Three Divisions Plus Australian Pursuit Highlight Capital Auto Refinishing Supplies Night at the Port Royal Speedway

Keith Kauffman Classic presented by Valley Supply - Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 - Port Royal Speedway

PORT ROYAL, PA – Port Royal Speedway returns this Saturday, April 30th, with a three-division spectacular brought to you by Capital Auto Refinishing Supplies and their parent company of Zimmerman Auto Body Supplies Inc.

The evening will see the Weikert’s Livestock 410 Sprint Cars compete for $4000 to win along with the Krill Recycling, LLC Super Late Models vying for $3000 to take the checkered flag. The PennsValley MeatMarket PA Sprint Series 305 Sprint Cars will round out the card. There will also be a 10-car $1000 to win Australian Pursuit in honor of long-time employee of the Speedway, Glenn Stitt, for the Super Late Models.

Along with the exciting action taking to the track, the fans will also be able to partake in the evening’s festivities as it’ll be camera and autograph night at the Speed Palace. All fans with a general admission arm band will be welcomed into the pits prior to the night’s racing activities from 4:00pm to 4:45 to take pictures and get autographs with their favorite drivers and cars.

Gates Open at 3:00pm with Racing scheduled to kick off at 6:00pm

GA- $20, Students- $10, Pits- $30

Anthony Macri enters the weekend as the most recent winner in Weikert’s Livestock 410 Sprint Car competition as he bested the Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions last weekend in the 7th Annual Keith Kauffman Classic worth $10,000. Macri is also the current point leader at the Speedway, though he is scheduled to compete with the World of Outlaws this weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway. Logan Wagner (-155), Mike Wagner (-240), Lucas Wolfe (-245) and Jeff Halligan (-255) round out the top five.

In Krill Recycling Super Late Model competition it’s been all Colton Flinner this season as he has scored victories in all three regular weekly Super Late Model events at the Speedway. Though, Gregg Satterlee earned the most recent Super Late Model victory at the Juniata County oval when he bested the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series in the River Valley 40 to earn $10,000 in mid April.

Flinner sits at the top of the weekly point standings by a margin of 90 points over the ageless Gary Stuhler followed by Kyle Lee (-180), Austin Berry (-185) and Mike Lupfer (-185).

Following the completion of their A-main feature event, the top ten drivers in the field will be inverted to take part in a special Australian Pursuit event to honor Glenn Stitt. If at anytime throughout the 10-lap event a driver is completely passed, they will drop off the Speedway. The last driver remaining at the completion of 10 laps will earn $1000. 2nd- $500, 3rd- $400, 4th- $300, 5th- $200. 6th-10th- $100.

The PA Sprint Series 305 Sprint Cars will be taking part in their second event of the 2022 racing season and it’ll be Doug Dodson entering as the most recent winner with the division and the current series point leader. Domenic Melair (-15), Kenny Heffner (-25), Garrett Bard (-30) and Mike Alleman (-35) round out the top five.

As always, racing will also be broadcast via PPV on FloRacing and more information can be found regarding subscriptions and pricing at

Stay tuned to our various social media outlets and website for up to date information throughout the week and we look forward to seeing you at the track!