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09/18/06


Three Great Days of Racing at SSP’s York County Nationals This Week

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (August 21, 2006) – An exciting three days of racing at the Susquehanna Speedway Park will take place this week on Thursday, Friday and Saturday with the York County Nationals. This event will highlight all of the exciting racing divisions of SSP with all point championship culminating at the end of the event.

DAY 1 – Thursday night, August 31 (Raindate to be announced)
On Thursday, August 31, the Sprint Cars return with three feature events on the same night. Also competing will be the Xtreme Stock Cars (no XSC Rookie Rumble) and the Legends Cars Dirt Nationals Qualifier event.
The starting lineup for the makeup Sprint Car feature event postponed due to rain on Thursday, June 22 will be: 1) 07 Mark Coldren; 2) 3 Bob Bennett; 3) 89 Cody Darrah; 4) 25 Lance Dewease; 5) 11c Cory Haas; 6) x Bob Weaver; 7) 12c Blaine Heimbach; 8) 77 Greg Hodnett; 9) 22 Fred Rahmer; 10) 12 Chad Layton; 11) 51 Karl Baker; 12) 69 Michael Carber; 13) 7c Dave Cordier Jr.; 14) 7m Mike Mansfield; 15) 33 Scott Lutz; 16) 28h Billy Hetzel Jr.; 17) 66 Roger Fickett; 18) 28 Chad Jumper.
The restart order for the Sprint Car make-up feature (from August 10) with 9 laps complete will be: 1. Doug Esh, 2. Blaine Heimbach, 3. Chad Jumper, 4. Michael Carber, 5. Scott Lutz, 6. Bobby Weaver, 7. Dave Cordier, 8. Jim Nace, 9. Andy McKisson, 10. Cory Haas, 11. Daryl Stimeling, 12. Cody Darrah, 13. Karl Baker, 14. A.J. Michael, 15. Gordon Sonft, 16. Billy Heltzel, 17. Mark Coldren, 18. Alan Krimes (-5 laps), 19. Mike Whitebread (-5 laps), 20. Mike Mansfield (-7 laps).
The third feature will pay the regular purse of $3,500 to win for the 25-lap National Event (originally scheduled for 32 laps). The starting lineup for the feature event will be determined with the “King of the Posse Match Races” for the top five in points after the second makeup feature is completed. The top five in points will square off in one-on-one 2 lap races along with the three heat race winners in a single elimination 8-driver tournament. The winner of the tournament will be awarded the pole position for the York County Nationals and $300.00. The King of the Posse tournament will determine the top 8 positions for the feature and the remainder of the field will line up “heads up” based off of heat and consolation finishes. Twenty cars will take the green for the York County Nationals feature event. Heat race lineups will be determined by a blind draw at the beginning of the evening.
The Xtreme Stock Cars will lineup based on total points for the season with the point leader starting on the pole position. The winner will also receive $300.00 to win the feature event. There will be no XSC “Rookie Rumble” feature however all Rookie Rumble drivers may tag the rear of the Xtreme Stock Car feature without jeopardizing their “Rookie Rumble” status.
The Legends Cars feature will also be an INEX Dirt National Qualifier in which the first Pro, Semi-Pro and Master drivers in the feature will receive provisional starting spots in the A-Main of the Legends Cars Dirt Nationals at the Lucas Oil Speedway in October.
Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand area at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 31. Warmups begin at 6:45 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:00 p.m. (This is a change from the normal starting time).
Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday, August 31 are Adults - $18.00; Teens (13 - 17) - $12.00 and Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $25.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders.
There will be an SSP Repeat Fan Discount of $2.00 for each person with a ticket stub from August 10, August 24 or August 25 events for August 31. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30.00 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

DAY 2 – Friday night, September 1 (Raindate – Sunday, Sept. 3)
On Friday, September 1, the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Street Stocks and Four Cylinder Stock Cars return in action along with a York Haven Auto Sales Women on Wheels Mini Van Race.
The Trail Motors Super Sportsman event has been reduced from 75 laps to 50 laps as a request of the car owners and drivers to save money during these tough economic times.
The total purse for the 24 starters is $9,000.00 paying $2,000.00 the winner and $150.00 to start the race. The normal handicapping system will be used to set all heat and feature event lineups. The first 40 of the 50 laps counted for the feature event will be all green and yellow flag laps. The final 10 laps will be green flag laps only. A fuel stop is not scheduled unless needed.
The Street Stocks will be handicapped through the season long points handicapping process. The Street Stock feature event will pay a special $500.00 to win. The heats for the Four Cylinders will be be derived through a blind draw. The winner of the Four Cylinder Stock Cars will receive $300.00.
Friday night will also be the final round of the Clean Technologies Young Guns Series for all Street Stock drivers who are 21 years of age and younger to compete in a five lap dash race. The winner of the dash will receive $100.00 with second place collecting $50.00. Both third and fourth place finishers will receive $25.00 each. The driver with the best cumulative finishes over the four race series will receive $200.00. The current point standings after two rounds are 1. Chad Smith (24); 2. Eric Walker (22); 3. Joey Hoffer (20); 4. Dave Thompson, Tim Drawbaugh and Jenn Scott (3). All Young Guns drivers will also receive trophies compliments of WRS Motorsports.
Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand area at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 1. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Grandstand ticket prices for Friday, August 25 are Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; and Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders.
There will be an SSP Repeat Fan Discount of $2.00 for each person with a ticket stub from August 24, August 25 or August 31 events for September 1. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30.00 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

DAY 3 – Saturday night, September 2 (Raindate – Sunday, Sept. 3)
On Saturday, September 2, the ARDC Midgets, Late Models and Classic Cars will be on the racing card.
The ARDC Midgets will compete in Twin 20 lap features and the Late Models will compete in a 40-lap main event. The first 30 laps will count all green and yellow flag laps. The final 10 laps will be all green flag laps. The Late Model feature event will pay $1,000 to the winner and the lineups will be derived from the normal handicapping procedure. The Classic Cars feature will also be increased to 20 laps.
Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand area at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 2. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Grandstand ticket prices for Saturday, September 2 are Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $8.00; and Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders.
There will be an SSP Repeat Fan Discount of $2.00 for each person with a ticket stub from August 24, August 25, August 31 or September 1 events for September 2. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30.00 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park
www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170
August 31, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $22.00; Non members - $25.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults (18 & older) - $18.00; Teens – $12.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:00 p.m. Sprint Cars Driver’s Meeting
6:15 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars and Classic Cars Driver’s Meeting
6:30 p.m. - 6:55 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Sprint Cars
Xtreme Stock Cars
Legends Cars
7:00 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:05 p.m. Sprint Car Make Up Feature from June 22 (25 laps)
Legends Cars Heat Races (6 laps)
Sprint Car Make Up Feature from August 10 (last 16 laps)
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (20 laps w/ <20 cars; 25 laps w/ 20 to 29 cars; 30 laps
w/ 30+ cars) – 30 minute time limit
Sprint Car Heat Races (8 laps)
Legends Cars Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Sprint Car “King of the Posse Challenge”(2 laps) – winner continues in bracket
Sprint Car Consolation Race (10 laps) – if necessary
Legends Cars Feature (15 laps)
Sprint Car Feature (25 laps)
* Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!

September 1, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $20.00; Non members - $22.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $14.00; Teens (13-17) – $10.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:35 p.m. Street Stocks & Four Cylinder Stock Car Driver’s Meeting
6:45 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting
7:00 p.m. - 7:25 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Street Stocks
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Four Cylinder Stock Cars
Women on Wheels Mini Vans
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Street Stock Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Four Cylinder Stock Car Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Street Stock Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Four Cylinder Stock Car Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
York Haven Auto Sales Women on Wheels Mini Van Feature (10 laps)
Clean Technologies “Young Guns” Street Stock Dash Race (5 laps)
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Street Stock Feature (20 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Championship (50 laps)
Four Cylinder Stock Cars Feature (20 laps)

September 2, 2006 - Saturday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:30 p.m. ARDC Midgets Driver’s Meeting
6:40 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting
6:50 p.m. Classic Cars Driver’s Meeting
7:00 p.m. - 7:25 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Late Models
Classic Cars
ARDC Midgets
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Classic Cars Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
ARDC Midgets Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
ARDC Midgets Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Classic Cars Feature (20 laps)
ARDC Midgets Feature #1 (20 laps)
Late Models Feature (40 laps)
ARDC Midgets Feature #2 (20 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
Speedway Flea Market Continues Every Sunday – The “new” Speedway Flea Market continues every Sunday morning 6:00 a.m. There will be plenty of things for everyone. Vendor fees are $10.00 per day and setup begins at 5:30 a.m. Space will be limited to a “reasonable” amount for each vendor. Food and drink vendors are not permitted. This flea market will continue every Sunday throughout the rest of the year.
Racecar Flea Market on Saturday, November 4 – SSP will host a racecar flea market with all forms of racing welcome on Saturday, November 4. Vendor fees are $10.00 per day and setup begins at 8:00 p.m. on Friday night. Plenty of “bargains“ for the 2007 season will be available.
Golf Tournament Postponed Until 2007 – The Inaugural York County Nationals Golf Tournament scheduled for Wednesday, August 30 at the Valley Green Golf Course has been postponed until a date to be announced in 2007.

SSP Point Standings – A complete listing of 2006 SSP Point Championships may be found at sspracing.net.
Revised 2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Schedule of Events
(Schedule as of August 20, 2006 – Subject to Change)
August 31 (Thur.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 1) & King of the Posse Match Races - Sprint Cars (3 features – 2 make ups from June 22 and August 10 and one regular), Xtreme Stock Cars and Legends Cars Dirt Nationals Qualifier
(Rain date: To Be Announced)
September 1 (Fri.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 2) - 2nd Annual Trail Motors Super Sportsman Championship (50 laps) plus
Street Stocks plus Clean Technologies Young Guns Shootout Round 4 and Four Cylinders (Rain date: Sunday, Sept. 3)
September 2 (Sat.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 3) Late Models (40 laps), ARDC Midgets (Twin 20’s) and Classic Cars (Rain date: Sunday, Sept. 3)
*All Point Championships end after the completion of all York County National events
September 23 (Sat.) Smashfest ‘06 & Newberry Community Fair - Big &Small Car Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks & more in this exciting night of destruction and FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR (Rain date: Sunday, September 24)
September 29 (Fri.) Open Practice Night / Media Night (6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.) Gates open at 5:00 p.m. (All Division Welcome)
September 30 (Sat.) Late Model 50-Lap Championship Race plus ARDC Midgets - 3 p.m.
October 7 (Sat.) Pumpkin 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Oct. 8)
October 20 (Fri.) Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic Qualifying Day for Street Stocks and Four Cylinders also features for Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble and Mini Vans - 7:30 p.m.
October 21 (Sat.) 3rd Annual Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic (50 laps each) - Street Stocks, Four Cylinders & Xtreme Stock Cars - 3 p.m.
October 28 (Sat.) Candy Bowl II presented by J&K Salvage - ARDC Midgets, 600cc Micro Sprints, Lincoln Thundercars, Legends Cars, Classic
Cars & W.O.W. Stocks - 3 p.m.
November 4 (Sat.) Racecar Flea Market (All types welcome) - $10.00 vendor fee per spot
November 11 (Sat.) Turkey 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Nov. 12)
Speedway Flea Market – Every Sunday at 6:00 a.m. (Vendor set up is 5:30 a.m.)


Snelbaker and Frye Win Second of the Season at SSP on Friday Night

Newberrytown, PA (August 25, 2006) – On Friday night at the Susquehanna Speedway Park, Smokey Snelbaker won his second Trail Motors Super Sportsman feature win of the season after a bref rain shower caused a one hour and fifteen minute delay in the program. Coleby Frye picked up the Late Model feature win. Todd Bowersox won his first of the year in the Street Stock division. Chris Futrell won the Women on Wheels School Bus feature race.
In the 20-lap Trail Motors Super Sportsman feature, Aaron Eichelberger jumped out to the early lead from his outside front row starting spot over Brian Boughter. Smokey Snelbaker, starting fifth, moved into the runnerup spot on lap five and began his pursuit of the leader. By the 8th circuit, Snelbaker moved by Eichelberger on the top side coming out of turn two.
A yellow flag for a slowing Jerry Wolfe with 16 laps complete set up a final four lap shoot-out with the veterans of Smokey Snelbaker, Rich Eichelberger, John Stehman and Frankie Herr. At the finish it was Smokey Snelbaker picking up his second Trail Motors Super Sportsman win of the season. Rich Eichelberger followed in second with Frankie Herr finishing third. John Stehman and Steve Wilbur rounded out the top five. Smokey Snelbaker, Aaron Eichelberger and Steve Wilbur won their qualifying heat races and Jerry Wolfe won the consolation race.
The 20-lap Late Model feature event, Charles Potts started on the pole and grabbed the lead on the initial start. Potts surrendered the lead to tenth place starter Coleby Frye on lap eleven. A few yellows bunched up the field in the later part of the race, but Frye was able to hold on for the win. Chuck Yingling finished second in a wild battle with third place finisher Larry Baer. Carl Billet and Pt Beard rounded out the top five. Charles Potts, Randy Christine Jr. and Chuck Yingling won their qualifying heat races. Jake Jones won the consolation race.
In Street Stock action, Todd Bowersox grabbed the lead from Joey Hoffer on the second lap of the 20-lap feature event. Bowersox was challenged by both Brian Hauenstein and Sam Leonard Jr. for the event, but neither was able to overtake Bowersox for the lead. Hauenstein settled for second followed by Leonard, Jr., Scott Thunburg and Hoffer. Todd Bowersox, Joey Hoffer and Sam Leonard Jr. picked up wins the qualifying heat races. There was no conolation event.
Chris Futrell won the Women on Wheels School Bus race over Linda Tyson and Wendy Markel. Chrissy Fink and Jennifer Swift rounded out the top five.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Race Results from August 25, 2006
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 Laps): 1. Smokey Snelbaker, 2. Rich Eichelberger, 3. Frankie Herr, 4. John Stehman, 5. Steve Wilbur, 6. Russ Mitten, 7. Aaron Eichelberger, 8. Jim Shuttlesworth, 9. Jason Fry, 10. David Socks III, 11. Gregg Foster, 12. Dave Calaman, 13. Craig Morrow, 14. Bobby Hockenberry, 15. Brian Boughter, 16. Chris Reed, 17. Scott Dellinger, 18. Stan Wanner, 19. Mike Enders, 20. Rusty Rupp, 21. Tom Borden, 22, Jerry Wolfe, 23. Steve Fannasy, 24. Eric Walker; DNS – Ryan Rupp, Vance Yinger, David Finch, Billy Schoffstall
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: A. Eichelberger (1-7); Snelbaker (8-20)
HEAT WINNERS: Snelbaker, A. Eichelberger and Wilbur.
CONSOLATION WINNER: Wolfe

Late Model Feature (20 Laps): 1. Coleby Frye, 2. Chuck Yingling, 3. Larry Baer, 4. Carl Billet, 5. Pat Beard, 6. Gerry Stutting Jr., 7. Josh Kimmel, 8. Gary Potts, 9. Scott McCann, 10. Charles Potts, 11. John Ebersole, 12. Scott Lupfer, 13. Sterling Kinard, 14. Mike Spangler, 15. Justin Ehrhardt, 16. Steve Billet, 17. Steve Weikel, 18. Mark Billet, 19. Gene Knaub, 20. Jake Jones, 21. Gene Wrightstone, 22. Derrick Zirkle, 23. Bud Barton, 24. Randy Christine Jr.; DNS – Pete Green, Mark Grey, Carl Graves, Bob Scott Jr., Roy Miller, Darrel Henry, Jake Lettich, Jared Miller.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Potts (1-10), Frye (11-20)
HEAT WINNERS: Potts, Christine Jr. and Yingling
CONSOLATION WINNER: Jones

Street Stock Feature (20 Laps): 1. Todd Bowersox, 2. Brian Hauenstein, 3. Sam Leonard Jr., 4. Scott Thunberg, 5. Joey Hoffer, 6. Randy Zechman, 7. M.R. Teal, 8. Chad Miller, 9. Craig Morgan, 10. Wes Alleman, 11. Joe Whiteley, 12. Steveb Dove, 13. Eric Walker, 14. George Eash, 15. Dave Thompson Jr., 16. Jenn Scott, 17. Jim Hulse, 18. Doug Hoffman, 19. Carmen Caltabiano, 20. Bob Gutshall, 21. Kory Sites, 22. Bryan Shue, 23. Lance Grove, 24. Eric Lingle, 25. Chad Millikin; DNS – Brad Reger and Gary Welsh.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Hoffer (1); Bowersox (2-20)
HEAT WINNERS: Bowersox, Hoffer and Leonard

Women on Wheels School Bus Feature (10 Laps): 1. Chris Futrell, 2. Linda Tyson, 3. Wendy Markel, 4. Chrissy Fink, 5. Jennifer Swift, 6. Deanna Frye.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Futrell (1-8)


Goodwin, Brown, Armstrong and Rodriguez Wins at SSP

Newberrytown, PA (August 24, 2006) – Starting spot meant little for Mike Goodwin in Thursday night’s 50-lap Xtreme Stock Car feature race at Susquehanna Speedway Park as he came from 22nd to first in a span of 19 laps for the win.
In other action Bill Brown won both classic car features, Kevin Armstrong won the Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble and JR Rodriguez won the Great American School Bus feature.
Larry Hughes Jr. passed Trevor Stark on lap six in the Xtreme Stock Car main. Hughes led through lap 12 when he lost a right-rear wheel going down the frontstretch. Stark returned to the front after Hughes was towed to the pit area but was passed by Goodwin on lap 19. He proceeded to lead the final 31 circuits, beating Donnie Broderick, Bob Bender, Jason Failor and Sam Rial. Travis Horan finished third, but failed post-race inspection and was disqualified. The race was completed in a record time of 23:12.18.
Bill Brown scored consecutive wins in the Classic Car features. In the postponed feature from June 22, Brown led the entire 15-lap race and topped Joe Snodgrass, Joe Crocker, Glenn Elliott and Allen Cullum. Brown passed Crocker on lap 10 of the regular feature after being involved in a multi-car first lap crash. Elliott settled for third while Jack Yingling and Cullum completed the top five.
Kevin Armstrong survived three caution periods in the 20-lap Xtreme Rookie Rumble feature and posted wins Randy Gladfelter, Rick Lomman, Penny Repp and Randy Blank.
JR Rodriguez set a track record in the 15-lap Great American School Bus Race in 8:19.37. Rodriguez topped Ben Engle, Heidi Thomas, Van Baker and Rick Yohn.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On race day, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Race Results from August 24, 2006
Xtreme Stock Car Feature (50 Laps): 1. Michael Goodwin, 2. Donnie Broderick, 3. Bob Bender, 4. Jason Failor, 5. Sam Rial, 6. Vernon Myers, 7. Bill Fulton, 8. Adam Smith, 9. Larry Landis, 10. Ken Johns, 11. Charlie Pensinger, 12. Rob Keller, 13. Ray Broderick, 14. John Scrivens, 15. Trevor Stark, 16. Chris Heller, 17. Larry Hughes Jr., 18. Raymond Repp, 19. Matt Smith; DQ - Travis Horan, DNS – Jeff Keefer, Jeremy Stremmel, Jim Rial. (NTR: 23:12.18)
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Stark (1-5); Hughes (6-12); Stark (13-18); Goodwin (19-50).

The Great American School Bus Race (15 Laps): 1. JR Rodriguez; 2. Ben Engle; 3. Heidi Thomas; 4. Van Baker; 5. Rick Yohn; 6. Eric Deibler; 7. Jeff Ebersole; 8. Brandt Fink; 9. Bryan Healy; 10. Harold Ebough. (NTR: 8:19.37)
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Rodriguez (1-15)
HEAT WINNERS: Ebersole (NTR: 2:15.87); Yohn

Xtreme Stock Cars Rookie Rumble Feature (20 Laps): 1. Kevin Armstrong, 2. Randy Glatfelter, 3. Rich Lomman, 4. Penny Repp, 5. Randy Blank, 6. Sean Higgins, 7. Cody Wampler, 8. Mark Heller, 9. Steve Clemens, 10. Les Scrivens, 11. Jed Latshaw, 12. Jeff Keefer Jr., 13. Rob Keller; DNS – Les Scrivens Jr.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Armstrong (1-20)

Classic Cars Feature (15 Laps): 1. Bill Brown; 2. Jim Crocker; 3. Glenn Elliott; 4. Jack Yingling; 5. Allen Cullum; 6. Jamie Lloyd; 7. Kurt Welsh; 8. Daryl Winkler; 9. Fred Cullum; 10. Tom Krummitt; 11. Randy Doty; 12. Joe Snodgrass; 13. Brian Diehl; 14. Pete Neal; 15. Allen Daniels; 16. Al Daniels. DNS-Lyle Adcock.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Crocker (1-9); Brown (10-15)
HEAT WINNERS: Cullum; Brown

Classic Cars Make-Up Feature (15 Laps): 1. Bill Brown, 2. Joe Snodgrass, 3. Joe Crocker, 4. Glenn Elliott, 5. Allen Cullum, 6. Brian Diehl, 7. Jamie Lloyd, 8. Jack Yingling, 9. Al Daniels, 10. Fred Cullum, 11. Allen Daniels, 12. Kurt Welsh, 13. Pete Neal.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Brown (1-15)


Great American School Bus Championship This Thursday at SSP and an Exciting Night of Racing on Tap for Friday

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (August 21, 2006) – On Thursday, August 24, the popular Great American School Buses will be in action along with a 50-lap Xtreme Stock Car Championship and the Classic Cars. A $100.00 will be added to the winner’s purse of the 50 lap XSC Championship from Larry Erb. The Sprint Cars will not be in action and will return on Thursday, August 31 for the York County Nationals.
The makeup feature event for the Classic Cars feature which was postponed due to rain on Thursday, June 22 will also be run on Thursday night, August 24. The starting lineup will be: 1) 112 Bil Brown Sr.; 2) 7 Jamie Lloyd; 3) Jim Crocker; 4) 21 Kurt Welsh; 5) 34 Joe Snodgrass; 6) 29 Pete Neal; 7) 48 Allen Cullum; 8) 80 Jack Yingling; 9) 95 Fred Cullum; 10) 11 Al Daniels; 11) 22 Allen Daniels Jr.; 12) 55 Glenn Elliott; 13) Brian Diehl.
On Friday, August 18, the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks return in action along with a Women on Wheels School Bus Race.
Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand area at 5:00 p.m. on both Thursday, August 24 and Friday, August 25. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.
Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday, August 24 are Adults & Teens (13 & older) $10.00 and Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders.
Grandstand ticket prices for Friday, August 25 are Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $8.00; and Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders.
There will be an SSP Repeat Fan Discount of $2.00 for each person with a ticket stub from August 17 or August 18 events for both August 24 or August 25. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30.00 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park
www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170
August 24, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults & Teens – $10.00; Children (12 & under)
– Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:30 p.m. School Bus Rides around the track – loading at the flagstand
6:50 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars and Classic Cars Driver’s Meeting
7:10 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Xtreme Stock Cars
Classic Cars Cars
Xtreme Stock (Rookie Rumble)
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Classic Car Make Up Feature from August 22 (15 laps)
Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble Feature (20 laps)
Great American School Bus Heat Races (4 laps)
Classic Cars Heat Races (6 laps)
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (50 laps)
Great American School Bus Championship (15 laps)
Classic Car Feature (15 laps)

August 25, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:30 p.m. School Bus Rides around the track – loading at the flagstand
6:35 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting
6:45 p.m. Street Stocks Driver’s Meeting
6:55 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting
7:00 p.m. - 7:25 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Late Models
Street Stocks
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Women on Wheels School Buses
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Street Stocks Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Women On Wheels School Bus Race (10 laps)
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Street Stocks Feature (20 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Late Models Feature (20 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
Speedway Flea Market Continues Every Sunday – The “new” Speedway Flea Market continues every Sunday morning 6:00 a.m. There will be plenty of things for everyone. Vendor fees are $10.00 per day and setup begins at 5:30 a.m. Space will be limited to a “reasonable” amount for each vendor. Food and drink vendors are not permitted. This flea market will continue every Sunday throughout the rest of the year.
Racecar Flea Market on Saturday, November 4 – SSP will host a racecar flea market with all forms of racing welcome on Saturday, November 4. Vendor fees are $10.00 per day and setup begins at 8:00 p.m. on Friday night. Plenty of “bargains“ for the 2007 season will be available.
August 31 Sprint Car 25-lap Feature Lineup for June 22 Make Up Feature - The starting lineup for the makeup Sprint Car feature event postponed due to rain on Thursday, June 22 will be: 1) 07 Mark Coldren; 2) 3 Bob Bennett; 3) 89 Cody Darrah; 4) 25 Lance Dewease; 5) 11c Cory Haas; 6) x Bob Weaver; 7) 12c Blaine Heimbach; 8) 77 Greg Hodnett; 9) 22 Fred Rahmer; 10) 12 Chad Layton; 11) 51 Karl Baker; 12) 69 Michael Carber; 13) 7c Dave Cordier Jr.; 14) 7m Mike Mansfield; 15) 33 Scott lutz; 16) 28h Billy Hetzel Jr.; 17) 66 Roger Fickett; 18) 28 Chad Jumper.
August 31 Completion of Sprint Car 25-lap Feature from August 10 - The restart order for the Sprint Car make-up feature (from August 10) with 9 laps complete: 1. Doug Esh, 2. Blaine Heimbach, 3. Chad Jumper, 4. Michael Carber, 5. Scott Lutz, 6. Bobby Weaver, 7. Dave Cordier, 8. Jim Nace, 9. Andy McKisson, 10. Cory Haas, 11. Daryl Stimeling, 12. Cody Darrah, 13. Karl Baker, 14. A.J. Michael, 15. Gordon Sonft, 16. Billy Heltzel, 17. Mark Coldren, 18. Alan Krimes (-5 laps), 19. Mike Whitebread (-5 laps), 20. Mike Mansfield (-7 laps), DNQ – Pat Cooper. Doug Esh and Mark Coldren were the heat race winners.
Golf Tournament Postponed Until 2007 – The Inaugural York County Nationals Golf Tournament scheduled for Wednesday, August 30 at the Valley Green Golf Course has been postponed until a date to be announced in 2007.
SSP Point Standings – A complete listing of 2006 SSP Point Championships may be found at sspracing.net.

Revised 2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Schedule of Events
(Schedule as of August 20, 2006 – Subject to Change)
August 31 (Thur.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 1) & King of the Posse Match Races - Sprint Cars (3 features – 2 make ups
from June 22 and August 10 and one regular) and Legends Cars Dirt Nationals Qualifier (Rain date: To Be
Announced)
September 1 (Fri.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 2) - 2nd Annual Trail Motors Super Sportsman Championship (75 laps) plus
Street Stocks plus Clean Technologies Young Guns Shootout Round 4 and Four Cylinders (Rain date: Sunday,
Sept. 3)
September 2 (Sat.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 3) Late Models (40 laps), ARDC Midgets (Twin 20’s) and Classic Cars (Rain
date: Sunday, Sept. 3)
*All Point Championships end after the completion of all York County National events
September 23 (Sat.) Smashfest ‘06 & Newberry Community Fair - Big &Small Car Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks & more
in this exciting night of destruction and FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR (Rain date: Sunday, September 24)
September 29 (Fri.) Open Practice Night / Media Night (6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.) Gates open at 5:00 p.m. (All Division Welcome)
September 30 (Sat.) Late Model 50-Lap Championship Race plus ARDC Midgets - 3 p.m.
October 7 (Sat.) Pumpkin 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Oct. 8)
October 20 (Fri.) Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic Qualifying Day for Street Stocks and Four Cylinders also features for Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble and Mini Vans - 7:30 p.m.
October 21 (Sat.) 3rd Annual Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic (50 laps each) - Street Stocks, Four Cylinders & Xtreme Stock Cars - 3 p.m.
October 28 (Sat.) Candy Bowl II presented by J&K Salvage - ARDC Midgets, 600cc Micro Sprints, Lincoln Thundercars, Legends Cars, Classic
Cars & W.O.W. Stocks - 3 p.m.
November 4 (Sat.) Racecar Flea Market (All types welcome) - $10.00 vendor fee per spot
November 11 (Sat.) Turkey 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Nov. 12)
Speedway Flea Market – Every Sunday at 6:00 a.m. (Vendor set up is 5:30 a.m.)


Hughes, Goodwin and Morrow Victorious on Thursday Night at SSP

Newberrytown, PA (August 17, 2006) – Michael Goodwin and Larry Hughes Jr. each won in the Xtreme Stock Car feature events on Thursday night at the Susquehanna Speedway Park. Josh Morrow picked up his first win of the season in the Legends Cars and Larry Landis won the XSC “Rookie Rumble” feature event. Thirty seven vintage race cars also were on display and driven around the speedway in an exhibition race. The cars were courtesy of the Eastern Museum of Motor Racing and the Atlantic Coast Old Timers.
In the Xtreme Stock Car make-up feature from last week, Larry Hughes, Jr. took the lead from Ken Doll on lap two and never looked back to claim his sixth feature win of the season. Michael Goodwin claimed second and was followed by Jason Failor, Bill Fulton and Adam Smith respectively.
Michael Goodwin capped of a successful night of racing by winning the second Xtreme Stock Car feature event from the 21st starting position. Sam Rial finished second with Donnie Broderick, Charlie Pensinger and Ray Broderick rounding out the top five.
Josh Morrow grabbed the lead from Chad Glatfelter on lap seven of the fifteen lap Legends Cars feature. Steve Nederostek followed Morrow home in second. Glatfelter settled for third. Jeff Condran and Bill Harris completed the top five.
In an exciting XSC Rookie Rumble feature event, there were four lead changes before Larry Landis finally was able to claim the checkered flag for the win. Cody Wampler finished second with Adam Doll, Roy Ritter and Jed Latshaw rounding out the top five.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Race Results from August 17, 2006
Xtreme Stock Car Make-Up Feature from August 10 (20 Laps): 1. Larry Hughes, Jr., 2. Mike Goodwin, 3. Jason Failor, 4. Bill Fulton, 5. Adam Smith, 6. Les Scrivens, Jr., 7. Sam Rial, 8. Raymond Repp, 9. Brent Fogelsanger, 10. Ken Doll, 11. Bob Bender Jr., 12. Charlie Pensinger, 13. Donnie Broderick, 14. John Scrivens, 15. Matt Wampler, 16. Doug Hanson Sr., 17. Trevor Stark, 18. Charlie Potts, 19. Travis Horan; DNS – Tom Johns, Tommy Slanker, Kevin Higgins, Greg Miller.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Doll (1), Hughes (2-20).

Xtreme Stock Car Feature (20 Laps): 1. Mike Goodwin, 2. Sam Rial, 3. Donnie Broderick, 4. Charlie Pensinger, 5. Ray Broderick, 6. Jason Failor,7. Bruce McClane, 8. Vernon Myers, 9. Bill Fulton, 10. Adam Smith, 11. Les Scrivens Jr., 12. Andrew Frye, 13. Gene Knaub, 14. Ken Doll, 15. Dan Kamp, 16. Matt Wampler, 17. Larry Hughes Jr., 18. Jeremy Stremmel, 19. Brent Fogelsanger, 20. Travis Horan, 21. Trevor Stark; DNS – Doug Hanson Jr., Bob Bender Jr., Jim Rial, Tom Johns, Raymond Repp, John Scrivens.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Wampler (1-2), D. Broderick (3-11), Goodwin (12-20).

Legends Cars Feature (15 Laps): 1. Josh Morrow, 2. Steve Nederostek, 3. Chad Glatfelter, 4. Jeff Condren, 5. Bill Harris, 6. Jason Rochelle, 7. Tyler Bear, 8. Greg Burd, 9. Shawn Arndt, 10. Bob Murray, 11. Randy Fetterhoff, 12. Jason Ewing, 13. Pat McDermott, 14. Kenny Keyton, 15. Scott Spidle, 16. Ed Wentz, 17. Danny Willey, 18. Denny Rothermel, 19. Rodney Adams, 20. Randy Kissinger, 21. Ronnie Dunstan, 22. Lawrence Garrison, 23. Jim Halbert, 24. Geremy Shaffer; DNS - Jim Black, Mike Daugherty, Amy Staver, Rick Harring, Nathin Vanzandt, Rick Brehm, Scott Houdeshell, Andy Lupfer, Todd Salony, Jason Chilton, Darryl Bloom, Nathin Fisher, Robert Sobieski.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Gladfelter (1-6), Morrow (7-15)
HEAT WINNERS: McDermott, Morrow and Glatfelter.
CONSOLATION WINNER: Rochelle

Xtreme Stock Cars Rookie Rumble Feature (20 Laps): 1. Larry Landis, 2. Cody Wampler, 3. Adam Doll, 4. Roy Ritter, 5. Jed Latshaw, 6. Randy Beakler, 7. Daryl Beakler, 8. Rich Lomman, 9. Penny Repp, 10. Virgil Cain, 11. Steve Clemens, 12. Tim Hahn, 13. Randy Gladfelter, 14. Michael Small, 15. Nolan Barshinger; DNS – Denny Willey, Les Scrivens Sr., Andrew Frye, Kevin Armstong, Doug Hansen Jr., Curtis Shue.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Blank (1-2), Gladfelter (3-9), Hahn (10-13), Landis (14-20).


Calaman, Billet and Dove Win at SSP on Friday Night

Newberrytown, PA (August 18, 2006) – On Friday night at the Susquehanna Speedway Park, Dave Calaman picked up his third Trail Motors Super Sportman win of the season. Carl Billet picked up the Late Model feature win after a rough past two weeks of racing. Steve Dove battled Chad Smith to the end and was victorious in the Street Stock division. Jeff Svendson won the Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Construction race.
In the Trail Motors Super Sportsman feature, Steve Wilbur jumped out to the early lead from the pole position. Dave Calaman overtook Wilbur on the seventeenth lap and held on for the win. Rich Eichelberger was able to get by Wilbur on the last circuit and had to settle for second. Wilbur finished third with Frankie Herr coming home fourth after starting back in the 14th position. Jason Fry finished fifth. Calaman, Fry and Jim Shuttlesworth won the qualifying heat races and Steve Fannasy won the consolation race. Rusty Rupp and Kevin Yiengst both competed for the first time in a Super Sportsman on Friday night.
Carl Billet jumped out to the quick lead from outside the front row and lead every lap to pick up the Late Model feature. Billet won by a straighaway in an event that had only one caution flag on lap 10. Twenty one of the twenty four starters finished the race at the end. Gene Knaub finished in second followed by Gene Wrightstone, Larry Baer and Carl Graves rounded out the top five. Chuck Yingling, Randy Christine, Jr., and Billet won their qualifying heat races. Jake Lettich won the consolation. Tom Slusser Jr. also made his first ever start in a Late Model.
In Street Stock action, Steven Dove grabbed the lead from his pole position and picked up the win by leading every lap for his first win in the division. However, Dove’s victory was no where near as easy at it appears. Dove’s lead was never more than two or three car lengths at any time. Chad Smith battled with Dove side by side and actually passed him a few times, but Smith was unable to hold the lead when they crossed the start/finish line. Smith had to settle for second place. Eric Walker, Bob Gutshall and George Eash completed the top five. Dove also picked up the heat race victory along with Chad Smith and Doug Hoffman. Rick Yohn won the consolation event.
Jeff Svendson won the Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Construction race over Daryl Sipe. David Olson, George Danner and Scott Hughes competed the top five.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Race Results from August 18, 2006
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (40 Laps): 1. Dave Calaman, 2. Rich Eichelberger, 3. Steve Wilbur, 4. Frankie Herr, 5. Jason Fry, 6. Jim Shuttlesworth, 7. Scott Dellinger, 8. Craig Morrow, 9. Aaron Eichelberger, 10. Gregg Foster, 11. John Stehman, 12. Brian Boughter, 13. Bobby Hockenberry, 14. Russ Mitten, 15. Ryan Rupp, 16. David Sock III, 17. Chris Reed, 18. Danny Hager, 19. Kevin Yiengst, 20. Billy Schoffstal, 21. Mike Enders. 22. Steve Fannasy, 23. Bill Brown, 24. Jerry Wolfe; DNS – Smokey Snelbaker and Rusty Rupp
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Wilbur (1-16), Calaman (17-20)
HEAT WINNERS: Calaman, Fry and Shuttlesworth
CONSOLATION WINNER: Fannasy

Late Model Feature (20 Laps): 1. Carl Billet, 2. Gene Knaub, 3. Gene Wrightstone, 4. Larry Baer, 5. Carl Graves, 6. Scott McCann Jr., 7. Coleby Frye, 8. Steve Weikel, 9. Gary Potts, 10. Sterling Kinard, 11. Jake Lettich, 12. Randy Christine Jr., 13. Bud Barton, 14. Jake Jones, 15. Jared Miller, 16. Pat Beard, 17. Josh Kimmel, 18. Scott Lupfer, 19. Derrick Mease, 20. Bob Scott Jr., 21. Mike Spangler, 22. John Ebersole, 23. Chuck Yingling, 24. Justin Ehrhardt; DNS – Gerry Stutting Jr., Charles Potts, Darrel Henry, Tom Slusser Jr., Steve Billet, Derrick Zirkle, Mark Billet, Zachary Kauffman, Mark Grey.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Billet (1-20)
HEAT WINNERS: Yingling, Christine Jr. and Billet
CONSOLATION WINNER: Lettich

Street Stock Feature (20 Laps): 1. Steven Dove, 2. Chad Smith, 3. Eric Walker, 4. Bob Gutshall, 5. George Eash, 6. Joe Whitely, 7. Sam Leonard Jr., 8. Scott Thunberg, 9. Brian Hauenstein, 10. Doug Hoffman, 11. Craig Morgan, 12. Randy Zechman, 13. Kory Sites, 14. Jim Hulse, 15. Wes Alleman, 16. Rick Yohn, 17. Carmen Caltabiano, 18. Rodney Clouser, 19. M.R. Teal, 20. Tim Drawbaugh, 21. Todd Bowersox, 22. Joey Hoffer, 23. Dave Thompson Jr., 24. Gary Johnston; DNS – Ray Strubhar, Jim Rost, Eric Lingle, Jenn Scott, Robert Minnich, Bryan Shue.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Dove (1-20)
HEAT WINNERS: Dove, Smith and Hoffman
CONSOLATION WINNER: Yohn

Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Construction Race (10 Laps): 1. Jeff Svendson, 2. Daryl Sipe, 3. David Olson, 4. George Danner, 5. Scott Hughes, 6. Rick Berger, 7. Dan Snyder, 8. Chris Devlin Jr., 9. Sherry Kitner, 10. David Kohr, 11. Tana Danner, 12. Mike Benyou, 13. Jason Anderson, 14. George Lucas, 15. Steve Smith, 16. Scott Conley, 17. Justin Anderson, 18. Ashman Brant, 19. Kimberly Walmer.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Svendson (1-12)


Sprint Cars Will Not Be in Action This Thursday at SSP on Camera and Autograph Night

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (August 13, 2006) – The Sprint Cars have be removed from the racing programs for Thursday, August 17 and Thursday, August 24. SSP owners, Todd and Rhonda Fisher have decided to remove the Sprint Cars from these nights and they will return on Thursday, August 31 at the York County Nationals. There will be three Sprint Car features completed on August 31 including the June 22 make up feature and the completion of the August 10 feature which was postponed due to rain on lap 9. The third feature of that evening has been reduced to 25 laps and the lineups will be determined as they were last year with the top five in points and three heat winners competing in the King of the Posse Match races to determine the starting lineup for the 25 lap feature event.
“The decision to remove the Sprint Cars for the next two weeks was based on the fact that there are not enough fans purchasing tickets at the prices necessary to support the purses needed for the Sprint Car teams to compete,” said Todd Fisher, SSP co-owner. “Since the beginning of May, we have seen a steady decline of fans attending Sprint Car races due to numerous reasons. With the current state of the economy, we cannot risk the future of the speedway by continuously losing money on Sprint Car programs and reducing their purse money is not an option.” This decision was made prior to the rains that postponed the August 10 feature event on lap 9. Sprint Cars are expected to be on the 2007 schedule 6-8 times on Thursday nights.
There are no rainchecks honored from the August 10 event as two feature events had been completed.
On Thursday, August 17, the popular Camera and Autograph Night will return featuring the Xtreme Stock Cars, Legends Cars and EMMR Vintage Cars. It will also be York County Racing Club Night. The Xtreme Stock Car feature postponed on Thursday, August 10 will also be completed on this night.
On Friday, August 18, the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks return in action along with the Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Construction Race.
This Friday will also be the third race of a four race series for all Street Stock drivers who are 21 years of age and younger to compete in a five lap dash race presented by Clean Technologies. The winner of the dash will receive $100.00 with second place collecting $50.00. Both third and fourth place finishers will receive $25.00 each. The driver with the best cumulative finishes over the four race series will receive $200.00. The final race of the series will be Friday, September 1. The current point standings after two rounds are 1. Chad Smith (17); 2. Joey Hoffer (15); 3. Eric Walker (12); 4. Dave Thompson and Jenn Scott (3). Smith and Hoffer have picked up wins in rounds one and two respectively.
Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand area at 5:00 p.m. on both Thursday, August 17 and Friday, August 18. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.
Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday, August 17 are Adults & Teens (13 & older) $8.00 and Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders.
Grandstand ticket prices for Friday, August 18 are Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $8.00; and Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders.
There will be an SSP Repeat Fan Discount of $2.00 for each person with a ticket stub from August 10 or August 11 events for both August 17 or August 18. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30.00 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park
www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170
August 17, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults & Teens – $8.00; Children (12 & under)
– Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:40 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars and Legends Cars Driver’s Meeting
7:00 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Xtreme Stock Cars
Legends Cars
Xtreme Stock (Rookie Rumble)
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Xtreme Stock Car Make Up Feature from August 10
Legends Cars Heat Races (6 laps)
Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble Feature (20 laps)
Legends Cars Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
EMMR Vintage Car Exhibition Races
Camera & Autograph Session – All Drivers with Cars report to the frontstretch (15 minutes)
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Legends Cars Feature (15 laps)
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (20 laps w/ <20 cars; 25 laps w/ 20 to 29 cars; 30 laps
w/ 30+ cars) – 30 minute time limit

August 18, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:35 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting
6:45 p.m. Street Stocks Driver’s Meeting
6:55 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting
7:00 p.m. - 7:25 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Late Models
Street Stocks
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Street Stock Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Construction Feature (10 laps)
Clean Technologies “Young Guns” Street Stock Dash Race (5 laps)
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Late Models Feature (20 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Street Stocks Feature (20 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
Speedway Flea Market Continues Every Sunday – The “new” Speedway Flea Market continues every Sunday morning 6:00 a.m. There will be plenty of things for everyone. Vendor fees are $10.00 per day and setup begins at 5:30 a.m. Space will be limited to a “reasonable” amount for each vendor. Food and drink vendors are not permitted. This flea market will continue every Sunday throughout the rest of the year.
Racecar Flea Market on Saturday, November 4 – SSP will host a racecar flea market with all forms of racing welcome on Saturday, November 4. Vendor fees are $10.00 per day and setup begins at 8:00 p.m. on Friday night. Plenty of “bargains“ for the 2007 season will be available.
ASCS Sprint Car Meeting Scheduled for Tuesday, August 22 – Emmett Hahn, the President of the ASCS (American Sprint Car Series), will hold a meeting in conjuction with the Susquehanna Speedway Park, on Tuesday, August 22 at 6:30 p.m. at the York County Racing Club building. ASCS sanctions Sprint Car racing nationally throughout the United States and is the largest of its kind. The ASCS meeting will present the introduction to the future of ASCS sanctioned racing in the Central Pennsylvania area.
The meeting is open to anyone interested in the series including drivers, owners, media and all others. Food and drinks will be available before the meeting. The York County Racing Club is located at 4255 North Susquehanna Trail in York, Pennsylvania. Due to construction of a nearby bridge, everyone is encouraged to use exit 25 (Emigsville exit) off I-83 and then go north on the Susquehanna Trail to reach the YCRC building.
August 24 Classic Car 15-lap Feature Lineup for June 22 Make Up Feature – The makeup feature event for the Classic Cars feature which was postponed due to rain on Thursday, June 22 will be run on Thursday night, August 24. The starting lineup will be: 1) 112 Bil Brown Sr.; 2) 7 Jamie Lloyd; 3) Jim Crocker; 4) 21 Kurt Welsh; 5) 34 Joe Snodgrass; 6) 29 Pete Neal; 7) 48 Allen Cullum; 8) 80 Jack Yingling; 9) 95 Fred Cullum; 10) 11 Al Daniels; 11) 22 Allen Daniels Jr.; 12) 55 Glenn Elliott; 13) Brian Diehl. Pit passes from Thursday, June 22 will not be honored as two features will be run on Thursday, August 24.
August 31 Sprint Car 25-lap Feature Lineup for June 22 Make Up Feature - The starting lineup for the makeup Sprint Car feature event postponed due to rain on Thursday, June 22 will be: 1) 07 Mark Coldren; 2) 3 Bob Bennett; 3) 89 Cody Darrah; 4) 25 Lance Dewease; 5) 11c Cory Haas; 6) x Bob Weaver; 7) 12c Blaine Heimbach; 8) 77 Greg Hodnett; 9) 22 Fred Rahmer; 10) 12 Chad Layton; 11) 51 Karl Baker; 12) 69 Michael Carber; 13) 7c Dave Cordier Jr.; 14) 7m Mike Mansfield; 15) 33 Scott lutz; 16) 28h Billy Hetzel Jr.; 17) 66 Roger Fickett; 18) 28 Chad Jumper. Pit passes from Thursday, June 22 will not be honored as two features will be run on Thursday, July 27.
August 31 Completion of Sprint Car 25-lap Feature from August 10 - The restart order for the Sprint Car make-up feature (from August 10) with 9 laps complete: 1. Doug Esh, 2. Blaine Heimbach, 3. Chad Jumper, 4. Michael Carber, 5. Scott Lutz, 6. Bobby Weaver, 7. Dave Cordier, 8. Jim Nace, 9. Andy McKisson, 10. Cory Haas, 11. Daryl Stimeling, 12. Cody Darrah, 13. Karl Baker, 14. A.J. Michael, 15. Gordon Sonft, 16. Billy Heltzel, 17. Mark Coldren, 18. Alan Krimes (-5 laps), 19. Mike Whitebread (-5 laps), 20. Mike Mansfield (-7 laps), DNQ – Pat Cooper. Doug Esh and Mark Coldren were the heat race winners.
Golf Tournament Postponed Until 2007 – The Inaugural York County Nationals Golf Tournament scheduled for Wednesday, August 30 at the Valley Green Golf Course has been postponed until a date to be announced in 2007.
SSP Point Standings – A complete listing of 2006 SSP Point Championships may be found at sspracing.net.

Revised 2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Schedule of Events
(Schedule as of August 13 2006 – Subject to Change)
August 17 (Thur.) Camera & Autograph Night and York County Racing Club Night plus Xtreme Stocks, Legends Cars and EMMR Vintage
Club Cars
August 18 (Fri) Mini Van Construction Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks plus Clean Technologies
Young Guns Shootout Round 3
August 24 (Thur.) The Great American School Bus Championship plus Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars (including an additional make
up feature from June 22)
August 25 (Fri.) Women on Wheels School Bus Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
August 31 (Thur.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 1) & King of the Posse Match Races - Sprint Cars (3 features – 2 make ups
from June 22 and August 10 and one regular) and Legends Cars Dirt Nationals Qualifier (Rain date: To Be
Announced)
September 1 (Fri.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 2) - 2nd Annual Trail Motors Super Sportsman Championship (75 laps) plus
Street Stocks plus Clean Technologies Young Guns Shootout Round 4 and Four Cylinders (Rain date: Sunday,
Sept. 3)
September 2 (Sat.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 3) Late Models (40 laps), ARDC Midgets (Twin 20’s) and Classic Cars (Rain
date: Sunday, Sept. 3)
*All Point Championships end after the completion of all York County National events
September 23 (Sat.) Smashfest ‘06 & Newberry Community Fair - Big &Small Car Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks & more
in this exciting night of destruction and FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR (Rain date: Sunday, September 24)
September 29 (Fri.) Open Practice Night / Media Night (6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.) Gates open at 5:00 p.m. (All Division Welcome)
September 30 (Sat.) Late Model 50-Lap Championship Race plus ARDC Midgets - 3 p.m.
October 7 (Sat.) Pumpkin 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Oct. 8)
October 20 (Fri.) Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic Qualifying Day for Street Stocks and Four Cylinders also features for Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble and Mini Vans - 7:30 p.m.
October 21 (Sat.) 3rd Annual Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic (50 laps each) - Street Stocks, Four Cylinders & Xtreme Stock Cars - 3 p.m.
October 28 (Sat.) Candy Bowl II presented by J&K Salvage - ARDC Midgets, 600cc Micro Sprints, Lincoln Thundercars, Legends Cars, Classic
Cars & W.O.W. Stocks - 3 p.m.
November 4 (Sat.) Racecar Flea Market (All types welcome) - $10.00 vendor fee per spot
November 11 (Sat.) Turkey 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Nov. 12)
Speedway Flea Market – Every Sunday at 6:00 a.m. (Vendor set up is 5:30 a.m.)


A Night of Repeat Winners at SSP on Friday Night

Newberrytown, PA (August 11, 2006) – On the very popular Camera & Autograph night, John Stehman and Brian Hauenstein both became repeat feature winners at the Susquehanna Speedway Park on Friday night in the Trail Motors Super Sportsman and Street Stocks respectively. John Stoll Jr. picked up the Four Cylinder Stock Car win with Ralph Morgan winning the make-up Four Cylinder Stock Car feature from June 1.
Starting from outside row two, John Stehman jumped out to an early lead over Chris Reed and Dave Calaman. Calaman passed Reed on the fifth lap and began his pursuit of Stehman. With the help of a few cautions, Calaman was unable to get by Stehman.
A lap 19 red flag for an Aaron Eichelberger flip set up a one lap shoot-out between Calaman and Stehman for the win. Stehman once again held off Calaman on the final circuit to pick up his second feature win of the season at SSP. Following Calaman was Chris Reed, Smokey Snelbaker and Ryan Rupp. Qualifying heat wins went to Reed, Calaman and Jason Fry.
Picking up the $100 Trail Motors Super Sportsman bonus was Dave Calaman. Bobby Hockenberry and Vance Yinger picked up $50 bonuses from Trail Motors.
In an unusual caution-filled Street Stock feature event, Brian Hauenstein became the first repeat SSP Street Stock winner over 2005 Track Champion, Wes Alleman. Chad Smith, who led the first 15 circuits before giving up the lead to Hauenstein, settled for third. Kirby Sites and Eric Walker rounded out the top five. Sam Leonard, Jr., Chad Smith and Steven Dove won the qualifying heats.
In Four Cylinder Stock Car action, Bryan Michael jumped out to an early lead until lap 5 when he was overtaken by Dale Kreiser. Michael regained the lead when Kreiser exited the track on lap 8. John Stoll Jr. came from a seventh place starting position to grab the lead on lap 12 of the 15 lap feature event. Stoll never looked back to pick up the win over Larry Stine, Grant Adams, Eric Hollenbach and John Henry. Stine, Adams and Ralph Morgan Jr. picked up the qualifying heat wins with Denis Christ Jr. winning the consolation event.
In the Four Cylinder Stock Car make-up feature from June 1, Ralph Morgan Jr. was victorious over John Stoll Jr, Ed Hollenbach, Dustin Hollinger and Grant Adams.
Due to the lack of SSP staff available for the racing events to be moved to from Friday night, August 18 to Saturday night, August 19, the events will remain on Friday, August 18. The night will feature the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models, Street Stocks and a Mini Van Construction race.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Race Results from August 11, 2006
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 Laps): 1. John Stehman, 2. Dave Calaman, 3. Chris Reed, 4. Smokey Snelbaker, 5. Ryan Rupp, 6. Jim Shuttlesworth, 7. Billy Schoffstall, 8. Jason Fry, 9. Craig Morrow, 10. Scott Dellingner, 11. Mike Enders, 12. Gregg Foster, 13. Bobby Hockenberry, 14. Bill Brown, 15. Robert Leidl, 16. Art Leidl, 17. David Socks III, 18. Rich Eichelberger, 19. Brian Broughter, 20. Vance Yinger, 21. Aaron Eichelberger, 22. Joey Biasi, 23. Steve Fannasy, 24. Stan Wanner; DNQ – Jerry Wolfe, Raymond Myers, Steve Wilbur.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Stehman (1-20)
HEAT WINNERS: Reed, Fry and Calaman.

Street Stock Feature (20 Laps): 1. Brian Hauenstein, 2. Wes Alleman, 3. Chad Smith, 4. Kirby Sites, 5. Eric Walker, 6. Doug Hoffman, 7. Todd Bowersox, 8. Kory Sites, 9. Rick Yohn, 10. Gary Welsh, 11. M.R. Teal, 12. Bob Gutshall, 13. Sam Leonard Jr., 14. Bryan Shue, 15. Joe Whitely, 16. Gary Johnston, 17. Dave Thompson Jr., 18. Jim Hulse, 19. Jenn Scott, 20. Chad Milliken, 21. Steven Dove, 22. George Eash, 23. Joey Hoffer, 24. Scott Thunberg, DNQ – Lance Grove, Duane Prowell.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Smith (1-15), Hauenstein (16-20).
HEAT WINNERS: Leonard, Smith, Dove
CONSOLATION WINNER: Kory Sites

Four Cylinder Stock Car Feature (20 Laps): 1. John Stoll Jr., 2. Larry Stine, 3. Grant Adams, 4. Eric Hollenbach, 5. John Henry, 6. Bob Kupp, 7. Brian Wentzel, 8. Jerry Schott Jr., 9. Matt Williamson, 10. Kyle Levengood, 11. Dennis Christ Jr., 12. Gary Newell, 13. Gary Schoch, 14. Ralph Morgan, 15. Brett Hockenberry, 16. Kevin Thomas, 17. Jeremy Ott, 18. Matt Sowers, 19. Bryan Michael, 20. Mike Buckley, 21. Dustin Hollinger, 22. Dale Kreiser, 23. Ronnie Buck, DQ – Keith Walls; DNQ – Ed Hollenbach, Ronnie Garlock, Ron Combs Jr., Lewis Garl, Dave Friedrich, Jake Shoup.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Michael (1-4), Kreiser (5-7), Michael (8-11), Stoll Jr., (12-15)
HEAT WINNERS: Adams, Morgan, Stine
CONSOLATION WINNER: Christ, Jr.

Four Cylinder Stock Car Feature - Makeup from June 1 (15 Laps): 1. Ralph Morgan Jr., 2. John Stoll Jr., 3. Ed Hollenbach, 4. Dustin Hollinger, 5. Grant Adams, 6. Bryan Michael, 7. Kevin Thomas, 8. Brian Wentzel, 9. Dale Kreiser, 10. Dennis Christ Jr., 11. John Henry, 12. Gary Newell, 13. Bob Kupp, 14. Brett Hockenberry, 15. Ronnie Garlock.
FEATURE LAP LEADER:

SSP Pit Notes
ASCS Sprint Car Meeting Scheduled for Tuesday, August 22 – Emmett Hahn, the President of the ASCS (American Sprint Car Series), will hold a meeting in conjunction with the Susquehanna Speedway Park, on Tuesday, August 22 at 6:30 p.m. at the York County Racing Club building. ASCS sanctions Sprint Car racing nationally throughout the United States and is the largest of its kind. The ASCS meeting will present the introduction to the future of ASCS sanctioned racing in the Central Pennsylvania area.
The meeting is open to anyone interested in the series including drivers, owners, media and all others. Food and drinks will be available before the meeting. The York County Racing Club is located at 4255 North Susquehanna Trail in York, Pennsylvania. Due to construction of a nearby bridge, everyone is encouraged to use exit 25 (Emigsville exit) off I-83 and then go north on the Susquehanna Trail to reach the YCRC building.
August 24 Classic Car 15-lap Feature Lineup for June 22 Make Up Feature – The makeup feature event for the Classic Cars feature which was postponed due to rain on Thursday, June 22 will be run on Thursday night, August 24. The starting lineup will be: 1) 112 Bil Brown Sr.; 2) 7 Jamie Lloyd; 3) Jim Crocker; 4) 21 Kurt Welsh; 5) 34 Joe Snodgrass; 6) 29 Pete Neal; 7) 48 Allen Cullum; 8) 80 Jack Yingling; 9) 95 Fred Cullum; 10) 11 Al Daniels; 11) 22 Allen Daniels Jr.; 12) 55 Glenn Elliott; 13) Brian Diehl. Pit passes from Thursday, June 22 will not be honored as two features will be run on Thursday, August 24. No other competitors or substitutes are eligible for the 15-lap make up feature event.
SSP Point Standings – A complete listing of 2006 SSP Point Championships may be found at sspracing.net.
Speedway Flea Market – The Speedway Flea Market continues every Sunday at 6:00 a.m. There will be plenty of things for everyone. Vendor fees are $10.00 per day and setup begins at 5:30 a.m. Space will be limited to a “reasonable” amount for each vendor. Food and drink vendors are not permitted. This flea market will continue every Sunday throughout the rest of the year.

Revised 2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Schedule of Events
(Schedule as of August 12, 2006 – Subject to Change)
August 17 (Thur.) Camera & Autograph Night and York County Racing Club Night Xtreme Stocks (including a make up from August 10),
Legends Cars and EMMR Vintage Club Cars
August 18 (Fri) Mini Van Construction Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks plus Clean Technologies
Young Guns Shootout Round 3
August 24 (Thur.) The Great American School Bus Championship, Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars (including an additional make up
feature from June 22)
August 25 (Fri.) Women on Wheels School Bus Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
August 30 (Wed.) Inaugural York County Nationals Invitational Golf Tournament - Valley Green Golf Course (9:00 a.m.)
August 31 (Thur.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 1) & King of the Posse Match Races - Sprint Cars (3 features – 2 make ups
from June 22 and August 10 and one regular), Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars Dirt Nationals Qualifier (Rain
date: To Be Announced)
September 1 (Fri.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 2) - 2nd Annual Trail Motors Super Sportsman Championship (75 laps) plus
Street Stocks plus Clean Technologies Young Guns Shootout Round 4 and Four Cylinders (Rain date: Sunday,
Sept. 3)
September 2 (Sat.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 3) Late Models (40 laps), ARDC Midgets (Twin 20’s) and Classic Cars (Rain
date: Sunday, Sept. 3)
*All Point Championships end after the completion of all York County National events
September 23 (Sat.) Smashfest ‘06 & Newberry Community Fair - Big &Small Car Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks & more
in this exciting night of destruction and FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR (Rain date: Sunday, September 24)
September 29 (Fri.) Open Practice Night / Media Night (6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.) Gates open at 5:00 p.m. (All Division Welcome)
September 30 (Sat.) Late Model 50-Lap Championship Race plus ARDC Midgets - 3 p.m.
October 7 (Sat.) Pumpkin 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Oct. 8)
October 20 (Fri.) Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic Qualifying Day for Street Stocks & Four Cylinders also features for Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble and Mini Vans - 7:30 p.m.
October 21 (Sat.) 3rd Annual Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic (50 laps each) - Street Stocks, Four Cylinders & Xtreme Stock Cars - 3 p.m.
October 28 (Sat.) Candy Bowl II presented by J&K Salvage - ARDC Midgets, 600cc Micro Sprints, Lincoln Thundercars, Legends Cars, Classic
Cars & W.O.W. Stocks - 3 p.m.
November 4 (Sat.) Racecar Flea Market - 6:00 a.m. - ? ? ? (All types welcome)
November 11 (Sat.) Turkey 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Nov. 12)
Speedway Flea Market – Every Sunday beginning at 6:00 a.m. (Vendor set up is 5:30 a.m.)


Sprint Cars Highlight Thursday and the Return of the Trail Motors Super Sportsman and Street Stocks on Friday at SSP

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (August 8, 2006) – The Sprint Cars will highlight the racing card on Thursday, August 10 at the Susquehanna Speedway Park. Along with the Sprint Cars, fans will see the Xtreme Stock Cars and the York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Super Oval race.
The Kid’s Box Car Races were rained out on Thursday, June 22 and have been rescheduled for Thursday night, August 10. Lots of great prizes will be available for all entrants in the Kid’s Box Car Races. All children 12 and under are encouraged to decorate their boxes and compete in the races. A box car is a racecar made out of a box (with their arms, legs and head sticking out). Two family members or friends are needed for the pit crew. This will be a two-(2) lap race (on the frontstretch) with a pit stop. The pit stop will include taking off and putting shoes back on both feet for tire changes, washing the face to clean windshield and drinking a drink for fuel.
On Friday, August 11, the popular Camera and Autograph Night will return featuring the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Street Stocks and Four Cylinder Stock Cars. All fans will have the opportunity to meet their favorite drivers with their cars on the frontstretch before the feature events.
The makeup feature event for the Four Cylinder Stock Car feature which was postponed due to rain on Thursday, June 1 will also be run on Friday night, August 11. The starting lineup will be: 1) 64 Grant Adams; 2) 9 Randy Wible; 3) 23 Eric Hollenbach; 4) 76 Ronnie Garlock; 5) 5 Dustin Hollinger; 6) 11s John Stoll Jr.; 7) 44 Ralph Morgan Jr.; 8) 3c Kevin Thomas; 9) 888 Brian Wentzel; 10) 82m Chris McLanigan; 11) 13 Ed Hollenbach; 12) 32 Dennis Christ Jr.; 13) 0 Gary Newell; 14) 55 Troy Eckenrode; 15) 88 John Henry; 16) 39 Patrick Mclanigen; 17) 17 Bob Kupp; 18) 38s Dave Staley; 19) 27 Brett Hockenberry; 20) 34 Kyle Weiser; 21) 84 Leroy Long; 22) 121 Bryan Michael; 23) 5s Jason Smith; 24) 38 Mark Digges. Pit passes from Thursday, June 1 will not be honored as two features will be run on Friday, August 11.
Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand area at 5:00 p.m. on both Thursday, August 10 and Friday, August 11. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.
Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday, August 10 are Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; and Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders.
Grandstand ticket prices for Friday, August 11 are Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $8.00; and Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders.
There will be an SSP Repeat Fan Discount of $2.00 for each person with a ticket stub from the June 30, August 3 and August 4 events for both August 10 and August 11. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30.00 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park
www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170
August 10, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $20.00; Non members - $22.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $14.00; Teens (13- 17) –
$10.00; Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:30 p.m. Sprint Cars Driver’s Meeting
6:40 p.m. Xtreme Stock Car and Mini Van Driver’s Meeting
6:50 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Xtreme Stock (Rookie Rumble)
Sprint Cars
Xtreme Stock Cars
Mini Vans
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Sprint Cars Qualifying Heat Races (10 laps)
Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble Feature (20 laps) – 20 minute time limit
Sprint Cars Consolation Race (10 laps) – if necessary.
York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Super Oval Feature (12 laps)
Kid’s Box Car Races - Frontstretch
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Sprint Cars Feature (25 laps) – Driver Intros before the race; Crews to take the cars to
the frontstretch and drivers will be introduced through the front tunnel area.
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (20 laps w/ <20 cars; 25 laps w/ 20 to 29 cars; 30 laps
w/ 30+ cars) – 30 minute time limit

August 11, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule
“Camera & Autograph Night”
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:40 p.m. Street Stocks and Four Cylinder Stock Cars Driver’s Meeting
6:50 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting
7:00 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Street Stocks
Four Cylinder Stock Cars
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Four Cylinder Stock Cars Feature (Make up from June 1) - (15 laps)
Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Four Cylinder Stock Cars Qualifying Heat Races (6 laps)
Street Stocks Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Four Cylinder Stock Cars Consolation Race (6 or 8 laps) – if necessary
Camera & Autograph Session – All Drivers with Cars report to the frontstretch (15 minutes)
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Street Stocks Feature (20 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Four Cylinder Stock Cars Feature (15 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
Speedway Flea Market Continues Every Sunday – The “new” Speedway Flea Market continues every Sunday morning 6:00 a.m. There will be plenty of things for everyone. Vendor fees are $10.00 per day and setup begins at 5:30 a.m. Space will be limited to a “reasonable” amount for each vendor. Food and drink vendors are not permitted. This flea market will continue every Sunday throughout the rest of the year.
Racecar Flea Market on Saturday, November 4 – SSP will host a racecar flea market with all forms of racing welcome on Saturday, November 4. Vendor fees are $10.00 per day and setup begins at 8:00 p.m. on Friday night. Plenty of “bargains“ for the 2007 season will be available.
August 17 Sprint Car 25-lap Feature Lineup for June 22 Make Up Feature - The starting lineup for the makeup Sprint Car feature event postponed due to rain on Thursday, June 22 will be: 1) 07 Mark Coldren; 2) 3 Bob Bennett; 3) 89 Cody Darrah; 4) 25 Lance Dewease; 5) 11c Cory Haas; 6) x Bob Weaver; 7) 12c Blaine Heimbach; 8) 77 Greg Hodnett; 9) 22 Fred Rahmer; 10) 12 Chad Layton; 11) 51 Karl Baker; 12) 69 Michael Carber; 13) 7c Dave Cordier Jr.; 14) 7m Mike Mansfield; 15) 33 Scott lutz; 16) 28h Billy Hetzel Jr.; 17) 66 Roger Fickett; 18) 28 Chad Jumper. Pit passes from Thursday, June 22 will not be honored as two features will be run on Thursday, July 27.
Friday August 18 Date WILL NOT Be Moved to Saturday, August 19 – Due to the lack of SSP staff available for the racing events to be moved from Friday night, August 18 to Saturday night, August 19, the events will remain on Friday, August 18. The night will feature the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models, Street Stocks and a Mini Van Construction race.
Clean Technologies Young Guns Street Stock Series Round 3 - Friday, August 18 will be the third race of a four race series for all Street Stock drivers who are 21 years of age and younger to compete in a five lap dash race presented by Clean Technologies. The winner of the dash will receive $100.00 with second place collecting $50.00. Both third and fourth place finishers will receive $25.00 each. The driver with the best cumulative finishes over the four race series will receive $200.00. The final race of the series will be Friday, September 1. The current point standings after two rounds are 1. Chad Smith (17); 2. Joey Hoffer (15); 3. Eric Walker (12); 4. Dave Thompson and Jenn Scott (3). Smith and Hoffer have picked up wins in rounds one and two respectively.
ASCS Sprint Car Meeting Scheduled for Tuesday, August 22 – Emmett Hahn, the President of the ASCS (American Sprint Car Series), will hold a meeting in conjuction with the Susquehanna Speedway Park, on Tuesday, August 22 at 6:30 p.m. at the York County Racing Club building. ASCS sanctions Sprint Car racing nationally throughout the United States and is the largest of its kind. The ASCS meeting will present the introduction to the future of ASCS sanctioned racing in the Central Pennsylvania area.
The meeting is open to anyone interested in the series including drivers, owners, media and all others. Food and drinks will be available before the meeting. The York County Racing Club is located at 4255 North Susquehanna Trail in York, Pennsylvania. Due to construction of a nearby bridge, everyone is encouraged to use exit 25 (Emigsville exit) off I-83 and then go north on the Susquehanna Trail to reach the YCRC building.
August 24 Classic Car 15-lap Feature Lineup for June 22 Make Up Feature – The makeup feature event for the Classic Cars feature which was postponed due to rain on Thursday, June 22 will be run on Thursday night, August 24. The starting lineup will be: 1) 112 Bil Brown Sr.; 2) 7 Jamie Lloyd; 3) Jim Crocker; 4) 21 Kurt Welsh; 5) 34 Joe Snodgrass; 6) 29 Pete Neal; 7) 48 Allen Cullum; 8) 80 Jack Yingling; 9) 95 Fred Cullum; 10) 11 Al Daniels; 11) 22 Allen Daniels Jr.; 12) 55 Glenn Elliott; 13) Brian Diehl. Pit passes from Thursday, June 22 will not be honored as two features will be run on Thursday, August 24.
Golf Tournament Postponed Until 2007 – The Inaugural York County Nationals Golf Tournament scheduled for Wednesday, August 30 at the Valley Green Golf Course has been postponed until a date to be announced in 2007.
SSP Point Standings – A complete listing of 2006 SSP Point Championships may be found at sspracing.net.
Revised 2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Schedule of Events
(Schedule as of August 5 2006 – Subject to Change)
August 10 (Thur.) Kid’s Box Car Races plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Mini Van Super Oval Race
August 11 (Fri.) Camera & Autograph Night plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Street Stocks, Four Cylinders (including an additional
make-up feature from June 1)
August 17 (Thur.) Camera & Autograph Night and York County Racing Club Night plus two feature for Sprint Cars (including a makeup
feature from June 22), Xtreme Stocks, Legends Cars and EMMR Vintage Club Cars
August 18 (Fri) Mini Van Construction Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks plus Clean Technologies
Young Guns Shootout Round 3
August 24 (Thur.) The Great American School Bus Championship plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars (including an
additional make up feature from June 22)
August 25 (Fri.) Women on Wheels School Bus Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
August 31 (Thur.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 1) & King of the Posse Match Races - Sprint Cars (32 laps), Xtreme Stocks
and Legends Cars Dirt Nationals Qualifier (Rain date: To Be Announced)
September 1 (Fri.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 2) - 2nd Annual Trail Motors Super Sportsman Championship (75 laps) plus
Street Stocks plus Clean Technologies Young Guns Shootout Round 4 and Four Cylinders (Rain date: Sunday,
Sept. 3)
September 2 (Sat.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 3) Late Models (40 laps), ARDC Midgets (Twin 20’s) and Classic Cars (Rain
date: Sunday, Sept. 3)
*All Point Championships end after the completion of all York County National events
September 23 (Sat.) Smashfest ‘06 & Newberry Community Fair - Big &Small Car Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks & more
in this exciting night of destruction and FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR (Rain date: Sunday, September 24)
September 29 (Fri.) Open Practice Night / Media Night (6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.) Gates open at 5:00 p.m. (All Division Welcome)
September 30 (Sat.) Late Model 50-Lap Championship Race plus ARDC Midgets - 3 p.m.
October 7 (Sat.) Pumpkin 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Oct. 8)
October 20 (Fri.) Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic Qualifying Day for Street Stocks and Four Cylinders also features for Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble and Mini Vans - 7:30 p.m.
October 21 (Sat.) 3rd Annual Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic (50 laps each) - Street Stocks, Four Cylinders & Xtreme Stock Cars - 3 p.m.
October 28 (Sat.) Candy Bowl II presented by J&K Salvage - ARDC Midgets, 600cc Micro Sprints, Lincoln Thundercars, Legends Cars, Classic
Cars & W.O.W. Stocks - 3 p.m.
November 4 (Sat.) Racecar Flea Market (All types welcome) - $10.00 vendor fee per spot
November 11 (Sat.) Turkey 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Nov. 12)
Speedway Flea Market – Every Sunday at 6:00 a.m. (Vendor set up is 5:30 a.m.)


Baer Wins in Late Model Action at SSP on Friday Night

Newberrytown, PA (August 4, 2006) – Larry Baer became the first repeat feature winner of the season in the highly competitive Late Model class at the Susquehanna Speedway Park on Friday night. Baer started on the pole and led every lap enroute to his second SSP feature victory of 2006.
Early in the race Baer was challenged by Sterling Kinard who eventually finished fourth. Second place finisher Randy Christine Jr. challenged Baer for the lead in the last half of the event, but was unable to make the winning pass and had to settle for second. Steve Billet finished third.
Larry Baer, Randy Christine Jr. and Jerry Bard won heats for the 36 cars. Pat Beard won the consolation race.
A.J. Ernesto picked up the ARDC Midget victory in the shortened 13 lap feature event. The race was cut short after an unusual amount of cautions and red flags. Ed Stimely, P.J. Gargiulo, Carey Becker and Eric Heydenreich rounded out the top five in the 26 car main event. Mike Miller, the scheduling coordinator and Todd Fisher, SSP co-promoter have tentatively agreed on a minimum of 12 dates for the 2007 racing season for the ARDC Midget at SSP. The majority of the dates will be on Thursday nights.
Joe Snodgrass wired the Classic Car field as he lead all 15 laps of the feature from his pole position. Jamie Lloyd, Bill Brown Sr., Joe Brown and Brian Diehl round out the top five respectively. Brown Sr. came from a 13th starting spot. Bill Brown Sr. and Jamie Lloyd won the qualifying heat races.
Kendra Knaub took the lead from Nicole Markel on lap 10 of the 12-lap Women on Wheels Stock Car feature and never looked back. Finishing second and third was Beth Burhman and Kim Flannagan.
Daryl Sipe was victorious in the York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Snake Race over Tana Bear and George Danner.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Race Results from August 4, 2006
Late Model Feature (20 Laps): 1. Larry Baer, 2. Randy Christine Jr., 3. Steve Billet, 4. Streling Kinard, 5. Jerry Bard, 6. Gary Potts, 7. Scott Lupfer, 8. Pat Beard, 9. Gene Knaub, 10. Derrick Zirkle, 11. Bud Barton, 12. Jake Jones, 13. Mark Grey, 14. Carl Graves, 15. John Ebersole, 16. Jake Lettich, 17. Josh Kimmel, 18. Les Hare, 19. Rocky Magaro, 20. Lauden Seigfried, 21. Jared Miller, 22. Gerry Stutting, Jr., 23. Coleby Frye, 24. Scott McCann; DNS: Travis McClelland, Robert Minnich, Justin Ehrhart, Steve Weikel, Mike Leonard, Zachary Kauffman, Gene Wrightstone, Chuck Yingling, Mike Spangler, Carl Billet.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Baer (1-20)
HEAT WINNERS: Baer, Christine Jr. and Bard
CONSOLATION WINNERS: Pat Beard

ARDC Midget Feature (13 Laps / Cut Short due to Time Limit): 1. A.J. Ernesto, 2.Ed Stimely, Jr., 3. P.J. Gargiulo, 4. Carey Becker, 5. Eric Heydenreich, 6. Mike Miller, 7. Randy Monroe, 8. Jeff Schell, 9. Doug Rose, 10. Donnie Trent, 11. Scott Zipp, 12. Michele Miller, 13. Tracy Readinger, 14. Steve Craig, 15. Dave Ely, 16. Pete Pavlick, 17. Lew Blair, 18. Paul Kline, 19. Steve Lenig, 20. Kathy Kurtz, 21. Sammy Hemhauser, 22. Bobby Goerner, 23. Chris Zrinski, 24. Mike Krause, 25. Ted Schmid, DNS: Andy Martin.

Classic Cars Feature (15 Laps): 1. Joe Snodgrass, 2. Jamie Lloyd, 3. Bill Brown Sr., 4. Joe Brown, 5. Brian Diehl, 6. Jack Yingling, 7. Jim Croker, 8. Bill Brown Jr., 9. Kurt Welsh, 10. Glenn Elliott, 11. Allen Daniels Jr., 12. Fred Cullum, 13. Al Daniels, 14. Tommy Crummitt III, 15. Pete Neal.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Snodgrass (1-15).

Women on Wheels Stock Cars Feature (12 Laps): 1. Kendra Knaub, 2. Beth Burhman, 3. Kim Flannagan, 4. Karen Hawthorne, 5. Nicole Markel, 6. Nancy Horan Frye, 7. Deanna Frye.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Burhman (1-3); Markel (4-10); Knaub (11-12).

York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Snake Race (10 Laps): 1. Daryl Sipe, 2. Tana Bear, 3. George Danner, 4. David Olson, 5. Travis Rife, 6. Jeff Svendson, 7. David Kohr, 8. George Lucas, 9. Scott Conley, 10. Steve Ultz, 11. Harold Ebaugh, 12. Rob Harkins, 13. Kimberly Martino, 14. Mike Benyou, 15. Carl Buffington, 16. Marty Jelliff, 17. Rick Berger, 18. Sherry Kitner, 19. Brandon Ort.
FEATURE LAP LEADER:


SSP Regulars Dewease and Layton Score Wins Against NST

Newberrytown, PA (August 3, 2006) – Lance Dewease and Chad Layton swept both National Sprint Tour features at Susquehanna Speedway Park Thursday night. Dewease won the 25-lap feature, which paid $7,500 to the winner, while Layton won the non-stop 15-lap feature, earning $2,500 in the process.
Sam Rial won the 20-lap Xtreme Stock Car feature while John Scrivens was victorious in the 15-lap Xtreme Rookie Rumble race and Bob Campbell won the 12-lap Penn-Mar Vintage Stock Car main.
Dewease passed Jason Meyers for the lead on lap 17 with an outside move in turn 3. He then had to hold off Paul McMahan following a lap 22 restart for the victory. Dewease defeated McMahan, Meyers, Steve Kinser and Fred Rahmer.
In the second feature, Layton watched Brian Paulus and Blane Heimbach swept the lead several times over the first five circuits. Layton finally passed Paulus for good on lap 6 and went on to win the non-stop feature in 4:56.10 (track record). Paulus settled for second followed by Shane Stewart, Lucas Wolfe and Mark Smith.
Jason Solwold, Todd Shaffer, Jason Sides and Mark Coldren won heats for the 32 cars. Solwold’s 2:03.19 was a track record. Alan Krimes won the B Main and had the fast time (14.728 sec.). Rahmer and Meyers won the trophy dashes.
Sam Rial and Charlie Pensinger were side by side at the line in the 20-lap Xtreme Stock Car feature with Rial picking up his first win at the speedway. Pensinger was second followed by Matt Wampler, Jason Failor and Adam Smith.
John Scrivens led the final 11 circuits of the 15-lap Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble main. He defeated Larry Landis, Adam Doll, Sean Higgins and Tim Hahn.
Bob Campbell was victorious in the Modified portion of the Penn-Mar Vintage Stock main. Fred Krickbaum won the Sportsman portion.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Race Results from August 3, 2006
National Sprint Tour Feature No. 1 (25 Laps): 1. Lance Dewease; 2.Paul McMahan; 3. Jason Meyers; 4. Steve Kinser; 5. Fred Rahmer; 6. Keith Kauffman; 7. Danny Lasoski; 8. Kerry Madsen; 9. Jason Sides; 10. Alan Krimes; 11. Tim Kaeding; 12. Jeff Shepard; 13. Don Kreitz Jr.; 14. Michael Carber; 15. Jason Solwold; 16. Todd Shaffer; 17. Chad Layton; 18. Mark Smith; 19. Lucas Wolfe; 20. Shane Stewart; 21. Blane Heimbach; 22. Brian Paulus; 23. Mark Coldren; 24. Alan Cole. Did Not Qualify: Craig Keel, Dean Jacobs, Cory Haas, Johnny Mackison Jr., Pat Cooper, Scott Lutz, Cody Darrah, Billy Kimmel.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Meyers (1-16); Dewease (17-25)
HEAT WINNERS: Solwold (NTR-2:03.19); Shaffer; Sides; Coldren
B MAIN: Krimes
FAST TIME: Krimes, 14.728
DASH WINNERS: Rahmer; Meyers

National Sprint Tour Feature No. 2 (15 Laps): 1. Layton; 2. Paulus; 3. Stewart; 4. Wolfe; 5. Smith; 6. Shaffer; 7. Kreitz; 8. Solwold; 9. Kaeding; 10. Kauffman; 11. Carber; 12. Sides; 13. Rahmer; 14. Lasoski; 15. Dewease; 16. Krimes; 17. Heimbach; 18. Shepard; 19. Cole; 20. McMahan; 21. Meyers; 22. Coldren; 23. Madsen; 24. Kinser (NTR-4:56.10)
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Paulus (1-2, 4-5); Heimbach (3); Layton (6-15)

Xtreme Stock Car Feature (20 Laps): 1. Sam Rial; 2. Charlie Pensinger; 3. Matt Wampler; 4. Jason Failor; 5. Adam Smith; 6. Barclay Wilson; 7. Bill Fulton; 8. Mike Goodwin; 9. Les Scrivens Jr.; 10. Bruce McClane; 11. Ray Broderick; 12. Trevor Stark; 13. Ken Doll; 14. Raymond Repp; 15. Mark Vogh; 16. Tom Johns; 17. Kevin Higgins; 18. Travis Horan; 19. Donnie Broderick; 20. Larry Hughes Jr. Did Not Start: Scott Fisher; Tommy Slanker.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Wampler (1-4); Rial (5-20)

Xtreme Stock Cars Rookie Rumble Feature (20 Laps): 1. John Scrivens; 2. Larry Landis; 3. Adam Doll; 4. Sean Higgins; 5. Tim Hahn; 6. Penny Repp; 7. Cody Wampler; 8. Curtis Shue; 9. Nolan Barshinger; 10. Ken Johns; 11. Buddy Jeffers; 12. Randy Blank.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Wampler (1); Landis (2-3); Scrivens (4-15)

Penn Mar Vintage Car Feature (12 Laps): 1. Bob Campbell; 2. Jeff Gamble; 3. Bob Casti; 4. Paul Bacchus; 5. Fred Krickbaum; 6. Willie Brymesser; 7. Ed Farley; 8. Tom Swanger. Did Not Start: Wyatt Jacobus.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Casti (1-2); Campbell (3-12)


Two National Sprint Tour features on Thursday and the Return of the ARDC Midgets on Friday at SSP

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (August 1, 2006) – The National Sprint Tour featuring Steve Kinser, Brian Paulus, Tim Kaeding and Danny Lasoski returns to the Susquehanna Speedway Park in a history making way on Thursday night, August 3 with two separate feature events. Along with the Sprint Cars, fans will see the Xtreme Stock Cars and Penn Mar Vintage Cars.
With the help of Central PA based Arnold Transportation and Jake’s Carts, SSP is also proud to announce that the general admission ticket price for Adults has been reduced from $30.00 to $20.00. All advance ticket purchasers currently holding tickets for either June 9 or August 3 may visit the SSP souvenir stand for their choice of either a $14.00 Adult general admission ticket to be used at a later date or $10.00 in SSP gift certificates. The ticket holder must present the ticket to be punched at this time.
The racing events scheduled for Friday night, June 9 were canceled due to afternoon thunderstorms hitting the speedway grounds. Advance ticket sale purchases for Friday, June 9 may use the ticket at the front gate for admission on Thursday, August 3 for the return of the National Sprint Tour to central Pennsylvania.
The NST will run its normal round of qualifying, followed by heats, dashes to set the first six rows, B Main, then a 25 lap A-main presented by Arnold Transportation. This first A-Main will pay 75% of the normal purse ($7,500-to-win). Following the first A-Main, there will be an approximate 15 minute break to weigh the finishers and put in fuel, but no new right rear tires. Then, the entire field will return to the track for a 15lap “A Plus Main” presented by Jake’s Carts. The field will be set as follows: all cars on the lead lap of the first A-main will be inverted; all cars not on the lead lap will start behind the inverted field. The purse will be for the balance of the 25% not paid in the first A-Main.
As Lonnie Parsons of the #6 Casey’s General Store car driven by Dean Jacobs put it: “I know what the fans are going to think: they’ll love it. And rightfully so. I think it will be exciting to try something a little different, and how could there be anything wrong with encouraging passing. Knoxville used to do something like this and those sure were exciting races. I hope our fans at SSP enjoy it.”
Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand area at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 3. Qualifying begins at 6:30 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. There is no Repeat Fan Discount for this event as the ticket prices have already been lowered. Grandstand ticket prices are Adults & Teens (13 & older) $20.00; Children (6 - 12) $12.00; and Children (5 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $32.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders.
Then on Friday night, August 4, it will be Camera & Autograph Night featuring the ARDC Midgets, Late Models, Classic Cars and Women on Wheels Stock Cars in competition along with a York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Snake Race. All fans will have the opportunity to meet their favorite drivers with their cars on the frontstretch before the feature events.
Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand area at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, August 4. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.
Grandstand ticket prices for Friday, July 28 are Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $8.00; and Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders.
There will be an SSP Repeat Fan Discount of $2.00 for each person with a ticket stub from the July 3, July 28 and August 3 events. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30.00 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park
www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170
August 3, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
“Presented by Arnold Transportation and Jake’s Carts”
4:00 p.m. Back Pit Gate Opens: Pit Passes: Members - $30.00; Non members - $32.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults & Teens (13-17) - $20.00; Children (6-
12) - $12.00; Children (5 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
5:30 p.m. National Sprint Tour (NST) Sprint Cars Driver’s Meeting
* Sprint Cars Heat in Engines following the driver’s meeting
6:00 p.m. Practice: NST Sprint Cars
6:20 p.m. All Sprint Cars Report to Infield for Time Trials
6:30 p.m. NST Sprint Car Time Trials (2 laps)
6:40 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars and Penn Mar Vintage Cars Driver’s Meeting
7:10 p.m. - 7:25 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Xtreme Stock (Rookie Rumble)
Penn Mar Vintage Cars
Xtreme Stock Cars
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. NST Sprint Cars Qualifying Heat Races (10 laps)
Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble Feature (15 laps) – 15 minute time limit
NST Dash Pill Draw for Dashes #1 & #2 – frontstretch
NST Sprint Cars C-Main Race (T.B.D. laps) – if necessary.
Penn Mar Vintage Cars Feature (12 laps)
NST Sprint Cars Dash #1 (6 laps)
NST Sprint Cars Dash #2 (6 laps)
NST Sprint Cars B-Main Race (12 laps)
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (20 laps w/ <20 cars; 25 laps w/ 20 to 29 cars; 30 laps
w/ 30+ cars) – 30 minute time limit
NST Sprint Cars “1st”A-Main Feature (25 laps) – Driver Intros before the race;
Crews to take the cars to the frontstretch and drivers will be introduced through the
front tunnel area.
NST Sprint Cars “2nd” A-Main Feature (15 laps)

August 4, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule
“Camera & Autograph Night”
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:35 p.m. ARDC Midgets Driver’s Meeting
6:45 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting
6:55 p.m. Women on Wheels Stock Cars, Classic Cars and Mini Vans Driver’s Meeting
7:00 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Late Models
Women on Wheels (W.O.W.) Stock Cars
ARDC Midgets
Classic Cars
Mini Vans
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Classic Cars Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
ARDC Midgets Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Snake Race (10 laps)
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
ARDC Midgets Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Women on Wheels Stock Cars Feature (12 or 15 laps)
Camera & Autograph Session – All Drivers with Cars report to the frontstretch (15 minutes)
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
ARDC Midgets Feature (20 laps)
Late Models Feature (20 laps)
Classic Cars Feature (20 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
Speedway Flea Market – The Sunday morning Speedway Flea Market will begin on August 6 at 6:00 a.m. There will be plenty of things for everyone. Vendor fees are $10.00 per day and setup begins at 5:30 a.m. Space will be limited to a “reasonable” amount for each vendor. Food and drink vendors are not permitted. This flea market will continue every Sunday throughout the rest of the year.
Racecar Flea Market – SSP will host a racecar flea market with all forms of racing welcome on Saturday, November 4. Vendor fees are $10.00 per day and setup begins at 8:00 p.m. on Friday night. Plenty of “bargains“ for the 2007 season will be available.
Kid’s Box Car Races Rescheduled for August 10 - The Kid’s Box Car Races rained out on Thursday, June 22 have been rescheduled for Thursday night, August 10. Lots of great prizes will be available for all entrants in the Kid’s Box Car Races. All children 12 and under are encouraged to decorate their boxes and compete in the races. A box car is a racecar made out of a box (with their arms, legs and head sticking out). Two family members or friends are needed for the pit crew. This will be a two-(2) lap race (on the frontstretch) with a pit stop. The pit stop will include taking off and putting shoes back on both feet for tire changes, washing the face to clean windshield and drinking a drink for fuel.
August 11 Four Cylinder Stock Car 15-lap Feature Lineup for June 1 Make Up Feature – The makeup feature event for the Four Cylinder Stock Car feature which was postponed due to rain on Thursday, June 1 will be run on Friday night, August 11. The starting lineup will be: 1) 64 Grant Adams; 2) 9 Randy Wible; 3) 23 Eric Hollenbach; 4) 76 Ronnie Garlock; 5) 5 Dustin Hollinger; 6) 11s John Stoll Jr.; 7) 44 Ralph Morgan Jr.; 8) 3c Kevin Thomas; 9) 888 Brian Wentzel; 10) 82m Chris McLanigan; 11) 13 Ed Hollenbach; 12) 32 Dennis Christ Jr.; 13) 0 Gary Newell; 14) 55 Troy Eckenrode; 15) 88 John Henry; 16) 39 Patrick Mclanigen; 17) 17 Bob Kupp; 18) 38s Dave Staley; 19) 27 Brett Hockenberry; 20) 34 Kyle Weiser; 21) 84 Leroy Long; 22) 121 Bryan Michael; 23) 5s Jason Smith; 24) 38 Mark Digges. Pit passes from Thursday, June 1 will not be honored as two features will be run on Friday, August 11.
August 17 Sprint Car 25-lap Feature Lineup for June 22 Make Up Feature - The starting lineup for the makeup Sprint Car feature event postponed due to rain on Thursday, June 22 will be: 1) 07 Mark Coldren; 2) 3 Bob Bennett; 3) 89 Cody Darrah; 4) 25 Lance Dewease; 5) 11c Cory Haas; 6) x Bob Weaver; 7) 12c Blaine Heimbach; 8) 77 Greg Hodnett; 9) 22 Fred Rahmer; 10) 12 Chad Layton; 11) 51 Karl Baker; 12) 69 Michael Carber; 13) 7c Dave Cordier Jr.; 14) 7m Mike Mansfield; 15) 33 Scott lutz; 16) 28h Billy Hetzel Jr.; 17) 66 Roger Fickett; 18) 28 Chad Jumper. Pit passes from Thursday, June 22 will not be honored as two features will be run on Thursday, July 27.
Friday August 18 Date WILL NOT Be Moved to Saturday, August 19 – Due to the lack of SSP staff available for the racing events to be moved from Friday night, August 18 to Saturday night, August 19, the events will remain on Friday, August 18. The night will feature the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models, Street Stocks and a Mini Van Construction race.
Clean Technologies Young Guns Street Stock Series Round 3 - Friday, August 18 will be the third race of a four race series for all Street Stock drivers who are 21 years of age and younger to compete in a five lap dash race presented by Clean Technologies. The winner of the dash will receive $100.00 with second place collecting $50.00. Both third and fourth place finishers will receive $25.00 each. The driver with the best cumulative finishes over the four race series will receive $200.00. The final race of the series will be Friday, September 1. The current point standings after two rounds are 1. Chad Smith (17); 2. Joey Hoffer (15); 3. Eric Walker (12); 4. Dave Thompson and Jenn Scott (3). Smith and Hoffer have picked up wins in rounds one and two respectively.
ASCS Sprint Car Meeting Scheduled for Tuesday, August 22 – Emmett Hahn, the President of the ASCS (American Sprint Car Series), will hold a meeting in conjuction with the Susquehanna Speedway Park, on Tuesday, August 22 at 6:30 p.m. at the York County Racing Club building. ASCS sanctions Sprint Car racing nationally throughout the United States and is the largest of its kind. The ASCS meeting will present the introduction to the future of ASCS sanctioned racing in the Central Pennsylvania area.
The meeting is open to anyone interested in the series including drivers, owners, media and all others. Food and drinks will be available before the meeting. The York County Racing Club is located at 4255 North Susquehanna Trail in York, Pennsylvania. Due to construction of a nearby bridge, everyone is encouraged to use exit 25 (Emigsville exit) off I-83 and then go north on the Susquehanna Trail to reach the YCRC building.
August 24 Classic Car 15-lap Feature Lineup for June 22 Make Up Feature – The makeup feature event for the Classic Cars feature which was postponed due to rain on Thursday, June 22 will be run on Thursday night, August 24. The starting lineup will be: 1) 112 Bil Brown Sr.; 2) 7 Jamie Lloyd; 3) Jim Crocker; 4) 21 Kurt Welsh; 5) 34 Joe Snodgrass; 6) 29 Pete Neal; 7) 48 Allen Cullum; 8) 80 Jack Yingling; 9) 95 Fred Cullum; 10) 11 Al Daniels; 11) 22 Allen Daniels Jr.; 12) 55 Glenn Elliott; 13) Brian Diehl. Pit passes from Thursday, June 22 will not be honored as two features will be run on Thursday, August 24.
SSP Point Standings – A complete listing of 2006 SSP Point Championships may be found at www.sspracing.net.

Revised 2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Schedule of Events
(Schedule as of August 1, 2006 – Subject to Change)
August 3 (Thur.) National Sprint Car Tour plus Xtreme Stocks and Penn Mar Vintage Club Tour
August 4 (Fri.) Camera & Autograph Night plus ARDC Midgets, Late Models, Classic Cars, W.O.W. Stocks & Mini Van Snake Race
August 10 (Thur.) Kid’s Box Car Races plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Mini Van Super Oval Race
August 11 (Fri.) Camera & Autograph Night plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Street Stocks, Four Cylinders (including an additional
make-up feature from June 1)
August 17 (Thur.) Camera & Autograph Night and York County Racing Club Night plus two feature for Sprint Cars (including a makeup
feature from June 22), Xtreme Stocks, Legends Cars and EMMR Vintage Club Cars
August 18 (Fri) Mini Van Construction Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks plus Clean Technologies
Young Guns Shootout Round 3
August 24 (Thur.) The Great American School Bus Championship plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars (including an
additional make up feature from June 22)
August 25 (Fri.) Women on Wheels School Bus Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
August 30 (Wed.) Inaugural York County Nationals Invitational Golf Tournament - Valley Green Golf Course (9:00 a.m.)
August 31 (Thur.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 1) & King of the Posse Match Races - Sprint Cars (32 laps), Xtreme Stocks
and Legends Cars Dirt Nationals Qualifier (Rain date: To Be Announced)
September 1 (Fri.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 2) - 2nd Annual Trail Motors Super Sportsman Championship (75 laps) plus
Street Stocks plus Clean Technologies Young Guns Shootout Round 4 and Four Cylinders (Rain date: Sunday,
Sept. 3)
September 2 (Sat.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 3) Late Models (40 laps), ARDC Midgets (Twin 20’s) and Classic Cars (Rain
date: Sunday, Sept. 3)
*All Point Championships end after the completion of all York County National events
September 23 (Sat.) Smashfest ‘06 & Newberry Community Fair - Big &Small Car Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks & more
in this exciting night of destruction and FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR (Rain date: Sunday, September 24)
September 29 (Fri.) Open Practice Night / Media Night (6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.) Gates open at 5:00 p.m. (All Division Welcome)
September 30 (Sat.) Late Model 50-Lap Championship Race plus ARDC Midgets - 3 p.m.
October 7 (Sat.) Pumpkin 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Oct. 8)
October 20 (Fri.) Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic Qualifying Day for Street Stocks & Four Cylinders also features for Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble and Mini Vans - 7:30 p.m.
October 21 (Sat.) 3rd Annual Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic (50 laps each) - Street Stocks, Four Cylinders & Xtreme Stock Cars - 3 p.m.
October 28 (Sat.) Candy Bowl II presented by J&K Salvage - ARDC Midgets, 600cc Micro Sprints, Lincoln Thundercars, Legends Cars, Classic
Cars & W.O.W. Stocks - 3 p.m.
November 4 (Sat.) Racecar Flea Market (All types welcome) - $10.00 vendor fee per spot
November 11 (Sat.) Turkey 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Nov. 12)
Speedway Flea Market – Every Sunday beginning on August 6 at 6:00 a.m. (Vendor set up is 5:30 a.m.)


Socks, Erhart, Frye and Hauenstein Wins at SSP on Friday Night

Newberrytown, PA (July 28, 2006) – David Socks of Hagerstown, Md., collected his first career Super Sportsman feature Friday night at Susquehanna Speedway Park. The night of season first-time winners continued in the Late Model features as Justin Erhart, who celebrated by doing a back flip off his car in Victory Lane, and Coleby Frye, both of Dover, won their respective main events. Frye captured the Late Model feature postponed from July 21. Also, Brian Hauenstein collected the 20-lap Street Stock feature and became the ninth different driver to win as many features at Susquehanna Speedway Park this season.

Socks started on the front row of the 20-lap Trail Motors Super Sportsman feature and was leading LeRoy Martin when the first caution came out on lap 3 for points leader Dave Calaman who had mechanical problems and stopped on the track.

A multi-car crash stopped the feature on lap 4. Cars driven by John Stehman and Brian Boughter flipped over several times. Aaron Eichelberger and Art Leidl were also involved in the incident. No one was injured.

When green flag racing resumed, Socks continued to distance himself from the rest of the pack. After several caution periods, Socks went on to post a commanding victory over Steve Fannasy, Jim Shuttlesworth, Bobby Hockenberry and Martin.

Aaron Eichelberger, Martin and Hockenberry won heat races for the 28 Super Sportsman cars.

Erhart was spectacular in the 20-lap Late Model feature race. He passed Jerry Bard on lap 13 then briefly relinquished the lead on lap 17 when John Ebersole passed for the top spot, but Ebersole fumbled in turn 2 which allowed Ehrhart to regain the lead. The race was placed under caution on the final lap, but Erhart topped Gerry Stutting Jr., Ebersole,

In the 20-lap makeup Late Model feature, Frye took advantage of Jake Jones’ lap 18 misfortune. Frye led the final two laps for the win over Derrick Zirkle, Mike Spangler, Sterling Kinard and Gene Wrightstone.

Jerry Bard, Justin Erhart and Jake Jones won heat races for the 38 Late Models. Les Hare won the consolation.

Hauenstein passed Joey Hoffer midway through the 20-lap Street Stock feature after surviving several caution periods. Over the final half, Hauenstein, who started seventh, pulled away from Hoffer by five-car lengths for the victory. Hoffer settled for second followed by Wes Alleman, Eric Walker and Joe Whiteley.

Heat races for the 26 cars went to Hoffer, Walker and Sam Leonard Jr.

With the help of Central PA based Arnold Transportation and Jake’s Carts, SSP is proud to announce that the general admission ticket price for Adults and Teens has been reduced from $30.00 to 20.00 for the Thursday night, August 3 National Sprint Tour event featuring Steve Kinser, Tim Kaeding and Danny Lasoski. Also, there will be two features for the NST Sprint Cars with the first being a 25-lap feature and the second will be 15 laps. All cars on the lead lap of the first feature will be inverted for the starting lineup of the second 15 lap feature event.

All advance ticket purchasers currently holding tickets for either June 9 or August 3 may visit the SSP souvenir stand for their choice of either a $14.00 Adult general admission ticket to be used at a later date or $10.00 in SSP gift certificates. The ticket holder must present the ticket to be punched at this time. Children (6-12) will be $12.00 and Children (5 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $32.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders.

On Friday night, August 4, it will be Camera and Autograph Night featuring the ARDC midgets, Late Models, Classic Cars, Women on Wheels Stock Cars and a Mini Van Snake race. Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand area at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, August 4. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Grandstand ticket prices for Friday, July 28 are Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $8.00; and Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders.

There will be no SSP Repeat Fan Discount for the National Sprint Tour Event on Thursday, August 3 as the ticket prices have already been reduced. There will be an SSP Repeat Fan Discount for the Friday, August 4 with a $2.00 for each person with a ticket stub from the July 28 or August 3 events. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30.00 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

SSP Results from Friday, July 28, 2006
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 Laps): 1. David Socks; 2. Steve Fannasy; 3. Jim Shuttlesworth; 4. Bobby Hockenberry; 5. LeRoy Martin; 6. Scott Dellinger; 7. Mike Enders; 8. Russ Mitten Jr.; 9. Billy Schoffstall; 10. Chris Reed; 11. Smokey Snellbaker; 12. Ryan Rupp; 13. Allen Hunter; 14. Craig Morrow; 15. Pat Kelly; 16. Vance Yinger; 17. Art Leidl; 18. Rich Eichelberger; 19. Bobby Weaver; 20. Eric Walker; 21. Steve Wilbur; 22. Aaron Eichelberger; 23. John Stehman; 24. Brian Boughter; 25. Dave Calaman. Did Not Qualify: Jason Fry, Lanny Hake, Scott Snyder
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Socks (1-20)
HEAT WINNERS: LeRoy Martin; Aaron Eichelberger; Bobby Hockenberry

Street Stock Feature (20 Laps): 1. Brian Hauenstein; 2. Joey Hoffer; 3. Wes Alleman; 4. Eric Walker; 5. Joe Whiteley; 6. Scott Thunberg; 7. Kory Sites; 8. Steven Dover; 9. Kirby Sites; 10. Doug Hoffman; 11. Gary Johnston II; 12. George Eash; 13. Gary Welsh; 14. Bob Gutshall; 15. Todd Bowersox; 16. Chad Smith; 17. Dave Motter; 18. M.R. Teal; 19. Dave Thompson Jr.; 20. Ray Strubhar; 21. Carmen Caltablano; 22. Bryan Shue; 23. Sam Leonard Jr.; 24. Jenn Scott; 25. Lance Grove. Did Not Start: Brad Reger.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Hoffer (1-10); Hauenstein (11-20)
HEAT WINNERS: Sam Leonard Jr.; Joey Hoffer; Eric Walker
Clean Technologies Young Guns Dash (5 Laps): 1. Joey Hoffer; 2. Chad Smith; 3. Eric Walker; 4. Chad Smith; 5. Dave Thompson Jr.

Late Model Feature (20 Laps): 1. Justin Erhart; 2. Gerry Stutting Jr.; 3. John Ebersole; 4. Gary Potts; 5. Jake Jones; 6. Scott McCann Jr.; 7. Jerry Bard; 8. Jake Lettich; 9. Coleby Frye; 10. Steve Billet; 11. Les Hare; 12. Carl Graves; 13. Josh Kimmel; 14. Pat Beard; 15. Derrick Zirkle; 16. Charles Potts; 17. Chuck Yingling; 18. Roy Miller; 19. Rocky Magaro; 20. Gene Knaub; 21. Mike Spangler; 22. Carl Billet; 23. Gene Wrightstone; 24. Steve Weikel. Did Not Qualify: Scott Lupfer, Sterling Kinard, Larry Baer, Bud Barton, Zach Hoffman, Robert Minnich, Bob Scott Jr., Jared Miller, Travis Mease, Daryl Henry, Randy Christine Jr., Mike Leonard Jr., Mark Grey, Derrick Mease.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Bard (1-12), Erhart (13-16, 18-20), Ebersole (17).
HEAT WINNERS: Jerry Bard; Jake Jones; Justin Erhart
CONSOLATION WINNER: Les Hare

Late Model Feature, 20 Laps (ppd from July 21): 1. Coleby Frye 2. Derrick Zirkle; 3. Mike Spangler; 4. Sterling Kinard; 5. Gene Wrightstone; 6. Les Hare; 7. Scott McCann Jr.; 8. Charles Potts; 9. Pat Beard; 10. Steve Wiekel; 11. Rocky Magaro; 12. Gary Potts; 13. Justin Erhart; 14. Carl Graves; 15. Josh Kimmel; 16. Carl Billet; 17 John Ebersole; 18. Jared Miller; 19. Jake Jones; 20. Larry Bear; 21. Travis Mease; 22. Jake Lettich; 23. Steve Billet; 24. Bob Scott Jr. Did Not Start: Gerry Stutting Jr.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Jones (1-18); Frye (19-20)


SSP Begins Exciting Second Half of the Season this Thursday and Friday with Lots of Action

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (July 6, 2006) – After a two week break, the Susquehanna Speedway Park returns to action with a great schedule of exciting events throughout the remainder of the year. The season will end on Saturday, November 11 with the 3rd Annual Turkey 200 Enduro race.

The next racing event will be Thursday night, July 20 with Sabko Enterprises Night at the Races featuring an action-packed night of entertainment for the entire family. As a courtesy to Morgan Hughes and Justin Loh of the Williams Grove Speedway, SSP canceled its July 20 sprint car show featuring Twin 20 main events, but it will feature an action-packed racing program with the double features for the Xtreme Stock Cars (regular feature and postponed race for June 22), Women on Wheels Stock Cars, Great American School Buses in a “Bus Stop” race, Legend Cars, a Sprint Car wheelie contest to be judged by the fans, One-on-One Street Car Drags and a Members First Credit Union Kids Money Scramble. At 6:45 p.m. all fans will also be given School Bus Rides around the track before the racing action begins.

The makeup feature event for the Xtreme Stock Car feature which was postponed due to rain on Thursday, June 22 will be run on Thursday night, July 20. The starting lineup will be: 1) 100 Tommy Slanker; 2) 2 Jason Failor; 3) 7f Bill Fulton; 4) 42 Adam Smith; 5) 96 Eric Snoke; 6) 11 Sam Rial; 7) 39 Buce McClane; 8) 99 Chris Heller; 9) 18 Raymond Repp; 10) 36 Trevor Stark; 11) 69 Les Scrivens; 12) 78 Dave Yingst; 13) 0 Rock Enterline; 14) 88 Matt Wampler; 15) 99B Ray Broderick; 16) 17k Tom Johns; 17) 00 John Hiden Jr.; 18) 73 Ken Doll; 19) 3h Nathan Heindle; 20) XR7 Bryon Sipe; 21) 01 Vernon Myers; 22) 10 Charlie Pensinger; 23) 21H Travis Horan; 24) 97 Donnie Broderick; 25) 4j Larry Hughes Jr.; 26) 17G Michael Goodwin. Pit passes from Thursday, June 22 will not be honored as two features will be run on Thursday, July 20. No other competitors or substitutes are eligible for the 20-lap make up feature event. If 19 or less cars take the green, the “double money” bonus will not be in effect. This event was from the postponed events on Thursday, June 22.

The Street Car Drags postponed from Thursday, June 1 have been rescheduled for Thursday night, July 20. The following drivers are already entered – Patrick Cooper, Joel Hoffmaster Jr., Jared Beck and Nathan Yost. The One-on-One Street Car Drags will pay $250.00 to win and entry forms are available at sspracing.net or by calling 717-292-1696. The event is still open to new entrants.

Then on Friday night, July 21, the Trail Motors Super Sportsman return along with the Late Models and Street Stocks. It is also York County Racing Club Night and Christmas in July. Santa will be making his annual summertime visit to SSP. He is planning to bring plenty of toys for his toy scramble on the frontstretch of the track.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand area at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 20 and Friday, July 21. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday, July 20 are Adults & Teens (13 & older) $8.00 and Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders.

Grandstand ticket prices for Friday, July 21 are Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $8.00; and Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders.

There will be an SSP Repeat Fan Discount of a $3.00 discount (on Thursday) and $2.00 discount (on Friday) for each person with a ticket stub from the June 29, June 30 or July 3 events. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30.00 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park
www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170
July 20, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
“Sabko Enterprises Night at the Races”
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $8.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:45 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars and W.O.W. Stock Cars Meeting
6:45 p.m. School Bus Rides around the track
7:15 p.m. - 7:25 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Xtreme Stock Cars (Rookie Rumble)
W.O.W. Stock Cars
Xtreme Stock Cars
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars Feature – Make up from June 22 Rainout (25 laps) – 30 minute
time limit
Legends Cars Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble Feature (20 laps) – 20 minute time limit
One on One Street Car Drags
Legends Cars Consolation Race (8 laps)
W.O.W. Stock Car Feature (15 or 20 laps) – 20 minute time limit
Sprint Car Wheelie Contest – frontstretch
Members First Credit Union Kid’s Money Scramble – frontstretch
Great American School Bus “Bus Stop” Race (10 laps)
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (20 laps w/ <20 cars; 25 laps w/ 20 to 29 cars; 30 laps
w/ 30+ cars) – 30 minute time limit
Legends Cars Feature (20 laps)
* All Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!

July 21, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
York County Racing Club Night / Christmas in July
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:35 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting
6:45 p.m. Street Stocks Driver’s Meeting
6:55 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting
7:05 p.m. - 7:25 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Street Stocks
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Late Models
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Santa’s Toy Scramble – frontstretch
Street Stock Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Street Stocks Feature (20 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Late Models Feature (20 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
More Information About Friday, June 9 National Sprint Tour Cancellation - The racing events scheduled for Friday night, June 9 have been canceled due to afternoon thunderstorms hitting the speedway grounds. The event will not be made up. Advance ticket sale purchases for Friday, June 9 may be exchanged for Thursday, August 3 tickets for the return of the National Sprint Tour to central Pennsylvania. Contact 717-292-1696 for more information.
Friday August 18 Date Moved to Saturday, August 19 – The racing events originally scheduled for Friday night, August 18 have been moved to Saturday night, August 19. The night will feature the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models, Street Stocks and a Mini Van Construction race. This will be a non-points event with all lineups for qualifying derived from a blind draw at the beginning of the night. The top 12 qualifiers from the heats will redraw for their feature starting positions. Handicapping for these divisions will resume on Friday, August 25.
July 27 Sprint Car 25-lap Feature Lineup for June 22 Make Up Feature – The makeup feature event for the Sprint Car feature which was postponed due to rain on Thursday, June 22 will be run on Thursday night, July 27. The starting lineup will be: 1) 07 Mark Coldren; 2) 3 Bob Bennett; 3) 89 Cody Darrah; 4) 25 Lance Dewease; 5) 11c Cory Haas; 6) x Bob Weaver; 7) 12c Blaine Heimbach; 8) 77 Greg Hodnett; 9) 22 Fred Rahmer; 10) 12 Chad Layton; 11) 51 Karl Baker; 12) 69 Michael Carber; 13) 7c Dave Cordier Jr.; 14) 7m Mike Mansfield; 15) 33 Scott lutz; 16) 28h Billy Hetzel Jr.; 17) 66 Roger Fickett; 18) 28 Chad Jumper. Pit passes from Thursday, June 22 will not be honored as two features will be run on Thursday, July 27. No other competitors or substitutes are eligible for the 25-lap make up feature event.
August 11 Four Cylinder Stock Car 15-lap Feature Lineup for June 1 Make Up Feature – The makeup feature event for the Four Cylinder Stock Car feature which was postponed due to rain on Thursday, June 1 will be run on Friday night, August 11. The starting lineup will be: 1) 64 Grant Adams; 2) 9 Randy Wible; 3) 23 Eric Hollenbach; 4) 76 Ronnie Garlock; 5) 5 Dustin Hollinger; 6) 11s John Stoll Jr.; 7) 44 Ralph Morgan Jr.; 8) 3c Kevin Thomas; 9) 888 Brian Wentzel; 10) 82m Chris McLanigan; 11) 13 Ed Hollenbach; 12) 32 Dennis Christ Jr.; 13) 0 Gary Newell; 14) 55 Troy Eckenrode; 15) 88 John Henry; 16) 39 Patrick Mclanigen; 17) 17 Bob Kupp; 18) 38s Dave Staley; 19) 27 Brett Hockenberry; 20) 34 Kyle Weiser; 21) 84 Leroy Long; 22) 121 Bryan Michael; 23) 5s Jason Smith; 24) 38 Mark Digges. Pit passes from Thursday, June 1 will not be honored as two features will be run on Friday, August 11. No other competitors or substitutes are eligible for the 15-lap make up feature event.
August 24 Classic Car 15-lap Feature Lineup for June 22 Make Up Feature – The makeup feature event for the Classic Cars feature which was postponed due to rain on Thursday, June 22 will be run on Thursday night, August 24. The starting lineup will be: 1) 112 Bil Brown Sr.; 2) 7 Jamie Lloyd; 3) Jim Crocker; 4) 21 Kurt Welsh; 5) 34 Joe Snodgrass; 6) 29 Pete Neal; 7) 48 Allen Cullum; 8) 80 Jack Yingling; 9) 95 Fred Cullum; 10) 11 Al Daniels; 11) 22 Allen Daniels Jr.; 12) 55 Glenn Elliott; 13) Brian Diehl. Pit passes from Thursday, June 22 will not be honored as two features will be run on Thursday, August 24. No other competitors or substitutes are eligible for the 15-lap make up feature event.
Kid’s Box Car Races Rescheduled - The Kid’s Box Car Races rained out on Thursday, June 22 have been rescheduled for Thursday night, August 10. Lots of great prizes will be available for all entrants in the Kid’s Box Car Races. All children 12 and under are encouraged to decorate their boxes and compete in the races. A box car is a racecar made out of a box (with their arms, legs and head sticking out). Two family members or friends are needed for the pit crew. This will be a two-(2) lap race (on the frontstretch) with a pit stop. The pit stop will include taking off and putting shoes back on both feet for tire changes, washing the face to clean windshield and drinking a drink for fuel.

SSP Point Standings – A complete listing of 2006 SSP Point Championships may be found at www.sspracing.net.

Speedway Flea Market – The Sunday morning Speedway Flea Market will begin on August 6 at 6:00 a.m. There will be plenty of things for everyone. Vendor fees are $10.00 per day and setup begins at 5:30 a.m. Food and drink vendors are not permitted. This flea market will continue every Sunday throughout the rest of the year.

Revised 2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Schedule of Events
(Schedule as of July 15, 2006 – Subject to Change)
July 20 (Thur.) Members First Credit Union Kid’s Money Scramble plus Xtreme Stocks (including an additional make up feature from
June 22), W.O.W. Stocks, Legends Cars and The Great American School Bus “Bus Stop” Race, Sprint Car
Wheelie Contest, One-on-One Street Car Drags (Note – Sprint Car Twin 20’s have been cancelled)
July 21 (Fri.) Christmas in July (Santa Claus Visit & Toy Scramble) & Y.C.R.C. (York County Racing Club) Night plus Trail Motors
Super Sportsman, Late Models & Street Stocks
July 27 (Thur.) Kid’s Big Wheel Racing plus Sprint Cars (including an additional make up feature from June 22), Xtreme Stocks and
Legends Cars
July 28 (Fri.) Kid’s Box Car Races plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
August 3 (Thur.) National Sprint Car Tour plus Xtreme Stocks and Penn Mar Vintage Club Tour
August 4 (Fri.) Camera & Autograph Night plus ARDC Midgets, Late Models, Classic Cars, W.O.W. Stocks & Mini Van Snake Race
August 10 (Thur.) Kid’s Box Car Races plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Mini Van Super Oval Race
August 11 (Fri.) Camera & Autograph Night plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Street Stocks, Four Cylinders (including an additional
make-up feature from June 1)
August 17 (Thur.) Camera & Autograph Night and York County Racing Club Night plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks, Legends Cars and
EMMR Vintage Club Cars
August 19 (Sat) Mini Van Construction Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
August 24 (Thur.) The Great American School Bus Championship plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars (including an
additional make up feature from June 22)
August 25 (Fri.) Women on Wheels School Bus Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
August 30 (Wed.) Inaugural York County Nationals Invitational Golf Tournament - Valley Green Golf Course (9:00 a.m.)
August 31 (Thur.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 1) & King of the Posse Match Races - Sprint Cars (32 laps), Xtreme Stocks
and Legends Cars Dirt Nationals Qualifier (Rain date: To Be Announced)
September 1 (Fri.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 2) - 2nd Annual Trail Motors Super Sportsman Championship (75 laps) plus
Street Stocks and Four Cylinders (Rain date: Sunday, Sept. 3)
September 2 (Sat.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 3) Late Models (40 laps), ARDC Midgets (Twin 20’s) and Classic Cars (Rain
date: Sunday, Sept. 3)
*All Point Championships end after the completion of all York County National events
September 23 (Sat.) Smashfest ‘06 & Newberry Community Fair - Big &Small Car Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks & more
in this exciting night of destruction and FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR (Rain date: Sunday, September 24)
September 29 (Fri.) Open Practice Night / Media Night (6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.) Gates open at 5:00 p.m. (All Division Welcome)
September 30 (Sat.) Late Model 50-Lap Championship Race plus ARDC Midgets - 3 p.m.
October 7 (Sat.) Pumpkin 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Oct. 8)
October 20 (Fri.) Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic Qualifying Day for Street Stocks & Four Cylinders also features for Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble and Mini Vans - 7:30 p.m.
October 21 (Sat.) 3rd Annual Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic (50 laps each) - Street Stocks, Four Cylinders & Xtreme Stock Cars - 3 p.m.
October 28 (Sat.) Candy Bowl II presented by J&K Salvage - ARDC Midgets, 600cc Micro Sprints, Lincoln Thundercars, Legends Cars, Classic
Cars & W.O.W. Stocks - 3 p.m.
November 4 (Sat.) Racecar Flea Market - 6:00 a.m. - ? ? ? (All types welcome)
November 11 (Sat.) Turkey 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Nov. 12)
Speedway Flea Market – Every Sunday beginning on August 6 at 6:00 a.m. (Vendor set up is 5:30 a.m.)


BUCKWALTER, DUNSTAN AND MURPHY TOP SUPER SHOW

Newberrytown, PA (July 3, 2006) – Steve Buckwalter led the final 15 laps of Monday night’s ARDC Midget 20-lap main event at Susquehanna Speedway Park, claiming the main event in the inaugural Eichelberger’s U-Pull It Super Show.
In other action, Ronnie Dunstan won the 20-lap legends car feature race while Ben Murphy won his first 600 cc micro sprint feature at the speedway.
“This feels really good to get back in Victory Lane,” Buckwalter said. “It always feels good to win a feature.”
The win was Buckwalter’s second victory of the season at the speedway. It was his first since taking over an area 410 Sprint Car.
“It is a bit different,” Buckwalter said. “It takes you about a lap or two to get adjusted from racing with a wing to running a midget wingless. Without a wing, the car just wants to slide.”
Buckwalter passed Michele Miller on lap 5 of the 20-lap main event. He then withstood several caution periods and defeated Tracy Readinger, Dave Ely, Ray Bull and Andy Martin.
Heats for the 27 cars went to Miller, Donnie Trent and Eric Heydenreich.
Ronnie Dunstan passed Jason Rochelle late in the race for the victory in the 20-lap legends car feature. Geremy Sheaffer, Jeff Condran and Pat Zellers completed the top five.
Ben Murphy beat his brother Jake in the 20-lap 600 cc micro sprint main. Dwayne Gutshall, Nathan Hauck and Jimmy Brookens filled the top-five spots.
Susquehanna Speedway Park will take a two-week break from action. As a courtesy to Morgan Hughes and Justin Loh of the Williams Grove Speedway, SSP canceled its July 20 sprint car show featuring Twin 20 main events, but it will feature a program featuring the Xtreme Stock Cars (regular feature and postponed race for June 22), WoO Stocks, Speedway Auto Sales Mini Vans, Great American School Buses, legend cars, a sprint car wheelie contest, one-on-one street car drags and kids money scramble.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

SSP Results from Monday, July 3, 2006
ARDC Midgets Feature (20 Laps): 1. Steve Buckwalter; 2. Tracy Readinger; 3. Dave Ely; 4. Ray Bull; 5. Andy Martin; 6. Ed Stimely Jr.; 7. Steve Lenig; 8. Doug Rose; 9. Donnie Trent; 10. Steve Craig; 11. Eric Heydenreich; 12. Dave Shirk; 13. Scott Zipp; 14. Carey Becker; 15. Sam Henhauser; 16. Lew Blair; 17. Kathy Kurtz; 18. Chris Zrinski; 19. Jeff Schell; 20. Michele Miller; 21. Bobby Goerner; 22. A.J. Ernesto; 23. Bill Case Jr.; 24. Ted Schmid; 25. P.J. Gargiulo; 26. Mike Miller. Did Not Start: Frank Polimeda.
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Michele Miller; Donnie Trent; Eric Heydenreich

600cc Micro Sprint Feature (20 Laps): 1. Ben Murphy; 2. Jake Murphy; 3. Dwayne Gutshall; 4. Nathan Hauck; 5. Jimmy Brookens; 6. Brent Marks; 7. Mike Diceley; 8. Heath Hehnley; 9. Devin Docherty; 10. Mark Strickler; 11. Paul Hively; 12. Eddie Rice; 13. Aaron Spahr; 14. Brock Bigler; 15. Tim Gladfelter; 16. Keith Ford; 17. Chris Cull; 18. Rod Glass; 19. Cody Darrah; 20. Charlie Harach; 21. Zack Geesey; 22. Bill Unglert; 23. Drew Richmond; 24. Scott Urey. Did Not Qualify: Travis Unglert; Jason Chilton; J.C. Walling; Todd Schaefer; Jason Hall; Adrian Shaffer; Curtis Miller; Kerry Schanz; Tom Goerner; A.J. Michaels; Bill Brenner; Dane Delancey; Lyle Stroman; Mike Stephenson; Brandon Yarlett; Mike Freed; Dustin Sheftely; Eric Tomacek; Richie Coy; Justin Yively; Mike Holley
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Ben Murphy; Brent Marks; Jake Murphy; Devin Docherty
CONSOLATION WINNER: Ed Rice; Bill Unglert

Legends Cars Feature (20 Laps): 1. Ronnie Dunstan; 2. Jason Rochelle; 3. Geremy Sheaffer; 4. Jeff Condran; 5. Pat Zellers; 6. Rodney Adams; 7. Bob Murray; 8. Ed Wentz; 9. Randy Fetteroff; 10. Robert Sobieski; 11. Tyler Bear; 12. Rick Brehm; 13. Scott Wilkerson; 14. Andy Lupfer; 15. Jason Chilton; 16. Nathan Van Zandt; 17. Mike Eaugerty; 18. Amy Staver; 19. Chad Gladfelter; 20. Josh Morrow; 21. Tim Tomson; 22. Stephen Nederastek; 23. Rick Harring; 24. Greg Burd. Did Not Qualify: Wayne Young; Jim Lowery; Scott Houdeschell; Bill Harris; Scott Spidle; Zach Deiter; Ken Keyton; Shawn Arndt.
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Jason Rochelle; Tim Tomson; Josh Morrow (NTR-3:07.08)
CONSOLATION WINNER: Andy Lupfer.


SMITH WINS CINDY ROWE SPEED WEEK SHOW AT SSP

Newberrytown, PA (June 29, 2006) – Susquehanna Speedway Park is becoming a second home for Stevie Smith.
Smith of Broken Arrow, Okla., won Thursday night’s Cindy Rowe Auto Glass Pennsylvania Sprint Car Speed Week feature, his second consecutive at the speedway. Smith passed Jeff Shepard for the lead on lap 28 of the 30-lap main event.
Smith won $5,100, which included the posted $5,000 prize and another $100 bonus for being the Hard Charger. Smith started 13th.
Shepard jumped into the lead at the start of the main event. Keith Kauffman followed in second, but Fred Rahmer took the position later in the event. Rahmer tried to get the lead from Shepard several times, but he never pulled off the lead pass.
Smith charged from fourth to first in a span of three laps. He was running in the fourth spot on lap 25 before getting by Shepard on lap 28.
Shepard settled for second followed by Rahmer, Lance Dewease and Kauffman. Greg Hodnett, Blane Heimbach, Doug Esh, Mark Smith and Don Kreitz Jr. filled the top 10.
Rahmer set fast time in the field of 33 cars with a lap of 15.789 sec. Esh, Alan Krimes and Mark Coldren won heat races. Niki Young won the consolation.
Ray Broderick defeated Larry Hughes Jr., Tommy Slanker, Jason Failor and Mike Goodwin in the 20-lap Xtreme Stock Car feature.
Bob Bender Jr. was victorious in the Xtreme Stock Car feature. Smoke Christine was second followed by Rich Lomman, Brian Shue and Kevin Armstrong completed the top five.
Karen Hawthorne won the 15 laps Women on Wheels feature.
The Trail Motors Super Sportsman Series will continue on Friday, June 30 with the 50-lap Summer Fun Championship paying $1,500.00 to the winner (standard weekly SSP Sportsman Purse for the remainder of the field – 24 starters). The first 40 laps of the Trail Motors Sportsman feature will count all green and yellow laps until 40 laps are complete and the last 10 laps must be green flag laps. Handicapping will be used for the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and the Street Stocks based on the last three events.
The 40-lap Miller’s Racing Parts Late Model Championship will pay $1,000.00 to the winner (standard weekly SSP Late Model Purse for the remainder of the field – 24 starters). The first 30 laps of the feature will count all green and yellow laps until 30 laps are complete and the last 10 laps must be green flag laps.
The 30-lap Salisbury Mechanical Services Street Stock Championship will pay $700.00 to win (standard weekly SSP Street Stock Purse for the remainder of the field – 24 starters). The first 20 laps of the feature will count all green and yellow laps until 20 laps are complete and the last 10 laps must be green flag laps. Also, the Mini Vans will be in action in a 10-lap York Haven Auto Sales Snake Race.
Also, on Friday night, a special guest celebrity will be singing the National Anthem. Lou Lloyd from New York City, originally from Harrisburg, will be starting of the evening with the Star Spangled Banner. Lloyd appeared in many movies including Friday the 13th (Part 8), soap operas and many times on Broadway. He was also a stand-in for John Candy.
Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand area at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, June 30. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night. There is no increase in pit or grandstand admission prices for this special event. Grandstand ticket prices are Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $8.00; and Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders. There is no raindate for this event.
There will be an SSP Repeat Fan Discount of a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from Friday, June 16 event to be used only for the Summer Fun Championships on Friday, June 30. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30.00 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.
Then on Monday night, July 3, SSP will host the inaugural Eichelberger’s U-Pull It Super Show featuring the ARDC Midgets, the 600cc Micro Sprints and Legends Cars. SSP 410 Sprint Car regular Cody Darrah will return in his 600cc Micro Sprint to defend his win from last October’s Candy Bowl Micro Sprint Victory.
Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand area at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, June 30. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. There is no increase in pit or grandstand admission prices for this special event. Grandstand ticket prices are Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $8.00; and Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced rate for SSP license holders. There is no raindate for this event.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

SSP Results from Thursday, June 29, 2006
Sprint Cars Feature (30 Laps): 1. Stevie Smith; 2. Jeff Shepard; 3. Fred Rahmer; 4. Lance Dewease; 5. Keith Kauffman; 6. Greg Hodnett; 7. Blane Heimbach; 8. Doug Esh; 9. Mark Smith; 10. Don Kreitz Jr.; 11. Alan Krimes; 12. Bobby Weaver; 13. Alan Cole; 14. Lucas Wolfe; 15. Michael Carber; 16. Brian Leppo; 17. Niki Young; 18. T.J. Stutts; 19. Cory Haas; 20. Mark Coldren; 21. John Mackison Jr.; 22. Brian Montieth; 23. Scott Lutz; 24. Mike Erdley. Did Not Qualify: Bob Bennett; Steve Buckwalter; Cody Darrah; Rich Eichelberger; Dave Hahn; Chad Jumper; Billy Kimmel; Chad Layton; Dan Shetler.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Shepard (1-27); Smith (28-30).
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Doug Esh; Alan Krimes; Mark Coldren.
B-MAIN WINNER: Niki Young.
FAST TIMER: Fred Rahmer, 15.789 sec.

Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (20 Laps): 1. Ray Broderick; 2. Larry Hughes Jr.; 3. Tommy Slanker; 4. Jason Failor; 5. Mike Goodwin; 6. Tom Johns; 7. Adam Smith; 8. Travis Horan; 9. Bill Fulton; 10. Eric Snoke; 11. Les Scrivens Jr.; 12. Trevor Stark; 13. Matt Wampler; 14. Dave Yingst; 15. Sam Rial; 16. Charlie Pensinger; 17. John Hiden Jr.; 18. Raymond Repp; 19. Brent Fogelsonger; 20. Barclay Wilson Jr.; 21. Ken Doll; 22. Nathan Heindel. Did Not Start: Bruce McClane.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Failor (1-5); Slanker (6-15); Broderick (16-20)

XSC Rookie Rumble Feature (20 Laps): 1. Bob Bender Jr.; 2. Smoke Christine; 3. Rich Lomman; 4. Brian Shue; 5. Kevin Armstrong; 6. Larry Landis; 7. Jim Rial; 8. Penny Repp; 9. Randy Blank; 10. Adam Almoney; 11. John Scrivens; 12. Andrew Frey; 13. Cody Wampler. Did Not Start: Nolan Barshinger; Eric Tracy.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Christine (1-18); Bender (19-20)

Women on Wheels Stock Car Feature (15 Laps): 1. Karen Hawthorne; 2. Kendra Knaub; 3. Beth Burham; 4. Nancy Frye; 5. Smokette Frye; 6. Cherie Faiola; 7. Kim Flanagan
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Knaub (1-4); Hawthorne (5-15).

SSP News and Notes:
June 30, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:35 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting
6:45 p.m. Street Stocks Driver’s Meeting
6:55 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting
7:05 p.m. - 7:25 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Street Stocks
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Late Models
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Snake Race Feature (10 laps)
Street Stock Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Salisbury Mechanical Services Street Stocks Feature (30 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (50 laps)
Miller’s Racing Parts Late Models Feature (40 laps)

July 3, 2006 - Monday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
The Inaugural Eichelberger’s U-Pull It Super Show
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:30 p.m. ARDC Midgets Driver’s Meeting
6:40 p.m. 600 cc Micro Sprint Driver’s Meeting
6:50 p.m. Legends Cars Driver’s Meeting
7:00 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: ARDC Midgets
Legends Cars
600cc Micro Sprints
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. ARDC Midgets Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Legends Cars Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
600cc Micro Sprints Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
ARDC Midgets Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Legends Cars Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
600cc Micro Sprints Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
ARDC Midgets Feature (20 laps)
Legends Cars Feature (20 laps)
600cc Micro Sprints Feature (20 laps)


Kid’s Box Car and Big Wheel Racing Returns to SSP This Week along with Great Racing Action

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (June 13, 2006) – The Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, June 22 featuring the ever-popular Kid’s Box Car Racing along with Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stock Cars, Classic Cylinders and a make up Xtreme Stock Car feature from June 1. Lots of great prizes will be available for all entrants in the Kid’s Box Car Races. All children 12 and under are encouraged to decorate their boxes and compete in the races. A box car is a racecar made out of a box (with their arms, legs and head sticking out). Two family members or friends are needed for the pit crew. This will be a two-(2) lap race (on the frontstretch) with a pit stop. The pit stop will include taking off and putting shoes back on both feet for tire changes, washing the face to clean windshield and drinking a drink for fuel.

On Friday night, June 23, the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks will be in competition along with Kid’s Big Wheel racing. All kids are encouraged to bring their own Big Wheels, however there will be some available at the track for those who do not have big wheels. Lots of great prizes will be available for all entrants.

On Friday night, a special guest celebrity will be singing the National Anthem. Lou Lloyd from New York City, originally from Harrisburg, will be starting of the evening with the Star Spangled Banner. Lloyd appeared in many movies including Friday the 13th (Part 8), soap operas and many times on Broadway. He was also a stand-in for John Candy.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand area at 5:00 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP continues its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from June 15 or June 16, a $2.00 discount to the races on June 22 or June 23 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30.00 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park
www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170

June 22, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $20.00; Non members - $22.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $14.00; Teens (13- 17) –
$10.00;Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:30 p.m. Sprint Cars Driver’s Meeting
6:45 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars and Classic Cars Driver’s Meeting
6:50 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Xtreme Stock
Sprint Cars
Classic Cars
Xtreme Stock Cars (Rookie Rumble)
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Xtreme Stock Car Feature (20 laps)- Make up from June 1
Sprint Cars Qualifying Heat Races (10 laps)
Classic Cars Qualifying Heat Races (6 laps)
Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble Feature (20 laps) – 20 minute time limit
Sprint Cars Consolation Race (10 laps) – if necessary.
Kid’s Box Car Races - Frontstretch
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Sprint Cars Feature (25 laps) – Driver Intros before the race; Crews to take the cars to
the frontstretch and drivers will be introduced through the front tunnel area.
Classic Cars Feature (15 laps)
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (20 laps w/ <20 cars; 25 laps w/ 20 to 29 cars; 30 laps
w/ 30+ cars) – 30 minute time limit

June 23, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:35 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting
6:45 p.m. Street Stocks Driver’s Meeting
6:55 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting
7:05 p.m. - 7:25 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Street Stocks
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Late Models
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Clean Technologies “Young Guns” Street Stock Dash Race (5 laps)
Street Stock Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Kid’s Big Wheel Races - Frontstretch
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Street Stocks Feature (20 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Late Models Feature (20 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
Xtreme Stock Car Feature Lineup for June 22 Make Up Feature – 1) 97 Donnie Broderick; 2) 18 Raymond Repp; 3) 36 Trevor Stark; 4) 21H Travis Horan; 5) 96 Eric Snoke; 6) 42 Adam Smith; 7) 11 Sam Rial; 8) 45 Tommy Slanker; 9) 0 Rock Enterline; 10) 39 Bruce McClane; 11) 17 Tom Johns; 12) 2 Jason Failor; 13) 69H Kevin Higgins; 14) 69 Les Scrivens; 15) 99 Ray Broderick; 16) 10 Charlie Pensinger; 17) 8 John Hiden Jr.; 18) 22 Matt Smith; 19) 17G Mike Goodwin; 20) 4J Larry Hughes Jr. No other competitors or substitutes are eligible for the 20-lap make up feature event. If 19 or less cars take the green, the “double money” bonus will not be in effect. This event was from the postponed events on Thursday, June 1.
New Schedule in the Works for After “Vacation Break” Racing – With the numerous cancellations due to rain in the first part of the season, there will be a revised schedule released in the near future for all events scheduled after July 20 through the remainder of the season. The divisions with make-up feature added or cancellations to be rescheduled include ARDC Midgets, Legends Cars, Four Cylinder Stock Cars, Women on Wheels Stock Cars and more.
More information from June 1 Postponement - Rainchecks from Thursday night, June 1 will be honored for a regularly priced event ($14.00 or less) for the months of June or July on Thursdays or Fridays. The events were postponed after the severe thunderstorms hit the speedway grounds around 8:30 p.m. The feature for the Xtreme Stock Cars will be made up on Thursday, June 22. The postponed Four Cylinders 15 lap feature is rescheduled for Friday night, August 11. The pit passes are not valid for these divisions as all qualifying events were completed and double features will be run on those nights.
More Information About Friday, June 9 Cancellation - The racing events scheduled for Friday night, June 9 have been canceled due to afternoon thunderstorms hitting the speedway grounds. The event will not be made up. Advance ticket sale purchases for Friday, June 9 may be exchanged for Thursday, August 3 tickets for the return of the National Sprint Tour to central Pennsylvania. Contact 717-292-1696 for more information.
SSP Point Standings – A complete listing of 2006 SSP Point Championships may be found at www.sspraicng.net.


Four New Names to the 2006 Feature Winners List at SSP on Friday Night

Newberrytown, PA (June 16, 2006) – It was once again a night of new faces in victory lane on Friday night at the Susquehanna Speedway Park with four names added to the list of 2006 feature event winners. Lanny Hake picked up a popular feature win in the 20-lap Trail Motors Super Sportsman event with Larry Baer visiting victory lane after the 20-lap Late Model event. Eric Walker picked up his first win of the year in the 20-lap Street Stock feature event. Jeff Svendsen won the Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Construction race.

Lanny Hake from Dover jumped out to an early lead over Aaron Eichelberger in the 20 lap Trail Motor Super Sportsman feature. By lap nine, Russ Mitten moved from sixth into the runner-up position and began to challenge Hake for the lead. However, as Mitten began to make his move, Dave Calaman joined the battle and exchanged places back and forth with Mitten towards the end of the race. This battle allowed Hake to extend his lead. Once Calaman gained control of second place, he set his sights on the leader. Coming to the finish, Hake won by less than two car lengths over Calaman with Mitten finishing third. Jim Shuttlesworth finished fourth after starting in the 20th spot. Ryan Rupp rounded out the top five. Hake and Mitten won the qualifying heat races.

In Late Model action, Randy Christine Jr. jumped out to the early lead from the pole position. Rocky Magaro inherited the lead on lap two from Christine and set the pace for through lap 15. Larry Baer charged past Magaro on lap 16. Baer started tenth and steadily maneuvered his way through traffic to take the lead. Once in the lead, Baer never looked back. Carl Billet finished a strong second place by coming all the way from a twelfth place starting spot. Magaro finished a solid third place with Josh Kimmel and Chuck Yingling finishing fourth and fifth. Baer also moved into the point lead in a very tight and competitive SSP Late Model Championship series. Larry Baer, Randy Christine and Tim Fedder won the heat races and Scott McCann Jr. won the consolation event.

Eric Walker became the sixth different winner in as many races in the highly competitive Street Stock Division. Once again a blanket could be thrown over the top four drivers for many laps of the feature event. Walker was able to led all twenty laps from his outside front row starting position, however it was not as easy as it sounds. Scott Thunberg challenged but had to settle for second. Brian Hauenstein, Sam Leonard Jr., and Gary Johnston completed the top five. Heat winners were Chad Millikin and Eric Walker.

In the 10-lap Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Construction race, Jeff Svendsen picked up his first career Mini Van win. Steve Hitz, Dave Olsen, Brandon Ort and Butch Richcreek finished second through fifth respectively.

The Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, June 22 featuring the ever-popular Kid’s Box Car Racing along with Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stock Cars, Classic Cylinders and a make up Xtreme Stock Car feature from June 1. Lots of great prizes will be available for all entrants in the Kid’s Box Car Races. All children 12 and under are encouraged to decorate their boxes and compete in the races. A box car is a racecar made out of a box (with their arms, legs and head sticking out). Two family members or friends are needed for the pit crew. This will be a two-(2) lap race (on the frontstretch) with a pit stop. The pit stop will include taking off and putting shoes back on both feet for tire changes, washing the face to clean windshield and drinking a drink for fuel.

On Friday night, June 23, the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks will be in competition along with Kid’s Big Wheel racing. All kids are encouraged to bring their own Big Wheels, however there will be some available at the track for those who do not have big wheels. Lots of great prizes will be available for all entrants.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand area at 5:00 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP continues its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from June 15 or June 16, a $2.00 discount to the races on June 22 or June 23 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30.00 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

SSP Results from Friday, June 16, 2006
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 Laps): 1. Lanny Hake, 2. Dave Calaman, 3. Russ Mitten, 4. Jim Shuttlesworth, 5. Ryan Rupp, 6. Scott Dellingner, 7. Rich Eichelberger, 8. Joey Biasi, 9. Steve Wilbur, 10. Aaron Eichelberger, 11. Billy Schoffstall, 12. Bobby Hockenberry, 13. Brian Boughter, 14. Chris Reed, 15. Craig Morrow, 16. Dave Socks II, 17. Smokey Snelbaker, 18. John Stehman, 19. Jerry Wolfe, 20. Raymond Myers, 21. Leroy Martin, 22. Steve Fannasy. 23. Justin Stewart, 24. Bill Brown.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Hake 1-20
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Hake and Mitten

Late Model Feature (20 Laps): 1. Larry Baer, 2. Carl Billet, 3. Rocky Magaro, 4. Josh Kimmel, 5. Chuck Yingling, 6. Carl Graves, 7. Pat Beard, 8. Mike Spangler, 9. Sterling Kinard, 10. Steve Billet, 11. John Ebersole, 12. Colby Frye, 13. Roy Miller, 14. Randy Christine Jr., 15. Scott Lupfer, 16. Sean Merkel, 17. Tim Fedder, 18. Jake Jones, 19. Jerry Bard, 20. Charles Potts, 21. Steve Weikel, 22. Gerry Stutting Jr., 23. Scott McCann Jr., 24. Jake Lettich; DNS – Gary Gollub, Zachary Kauffman, Darrel Henry, Robert Minnich, Derrick Zirkle, Kyle Merkel, Justin Ehrhart, Bob Scott Jr., Gene Wrightstone
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Christine 1, Magaro 2-15, Baer 16-20.
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Baer, Christine and Fedder
CONSOLATION WINNER: McCann

Street Stock Feature (20 Laps): 1. Eric Walker, 2. Scott Thunberg, 3. Brian Hauenstein, 4. Sam Leonard Jr., 5. Gary Johnston, 6. M.R. Teal, 7. Randy Zechman, 8. Chad Millikin, 9. Wes Alleman, 10. Craig Morgan, 11. Joe Whitely, 12. Ray Strubber, 13. Bruce Nichols, 14. Kory Sites, 15. George Eash, 16. Chad Smith, 17. Bob Gutshall, 18. Brian Singer, 19. Steven Dove, 20. Joey Hoffer, 21. Skip Findley, 22. Jenn Scott, 23. Lance Grove; DNS – Dave Thompson.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Walker 1-20
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Millikin and Walker

Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Construction Race (10 Laps): 1. Jeff Svendsen, 2. Steve Hitz, 3. Dave Olsen, 4. Brandon Ort, 5. Butch Richcreek, 6. Daryl Sipe, 7. David Kohr, 8. Monty Jelliff, 9. Rick Berger, 10. Travis Rife, 11. Ashman Brant, 12. Richie Richcreek, 13. Danner, 14. Carl Buffington, 15. Scott Conley, 16. Mike Barthel, 17. Lee Digiovanni, 18. Sherri Kitner, 19. Jason Anderson, 20. Teddy Bear.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Svendsen 1-10.


DIRT Modifieds & Sprint Cars at SSP on Thursday; Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks Try Again on Friday

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (June 13, 2006) – The 2006 Advance Auto Parts Super Dirt Modified Series returns to the Susquehanna Speedway Park on Thursday, June 15 for the $6,000 to win Palmer Candy’s “Schools Out” 100. If it wasn’t enough to see an Advanced Auto Parts Super DIRT Modified Series and three former modified champions challenge the Great American School Bus Racers, then what else can satisfy your sweet tooth? What about a make-up Sprint Car feature?

R.M. Palmer Company, America’s favorite holiday candy since 1948 will host the gala evening of racing that now includes a complete 25-lap Sprint Car feature at no extra admission cost. Susquehanna Speedway Park’s owners, Todd and Rhonda Fisher and DIRT Modified promoter Vince Vicari have agreed to run the regularly scheduled events with the Big Block Modifieds which will include the Xtreme Stock Cars, the Penn Mar Vintage Club, the Great American School Bus Race and a 410 sprint car feature rained out from June 1st.

Fans from the June 1st postponed event can use their rain checks ($14.00 value) in combination with a Repeat Fan discount ($5.00) for attending the June 8th National Sprint Tour event and pay just $6 for the Palmer Candy School’s Out 100 DIRT Modified show and 25-lap Sprint Car feature on June 15th.

Former RSCA champions Kenny Brightbill, Jack Johnson and Jamie Mills will also be competing against the locals in the Great American Bus Race. It has been said around the speedway that there is “no way” those modified boys are taking that trophy.

The DIRT Touring Twelve Modifieds will be led by current point leader Billy Decker, defending champion Tim Fuller and two-time Susquehanna winner Brett Hearn. Kenny Brightbill and New Egypt champion, Frank Cozze have each won DIRT events in the past at Susquehanna and will lead the local posse.

“This event will have everything,” says Mark Schlott, Vice President of Operations for Palmer Candy. “The fans should feel like kids in a candy store,” he added jokingly, “With a little help from Palmer Candy, of course.”

On Friday night, June 16, the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks will be in competition along with the Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Construction race.

The gates will open for the grandstands at 5:00 p.m. in 2006 on both Thursday and Friday nights. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Pit gates will open at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday and 5:00 p.m. on Friday. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night. There is no raindate for the Thursday night event.

General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $25.00; Teens (13-17) $15.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $35.00 with a reduced price of $30.00 for all pit competitor license holders.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $8.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders.

SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. However, as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from Thursday, June 8, a $5.00 discount to the races on June 15. Fans with a ticket stub from Friday, May 26 will receive a $2.00 discount for the racing events on Friday, June 16. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park
www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170
June 15, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
4:00 p.m. Back Pit Gate Opens: Pit Passes: Members - $30.00; Non members - $35.00
5:00 p.m. Front Pit Gate Opens
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $25.00; Teens (13-17) - $15.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
5:45 p.m. DIRT Modified Driver’s Meeting
* Sprint Cars Heat in Engines following the driver’s meeting
6:00 p.m. Practice: DIRT Modifieds
6:25 p.m. All DIRT Modifieds Report to Infield for Time Trials
* Sprint Cars Heat in Engines following the DIRT Modified Practice
6:30 p.m. DIRT Modifieds Time Trials (2 laps)
6:45 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars and Penn Mar Vintage Cars Driver’s Meeting
7:10 p.m. - 7:25 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Sprint Cars
Penn Mar Vintage Cars
Xtreme Stock Cars
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Sprint Cars Feature Races (25 laps)
DIRT Modifieds Heat Races (8 laps)
Penn Mar Vintage Club Feature (12 laps)
DIRT Modifieds C-Main Race (10 laps) – if necessary.
Great American School Bus Race (8 laps)
DIRT Modifieds B-Main Race (12 laps)
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (20 laps)
Palmer Candy’s Schools Out 100 for Dirt Modifieds (100 laps) – Driver
Intros before the race; Crews to take the cars to the frontstretch and drivers will be
introduced through the front tunnel area.

June 16, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:35 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting
6:45 p.m. Street Stocks and Mini Vans Driver’s Meeting
6:55 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting
7:05 p.m. - 7:25 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Street Stocks
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Late Models
Mini Vans
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Construction Race (10 laps)
Street Stock Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Street Stocks Feature (20 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Late Models Feature (20 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
Sprint Car Feature Lineup for June 15 Make Up Feature – 1) 07 Mark Coldren; 2) 25 Lance Dewease; 3) 33 Scott Lutz; 4) 69 Michael Carber; 5) X Bob Weaver; 6) 87 Alan Krimes; 7) 11c Cory Haas; 8) 9 Craig Keel; 9) 12 Blaine Heimbach; 10) 22 Fred Rahmer; 11) 7c Dave Cordier Jr.; 12) 77 Greg Hodnett; 13) Cody Darrah; 14) 28 Chad Jumper; 15) 47k Billy Kimmel; 16) 3 Bob Bennett; 17) 51 Karl Baker; 18) 28H Billy Hetzel. No other competitors are eligible for the 25-lap make up feature event paying $3,500 to win. This event was from the postponed events on Thursday, June 1.
New Schedule in the Works for After “Vacation Break” Racing – With the numerous cancellations due to rain in the first part of the season, there will be a revised schedule released in the near future for all events scheduled after July 20 through the remainder of the season. The divisions with make-up feature added or cancellations to be rescheduled include ARDC Midgets, Legends Cars, Four Cylinder Stock Cars, Women on Wheels Stock Cars and more.
Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble Format Changed for Thursday, June 15 - The Xtreme Stock Cars Rookie Rumble competitors will be permitted to compete with the regular Xtreme Stock Car competitors with no penalty on Thursday, June 15. There is no separate XSC Rookie Rumble feature scheduled and the Rookies will tag the tail of the XSC feature event on Thursday, June 15. The XSC Rookie Rumble competitors will return to their own feature format on Thursday, June 22.
More information from June 1 Postponement - Rainchecks from Thursday night, June 1 will be honored for a regularly priced event ($14.00 or less) for the months of June or July on Thursdays or Fridays. The events were postponed after the severe thunderstorms hit the speedway grounds around 8:30 p.m. The feature for the Xtreme Stock Cars will be made up on Thursday, June 22. The postponed Four Cylinders 15 lap feature is rescheduled for Friday night, August 11. The pit passes are not valid for these divisions as all qualifying events were completed and double features will be run on those nights.
More Information About Friday, June 9 Cancellation - The racing events scheduled for Friday night, June 9 have been canceled due to afternoon thunderstorms hitting the speedway grounds. The event will not be made up. Advance ticket sale purchases for Friday, June 9 may be exchanged for Thursday, August 3 tickets for the return of the National Sprint Tour to central Pennsylvania. Contact 717-292-1696 for more information.

2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Point Championships
(as of June 13, 2006)
A complete point rundown for each division may be found at sspracing.net.
Sprint Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 22 Fred Rahmer (2) Salfordsville, PA 652
2 12 Chad Layton Harrisburg, PA 649
3 77 Greg Hodnett (3) Memphis, TN 640
4 25 Lance Dewease Fayetteville, PA 590
5 12 Blane Heimbach (1) Selinsgrove, PA 587
6 9 Craig Keel Weedsport, NY 536
7 69 Michael Carber Telford, PA 518
8 87 Alan Krimes Denver, PA 517
9 11c Cory Haas York, PA 506
10 89 Cody Darrah York, PA 494
Other Feature Winners – Danny Lasoski (1)

Xtreme Stock Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 4J Larry Hughes Jr. (3) York Haven, PA 644
2 17G Mike Goodwin Wellsville, PA 626
3 10 Charlie Pensinger Shippensburg, PA 615
4 11 Sam Rial Windsor, PA 585
5 22 Matt Smith Carlisle, PA 569
6 00 John Hiden Jr. Dover, PA 567
7 42 Adam Smith Lewisberry, PA 566
8 99 Chris Heller Carlisle, PA 561
9 21H Travis Horan York, PA 538
10 96 Eric Snoke Fleetwood, PA 466
Other Feature Winners – Gene Knaub (3), Ray Broderick (1)

Trail Motors Super Sportsman:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 19 Dave Calaman (2) Carlisle, PA 464
2 22H Jim Shuttlesworth Lewisberry, PA 441
3 8 Rich Eichelberger York Springs, PA 430
4 32 Smokey Snelbaker(1)Dover, PA 393
5 1 John Stehman Halifax, PA 388
6 80 Craig Morrow Enola, PA 384
7 25 Bobby Hockenberry New Bloomfield, PA 383
8 30 Scott Dellingner Lewisberry, PA 382
9 59 Steve Wilbur (1) Mechanicsburg, PA 379
10 77 Russ Mitten Newville, PA 375
Other Feature Winners - Steve Fannasy (1)

Street Stocks:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 21K Kory Sites Hamburg, PA 450
2 80 Wes Alleman Newville, PA 434
3 99 Chad Smith (1) Halifax, PA 429
4 69 George Eash (1) Jonestown, PA 420
5 25H Brian Hauenstein Carlisle, PA 419
6 35 Gary Johnston Shippensburg, PA 416
7 33 Joe Whiteley Windsor, PA 415
8 22s Steven Dove Lebanon, PA 390
9 88w Eric Walker Middletown, PA 386
10 22 Sam Leonrd Jr. (1) Marysville, PA 381
Other Feature Winner – Bob Gutshall

Late Models:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 43 Jake Jones (1) Shermansdale, PA 315
2 NINE Carl Graves Duncannon, PA 313
3 0 Larry Baer Dover, PA 308
4 91 Chuck Yingling Mt. Wolf, PA 302
5 28 Mike Spangler (1) Spring Grove, PA 297
6 Josh Kimmel Dillsburg, PA 297
7 8 Les Hare (1) Stewartstown, PA 294
8 20 Steve Billet Mt. Wolf, PA 292
9 118 Sean Merkel Gilbertsville, PA 290
10 12 Sterling Kinard Dover, PA 283
9w Scott McCann Jr. (1) Mechanicsburg, PA 283

Legends Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 17R Jason Rochelle (2) Schnecksville, PA 394
2 7R Ronnie Dunstan (1) Coplay, PA 382
3 48 Randy Kissinger (1) Columbia, PA 365
4 19 Joshua Morrow Hamburg, PA 331
5 7 Geremy Sheaffer Ickesburg, PA 314
6 769 Stephen Nederostek Walnutsport, PA 313
7 29G Lawrence Garrison Beaver Springs, PA 301
8 6 Jeff Condran Middletown, PA 292
9 54 Jason Ewing McClure, PA 290
10 555 Bill Harris Duncannon, PA 288

ARDC Midgets:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 9 Steve Lenig Selinsgrove, PA 185
2 18 Donnie Trent (1) Honeybrook, PA 180
21 Andy Martin Gordonville, PA 180
15 Tom Hessert Cherry Hill, NJ 180
5 5 Steve Buckwalter (1) Royersford, PA 176
6 10 Frank Polimeda Fort Lee, NJ 166
7 11 Eric Heydenreich Bloomsburg, PA 163
8 3 Tracy Miller Rancho Cucamonga, CA 154
9 86 Tracy Readinger Oley, PA 150
10 4 Michelle Miller Reading, PA 143

Classic Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 88 Bill Brown Sr. (2) Woodbridge, MD 297
2 12 Allen Cullum Hampstead, MD 277
3 8 Bill Brown Jr. (1) Mt. Airy, MD 269
4 7 Jamie Lloyd Reisterstown, MD 263
21 Kurt Welsh Marriottsville, MD 263
6 12c Jim Crocker Reisterstown, MD 258
7 95 Fred Cullum Manchester, MD 256
8 34 Joe Snodgrass Catonsville, MD 254
9 35 Jack Yingling Ellicott City, MD 246
10 29 Pete Neal Taneytown, MD 224
22 Allen Daniels Jr. New Windsor, MD 224

The Great American School Buses:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 0 Ralph Messinger Wellsville, PA 188
2 5.0 Brandt Fink Dover, PA 180
3 89 Van Baker Red Lion, PA 179
4 777 Jeff Ebersole Lewisberry, PA 172
5 10 Rob Harkins Lewisberry, PA 170
6 01 Ben Engle Camp Hill, PA 158
7 3 Harold Ebaugh Etters, PA 156
8 74 Larry Miller Camp Hill, PA 134
9 1w J.R. Rodriguez (1) Dover, PA 100
44DD Joe Thomas (1) Lewisberry, PA 100

Four Cylinder Stock Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 13 Ed Hollenbach (1) Fredericksburg, PA 100
2 11s John Stoll Jr. Wellsville, PA 97
3 5 Dustin Hollinger Lebanon, PA 94
4 Mark Digges Front Royal, VA 91
5 121 Bryan Michael Jonestown, PA 88
6 76 Ronnie Garlock Mapleton Depton, PA 86
7 10 Jerry Schott Jr. Jonestown, PA 84
8 12 Eric Hollenbach Fredericksburg, PA 82
9 9 Randy Wible Three Springs, PA 80
10 77 Joe Jakubic Chambersburg, PA 78

Feature Wins denoted in parenthesis ( )


National Sprint Tour Canceled for Friday Night at SSP

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (June 9, 2006) – The racing events scheduled for Friday night, June 9 have been canceled due to afternoon thunderstorms hitting the speedway grounds. The event will not be made up. Advance ticket sale purchases for Friday, June 9 may be exchanged for Thursday, August 3 tickets for the return of the National Sprint Tour to central Pennsylvania. Contact 717-292-1696 for more information.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.


Steve Kinser and the National Sprint Tour Visits SSP on Thursday and Friday Night

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (June 6, 2006) – With more than $100,000 in prize monies up for grabs in two days on Thursday, June 8 and Friday, June 9, the visit by the National Sprint Tour is by far the biggest event of the Susquehanna Speedway Park’s 52 year history. It also marks the return of Bloomington, Indiana’s Steve Kinser, the greatest name in Sprint Car racing, after a 15 year hiatus from SSP. Along with Kinser, many of the biggest names in Sprint Car racing nationally will be in competition for the two day event.

The National Sprint Tour point leader, Tim Kaeding of San Jose, CA, has won five of the first eleven National Sprint Tour feature events. Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania natives, Lucas Wolfe and Brian Paulus are also regulars on the National Sprint Tour and will be gunning for the $5,000-to-win feature on Thursday and $12,000-to-win Friday night A-Main. At least 11 NST regulars including the 2002 NASCAR Winston Cup and 2005 NASCAR Nextel Cup Champion Tony Stewart-owned Sprint Car driven by Paul McMahan of Nashville, TN, will be in competition along with New Oxford’s Stevie Smith and Harrisburg’s Chad Layton. SSP’s Young Guns, Blaine Heimbach from Bloomsburg and Denver’s Alan Krimes have also committed to running both nights of competition. Many other drivers from Pennsylvania and other parts of the United States will race on at least one of the two nights.

General admission main grandstand tickets will be $30.00 each for each night of racing. Advance tickets may be purchased by calling 717-292-1696. There will be no advance ticket sales on the day of the event (ends at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 7). There will also be a limit of 400 children tickets (ages 6-12) available for $12.00 each. Children ages 5 and under will be admitted free. Visa and Mastercard are accepted for the ticket purchase in advance and on raceday.

All seating will be on a first-come, first-serve basis with the exception of the annual reserved seats. All advance ticket purchasers will be permitted to enter the grandstands one hour (4:00 p.m.) prior to the sale of grandstand tickets on raceday (4:30 p.m.) in order to pick their seats. Cooler size limits will be strictly enforced. There is no repeat fan discount for this event. The Repeat Fan Discount will resume Thursday, June 15 with a $5.00 discount for the DIRT Big Block Modified event.

On Thursday and Friday, June 8 & 9, the back pit gate will open at 3:00 p.m. with the grandstand gate opening for advance ticket purchasers at 4:00 p.m. The day of the event ticket sales will begin at 4:30 p.m. Warmups begin at 6:00 p.m. with qualifying at 6:30 p.m. Racing action will begin at 7:30 p.m. Raindates will be announced for all events if needed.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park
www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170
June 8, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
3:00 p.m. Back Pit Gate Opens: Pit Passes: Members - $33.00; Non members - $38.00
4:00 p.m. Grandstand Gates Open for Advance Ticket Purchasers
Front Pit Gate Opens
4:30 p.m. Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults & Teens (13-17) - $30.00; Children (6-
12) - $12.00; Children (5 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
5:30 p.m. National Sprint Tour (NST) Sprint Cars Driver’s Meeting
* Sprint Cars Heat in Engines following the driver’s meeting
6:00 p.m. Practice: NST Sprint Cars
6:20 p.m. All Sprint Cars Report to Infield for Time Trials
6:30 p.m. NST Sprint Car Time Trials (2 laps)
6:45 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars and Classic Cars Driver’s Meeting
7:10 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Classic Cars
Xtreme Stock Cars
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. NST Sprint Cars Qualifying Heat Races (10 laps)
Classic Cars Feature (15 laps)
NST Sprint Cars C-Main Race (10 laps) – if necessary.
NST Sprint Cars Dash #1 (6 laps) – if necessary.
NST Sprint Cars Dash #2 (6 laps) – if necessary.
NST Sprint Cars B-Main Race (12 or 15 laps)
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (20 laps w/ <20 cars; 25 laps w/ 20 to 29 cars; 30 laps
w/ 30+ cars) – 30 minute time limit
NST Sprint Cars A-Main Feature (30 laps) – Driver Intros before the race; Crews
to take the cars to the frontstretch and drivers will be introduced through the front
tunnel area.
June 9, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
3:00 p.m. Back Pit Gate Opens: Pit Passes: Members - $33.00; Non members - $38.00
4:00 p.m. Grandstand Gates Open for Advance Ticket Purchasers
Front Pit Gate Opens
4:30 p.m. Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults & Teens (13-17) - $30.00; Children (6-
12) - $12.00; Children (5 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
5:30 p.m. National Sprint Tour (NST) Sprint Cars Driver’s Meeting
* Sprint Cars Heat in Engines following the driver’s meeting
6:00 p.m. Practice: NST Sprint Cars
6:15 p.m. ARDC Midgets Drivers Meeting
6:20 p.m. All Sprint Cars Report to Infield for Time Trials
6:30 p.m. NST Sprint Car Time Trials (2 laps) – ARDC Midgets heat in engines immediately following
NST Sprint Car Time Trials.
6:45 p.m. Legends Cars Driver’s Meeting
7:10 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Legends Cars
ARDC Midgets
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. NST Sprint Cars Qualifying Heat Races (10 laps)
ARDC Midget Heats (5 laps)
Legends Cars Feature (20 laps)
NST Sprint Cars C-Main Race (10 laps) – if necessary.
NST Sprint Cars Dash #1 (6 laps) – if necessary.
NST Sprint Cars Dash #2 (6 laps) – if necessary.
NST Sprint Cars B-Main Race (12 or 15 laps)
ARDC Midgets Feature (20 laps)
NST Sprint Cars A-Main Feature (40 laps) – Driver Intros before the race; Crews
to take the cars to the frontstretch and drivers will be introduced through the front
tunnel area.

SSP Pit Notes
Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble Format Changed for the next 2 weeks - The Xtreme Stock Cars Rookie Rumble competitors will be permitted to compete with the regular Xtreme Stock Car competitors with no penalty on Thursday, June 8. There is no separate XSC Rookie Rumble feature scheduled and the Rookies will tag the tail of the XSC feature event on Thursday, June 8. This will also be in effect for Thursday, June 15. The XSC Rookie Rumble competitors will return to their own feature format on Thursday, June 22.
Postponed June 1 Sprint Feature Added with DIRT Big Block Modifieds on June 15 - If it wasn’t enough to see an Advanced Auto Parts Super DIRT Modified Series at Susquehanna Speedway Park on Thursday, June 15th in the Palmer Candy School’s Out 100 and three former modified champions challenge the Great American School Bus Racers, then what else can satisfy your sweet tooth? What about a make-up Sprint Car feature?
R.M. Palmer Company, America’s favorite holiday candy since 1948 will host the gala evening of racing that now includes a complete 25-lap Sprint Car feature at no extra admission cost. Susquehanna Speedway Park’s owners, Todd and Rhonda Fisher and DIRT Modified promoter Vince Vicari have agreed to run the regularly scheduled events with the Big Block Modifieds which will include the Xtreme Stock Cars, the Penn Mar Vintage Club, the Great American School Bus Race and a 410 sprint car feature rained out from June 1st.
Fans from the June 1st postponed event can use their rain checks ($14.00 value) in combination with a Repeat Fan discount ($5.00) for attending the June 8th or 9th National Sprint Tour events and pay just $6 for the Palmer Candy School’s Out 100 DIRT Modified show and 25-lap Sprint Car feature on June 15th.
Former RSCA champions Kenny Brightbill, Jack Johnson and Jamie Mills will also be competing against the locals in the Great American Bus Race. It has been said around the speedway that there is “no way” those modified boys are taking that trophy.
Grandstand gates will open at 5:00 PM while the pit gates will open at 4:00 PM with time trials to begin at 6:30 PM. Racing action will start at the 7:30 p.m. with the 25-lap Sprint Car feature event followed by the modified heats. The other three divisions will run a feature only format in order to keep within a well orchestrated time schedule.
The DIRT Touring Twelve Modifieds will be led by current point leader Billy Decker, defending champion Tim Fuller and two-time Susquehanna winner Brett Hearn. Kenny Brightbill and New Egypt champion, Frank Cozze have each won DIRT events in the past at Susquehanna and will lead the local posse.
“This event will have everything,” says Mark Schlott, Vice President of Operations for Palmer Candy. “The fans should feel like kids in a candy store,” he added jokingly, “With a little help from Palmer Candy, of course.”

More information from June 1 Postponement - Rainchecks from Thursday night, June 1 will be honored for a regularly priced event ($14.00 or less) for the months of June or July on Thursdays or Fridays. The events were postponed after the severe thunderstorms hit the speedway grounds around 8:30 p.m. The feature for the Xtreme Stock Cars will be made up on Thursday, June 22. The postponed Four Cylinders 15 lap feature is rescheduled for Friday night, August 11. The pit passes are not valid for these divisions as all qualifying events were completed and double features will be run on those nights.

2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Point Championships
(as of June 6, 2006)
A complete point rundown for each division may be found at www.sspracing.net.
Sprint Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 77 Greg Hodnett (3) Memphis, TN 582
2 12 Chad Layton Harrisburg, PA 567
3 22 Fred Rahmer (2) Salfordsville, PA 564
4 12 Blane Heimbach (1) Selinsgrove, PA 532
5 25 Lance Dewease Fayetteville, PA 493
6 9 Craig Keel Weedsport, NY 480
7 11c Cory Haas York, PA 456
8 69 Michael Carber Telford, PA 456
9 87 Alan Krimes Denver, PA 453
10 89 Cody Darrah York, PA 444

Xtreme Stock Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 4J Larry Hughes Jr. (3) York Haven, PA 569
2 17G Mike Goodwin Wellsville, PA 540
3 10 Charlie Pensinger Shippensburg, PA 518
4 22 Matt Smith Carlisle, PA 494
5 11 Sam Rial Windsor, PA 491
6 99 Chris Heller Carlisle, PA 486
7 42 Adam Smith Lewisberry, PA 482
8 00 John Hiden Jr. Dover, PA 476
9 96 Eric Snoke Fleetwood, PA 466
10 21H Travis Horan York, PA 463
Other Feature Winners – Gene Knaub (3)

Trail Motors Super Sportsman:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 19 Dave Calaman (2) Carlisle, PA 464
2 22H Jim Shuttlesworth Lewisberry, PA 441
3 8 Rich Eichelberger York Springs, PA 430
4 32 Smokey Snelbaker(1)Dover, PA 393
5 1 John Stehman Halifax, PA 388
6 80 Craig Morrow Enola, PA 384
7 25 Bobby Hockenberry New Bloomfield, PA 383
8 30 Scott Dellingner Lewisberry, PA 382
9 59 Steve Wilbur (1) Mechanicsburg, PA 379
10 77 Russ Mitten Newville, PA 375
Other Feature Winners - Steve Fannasy (1)

Street Stocks:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 21K Kory Sites Hamburg, PA 450
2 80 Wes Alleman Newville, PA 434
3 99 Chad Smith (1) Halifax, PA 429
4 69 George Eash (1) Jonestown, PA 420
5 25H Brian Hauenstein Carlisle, PA 419
6 35 Gary Johnston Shippensburg, PA 416
7 33 Joe Whiteley Windsor, PA 415
8 22s Steven Dove Lebanon, PA 390
9 88w Eric Walker Middletown, PA 386
10 22 Sam Leonrd Jr. (1) Marysville, PA 381
Other Feature Winner – Bob Gutshall

Late Models:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 43 Jake Jones (1) Shermansdale, PA 315
2 NINE Carl Graves Duncannon, PA 313
3 0 Larry Baer Dover, PA 308
4 91 Chuck Yingling Mt. Wolf, PA 302
5 28 Mike Spangler (1) Spring Grove, PA 297
6 Josh Kimmel Dillsburg, PA 297
7 8 Les Hare (1) Stewartstown, PA 294
8 20 Steve Billet Mt. Wolf, PA 292
9 118 Sean Merkel Gilbertsville, PA 290
10 12 Sterling Kinard Dover, PA 283
9w Scott McCann Jr. (1) Mechanicsburg, PA 283

Legends Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 17R Jason Rochelle (2) Schnecksville, PA 394
2 7R Ronnie Dunstan (1) Coplay, PA 382
3 48 Randy Kissinger (1) Columbia, PA 365
4 19 Joshua Morrow Hamburg, PA 331
5 7 Geremy Sheaffer Ickesburg, PA 314
6 769 Stephen Nederostek Walnutsport, PA 313
7 29G Lawrence Garrison Beaver Springs, PA 301
8 6 Jeff Condran Middletown, PA 292
9 54 Jason Ewing McClure, PA 290
10 555 Bill Harris Duncannon, PA 288

ARDC Midgets:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 9 Steve Lenig Selinsgrove, PA 185
2 18 Donnie Trent (1) Honeybrook, PA 180
21 Andy Martin Gordonville, PA 180
15 Tom Hessert Cherry Hill, NJ 180
5 5 Steve Buckwalter (1) Royersford, PA 176
6 10 Frank Polimeda Fort Lee, NJ 166
7 11 Eric Heydenreich Bloomsburg, PA 163
8 3 Tracy Miller Rancho Cucamonga, CA 154
9 86 Tracy Readinger Oley, PA 150
10 4 Michelle Miller Reading, PA 143

Classic Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 88 Bill Brown Sr. (1) Woodbridge, MD 197
2 12 Allen Cullum Hampstead, MD 191
3 12c Jim Crocker Reisterstown, MD 180
4 8 Bill Brown Jr. (1) Mt. Airy, MD 178
5 7 Jamie Lloyd Reisterstown, MD 175
6 95 Fred Cullum Manchester, MD 174
7 34 Joe Snodgrass Catonsville, MD 170
8 21 Kurt Welsh Marriottsville, MD 169
9 35 Jack Yingling Ellicott City, MD 166
29 Pete Neal Taneytown, MD 166

The Great American School Buses:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 0 Ralph Messinger Wellsville, PA 188
2 5.0 Brandt Fink Dover, PA 180
3 89 Van Baker Red Lion, PA 179
4 777 Jeff Ebersole Lewisberry, PA 172
5 10 Rob Harkins Lewisberry, PA 170
6 01 Ben Engle Camp Hill, PA 158
7 3 Harold Ebaugh Etters, PA 156
8 74 Larry Miller Camp Hill, PA 134
9 1w J.R. Rodriguez (1) Dover, PA 100
44DD Joe Thomas (1) Lewisberry, PA 100

Four Cylinder Stock Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 13 Ed Hollenbach (1) Fredericksburg, PA 100
2 11s John Stoll Jr. Wellsville, PA 97
3 5 Dustin Hollinger Lebanon, PA 94
4 Mark Digges Front Royal, VA 91
5 121 Bryan Michael Jonestown, PA 88
6 76 Ronnie Garlock Mapleton Depton, PA 86
7 10 Jerry Schott Jr. Jonestown, PA 84
8 12 Eric Hollenbach Fredericksburg, PA 82
9 9 Randy Wible Three Springs, PA 80
10 77 Joe Jakubic Chambersburg, PA 78

Feature Wins denoted in parenthesis ( )


410 Sprint Feature Added
Palmer Candy Feeds Sweet Tooth at Susquehanna June 15th

Newberrytown, PA: If it wasn’t enough to see an Advanced Auto Parts Super
DIRT Modified Series at Susquehanna Speedway Park on Thursday, June 15th in
the Palmer Candy School’s Out 100 and three former modified champions
challenge the Great American School Bus Racers, then what else can satisfy
your sweet tooth? What about a make-up 410 sprint car feature? Sweeeet!

R.M. Palmer Company, America’s favorite holiday candy since 1948 will host
the gala evening of racing that now includes a complete 410 sprint car
feature at no extra admission cost. Talk about a sweet deal!

Susquehanna Speedway Park management, Todd and Rhonda Fisher and promoter,
Vince Vicari has agreed to run the regularly scheduled events with the
modifieds which will include the Extreme stocks, the Penn Mar Vintage Club
racers, the Great American School Bus Race and a 410 sprint car feature
rained out from June 1st.

Fans from that June 1st event can use their rain checks and could combine a
discount for attending the June 8th or 9th events and conceivably pay just
$6 for the Palmer Candy School’s Out 100 modified show on June 15th.
Everyone that attends the June 8th or June 9th events at Susquehanna
Speedway Park will receive a grandstand only $5.00 off coupon for the DIRT
modified event on June 15th.

Former RSCA champions Kenny Brightbill, Jack Johnson and Jamie Mills will be
competing against the locals in the Great American Bus Race. It has been
said around the speedway that there is “no way” those modified boys are
taking that trophy. Kids can receive a school bus ride around 6:00 PM prior
to the warm-ups.

The national anthem will be sung by ninth grader Taylor Eben of Kutztown.
Taylor is a member of the Berks Junior County Chorus and has been taking
singing and acting lessons for nine years. She has appeared in such local
productions as Annie, Cinderella, Beauty & the Beast, Anything Goes and
Rumpelstiltskin.

Grandstand gates will open at 5:00 PM while the pit registration will open
at 4:00 PM with time trials to begin at 6:30 PM. Racing will start at the
regular scheduled Thursday time at 7:30 PM.
The 410 sprints will lead off the program at 7:30 PM with their 25 lap
affair followed by the modified heats. The other three divisions will run a
feature only format in order to keep within a well orchestrated time
schedule.

Everyone that attends the June 8th or June 9th events at Susquehanna
Speedway Park will receive a grandstand only $5.00 off coupon for the DIRT
modified event on June 15th.

The DIRT Touring Twelve Modifieds will be led by current point leader Billy
Decker, defending champion Tim Fuller and two-time Susquehanna winner Brett
Hearn. Kenny Brightbill and New Egypt champion, Frank Cozze have each won
DIRT events in the past at Susquehanna and will lead the local posse.

“This event will have everything,” says Mark Schlott, Vice President of Operations
for Palmer Candy. “The fans should feel like kids in a candy store,” he added jokingly,
“With a little help from Palmer Candy, of course.”


Racing Events Cancelled for Friday Night at SSP

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (June 2, 2006) – The racing events scheduled for Friday night, June 2 have been cancelled after the severe thunderstorms that cancelled last night’s events caused major damage to the electrical and public address systems at the speedway. A thunder strike directly at the speedway blew up the p.a. system and laptop computer as well as shorting out many of the electrical circuits around the track. Shortly after the thunder strike, an unidentified vehicle ran into an electrical pole in front of the speedway thus causing another temporary blackout the track. The severely damaged pole may not be fixed for two days by the power company. Also the 90% forecast of more severe thunderstorms for Friday evening played a role in the early cancellation. Scheduled for Friday night were the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models, Women on Wheels Stock Cars and Street Stocks along with the Mini Van Construction race. The Construction race replaces the Mini Van Doughnut Delivery race which was originally scheduled. The Friday night events will not be rescheduled.

The feature events for Thursday night, June 1 were postponed last evening after the severe thunderstorms hit the speedway grounds around 8:30 p.m. and will be made up at a date to be announced in the future. The features to be made up include the Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stock Cars and the Four Cylinders. Rainchecks for the grandstand tickets will be honored for a regularly priced event ($14.00 or less) for the months of June or July on Thursdays or Fridays. The pit passes are not valid as all qualifying events were completed.

The Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, June 8 and Friday Night, June 9 with the much anticipated arrival of the National Sprint Tour featuring Steve Kinser, Danny Lasoski, Brian Paulus, Lucas Wolfe and many more. Raindates will be announced for all events if needed. General admission main grandstand tickets will be $30.00 each for each night of racing. Advance tickets may be purchased by calling 717-292-1696. There will be no advance ticket sales on the day of the event. There will also be a limit of 400 children tickets (ages 6-12) available for $12.00 each. Children ages 5 and under will be admitted free. Visa and Mastercard are accepted for the ticket purchase.

All seating will be on a first-come, first-serve basis with the exception of the annual reserved seats. All advance ticket purchasers will be permitted to enter the grandstands one hour (4:00 p.m.) prior to the sale of grandstand tickets on raceday (5:00 p.m.) in order to pick their seats. Cooler size limits will be strictly enforced. There is no repeat fan discount for this event. The Repeat Fan Discount will resume Thursday, June 15.

On Thursday and Friday, June 8 & 9, the back pit gate will open at 3:00 p.m. with the grandstand gate opening for advance ticket purchasers at 4:00 p.m. The day of the event ticket sales will begin at 5:00 p.m. Warmups begin at 6:00 p.m. with qualifying at 6:30 p.m. Racing action will begin at 7:30 p.m.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.


National Sprint Tour Tune-Up at SSP on Thursday; Women on Wheels Added to Friday

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (May 29, 2006) – The Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, June 1 with the One-on-One Street Car Drags, Xtreme Stock Cars and Four Cylinders. The One-on-One Street Car Drags will pay $250.00 to win and entry forms are available at www.sspracing.net or by calling 717-292-1696. This will be the final race for the Sprint Cars before Steve Kinser, Danny Lasoski, Brian Paulus, Lucas Wolfe and many more make their way to SSP next week on June 8 and 9 when the National Sprint Tour comes to town. Local hard chargers Chad Layton and Alan Krimes have already committed to leading the charge against some of the best traveling stars in the Sprint Car ranks worldwide.

On Friday night, June 2, the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks will be in competition along with the Mini Van Construction race. The Construction race replaces the Mini Van Doughnut Delivery race which was originally scheduled. The Women on Wheels Stock Cars will also be on the schedule as this event was rescheduled after the April 21 rainout.

The gates will open for the pit area and grandstands at 5:00 p.m. in 2006 on both Thursday and Friday nights. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $8.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. However, as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from Thursday, May 25 or Friday, May 26, a $2.00 discount to the races on June 1 or 2 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park
www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170
June 1, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $20.00; Non members - $22.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $14.00; Teens (13- 17) –
$10.00;Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:30 p.m. Sprint Cars Driver’s Meeting
6:45 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars and Four Cylinders Driver’s Meeting
6:50 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Xtreme Stock (Rookie Rumble)
Sprint Cars
Four Cylinders
Xtreme Stock Cars
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. BPS Trucking Xtreme Stock Car Elimination Dash (4 laps)
Sprint Cars Qualiying Heat Races (10 laps)
Four Cylinders Qualiying Heat Races (6 laps)
Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble Feature (20 laps) – 20 minute time limit
One-on-One Street Car Drags (1 lap)
Sprint Cars Consolation Race (10 laps) – if necessary.
Four Cylinders Consolation Race (6 laps) – if necessary (if no consi, then the
Four Cylinders feature will be run in this place)
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Sprint Cars Feature (25 laps) – Driver Intros before the race; Crews to take the cars to
the frontstretch and drivers will be intorduced through the front tunnel area.
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (20 laps w/ <20 cars; 25 laps w/ 20 to 29 cars; 30 laps
w/ 30+ cars) – 30 minute time limit
Four Cylinders Feature (15 laps)

June 2, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
Mandatory Driver’s Meetings - Random role calls may be taken. Failure to report to driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:35 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting
6:45 p.m. Street Stocks, Women on Wheels Stock Cars and Mini Vans Driver’s Meeting
6:55 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting
7:05 p.m. - 7:25 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Street Stocks
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Late Models
Women on Wheels Stock Cars
Mini Vans
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Women on Wheels Stock Cars Heat Races (5 laps)
Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Construction Race (10 laps)
Street Stock Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Street Stocks Feature (20 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Late Models Feature (20 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
- Raceceivers Required For Late Models – The One-Way Radio called Raceceiver will be mandatory for all Late Model Drivers on Friday, June 2. Raceceivers are available for purchase from Miller’s Racing Parts in Camp Hill, PA.
- The National Sprint Tour visits SSP on Thursday, June 8, Friday, June 9 and Thursday, August 3. Raindates will be announced for all events if needed. General admission main grandstand tickets will be $30.00 each for each night of racing. There will be a limited number of 3,000 tickets available for advance purchase for the main grandstand area only. There will also be a limit of 400 children tickets (ages 6-12) available for $12.00 each. Children ages 5 and under will be admitted free. Once the tickets are sold, there will be no more tickets offered for the main grandstand area and pit passes may then be purchased to see the event.
All seating will be on a first-come, first-serve basis with the exception of the annual reserved seats. All advance ticket purchasers will be permitted to enter the grandstands one hour prior to the sale of grandstand tickets on raceday in order to pick their seats. Cooler size limits will be strictly enforced.
NST tickets may also be purchased now by sending a check or money order for the amount of tickets ordered along with a $4.00 fee per total order to cover the Certified Mail fees. Orders may be sent 3805 Natalie Lane, Dover, PA 17315. Phone orders with credit cards are also accepted by calling 717-292-1696.
- 16 Tickets Left for the Dover NASCAR Race Bus Trip Available – The Newberry Business Association along with the Susquehanna Speedway Park are offering a bus trip to the Dover Int’l Speedway for the NASCAR race on Sunday, June 4 for $125.00 per person. The fees include roundtrip transportation and premium seats in the upper section of turns 3 & 4. The bus will leave from Bumper Bob’s Steak and Seafood at 6:00 a.m. Sunday morning. For more information or to reserve a seat, call (717) 938-8653, Ext.221.
- Trail Motors Automotive Discount – Anyone who takes an SSP ticket stub to Trail Motors located at 4620 Susquehanna Trail North, in York will receive special discounts for services provided by specialized auto technicians. The discounts include a State Inspection & Emissions Test for $38.74 (normally $48.74) or an oil change for $20.99 (normally $24.99).

2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Point Championships
(as of May 29, 2006)
A complete point rundown for each division may be found at sspracing.net.
Sprint Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 77 Greg Hodnett (3) Memphis, TN 582
2 12 Chad Layton Harrisburg, PA 567
3 22 Fred Rahmer (2) Salfordsville, PA 564
4 12 Blane Heimbach (1) Selinsgrove, PA 532
5 25 Lance Dewease Fayetteville, PA 493
6 9 Craig Keel Weedsport, NY 480
7 11c Cory Haas York, PA 456
8 69 Michael Carber Telford, PA 456
9 87 Alan Krimes Denver, PA 453
10 89 Cody Darrah York, PA 444

Xtreme Stock Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 4J Larry Hughes Jr. (3) York Haven, PA 569
2 17G Mike Goodwin Wellsville, PA 540
3 10 Charlie Pensinger Shippensburg, PA 518
4 22 Matt Smith Carlisle, PA 494
5 11 Sam Rial Windsor, PA 491
6 99 Chris Heller Carlisle, PA 486
7 42 Adam Smith Lewisberry, PA 482
8 00 John Hiden Jr. Dover, PA 476
9 96 Eric Snoke Fleetwood, PA 466
10 21H Travis Horan York, PA 463
Other Feature Winners – Gene Knaub (3)

Trail Motors Super Sportsman:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 19 Dave Calaman (2) Carlisle, PA 464
2 22H Jim Shuttlesworth Lewisberry, PA 441
3 8 Rich Eichelberger York Springs, PA 430
4 32 Smokey Snelbaker(1)Dover, PA 393
5 1 John Stehman Halifax, PA 388
6 80 Craig Morrow Enola, PA 384
7 25 Bobby Hockenberry New Bloomfield, PA 383
8 30 Scott Dellingner Lewisberry, PA 382
9 59 Steve Wilbur (1) Mechanicsburg, PA 379
10 77 Russ Mitten Newville, PA 375
Other Feature Winners - Steve Fannasy (1)

Street Stocks:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 21K Kory Sites Hamburg, PA 450
2 80 Wes Alleman Newville, PA 434
3 99 Chad Smith (1) Halifax, PA 429
4 69 George Eash (1) Jonestown, PA 420
5 25H Brian Hauenstein Carlisle, PA 419
6 35 Gary Johnston Shippensburg, PA 416
7 33 Joe Whiteley Windsor, PA 415
8 22s Steven Dove Lebanon, PA 390
9 88w Eric Walker Middletown, PA 386
10 22 Sam Leonrd Jr. (1) Marysville, PA 381
Other Feature Winner – Bob Gutshall

Late Models:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 43 Jake Jones (1) Shermansdale, PA 315
2 NINE Carl Graves Duncannon, PA 313
3 0 Larry Baer Dover, PA 308
4 91 Chuck Yingling Mt. Wolf, PA 302
5 28 Mike Spangler (1) Spring Grove, PA 297
6 Josh Kimmel Dillsburg, PA 297
7 8 Les Hare (1) Stewartstown, PA 294
8 20 Steve Billet Mt. Wolf, PA 292
9 118 Sean Merkel Gilbertsville, PA 290
10 12 Sterling Kinard Dover, PA 283
9w Scott McCann Jr. (1) Mechanicsburg, PA 283

Legends Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 17R Jason Rochelle (2) Schnecksville, PA 394
2 7R Ronnie Dunstan (1) Coplay, PA 382
3 48 Randy Kissinger (1) Columbia, PA 365
4 19 Joshua Morrow Hamburg, PA 331
5 7 Geremy Sheaffer Ickesburg, PA 314
6 769 Stephen Nederostek Walnutsport, PA 313
7 29G Lawrence Garrison Beaver Springs, PA 301
8 6 Jeff Condran Middletown, PA 292
9 54 Jason Ewing McClure, PA 290
10 555 Bill Harris Duncannon, PA 288

ARDC Midgets:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 9 Steve Lenig Selinsgrove, PA 185
2 18 Donnie Trent (1) Honeybrook, PA 180
21 Andy Martin Gordonville, PA 180
15 Tom Hessert Cherry Hill, NJ 180
5 5 Steve Buckwalter (1) Royersford, PA 176
6 10 Frank Polimeda Fort Lee, NJ 166
7 11 Eric Heydenreich Bloomsburg, PA 163
8 3 Tracy Miller Rancho Cucamonga, CA 154
9 86 Tracy Readinger Oley, PA 150
10 4 Michelle Miller Reading, PA 143

Classic Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 88 Bill Brown Sr. (1) Woodbridge, MD 197
2 12 Allen Cullum Hampstead, MD 191
3 12c Jim Crocker Reisterstown, MD 180
4 8 Bill Brown Jr. (1) Mt. Airy, MD 178
5 7 Jamie Lloyd Reisterstown, MD 175
6 95 Fred Cullum Manchester, MD 174
7 34 Joe Snodgrass Catonsville, MD 170
8 21 Kurt Welsh Marriottsville, MD 169
9 35 Jack Yingling Ellicott City, MD 166
29 Pete Neal Taneytown, MD 166

The Great American School Buses:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 0 Ralph Messinger Wellsville, PA 188
2 5.0 Brandt Fink Dover, PA 180
3 89 Van Baker Red Lion, PA 179
4 777 Jeff Ebersole Lewisberry, PA 172
5 10 Rob Harkins Lewisberry, PA 170
6 01 Ben Engle Camp Hill, PA 158
7 3 Harold Ebaugh Etters, PA 156
8 74 Larry Miller Camp Hill, PA 134
9 1w J.R. Rodriguez (1) Dover, PA 100
44DD Joe Thomas (1) Lewisberry, PA 100

Four Cylinder Stock Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 13 Ed Hollenbach (1) Fredericksburg, PA 100
2 11s John Stoll Jr. Wellsville, PA 97
3 5 Dustin Hollinger Lebanon, PA 94
4 Mark Digges Front Royal, VA 91
5 121 Bryan Michael Jonestown, PA 88
6 76 Ronnie Garlock Mapleton Depton, PA 86
7 10 Jerry Schott Jr. Jonestown, PA 84
8 12 Eric Hollenbach Fredericksburg, PA 82
9 9 Randy Wible Three Springs, PA 80
10 77 Joe Jakubic Chambersburg, PA 78
Feature Wins denoted in parenthesis ( )


Snelbaker, McCann and Gutshall Add Their Names to the 2006 Feature Winners List at SSP on Friday Night

Newberrytown, PA (May 26, 2006) – It was a night of new faces in victory lane on Friday night at the Susuquehanna Speedway Park. Smokey Snelbaker won in the 20-lap Trail Motors Super Sportsman event with Scott McCann Jr. winning the 20-lap Late Model event. Bob Gutshall Jr. picked up the 20-lap Street Stock feature event. Timothy Watson won his second straight Mini Van race.

Smokey Snelbaker may be 68 years old and have some gray hair, but that has not slowed down the Dover, Pennsylvania pilot as he took over the lead from Dave Socks on lap 4 of the Trail Motors Super Sportsman feature. The next four spots found new faces breaking into the top five spots for the 2006 season. Jason Fry picked up his first top five finish of the season by trailing Snelbaker at the line to claim the second spot. Scott Dellingner, Bobby Hockenberry and Dave Socks battled furiously for the entire event with many passes among themselves. At the end it was Dellingner, Hockenberry and Socks third through fifth respectively. Snelbaker, Fry and Dellingner won the three qualifying heat races as well.

In Late Model action, Charlie Potts jumped out to the lead from his outside front row starting position. Scott McCann Jr. started just behind Potts in the fourth position and overtook Potts on the seventh lap of the 20-lap event. McCann led the remaining thirteen circuits to pick up his first win of the 2006 SSP season. Potts came across the line second with Carl Billet finishing third. Billet came through the traffic from his twelfth place staring spot. John Ebersole and Sterling Kinard rounded out the top five. Larry Baer, Randy Christine Jr and Potts won the heat races and Gene Wrightstone won the consolation event.

Bob Gutshall Jr. became the fifth different winner in as many races in the highly competitive Street Stock Division. In an event where any of the 24 drivers can win the feature race, Gutshall started on the pole and never looked back as he led all 20 laps. Chad Smith continues to impress many people as he followed Gutshall to finish second. 2005 SSP Street Stock champion, Wes Alleman, continues to look for his first SSP feature win and had to settle for third. Sam Leonard Jr. and Brian Hauenstein finished fourth and fifth. Heat winners were 2006 point leader Kory Sites, Chad Millikin and Gutshall.

In the York Haven Auto Sales Super Oval Mini Van race, Scott Keller jumped out to the early lead in the 10-lap event until Timothy Watson overtook him on the seventh lap. Watson led the final three laps to pick up his second straight Mini Van feature event. Keller finished second with Jeff Svendsen, Sherry Kitner and Butch Richcreek rounding out the top five.

The Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, June 1 with the One-on-One Street Car Drags, Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stock Cars and Four Cylinders. The One-on-One Street Car Drags will pay $250.00 to win and entry forms are available at sspracing.net or by calling 717-292-1696.

On Friday night, June 2, the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks will be in competition along with the Mini Van Construction race. The Construction race replaces the Mini Van Doughnut Delivery race which was originally scheduled. The Women on Wheels Stock Cars will also be on the schedule as this event was rescheduled after the April 21 rainout.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand area at 5:00 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP continues its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. However, as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from May 25 or May 26, a $2.00 discount to the races on June 1 or 2 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30.00 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

SSP Results from Friday, May 26, 2006
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 Laps): 1. Smokey Snellbaker, 2. Jason Fry, 3. Scott Dellinger, 4. Bobby Hockenberry, 5. Dave Socks 2, 6. Rich Eichelberger, 7. Jim Shuttlesworth, 8. Joey Biasi, 9. Danny Hager, 10. Frankie Herr, 11. Dave Calaman, 12. Steve Wilbur, 13. Ryan Rupp, 14. Craig Morrow, 15. John Stehman, 16. Raymond Myers, 17. Chris Reed, 18. Steve Fannasy, 19. Billy Schoffstall, 20. Brain Boughter, 21. Russ Mitten, 22. Bill Brown, 23. Lanny Hake, 24. Mike Enders; DNS – Stan Wanner, Justin Stewart, Aaron Eichelberger.

FEATURE LAP LEADER: Socks 1-2, Snelbaker 3-20.
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Snelbaker, Fry and Dellingner

Late Model Feature (20 Laps): 1. Scott McCann Jr., 2. Charles Potts, 3. Carl Billet, 4. John Ebersole, 5. Sterling Kinard, 6. Bud Barton, 7. Les Hare, 8. Larry Baer, 9. Pat Beard, 10. Tim Fedder, 11. Scott Lupfer, 12. Carl Graves, 13. Gene Wrightstone, 14. Chuck Yingling, 15. Steve Billet, 16. Jake Lettich, 17. John Moser, 18. Sean Merkel, 19. Garry Stutting Jr., 20. Jake Jones, 21. Kyle Merkel, 22. Josh Kimmel, 23. Randy Christine Jr., 24. Mike Spangler.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Potts 1-6, McCann 7-20.
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Potts, Baer and Christine Jr.
CONSOLATION WINNER: Wrightstone

Street Stock Feature (20 Laps): 1. Bob Gutshall, 2. Chad Smith, 3. Wes Alleman, 4. Sam Leonard Jr., 5. Brain Hauenstein, 6. Steven Dove, 7. Joe Whiteley, 8. Gary Johnston, 9. Kory Sites, 10. Kirby Sites, 11. George Eash, 12. Scott Thumbers, 13. Kyle Saylor, 14. Gary Welsh, 15. Brain Singer, 16. Ronnie Rhoads, 17. Dave Motter, 18. Carmen Caltabiano, 19. Jenn Scott, 20. Eric Walker, 21. Joey Hoffer, 22. Chad Milliken, 23. Brain Henise, 24. Dave Thompson Jr.; DNS – Doug Hoffman, M.R. Teal, Bruce Nichols.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Gutshall 1-20.
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Kory Sites, Millikin and Gutshall.

York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Race (10 Laps): 1. Timothy Watson, 2. Scott Keller, 3. Jeff Svendsen, 4. Sherry Kitner, 5. Butch Richcreek Jr., 6. Brandon Ort, 7. Daryl Sipe, 8. David Kohr, 9. David Olson, 10. Travis Rife, 11, Scott Conley, 12. Ashman Brant, 13. Rick Berger, 14. Jesse Hitz, 15. Adrian Stine, 16. Kimberly Martino, 17. Ricky McClane, 18. Carl Buffington, 19. Austin Smith, 20. Bobbi Deskin, 21. Steve Smith.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Keller 1-6, Watson 7-10.


Hodnett Sets Feature Record With 13th Career SSP Sprint Car Feature on Thursday Night

Newberrytown, PA (May 25, 2006) – It’s always difficult beating Greg Hodnett, but when he gets the lead on lap 9 and the race goes non-stop, it nearly impossible to beat him. Hodnett claimed Thursday night’s 25-lap sprint car feature at Susquehanna Speedway Park in record fashion. He steered the Al Hamilton-owned No. 77 around the speedway in 6:52.009, breaking Steve Smith’s 14-year mark of 7:00.59. In other action, Larry Hughes Jr. won the 25-lap Xtreme Stock Car feature event. Kenny Johns was victorious in the 20-lap Xtreme Rookie Rumber, Randy Kissinger won the 15-lap Legends Car feature and Joe Thomas captured the Great American School Bus Race.

As for Hodnett, it was his third win of the year at SSP and 13th career here. "I like it when races go non-stop," Hodnett said. "Some guys get tired especially if the car isn't working right. Crew chief Tim Elwell had the car perfect. It makes it a lot easier on the driver.” Hodnett started 10th in the 19-car field and was running in second to Alan Krimes by the fourth lap. Krimes settled for a season-best second followed by Fred Rahmer, Chad Layton and Bobby Weaver. Rahmer and Layton, both potential winners since Lance Dewease didn't start the feature due to engine problems, didn't find it as easy getting through the field.

Hodnett knew it was important getting to the front. "You never want to take your time with guys like Fred, Chad and Lance behind you," Hodnett said. "I think the key was getting up there quick, because the track was really fast. Lapped traffic played a part for many competitors down the stretch, but Hodnett had relative ease. Blane Heimbach settled for sixth followed by Michael Carber, Craig Kee, Cody Darra and Cory Haas. Bobby Weaver and Rahmer won heats for the 18 cars.

Larry Hughes Jr. captured the non-stop 25-lap Xtreme Stock Car feature over Mike Goodwin, Matt Smith, John Hiden Jr. and Charlie Pensinger.

Randy Kissinger held off Jason Rochelle in the 15-lap Legends Car feature. Joe Thomas set a 10-lap record (5:32.22) in the Great American School Bus Race.

The next race at SSP will be tomorrow night, Friday night, May 26 with the Trail Motors Super Sportsman returning to SSP along with the Late Models and Street Stocks. There will also be a York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Super Oval Race.

The Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, June 1 with the One-on-One Street Car Drags, Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stock Cars and Four Cylinders.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstands at 5:00 p.m. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night. Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On race day, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

SSP Results from Thursday, May 25, 2006
Sprint Cars Feature (25 Laps): 1. Greg Hodnett; 2. Alan Krimes; 3. Fred Rahmer; 4. Chad Layton; 5. Bobby Weaver; 6. Blane Heimbach; 7. Michael Carber; 8. Craig Keel; 9. Cody Darrah; 10. Cory Haas; 11. Chad Jumper; 12. Bob Bennett; 13. Daryl Stimeling; 14. Scott Lutz; 15. Darwin Martin; 16. Mark Coldren; 17. Billy Heltzel Jr. Did Not Start: Lance Dewease
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Krimes (1-8); Hodnett (9-25)
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Weaver; Rahmer

Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (20 Laps): 1. Larry Hughes Jr; 2. Mike Goodwin; 3. Matt Smith; 4. John Hiden Jr.; 5. Charlie Pensinger; 6. Tom Johns; 7. Jason Failor; 8. Sam Rial Jr.; 9. Bill Fulton; 10. Trevor Stark; 11. Dave Yingst; 12. Eric Snoke; 13. Travis Horan; 14. Raymond Repp; 15. Chris Heller; 16. Tom Slanker; 17. Bruce McClane; 18. Adam Smith; 19. Brent Fogelsanger; 20. Rocky Enterline. Did Not Start: Donnie Broderick; Doug Hansen Sr.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Horan (1-4, 7-13); Slanker (5-6); Goodwin (14-17, 19-21); Hughes (18, 22-25)
BPS TRUCKING DASH WINNER: Johns

XSC Rookie Rumble Feature (15 Laps): 1. Ken Johns; 2. Bob Minnich; 3. Rich Lomman; 4. Brian Shue; 5. Les Scrivens Jr.; 6. Larry Landis; 7. Andrew Frye; 8. Randy Blank; 9. Penny Repp; 10. Eric Grinestaff; 11. Adam Doll; 12. Amanda Gross; 13. Doug Hansen Jr.; 14. Jim Rial. Did Not Start: Randy Gladfelter.
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Grinestaff (1); Lomman (2-10); Minnich (11-13); Johns (14-20)

Legends Cars Feature (15 Laps): 1. Randy Kissinger; 2. Jason Rochelle; 3. Ronnie Dunstan; 4. Josh Morrow; 5. Jeff Condran; 6. Greg Burd; 7. Rick Harring; 8. Tom Mayberry; 9. Robert Subieski; 10. Jason Ewing; 11. Bob Murray; 12. Mark Sheaffer; 13. Pat McDermott; 14. Jim Hulbert; 15. Randy Fetterhoff; 16. Ed Wentz; 17. Tyler Baer; 18. Bill Harris; 19. Chad Glatfelter; 20. Lawrence Garrison; 21. Denny Willey; 22. Zach Dieter; 23. Stephen Nederostek; 24. Geremy Sheaffer Did Not Qualify: Shawn Arndt, Jim Black, Darryl Bloom, Jason Chilton, Andy Lupfer, Scott Spidle, Amy Staver, Nathan Van Zandt
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Harring (1-5); Dieter (6); Kissinger (7-15).
HEAT WINNERS: Kissinger; Burd; Rochelle
CONSOLATION WINNER: Mayberry

Great American School Bus Race (10 Laps): 1. Joe Thomas; 2. Van Baker; 3. Rob Harkins; 4. Ralph Messinger; 5. Chris Futrell; 6. Brent Fink; 7. Jeff Ebersole; 8. Harold Ebaugh; 9. Ben Engle; 10. Rick Yohn. Did Not Start: Larry Miller.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Thomas (1-10).

SSP News and Notes:
- Raceceivers Required For Late Models – The One-Way Radio called Raceceiver will be mandatory for all Late Model Drivers on Friday, June 2. It will be optional for the Friday, May 26 event. Raceceivers are available for purchase from Miller’s Racing Parts in Camp Hill, PA.
- The National Sprint Tour visits SSP on Thursday, June 8, Friday, June 9 and Thursday, August 3. Raindates will be announced for all events if needed. General admission main grandstand tickets will be $30.00 each for each night of racing. There will be a limited number of 3,000 tickets available for advance purchase for the main grandstand area only. There will also be a limit of 400 children tickets (ages 6-12) available for $12.00 each. Children ages 5 and under will be admitted free. Once the tickets are sold, there will be no more tickets offered for the main grandstand area and pit passes may then be purchased to see the event.
All seating will be on a first-come, first-serve basis with the exception of the annual reserved seats. All advance ticket purchasers will be permitted to enter the grandstands one hour prior to the sale of grandstand tickets on raceday in order to pick their seats. Cooler size limits will be strictly enforced.
NST tickets may also be purchased now by sending a check or money order for the amount of tickets ordered along with a $4.00 fee per total order to cover the Certified Mail fees. Orders may be sent 3805 Natalie Lane, Dover, PA 17315. Phone orders with credit cards are also accepted by calling 717-292-1696.
- Dover NASCAR Race Bus Trip Available – The Newberry Business Association along with the Susquehanna Speedway Park are offering a bus trip to the Dover Int’l Speedway for the NASCAR race on Sunday, June 4 for $125.00 per person. The fees include roundtrip transportation and premium seats in the upper section of turns 3 & 4. The bus will leave from Bumper Bob’s Steak and Seafood at 6:00 a.m. Sunday morning. For more information or to reserve a seat, call (717) 938-8653, Ext.221.
- Trail Motors Automotive Discount – Anyone who takes an SSP ticket stub to Trail Motors located at 4620 Susquehanna Trail North, in York will receive special discounts for services provided by specialized auto technicians. The discounts include a State Inspection & Emissions Test for $38.74 (normally $48.74) or an oil change for $20.99 (normally $24.99).

May 26, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:35 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:45 p.m. Street Stocks and Mini Vans Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:55 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
7:05 p.m. - 7:25 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Street Stocks
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Late Models
Mini Vans
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Feature (10 laps)
Street Stock Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Street Stocks Feature (20 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Late Models Feature (20 laps)


Great American School Buses Return to SSP on Thursday; Trail Motors Super Sportsman and Late Models Scheduled on Friday

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (May 23, 2006) – The Great American School Buses return to the Susquehanna Speedway Park on Thursday night, May 25 along with the Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stock Cars and Legends Cars. At 6:30 p.m. there will also be school bus rides around the track for everyone in attendance. Boarding will take place at the flagstand on the frontstretch of the track.

The Trail Motors Super Sportsman will return on Friday, May 26 along with the Late Models and Street Stocks. There will also be a York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Super Oval Race. The Mini Van Lazy Dog race has been cancelled.

The “Salute to the Armed Forces” Thrill show scheduled for Saturday, May 27 which included the Smashmasters Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks, Fireworks and more has been cancelled.

Last week’s racing action found many new faces in victory lane. In Sprint Car action on Thursday night, Selinsgrove’s Blaine Heimbach picked up his first career SSP Victory over Chad Layton, Greg Hodnett, Fred Rahmer and Cory Haas. Larry Hughes Jr. continued his winning ways in the Xtreme Stocks and Bob Bender Jr. won the Rookie Rumble main event.

On Friday night, Steve Fannasy also picked up his first career victory in the Trail Motors Super Sportsman feature with Mike Spangler winning the 20-lap Late Model event. Bill Brown Jr. picked up the 15-lap Classic Car feature event. Timothy Watson won the first ever Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Toll Booth race.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstands at 5:00 p.m on Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. However, as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from May 18 or May 19, a $2.00 discount to the races on May 25 or 26 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park
www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170
May 25, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $20.00; Non members - $22.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $14.00; Teens (13- 17) –
$10.00;Children (12 & under) – Free
6:30 p.m. – 6:50 p.m. School Bus Rides for Everyone - Frontstretch
6:30 p.m. Sprint Cars Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for that night.
6:45 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars, Legends Cars and School Buses Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:50 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Xtreme Stock (Rookie Rumble)
Sprint Cars
Legends Cars
Xtreme Stock Cars
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. BPS Trucking Xtreme Stock Car Elimination Dash (4 laps)
Sprint Cars Qualiying Heat Races (10 laps)
Legends Cars Qualiying Heat Races (6 laps)
Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble Feature (20 laps) – 20 minute time limit
Sprint Cars Consolation Race (10 laps) – if necessary.
Legends Cars Consolation Race (6 laps) – if necessary (if no consi, then the
Legends Cars feature will be run in this place)
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Sprint Cars Feature (25 laps) – Driver Intros before the race; Crews to take the cars to
the frontstretch and drivers will be intorduced through the front tunnel area.
The Great American School Bus Race (10 laps)
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (20 laps w/ <20 cars; 25 laps w/ 20 to 29 cars; 30 laps
w/ 30+ cars) – 30 minute time limit
Legends Cars Feature (15 laps)

May 26, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:35 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:45 p.m. Street Stocks and Mini Vans Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:55 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
7:05 p.m. - 7:25 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Street Stocks
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Late Models
Mini Vans
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Feature (10 laps)
Street Stock Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Street Stocks Feature (20 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Late Models Feature (20 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
- Raceceivers Required For Late Models – The One-Way Radio called Raceceiver will be mandatory for all Late Model Drivers on Friday, June 2. It will be optional for the Friday, May 26 event. Raceceivers are available for purchase from Miller’s Racing Parts in Camp Hill, PA.
- The National Sprint Tour visits SSP on Thursday, June 8, Friday, June 9 and Thursday, August 3. Raindates will be announced for all events if needed. General admission main grandstand tickets will be $30.00 each for each night of racing. There will be a limited number of 3,000 tickets available for advance purchase for the main grandstand area only. There will also be a limit of 400 children tickets (ages 6-12) available for $12.00 each. Children ages 5 and under will be admitted free. Once the tickets are sold, there will be no more tickets offered for the main grandstand area and pit passes may then be purchased to see the event.
All seating will be on a first-come, first-serve basis with the exception of the annual reserved seats. All advance ticket purchasers will be permitted to enter the grandstands one hour prior to the sale of grandstand tickets on raceday in order to pick their seats. Cooler size limits will be strictly enforced.
NST tickets may also be purchased now by sending a check or money order for the amount of tickets ordered along with a $4.00 fee per total order to cover the Certified Mail fees. Orders may be sent 3805 Natalie Lane, Dover, PA 17315. Phone orders with credit cards are also accepted by calling 717-292-1696.
- Dover NASCAR Race Bus Trip Available – The Newberry Business Association along with the Susquehanna Speedway Park are offering a bus trip to the Dover Int’l Speedway for the NASCAR race on Sunday, June 4 for $125.00 per person. The fees include roundtrip transportation and premium seats in the upper section of turns 3 & 4. The bus will leave from Bumper Bob’s Steak and Seafood at 6:00 a.m. Sunday morning. For more information or to reserve a seat, call (717) 938-8653, Ext.221.
- Trail Motors Automotive Discount – Anyone who takes an SSP ticket stub to Trail Motors located at 4620 Susquehanna Trail North, in York will receive special discounts for services provided by specialized auto technicians. The discounts include a State Inspection & Emissions Test for $38.74 (normally $48.74) or an oil change for $20.99 (normally $24.99).

2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Point Championships
(as of May 22, 2006)
A complete point rundown for each division may be found at www.sspracing.net.

Sprint Cars:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points 

  1      77      Greg Hodnett (2)      Memphis, TN                      482

  2      12      Chad Layton            Harrisburg, PA                     476    

  3      22      Fred Rahmer (2)       Salfordsville, PA                 470   

  4      12      Blane Heimbach (1)   Selinsgrove, PA                   446

  5      25      Lance Dewease        Fayetteville, PA                   443

  6        9      Craig Keel                Weedsport, NY                   398   

  7      11c     Cory Haas               York, PA                           378

  8      69      Michael Carber         Telford, PA                        372   

  9      89      Cody Darrah             York, PA                           364

 10     87      Alan Krimes              Denver, PA                        356

 

Xtreme Stock Cars:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1        4J     Larry Hughes Jr. (2)  York Haven, PA                  469

  2      17G     Mike Goodwin           Wellsville, PA                     443    

  3      10      Charlie Pensinger      Shippensburg, PA               430   

  4      99      Chris Heller              Carlisle, PA                         411

  5      11      Sam Rial                  Windsor, PA                       409

  6      42      Adam Smith             Lewisberry, PA                   407   

  7      22      Matt Smith              Carlisle, PA                        400

  8      57      Gene Knaub (3)        Dover, PA                         391

          96      Eric Snoke               Fleetwood, PA                   391

 10     21H     Travis Horan            York, PA                           388

         

Trail Motors Super Sportsman:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1      19      Dave Calaman (2)     Carlisle, PA                        388

  2      22H     Jim Shuttlesworth     Lewisberry, PA                   357   

  3        8      Rich Eichelberger      York Springs, PA                 344

  4        1      John Stehman          Halifax, PA                        320

  5      77      Russ Mitten             Newville, PA                      317   

  6      80      Craig Morrow            Enola, PA                          314

  7      59      Steve Wilbur (1)       Mechanicsburg, PA             305

  8      33      Ryan Rupp               Dillsburg, PA                      301

  9      11      Steve Fannasy (1)    Dauphin, PA                      297

 10     07      Billy Schoffstall         Orwin, PA                          296

 

Street Stocks:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1      21K     Kory Sites               Hamburg, PA                      370

  2      69      George Eash (1)       Jonestown, PA                   344

  3      80      Wes Alleman            Newville, PA                      340

  4      35      Gary Johnston         Shippensburg, PA               334

  5        99    Chad Smith (1)         Halifax, PA                        332

  6      25H     Brian Hauenstein       Carlisle, PA                        331

          33      Joe Whiteley            Windsor, PA                       331

  8      88w    Eric Walker              Middletown, PA                  327

  9      21H     Joey Hoffer (1)         Annville, PA                        314

10      22s     Steven Dove            Lebanon, PA                      304

          Other Feature Winner – Sam Leonard Jr.

 

Late Models:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1      43      Jake Jones (1)          Shermansdale, PA               256

  2      28      Mike Spangler (1)      Spring Grove, PA                242

  3        6      Josh Kimmel             Dillsburg, PA                      240

  4     NINE    Carl Graves              Duncannon, PA                  239

  5      91      Chuck Yingling          Mt. Wolf, PA                      232    

  6        9w    Steve Weikel            Mt. Penn, PA                     229

  7      26      Jerry Bard                Shippensburg, PA               228

         118     Sean Merkel             Gilbertsville, PA                  228

  9        0      Larry Baer               Dover, PA                          226

 10     20      Steve Billet              Mt. Wolf, PA                      228

Other Feature Winner  - Les Hare

 

Legends Cars:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1      17R     Jason Rochelle (2)     Schnecksville, PA               297

  2        7R    Ronnie Dunstan (1)   Coplay, PA                        288

  3      48      Randy Kissinger        Columbia, PA                     265

  4        7      Geremy Sheaffer       Ickesburg, PA                    259

  5      769     Stephen Nederostek  Walnutsport, PA                 257

  6      29G     Lawrence Garrison     Beaver Springs, PA             242

  7      19      Joshua Morrow         Hamburg, PA                      240

  8     555      Bill Harris                 Duncannon, PA                   226  

  9      54      Jason Ewing             McClure, PA                       212

 10     71      Bob Murray              Upperco, PA                      211    

 

ARDC Midgets:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1        9      Steve Lenig             Selinsgrove, PA                  185

  2      18      Donnie Trent (1)       Honeybrook, PA                  180

          21      Andy Martin             Gordonville, PA                   180

15      Tom Hessert            Cherry Hill, NJ                       180

  5        5      Steve Buckwalter (1) Royersford, PA                    176   

  6      10      Frank Polimeda         Fort Lee, NJ                       166

  7      11      Eric Heydenreich       Bloomsburg, PA                   163

  8        3      Tracy Miller              Rancho Cucamonga, CA       154   

  9      86      Tracy Readinger       Oley, PA                           150

 10       4      Michelle Miller           Reading, PA                       143

 

Classic Cars:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1      88      Bill Brown Sr. (1)       Woodbridge, MD                 197

  2      12      Allen Cullum             Hampstead, MD                  191

  3      12c     Jim Crocker              Reisterstown, MD               180    

  4        8      Bill Brown Jr. (1)       Mt. Airy, MD                       178

  5        7      Jamie Lloyd              Reisterstown, MD                175   

  6      95      Fred Cullum              Manchester, MD                 174

  7      34      Joe Snodgrass          Catonsville, MD                   170

  8      21      Kurt Welsh               Marriottsville, MD                 169

  9      35      Jack Yingling            Ellicott City, MD                  166

          29      Pete Neal                Taneytown, MD                  166

 

The Great American School Buses:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1      1w      J.R. Rodriguez (1)     Dover, PA                         100

  2        0      Ralph Messinger        Wellsville, PA                        97

  3      5.0     Brandt Fink              Dover, PA                            94    

  4      10      Alan Witmer             Dover, PA                           91

  5      777     Jeff Ebersole            Lewisberry, PA                      88

  6      12K     Josh Rodriguez         Enola, PA                             86

  7      74      Larry Miller               Camp Hill, PA                        84  

  8      89      Van Baker                Red Lion, PA                         82

  9      44DD   Heidi Thomas           Lewisberry, PA                      80

10      01      Ben Engle                Camp Hill, PA                        78

 

Four Cylinder Stock Cars:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1      13      Ed Hollenbach (1)     Fredericksburg, PA              100

  2      11s     John Stoll Jr.            Wellsville, PA                        97

  3        5      Dustin Hollinger         Lebanon, PA                         94    

  4                Mark Digges             Front Royal, VA                     91

  5       121    Bryan Michael           Jonestown, PA                      88

  6      76      Ronnie Garlock          Mapleton Depton, PA              86

  7      10      Jerry Schott Jr.        Jonestown, PA                      84  

  8      12      Eric Hollenbach         Fredericksburg, PA                 82

  9        9      Randy Wible             Three Springs, PA                  80

10      77      Joe Jakubic              Chambersburg, PA                 78


Feature Wins denoted in parenthesis ( )


Fannasy, Spangler and Watson All Win Career First Features at SSP on Friday Night

Newberrytown, PA (May 19, 2006) – In a history making night,three out of four feature winners picked up their career first victories on Friday night at the Susuquehanna Speedway Park. Steve Fannasy won in the 20-lap Trail Motors Super Sportsman event with Mike Spnagler winning the 20-lap Late Model event. Bill Brown Jr. picked up the 15-lap Classic Car feature event. Timothy Watson won the first ever Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Toll Booth race.

Steve Fannasy jumped out to an the early lead from his outside front row starting position in the Trail Motors Super Sportsman event. With only two caution flags on laps 3 and 7, Fannasy continued to perfect his line and led all 20 laps to pick uphis career first. Dave Calaman started twelth and ran out of time at the end of the race to make a run at Fannasy thus settling for second. Gregg Foster finished third with Raymond Myers and Rich Eichelberger completing the top five. Fannasy and Myers both won the caution free heat races.

Mike Spangler pick up his first career win in the Late Models as his engine expired in the first turn after the checkered flag fell. Jake Jones moved from tenth to finish second behind Spangler. Sean Merkel finished in thurd with Carl Graves also moving thorugh the field from his fourteenth staring position to finish fourth. Josh Kimmel rounded out the top five. Merkel, Spangler and Tim Fedder won the heat races and Jerry Bard won the consolation event.

Brown was the name in victory lane but this time it was Bill Brown Jr. besting the field of Classic Cars with this father and multi SSP winner Bill Brown Sr. coming home in second. Brown, Jr. took the early lead with Kurt Welsh overtaking him on the second lap. Brown, Jr. regained the lead on the third lap and never looed back. His father started thirteenth and finished just behind his son. Allen Cullum, Jamie Lloyd and Fred Cullum finished third, fourth and fifth. Brown Jr. and Sr. both won the heat races.

There was plenty of wild action in the first ever Mini Van Toll Booth Race presented by Speedway Auto Sales. Daryl Sipe jumped out to the early lead in the race in which every driver must come to a complete stop in one of the six “toll booth” lanes located just before the Start/Finish line. Sipe led the first four circuits with Timothy Watson perfecting the “stop and go” to take the lead on the fifth lap. J.R. Rodriguez made the race extremely interesting by coming from the last place position all the way to third but was unable to overtake second place finisher at the end. Ashman Brant and Sherry Kitner finished fourth and fifth respectively.

The Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, May 25 with the Great American School Buses, Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stock Cars and Legends Cars.

On Friday night, May 26, the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks will be in competition along with the York Haven Auto Sale Super Oval Mini Van race. The Super Oval race replaces the Mini Van Lazy Dog race which was originally scheduled.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand area at 5:00 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP continues its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. However, as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from May 18 or May 19, a $2.00 discount to the races on May 25 or 26 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

SSP Results from Friday, May 19, 2006
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 Laps): 1. Steve Fannasy, 2. Dave Calaman, 3. Gregg Foster, 4. Raymond Myers, 5. Rich Eichelberger, 6. Dave Socks, 7. Jim Shuttlesworth, 8. Jason Fry, 9. John Stehman, 10. Scott Dellingner, 11. Craig Morrow, 12. Joey Biasi, 13. Ryan Rupp, 14. Bill Brown, 15. Steve Wilbur, 16. Billy Schoffstall, 17. Bobby Hockenberry, 18. Aaron Eichelberger, 19. Smokey Snelbaker, 20. Brian Boughter, 21. Lanny Hake, 22. Chris Reed, 23. Russ Mitten, 24. Danny Hager, 25. Justin Stewart.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Fannasy 1-20.
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Fannasy and Myer

Late Model Feature (20 Laps): 1. Mike Spangler, 2. Jake Jones, 3. Sean Merkel, 4. Carl Graves, 5. Josh Kimmel, 6. Jake Lettich, 7. Colby Frye, 8. Steve Weikel, 9. Carl Billet, 10. Pat Beard, 11. Jerry Bard, 12. Gerry Stuttings Jr., 13. Larry Baer, 14. Scott McCann, 15. Steve Billet, 16. Rocky Magaro, 17. John Ebersole, 18. Tim Fedder, 19. Les Hare, 20. Bud Barton, 21. Justin Ehrhardt, 22. Terry Flaherty, 23. Randy Christine, Jr., DQ – Chuck Yingling; DNS – Gene Wrightstone, Robert Minnich, Charles Potts, Mike Leonard, Derrick Zirkle, John Moser, Tom Lainhart, Kyle Merkel, Darrel Henry, Roy Miller, Zachary Kauffman, Scott Lupfer, Sterling Kinard.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Fedder 1-4, Ebersole 5-7, Spangler 8-20.
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Merkel, Spangler, Fedder
CONSOLATION WINNER: Bard

Classic Cars Feature (15 Laps): 1. Bill Brown Jr, 2. Bill Brown Sr., 3. Allen Cullum, 4. Jamie Lloyd, 5. Fred Cullum, 6. Jim Crocker, 7. Jack Yingling, 8. Joe Snodgrass, 9. Al Daniels, 10. Kurt Welsh, 11. Pete Neal, 12. Allen Daniels, 13. Jim Snodgrass, 14. Joe Brown, 15. Glenn Elliott; DNS – Ron Ritenour, Randy Smith, Mark Jago.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Brown Jr. 1, Welsh 2, Brown Jr. 3-15.
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Brown Jr. and Brown Sr.

Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Toll Booth Race (8 Laps): 1. Timothy Watson, 2. Daryl Sipe, 3. J.R. Rodriguez, 4. Ashman Brant, 5. Sherry Kitner, 6. Travis Rife, 7. Jeff Svendsen, 8. David Kohr, 9. Kimberly Martino, 10. Rick Borger, 11. Carl Buffington, 12. Scott Conley, 13. Richy McClane, 14. Steve Smith, 15. David Olson, 16. Jason Anderson.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Sipe 1-4, Watson 5-8.


Heimbach Wins First Career SSP Sprint Car Feature on Thursday Night

Newberrytown, PA (May 18,2006) – Blane Heimbach finally quenched his thirst of beating the sprint car top guns Thursday night at Susquehanna Speedway Park. More importantly, it’s the first time the 24-year-old driver from Selinsgrove claimed a sprint car feature at the speedway. He is the 132nd different driver to win a main event at SSP.

Larry Hughes Jr. captured the 20-lap Xtreme Stock Car Feature while Bob Bender Jr. won the Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble main and Rob Casti captured the 12-lap Penn-Mar Vintage Car main.

"This division is so difficult and to get to this level and pass cars means a lot,” Heimbach said. It was the 30th career win at the track for car owner Jeff Creasy. "When you come here, you have to race against guys like Rahmer, Hodnett and Layton," Heimbach said. "You race against them and watch them win every weekend. You keep hoping that one day you can beat them.” Chad Layton settled for second followed by Greg Hodnett, Fred Rahmer and Cory Haas.

Bob Bennett grabbed the lead at the start. The field was placed under caution after the first lap when Glenndon Forsythe stopped in turn 2.Michael Carber bolted into the second spot on lap 3 and followed Bennett through the next caution on lap 5 when Alan Krimes had a left-front tire go flat. Heimbach jumped from third to second on the restart while Carber had stopped after developing mechanical problems.

Heimbach wrestled the lead from Bennett on lap 8 and cruised over the next several laps. He was tested on lap 22 when Alan Krimes and Mark Coldren crashed in turn 2. Heimbach wassuccessful at taking evasive action, but third-place driver Lance Dewease and Cody Darrah, who was running at the back of the field, were involved.

Heimbach made contact with Darrah but kept going. The contact broke a rear shock. Over the last three circuits, Heimbach wired the field while Layton fought off Hodnett. Bobby Weaver, Craig Keel, Cody Darrah, Bob Bennett and Glenndon Forsythe completed the top 10. Weaver and Krimes won the heat races.

Hughes led the final 17 circuits of the Xtreme Stock Car main. He defeated Bruce McClane, Tom Johns, Rocky Etline and Brent Fogelsanger.

Bob Bender Jr., who drove a car that was a replica to the one owned by his father and driven by Bobby Goodling and Ronnie Dunstan, led the last two laps of the Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble. He topped Rich Lomman, Eric Grinestaff, Randy Gladfelter and Jed Latshaw.

Rob Casti won the Modified portion of the Penn-Mar Vintage Stock Car main. Willie Brymesser won the Sportsman portion.

The next race at SSP will be tomorrow night, Friday night, May 19 with the Trail Motors Super Sportsman returning to SSP along with the Late Models and Classic Cars. There will also be a Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Toll Booth Race.

The Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, May 25 with the Great American School Buses, Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stock Cars and Legends Cars.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstans at 5:00 p.m. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night. Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

SSP Results from Thursday, May 18, 2006
Sprint Cars Feature (25 Laps): 1. Blaine Heimbach, 2. Chad Layton, 3. Greg Hodnett, 4. Fred Rahmer, 5. Cory Haas, 6. Bobby Weaver, 7. Craig Keel, 8. Cody Darrah, 9. Bob Bennett, 10. Glenndon Forsythe, 11. Scott Lutz, 12. Daryl Stimeling, 13. Tony Bruce, Jr., 14. Lance Dewease, 15. Alan Krimes, 16. Mark Coldren, 17. Chad Jumper, 18. Michael Carber.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Bennett 1–7, Heimbach 8-25.
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Weaver and Krimes

Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (20 Laps): 1. Larry Hughes, Jr., 2. Bruce McClane, 3. Tom Johns, 4. Rocky Etline, 5. Brent Fogelsanger, 6. Sam Rial, 7. Kevin Higgins, 8. Matt Smith. 9. Mike Goodwin, 10. Adam Smith, 11. Chris Heller, 12. Donnie Broderick, 13. Raymond Repp, 14. Doug Hansen Sr., 15. Trevor Stark, 16. John Hiden Jr., 17. Eric Snoke, 18. Travis Horan, 19. Charlie Pensinger, 20. Ken Acworth; DNS – Matt Wampler
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Horan 1, Hiden 2, Hughes 3-20
BPS Trucking Dash Winner: Gene Knaub

XSC Rookie Rumble Feature (15 Laps): 1. Bob Bender Jr.; 2. Rich Lomman; 3. Eric Grinestaff; 4. Randy Gladfelter; 5. Jed Latshaw; 6. Brian Shue; 7. Larry Landis; 8. Adam Doll; 9. Bob Minnich; 10. Penny Repp; 11. Randy Blank; 12. Shawn Higgins; 13. John Scrivens; 14. Kim Flanagan
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Lomman (1-4); Bender (5-11, 14-15); Scrivens (12-13).

Penn Mar Vintage Cars Feature (12 Laps): 1. Rob Casti (M); 2. Bob Campbell (M); 3. Paul Bacchus (M); 4. Pete Cobb (M); 5. Willie Brymesser (S); 6. Fred Krickbaum (S). Did Not Start: Bill Spence (S): M-Modified Division; S-Sportsman Division
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Casti (1-12)
HEAT WINNER: Casti.

SSP News and Notes:
- The National Sprint Tour visits SSP on Thursday, June 8, Friday, June 9 and Thursday, August 3. Raindates will be announced for all events if needed. General admission main grandstand tickets will be $30.00 each for each night of racing. There will be a limited number of 3,000 tickets available for advance purchase for the main grandstand area only. There will also be a limit of 400 children tickets (ages 6-12) available for $12.00 each. Children ages 5 and under will be admitted free. Once the tickets are sold, there will be no more tickets offered for the main grandstand area and pit passes may then be purchased to see the event.
All seating will be on a first-come, first-serve basis with the exception of the annual reserved seats. All advance ticket purchasers will be permitted to enter the grandstands one hour prior to the sale of grandstand tickets on raceday in order to pick their seats. Cooler size limits will be strictly enforced.
NST tickets may also be purchased now by sending a check or money order for the amount of tickets ordered along with a $4.00 fee per total order to cover the Certified Mail fees. Orders may be sent 3805 Natalie Lane, Dover, PA 17315. Phone orders with credit cards are also accepted by calling 717-292-1696.
- Dover NASCAR Race Bus Trip Available – The Newberry Business Association along with the Susquehanna Speedway Park are offering a bus trip to the Dover Int’l Speedway for the NASCAR race on Sunday, June 4 for $125.00 per person. The fees include roundtrip transportation and premium seats in the upper section of turns 3 & 4. The bus will leave from Bumper Bob’s Steak and Seafood at 6:00 a.m. Sunday morning. For more information or to reserve a seat, call (717) 938-8653, Ext.221.
- Trail Motors Automotive Discount – Anyone who takes an SSP ticket stub to Trail Motors located at 4620 Susquehanna Trail North, in York will receive special discounts for services provided by specialized auto technicians. The discounts include a State Inspection & Emissions Test for $38.74 (normally $48.74) or an oil change for $20.99 (normally $24.99).

May 19, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:35 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:45 p.m. Classic Cars and Mini Vans Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:55 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
7:05 p.m. - 7:25 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Classic Cars
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Late Models
Mini Vans
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Classic Cars Qualifying Heat Races (6 laps)
Speedway Auto Sales Toll Booth Mini Van Feature (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Classic Cars Feature (15 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Late Models Feature (20 laps)


Sprint Cars and Ugliest Car Contest at SSP on Thursday; Trail Motors Super Sportsman and Late Models Scheduled on Friday

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (May 16, 2006) – The Sprint Cars return to the Susquehanna Speedway Park on Thursday night, May 18 with the Xtreme Stock Cars and Penn Mar Vintage Cars. The Ugliest Car Contest will also be held on Thursday night. The winner will receive $100.00 and will be chosen by the fans in attendance. There is no entry fee, however all entrants must pre-enter by calling (717) 292-1696 or email toddafish@aol.com. Last week’s racing activities were cancelled due to rain.

The Trail Motors Super Sportsman will return on Friday, May 19 along with the Late Models and Classic Cars. There will also be a Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Toll Booth Race.

Last Friday night, the non-stop Trail Motors Super Sportsman 20-lap feature event was won by Steve Wilbur. Wilbur fell 0.59 seconds short of breaking the old 20-lap track record held by Danny Hager from 4-16-95. The eleven year old mark was 6 minutes and 31.00 seconds. Joey Hoffer became the fourth different Street Stock winner in as many events.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m on Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. However, as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from May 4 or May 12, a $2.00 discount to the races on May 18 or 19 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park
www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170
May 18, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $20.00; Non members - $22.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $14.00; Teens (13- 17) –
$10.00;Children (12 & under) – Free
6:30 p.m. Sprint Cars Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for that night.
6:45 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars & Women on Penn Mar Vintage Cars Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:50 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Xtreme Stock (Rookie Rumble)
Penn Mar Vintage Cars
Sprint Cars
Xtreme Stock Cars
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. BPS Trucking Xtreme Stock Car Elimination Dash (4 laps)
Sprint Cars Qualiying Heat Races (10 laps)
Penn Mar Vintage Cars Qualiying Heat Races (6 laps)
Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble Feature (20 laps) – 20 minute time limit
Sprint Cars Consolation Race (10 laps) – if necessary.
Penn Mar Vintage Cars Feature (12 laps)
Ugliest Car Contest – Frontstretch
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Sprint Cars Feature (25 laps)
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (20 laps w/ <20 cars; 25 laps w/ 20 to 29 cars; 30 laps
w/ 30+ cars) – 30 minute time limit

May 19, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:35 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:45 p.m. Street Stocks and Mini Vans Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:55 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
7:05 p.m. - 7:25 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order)
Rotation: Street Stocks
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Late Models
Mini Vans
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Classic Cars Qualifying Heat Races (6 laps)
Speedway Auto Sales Toll Booth Mini Van Feature (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Classic Cars Feature (15 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Late Models Feature (20 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
- The National Sprint Tour visits SSP on Thursday, June 8, Friday, June 9 and Thursday, August 3. Raindates will be announced for all events if needed. General admission main grandstand tickets will be $30.00 each for each night of racing. There will be a limited number of 3,000 tickets available for advance purchase for the main grandstand area only. There will also be a limit of 400 children tickets (ages 6-12) available for $12.00 each. Children ages 5 and under will be admitted free. Once the tickets are sold, there will be no more tickets offered for the main grandstand area and pit passes may then be purchased to see the event.
All seating will be on a first-come, first-serve basis with the exception of the annual reserved seats. All advance ticket purchasers will be permitted to enter the grandstands one hour prior to the sale of grandstand tickets on raceday in order to pick their seats. Cooler size limits will be strictly enforced.
NST tickets may also be purchased now by sending a check or money order for the amount of tickets ordered along with a $4.00 fee per total order to cover the Certified Mail fees. Orders may be sent 3805 Natalie Lane, Dover, PA 17315. Phone orders with credit cards are also accepted by calling 717-292-1696.
- Dover NASCAR Race Bus Trip Available – The Newberry Business Association along with the Susquehanna Speedway Park are offering a bus trip to the Dover Int’l Speedway for the NASCAR race on Sunday, June 4 for $125.00 per person. The fees include roundtrip transportation and premium seats in the upper section of turns 3 & 4. The bus will leave from Bumper Bob’s Steak and Seafood at 6:00 a.m. Sunday morning. For more information or to reserve a seat, call (717) 938-8653, Ext.221.
- Trail Motors Automotive Discount – Anyone who takes an SSP ticket stub to Trail Motors located at 4620 Susquehanna Trail North, in York will receive special discounts for services provided by specialized auto technicians. The discounts include a State Inspection & Emissions Test for $38.74 (normally $48.74) or an oil change for $20.99 (normally $24.99).
- Schedule Change – The “Salute to the Armed Forces” Thrill show scheduled for Saturday, May 27 which included the Smashmasters Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks, Fireworks and more has been cancelled.

2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Point Championships
(as of May 15, 2006)
A complete point rundown for each division may be found at www.sspracing.net.
 

Sprint Cars:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points 

  1      77      Greg Hodnett (2)      Memphis, TN                      388

  2      12      Chad Layton            Harrisburg, PA                     379    

          22      Fred Rahmer (2)       Salfordsville, PA                 379   

  4      25      Lance Dewease        Fayetteville, PA                   373

  5      12      Blane Heimbach        Selinsgrove, PA                   346

  6        9      Craig Keel                Weedsport, NY                   314   

  7      69      Michael Carber         Telford, PA                        310   

  8      11c     Cory Haas               York, PA                           290

  9      28J     Chad Jumper            Marysville, PA                    288

          87      Alan Krimes              Denver, PA                        288

 

Xtreme Stock Cars:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1      57      Gene Knaub (3)        Dover, PA                         391

  2        4J     Larry Hughes Jr. (1)  York Haven, PA                  369

  3      17G     Mike Goodwin           Wellsville, PA                     363    

  4      10      Charlie Pensinger      Shippensburg, PA               355   

  5      99      Chris Heller              Carlisle, PA                         336

  6      42      Adam Smith             Lewisberry, PA                   329   

  7      11      Sam Rial                  Windsor, PA                       323

  8      22      Matt Smith              Carlisle, PA                        318

  9      96      Eric Snoke               Fleetwood, PA                             316

 10     21H     Travis Horan            York, PA                           313

         

Trail Motors Super Sportsman:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1      19      Dave Calaman (2)     Carlisle, PA                        291

  2      22H     Jim Shuttlesworth     Lewisberry, PA                   273   

  3      77      Russ Mitten             Newville, PA                      261   

  4        8      Rich Eichelberger      York Springs, PA                 256

  5        1      John Stehman          Halifax, PA                        240

  6      80      Craig Morrow            Enola, PA                          238

  7      59      Steve Wilbur (1)       Mechanicsburg, PA             237

  8      32      Smokey Snelbaker     Dover, PA                         233

  9      07      Billy Schoffstall         Orwin, PA                          230

 10     33      Ryan Rupp               Dillsburg, PA                      229

 

Street Stocks:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1      21K     Kory Sites               Hamburg, PA                      370

  2      69      George Eash (1)       Jonestown, PA                   344

  3      80      Wes Alleman            Newville, PA                      340

  4      35      Gary Johnston Shippensburg, PA               334

  5        99    Chad Smith (1)         Halifax, PA                        332

  6      25H     Brian Hauenstein       Carlisle, PA                        331

          33      Joe Whiteley            Windsor, PA                       331

  8      88w    Eric Walker               Middletown, PA                  327

  9      21H     Joey Hoffer (1)         Annville, PA                        314

10      22s     Steven Dove            Lebanon, PA                      304

          Other Feature Winner – Sam Leonard Jr.

 

Late Models:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1      91      Chuck Yingling          Mt. Wolf, PA                      182    

  2      43      Jake Jones (1)          Shermansdale, PA               159

  3      20      Steve Billet              Mt. Wolf, PA                      156

  4        0      Larry Baer               Dover, PA                          154

  5      26      Jerry Bard                Shippensburg, PA               152

            6      Josh Kimmel             Dillsburg, PA                      152

  7        8      Les Hare (1)            Stewartstown, PA              150

  8      69      Justin Ehrhart           Dover, PA                         149

  9     NINE    Carl Graves              Duncannon, PA                  148

 10         9w  Steve Weikel            Mt. Penn, PA                     147

 

Legends Cars:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1      17R     Jason Rochelle (2)     Schnecksville, PA               297

  2        7R    Ronnie Dunstan (1)   Coplay, PA                        288

  3      48      Randy Kissinger        Columbia, PA                     265

  4        7      Geremy Sheaffer       Ickesburg, PA                    259

  5      769     Stephen Nederostek  Walnutsport, PA                 257

  6      29G     Lawrence Garrison     Beaver Springs, PA             242

  7      19      Joshua Morrow         Hamburg, PA                      240

  8     555      Bill Harris                 Duncannon, PA                   226

  9      54      Jason Ewing             McClure, PA                       212

 10     71      Bob Murray              Upperco, PA                      211    

 

ARDC Midgets:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1        9      Steve Lenig             Selinsgrove, PA                  185

  2      18      Donnie Trent (1)       Honeybrook, PA                  180

          21      Andy Martin             Gordonville, PA                   180

15      Tom Hessert            Cherry Hill, NJ           180

  5        5      Steve Buckwalter (1) Royersford, PA                    176   

  6      10      Frank Polimeda         Fort Lee, NJ                       166

  7      11      Eric Heydenreich       Bloomsburg, PA                   163

  8        3      Tracy Miller              Rancho Cucamonga, CA       154   

  9      86      Tracy Readinger       Oley, PA                           150

 10       4      Michelle Miller           Reading, PA                       143

 

Classic Cars:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1      88      Bill Brown Sr. (1)       Woodbridge, MD                 100

  2      12      Allen Cullum             Hampstead, MD                     97

  3      12c     Jim Crocker              Reisterstown, MD                  94    

  4      21      Kurt Welsh               Marriottsville, MD                   91

  5      34      Joe Snodgrass          Catonsville, MD                      88

  6      95      Fred Cullum              Manchester, MD                    86

  7        7      Jamie Lloyd              Reisterstown, MD                   84  

  8      35      Jack Yingling            Ellicott City, MD                     82

  9      55      Glenn Elliott             Sykesville, MD              80

10        8      Bill Brown Jr.            Mt. Airy, MD                         78

 

The Great American School Buses:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1      1w      J.R. Rodriguez (1)     Dover, PA                         100

  2        0      Ralph Messinger        Wellsville, PA                        97

  3      5.0     Brandt Fink              Dover, PA                            94    

  4      10      Alan Witmer             Dover, PA                           91

  5      777     Jeff Ebersole            Lewisberry, PA                      88

  6      12K     Josh Rodriguez         Enola, PA                             86

  7      74      Larry Miller               Camp Hill, PA                        84  

  8      89      Van Baker                Red Lion, PA                         82

  9      44DD   Heidi Thomas           Lewisberry, PA                      80

10      01      Ben Engle                Camp Hill, PA                        78

 

Four Cylinder Stock Cars:

Rank   Car #   Driver Name             Hometown, State               Points          

  1      13      Ed Hollenbach (1)     Fredericksburg, PA              100

  2      11s     John Stoll Jr.            Wellsville, PA                        97

  3        5      Dustin Hollinger         Lebanon, PA                         94    

  4                Mark Digges             Front Royal, VA                     91

  5       121    Bryan Michael           Jonestown, PA                      88

  6      76      Ronnie Garlock          Mapleton Depton, PA              86

  7      10      Jerry Schott Jr.        Jonestown, PA                      84  

  8      12      Eric Hollenbach         Fredericksburg, PA                 82

  9        9      Randy Wible             Three Springs, PA                  80

10      77      Joe Jakubic              Chambersburg, PA                 78

 

         Feature Wins denoted in parenthesis (  )

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Wilbur, Hoffer, Rochelle and Richcreek All Pick Up Their First 2006 SSP Wins on Friday Night

Newberrytown, PA (May 12, 2006) – The hot starting spot of the night was the outside front row as two out of the four feature winners started in that position. Steve Wilbur won the non-stop Trail Motors Super Sportsman feature event at the Susquehanna Speedway Park on Friday evening. Joey Hoffer wired the field to win the exciting Street Stock feature event. Jason Rochelle won the Legends Cars event. Babe Richcreek picked up another career victory for the Richcreek family in the Speedway Auto Sales Women on Wheels Mini Van race.

The non-stop Trail Motors Super Sportsman 20 lap feature event was won by outside front row starter, Steve Wilbur. Wilbur fell 0.59 seconds short of breaking the old 20-lap track record held by Danny Hager from 4-16-95. The eleven year old mark was 6 minutes and 31.00 seconds. The closeness to the old mark is a testimonial to the lack of major changes to the rules over then past fifteen years. Frankie Herr and Dave Calaman moved furiously through the pack but had to settle for second and fourth places respectively. Both drivers started midway through the field in eleventh and twelfth positions. Finishing third was the heat race winner John Stehman. Tenth place started, Jim Shuttlesworth also moved through the field to round out the top five. The other heat race wins went to Wilbur and Herr. Ryan Rupp won the consolation event.

Also from his outside front row starting spot, Joey Hoffer jumped into the early lead and never looked back. Had he looked back he would have seen many challengers throughout the entire 20 lap event. Joe Whitely and Brian Hauenstein pursued the young Hoffer, but were unable to make the pass for the lead. Both drivers had to settle for second and third place respectively. Kory Sites and Chad Smith rounded out the top five positions. Heat race wins went to Whitely and Chad Milliken.

The Legends Cars almost saw the third outside front row starter of the night win the third feature event. Tim Tomson led the first fourteen circuits before twelfth place starter Jason Rochelle made a last lap pace for the victory. Tomson settled for second with Ronnie Dunstan in third. Stephen Nederostek and Rodney Kistler came home fourth and fifth. A stellar field of 35 cars saw Greg Burd, Tomson and Randy Kissinger winning the heat races. Lawrence Garrison won the consolation event.

In the 10-lap Speedway Auto Sales Women on Wheels Mini Van Race, Babe Richcreek continued the winning ways of the Richcreek dynasty by picking up the win. The late Butch Richcreek won several Street Stock championships and feature wins throughout his Susquehanna Speedway career. His son, Butchy Richcreek has carried on the tradition with 10 career Mini Van victories and now Butchy’s mother has added her name to the SSP career winners list. Amy Crider jumped out to an early lead and led the first seven circuits of the race. On the eighth lap, Mean Aunt Helen overtook Crider and was passed one lap later by Richcreek. Weaving in and out of lapped traffic at the end, Richcreek held off Crider for the win with a hard charging Deanna Frye finishing third. Mean Aunt Helen finished fourth followed by Melissa Deskin in fifth.

The Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, May 18 with the Xtreme Stock Cars and Penn Mar Vintage Cars. The Ugliest Car Contest will also be held on Thursday night. The winner will receive $100.00 and will be chosen by the fans in attendance. There is no entry fee, however all entrants must pre-enter by calling (717) 292-1696 or email toddafish@aol.com.

The Trail Motors Super Sportsman will return on Friday, May 19 along with the Late Models and Classic Cars. There will also be a Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Toll Booth Race.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP continues its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. However, as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from May 4 or May 12, a $2.00 discount to the races on May 18 or 19 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

SSP Results from Friday, May 12, 2006
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 Laps): 1. Steve Wilbur, 2. Frankie Herr, 3. John Stehman, 4. Dave Calaman, 5. Jim Shuttlesworth, 6. Bobby Hockenberry, 7. Raymond Myers, 8. Rich Eichelberger, 9. Russ Mitten, 10. Billy Schoffstall, 11. Paul Miller, 12. Brian Boughter, 13. Craig Morrow, 14. Smokey Snellbaker,15. Ryan Rupp, 16. Scott Dellinger, 17. Gregg Foster, 18. Dave Socks, 19. Steve Fannasy, 20. Lanny Hake, 21. Jason Fry, 22. Aaron Eichelberger, 23. Scott Snyder, 24. Chris Reed; DNQ - Trevor Utt, Pat Kelly, Justin Stewart.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Wilbur 1-20.
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Stehman, Wilbur and Herr
CONSOLATION WINNER: Rupp

Street Stock Feature (20 Laps): 1. Joey Hoffer, 2. Joe Whiteley, 3. Brian Hauenstein, 4. Kory Sites, 5. Chad Smith, 6. Kirby Sites, 7. Wes Alleman, 8. Sam Leonard Jr., 9. George Eash, 10. Kyle Saylor, 11. Gary Johnston, 12. Randy Zechman, 13. Eric Walker, 14. Chad Millikin, 15. Doug Hoffman, 16. Carmen Caltabiano, 17. Steven Dove, 18. M.R. Teal, 19. Bruce Nichols, 20. Tim Drawbaugh, 21. Dave Thompson, Jr., 22. Jenn Scott, 23. Bob Gutshall, 24. Scott Thunberg.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Hoffer 1-20
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Whiteley and Millikin

Legends Cars Feature (15 Laps): 1. Jason Rochelle, 2. Tim Tomson, 3. Ronnie Dunstan, 4. Stephen Nederostek, 5. Rodney Kistler, 6. Randy Kissinger, 7. Geremy Sheaffer, 8. Greg Burd, 9. Jason Ewing, 10. Robert Sobieski, 11. Jeff Condran, 12. Rick Harring, 13. Bill Harris, 14. Shawn Arndt, 15. Lawrence Garrison, 16. Pat MCDermott, 17. Nathan Fisher, 18. Lamar Shaffer, 19. Ed Wentz, 20. Bob Murray, 21. Pat Zellers, 22. Allen Felix, 23. Rodney Adams, 24. Joshua Morrow; DNQ – Chad Gladfelter, Ferris Fane, Tyler Bear, Denny Willey, Amy Staver, Ken Keyton, Nathan Van Zandt, Denny Rothermal, Bob Lash and James Black.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Tomson 1-14, Rochelle 15
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Burd, Tomson and Kissinger
CONSOLATION WINNER: Garrison

Speedway Auto Sales Women on Wheels Mini Van Race (10 Laps): 1. Babe Richcreek, Jr., 2. Amy Crider, 3. Deanna Fry, 4. Mean Aunt Helen, 5. Melissa Deskin, 6. Laura Dieter, 7. Mandy Deskin
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Crider 1-7, Helen 8, Richcreek 9-10.


RACING AT SSP ON THURSDAY NIGHT CANCELLED DUE TO RAIN

Newberrytown, PA (May 11, 2006) - The racing events scheduled for Thursday night, May 11 have been postponed due to afternoon rain showers and forecasted severe weather for the evening. There is not raindate for the event and it will not be made up at a later date.

The next race at SSP will be tomorrow night, Friday night, May 12 with the Trail Motors Super Sportsman will return to SSP along with the Street Stocks and Legends Cars. There will also be a Speedway Auto Sales Women on Wheels Mini Van Race. There will also be a gift for all mothers to be distributed just before the Street Stock feature event.

The Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, May 18 along with the Xtreme Stock Cars and the Penn Mar Vintage Cars. The Ugliest Car Contest will also be held on Thursday night. The winner will receive $100.00 and will be chosen by the fans in attendance. There is no entry fee, however all entrants must pre-enter by calling (717) 292-1696 or email toddafish@aol.com.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m. in 2006 for both Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $8.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. However, as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from May 4 or May 5, a $2.00 discount to the races on May 12 or 18 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

May 12, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:40 p.m. Street Stocks, Legends Cars and Mini Vans Driver’s Meeting —(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:50 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
7:00 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Street Stocks
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Legends Cars
Women on Wheels (W.O.W.) Mini Vans
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Legends Cars Qualiying Heat Races (6 laps)
Speedway Auto Sales Women on Wheels Mini Van Feature (10 laps)
Street Stocks Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Legends Cars Consolation Race (6 laps) – if necessary.
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Street Stocks Feature (20 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Legends Cars Feature (15 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
- On Saturday, May 13, the Newberry Township Police Department will hold its 4th Annual Open House from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at its police station at 905 Old Trail Road in Etters, PA. The community will be able to tour the station and view the various vehicles used by the police department. A Child ID Station will also be available on site. For more info, call 717-938-2608 or visit www.newberrytwp.com.
- The National Sprint Tour visits SSP on Thursday, June 8, Friday, June 9 and Thursday, August 3. Raindates will be announced for all events if needed. General admission main grandstand tickets will be $30.00 each for each night of racing. There will be a limited number of 3,000 tickets available for advance purchase for the main grandstand area only. There will also be a limit of 400 children tickets (ages 6-12) available for $12.00 each. Children ages 5 and under will be admitted free. Once the tickets are sold, there will be no more tickets offered for the main grandstand area and pit passes may then be purchased to see the event.
All seating will be on a first-come, first-serve basis with the exception of the annual reserved seats. All advance ticket purchasers will be permitted to enter the grandstands one hour prior to the sale of grandstand tickets on raceday in order to pick their seats. Cooler size limits will be strictly enforced.
NST tickets may also be purchased now by sending a check or money order for the amount of tickets ordered along with a $4.00 fee per total order to cover the Certified Mail fees. Orders may be sent 3805 Natalie Lane, Dover, PA 17315. Phone orders with credit cards are also accepted by calling 717-292-1696.
- Dover NASCAR Race Bus Trip Available – The Newberry Business Association along with the Susquehanna Speedway Park are offering a bus trip to the Dover Int’l Speedway for the NASCAR race on Sunday, June 4 for $125.00 per person. The fees include roundtrip transportation and premium seats in the upper section of turns 3 & 4. The bus will leave from Bumper Bob’s Steak and Seafood at 6:00 a.m. Sunday morning. For more information or to reserve a seat, call (717) 938-8653, Ext.221.
- Trail Motors Automotive Discount – Anyone who takes an SSP ticket stub to Trail Motors located at 4620 Susquehanna Trail North, in York will receive special discounts for services provided by specialized auto technicians. The discounts include a State Inspection & Emissions Test for $38.74 (normally $48.74) or an oil change for $20.99 (normally $24.99).
- Schedule Change – The “Salute to the Armed Forces” Thrill show scheduled for Saturday, May 27 which included the Smashmasters Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks, Fireworks and more has been cancelled.


Mother Appreciation Night Featuring Sprint Cars at SSP on Thursday; Trail Motors Super Sportsman Return on Friday

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (May 9, 2006) – It will be Mother’s Appreciation Night when the Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, May 11 with the Xtreme Stock Cars and the Women on Wheels (W.O.W.) Stock Cars. There will also be a gift for all mothers to be distributed just before the Sprint Car feature event.

Last week, Salfordsville’s Fred Rahmer picked up his 30th career SSP Sprint Car feature victory and is just 5 wins away from equaling the all-time Sprint Car feature win leader Johnny Mackison Sr. Also last week, Brent Fogelsanger of Etters won his third XSC Rookie Rumble of the season and now must move up to the Xtreme Stock Car division.

On Friday night, May 12 the Trail Motors Super Sportsman will return to SSP along with the Street Stocks and Legends Cars. There will also be a Speedway Auto Sales Women on Wheels Mini Van Race.

Carlisle’s Dave Calaman looks for his fourth consecutive Trail Motors Super Sportsman win this Friday. The streak began with the final race of the 2005 season. The highly competitive Street Stock division returns with the possibility of another new face visiting victory lane. No driver has been able to repeat during the first three races of the 2006 season as Sam Leonard, Jr., George Eash and Chad Smith have all picked up wins this season.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m on Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. However, as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from May 4 or May 5, a $2.00 discount to the races on May 11 or 12 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170

May 11, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $20.00; Non members - $22.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $14.00; Teens (13-17) – $10.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:30 p.m. Sprint Cars Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for that night.
6:45 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars & Women on Wheels Stock Cars Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:50 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Xtreme Stock (Rookie Rumble)
Women on Wheels (W.O.W.) Stock Cars
Sprint Cars
Xtreme Stock Cars
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. BPS Trucking Xtreme Stock Car Elimination Dash (4 laps)
Sprint Cars Qualiying Heat Races (10 laps)
Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble Feature (20 laps) – 20 minute time limit
Sprint Cars Consolation Race (10 laps) – if necessary.
Women on Wheels (W.O.W.) Stock Cars Feature (15 laps)
Mother’s Appreciation Gifts
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Sprint Cars Feature (25 laps)
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (20 laps w/ <20 cars; 25 laps w/ 20 to 29 cars; 30 laps
w/ 30+ cars) – 30 minute time limit

May 12, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:40 p.m. Street Stocks, Legends Cars and Mini Vans Driver’s Meeting —(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:50 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
7:00 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Street Stocks
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Legends Cars
Women on Wheels (W.O.W.) Mini Vans (2 laps)
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Legends Cars Qualiying Heat Races (6 laps)
Speedway Auto Sales Women on Wheels Mini Van Feature (10 laps)
Street Stocks Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Legends Cars Consolation Race (6 laps) – if necessary.
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Street Stocks Feature (20 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Legends Cars Feature (15 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
- Ugliest Car Contest – The Ugliest Car Contest will be held on Thursday, May 18. The winner will receive $100.00 and will be chosen by the fans in attendance. There is no entry fee, however all entrants must pre-enter by calling (717) 292-1696 or email toddafish@aol.com.
- The National Sprint Tour visits SSP on Thursday, June 8, Friday, June 9 and Thursday, August 3. Raindates will be announced for all events if needed. General admission main grandstand tickets will be $30.00 each for each night of racing. There will be a limited number of 3,000 tickets available for advance purchase for the main grandstand area only. There will also be a limit of 400 children tickets (ages 6-12) available for $12.00 each. Children ages 5 and under will be admitted free. Once the tickets are sold, there will be no more tickets offered for the main grandstand area and pit passes may then be purchased to see the event.
All seating will be on a first-come, first-serve basis with the exception of the annual reserved seats. All advance ticket purchasers will be permitted to enter the grandstands one hour prior to the sale of grandstand tickets on raceday in order to pick their seats. Cooler size limits will be strictly enforced.
NST tickets may also be purchased now by sending a check or money order for the amount of tickets ordered along with a $4.00 fee per total order to cover the Certified Mail fees. Orders may be sent 3805 Natalie Lane, Dover, PA 17315. Phone orders with credit cards are also accepted by calling 717-292-1696.
- Dover NASCAR Race Bus Trip Available – The Newberry Business Association along with the Susquehanna Speedway Park are offering a bus trip to the Dover Int’l Speedway for the NASCAR race on Sunday, June 4 for $125.00 per person. The fees include roundtrip transportation and premium seats in the upper section of turns 3 & 4. The bus will leave from Bumper Bob’s Steak and Seafood at 6:00 a.m. Sunday morning. For more information or to reserve a seat, call (717) 938-8653, Ext.221.
- Trail Motors Automotive Discount – Anyone who takes an SSP ticket stub to Trail Motors located at 4620 Susquehanna Trail North, in York will receive special discounts for services provided by specialized auto technicians. The discounts include a State Inspection & Emissions Test for $38.74 (normally $48.74) or an oil change for $20.99 (normally $24.99).
- Schedule Change – The “Salute to the Armed Forces” Thrill show scheduled for Saturday, May 27 which included the Smashmasters Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks, Fireworks and more has been cancelled.

2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Point Championships
(as of May 8, 2006)
A complete point rundown for each division may be found at sspracing.net.
Sprint Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 77 Greg Hodnett (2) Memphis, TN 388
2 12 Chad Layton Harrisburg, PA 379
22 Fred Rahmer (2) Salfordsville, PA 379
4 25 Lance Dewease Fayetteville, PA 373
5 12 Blane Heimbach Selinsgrove, PA 346
6 9 Craig Keel Weedsport, NY 314
7 69 Michael Carber Telford, PA 310
8 11c Cory Haas York, PA 290
9 28J Chad Jumper Marysville, PA 288
87 Alan Krimes Denver, PA 288

Xtreme Stock Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 57 Gene Knaub (3) Dover, PA 391
2 4J Larry Hughes Jr. (1) York Haven, PA 369
3 17G Mike Goodwin Wellsville, PA 363
4 10 Charlie Pensinger Shippensburg, PA 355
5 99 Chris Heller Carlisle, PA 336
6 42 Adam Smith Lewisberry, PA 329
7 11 Sam Rial Windsor, PA 323
8 22 Matt Smith Carlisle, PA 318
9 96 Eric Snoke Fleetwood, PA 316
10 21H Travis Horan York, PA 313

Trail Motors Super Sportsman:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 19 Dave Calaman (2) Carlisle, PA 200
2 22H Jim Shuttlesworth Lewisberry, PA 185
3 77 Russ Mitten Newville, PA 181
4 8 Rich Eichelberger York Springs, PA 174
5 1B Joey Biasi Marysville, PA 166
80 Criag Morrow Enola, PA 166
7 32 Smokey Snelbaker Dover, PA 163
8 33 Ryan Rupp Dillsburg, PA 161
9 07 Billy Schoffstall Orwin, PA 152
10 1 John Stehman Halifax, PA 146

Street Stocks:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 21K Kory Sites Hamburg, PA 279
2 69 George Eash (1) Jonestown, PA 264
3 35 Gary Johnston Shippensburg, PA 258
4 80 Wes Alleman Newville, PA 256
5 88w Eric Walker Middletown, PA 255
6 99 Chad Smith (1) Halifax, PA 244
7 22s Steven Dove Lebanon, PA 240
12 Scott Thunberg Myerstown, PA 240
9 25H Brian Hauenstein Carlisle, PA 237
10 33 Joe Whiteley Windsor, PA 234

Late Models:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 91 Chuck Yingling Mt. Wolf, PA 182
2 43 Jake Jones (1) Shermansdale, PA 159
3 20 Steve Billet Mt. Wolf, PA 156
4 0 Larry Baer Dover, PA 154
5 26 Jerry Bard Shippensburg, PA 152
6 Josh Kimmel Dillsburg, PA 152
7 8 Les Hare (1) Stewartstown, PA 150
8 69 Justin Ehrhart Dover, PA 149
9 NINE Carl Graves Duncannon, PA 148
10 9w Steve Weikel Mt. Penn, PA 147

Legends Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 17R Jason Rochelle (1) Schnecksville, PA 197
2 7R Ronnie Dunstan (1) Coplay, PA 194
3 19 Joshua Morrow Hamburg, PA 185
4 48 Randy Kissinger Columbia, PA 179
5 7 Geremy Sheaffer Ickesburg, PA 175
6 29G Lawrence Garrison Beaver Springs, PA 174
7 769 Stephen Nederostek Walnutsport, PA 166
8 sss Bill Harris Duncannon, PA 154
9 71 Bob Murray Upperco, PA 152
10 22 Randy Fetteroff Dauphin, PA 144

ARDC Midgets:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 9 Steve Lenig Selinsgrove, PA 185
2 18 Donnie Trent (1) Honeybrook, PA 180
2 1 Andy Martin Gordonville, PA 180
   15 Tom Hessert Cherry Hill, NJ 180
5 5 Steve Buckwalter (1) Royersford, PA 176
6 10 Frank Polimeda Fort Lee, NJ 166
7 11 Eric Heydenreich Bloomsburg, PA 163
8 3 Tracy Miller Rancho Cucamonga, CA 154
9 86 Tracy Readinger Oley, PA 150
10 4 Michelle Miller Reading, PA 143

Classic Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 88 Bill Brown Sr. (1) Woodbridge, MD 100
2 12 Allen Cullum Hampstead, MD 97
3 12c Jim Crocker Reisterstown, MD 94
4 21 Kurt Welsh Marriottsville, MD 91
5 34 Joe Snodgrass Catonsville, MD 88
6 95 Fred Cullum Manchester, MD 86
7 7 Jamie Lloyd Reisterstown, MD 84
8 35 Jack Yingling Ellicott City, MD 82
9 55 Glenn Elliott Sykesville, MD 80
10 8 Bill Brown Jr. Mt. Airy, MD 78

The Great American School Buses:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 1w J.R. Rodriguez (1) Dover, PA 100
2 0 Ralph Messinger Wellsville, PA 97
3 5.0 Brandt Fink Dover, PA 94
4 10 Alan Witmer Dover, PA 91
5 777 Jeff Ebersole Lewisberry, PA 88
6 12K Josh Rodriguez Enola, PA 86
7 74 Larry Miller Camp Hill, PA 84
8 89 Van Baker Red Lion, PA 82
9 44DD Heidi Thomas Lewisberry, PA 80
10 01 Ben Engle Camp Hill, PA 78

Four Cylinder Stock Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 13 Ed Hollenbach (1) Fredericksburg, PA 100
2 11s John Stoll Jr. Wellsville, PA 97
3 5 Dustin Hollinger Lebanon, PA 94
4 Mark Digges Front Royal, VA 91
5 121 Bryan Michael Jonestown, PA 88
6 76 Ronnie Garlock Mapleton Depton, PA 86
7 10 Jerry Schott Jr. Jonestown, PA 84
8 12 Eric Hollenbach Fredericksburg, PA 82
9 9 Randy Wible Three Springs, PA 80
10 77 Joe Jakubic Chambersburg, PA 78

Feature Wins denoted in parenthesis ( )


Buckwalter, Leonard, Richcreek and Hare Win at SSP on Friday Night

Newberrytown, PA (May 5, 2006) - Steve Buckwalter won the thrilling 20-lap ARDC Midget at the Susquehanna Speedway Park on Friday evening. Sam Leonard Jr. wired the field to win the Street Stock feature event as did Les Hare in Late Model action. Butch Richcreek picked up another career victory in the York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Construction race.

In ARDC Midget action, polesitter Corey Becker jumped out to the early lead over Michelle Miller. On the fourth circuit, Steve Buckwalter went from fourth to first and never looked back. A tremendous battle for position occurred behind Buckwalter for the remainder of the race. Two cautions on laps nine and eleven closed the field behind Buckwalter but no one was able to challenge Buckwalter for the lead with the exception of second place finisher and 2005 ARDC Champion, Ray Bull on the lap eleven restart. Bull nosed under Buckwalter in turn one and two, but could not get the run he needed to complete the pass. Behind Buckwater and Bull, Tom Hessert, Eric Heydenreich and Steve Lenig completed the top five. Heat wins went to Donnie Trent and Tom Hessert.

Sam Leonard Jr. picked up the 20-lap Street Stock feature event as he led every lap of the feature from the pole position. Scott Thunberg and Chad Smith challenged Leonard but had to settle for second and third respectively. 2005 SSP Street Stock champion Wes Alleman finished fourth with Kory Sites finishing fifth. Heat race wins went to Leonard and Kyle Saylor.

Chad Smith won the Clean Technologies Young Guns Street Stock Dash featuring drivers 21 years of age and younger. There will be three more dash races on June 23, July 28 and August 18.

In the 10-lap York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Construction Race, Butch Richcreek picked up the victory over early leader Raul Anavitarte. Anavitarte jumped out to any early lead from his outside front row starting spot. For the first seven laps, Anavitarte set the pace as Richcreek moved methodically through the field from his tenth starting spot. A caution on lap 7 put Richcreek on the rear bumper of Anavitarte. On the restart, Richcreek passed second place finisher Anavitarte and then cruised to the victory. Daryl Sipe, Jeff Svendsena and Mark Amsbaugh rounded out the top five.

In a caution-filled Late Model feature event, Les Hare stayed up front for the entire event from his pole position starting spot. The hard charger award of the night goes to Coleby Frye who finished second, coming all the way from a 17th place starting position. Frye edged out Justin Ehrhart by a nose at the finish. Scott Lupfer and Chuck Yingling rounded out the top five. Yingling also moved from a starting spot deep in the pack to finish in the top five. Lupfer, Hare and Rocky Magaro won the heat races as Pat Beard won the consolation event.

The Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, May 11 with the Xtreme Stock Cars and Women on Wheels Stock Cars. It will also be Mother’s Appreciation Night in which all mothers will receive a special gift.

The Trail Motors Super Sportsman will return on Friday, May 12 along with the Street Stocks and Legends Cars. There will also be a Women on Wheels Mini Van Race.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m on Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP continues its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. However, as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from May 4 or May 5, a $2.00 discount to the races on May 11 or 12 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

SSP Results from Friday, May 5, 2006
ARDC Wingless Midgets Feature (20 Laps): 1. Steve Buckwalter, 2. Ray Bull, 3. Tom Hessert, 4. Eric Heydenreich, 5. Steve Lenig, 6. Andy Martin, 7. Michelle Miller, 8. Bryan Kobylarz, 9. Donnie Trent, 10. Frank Polimeda, 11. Tracy Readinger, 12. P.J. Gargiulo, 13. Steve Craig, 14. Tracy Miller, 15. Carey Becker, 16. Mike Miller, 17. Dave Shirk, 18. Scott Zipp, 19. Robert Goerner, 20. Chris Zrinski, 21. Bill Case Jr., 22. Kathy Kurtz, 23. A.J. Ernesto.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Becker 1-3, Buckwalter 4-20
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Trent and Hessert

Late Model Feature (20 Laps): 1. Les Hare, 2. Coleby Frye, 3. Justin Ehrhart, 4. Scott Lupfer, 5. Chuck Yingling, 6. Sterling Kinard, 7. Larry Baer, 8. Jake Lettich, 9. Mark Billetm 10. Terry Flaherty, 11. Carl Graves, 12. Sean Merkel, 13. Jerry Bard, 14. Steve Billet, 15. Bud Barton, 16. Pat Beard, 17. Josh Kimmel, 18. Gary Potts, 19. Mike Spangler, 20. Jake Jones, 21. Tim Fedder, 22. John Moser, 23. Rocky Magaro, 24. Scott McCann Jr.; DNS – Steve Weikel, Bryan Bernheisel, Darrel Henry, John Ebersole, Randy Christine Jr., Bruce Kane, Charles Potts, Mike Leonard, Robert Minnich, Zachary Kauffman.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Hare 1-20
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Lupfer, Hare and Magaro
CONSOLATION WINNER: Beard

Street Stock Feature (15 Laps): 1. Sam Leonard Jr., 2. Scott Thunberg, 3. Chad Smith. 4. Wes Alleman, 5. Kory Sites, 6. Kirby Sites, 7. Gary Johnston, 8. Eric Walker, 9. Brian Hauenstein, 10. Steven Dove, 11. George Eash, 12. Bob Gutshall, 13. Kyle Saylor, 14. Joe Whitely, 15. Chad Milliken, 16. Bruce Nichols, 17. Jenn Scott, 18. Dave Thompson Jr., 19. Ronnie Rhoads, 20. Brian Henise, 21. Joey Hoffer, 22. Doug Hoffman, DNS – Lance Grove, Justin Rhoads.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Leonard 1-20
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Leonard and Saylor
Clean Technologies Young Guns Street Stock Dash (5 laps): 1. Chad Smith, 2. Eric Walker, 3. Jerry Hoffer, 4. Jenn Scott, 5. Dave Thompson.

York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Construction Race (10 Laps): 1. Butch Richcreek, 2. Raul Anavitarte, 3. Daryl Sipe, 4. Jeff Svendsen, 5. Mark Amsbaugh, 6. Travis Rife, 7. Rick Berger, 8. Lee Digovanni, 9. Scott Conley, 10. Austin Smith, 11. Sherry Kitner, 12. Kimberly Martino, 13. Richy Richcreek, 14. Steve Smith, 15. Bobbi Deskin, 16. Tom Valentine.

FEATURE LAP LEADER: Anavitarte 1-7, Richcreek 8-10.


Rahmer Wins 30th Career SSP Sprint Car Feature Thursday Night

Newberrytown, PA (May 4, 2006) - Fred Rahmer raced to his second Susquehanna Speedway Park win of the season in Thursday night’s 25-lap Sprint Car feature. Gene Knaub won the Xtreme Stock Car feature, while Brent Fogelsanger drove Knaub’s car to victory in the XSC Rookie Rumble. Bill Brown Sr. won the Northeast Classic Car feature event.

Sallfordville's Fred Rahmer, who drives for Grantville's Jim and Sandy Kline, looked as if he was going after his first win rather than his 361st in a sprint car. The win was his 30th career at SSP, placing him five behind all-time feature winner John Mackison Sr. "I didn't even know who has the all-time record here," Rahmer said. "I know I'm just as determined to come here next week and win again. That's how I am. You're only as good as your last race in this game. We have things figured out on this team, so I think you'll be seeing us some more in Victory Lane."

Although Rahmer collected the $3,500 winning prize, he admittedly wasn't the fastest on the track. That honor belonged to Lance Dewease and Chad Layton. Both drivers weaved through traffic, but Dewease fell short and finished third while Layton came from 17th to second when the race ended.

Bobby Weaver led Cody Darrah, a Red Lion sophomore, through most of the early stages. Bob Bennett came to a stop in turn 1 after the second circuit causing a caution period. Darrah grabbed the lead as he exited turn 2 on lap 6. He pulled away by seven-car lengths by lap 10. Dewease moved into fourth on lap 14. He was in the runner-up spot a lap later after he passed Alan Krimes and Weaver stopped on the track with mechanical failure.

Rahmer's power showed on the restart. He blasted by Michael Carber for third and Dewease for second before the field reached turn 2. He tracked down Darrah in turn 2 on lap 18. "He drove a good race," Rahmer said. "That's not a 16-year-old kid in the car. That's an Eckert in there." Rahmer was alluding to Darrah's uncle Rick Eckert, a top World of Outlaws Late Model driver.

"It was an awesome leading the feature," Darrah said. "I knew those big-name guys were charging towards the front, and it was a great knowing they were chasing me." Layton, Dewease and two-time feature winner Greg Hodnett soon went charging by. "Those caution periods hurt me," Darrah said. "I started to get nervous, because I had time to think about those guys racing close to me." Darrah finished eighth.

Layton knew Rahmer had the good car down the stretch. "He drove away from me following the restart," Layton said. "He got the win, because he had the good car." Chad Layton raced forward from the 17th starting spot for second, with Lance Dewease third. Greg Hodnett and Blane Heimbach completed the top five. Rounding out the top ten were Michael Carber, Eric Stambaugh, Darrah, Craig Keel, and Cory Haas. Heats went to Weaver and Darrah.

Gene Knaub had a very eventful evening. After arriving at the speedway, Knaub’s regular ride, the Updegraff number 57 was sold, so Knaub had to take a ride in his own car, which Brent Fogelsanger has been racing in the Rookie Rumble races. Knaub came from the backto win the BPS trucking Elimination Dash, and then came from last in the 17 car field to win the Xtreme Stock feature. Kanub took the lead from Mike Goodwin on the ninth of 25 laps. Goodwin finished second followed by Rick Reinoehl, Charlie Pensinger and Adam Smith. Knaub’s win was his third of the season.

Fogelsanger also drove Knaub’s car to victory in the Rookie Rumble. Fogelsanger’s win was his third of the season as well. John Scrivens, Ken Johns, Brian Shue and Randy Gladfelter completed the top five.

Bill Brown Sr. led all 15 laps to win the first Northeast Classic car feature at SSP this season. AllenCullum, Jim Crocker, Kurt Welsh and Joe Snodgrass completed the top five. Heats went to Brown and Cullum.

The Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, May 11 with the Xtreme Stock Cars and Women on Wheels Stock Cars. It will also be Mother’s Appreciation Night in which all mothers will receive a special gift.

SSP Results from Thursday, May 4, 2006
Sprint Cars Feature (25 Laps): 1. Fred Rahmer 2. Chad Layton 3. Lance Dewease 4. Greg Hodnett 5. Blane Heimbach 6. Michael Carber 7. Eric Stambaugh 8. Cody Darrah 9. Craig Keel 10. Cory Haas 11. Alan Krimes 12. Scott Lutz 13. Mark Coldren 14, Chad Jumper 15. Matt Miller 16. Daryl Stimeling 17. Bobby Weaver 18. Bob Bennett
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Weaver 1-5, Darrah 6-17, Rahmer 18-25
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Weaver, Darrah

Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (25 Laps) 1. Gene Knaub 2. Mike Goodwin 3. Rick Reinoehl 4. Charlie Pensinger 5. Adam Smith 6. Chris Heller 7. Eric Snoke 8. John Hiden Jr. 9. Nathan Heindel 10. Larry Hughes Jr. 11. Tommy Slanker 12. Travis Horan 13. Matt Smith 14. Ken Doll 15. Sam Rial 16. Matt Wampler 17. Donnie Brodrick DNS; Trevor Stark, Raymond Repp
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Hiden 1-3, Goodwin 4-8, Knaub 9-25
BPS Trucking Dash Winner: Knaub

XSC Rookie Rumble Feature (20 Laps) 1. Brent Fogelsanger 2. John Scrivens 3. Ken Johns 4. Brian Shue 5. Randy Gladfelter 6. Larry Landis 7. Randy Blank 8. Rich Lomman 9. Bill Paulus 10. Les Scrivens Jr. 11. Ray Brodrick 12. Beth Sample 13. Penny Repp 14. Adam Doll 15. Jed Latshaw 16. Brad Hughes
FEATURE LAP LEADER: J. Scrivens 1, Fogelsanger 2-20

Classic Cars Feature (15 Laps) 1. Bill Brown Sr. 2. Allen Cullum 3. Jim Crocker 4. Kurt Welsh 5. Joe Snodgrass 6. Fred Cullum 7. Jamie Lloyd 8. Jack Yingling 9. Glenn Elliott 10. Bill Brown Jr. 11. Pete Neal 12. Allen Daniels 13. Randy Smith 14. Al Daniels DNS Joe Brown
FEATURE LAP LEADER:Brown Sr. 1-15
HEAT WINNERS: A. Cullum, Brown Sr.

SSP News and Notes:
- The ARDC Midgets return to SSP on Friday night, May 5 along with the Late Models, Street Stocks and a Mini Van Construction Race.
Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night. Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

May 5, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:30 p.m. ARDC Midgets Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:40 p.m. Street Stocks and Mini Vans Driver’s Meeting —(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:50 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for that night.
7:00 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Street Stocks
ARDC Midgets
Late Models
Mini Vans (2 laps)
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
ARDC Midgets Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Late Models Qualiying Heat Races (8 laps)
Clean Technologies “Young Guns” Street Stock Dash Race (5 laps)
York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Construction Race Feature (10 laps)
Street Stocks Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
ARDC Midgets Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Street Stocks Feature (20 laps)
ARDC Midgets Feature (20 laps)
Late Models Feature (20 laps)


One-on-One Street Car Drags Join Sprint Cars at SSP on Thursday; ARDC Midgets Return with Late Models on Friday

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (May 2, 2006) – Handicapping begins for all divisions when the Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, May 4 with the Xtreme Stock Cars and Classic Cars. There will also be One-on-One Street Car Drags paying $250.00 to the winner. Greg Hodnett looks for his third win in a row at SSP. However, the best he will start is mid pack as the lineups will be derived by average points. Larry Hughes Jr. and Gene Knaub continue to lead the way in the Xtreme Stock Car division as they are tied for the lead in the XSC Point Championship. The Classic Cars return for their first race of the season at SSP and Bill Brown Sr. will try to make it four straight wins as he will continue where he left off in 2005 in which he won three out of four events.

On Friday night, May 5 will find the ARDC Midgets, Late Models and Street Stocks on the track. There will also be a York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Construction Race instead of the Fishing Race which was originally scheduled. Friday will also be the first race of a four race series for all Street Stock drives who are 21 years of age and younger to compete in a five lap dash race presented by Clean Technologies. The winner of the dash will receive $100.00 with second place collecting $50.00. Both third and fourth place finishers will receive $25.00 each.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m on Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. However, as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from April 27 or April 28, a $2.00 discount to the races on May 4 or 5 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park
www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170

May 4, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $20.00; Non members - $22.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $14.00; Teens (13-17) – $10.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:30 p.m. Sprint Cars Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for that night.
6:45 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars & Classic Cars Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:50 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Xtreme Stock (Rookie Rumble)
Sprint Cars
Classic Cars
Xtreme Stock Cars
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. BPS Trucking Xtreme Stock Car Elimination Dash (4 laps)
Sprint Cars Qualiying Heat Races (10 laps)
Classic Cars Qualifying Heat Races (6 laps)
Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble Feature (20 laps) – 20 minute time limit
Sprint Cars Consolation Race (10 laps) – if necessary.
One-on-One Street Car Drags
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Sprint Cars Feature (25 laps)
Classic Cars Feature (15 laps)
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (25 laps; 30 laps w/ 30+ cars) – 30 minute time limit

May 5, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:30 p.m. ARDC Midgets Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:40 p.m. Street Stocks and Mini Vans Driver’s Meeting —(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:50 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for that night.
7:00 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Street Stocks
ARDC Midgets
Late Models
Mini Vans (2 laps)
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
ARDC Midgets Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Late Models Qualiying Heat Races (8 laps)
Clean Technologies “Young Guns” Street Stock Dash Race (5 laps)
York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Construction Race Feature (10 laps)
Street Stocks Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
ARDC Midgets Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Street Stocks Feature (20 laps)
ARDC Midgets Feature (20 laps)
Late Models Feature (20 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
- Guatemalan Handshake Movie Premiere – The movie, “Guatemalan Handshake” which shot its ending at the Susquehanna Speedway Park in 2004 will have its first showing in Pennsylvania on Saturday, May 6 at 7:00 p.m. at the Carlisle Theater in Carlisle, PA. Tickets are free to the public and on a first-come, first-serve basis. The movie features many local scenes shot in the Central Pennsylvania are and it has already received awards from a film festival earlier this year in Utah.
- Dover NASCAR Race Bus Trip Available – The Newberry Business Association along with the Susquehanna Speedway Park are offering a bus trip to the Dover Int’l Speedway for the NASCAR race on Sunday, June 4 for $125.00 per person. The fees include roundtrip transportation and premium seats in the upper section of turns 3 & 4. The bus will leave from Bumper Bob’s Steak and Seafood at 6:00 a.m. Sunday morning. For more information or to reserve a seat, call (717) 938-8653, Ext.221.
- Trail Motors Automotive Discount – Anyone who takes an SSP ticket stub to Trail Motors located at 4620 Susquehanna Trail North, in York will receive special discounts for services provided by specialized auto technicians. The discounts include a State Inspection & Emissions Test for $38.74 (normally $48.74) or an oil change for $20.99 (normally $24.99).
- Schedule Change – The “Salute to the Armed Forces” Thrill show scheduled for Saturday, May 27 which included the Smashmasters Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks, Fireworks and more has been cancelled.

2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Point Championships
(as of May 1, 2006)
A complete point rundown for each division may be found at sspracing.net.
Sprint Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 77 Greg Hodnett (2) Memphis, TN 297
2 12 Chad Layton Harrisburg, PA 282
3 22 Fred Rahmer (1) Salfordsville, PA 279
   25 Lance Dewease Fayetteville, PA 279
5 12 Blane Heimbach Selinsgrove, PA 258
6 9 Craig Keel Weedsport, NY 234
7 69 Michael Carber Telford, PA 224
8 28J Chad Jumper Marysville, PA 218
9 07 Mark Coldren Etters, PA 214
10 87 Alan Krimes Denver, PA 212
11c Cory Haas York, PA 212

Xtreme Stock Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 0 Larry Hughes Jr. (1) York Haven, PA 291
   57 Gene Knaub (2) Dover, PA 291
3 17G Mike Goodwin Wellsville, PA 266
4 10 Charlie Pensinger Shippensburg, PA 264
5 99 Chris Heller Carlisle, PA 250
6 11 Sam Rial Windsor, PA 248
7 22 Matt Smith Carlisle, PA 243
8 42 Adam Smith Lewisberry, PA 241
9 21H Travis Horan York, PA 238
10 96 Eric Snoke Fleetwood, PA 232

Trail Motors Super Sportsman:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 19 Dave Calaman (2) Carlisle, PA 200
2 22H Jim Shuttlesworth Lewisberry, PA 185
3 77 Russ Mitten Newville, PA 181
4 8 Rich Eichelberger York Springs, PA 174
5 1B Joey Biasi Marysville, PA 166
    80 Criag Morrow Enola, PA 166
7 32 Smokey Snelbaker Dover, PA 163
8 33 Ryan Rupp Dillsburg, PA 161
9 07 Billy Schoffstall Orwin, PA 152
10 1 John Stehman Halifax, PA 146

Street Stocks:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 21K Kory Sites Hamburg, PA 191
2 69 George Eash (1) Jonestown, PA 188
3 35 Gary Johnston Shippensburg, PA 174
4 88w Eric Walker Middletown, PA 173
5 80 Wes Alleman Newville, PA 165
6 33 Joe Whiteley Windsor, PA 164
7 22 Steven Dove Lebanon, PA 162
8 25H Brian Hauenstein Carlisle, PA 157
9 21H Joey Hoffer Annville, PA 156
10 99 Chad Smith (1) Halifax, PA 150

Late Models:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 43 Jake Jones (1) Shermansdale, PA 100
2 9w Steve Weikel Mt. Penn, PA 97
3 91 Chuck Yingling Mt. Wolf, PA 94
4 2M Carl Billet Jr. Carlisle, PA 91
5 6 Josh Kimmel Dillsburg, PA 88
6 20 Steve Billet Mt. Wolf, PA 86
7 21B Arlin Brougher New Oxford, PA 84
8 28 Mike Spangler Spring Grove, PA 82
9 26 Jerry Bard Shippensburg, PA 80
10 21 Derrick Zirkle Dover, PA 78

Legends Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 17R Jason Rochelle (1) Schnecksville, PA 197
2 7R Ronnie Dunstan (1) Coplay, PA 194
3 19 Joshua Morrow Hamburg, PA 185
4 48 Randy Kissinger Columbia, PA 179
5 7 Geremy Sheaffer Ickesburg, PA 175
6 29G Lawrence Garrison Beaver Springs, PA 174
7 769 Stephen Nederostek Walnutsport, PA 166
8 sss Bill Harris Duncannon, PA 154
9 71 Bob Murray Upperco, PA 152
10 22 Randy Fetteroff Dauphin, PA 144

ARDC Midgets:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 10 Donnie Trent (1) Honeybrook, PA 100
2 9 Steve Lenig Selinsgrove, PA 97
3 21 Andy Martin Gordonville, PA 94
4 49 Billy Pauch, Jr. Frenchtown, PA 91
5 10 Frank Polimeda Fort Lee, NJ 88
6 15 Tom Hessert Cherry Hill, NJ 86
7 3 Tracy Miller Rancho Cucamonga, CA 84
8 14 A.J. Ernesto Reading, PA 82
9 491 Jimmy Light West Springfield, PA 80
10 99 Scott Zipp Bridgeport, PA 78

The Great American School Buses:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 1w J.R. Rodriguez (1) Dover, PA 100
2 0 Ralph Messinger Wellsville, PA 97
3 5.0 Brandt Fink Dover, PA 94
4 10 Alan Witmer Dover, PA 91
5 777 Jeff Ebersole Lewisberry, PA 88
6 12K Josh Rodriguez Enola, PA 86
7 74 Larry Miller Camp Hill, PA 84
8 89 Van Baker Red Lion, PA 82
9 44DD Heidi Thomas Lewisberry, PA 80
10 01 Ben Engle Camp Hill, PA 78

Four Cylinder Stock Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 13 Ed Hollenbach (1) Fredericksburg, PA 100
2 11s John Stoll Jr. Wellsville, PA 97
3 5 Dustin Hollinger Lebanon, PA 94
4 Mark Digges Front Royal, VA 91
5 121 Bryan Michael Jonestown, PA 88
6 76 Ronnie Garlock Mapleton Depton, PA 86
7 10 Jerry Schott Jr. Jonestown, PA 84
8 12 Eric Hollenbach Fredericksburg, PA 82
9 9 Randy Wible Three Springs, PA 80
10 77 Joe Jakubic Chambersburg, PA 78

Feature Wins denoted in parenthesis ( )


CALAMAN WINS AGAIN AT SSP IN TRAIL MOTORS SUPER SPORTSMAN AND JONES WINS CAREER FIRST

Newberrytown, PA (April 28, 2006) - Picking up where he left off two weeks ago, Dave Calaman won the Friday Night Trail Motors Super Sportsman feature at Susquehanna Speedway Park. Calaman has won three races in a row at SSP as he started on the pole position and lead wire to wire. Rounding out the top five were Ryan Rupp, Craig Morrow, Jim Shuttlesworth and Frankie Herr.

Jake Jones picked up his first career victory in the Late Model division as he started on the pole position as well and led wire-to-wire. Jake Jones victory was not easy as second place finisher, Steve Weikel pursued Jones over the last two laps but ran out of time at the end. Chuck Yingling, Carl Billet and Josh Kimmel completed the top five.

In other action George Eash also picked up his first career SSP victory in the Street Stock division. Starting on the pole position like the other winner, Eash also lead all 15 laps in the feature event. The top three cars battled door to door for the final five laps. Kory Sites, Kirby Sites, Eric Walker and Gary Johnston rounded out the top five.

The Four Cylinder Stock Car feature saw polesitter Ed Hollenbach lead all 12 laps with John Stoll Jr. pursuing in the final laps. Stoll settled for second with Dustin Hollinger third, Mark Digges fourth and Brian Michaels finishing fifth.

Butch Richcreek wonthe Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Snake main event after early leader Daryl Sipe barrel rolled his mini van down the frontstretch after making contact with a lapped car midway through the race. Jeff Suendsen and Tana McKinsey finishd second and third respectively behind Richcreek.

A great car count found 132 cars in the pit area.

Handicapping begins for all divisions when the Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, May 4 with the Xtreme Stock Cars and Classic Cars. There will also be One-on-One Street Car Drags paying $250.00 to the winner.

Friday, May 5 will find the ARDC Midgets, Late Models and Street Stocks on the track. There will also be a Mini Van Construction Race instead of the Fishing Race which was originally scheduled.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m on Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. However, as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from April 27 or April 28, a $2.00 discount to the races on May 4 or 5 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

SSP Results from Friday, April 28, 2006
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 Laps): 1. Dave Calaman, 2. Ryan Rupp, 3. Craig Morrow, 4. Jim Shuttlesworth, 5. Frankie Herr, 6. Rich Eichelberger, 7. Russ Mitten, 8. Joey Biasi, 9. Steve Wilbur, 10. Billy Schoffstall, 11. Aaron Eichelberger, 12. Bobby Hockenberry, 13. Smokey Snelbaker, 14. Brian Boughter, 15. Scott Snyder, 16. Leroy Martin, 17. John Stehman, 18. Gregg Foster, 19. Jason Fry, 20. Steve Fannasy, 21. Scott Dellingner, 22. Pay Kelly, 23. Raymond Myers; DNS – Dave Socks, Justin Stewart, Lanny Hake.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Calaman 1-20.
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Eichelberger and Fannasy

Late Model Feature (20 Laps): 1. Jake Jones, 2. Steve Weikel, 3. Chuck Yingling, 4. Carl Billet, 5. Josh Kimmel, 6. Steve Billet, 7. Arlan Broughter, 8. Mike Spangler, 9. Jerry Bard, 10. Derrick Zirkle, 11. Tim Fetter, 12. Gary Potts, 13. Carl Graves, 14. Larry Baer, 15. Bud Barton, 16. Charles Potts, 17. Roy Miller, 18. John Ebersole, 19. Sean Merkel, 20. Sterling Kinard, 21. Scott McCann, 22. Randy Christine, Jr., 23. Terry Flaherty, 24. Justin Erhart; DNS – Mike Leonard, Bryon Sipe, Rocky Magaro, Zach Kauffman, Scott Lupfer, Bob Minich, Daryl Henry, Gary Potts, Les Hare.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Jones 1-20.
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Baer, Potts, Jones
CONSOLATION WINNER: Christine

Street Stock Feature (15 Laps): 1. George Eash, 2. Kory Sites, 3. Kirby Sites, 4. Eric Walker, 5. Gary Johnston, 6. Scott Thunberg, 7. Chad Millikin, 8. Steven Dove, 9. Joe Whiteley, 10. Joey Hoffer, 11. Gary Welsh, 12. Wes Alleman, 13. Brian inger, 14. Bruce Nichols, 15. Carmen Caltibano, 16. Jenn Scott, 17. Ray Strabhar, 18. Rob Gutshall, 19. Brian Hauenstein, 20. Brian Henise, 21. Sammy Leonard, 22. Justin Rhodes; DNS – Dave Thompson Jr., Chad Smith, Doug Hoffman.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: George Eash 1-15.
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Johnston and Gutshall

Four Cylinder Stock Feature (12 Laps): 1. Ed Hollenbach, 2. John Stoll Jr., 3. Dustin Hollinger, 4. Mark Digges, 5. Brian Michaels, 6. Ronnie Garlock, 7. Jerry Schott, Jr., 8. Eric Hollenbach, 9. Randy Whible, 10. Joe Jakubic, 11. Grant Adams, 12. Wayne Kocker, 13. John Henry, 14. Jason Jones, 15. Abe Edwards, 16. Gary Schoch, 17. Troy Eckenrode , 18. Frank Grubic, 19. Gary Newell, 20. Dennis Christ Jr., 21. Dave Thomas, 22. Chris Casnerm, 23. Butch Hussel; DNS – Ronnie Buck, Dave Edwards, Rich Newcomer, Dale Kreiser, Roger Whitlock Jr., Brian Neft.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Ed Hollenbach 1–12.
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Eric Hollenbach and Mark Digges

Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Feature (10 Laps): 1. Butch Richcreek, 2. Jeff Suendsen, 3. Tana McKinsley, 4. Carl Buffington, 5. Lee Digovanni, 6. Dave Kohr, 7. Richie Rihcreek, 8. Kimberly Martino, 9. Jason Anderson, 10. Rick Berger, 11. Ace Connely, 12. Bobbi Deskin, 13.Ricky McClane, 14. Sherry Kitner, 15. Travis Rife, 16. Paul Fisher, 17. Daryl Sipe, 18.Mark Amspach, 19.Austin Smith
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Anderson 1; Sipe 2-5; Richcreek 6-10.


Hodnett Wins Second SSP Feature of 2006 on Thursday Night

Newberrytown, PA (April 27, 2006) - Greg Hodnett raced to his second consecutive victory in the 25-lap Sprint Car feature at Susquehanna Speedway Park on Thursday evening. Jason Rochelle pulled out a last turn victory in the Legends feature event, while Gene Knaub and Brent Vogelsanger each won their second feature of the season in the Xtreme Stock Cars and the Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble respectively. Rebecca Puliti from Lewisberry won the Used Car Giveaway which was a 1990 VW Jetta from York Haven Auto Sales.

A multi car tangle at the initial start of the 25-lap Sprint Car feature saw heat winner Brian Paulus, Cory Haas, and Michael Carber sidelined before a lap was completed. On the next attempt, Chad Layton vaulted from his outside front row starting spot into the lead, with fourth starting Hodnett in close pursuit. It took until the 17th lap for Hodnett to take over the top spot. Hodnett went on to score the $3500 victory, his 12th career SSP win. Hodnett has won $8,500 in the first three events held at SSP in 2006.

Layton just edged 12th starter lance Dewease for second spot, with Fred Rahmer and Mark Smith in the top five. Blane Heimbach, Craig Keel, Donnie Kreitz Jr., Glenndon Forsythe and Mark Coldren completed the top ten. Heats went to Rahmer and Paulus.

Josh Morrow took the lead at the start of the Legends feature, and held the lead until the final turn when Rochelle came out on top of a four car battle for the win. Morrow had to settle for second place with Ronnie Dunstan third. Geremy Schaeffer and Randy Kissinger completed the top five. Tim Tomson, who raced with the leaders for the entire distance suffered mechanical problems on the final lap, and crossed in 24th spot.

Knaub started last in the 18 car Xtreme Stock Car feature, and passed polesitter Rick Reinoehl for the lead on eighth lap. Kanub went on to lap all but the top four finishers in the non stop 25 lap event. Reinoehl finished second with Larry Hughes Jr., Sam Rial and Matt Smith in the top five.

Fogelsanger started fourth and took the lead from John Scrivens on the fourth lap of the XSC Rookie Rumble. Scrivens finished second followed by Ray Brodrick, Rich Lomman and Adam Almoney.

The Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, May 4 with the Xtreme Stock Cars and Classic Cars. There will also be One-on-One Street Car Drags paying $250.00 to the winner.

SSP Results from Thursday, April 27, 2006
Sprint Cars Feature (25 Laps): 1. Greg Hodnett 2. Chad Layton 3. Lance Dewease 4. Fred Rahmer 5. Mark Smith 6. Blane Heimbach 7. Craig Keel 8. Donnie Kreitz Jr. 9. Glenndon Forsythe 10. Mark Coldren 11. Matt Miller 12. Cody Darrah 13. Billy Kimmel 14. Bob Bennett 15. Darwin Martin 16. Chad Jumper 17. Michael Carber 18. Brian Paulus 19. Cory Haas
DNS: Scott Lutz, Alan Krimes, Bobby Weaver
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Layton 1-16, Hodnett 17-25
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Rahmer and Paulus

Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (25 Laps) 1. Gene Knaub 2. Rick Reinoehl 3. Larry Hughes Jr. 4. Sam Rial 5. Matt Smith 6. Charlie Pensinger 7. Donnie Brodrick 8. Eris Snoke 9. Chris Heller 10. Adam Smith 11. Bill Fulton 12. Jason Failor 13. Travis Horan 14. Jim Gross 15. Mike Goodwin 16. Tommy Slanker 17. John Hiden Jr. 18. Ken Doll DNS: Raymond Repp, Matt Deardorff, Doug Hansen Sr.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Reinoehl 1-7, Knaub 8-25
BPS Trucking Dash Winner; Knaub

XSC Rookie Rumble Feature (20 Laps) 1. Brent Vogelsanger 2. John Scrivens 3. Ray Brodrick 4. Rich Lomman 5. Adam Almoney 6. Zach Behrens 7. Larry Landis 8. Dick Smith 9. Amanda Gross 10. Trevor Stark 11. Randy Blank 12. Penny Repp 13. Les Scrivens Jr. 14. Randy Gladfelter 15. Doug Hansen Jr. 16. Adam Doll 17. Jed Latshaw 18. Brian Shue 19. Bill Paulus
FEATURE LAP LEADER: J. Scrivens 1-3, Vogelsanger 4-16

Legends Cars Feature (15 Laps) 1. Jason Rochelle 2. Josh Morrow 3. Ronnie Dunstan 4. Geremy Schaeffer 5. Randy Kissinger 6. Steven Nederostek 7. Butch Brough 8. Bill Harris 9. Lawrence Garrison 10. Bob Murray 11. Zach Dieter 12. Shawn Arndt 13. Andy Lupfer 14.Chad Glatfelter 15. Jeff Condron 16. Randy Fetterhoff 17. Robert Sobrieski 18. Daryl Bloom 19. Tyler Bear 20. Scott Spidle 21. Nathan Van Zandt 22. Rick Harring 23. Denny Willey 24. Tim Tomson 25. Amy Staver 26. Greg Burd DNS; Jim Black, Jason Ewing
FEATURE LAP LEADER:Morrow 1-14, Rochelle 15
HEAT WINNERS: Tomson, Nederoski, Kissinger
CONSOLATION WINNER: Fetterhoff

SSP News and Notes:
The Late Models kick off their 2006 season at SSP on Friday night, April 28 along with the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Street Stocks and Four Cylinder Stock Cars. There will also be a Mini Van Snake Race.
Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night. Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.
SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. Due to the April 21 rainout and as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from April 14 or April 27, a $4.00 discount to the races on April 28 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

April 28, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:30 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:40 p.m. Street Stocks, Four Cylinders and Mini Vans Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:50 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for that night.
7:00 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Late Models
Street Stocks
Four Cylinders
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Mini Vans (2 laps)
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualiying Heat Races (8 laps)
Four Cylinder Qualifying Heat Races (6 laps) – with more than 20 cars entered
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Street Stocks Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Snake Race Feature (10 laps)
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Late Models Feature (20 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Street Stock Feature (20 laps)
Four Cylinders Feature (12 laps)


RSCA Champs Going to School
DIRT Modifieds Return to Susquehanna Speedway Park June 15


Newberrytown, PA: The 2006 Advanced Auto Parts Super DIRT Series returns to
the action-packed Susquehanna Speedway Park oval on Thursday, June 15th. The
mighty modifieds will be part of a two-day Pennsylvania swing for the New
York based circuit.

Susquehanna Speedway Park management, Todd and Rhonda Fisher and promoter,
Vince Vicari has agreed to run the regularly scheduled events with the
modifieds which will include the Extreme stocks, the Penn Mar Vintage Club
racers and the Great American School Bus Race.

"DIRT has given us an opportunity to have the modifieds return to
Susquehanna," said Vicari. "This will present another interesting event in
the series where the playing field is a neutral site."

As a matter of fact, one of the largest margins of victory by a home track
driver over the DIRT boys was a 100 lapper back on July 24, 1996 when Kenny
Brightbill lapped the entire field following the runner up, Jack Johnson,
across the finish line.

Brightbill will be joined by two more RSCA champions, New York's Jack
Johnson and Delaware's Jamie Mills, in the Great American School Bus Race.
It will be the first look for modified fans to see Todd Fisher's popular and
successful School Bus Race promotion. All three drivers are former RSCA
champions and will challenge the local school bus racers.

"Susquehanna is an exciting track for the fans," says Kenny Brightbill.
"It's a racy track and I think that is what the fans like to see. I know the
drivers like that too."

New York's Jack Johnson agrees. "This is one of my favorite tracks to race
and I had a lot of success here. I hope I can recapture a little of that
luck."

Mills' title came at Susquehanna and is thrilled to be returning in a big
block modified. Jamie was the first Delaware driver to win an RSCA modified
event and a point championship and both accomplishments were at Susky.
However, Jamie seems to be more focused on the Great American School Bus
Race. "I can't wait to get behind the wheel. I want to win this race," Mills
kidded. "It will be a lot of fun."

Gates will open at 5:00 PM with time trials to begin at 6:30 PM. Racing will
start at 7:30 PM, the regular scheduled time for Thursday nights. All those
attending the June 8th or June 9th events at Susquehanna Speedway Park will
receive a grandstand only $5.00 off coupon for the DIRT modified event on
June 15th.

The DIRT Touring Modifieds will be coming to Pennsylvania for a two-day
swing led by defending champion Tim Fuller and two-time Susquehanna winner
Brett Hearn. Five 100 lappers and one 200 lap shows were run under the DIRT
banner at Susquehanna. Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey have taken home
two victories each.

Two-time New Egypt champion, Frank Cozze, won the inaugural race in 1994, while
a Johnson, Alan, Danny and Jack have finished first or second in five of the six races
including twelve top five placings. In fact, the only non-Johnson to garner a runner-up
is Craig VonDohren, another Susquehanna champ who is second only to Brightbill
in all-time modified wins at the speedway.


Used Car Giveaway at SSP on Thursday Night with the Sprint Cars; Trail Motors Super Sportsman and Late Models Headline Friday

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (April 24, 2006) – The next race at SSP will be Thursday night, April 27 with the Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stock Cars and Legends Cars. The return of the Xtreme Stock Car dash race for last week’s top five finishers will be presented by BPS Trucking in Dover, PA. The winner of this unique race will receive $50.00. There will also be a York Haven Auto Sales Used Car Giveaway to a lucky fan in the stands on Thursday night.

On Friday night, April 28, the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models, Street Stocks and Four Cylinders will be in action. The Late Models were rescheduled after having their event cancelled on Friday, April 21 due to rain. The Mini Vans will also compete in a Snake race presented by Speedway Auto Sales. In the “Snake Race,” three barrels are placed approximately 80' apart on the front stretch. The vans must go "Hi-Lo-Hi" or "Lo-Hi-Lo" through the barrels "snake" each lap. If a driver misses a barrel, they are DQ'ed from the event. The first to complete ten laps is the winner.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m. in 2006 for both Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. Fans with a ticket stub from Thursday, April 20 will receive a $2.00 discount for Thursday, April 27 race. However, due to the April 21 rainout and as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from April 14, a $4.00 discount to the races on April 28 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30.00 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park
www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170
April 27, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $20.00; Non members - $22.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $14.00; Teens (13-17) – $10.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:30 p.m. Sprint Cars Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for that night.
6:45 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars & Legends Cars Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:50 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Xtreme Stock (Rookie Rumble)
Sprint Cars
Legends Cars
Xtreme Stock Cars
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. BPS Trucking Xtreme Stock Car Elimination Dash (4 laps)
Sprint Cars Qualiying Heat Races (10 laps)
Legends Cars Qualifying Heat Races (6 laps)
Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble Feature (20 laps) – 20 minute time limit
Sprint Cars Consolation Race (10 laps) – if necessary.
Legends Cars Consolation Race (6 laps) – if necessary
York Haven Auto Sale Used Car Giveaway - Frontstretch
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Sprint Cars Feature (25 laps)
Legends Cars Feature (15 laps)
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (25 laps; 30 laps w/ 30+ cars) – 30 minute time limit

April 28, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:30 p.m. Late Models Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:40 p.m. Street Stocks, Four Cylinders and Mini Vans Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in a DQ for night.
6:50 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for that night.
7:00 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Late Models
Street Stocks
Four Cylinders
Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Mini Vans (2 laps)
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualiying Heat Races (8 laps)
Four Cylinder Qualifying Heat Races (6 laps) – with more than 20 cars entered
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Street Stocks Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Snake Race Feature (10 laps)
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Late Models Feature (20 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Street Stock Feature (20 laps)
Four Cylinders Feature (12 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
- Guatemalan Handshake Movie Premiere – The movie, “Guatemalan Handshake” which shot its ending at the Susquehanna Speedway Park in 2004 will have its first showing in Pennsylvania on Saturday, May 6 at 7:00 p.m. at the Carlisle Theater in Carlisle, PA. Tickets are free to the public and on a first-come, first-serve basis. The movie features many local scenes shot in the Central Pennsylvania are and it has already received awards from a film festival earlier this year in Utah.
- Dover NASCAR Race Bus Trip Available – The Newberry Business Association along with the Susquehanna Speedway Park are offering a bus trip to the Dover Int’l Speedway for the NASCAR race on Sunday, June 4 for $125.00 per person. The fees include roundtrip transportation and premium seats in the upper section of turns 3 & 4. The bus will leave from Bumper Bob’s Steak and Seafood at 6:00 a.m. Sunday morning. For more information or to reserve a seat, call (717) 938-8653, Ext.221.
- Trail Motors Automotive Discount – Anyone who takes an SSP ticket stub to Trail Motors located at 4620 Susquehanna Trail North, in York will receive special discounts for services provided by specialized auto technicians. The discounts include a State Inspection & Emissions Test for $38.74 (normally $48.74) or an oil change for $20.99 (normally $24.99).
- Schedule Change – The “Salute to the Armed Forces” Thrill show scheduled for Saturday, May 27 which included the Smashmasters Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks, Fireworks and more has been cancelled.

2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Point Championships
(as of April 23, 2006)

A complete point rundown for each division may be found at sspracing.net.
Sprint Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 77 Greg Hodnett (1) Memphis, TN 197
2 22 Fred Rahmer (1) Salfordsville, PA 188
3 12 Chad Layton Harrisburg, PA 185
4 25 Lance Dewease Fayetteville, PA 185
5 12 Blane Heimbach Selinsgrove, PA 172
6 87 Alan Krimes Denver, PA 162
7 69 Michael Carber Telford, PA 160
8 11c Cory Haas York, PA 152
9 28J Chad Jumper Marysville, PA 152
10 9 Craig Keel Weedsport, NY 150

Xtreme Stock Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 0 Larry Hughes Jr. (1) York Haven, PA 197
2 57 Gene Knaub (1) Dover, PA 191
3 17G Mike Goodwin Wellsville, PA 191
4 10 Charlie Pensinger Shippensburg, PA 178
5 99 Chris Heller Carlisle, PA 170
6 12 Daryl Beakler Jonestown, PA 169
7 21H Travis Horan York, PA 163
8 42 Adam Smith Lewisberry, PA 157
9 11 Sam Rial Windsor, PA 157
10 22 Matt Smith Carlisle, PA 155
15 Raymond Repp Manchester, PA 155

Trail Motors Super Sportsman:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 19 Dave Calaman (1) Carlisle, PA 100
2 77 Russ Mitten Newville, PA 97
3 22H Jim Shuttlesworth Lewisberry, PA 94
4 32 Smokey Snelbaker Dover, PA 91
5 8 Rich Eichelberger York Springs, PA 88
6 30 Scott Dellingner Lewisberry, PA 86
7 1B Joey Biasi Marysville, PA 84
8 1 John Stehman Halifax, PA 82
9 318 Danny Hager Greencastle, PA 80
10 11 Steve Fannasy Dauphin, PA 78

Street Stocks:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 99 Chad Smith (1) Halifax, PA 100
2 25H Brian Hauenstein Carlisle, PA 97
3 21K Kory Sites Hamburg, PA 94
4 80 Wes Alleman Newville, PA 91
5 69 George Eash Jonestown, PA 88
6 35 Gary Johnston Shippensburg, PA 86
7 33 Joe Whiteley Windsor, PA 84
8 88w Eric Walker Middletown, PA 82
9 22 Steven Dove Lebanon, PA 80
10 21H Joey Hoffer Annville, PA 78

Legends Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 7R Ronnie Dunstan (1) Coplay, PA 100
2 17R Jason Rochelle Schnecksville, PA 97
3 29G Lawrence Garrison Beaver Springs, PA 94
4 48 Randy Kissinger Columbia, PA 91
5 19 Joshua Morrow Hamburg, PA 88
6 99 Rodney Kistler Kempton, PA 86
7 7 Geremy Sheaffer Ickesburg, PA 84
8 54 Jason Ewing McClure, PA 82
9 769 Stephen Nederostek Walnutsport, PA 80
10 22 Randy Fetteroff Dauphin, PA 78

ARDC Midgets:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 10 Donnie Trent (1) Honeybrook, PA 100
2 9 Steve Lenig Selinsgrove, PA 97
3 21 Andy Martin Gordonville, PA 94
4 49 Billy Pauch, Jr. Frenchtown, PA 91
5 10 Frank Polimeda Fort Lee, NJ 88
6 15 Tom Hessert Cherry Hill, NJ 86
7 3 Tracy Miller Rancho Cucamonga, CA 84
8 14 A.J. Ernesto Reading, PA 82
9 491 Jimmy Light West Springfield, PA 80
10 99 Scott Zipp Bridgeport, PA 78

The Great American School Buses:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 1w J.R. Rodriguez (1) Dover, PA 100
2 0 Ralph Messinger Wellsville, PA 97
3 5.0 Brandt Fink Dover, PA 94
4 10 Alan Witmer Dover, PA 91
5 777 Jeff Ebersole Lewisberry, PA 88
6 12K Josh Rodriguez Enola, PA 86
7 74 Larry Miller Camp Hill, PA 84
8 89 Van Baker Red Lion, PA 82
9 44DD Heidi Thomas Lewisberry, PA 80
10 01 Ben Engle Camp Hill, PA 78
Feature Wins denoted in parenthesis ( )


RACING AT SSP ON FRIDAY NIGHT CANCELLED DUE TO RAIN

Newberrytown, PA (April 21, 2006) - The racing events scheduled for Friday night, April 21 have been postponed due to a late afternoon rain showers. The races for the Late Models will be made up next Friday night, April 28 and the W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stock Cars to be rescheduled on Friday, June 2. The Trail Motor Super Sportsman and Mini Van races will not be rescheduled at this time.

The next race at SSP will be Thursday night, April 27 with the Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stock Cars and Legends Cars. The return of the Xtreme Stock Car dash race for last week’s top five finishers will be presented by Baer’s Paving. The winner of this unique race will receive $50.00. There will also be a Used Car Giveaway to a lucky fan in the stands on Thursday night.

On Friday night, April 28, the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models, Street Stocks and Four Cylinders will be in action. The Mini Vans will also compete in a Snake race presented by Speedway Auto Sales.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m. in 2006 for both Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $8.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. Fans with a ticket stub from Thursday, April 20 will receive a $2.00 discount for Thursday, April 27 race. However, due to the April 21 rainout and as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from April 14, a $4.00 discount to the races on April 28 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.


Hodnett Wins Week Two at SSP on Thursday Night

Newberrytown, PA (April 20, 2006) - Greg Hodnett raced to victory lane in the 25 lap Sprint Car feature at Susquehanna Speedway park during the second weekend of competition this season. Larry Hughes Jr. scored the Xtreme Stock Car feature win, while Rich Lomman topped the Xtreme Stock Rookie Rumble. Bob Campbell toppedthe Penn Mar Vintage Stocks, and the Great American School Bus Race went to J R Rodriguez.

For the second week in a row, Hodnett started second in the 25 lap feature, but this week it was polesitter Keith Kauffman who took the early lead. Kauffman held on to the front spot, despite heavy pressure from Hodnett, for four laps. Hodnett took command on the fifth lap and went on to score the $3500 victory, his 11th career SSP win.

The battle for second spot went on for the entire race with Kauffman edging 12th place starter Lance Dewease for the spot. Chad Layton got fourth, with Fred Rahmer coming from 13th for fifth. Rounding out the top ten were Blane Heimbach, Mark Smith, Craig Keel, Alan Krimes, and Chad Jumper. Heats went to Billy Kimmel, Dewease and Michael Carber. Jumper took the consy.

Hughes, started 22nd in the Xtreme Stock Car 25 lapper and grabbed the lead from Chris Heller on the eighth lap. Hughes cruised on to victory over Mike Goodwin, who came from the 21st starting spot. Charlie Pensinger finished third followed by last week’s winner Gene Knaub, and Adam smith.

Lomman started second and led all 15 laps of the Rookie Rumble to best Steve Clemens for the win. John Scrivens, Andrew Frye and Larry landis completed the top five.

Rodriguez started last in the 12 bus field and took the lead from Ralph Messinger on the 12th and final lap. Messinger had to settle for second followed by Brant Fink, Alan Witmer and Jeff Ebersole.

Campbell had to hustle back from a first lap tangle to win the vintage Stock event. He took the from Paul Bacchus on the 7th of 12 laps. Bacchus finished second. Willie Brymesser finshed seventh overall to take the Sportsman class win.

The Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, April 27 with the Xtreme Stock Cars and Legends Cars. The will also be a Used Car Giveaway to a lucky fan in the stands on Thursday night.

SSP Results from Thursday, April 20, 2006
Sprint Cars Feature (25 Laps): 1. Greg Hodnett 2. Keith Kauffman 3. Lance Dewease 4. Chad Layton 5. Fred Rahmer 6. Blane Heimbach 7. Mark Smith 8. Craig Keel 9. Alan Krimes 10. Chad Jumper 11. Michael Carber 12. Scott Lutz 13. Cory Haas 14. Glenndon Forsythe 15. Jeff Van Dusen 16. Cody Darrah 17. Mark Coldren 18. Matt Miller 19. Johnny Mackison Jr. 20. Billy Kimmel DNQ Bob Bennett, Darwin Martin, Bobby Weaver, Steve Poploski
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Kauffman 1-4, Hodnett 5-25
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Kimmel, Dewease, Carber
CONSY WINNER: Jumper

Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (25 Laps) 1. Larry Hughes Jr. 2. Mike Goodwin 3. Charlie Pensinger 4. Gene Knaub 5. Adam Smith 6. Mark Vegh 7. Chris Heller 8. Donnie Brodrick 9. Raymond Repp 10. Daryl Beakler 11. Matt Smith 12. Eric Snoke 13. Sam Rial 14. John Hiden Jr. 15. Travis Horan 16. Barclay Wilson 17. Tommy Slanker 18. Jason Failor 19. Nathan Heindle DNS; Bruce McClane, Jim Gross, Les Scrivens Jr., Ken Doll
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Heller 1-7, Knaub 8-25

XSC Rookie Rumble Feature (20 Laps) 1. Rich Lomman 2. Steve Clemens 3. John Scrivens 4. Andrew Frye 5. Larry Landis 6. Randy Gladfelter 7. Randy Blank 8. Ray Brodrick 9. Brian Shue 10. John Chamberlain 11. Adam Doll 12. Trevor Stark DNS Amanda Gross, Adam Almoney
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Lomman 1-15

The Great American School Bus Race (12 laps): 1. J R Rodriguez 2. Ralph Messinger 3. Brant Fink 4. Alan Witmer 5. Jeff Ebersole 6. Josh Rodriguez 7. Larry Miller 8. Van Baker 9. Heidie Thomas 10. Ben Engle 11. Rob Harkins 12. Harold Ebaugh
FEATURE LAP LEADER:Baker 1-3, Harkins 4-6, Messinger 7-11, JR Rodriguez 12

Penn Mar Vintage Club Feature (12 Laps) 1. Bob Campbell 2. Paul Bacchus 3. Rob Casti 4. Tom Martin 5. Paul Hoffman 6. Terry High 7. (Sportsman Class Winner) willie Brymesser 8. Craig Coghill
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Casti 1, Bacchus 2-6, Campbell 7-12

SSP News and Notes:
- The Late Models kick off their 2006 season at SSP on Friday night, April 21 along with the Trail Motors Super Sportsman and W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stock Cars. There will also be a Mini Van Construction Race.
Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night. Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.
SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. However, as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from April 13 or April 14, a $4.00 discount to the races on April 21 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

April 21, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:30 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for that night.
6:40 p.m. Late Models, W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stock Cars and Mini Vans Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:50 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Late Models
W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stock Cars
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualiying Heat Races (8 laps)
Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stock Cars Qualifying Heat Races (6 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Construction Race Feature (10 laps)
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stock Car Feature (12 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Late Models Feature (20 laps)


The Great American School Bus Race Returns to SSP on Thursday Night with the Sprint Cars; Trail Motors Super Sportsman and Late Models Headline Friday

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (April 18, 2005) – The Great American School Buses return for their third season at the Susquehanna Speedway Park on Thursday, April 20 along with the Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stock Cars and Penn Mar Vintage Cars.

On the next night, the Trail Motors Super Sportsman return along with the first of many appearances from the Late Models and W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stock Cars on Friday night, April 14. A special Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Construction race will also be held. The Mini Van Construction Race consists of two or more spots on the track that are funneled down to one narrow lane with cones and large tires/sonotubes. There are no "Rules of the Road" when two or more cars try to merge into the one lane. Failure to go through the tires/sonotube lane will result in a loss of lap for each infraction. The first to complete ten laps is the winner.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m. in 2006 for both Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. However, as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from April 13 or April 14, a $4.00 discount to the races on April 20 or April 21 only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park
www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170
April 20, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $20.00; Non members - $22.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $14.00; Teens (13-17) – $10.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:30 p.m. Sprint Cars Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for that night.
6:40 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars, School Buses & Penn Mar Vintage Cars Driver’s Meeting — (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:50 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Xtreme Stock (Rookie Rumble)
Sprint Cars
Penn Mar Vintage Cars
Xtreme Stock Cars
School Buses
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Penn Mar Vintage Car Heat Races (6 laps)
Sprint Cars Qualiying Heat Races (10 laps)
Xtreme Stock Car (Rookie Rumble) Feature (20 laps) – 20 minute time limit
Sprint Cars Consolation Race (10 laps) – if necessary.
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Penn Mar Vintage Car Feature (12 laps)
Sprint Cars Feature (25 laps)
The Great American School Bus Race (12 laps)
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (25 or 30 laps) – 30 minute time limit

April 21, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:30 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for that night.
6:40 p.m. Late Models, W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stock Cars and Mini Vans Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:50 p.m. - 7:20 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Trail Motors Super Sportsman
Late Models
W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stock Cars
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualiying Heat Races (8 laps)
Late Models Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stock Cars Qualifying Heat Races (6 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
Late Models Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Speedway Auto Sales Mini Van Construction Race Feature (10 laps)
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stock Car Feature (12 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
Late Models Feature (20 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
- Trail Motors Automotive Discount – Anyone who takes an SSP ticket stub to Trail Motors located at 4620 Susquehanna Trail North, in York will receive special discounts for services provided by specialized auto technicians. The discounts include a State Inspection & Emissions Test for $38.74 (normally $48.74) or an oil change for $20.99 (normally $24.99).
- Schedule Change – The “Salute to the Armed Forces” Thrill show scheduled for Saturday, May 27 which included the Smashmasters Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks, Fireworks and more has been cancelled.
- Hoosier Racing Tires Named Official Tire of SSP – The Susquehanna Speedway Park is pleased to announce Hoosier Racing Tire as its official tire again for the 2006 racing season. Hoosier-brand tires are the exclusive tire supplier for the Sprint Cars, Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks. SSP has signed a contract for Hoosier to be the official tire for the next three racing seasons for these divisions of racing.

2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Point Championships
(as of April 17, 2006)
Sprint Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 22 Fred Rahmer (1) Salfordsville, PA 100
2 77 Greg Hodnett Memphis, TN 97
3 12 Chad Layton Harrisburg, PA 94
4 25 Lance Dewease Fayetteville, PA 91
5 4 Eric Stambaugh East Berlin, PA 88
6 12 Blane Heimbach Selinsgrove, PA 86
7 69 Michael Carber Telford, PA 84
8 87 Alan Krimes Denver, PA 82
9 11c Cory Haas York, PA 80
10 X Bobby Weaver York, PA 78

Xtreme Stock Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 57 Gene Knaub (1) Dover, PA 100
2 0 Larry Hughes York Haven, PA 97
3 17G Mike Goodwin Wellsville, PA 94
4 12 Daryl Beakler Jonestown, PA 91
5 21H Travis Horan York, PA 88
6 99 Chris Heller Carlisle, PA 86
7 10 Charlie Pensinger Shippensburg, PA 84
8 11 Sam Rial Windsor, PA 82
9 1 Matt Smith Carlisle, PA 80
10 00 John Hiden Jr. Dover, PA 78

Trail Motors Super Sportsman:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 19 Dave Calaman (1) Carlisle, PA 100
2 77 Russ Mitten Newville, PA 97
3 22H Jim Shuttlesworth Lewisberry, PA 94
4 32 Smokey Snelbaker Dover, PA 91
5 8 Rich Eichelberger York Springs, PA 88
6 30 Scott Dellingner Lewisberry, PA 86
7 1B Joey Biasi Marysville, PA 84
8 1 John Stehman Halifax, PA 82
9 318 Danny Hager Greencastle, PA 80
10 11 Steve Fannasy Dauphin, PA 78

Street Stocks:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 99 Chad Smith (1) Halifax, PA 100
2 25H Brian Hauenstein Carlisle, PA 97
3 21K Kory Sites Hamburg, PA 94
4 80 Wes Alleman Newville, PA 91
5 69 George Eash Jonestown, PA 88
6 35 Gary Johnston Shippensburg, PA 86
7 33 Joe Whiteley Windsor, PA 84
8 88w Eric Walker Middletown, PA 82
9 22 Steven Dove Lebanon, PA 80
10 21H Joey Hoffer Annville, PA 78

Legends Cars:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 7R Ronnie Dunstan (1) Coplay, PA 100
2 17R Jason Rochelle Schnecksville, PA 97
3 29G Lawrence Garrison Beaver Springs, PA 94
4 48 Randy Kissinger Columbia, PA 91
5 19 Joshua Morrow Hamburg, PA 88
6 99 Rodney Kistler Kempton, PA 86
7 7 Geremy Sheaffer Ickesburg, PA 84
8 54 Jason Ewing McClure, PA 82
9 769 Stephen Nederostek Walnutsport, PA 80
10 22 Randy Fetteroff Dauphin, PA 78

ARDC Midgets:
Rank Car # Driver Name Hometown, State Points
1 10 Donnie Trent (1) Honeybrook, PA 100
2 9 Steve Lenig Selinsgrove, PA 97
3 21 Andy Martin Gordonville, PA 94
4 49 Billy Pauch, Jr. Frenchtown, PA 91
5 10 Frank Polimeda Fort Lee, NJ 88
6 15 Tom Hessert Cherry Hill, NJ 86
7 3 Tracy Miller Rancho Cucamonga, CA 84
8 14 A.J. Ernesto Reading, PA 82
9 491 Jimmy Light West Springfield, PA 80
10 99 Scott Zipp Bridgeport, PA 78

Feature Wins denoted in parenthesis ( )


CALAMAN WINS AGAIN AT SSP IN TRAIL MOTORS SUPER SPORTSMAN OPENER

Newberrytown, PA (April 14, 2006) - Picking up where he left off in 2005, Dave Calaman won the Opening Friday Night Trail Motors Super Sportsman feature at Susquehanna Speedway Park after a thrilling 20 lap event. Calaman also won the season ending race at SSP in 2005. Rounding out the top five were Russ Mitten, Jim Shuttlesworth, Smokey Snelbaker and Rich Eichelberger.

In other action, Donnie Trent passed Steve Lenig with tow laps to go for a victory in the ARDC Midgets feature event. Chad Smith lead from wire-to-wire to pick up the Street Stock feature event as did Daryl Sipe in the York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van main event.

The Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, April 20 with the Great American School Buses, Xtreme Stock Cars and the Penn Mar Vintage Club. On Friday Night, April 21, racing continues with the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, the Late Models, W.O.W (Women on Wheels) Stock Cars and a Mini Van Construction race.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m on Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. However, as a token of its appreciation to the fans, SSP is offering any fan with a ticket stub from April 13 or April 14, a $4.00 discount to the races on April 20 or April 21. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

SSP Results from Friday, April 14, 2006
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 Laps): 1. Dave Calaman, 2. Russ Mitten, 3. Jim Shuttlesworth, 4. Smokey Snelbaker, 5. Rich Eichelberger, 6. Scott Dellnginer, 7. Joey Biasi, 8. John Stehman , 9. Danny Hager, 10. Steve Fannasy, 11. Gregg Foster, 12. Billy Schoftstall, 13. Craig Morrow, 14. Bill Brown, 15. Bobby Hockenberry, 16. Lanny Hake, 17. Ryan Rupp, 18. Raymond Myers, 19. Brian Boughter, 20. Justin Stewart, 21. Dave Finch, 22. Steve Wilbur, 23. Chris Reed, 24. Paul Troutman
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Calaman 1-20
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Brown and Hockenberry

ARDC Midget Feature (20 Laps) 1. Donnie Trent, 2. Steve Lenig, 3. Andy Martin, 4. Billy Pauch, Jr, 5. Frank Polimeda, 6. Tom Hessert, 7. Tracy Miller, 8. A.J. Ernesto, 9. Jimmy Light, 10. Scott Zipp, 11 . Steve Buckwalter, 12. Tracy Readinger, 13. Eric Heydenreich, 14. Steve Craig, 15. P.J. Gargiulo, 16. Bobby Goerner, 17. Jeff Schell, 18. Ryan Smith, 19. Chris Zrinski, 20. Michele Miller, 21. Mike Miller, 22. Kathy Kurtz, 23. P.J. Pavlick ; DNS - Carey Becker, Ted Schmidt
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Lenig 1-18, Trent 19-20
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Trent and Polemed

Street Stock Feature (20 Laps) 1.Chad Smith, 2. Brian Havenstein, 3. Kory Sites, 4. Wes Alleman, 5. Geoge Eash, 6. Gary Johnston, 7. Joe Whiteley, 8. Eric Walker, 9. Steve Dove, 10. Joey Hoffer, 11. Ray Strauber, 12. Ronnie Rhoads, 13. Carmen Caltabiano, 14. Bruce Nichles, 15. Dave Thompson Jr., 16. Kyle Saylor, 17. Gary Walsh, 18. Jenn Scott, 19. Chad Millilkin, 20. Justin Rhoads, 21. M.R. Teal, 22. Scott Thunberg; DNS - Dave Motter, Brian Henise, Sam Leonard, Jr.
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Smith 1-20
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Walker and Smith

York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van Feature (8 Laps) 1. Daryl Sipe, 2. Butch Richcreek, 3. J.R. Rodriguez, 4. Dave Kohr, 5. Richy Richcreek, 6. Ricky McClane, 7. Travis Rife, 8. Austin Smith, 9. Jason Anderson, 10. Kimberly Martino, 11. Sherry Kitner, 12. Tom Valentine, 13. Stuart Shank, 14. Raul Anavitarte, 15. Bobbi Deskin; DNS Laura Dieter
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Sipe 1-8


RAHMER TAKES THRILLING SSP OPENER

Newberrytown, PA (April 13, 2006) - Fred Rahmer won the Opening Night Sprint Car feature at Susquehanna Speedway Park after a thrilling 25 lap event. In other action Ronnie Dunstan pulled out a last lap victory in Legends competition, Gene Knaub was the Xtreme Stock winner, and Brent Fogelsanger topped the Rookie Rumble.

For much of the 25-lap Sprint Car feature, sixth place starter Rahmer had the best seat in the house for a heated battle for the lead. Rahmer watched from third spot as second and third starters Greg Hodentt and Lance Dewease battled continuosly for the lead. Hodnett was credited with leading all but one of the first 20 laps, but Dewease was right there. So was Rahmer, who made quick work of first Dewease then Hodnett to take over the top spot on the 21st lap. Rahmer went on to score the $3,500 victory for his 29th career SSP win.

Hodnett had to settle for second spot, with Chad Layton coming from ninth to take third. Dewease and Eric Stambaugh completed the top five. Blane Heimbach, Michael Carber, Alan Krimes, Cory Haas and Bobby Weaver completed the top ten. Heats went to Dewease and Carber

Ronnie Dunstan vaulted from the fifth starting spot to the lead on the first lap of the 15 lap Legends feature, but yielded the top spot to team mate Jason Rochelle on lap seven. Dunstan hounded Rochelle throughout the event, and regained the lead on the final turn. The win was Dunstan’s sixth Legend’s win at SSP moving him into a tie with Tim Tomson for the top spot in that class. Dunstan also owns 12 SSP Late Model wins, and four SSP Midget wins. Rochelle, Lawrence Garrison, Randy Kissinger, and Josh Morrow rounded out the top five.

Gene Knaub came from mid pack to challenge Larry Hughes for the lead in the 25 lap Xtreme Stock feature event. After numerous laps of bumper to bumper and door to door racing, Knaub took over the lead on the 18th lap and went on to score his seventh career division win. Hughes finished second followed by defending track champ Mike Goodwin, Daryl Beakler, and Travis Horan.

Brent Fogelsanger also came from midpack to track down early leader Rich Lomman on the 11th of 15 laps in the Rookie Rumble. Lomman had to settle for second followed by Andrew Frye, Brian Shue, and John Chamberlain.

The Sprint Cars return to SSP on Thursday night, April 20 with the Great American School Buses and Xtreme Stock Cars.

SSP Results from Thursday, April 13, 2006
Sprint Cars Feature (25 Laps): 1. Fred Rahmer, 2. Greg Hodnett, 3. Chad Layton, 4. Lance Dewease, 5. Eric Stambaugh, 6. Brent Heimbach, 7. Michael Carber, 8. Alan Krimes, 9. Cory Haas, 10. Bobby Weaver, 11. Johnny Mackison Jr. , 12. Chad Jumper, 13. Mark Coldren, 14. Jeff Van Dusen, 15. Crvig Keel, !6. Scott Lutz, 17. Steve Poploski, 18. Billy Kimmel, 19. Cody Darrah, 20. Darwin Martin; DNS – Matt Miller
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Hodnett 1, Dewease 2, Hodnett 3-20, Rahmer 21-25
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Dewease and Carber

Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (25 Laps) 1. Gene Knaub, 2. Larry Hughes, 3. Mike Goodwin, 4. Daryl Beakler, 5. Travis Horan, 6. Chris Hellar, 7. Charlie Pensinger, 8. Sam Rial, 9.Matt Smith, 10. John Hiden Jr., 11. Doug Henson Sr., 12. Nathen Heindle, 13. Raymond Repp, 14. Sean Higgins, 15. Tommy Slanker, 16.Jason Failor, 17. Eric Snoak, 18. Adam Smith, 19. Gerald Barnes, 20. Randy Blonk, 21. Trevor Stark
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Beakler 1-2, Hughes 3-17, Knaub 18-25

XSC Rookie Rumble Feature (15 Laps) 1.Brent Fogelsanger, 2. Rich Lomman, 3. Andy Frye, 4. Brian Shue, 5. John Chamberlain, 6. Jud Latshaw, 7. Larry Landis, 8. Pous Honsonvr, 9. John Scrivens, 10. Randy Gladfelter, 11. Adam Alwoney
FEATURE LAP LEADER: Lomman 1-10 Fogelsanger 11-15

Legends Cars Feature (15 Laps) 1. Ronnie Dunston, 2. Jason Rochelle, 3. Lawrence Garrison, 4. Randy Kissinger, 5. Josh Morrow, 6. Rodney Kistler, 7. Geremy Sheaffer, 8. Jason Ewing, 9. Steve Nederostek, 10. Randy Fetterhoff, 11. Rodney Adams, 12. Bob Murray, 13. Bill Harris, 14. Kenny Keyton, 15. Ed Wentz,16.Zach Dieter, 17. Mark Sheaffer, 18. Jim Halbert, 19. Jeff Cordin, 20. Rick Herring, 21. Tim Tomson, 22. Greg Burd, 23. Pat Zellers, 24. Andy Lupfer
FEATURE LAP LEADER:Dunstan 1-6, Rochelle 7-14, Dunstan 15

SSP News and Notes:
- Tonight, the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, ARDC Midgets and Street Stocks kick off their season on Friday night, April 14 along with a special appearance from the Easter Bunny and the popular Mini Van division. A special Candy Scramble will also be held on the frontstretch before the feature racing events.
Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night. Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.
April 14, 2006 - Friday Time Schedule (2006 Season Opener)
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:25 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for that night.
6:35 p.m. ARDC Midget Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:45 p.m. Street Stocks & Mini Van Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:55 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Trail Motors Super Sportsman
ARDC Midgets
Street Stocks
Mini Vans (Women only)
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualiying Heat Races (8 laps)
ARDC Midgets Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Mini Van Feature (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
ARDC Midgets Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Street Stocks Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Easter Bunny Visit and Kid’s Candy Scramble - Frontstretch
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
ARDC Midgets Feature (20 laps)
Street Stocks Feature (20 laps)


SSP Opens the 2006 Season with Racing on Thursday and Friday Nights

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (April 11, 2005) – The Susquehanna Speedway Park opens its 2006 season of racing on Thursday, April 13 featuring Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stock Cars and Legends Cars. Thursday night will also feature the Al Hamilton Birthday Bash with special appearances of past pilots of the famed number 77 Sprinter. Drivers who have already indicated that they will be in attendance are Lynn Paxton, Kramer Williamson, Rick Schmelyn Sr. and Dave Calaman. The 2005 Susquehanna Speedway Park track champion, Greg Hodnett also looks to begin his defense of the title in the Hamilton 77 Sprinter.

On the next night, the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, ARDC Midgets and Street Stocks kick off their season on Friday night, April 14 along with a special appearance from the Easter Bunny and the popular Mini Van division. A special Candy Scramble will also be held on the frontstretch before the feature racing events.

Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m. in 2006 for both Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. The speedway website is located at www.sspracing.net. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or email toddafish@aol.com. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Susquehanna Speedway Park
www.sspracing.net or (717) 292-1696 / Track (717) 938-9170
April 13, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule (2006 Season Opener)
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $20.00; Non members - $22.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $14.00; Teens (13-17) – $10.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:30 p.m. Sprint Cars Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for that night.
6:40 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars & Legends Cars Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:55 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Xtreme Stock (Rookie Rumble)
Sprint Cars
Legends Cars
Xtreme Stock Cars
7:20 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble Feature (20 laps) – 20 minute time limit
Sprint Cars Qualiying Heat Races (10 laps)
Legends Cars Qualifying Heat Races (6 laps)
Sprint Cars Consolation Race (10 laps) – if necessary.
Legends Cars Consolation Race (6 laps) – if necessary
Al Hamilton Birthday Bash Celebration - Frontstretch
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Sprint Cars Feature (25 laps)
Xtreme Stock Cars Feature (25 or 30 laps) – 30 minute time limit
Legends Cars Feature (15 laps)

April 14, 2006 - Thursday Time Schedule (2006 Season Opener)
(Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: Members - $18.00; Non members - $20.00
Grandstands Gates Open: General admission: Adults - $12.00; Teens (13-17) – $8.00;
Children (12 & under) – Free
6:25 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Driver’s Meeting (Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for that night.
6:35 p.m. ARDC Midget Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:45 p.m. Street Stocks & Mini Van Driver’s Meeting—(Mandatory) - A random role call may be taken. Failure to report to the driver’s meeting may result in disqualification for night.
6:55 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. Practice Begins (all divisions in the following order) - THIS IS NOT A RACE!
Rotation: Trail Motors Super Sportsman
ARDC Midgets
Street Stocks
Mini Vans (Women only)
7:25 p.m. Welcome, Invocation and National Anthem
7:30 p.m. Trail Motors Super Sportsman Qualiying Heat Races (8 laps)
ARDC Midgets Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Street Stocks Qualifying Heat Races (8 laps)
Mini Van Feature (8 laps)
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary.
ARDC Midgets Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Street Stocks Consolation Race (8 laps) – if necessary
Easter Bunny Visit and Kid’s Candy Scramble - Frontstretch
Feature Events — Victory Lane @ Finish Line for Top 3 in each division.
$200 fine for any of the top 3 not stopping at victory lane!
Trail Motors Super Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
ARDC Midgets Feature (20 laps)
Street Stocks Feature (20 laps)

SSP Pit Notes
- Schedule Change – The “Salute to the Armed Forces” Thrill show scheduled for Saturday, May 27 which included the Smashmasters Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks, Fireworks and more has been cancelled.
- New Computerized Driver Check In Procedure – SSP is currently finalizing a new computerized sign in process in which all drivers will use a bar-coded license card to sign in at the pit gates on their night of racing. This should speed up both check in and determining the lineups for the night. The same handicapping procedures will be used as in the past two years. All drivers who have already signed up for a license will receive their cards at the back pit sign in on the day of their first racing event.
- Hoosier Racing Tires Named Official Tire of SSP – The Susquehanna Speedway Park is pleased to announce Hoosier Racing Tire as its official tire again for the 2006 racing season. Hoosier-brand tires are the exclusive tire supplier for the Sprint Cars, Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks. SSP has signed a contract for Hoosier to be the official tire for the next three racing seasons for these divisions of racing.
- SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.
- The National Sprint Tour visits SSP on Thursday, June 8, Friday, June 9 and Thursday, August 3. Raindates will be announced for all events if needed. General admission main grandstand tickets will be $30.00 each for each night of racing. There will be a limited number of 3,000 tickets available for advance purchase for the main grandstand area only. There will also be a limit of 400 children tickets (ages 6-12) available for $12.00 each. Children ages 5 and under will be admitted free. Once the tickets are sold, there will be no more tickets offered for the main grandstand area. Cooler size limits will be strictly enforced.

NST tickets may also be purchased now by sending a check or money order for the amount of tickets ordered along with a $4.00 fee per total order to cover the Certified Mail fees. Orders may be sent 3805 Natalie Lane, Dover, PA 17315. Phone orders with credit cards are also accepted by calling 717-292-1696.


SSP Open Practice & Media Night on Sunday, April 9

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (April 2, 2005) – The Susquehanna Speedway Park is once again preparing for its preseason Media & Open Practice Night on Sunday, April 9 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. The pit and grandstand gates open at 5:00 p.m. Drivers and their teams will have the opportunity to test out the new clay and reconfigured turns of the speedway which has more banking for 2006. “We have worked very hard in the off-season by adding clay to the turns and making many other improvements to the overall facility. Participants and fans will be pleasantly surprised with the upgrades and changes,” said co-owner Todd Fisher.

All types of full size racecars may attend the open practice which includes Sprint Cars, Super Sportsman, Late Models, Street Stocks, Xtreme Stock Cars, Classic Cars, and Women on Wheels. The only smaller than full size racecars that will be permitted are the Legends Cars, Four Cylinders, Mini Vans and ARDC Midgets. Speedway officials anticipate at least four practice sessions for each division of cars.

Media members will also have the opportunity to speak with the driver and their car owners in a non-competition setting about the upcoming season and other issues within the racing community. The grandstands will be open for free to the public during the practice session. The cost for the pits will be $12.00 per person with a minimum age requirement of 14 years of age. All pit entrants who are 14 to 17 years of age must have a release signed by a parent before they will be permitted in the pits. All concessions stands will also be operational for both the pits and the grandstands.

Opening night for the 2006 racing season will be Thursday, April 13 featuring the Sprint Cars, the Xtreme Stock Cars and Legends Cars. Thursday night will also be the Al Hamilton Birthday Bash with special appearances of past pilots of the famed number 77 Sprinter. The Trail Motors Super Sportsman, ARDC Midgets and Street Stocks kick off their season on Friday night, April 14. Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m. in 2006 for both Thursdays and Fridays. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced, action packed 2 hour program each and every night.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. The speedway website is located at www.sspracing.net. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or email toddafish@aol.com. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

Sunday, April 9, 2006 – Open Practice Time Schedule (Subject to Change)
5:00 p.m. Pit Gates Open: Pit Passes: $12.00
Grandstands Open: Admission is free
Order of Practice (pit location in parenthesis)
6:00 p.m. Xtreme Stock Cars (infield)
Late Models (front pit)
Street Stocks (infield)
ARDC Midgets (back pit – outside turn 2)
Four Cylinders (infield)
Legends Cars (infield)
Sportsman (front pit)
Women on Wheels (infield)
Mini Vans (back pit – outside turn 2)
Sprint Cars (back pit – outside turn 2)
Begin rotation again with Xtreme Stock Cars (a minimum of four rotations expected).

SSP Pit Notes
- New Computerized Driver Check In Procedure – SSP is currently finalizing a new computerized sign in process in which all drivers will use a bar-coded license card to sign in at the pit gates on their night of racing. This should speed up both check in and determining the lineups for the night. The same handicapping procedures will be used as in the past two years. All drivers who have already signed up for a license will receive their cards at the back pit sign in on the day of their first racing event.
- Hoosier Racing Tires Named Official Tire of SSP – The Susquehanna Speedway Park is pleased to announce Hoosier Racing Tire as its official tire again for the 2006 racing season. Hoosier-brand tires are the exclusive tire supplier for the Sprint Cars, Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks. SSP has signed a contract for Hoosier to be the official tire for the next three racing seasons for these divisions of racing.
- SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.
- The National Sprint Tour visits SSP on Thursday, June 8, Friday, June 9 and Thursday, August 3. Raindates will be announced for all events if needed. General admission main grandstand tickets will be $30.00 each for each night of racing. There will be a limited number of 3,000 tickets available for advance purchase for the main grandstand area only. There will also be a limit of 400 children tickets (ages 6-12) available for $12.00 each. Children ages 5 and under will be admitted free. Once the tickets are sold, there will be no more tickets offered for the main grandstand area. Cooler size limits will be strictly enforced.

NST tickets may also be purchased now by sending a check or money order for the amount of tickets ordered along with a $4.00 fee per total order to cover the Certified Mail fees. Orders may be sent 3805 Natalie Lane, Dover, PA 17315. Phone orders with credit cards are also accepted by calling 717-292-1696.

- Schedule Change – The EMMR Vintage cars have been moved from Thursday, August 10 to Thursday, August 17.

2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Event Schedule (as of 4-2-06 – Subject to Change)
April 9 (Sun.) Open Practice Night / Media Night (6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.) Gates open at 5:00 p.m. (All Division Welcome)
April 13 (Thur.) Opening Night of Fun (Points Championship Begins) - Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars
April 14 (Fri.) Kid’s Candy Scramble and Easter Bunny Visits plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, ARDC Midgets and Street Stocks
April 20 (Thur.) The Great American School Bus Race plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Penn Mar Vintage Club
April 21 (Fri.) Mini Van Construction Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stocks
April 27 (Thur.) Used Car Giveaway plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars
April 28 (Fri.) Mini Van Snake Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Street Stocks and Four Cylinders
Handicapping lineups begin for all point earning divisions
May 4 (Thur.) One-on-One Street Car Drags plus Sprints Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars
May 5 (Fri.) Mini Van Fishing Race plus ARDC Midgets, Late Models and Street Stocks
May 11 (Thur.) Mother’s Appreciation Night plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stocks
May 12 (Fri.) Women on Wheels Mini Vans plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Street Stocks and Legends Cars
May 18 (Thur.) Ugliest Car Contest plus Sprints Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Penn Mar Vintage Club
May 19 (Fri.) Mini Van Toll Booth Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Classic Cars
May 25 (Thur.) The Great American School Bus Race plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars
May 26 (Fri.) Mini Van Lazy Dog Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
May 27 (Sat.) “Salute to the Armed Forces” Thrill Show (Smashmasters Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks, Fireworks & MORE)
June 1 (Thur.) One-on-One Street Car Drags plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Four Cylinders
June 2 (Fri.) Mini Van Doughnut Delivery Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
June 8 (Thur.) National Sprint Car Tour Night 1 plus Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars (Advance Tickets - Limited # Available)
June 9 (Fri.) National Sprint Car Tour Night 2 plus ARDC Midgets and Legends Cars (Advance Tickets - Limited # Available)
June 15 (Thur.) Father’s Appreciation & A.R.C.H. (Auto Racing Club of Hagerstown) Night - DIRT Modifieds, Xtreme Stocks, Penn Mar Vintage Club and the Great American School Bus Race
June 16 (Fri.) Father’s Appreciation Night & Mini Van Construction Race-Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models & Street Stocks
June 22 (Thur.) Kid’s Box Car Races plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars
June 23 (Fri.) Kid’s Big Wheel Racing plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
June 29 (Thur.) Cindy Rowe Auto Glass PA Sprint Car Speedweeks for Sprint Cars ($5,000-to-win), Xtreme Stocks and W.O.W. Stocks Time Trials begin at 6:45 p.m.
June 30 (Fri.) Summer Fun Championships - Trail Motors Super Sportsman (50 laps), Late Models (40 laps), Street Stocks (30 laps) & Mini Van Lazy Dog Race
July 3 (Mon.) The Super Show - ARDC Midgets, 600cc Micro Sprints, Legends Cars and All Star Race Trucks
July 4 (Tues.) - July 19 (Wed.) Mid Summer Vacation Break (No racing events)
July 20 (Thur.) Sabko Enterprises Twin 20’s for Sprint Cars & Kid’s Money Scramble plus Xtreme Stocks, W.O.W. Stocks and The Great American School Bus Race
July 21 (Fri.) Christmas in July (Santa Claus Visit & Toy Scramble) plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models & Street Stocks
July 27 (Thur.) Kid’s Big Wheel Racing plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars
July 28 (Fri.) Kid’s Box Car Races plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
August 3 (Thur.) National Sprint Car Tour plus Xtreme Stocks and Penn Mar Vintage Club Tour (Advance Tickets - Limited # Available)
August 4 (Fri.) Camera & Autograph Night plus ARDC Midgets, Late Models, Classic Cars, W.O.W. Stocks & Mini Van Snake Race
August 10 (Thur.) Mini Van Super Oval Race plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks
August 11 (Fri.) Camera & Autograph Night plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Street Stocks, Four Cylinders
August 17 (Thur.) Camera & Autograph Night plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars and EMMR Vintage Club Cars
August 18 (Fri.) Mini Van Construction Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
August 24 (Thur.) The Great American School Bus Championship plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars
August 25 (Fri.) Women on Wheels School Bus Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
August 30 (Wed.) Inaugural York County Nationals Invitational Golf Tournament - Valley Green Golf Course (9:00 a.m.)
August 31 (Thur.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 1) & King of the Posse Match Races - Sprint Cars (32 laps), Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars Dirt Nationals Qualifier (Rain date: To Be Announced)
September 1 (Fri.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 2) - 2nd Annual Trail Motors Super Sportsman Championship (75 laps) plus Street Stocks and Four Cylinders (Rain date: Sunday, Sept. 3)
September 2 (Sat.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 3) Late Models (40 laps), ARDC Midgets (Twin 20’s) and Classic Cars (Rain date: Sunday, Sept. 3)
*All Point Championships end after the completion of all York County National events
September 23 (Sat.) Smashfest ‘06 & Newberry Community Fair - Big &Small Car Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks & more in this exciting night of destruction and FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR (Rain date: Sunday, September 24)
September 29 (Fri.) Open Practice Night / Media Night (6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.) Gates open at 5:00 p.m. (All Division Welcome)
September 30 (Sat.) Late Model 50 Lap Championship Race and ARDC Midgets plus other divisions to be announced - 3 p.m.
October 7 (Sat.) Pumpkin 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Oct. 8)
October 20 (Fri.) Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic Qualifying Day for Street Stocks & Four Cylinders also features for Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble and Mini Vans - 7:30 p.m.
October 21 (Sat.) 3rd Annual Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic (50 laps each) - Street Stocks, Four Cylinders & Xtreme Stock Cars - 3 p.m.
October 28 (Sat.) Candy Bowl II - ARDC Midgets, 600cc Micro Sprints, Lincoln Thundercars, Legends Cars, Classic Cars & W.O.W. Stocks - 3 p.m.
November 4 (Sat.) Racecar Flea Market - 6:00 a.m. - ? ? ? (All types welcome)
November 11 (Sat.) Turkey 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Nov. 12)


Credit Cards Now Accepted for Pre-Season Sales at SSP

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (February 17, 2006) – Fans are now able to purchase tickets for all Susquehanna Speedway Park events by using a Mastercard or Visa credit card. Credit cards may be used at the ticket window or to purchase any preseason packages in advance. Preseason purchases include season passes, reserved seats, advance tickets for the three National Sprint Tour dates, reserved parking spots and gift certificates.
SSP offers three types of season passes for the 2006 season. The “All Event Grandstand Season Pass” encompasses all 48 events throughout the whole season. It may be purchased for $485.00 ($685.00 value).
The second type of pass offered is the “Sprint Car Grandstand Season Pass” which is used for all 19 Thursday Sprint Car events including all three NST dates scheduled for June 8, 9 and August 3. The pass excludes the June 15 DIRT Modified race and the final race for the pass is on August 31. The pass costs $260.00 ($327.00 value).
The final type of season pass is the “Friday Night Grandstand Season Pass” featuring all 18 Friday events with the exception of the June 9 NST Date. The final race for the pass is on August 31. The price is $160.00 ($217.00 value).
Reserved Seats with the same provisions as the Grandstand Season Pass categories are available as well. Those who had reserved seats in 2005 will have the first chance at the same seats for 2006 until February 28, 2006. If the seats are not paid for by that date, then they will be offered to the general public. For “new” reserved seat orders, the choice is based on the order in which the money is received to SSP’s home office. Once received, SSP will contact those persons in March to make their choice of seats that are unreserved. For a reserved seat for “all events,” the Top Row is $100.00 (top row renewal is $90.00) and All Other Rows are $90.00 (other row renewal is $80.00).
Reserved seats for the Sprint Car Events are $60.00 for the Top Row (top row renewal is $50.00) and All Other Rows are $50.00 (other row renewal is $40.00). Reserved seats for the Friday Night Events (excluding the Friday NST race) are $60.00 for the Top Row (top row renewal is $50.00) and All Other Rows are $50.00 (other row renewal is $40.00).
Reserved “Preferred” Parking Spot in the front parking area are available for all events for $100.00. Gift Certificates are also vailable in $5.00 and $1.00 increments for tickets and concessions. These make great gifts for your special racefan.
The National Sprint Tour visits SSP on Thursday, June 8, Friday, June 9 and Thursday, August 3. Raindates will be announced for all events if needed. General admission main grandstand tickets will be $30.00 each for each night of racing. There will be a limited number of 3,000 tickets available for advance purchase for the main grandstand area only. There will also be a limit of 400 children tickets (ages 6-12) available for $12.00 each. Children ages 5 and under will be admitted free. Once the tickets are sold, there will be no more tickets offered for the main grandstand area. Cooler size limits will be strictly enforced.
NST tickets may also be purchased now by sending a check or money order for the amount of tickets ordered along with a $4.00 fee per total order to cover the Certified Mail fees. Orders may be sent 3805 Natalie Lane, Dover, PA 17315. Phone orders with credit cards are also accepted by calling 717-292-1696.
The 2006 weekly racing season of the Susquehanna Speedway Park will begin on Thursday, April 13 featuring the Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stock Cars and Legends Cars. The 4/10 mile dirt track enters its 52nd season of operation with an aggressive schedule of more than 50 events. Its Friday night weekly program will begin the following night on April 14 with the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, ARDC wingless Midgets and Street Stocks. The night will be highlighted with a visit by the Easter Bunny and a Kid’s Candy Scramble on the frontstretch.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. The speedway website is located at www.sspracing.net. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or email toddafish@aol.com

SSP Pit Notes
- New for 2006 is all Children 12 and under will be admitted free with the exception of the National Sprint Tour dates on June 8 & 9 and August 3.
Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.
Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.
- SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.


NST Tickets on Sale at York Dirt Trackin’s Show this Weekend

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (January 26, 2006) – Fans will be able to purchase tickets for the Susquehanna Speedway Park’s National Sprint Tour events at the 23rd Annual York Dirt Trackin Show this weekend. The National Sprint Tour visits SSP on Thursday, June 8, Friday, June 9 and Thursday, August 3. Raindates will be announced for all events if needed. General admission main grandstand tickets will be $30.00 each for each night of racing. There will be a limited number of 3,000 tickets available for advance purchase for the main grandstand area only. There will also be a limit of 400 children tickets (ages 6-12) available for $12.00 each. Children ages 5 and under will be admitted free. Once the tickets are sold, there will be no more tickets offered for the main grandstand area. Cooler size limits will be strictly enforced.
The National Sprint Tour will feature many of the best sprint car drivers and teams in the world which includes Danny Lasoski (Roth Motorsports), Jason Meyers (Elite Racing), Brian Paulus (P and P Motorsports), Woodward Racing’s Volcano Joe’s #2, Tim Kaeding (Steve Kinser Racing), Steve Kinser (Steve Kinser Racing), Shane Stewart (Rudeen Racing), Tim Shaffer (Parsons Motorsports), Brandon Wimmer (Two Winners Racing), Paul McMahan (Tony Stewart Motorsports), Joey Saldana (Kasey Kahne Motorsports), Jason Solwold (Lon Carnahan Motorsports), Jason Sides (Sides Motorsports) and Lucas Wolfe (David Helm/Selma Shell Racing). Taking on the SSP regulars will pose one of the NST stars toughest challenges during their season.
Tickets have been on sale for about a week at a faster pace than expected. A sellout for the grandstands is expected for each night of racing.
NST tickets may also be purchased now by sending a check or money order for the amount of tickets ordered along with a $4.00 fee per total order to cover the Certified Mail fees. Orders may be sent 3805 Natalie Lane, Dover, PA 17315. Credit card processing will be available in the near future.
Tickets will also be on sale at the SSP booth at the 23rd Annual York Dirt Trackin’ show January 27- 29. The show will be held at the Memorial Hall in the Expo Center of the York Fairgrounds more than 140 race vehicles, from go karts to sprinters, Busch Grand National to street stocks...old style vintage and choppers, as well. Friday night will feature the Ms. Dirt Trackin' Contest sponsored by CarSoup.com, WHP-TV 21 and Brothers Trucking, at 7 p.m., followed by a live performance by the Jazz Me band at 8:30 p.m. sponsored by Members 1st and Farnham's Insurance. Saturday night, fans will be able to meet their favorite drivers like Mares Stellfox, Greg Hodnett, Lance DeWease, and more. Saturday evening activities include PWE wrestling from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. with a championship match featuring champion Larr "Sweet n Sour" Sweeney. Sunday will start up with an RFC church service at 8:20 a.m., and then Kid's Day will have everyone peddling with big wheel races. The final ceremony and awards presentation sponsored by Zimmerman's Automotive and Jack Giambalvo Dealerships of York, will take place at 3:00 p.m. Every day of the show will feature remote control racing, a tire changing challenge, race car simulators, and more than 100 exhibitors.
Show hours are Friday 4:00 p.m. -11:00 p.m., Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m., and Sunday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Adult admission is only $10.00, ages 7-12 are $5.00, children 6 years of age and younger free. Parking is free. For more information go to www.york-dirt-trackin.com or call 717-979-0341.
The 2006 weekly racing season of the Susquehanna Speedway Park will begin on Thursday, April 13 featuring the Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stock Cars and Legends Cars. The 4/10 mile dirt track enters its 52nd season of operation with an aggressive schedule of more than 50 events. Its Friday night weekly program will begin the following night on April 14 with the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, ARDC wingless Midgets and Street Stocks. The night will be highlighted with a visit by the Easter Bunny and a Kid’s Candy Scramble on the frontstretch.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. The speedway website is located at www.sspracing.net. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or email toddafish@aol.com.  

SSP Pit Notes
- New for 2006 is all Children 12 and under will be admitted free with the exception of the National Sprint Tour dates on June 8 & 9 and August 3.
Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.
Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.
- SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.
- 2006 Pricing:
- All Event Grandstand Season Pass (48 events throughout the whole season - $685.00 value): $485.00
- Sprint Car Grandstand Season Pass (All 19 Thursday Sprint Car events including 3 NST Dates
$327.00 value; excludes June 15 DIRT Modified race; the final race for the pass is on August 31): $260.00
- Friday Night Grandstand Season Pass (All 18 Friday events with the exception of the June 9
NST Date; $217.00 value; the final race for the pass is on August 31) $160.00
- Reserved Seats (same provisions as the Grandstand Pass Categories)
Those who had reserved seats in 2005 will have the first chance at the same seats for 2006 until February 28, 2006. If the seats are not paid for by that date, then they will be offered to the general public. For “new” reserved seat orders, the choice is based on the order in which the money is received to SSP’s home office. Once received, SSP will contact those persons to make their choice of seats that are unreserved.
1) All Events – Top Row: $100.00 (top row renewal is $90.00)
All Other Rows: $ 90.00 (other row renewal is $80.00)
2) Sprint Car Events – Top Row: $ 60.00 (top row renewal is $50.00)
All Other Rows: $ 50.00 (other row renewal is $40.00)
3) Friday Night Events – Top Row: $ 60.00 (top row renewal is $50.00)
All Other Rows: $ 50.00 (other row renewal is $40.00)
- Reserved “Preferred” Parking Spot (front) – all events for $100.00
- Gift Certificates are available in $5.00 and $1.00 increments for tickets and concessions.


Susquehanna Speedway Park Adding to Its Staff

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (January 19, 2006) – As the Susquehanna Speedway Park readies for its season opener on Thursday evening, April 13th, applications are currently being accepted for all event-related jobs for both Thursday and Friday events. These positions include race officials, firemen, lineup workers, flagmen, technical inspectors, scorers, ticket sellers, ticket takers, concessions workers and more. “We have the best staff of employees in the area, if not the entire United States,” said co-owner Todd Fisher. “With the addition of another night of racing on Friday, some of our employees cannot commit to both nights, thus creating some openings.” There are some openings available on Thursdays as well.
“Working at a speedway is a very exciting and rewarding experience as you will have the opportunity to meet new people and make new friends,” said co-owner Rhonda Fisher. “We will train each person for their particular position.”
Applications may be obtained online at www.sspracing.net or by contacting the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696. Interviews with potential employees will be conducted at the York Dirt Trackin’ Show from Friday, January 27 through Sunday, January 29 by appointment only.
The 2006 weekly racing season of the Susquehanna Speedway Park will begin on Thursday, April 13 featuring the Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stock Cars and Legends Cars. The 4/10 mile dirt track enters its 52nd season of operation with an aggressive schedule of more than 50 events. Its Friday night weekly program will begin the following night on April 14 with the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, ARDC wingless Midgets and Street Stocks. The night will be highlighted with a visit by the Easter Bunny and a Kid’s Candy Scramble on the frontstretch.
There will be no Sunday rain dates for cancelled Thursday or Friday events as done during the past two seasons. A few “special” events will have raindates as marked on the schedule.
Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m. in 2006 for both Thursday and Friday night racing. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. The speedway website is located at www.sspracing.net. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or email toddafish@aol.com.

SSP Pit Notes
- The ARDC Midgets have been added to the race event on Saturday, September 30 along with the 50-lap Late Model Championship. The event will begin at 3:00 p.m.
- General Admission Main Grandstand Tickets for the June 8, 9 and August 3 National Sprint Tour events are on sale now and will be $30.00 each for each night of racing. There will be a limited number of 3,000 tickets available for advance purchase for the main grandstand area only. There will also be a limit of 400 children tickets (ages 6-12) available for $12.00 each. Children ages 5 and under will be admitted free. Once the tickets are sold, there will be no more tickets offered for the main grandstand area. Cooler size limits will be strictly enforced.
Tickets may be purchased now by sending a check or money order for the amount of tickets ordered along with a $4.00 fee per total order to cover the Certified Mail fees. Orders may be sent 3805 Natalie Lane, Dover, PA 17315. Tickets will also be on sale at the SSP booth at the York Dirt Trackin’ show January 27- 29. Phone orders for tickets will not be taken as credit card processing is not available at this time.
- New for 2006 is all Children 12 and under will be admitted free with the exception of the National Sprint Tour dates on June 8 & 9 and August 3.
Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.
Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.
- SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases.

- 2006 Pricing:
- All Event Grandstand Season Pass (48 events throughout the whole season - $685.00 value): $485.00
- Sprint Car Grandstand Season Pass (All 19 Thursday Sprint Car events including 3 NST Dates
$327.00 value; excludes June 15 DIRT Modified race; the final race for the pass is on
August 31): $260.00
- Friday Night Grandstand Season Pass (All 18 Friday events with the exception of the June 9
NST Date; $217.00 value; the final race for the pass is on August 31) $160.00
- Reserved Seats (same provisions as the Grandstand Pass Categories)
Those who had reserved seats in 2005 will have the first chance at the same seats for 2006 until February 28, 2006. If the seats are not paid for by that date, then they will be offered to the general public. For “new” reserved seat orders, the choice is based on the order in which the money is received to SSP’s home office. Once received, SSP will contact those persons to make their choice of seats that are unreserved.
1) All Events – Top Row: $100.00 (top row renewal is $90.00)
All Other Rows: $ 90.00 (other row renewal is $80.00)
2) Sprint Car Events – Top Row: $ 60.00 (top row renewal is $50.00)
All Other Rows: $ 50.00 (other row renewal is $40.00)
3) Friday Night Events – Top Row: $ 60.00 (top row renewal is $50.00)
All Other Rows: $ 50.00 (other row renewal is $40.00)
- Reserved “Preferred” Parking Spot (front) – all events for $100.00
- Gift Certificates are available in $5.00 and $1.00 increments for tickets and concessions.

2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Event Schedule
(as of 1-19-06 – Subject to Change)
April 9 (Sun.) Open Practice Night / Media Night (6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.) Gates open at 5:00 p.m. (All Division Welcome)
April 13 (Thur.) Opening Night of Fun (Points Championship Begins) - Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars
April 14 (Fri.) Kid’s Candy Scramble and Easter Bunny Visits plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, ARDC Midgets and Street Stocks
April 20 (Thur.) The Great American School Bus Race plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Penn Mar Vintage Club
April 21 (Fri.) Mini Van Construction Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stocks
April 27 (Thur.) Used Car Giveaway plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars
April 28 (Fri.) Mini Van Snake Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Street Stocks and Four Cylinders Handicapping lineups begin for all point earning divisions
May 4 (Thur.) One-on-One Street Car Drags plus Sprints Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars
May 5 (Fri.) Mini Van Fishing Race plus ARDC Midgets, Late Models and Street Stocks
May 11 (Thur.) Mother’s Appreciation Night plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stocks
May 12 (Fri.) Women on Wheels Mini Vans plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Street Stocks and Legends Cars
May 18 (Thur.) Ugliest Car Contest plus Sprints Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Penn Mar Vintage Club
May 19 (Fri.) Mini Van Toll Booth Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Classic Cars
May 25 (Thur.) The Great American School Bus Race plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars
May 26 (Fri.) Mini Van Lazy Dog Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
May 27 (Sat.) “Salute to the Armed Forces” Thrill Show (Smashmasters Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks, Fireworks & MORE)
June 1 (Thur.) One-on-One Street Car Drags plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Four Cylinders
June 2 (Fri.) Mini Van Doughnut Delivery Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
June 8 (Thur.) National Sprint Car Tour Night 1 plus Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars (Advance Tickets - Limited # Available)
June 9 (Fri.) National Sprint Car Tour Night 2 plus ARDC Midgets and Legends Cars (Advance Tickets - Limited # Available)
June 15 (Thur.) Father’s Appreciation & A.R.C.H. (Auto Racing Club of Hagerstown) Night - DIRT Modifieds, Xtreme Stocks, Penn Mar Vintage Club and the Great American School Bus Race
June 16 (Fri.) Father’s Appreciation Night & Mini Van Construction Race-Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models & Street Stocks
June 22 (Thur.) Kid’s Box Car Races plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars
June 23 (Fri.) Kid’s Big Wheel Racing plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
June 29 (Thur.) Cindy Rowe Auto Glass PA Sprint Car Speedweeks for Sprint Cars ($5,000-to-win), Xtreme Stocks and W.O.W. Stocks Time Trials begin at 6:45 p.m.
June 30 (Fri.) Summer Fun Championships - Trail Motors Super Sportsman (50 laps), Late Models (40 laps), Street Stocks (30 laps) & Mini Van Lazy Dog Race
July 3 (Mon.) The Super Show - ARDC Midgets, 600cc Micro Sprints, Legends Cars and All Star Race Trucks
July 4 (Tues.) - July 19 (Wed.) Mid Summer Vacation Break (No racing events)
July 20 (Thur.) Sabko Enterprises Twin 20’s for Sprint Cars & Kid’s Money Scramble plus Xtreme Stocks, W.O.W. Stocks and The Great American School Bus Race
July 21 (Fri.) Christmas in July (Santa Claus Visit & Toy Scramble) plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models & Street Stocks
July 27 (Thur.) Kid’s Big Wheel Racing plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars
July 28 (Fri.) Kid’s Box Car Races plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
August 3 (Thur.) National Sprint Car Tour plus Xtreme Stocks and Penn Mar Vintage Club Tour (Advance Tickets - Limited # Available)
August 4 (Fri.) Camera & Autograph Night plus ARDC Midgets, Late Models, Classic Cars, W.O.W. Stocks & Mini Van Snake Race
August 10 (Thur.) Mini Van Super Oval Race plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and EMMR Vintage Club Cars
August 11 (Fri.) Camera & Autograph Night plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Street Stocks, Four Cylinders
August 17 (Thur.) Camera & Autograph Night plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars
August 18 (Fri.) Mini Van Construction Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
August 24 (Thur.) The Great American School Bus Championship plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars
August 25 (Fri.) Women on Wheels School Bus Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
August 30 (Wed.) Inaugural York County Nationals Invitational Golf Tournament - Valley Green Golf Course (9:00 a.m.)
August 31 (Thur.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 1) & King of the Posse Match Races - Sprint Cars (32 laps), Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars Dirt Nationals Qualifier (Rain date: To Be Announced)
September 1 (Fri.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 2) - 2nd Annual Trail Motors Super Sportsman Championship (75 laps) plus Street Stocks and Four Cylinders (Rain date: Sunday, Sept. 3)
September 2 (Sat.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 3) Late Models (40 laps), ARDC Midgets (Twin 20’s) and Classic Cars (Rain date: Sunday, Sept. 3)
*All Point Championships end after the completion of all York County National events
September 23 (Sat.) Smashfest ‘06 & Newberry Community Fair - Big &Small Car Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks & more in this exciting night of destruction and FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR (Rain date: Sunday, September 24)
September 29 (Fri.) Open Practice Night / Media Night (6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.) Gates open at 5:00 p.m. (All Division Welcome)
September 30 (Sat.) Late Model 50 Lap Championship Race and ARDC Midgets plus other divisions to be announced - 3 p.m.
October 7 (Sat.) Pumpkin 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Oct. 8)
October 20 (Fri.) Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic Qualifying Day for Street Stocks & Four Cylinders also features for Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble and Mini Vans - 7:30 p.m.
October 21 (Sat.) 3rd Annual Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic (50 laps each) - Street Stocks, Four Cylinders & Xtreme Stock Cars - 3 p.m.
October 28 (Sat.) Candy Bowl II - ARDC Midgets, 600cc Micro Sprints, Lincoln Thundercars, Legends Cars, Classic Cars & W.O.W. Stocks - 3 p.m.
November 4 (Sat.) Racecar Flea Market - 6:00 a.m. - ? ? ? (All types welcome)
November 11 (Sat.) Turkey 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Nov. 12)


Susquehanna Speedway Park Releases its Exciting 2006 Race Schedule

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (January 9, 2006) – The 2006 weekly racing season of the Susquehanna Speedway Park will begin on Thursday, April 13 featuring the Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stock Cars and Legends Cars. The 4/10 mile dirt track enters its 52nd season of operation with an aggressive schedule of more than 50 events. Its Friday night weekly program will begin the following night on April 14 with the Trail Motors Super Sportsman, ARDC wingless Midgets and Street Stocks. The night will be highlighted with a visit by the Easter Bunny and a Kid’s Candy Scramble on the frontstretch.
A few Saturday events are also scheduled on holiday weekends. SSP hosts the widest variety of racing divisions in the Central PA area which includes the Sprint Cars (19 races), Xtreme Stock Cars (23 races), Trail Motors Super Sportsman (16 races), ARDC wingless Midgets (7 races), Late Models (15 races), Street Stocks (17 races), Legends Cars (10 races), Classic Cars, (8 races), Women on Wheels Stock Cars (6 races), Four Cylinders (6 races), Penn Mar Vintage Club (4 races), The Great American School Buses (7 races), Mini Vans (15 races) and much more. You'll also see the traveling stars of the National Sprint Tour and DIRT Big Block Modifieds during the summer. If that's not enough, there are two Thrill & Stunt Shows scheduled for Saturday, May 27 and Saturday, September 23. There will also be a Newberry Township Community Fair held during the day on Saturday, September 23.
New for 2006 is all Children 12 and under will be admitted free with the exception of the National Sprint Tour dates on June 8 & 9 and August 3. All fans may also visit the Fan Alley behind the Turn One Side Main Grandstand to watch their favorite drivers and crews work on their cars when they are not racing during the evening. SSP will also host three different Camera and Autograph nights in August, where fans can meet their favorite drivers face-to-face right on the track in which they compete every week.
There will be a multitude of children’s activities featured during the season including Toy, Money and Candy Scrambles, the ever-popular Box Car Races, Big Wheel racing, and even trick or treating in the pit area at the Candy Bowl on Saturday, October 28.
There will be no Sunday rain dates for cancelled Thursday or Friday events as done during the past two seasons. A few “special” events will have raindates as marked on the schedule.
Gates will open for both the pit area and grandstand gates at 5:00 p.m. in 2006 for both Thursday and Friday night racing. Warmups begin at 7:00 p.m. with racing action beginning at 7:30 p.m. Race fans can continue to expect a fast paced 2 to 3 hour program each and every night.
Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Thursday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $14.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $22.00 with a reduced price of $20.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.
Regular General Admission Grandstand ticket prices for Friday nights will be Adults (18 & older) $12.00; Teens (13-17) $10.00; Children (12 & under) are free. Pit pass prices are $20.00 with a reduced price of $18.00 for all pit competitor license holders. Prices will be slightly higher for special events.
The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. The speedway website is located at www.sspracing.net. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or email toddafish@aol.com.  

SSP Pit Notes
- SSP will continue its Repeat Fan Discount in 2006 in which there will be a $2.00 discount for each person with a ticket stub from races during the previous 2 events completed only. Returning fans are encouraged to write their name, address and phone number on the back of the stub to be entered into special drawings during the season for great prizes. Last season, 10 winners were drawn from the repeat fans and each winner received $30 in SSP Gift Certificates for tickets or concessions. The discount is not valid for pit pass purchases. The 2005 winners were: Chip Rice (York); Clarence Diehl (York); Russell Walter Jr (New Oxford); Judy Sipe (York Haven); Paula Koenig (Littlestown); Dickie Frazer (Hanover); Mark Yocum (Wernersville); David Taughinbaugh (York); Steve Holcomb (Dover) and John Peril (Bloomsbury, NJ).

- 2005 Recap:
- SSP competitors collected $368,870.00 in purse and prize monies.
- Greg Hodnett was the high money earner at $22,650.00.
- SSP gave away more than $48,000.00 in complimentary passes to all competing drivers.
- SSP had only 3 events out of 35 total events cancelled by rain.
- SSP had 10 different winners in 17 Sprint Car events.
- There were 743 different drivers among all divisions that competed at SSP in 2005:
Sprint Cars: 73 different drivers in 17 races; average 23 entries per event
Xtreme Stock Cars: 126 different drivers in 22 races: average 37 entries per event
Women On Wheels Stocks: 29 different drivers in 7 races; average 14 entries per event
Super Sportsman: 48 different drivers in 8 races; average 27 entries per event
Street Stocks: 61 different drivers in 10 races; average 25 entries per event
Late Models: 40 different drivers in 2 races; average 30 entries per event
Legends Cars: 49 different drivers in 9 races; average 23 entries per event
Four Cylinders: 60 different drivers in 4 races; average 33 entries per event
Classic Cars: 26 different drivers in 4 races; average 17 entries per event
Great American School Buses: 30 different drivers in 8 races;average 10 entries per event
Mini Vans: 34 different drivers in 7 races; average 15 entries per event

- SSP Track Champions:
Sprint Cars: Greg Hodnett (4 feature wins)
Xtreme Stock Cars: Michael Goodwin (3 feature wins)
Women On Wheels Stocks: Deanna Frye (2 feature wins)
Super Sportsman: Rich Eichelberger (1 feature win)
Street Stocks: Wes Alleman (0 feature wins)
Late Models: Jim Shuttlesworth (2 feature wins)
Legends Cars: Ronnie Dunstan (2 feature wins)
Four Cylinders: Ed Hollenbach (1 feature win)
Classic Cars: Bill Brown Sr. (3 feature wins)
Great American School Bus: J.R. Rodriguez (2 feature wins)

- 2006 Pricing:
- All Event Grandstand Season Pass (48 events throughout the whole season - $685.00 value): $485.00
- Sprint Car Grandstand Season Pass (All 19 Thursday Sprint Car events including 3 NST Dates
$327.00 value; excludes June 15 DIRT Modified race; the final race for the pass is on
August 31): $260.00
- Friday Night Grandstand Season Pass (All 18 Friday events with the exception of the June 9
NST Date; $217.00 value; the final race for the pass is on August 31) $160.00
- Reserved Seats (same provisions as the Grandstand Pass Categories)
Those who had reserved seats in 2005 will have the first chance at the same seats for 2006 until February 28, 2006. If the seats are not paid for by that date, then they will be offered to the general public. For “new” reserved seat orders, the choice is based on the order in which the money is received to SSP’s home office. Once received, SSP will contact those persons to make their choice of seats that are unreserved.
1) All Events – Top Row: $100.00 (top row renewal is $90.00)
All Other Rows: $ 90.00 (other row renewal is $80.00)
2) Sprint Car Events – Top Row: $ 60.00 (top row renewal is $50.00)
All Other Rows: $ 50.00 (other row renewal is $40.00)
3) Friday Night Events – Top Row: $ 60.00 (top row renewal is $50.00)
All Other Rows: $ 50.00 (other row renewal is $40.00)
- Reserved “Preferred” Parking Spot (front) – all events for $100.00
- Gift Certificates are available in $5.00 and $1.00 increments for tickets and concessions.
- General Admission Main Grandstand Tickets for the June 8, 9 and August 3 National Sprint
Tour events will be $30.00 each for each night of racing. There will be a limited number of 3,000 tickets available for advance purchase for the main grandstand area only. There will also be a limit of 400 children tickets (ages 6-12) available for $12.00 each. Children ages 5 and under will be admitted free. Once the tickets are sold, there will be no more tickets offered for the main grandstand area. Cooler size limits will be strictly enforced.
Tickets may be purchased now by sending a check or money order for the amount of tickets ordered along with a $4.00 fee per total order to cover the Certified Mail fees. Orders may be sent 3805 Natalie Lane, Dover, PA 17315. Tickets will also be on sale at the SSP booth at the York Dirt Trackin’ show January 27- 29. Phone orders for tickets will not be taken as credit card processing is not available at this time.

2006 Susquehanna Speedway Park Event Schedule
(as of 1-1-06 – Subject to Change)
April 9 (Sun.) Open Practice Night / Media Night (6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.) Gates open at 5:00 p.m. (All Division Welcome)
April 13 (Thur.) Opening Night of Fun (Points Championship Begins) - Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars
April 14 (Fri.) Kid’s Candy Scramble and Easter Bunny Visits plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, ARDC Midgets and Street Stocks
April 20 (Thur.) The Great American School Bus Race plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Penn Mar Vintage Club
April 21 (Fri.) Mini Van Construction Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stocks
April 27 (Thur.) Used Car Giveaway plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars
April 28 (Fri.) Mini Van Snake Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Street Stocks and Four Cylinders
Handicapping lineups begin for all point earning divisions
May 4 (Thur.) One-on-One Street Car Drags plus Sprints Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars
May 5 (Fri.) Mini Van Fishing Race plus ARDC Midgets, Late Models and Street Stocks
May 11 (Thur.) Mother’s Appreciation Night plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and W.O.W. (Women on Wheels) Stocks
May 12 (Fri.) Women on Wheels Mini Vans plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Street Stocks and Legends Cars
May 18 (Thur.) Ugliest Car Contest plus Sprints Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Penn Mar Vintage Club
May 19 (Fri.) Mini Van Toll Booth Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Classic Cars
May 25 (Thur.) The Great American School Bus Race plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars
May 26 (Fri.) Mini Van Lazy Dog Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
May 27 (Sat.) “Salute to the Armed Forces” Thrill Show (Smashmasters Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks,
Fireworks & MORE)
June 1 (Thur.) One-on-One Street Car Drags plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Four Cylinders
June 2 (Fri.) Mini Van Doughnut Delivery Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
June 8 (Thur.) National Sprint Car Tour Night 1 plus Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars (Advance Tickets - Limited # Available)
June 9 (Fri.) National Sprint Car Tour Night 2 plus ARDC Midgets and Legends Cars (Advance Tickets - Limited # Available)
June 15 (Thur.) Father’s Appreciation & A.R.C.H. (Auto Racing Club of Hagerstown) Night - DIRT Modifieds, Xtreme Stocks, Penn Mar Vintage Club and the Great American School Bus Race
June 16 (Fri.) Father’s Appreciation Night & Mini Van Construction Race-Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models & Street Stocks
June 22 (Thur.) Kid’s Box Car Races plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars
June 23 (Fri.) Kid’s Big Wheel Racing plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
June 29 (Thur.) Cindy Rowe Auto Glass PA Sprint Car Speedweeks for Sprint Cars ($5,000-to-win), Xtreme Stocks and W.O.W. Stocks
Time Trials begin at 6:45 p.m.
June 30 (Fri.) Summer Fun Championships - Trail Motors Super Sportsman (50 laps), Late Models (40 laps), Street Stocks (30 laps) &
Mini Van Lazy Dog Race
July 3 (Mon.) The Super Show - ARDC Midgets, 600cc Micro Sprints, Legends Cars and All Star Race Trucks
July 4 (Tues.) - July 19 (Wed.) Mid Summer Vacation Break (No racing events)
July 20 (Thur.) Sabko Enterprises Twin 20’s for Sprint Cars & Kid’s Money Scramble plus Xtreme Stocks, W.O.W. Stocks and The
Great American School Bus Race
July 21 (Fri.) Christmas in July (Santa Claus Visit & Toy Scramble) plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models & Street Stocks
July 27 (Thur.) Kid’s Big Wheel Racing plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars
July 28 (Fri.) Kid’s Box Car Races plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
August 3 (Thur.) National Sprint Car Tour plus Xtreme Stocks and Penn Mar Vintage Club Tour (Advance Tickets - Limited # Available)
August 4 (Fri.) Camera & Autograph Night plus ARDC Midgets, Late Models, Classic Cars, W.O.W. Stocks & Mini Van Snake Race
August 10 (Thur.) Mini Van Super Oval Race plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and EMMR Vintage Club Cars
August 11 (Fri.) Camera & Autograph Night plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Street Stocks, Four Cylinders
August 17 (Thur.) Camera & Autograph Night plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Legends Cars
August 18 (Fri.) Mini Van Construction Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
August 24 (Thur.) The Great American School Bus Championship plus Sprint Cars, Xtreme Stocks and Classic Cars
August 25 (Fri.) Women on Wheels School Bus Race plus Trail Motors Super Sportsman, Late Models and Street Stocks
August 30 (Wed.) Inaugural York County Nationals Invitational Golf Tournament - Valley Green Golf Course (9:00 a.m.)
August 31 (Thur.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 1) & King of the Posse Match Races - Sprint Cars (32 laps), Xtreme Stocks
and Legends Cars Dirt Nationals Qualifier (Rain date: To Be Announced)
September 1 (Fri.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 2) - 2nd Annual Trail Motors Super Sportsman Championship (75 laps) plus
Street Stocks and Four Cylinders (Rain date: Sunday, Sept. 3)
September 2 (Sat.) 6th Annual York County Nationals (Day 3) Late Models (40 laps), ARDC Midgets (Twin 20’s) and Classic Cars (Rain
date: Sunday, Sept. 3)
*All Point Championships end after the completion of all York County National events
September 23 (Sat.) Smashfest ‘06 & Newberry Community Fair - Big &Small Car Demolition Derbies, Roll Over Contest, Tuff Trucks & more
in this exciting night of destruction and FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR (Rain date: Sunday, September 24)
September 29 (Fri.) Open Practice Night / Media Night (6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.) Gates open at 5:00 p.m. (All Division Welcome)
September 30 (Sat.) Late Model 50 Lap Championship Race plus other divisions to be announced - 3 p.m.
October 7 (Sat.) Pumpkin 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Oct. 8)
October 20 (Fri.) Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic Qualifying Day for Street Stocks & Four Cylinders also features for Xtreme Stock Car Rookie Rumble and Mini Vans - 7:30 p.m.
October 21 (Sat.) 3rd Annual Miller’s Racing Parts Fall Classic (50 laps each) - Street Stocks, Four Cylinders & Xtreme Stock Cars - 3 p.m.
October 28 (Sat.) Candy Bowl II - ARDC Midgets, 600cc Micro Sprints, Lincoln Thundercars, Legends Cars, Classic Cars & W.O.W. Stocks - 3 p.m.
November 4 (Sat.) Racecar Flea Market - 6:00 a.m. - ? ? ? (All types welcome)
November 11 (Sat.) Turkey 200 Enduro Race (200 laps) plus the Great American School Bus Race & Mini Vans - 1 p.m. (Rain date:Nov. 12)


Dave Yingst Closes Out the 2005 Season with a Win in the Turkey 200

NEWBERRYTOWN, PA (November 20, 2005) – The 2nd Annual Turkey 200 Enduro for the Xtreme Stock Cars on Saturday, November 19 at the Susquehanna Speedway Park went to David Yingst of Newmanstown, Pennyslvania. In a very spirited Great American School Bus race, Jeff Ebersole also edged out Alan Witmer and Rob Harkins. In the York Haven Auto Sales Mini Van feature, Butch Richcreek continued his winning streak by beating Timothy Watson and Daryl Sipe. This event brought a close to the 2005 racing season in Central Pennsylvania.

The 2005 SSP Xtreme Stock Car Champion, Michael Goodwin jumped out to an early lead in the 200 lap Enduro event Thirty nine drivers took the green flag. Goodwin lead the first five laps with Yingst taking command on lap six. Lap fifteen found Tom Johns taking the lead until lap 47 where mechanical failure forced him to retire from the event. At the halfway mark Yingst continued to lead. Sam Rial led briefly on lap 136 & 137 but lap 138 put Yingst back into the lead. At the end it was Yingst winning by two laps over Gary Guise, tommy Slanker, Bill Fulton and Vernon Myers.

The Susquehanna Speedway Park is located off I-83 to exit 32, then 1.4 miles NW on SR382 to York Road, then 1.3 miles south. For more information, contact the speedway offices at (717) 292-1696 or visit online at www.sspracing.net. On raceday, fans are encouraged to call (717) 938-9170 for current weather conditions.

SSP RESULTS FROM SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2005
YORK HAVEN AUTO SALES MINI VAN FEATURE (12 laps) 1. Butch Richcreek, 2. Daryl Sipe, 3. Richie Richcreek, 4. Harold Ebaugh, 5. Mark Amsbaugh, 6. Dove Kohr, 7. Sherry Kitner, 8. Tim Wotson, 9. Randy Sipe, 10. Sam Sponseller, 11. Dan Richcreek
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Bob Sipe 1 – 2; Butch Richcreek 3-12

GREAT AMERICAN SCHOOL BUS FEATURE (10 laps) 1. Jeff Ebersole, 2. Alon Witmer, 3. Rob Harkins, 4. Brandt Fink, 5. Hardd Ebaugh, 6. Ben Engle, 7. Larry Miller, 8. J.R Rodrigvez
FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Witmer 1-8; Ebersole 9-12.

TURKEY 200 XSC ENDURO FEATURE (200 laps) 1. David Yingst (200), 2. Gary Guise (198), 3. Tom Slanker (197), 4. Bill Fulton (195), 5. Vernon Myers (193), 6. Tony Thomas (190), 7.Jim DeArmitt (188), 8. Rodney Ulsh (186), 9. Chris Heller (184), 10. Carl Sipe (183), 11. Jon Boyle (180), 12. Kevin Beach (178), 13. Jim Gross (178), 14. Jeremy Becker (170), 15. Marvin Davis Jr. (157), 16. Tommy Randall (151), 17. Samvel Rial (137), 18. Matt Smith (126), 19. Paul Tiemanh (119), 20. Les Scrivens (112), 21. Gary Puckett (110), 22. Tony Tumas (107), 23. Raymond Repp (93), 24.Terry Norris (62), 25. Jason Failor (47), 26. Tom Johns (47), 27. Brian Sanders (43), 28. Tory Jenkins (42) 29. R.C Horn (40), 30. Larry Landis (31), 31. Timothy Hahn (25), 32. Steve Schaeffer (24), 33.Gerald Barnes (23), 34.Charlie Pensinger (19), 35. Don Kerr (15), 36. Mike Goodwin (6), 37. Sean Higgins (4), 38. Keith Owens (1)
ENDURO LAP LEADERS: Goodwin 1-5; Yingst 6-14, 49-135, 138-200; Johns 15-47; Failor 48; Rial 136-137.


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