‘Sprints Gone Wild’ this Saturday at Waynesfield.

Waynesfield Raceway park Logo
Waynesfield Raceway park Logo

From Waynesfield


On any typical Saturday night at Waynesfield Raceway Park, racefans can expect to see a class of Sprint Cars in action on the 1/3 mile clay oval. Thanks to Ray Marshall of Buckeye Machine Fabricators Incorporated in Forest, Ohio, Saturday July 24th is going to be a special night for fans as there will now be TWO classes of sprint cars on the schedule with the addition of the Ohio Cycleworx 360 Sprints to the already great racing program including the Lee’s Hydraulics Non Wing Sprint Cars, Post Agri-Service UMP Modifieds, and JR and Sons Service Center Compacts.

Fans can expect to see some of the best winged 360 drivers in the area including “Mr. Excitement” Tim Allison, “The Ohio Hammer” Luke Hall, JR Stewart, Mike Dussel, and others as they do battle at WRP on the same night as the non-wing cars make their last appearance before the 2nd Annual Jack Hewitt Classic on August 7th. “The Flyin’ Buckeye” Matt Westfall leads the Lee’s Hydraulics Non Wing Sprint Car Points standings in 2010 having won every feature event except for one. Several drivers are chomping at the bit to end Westfall’s winning streak, such as Landon Simon, Kyle Simon, Todd Keen and others. Can anyone put a stop to Westfall’s domination? Come out this Saturday night July 24th to see “Sprints Gone Wild” to find out!

Pit gates open at 4 pm, Grandstand gates at 5pm. Hot laps at 6:15, Racing at 7PM.

General admission $15 for ages 16 and up, $6 for ages 11 to 15, and kids 10 and under get in FREE

Pit passes $25

Waynesfield Raceway Park is a 40 acre facility with a 1/3 mile high-banked dirt oval track, as well as a semi-banked 1/5 mile go-kart track. WRP is located just 15 miles southeast of Lima, Ohio at 15811 Waynesfield Road. For information and directions, please visit http://www.waynesfieldracewaypark.com

Buckeye Machine Fabricators Incorporated has grown from a one person garage shop to a recognized leading builder of specialized machines and equipment for manufacturers. Buckeye has over 60 employees, approaching 500 years of total experience and know-how. Buckeye has based its operation on quality, timely delivery, price, service and customer satisfaction. With over 50,000 sq.ft. of manufacturing, machining, assembly, engineering and support services, Buckeye can handle your requests for specialized equipment. Check them out at http://www.buckeyemachine.com or give them a call at (419)273-2521

In 2010 Lee’s Hydraulics Inc is now recognized as Ohio’s # 1 facility for cylinder, pump, valve, and motor repair. Feel free to stop by for a free tour and coffee any day! We also have the most convenient location in the state, EXIT 122 I-75 Lima Ohio. For more information visit http://www.leeshydraulics.com or call 419-229-0183