Western PA Speedweek Schedule Set for Triumphant Return in 2022

Shippenville, PA (Dec 1st, 2021) – Western Pennsylvania’s best sprint car drivers will battle it out again for five straight nights of unsanctioned racing in 2022 as they all fight for the coveted speedweek crown. Speedweek action will be on display on consecutive nights from Wednesday, June 1st through Sunday, June 5th at Michael’s Mercer Raceway (Mercer, PA), Thunder Mountain Speedway (Brookville, PA), Lernerville Speedway (Sarver, PA), Sharon Speedway (Hartford, OH) and Tri City Raceway Park (Franklin, PA).

Serving as an encore to the successful 2021 reboot, next summer’s iteration will feature increased purses, nightly contingency awards and giveaways, and another healthy point fund to reward the week’s top performing drivers. The framework for last year’s rebirth will remain intact, beginning with the same five racetracks from last year returning to the mix. The group time trial format used last season was extremely popular with both drivers and fans alike, and will also be utilized again in the upcoming 2022 speedweek.

All Western PA Speedweek shows in 2022 will offer an increased A-Main purse! While the winner’s share remains an impressive $3,000 each night, an extra $2,000 has been added across positions 2-24 boosts the feature purse to a whopping $14,000 total. Highlights beyond the returning winner’s share include a $1,500 runner-up prize as well as boasting a minimum $300 to all A-Main starters.

2022 SCHEDULE

Wed, June 1st – Michael’s Mercer Raceway
Thu, June 2nd – Thunder Mountain Speedway
Fri, June 3rd – Lernerville Speedway
Sat, June 4th – Sharon Speedway
Sun, June 5th – Tri City Raceway Park


2022 PURSE

Beyond the increased purse, Western PA Speedweek remains enticing for the winged warriors due to the limited amount of travel required to compete in all five nights, with the round-trip total clocking in at exactly 259 miles from beginning to end. Local Western PA teams have the ability to return home and to their shops each night, while any invaders have the unique opportunity of racing five consecutive nights at tracks so closely connected together.

Though details have yet to be finalized, the 2022 Western PA Speedweek point fund will at a minimum match what was paid out in 2021. Last summer’s champion earned $2,500 with the full breakdown looking like this: 1. $2500, 2. $1500, 3. $1000, 4. $750, 5. $500, 6-10. $250

Additional details will also be released in the near future regarding the nightly Quick Time, Hard Charger, Hard Luck and Loyalty awards that will indeed be returning in 2022.

The first two shows of the 2021 Western PA Sprint Speedweek were unfortunately lost to rain after both Michael’s Mercer Raceway and Thunder Mountain Speedway succumbed to the heavy rains and wet grounds provided by Mother Nature. A picture perfect three days were then on tap for Friday, Saturday and Sunday that saw a total of 47 different drivers compete in the events at Lernerville Speedway, Sharon Speedway and Tri City Raceway Park

Central PA sprint car regular Ryan Smith, of Fleetwood, PA, stole the show in 2021 by capturing two wins and a 3rd place finish in route to his Western PA Speedweek championship. Smith, a former World of Outlaw winner at the Port Royal Speedway, was joined in victory lane by fellow Central PA driver Brad Howard of Enola, PA. Howard’s triumph at the half-mile Tri City Raceway Park oval marked his first career win in the 410 Sprint Car division.

2021 Winners
2 – Ryan Smith (Lernerville Speedway, Sharon Speedway)
1 – Brad Howard (Tri City Raceway Park)

2021 Points Standings
1 – Ryan Smith (6R)
2 – Brad Howard (49H)
3 – Brandon Matus (13)
4 – Lee Jacobs (81)
T5 – A.J. Flick (2)
T5 – Carl Bowser (11)
7 – Darin Gallagher (12)
8 – Bob Felmlee (6)
9 – Michael Bauer (29)
10 – Landon Myers (19M)

Fans can retrieve more information about each speedway by visiting their track website and social media platforms, or by contacting their individual track offices.

Any companies or individuals interested in supporting Western PA Sprint Speedweek are encouraged to get in touch. For further information pertaining to driers or interested partners, please contact Tyler Beichner by phone or text at (814) 221-1712 or email the speedweek group at westernpaspeedweek@gmail.com.

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Mother Nature Wins Again as Rain Forces a Night #2 Cancellation

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Shippenville, PA (Jun 3, 2021) – Thunder Mountain Speedway has been forced to cancel tonight’s race, dubbed “Round #2” of the 2021 Western PA Speedweek slate, due to inclement weather. Heavy rains hit the Brookville, PA speedway just before noon, and with more in the forecast the track was beyond recovery. The event will not be made up.

We once again are forced to look ahead as beautiful weather awaits the ‘410’ Sprint Cars for each of the remaining three events: Fri, June 4th at Lernerville Speedway; Sat, June 5th at Sharon Speedway; and Sun June 6th at Tri-City Raceway Park.

Saturday night’s race at Sharon Speedway will now be paying $3,500 to-win and $300 to start. Thanks go out to Shaun Krill and Krill Recycling for the purse boost that now makes this the highest paying race of speedweek! Please make sure to visit Krill Recycling in Fenelton, PA for all of your scrap and recycling needs. For more info you can visit them online at https://krillrecycling.com/. Friday and Sunday’s shows remain as scheduled with the original $3,000 to-win, $250 to-start purse.

In addition, the full speedweek points fund not only remains in tact, but has actually increased. Our good friends at The A-Main Podcast and Blanket Hill Speedway have chipped in to add an extra $100 to the 6th spot in points. Full points fund as follows:
1. $2500
2. $1500
3. $1000
4. $750
5. $500
6. $350
7-10. $250

Furthermore, our unique bonus structure will allow the Knox Bakery quick time award and Rustler Sales and Service hard charger award to INCREASE as well. Wedge Motorsports has also put up an additional $100 hard luck award to be presented each night.
Quick time award – $250 each night
Hard charger award – $333 each night
Hard luck award – $100 each night

Not to be forgotten, each of our loyalty programs will still be in tact. One free RR Hoosier tire will be given away each night at the driver’s meeting. Sharon Speedway will also be awarding 4 free pit passes to the Lou Blaney Memorial following speedweek to one driver that has perfect attendance. Last but certainly not least, Alternative Power Sources will be awarding a Yamaha pressure washer Sunday night to a randomly selected driver with perfect attendance.

2021 Western PA Speedweek Schedule
Wed, Jun 2nd – Michaels Mercer Raceway – RAINED OUT
Thu, Jun 3rd – Thunder Mountain Speedway – RAINED OUT
Fri, Jun 4th – Lernerville Speedway
Sat, Jun 5th – Sharon Speedway
Sun, Jun 6th – Tri-City Raceway Park

Western PA Sprint Speedweek is brought to you by Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants together with J.S. Bova Excavating, LLC along with the support of Affordable Powder Coating, Bill McCandless Ford, Classic Ink USA, The Dirt Network, Knox Bakery, McClung Auto Body, Mobile Bail Bonds of Pennsylvania, Rustler Sales and Service, World of Wheels, and the A-Main Podcast.

Rain Forces Cancellation of Night #1 at Mercer, All Eyes Turn to Thunder Mountain on Thursday

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Shippenville, PA (June 2, 2021) – In a season already plagued by rain and unseasonably cold temperatures, Mother Nature strikes again forcing the cancellation of Night #1 that was scheduled to take place Wednesday, June 2nd at Michaels Mercer Raceway in Mercer, PA. With the constant light rain throughout the day coupled with the impending nightly forecast, track and speedweek officials agreed to cancel the event with the best interests of the drivers and fans in mind. The race will not be rescheduled.

We now turn our attention to Night #2 that will take place tomorrow on Thursday, June 3rd at the Thunder Mountain Speedway in Brookville, PA. This will be the speedway’s first of two scheduled ‘410’ Sprint Car events on the 2021 schedule, with the other slated for Friday, July 23rd.

Pricing for tomorrow’s event that also includes the Super Late Models and Pure Stocks is General Admission $18, Seniors $16, Students (Aged 7-17) $10, Kids (6 and under) FREE, Pits $30. Gate and starting times are as follows.

4:00 Pit gates open
5:30 Grandstands open
6:15 Sprint car pill draw closes + driver’s meeting
6:30 Sprint car heat-in-motor
6:45 Sprint car group qualifying
7:30 Opening ceremonies

The weekend swing of Western PA Sprint Speedweek will commence on Friday, June 4th at Lernerville Speedway followed by Sharon Speedway on Saturday, June 5th and Tri-City Raceway Park on Sunday, June 6th. All remaining shows will still feature a $3,000 to win, $250 to start purse.

Western PA Sprint Speedweek is brought to you by Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants together with J.S. Bova Excavating, LLC along with the support of Affordable Powder Coating, Bill McCandless Ford, Classic Ink USA, The Dirt Network, Knox Bakery, McClung Auto Body, Mobile Bail Bonds of Pennsylvania, Rustler Sales and Service, World of Wheels, and the A-Main Podcast.

Michaels Mercer Raceway Ready to Kickoff Speedweek Rebirth

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Shippenville, PA (Jun 2, 2021) – Michaels Mercer Raceway in Mercer, PA is groomed and ready to host Round #1 of the 2021 Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants Western PA Sprint Speedweek presented by J.S. Bova Excavating on Wednesday evening.

Racers will be competing for a $3,000 winner’s share and an early jump on the rest of the field in the Western PA Speedweek points standings. Additional bonuses include $150 going to the fastest overall qualifier, and an additional $200 award being presented to the hard charger in the A-Main. Both of those amounts can increase if any subsequent Speedweek shows are canceled.

A bevy of drivers with varying experience in the 410 Sprint Car division, at least 17 different cars in total, have already committed to attempting the full five-night swing that will begin tonight on the 3/8th mile D-shaped oval. Long a regular Saturday night home for the 410 Sprints on the Western PA circuit, Mercer has pivoted to hosting a handful of high-paying races for the premier dirt track division in each of the past few seasons since Edward Michaels took over at the helm.

While more than a handful of drivers will be in attendance that have earned wins across the northeast region, it will be Hermitage’s Adam Kekich racing with a target on his back. Kekich, a 3rd generation driver whose family has a storied history in the region, has become a master of the tight confines. After almost going perfect in 2020 at the speedway, he capitalized on the lone sprint car show ran at the track so far this season by picking up the April 24th win over a fourteen-car field.

Pit gates will open at 4pm followed by grandstand gates breaking loose one hour later at 5pm. Times and ticket prices are listed below:

$15 Grandstands
$13 Seniors
$30 Pit Pass
$25 Senior Pit Pass

4:00 Pit gates open
5:00 Grandstands open
6:00 Pill draw closes and drivers meeting
6:45 410 Sprint group qualifying
7:30 Opening ceremonies

Western PA Sprint Speedweek is brought to you by Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants together with J.S. Bova Excavating, LLC along with the support of Affordable Powder Coating, Bill McCandless Ford, Classic Ink USA, The Dirt Network, Knox Bakery, McClung Auto Body, Mobile Bail Bonds of Pennsylvania, Rustler Sales and Service, World of Wheels, and the A-Main Podcast.

Gate Times and Ticket Prices

The rebirth of the Western PA Sprint Speedweek is rapidly approaching with just two days remaining until the kickoff event at Michaels Mercer Raceway in Mercer, PA. Over 15 drivers have already committed to attempting to run the entire five-day swing with drivers such as A.J. Flick, Sye Lynch, Josh Baughman, Carl Bowser, Brandon Spithaler and Jack Sodeman Jr. being just a few notable names to commit.

Drivers will be competing for a nightly purse bookended by $3,000 to win and $250 to start. Nightly awards will also be up for grabs with a minimum $150 going to the fastest qualifier, and a minimum $200 hard charger award to the driver advancing the most positions during each feature event.

Western PA Sprint Speedweek is brought to you by Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants together with J.S. Bova Excavating, LLC along with the support of Affordable Powder Coating, Bill McCandless Ford, Classic Ink USA, The Dirt Network, Knox Bakery, McClung Auto Body, Mobile Bail Bonds of Pennsylvania, Rustler Sales and Service, World of Wheels, and the A-Main Podcast.

Wed, June 2nd Michaels Mercer Raceway
$15 general admission, $30 pits

4:00 pit gates open
5:00 grandstands open
6:00 pill draw closes and driver’s meeting
6:30 group qualifying

Thu, June 3rd Thunder Mountain Speedway
$18 general admission, $30 pits

4:00 pit gates open
5:30 grandstands open
6:15 pill draw closes and driver’s meeting
6:45 group qualifying

Fri, June 4th Lernerville Speedway
$20 general admission, $30 pits ($25 w/ DIRTcar membership)

4:00 pit gates open
5:00 grandstands open
6:15 pill draw closes and driver’s meeting
6:45 group qualifying

Sat, June 5th Sharon Speedway
$15 general admission, $30 pits

4:00 pit gates open
5:00 grandstands open
6:00 pill draw closes and driver’s meeting
6:30 group qualifying

Sun, June 6th Tri-City Raceway Park
$15 general admission, $30 pits

2:00 pit gates open
4:00 grandstands open
5:00 pill draw closes and driver’s meeting
5:30 group qualifying

2021 Speedweek Point Fund and Contingency Award Details Released

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Shippenville, PA (Mar 8th, 2021) – The 2021 Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants Western PA Sprint Speedweek presented by J.S. Bova Excavating is proud to announce that nearly $10,000 will be paid out through point fund and contingency awards this coming summer. When combined with feature purses, well over $70,000 in total will be awarded to teams and drivers during the five-night swing taking place from June 2nd-6th.

The top ten performing drivers that attend every night of the 2021 Western PA Sprint Speedweek will share $7,500 with $2,500 going to the champion. The full point fund breakdown is as follows, and is contingent on the miniseries completing at least three of the five events:

$2500 – 1st place
$1500 – 2nd place
$1000 – 3rd place
$ 750 – 4th place
$ 500 – 5th place
$ 250 – 6th thru 10th place


Additionally, the Knox Bakery Quick Time Award will pay a minimum $150 to the driver turning the fastest lap in qualifying to start the evening. This comes with an intriguing twist in that the full $750 amount will be awarded for the week, and the total allotment will be divided by the number of completed nights. In other words, for each night of racing that isn’t completed (i.e. rained out), the quick time award for all other nights will increase. Breakdown:

5 races – $150 quick time award
4 races – $187 quick time award
3 races – $250 quick time award
2 races – $375 quick time award
1 race – $750 quick time award


The Rustler Sales and Service Hard Charger Award will pay a minimum $200 each night to the driver advancing the most positions during the feature event. The final awarded payout will be determined by the number of completed races, and calculated exactly the same as the quick time award above. Breakdown:

5 races – $200 hard charger award
4 races – $250 hard charger award
3 races – $333 hard charger award
2 races – $500 hard charger award
1 race – $1000 hard charger award


The North Country Brewing Hard Luck Award will also be in effect each night, with a case of their specialty craft beer going to the competitor finishing in the last position of all five feature events.

“We’re really overwhelmed with all of the positive feedback that Western PA Sprint Speedweek has received from both drivers and fans alike,” stated speedweek director Tyler Beichner. “Just as importantly, the unending support from all our marketing partners has allowed us to provide these prizes and payouts to the great drivers and teams of our area. Without each and every one of them, this would not be possible.”

Returning this coming summer following a 20-year hiatus, Western Pennsylvania’s ‘410 Sprint Cars’ will compete for five straight nights around the Western PA racing circuit. Drivers will battle it out each evening for a robust feature purse, bookended by $3000-to-win and $250 to start, at Michael’s Mercer Raceway (Wed, Jun 2nd), Thunder Mountain Speedway (Thu, Jun 3rd), Lernerville Speedway (Fri, Jun 4th), Sharon Speedway (Sat, Jun 5th) and Tri-City Raceway Park (Sun, Jun 6th). Each race will utilize the same group qualifying format that has been used and made popular at Sharon over the last few years.

Western PA Sprint Speedweek is brought to you by Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants together with J.S. Bova Excavating, LLC along with the support of Affordable Powder Coating, Bill McCandless Ford, Classic Ink USA, The Dirt Network, Knox Bakery, McClung Auto Body, Mobile Bail Bonds of Pennsylvania, North Country Brewing Company, Rustler Sales and Service, World of Wheels, and the A-Main Podcast.

Any companies or individuals interested in further supporting Western PA Sprint Speedweek are encouraged to get in touch. For additional information pertaining to drivers or interested sponsors, please contact Tyler Beichner by phone or text at (814) 221-1712 or email the speedweek group at westernpaspeedweek@gmail.com.

The Western PA Sprint Speedweek website is www.westernpaspeedweek.com. You can also like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/westernpasprintspeedweek and follow us on Twitter @WesternPASpdwk.

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J.S. Bova Excavating Joins Speedweek as Presenting Sponsor

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Shippenville, PA (Jan 31st, 2021) – Staff members of the Western PA Sprint Speedweek are excited to introduce J.S. Bova Excavating LLC as the presenting sponsor of this summer’s upcoming five-race speedweek scheduled to run from Wednesday, June 2nd through Sunday, June 6th.

J.S. Bova is a family-owned excavating company and general contractor known for its outstanding service, extensive expertise, steadfast reliability, and commitment to safety. They proudly serve the Eastern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania area out of their central Struthers, OH location. J.S. Bova Excavating is also a member of the Ohio Contractor’s Association (Youngstown), a Youngstown Regional Chamber member, NFIB member, and is a BBB Accredited Business with an A+ rating.

“We’re excited to get behind the revival of Western PA Speedweek” said owner Joe Bova. “We believe the area sprint car competition and racetracks are underrated and on the upswing, and we want to be associated with the excitement that this event brings.”

Founded during the summer of 2013, Joe and Sherri Bova worked as a couple to build their family business from the ground up. In less than a decade they have expanded their portfolio to offer a wide range of services that include underground utilities and retention systems, water, pump stations, treatment plants, horizontal boring, directional drilling, land clearing, site demolition, concrete work, pond construction, and much more.

J.S. Bova Excavating LLC would love the opportunity to assist with all your excavating and general contractor needs. You can contact them by phone at (234) 254-4040, email at info@jsbova.com, or via their website contact form https://jsbova.com/contact/.

Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants Western PA Sprint Speedweek presented by J.S. Bova Excavating returns from a 20-year hiatus this coming June 2nd-6th. Western Pennsylvania’s ‘410 Sprint Cars’ will compete for five straight nights around the Western PA racing circuit, with each show featuring a strong purse bookended by $3,000-to-win and $250 to start. Total point fund, contingency and product giveaway details are being finalized and will be announced at a later date.

Any companies or individuals interested in supporting Western PA Sprint Speedweek are encouraged to get in touch. For further information pertaining to drivers or interested sponsors, please contact Tyler Beichner by phone or text at (814) 221-1712 or email the speedweek group at westernpaspeedweek@gmail.com.

The Western PA Sprint Speedweek website is http://www.westernpaspeedweek.com. You can also like our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/westernpasprintspeedweek and follow us on Twitter @WesternPASpdwk.

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Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants Welcomed as Speedweek Title Sponsor

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Shippenville, PA (Jan 25th, 2021) – Western PA Sprint Speedweek staff are proud to welcome aboard Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants as title sponsor of the upcoming five race miniseries slated to take place from Jun 2nd-6th, 2021.

Fresh off a successful stint as the presenting sponsor of the popular “Wild Wing Shootout” held over 2,000 miles away at Arizona Speedway, Schaeffer’s has identified the newly reformed Western PA Sprint Speedweek as the perfect opportunity to inject support and backing into a thriving local racing community. Just as their heritage and past has shaped the company’s trajectory through the years, they too believe that local racing is the root of motorsports and its success/popularity nationwide.

Schaeffer’s wide variety of products have achieved a world-class reputation for improving engine performance and fuel economy. Their diverse product line includes all types of synthetic motor oils, hydraulic fluids, diesel fuel additives, industrial lubricants, greases and oils, chain lubes, and degreasers.

Family owned and operated since 1839, Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants aims to manufacture and supply superior quality lubricants, fuel additives and chemicals that provide value added performance for all their customers. Built on a strong foundation of success and pioneering change, they have grown and adapted to the changing needs of their customers for over 175 years by inventing new technologies in order to gain a special advantage.

Local area sales rep Mark McIver is factory trained and experienced in the industry, and is suited to assist in determining which Schaeffer product will best meet your demands. Contact Mark today at (814) 720-5255 to help address all your oil and lubrication needs!

Western PA Sprint Speedweek returns Jun. 2nd-6th this coming summer when the ‘410 Sprints’ compete for five straight nights around the Western PA racing circuit, with each show featuring a robust purse highlighted by the $3,000 winner’s share. Points fund, contingency and product giveaway details are still being finalized and will be announced at a later date.

Companies or individuals interested in supporting Western PA Sprint Speedweek are encouraged to get in touch. For further information pertaining to drivers or interested sponsors, please contact Tyler Beichner by phone or text at (814) 221-1712 or email the speedweek group at westernpaspeedweek@gmail.com.

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Area Tracks Align to Revive Western PA Sprint Speedweek in 2021

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Shippenville, PA (Jan 19th, 2021) – Owners and promoters of five local tracks within the Western Pennsylvania racing circuit have aligned to rekindle the formerly defunct Western PA Sprint Speedweek for the popular ‘410 Sprint Car’ division this coming summer. Five straight nights of unsanctioned racing are slated to take place under the lights at Michael’s Mercer Raceway (Mercer, PA), Thunder Mountain Speedway (Brookville, PA), Lernerville Speedway (Sarver, PA), Sharon Speedway (Hartford, OH) and Tri City Raceway Park (Franklin, PA).

Previously run under the All Star Circuit of Champions banner from 1993-2000, Western PA Sprint Speedweek has been on a 20-year hiatus while local speedways actively searched for a model that could prove successful for all tracks, drivers and fans involved. Call it perfect timing if you will, because the crop of talent found weekly in our Western PA ‘410 Sprint Car’ fields is growing, and continues to improve each year. The revival of Western PA Sprint Speedweek is aimed at supplementing that growth, while also rewarding area tracks and sponsors for their continuing investment and support of local motor racing.

“The ‘410 Sprint Car’ division in the local area has been through many ups-and-downs over the last two decades, but there’s no doubt it’s as strong now as it ever was”, said Sharon Speedway general manager Dave Willoughby. “You see our guys competing for spots up front everywhere they go, and that even includes out at some of the tougher Central PA tracks.”

Each event in 2021 boasts a standardized $12,000 main event purse, bookended by paying $3,000 to win and $250 to start. A full purse breakdown can be found HERE. A lucrative point fund is also being developed with full details being announced at a later date.

In addition to the increased money up for grabs, the 2021 edition of Western PA Sprint Speedweek aids both fans and drivers alike as the entire five-race circuit can be had for just over 250 miles of travel between tracks from start to finish. The immediacy of the host tracks is a huge benefit for all parties involved, and is regarded by both promoters and racers as a major plus.

Michael’s Mercer Raceway will kickstart the action with a rare Wednesday night race on June 2nd. Interestingly enough, the only other speedweek event ever held at Mercer also came on a Wednesday as they hosted Night #1 of speedweek back in June of 2000.

Thunder Mountain Speedway will follow up on Thursday night, June 3rd as they’ll host their first of two ‘410 Sprint’ shows of the season. This will mark the first visit for ‘410 Sprints’ since the summer of 2019 when Apollo’s A.J. Flick was first to the checkers.

Lernerville Speedway’s Friday night program will mark the midway point of speedweek when they open the weekend festivities. Not only was “The Action Track” on the schedule for all eight years of the former Western PA Sprint Speedweek ran from 1993-2000, but remarkably they were also able to complete each of their scheduled shows free of rain.

Though Sharon Speedway is located just across the state line in Hartford, OH, the 3/8-mile oval has been a staple on the Western PA circuit since operations at the track began way back in 1929. This race will mark the final tune-up for our local contingent as they prepare for the revered Ohio Speedweek stop just 10 days later.

Western PA Sprint Speedweek will conclude on Sunday night at the Merle Black owned Tri City Raceway Park in Franklin, PA. After a brief hiatus, Black purchased the 1/2-mile speedway in 2020, and brought it roaring back to life while featuring the ‘410 Sprint Cars’ as their premier weekly division.

Full schedule
Jun 2nd, 2021 (Wed)
– Michael’s Mercer Raceway
Jun 3rd, 2021 (Thu) – Thunder Mountain Speedway
Jun 4th, 2021 (Fri) – Lernerville Speedway
Jun 5th, 2021 (Sat) – Sharon Speedway
Jun 6th, 2021 (Sun) – Tri City Raceway Park

Additional details will be released in the near future regarding the established point fund and other race night details. Stay tuned here and to all of our social media outlets for the latest updates and breaking news related to the 2021 Western PA Sprint Speedweek.

Fans can retrieve more information on each speedway by visiting their websites and social media platforms, or by contacting their individual track offices.

Any companies or individuals interested in supporting Western PA Sprint Speedweek are encouraged to get in touch. For further information pertaining to drivers or interested sponsors, please contact Tyler Beichner by phone or text at (814) 221-1712 or email the speedweek group at westernpaspeedweek@gmail.com.

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