Inaugural Event Less Than 10 Days Away At Selinsgrove Speedway & Selinsgrove Raceway Park

MYERSTOWN, PA – The World Series of Dirt Racing Presented by Bob Hilbert Sportswear is less than two weeks away, and event organizers Rich Tobias and Doug Rose continue to announce the addition of marketing partners and other details that make this inaugural event a “can’t miss” mud slinging adventure for racers and fans. The three-day weekend of dirt racing nirvana takes place from October 12 – 14, with Thursday, the 11th, set as “move in day” for campers and race teams.

When the 410 Sprint Cars run a complete show on Sunday, October 14, their World Series of Dirt Racing card will be sponsored by Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic/ Hoosier Racing Tires. The mighty 410’s will vie for a $5,000 winner’s prize in a 30-lap feature race.

Also on Sunday’s docket are the 602 Modifieds. They will compete in qualifying events on Saturday, then battle for a $1,000 winner’s paycheck on Sunday in a 25-lap main presented by Lias Tire/ American Racer Tires. The Street Stocks/Pro Stocks are on Sunday’s menu as well, and they will race 25-laps for $1,000-to-win. The All Star Slingshots also compete on Sunday – on the big track – in a 12-lap finale that will determine the 2018 Slingshot World Championship. The Slingers are also on Friday and Saturday night’s bill on the 1/5-mile bullring known as Selinsgrove Raceway Park, set in the infield of the big track.

Saturday’s 360/358 Sprint Car feature is presented by FK Rod Ends, and the winner of this one will collect $3,000. Joining the 360/358 Sprinters will be the Wayne Subaru World Series 100 for the USAC All Pro SpeedSTRs, a 100-lap grind that will pay the winner a whopping $10,000! The 100-lapper is presented by of Kutztown, PA.

The Super Late Models will stomp n’ steer on Saturday, too, in a $4,000-to-win headliner. And Harley Davidson is supporting the Flat Track Motorcycles on Saturday, as the AMA Pro Single class goes for $750 to win and the AMA Pro Twin bikes battle for a $1,500 winner’s check.

All of the divisions running features on Saturday will qualify on Friday afternoon.

Championship Energy is supporting the 600 Sprint events on the recently widened and banked 1/5-mile Raceway Park oval. The wingless 600’s will compete for $1,000 to win (with Gambler’s Entry Fee) on Friday and Saturday nights.

Spectro Oil, manufactured and marketed by Intercontinental Lubricants Corporation of Brookfield, Connecticut, is spicing up the WSoDR all weekend long, as they hand out more than $1,500 in product to all of the divisions by sponsoring the Spectro Slick Move of the Race Award.

A trio of local establishments have been designated as the official hotels of the World Series of Dirt Racing. They include the Holiday Inn Express & Suites ( in Selinsgrove. Call the front desk at 570-743-9275 or the Reservations Line at 1-888-HOLIDAY to reserve a room and ask for their Raceway Rate.

The Econo Lodge Inn & Suites of Shamokin Dam is also offering a Raceway Rate for the WSoDR. They can be reached by phone at 570-743-1111 or online at

The Comfort Inn is on board as well, and they can be contacted by phone at 570-374-8880. Make sure to ask for their Speedway Rate. The website is

General Admission Tickets are just $15 for Friday’s qualifying sessions and events, while Saturday and Sunday tickets are $28 per day. There is a three-day pass available for $62. Pit Passes for a single day are priced at $40, while a two-day pit pass is $70 and a three-day pit pass costs $80.

Fans (and racers) who would like to camp at the track can purchase camping spots by calling 717-866-7450 (same number to call for advance general admission tickets). Gold Lot Limited Premium spots in the infield are $80, while spaces in Lot A, Hillside Ground are just $40. Camper ATV/Cart registrations are $15.

Additional information regarding this colossal event, including ticket prices and the daily order of events, can be found at and the World Series of Dirt Facebook page ( Series of DirtRacing).


1:00 Camper and Hauler Parking
Ticket Sales Open
2:00 Early Inspection
7:00 Pit Closes

8:00 Pit Gates Open
Ticket Sales Open
9:00 Car – Bike Inspection
11:00 General Admission and Midway Gates Open
End of Haulers Entering the Infield
11:00 Drivers Meeting
11:15 Hot Laps – 360’s, Late Models, SpeedSTR’s
12:15 “6 Dozen Qualifying” – 360’s & Late Models
1:15 Time Trials SpeedSTR’s
2:30 Practice AMA Pro Twin & Pro Single
3:30 Qualifying AMA Pro Twin & Pro Single
4:00 ½ Mile Track Closes

8:00 Pit Gates Open
Ticket Sales Open
9:00 Car Inspection – 602’s & Street Stocks
9:30 Drivers Meeting – ALL
10:00 General Admission and Midway Gates Open
End of Haulers Entering Infield
10:30 Hot Laps – 602’s & Street Stocks
11:00 “Last Chance Races” – 360’s, Late Models, SpeedSTR’s
12:00 Opening Ceremonies & National Anthem
12:30 360 – “A” Main
1:00 Line Up World Series 100 Cars on Front Stretch
1:15 World Series 100 – “A” Main
2:15 Late Model – “A” Main
2:45 Bike Parade
3:00 AMA Pro Single – “A” Main
3:30 AMA Pro Twin – “A” Main
3:50 Heat Races – 602’s & Street Stocks
4:30 ½ Mile Track Closes

10:00 Pit Gates Open
Ticket Sales Open
11:00 Drivers Meeting – ALL
11:30 General Admission and Midway Gates Open
End of Haulers Entering Infield
12:30 Hot Laps – 410’s, 602’s, Street Stocks, Slingshots
1:45 Heat Races – 410’s
2:30 “Last Chance Races” – 602’s & Street Stocks
3:15 “B” Mains – 410’s
3:45 Slinger Derby
4:15 Intermission
4:25 Driver Introductions
4:35 410 – “A” Main
5:05 602 – “A” Main
5:35 Street Stock – “A” Main
6:05 Finish of 1st annual World Series Weekend


5:00 Haulers Enter Infield
5:45 Drivers Meeting
6:00 Hot Laps 600’s, Allstars, Jr. Slingshots, Karts
7:00 Heat Races
8:30 “B” Mains
9:00 Intermission
9:10 “A” Mains
10:40 Track Closes

5:00 Haulers Enter Infield
5:30 Drivers Meeting
5:45 Hot Laps 600’s, Allstars, Jr. Slingshots, AMA Kids
6:45 Heat Races
8:15 “B” Mains
8:45 Intermission
8:55 “A” Mains
10:40 Track Closes