Models and Aquafun Pools Street Stocks will
compete in the 16-race schedule.
All racing will begin at 7
PM with adult admission just six dollars with children 12 and under