Port Royal, PA — (September 30, 2013) — As Port Royal Speedway prepares for its final three shows of the season slated for October 11, 12 and 19, plans are also underway for the 2013 awards banquet and presentations slated for Saturday, November 23 at the Port Royal Community Building.
Tickets for the awards ceremony and banquet go on sale October 1 at a price of $30 each.
Tickets can be purchased beginning October 1 by calling event coordinator Joanne Heckert at 717.527.4677. Tickets will also be available at the speedway on the remaining 2013 race dates coming up in October.
Honored at the annual awards presentations will be the 2013 track champions: Blane Heimbach, 410 sprints; Terry Naugle, late models; Tim Krape, pro stocks; and Deron Henry, enduros.
The 305 sprint title laurels will also be handed out at the event, pending the outcome of the October 12 305 sprint Blue Collar Classic at the oval.
Over 40 teams and drivers have already pre-registered for the October 11 and 12 Keystone RaceSaver 305 Sprint Challenge Blue Collar Classic at Port Royal Speedway.
Teams representing the states of New York, New Jersey, West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina are already on the registration list.
Last year’s one-day event drew a stellar field of 51 cars and this year’s field is expected to be even bigger for the two-day show.
The interregional RaceSaver 305 sprint event at Port Royal will see the 305 sprints compete in a regular program on Friday night along with 358 limited late models, a pro stock/street stock challenge and an enduro dash.
The stock cars will race for $1,000, $600 and $200 to win respectively.
Friday’s 305 sprint winner will earn a guaranteed starting spot in Saturday’s feature race.
Saturday’s show offers a purse worth more than $10,000 for the RaceSaver 305s up for grabs in a 25-lap feature as well as in a 15-lap non-qualifiers event.
The 25-lap RaceSaver Blue Collar Classic main for 305s will pay $750 to win and $250 to start while the special non-qualifier’s champion will earn $200 for his victory.
Also on the Saturday card will be the super sportsman and an enduro dash paying $300 to win.
The sportsman will race in a regular program plus a special 10-lap, $1,000 to win finale for their 2013 heat race point series finale.
Adult general admission for both shows is JUST $12 with students ages 12 – 18 priced at JUST $5.
Friday action begins at 7 pm with Saturday racing slated for 5 pm.
Port Royal Speedway will close the season on October 19 at 6 pm with the final show of the season for the 410 sprints along with super sportsman and a demolition derby.
Time trials will set the heat grids for the 410 sprints with the 25-lap feature paying $4,000 to win.