Williams Grove Speedway Finalizes Their 2015 Saturday Night
Mechanicsburg, PA., December 7, 2014
winter’s winds roll across the idle Williams Grove Speedway
surface, track owner Kathy Hughes is busy planning the 2015
Hughes, along with speedway manager Justin
Loh, finalized their plans for the popular Saturday Night
Series. The series
is celebrating its 10th anniversary at the famed
half-mile oval. The
show, featuring the Super Sportsman, 358 Late Models and Street
Stocks will return for a 16-race season.
Racing will begin on May 2.
A major change will be the starting time.
Races will begin at 7 PM for all 2015 shows.
The change will provide competitors with more moisture in
the surface and better racing for the fans.
A second change comes with the admission
price. Kathy Hughes
continues to make the Saturday Night Series an affordable night
of entertainment for families.
Hughes had a five-dollar admission for adults making her
Saturday night racing the family-friendly track in the
Harrisburg – York region.
Due to increasing costs in track operations
ticket prices will rise by just one dollar for 2015.
The new six-dollar admission continues to be the lowest
racing ticket in the region.
Williams Grove Speedway Saturday Night Series fans do not
have to return to receive their discount; each week the fans pay
Speedway management will continue to reward
the three divisions.
Besides their 16 events, all three classes will be added
to Friday night shows.
Kids Night returns on July 18.
The racing carnival is wildly popular with children. The
2014 Kids Night set an all-time attendance record.
A new event will be School’s Out on June 6.
The free candy at intermission will remain along with
interviews with drivers.
Williams Grove Speedway continues to be the family-friendly
track featuring the best in Super Sportsman, 358 Late Models and
SNS division will make an appearance on a Friday Night race
(Sportsman 4/3, 4/17; Late Models 4/24; Street Stocks 7/3, 8/21)
Topless 30 for Late Models will be on Friday, September 11 and
be a complete SNS show with Super Sportsman and Street Stocks
Super Sportsman 18; 358 Late Models 17; Street Stocks
40th Annual Sportsman 100 ( 36 Cars ):
1) 99 Frankie Herr ( $4000 ) 2) 55c Chad Criswell 3) 77 Russ
Mitten 4) 3B Mike Enders 5) 93 Carmen Perigo Jr. 6) 21 Doug
Dodson 7) 25 Bobby
Hockenberry 8) 99c Chad Smith 9) 58
Paul Miller 10) 21 LeRoy Martin 11) 71 Steve Wilbur 12) 8 Rich
Eichelberger 13) 222 Steve Fannasy 14)
7 Todd Leonard 15) 19 Devin Beidel 16) 75 Kenny Edkin 17) 77w
Tom Wyckoff 18) 1J Kevin Nouse 19) 32 Gregg Foster 20) 7c Chad
30 Scott Dellinger 22) 17J Tony Jackson 23) 33 Scott Geesey 24)
29 Duaine Smith
DNQ: 3 Eric Walker, 318 Ted Thomas Jr., 25s Chris Meleason, 29w
Adam wray, 91 Lanny Hake, 45 Dave Socks, 3J Russ Lebo, 99G Scott
1 Timmy Barrick, 18 Dave Conrad, 20w Davey Walsh, 17 Brian Gontz
Fast Time Award by Piper Advertising & CapitalSenior Services (
$200 ) 55c Chad Criswell* * Chad's sponsor "The Can Man " Also
$100 for fast time!
Most Laps Lead by Marchelle & Dan ( $50 ) to 99 Frankie Herr
Glenns Straley Hard Luck Award (
$200 ) to 99G Scott Grace
Sprint Aces Hard Charger Award ( $50 ) #93 Carmen Perigo Jr. (
20th to 5th )
99 Frankie Herr $1088
3B Mike Enders $210
32 Gregg Foster $145
Special thank you to Leroy Martin for 39 years of racing! LeRoy
informed me after the race that tonight was his final race.
watching you all these years!
More Sportsman 100 photos on the Race
Day Photos page