PORT ROYAL, PA – The rumble of Modifieds returns to Port Royal Speedway in 2018.
For the first time in more than 30 years, the rejuvenated fairgrounds facility known as the ‘Speed Palace’ will play host to a Modified race. The 2018 return will be sanctioned by the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco as part of the tour’s Velocita-USA South Region.
The event is planned for Friday night, October 12 in conjunction with a 410 Sprint Car show.
It has been dubbed the ‘Speed Showcase’ with two headline divisions on the program.
Modifieds last competed on the fast Port Royal half-mile oval in 1987.
“We’ve been looking at adding a Modified race for the last couple seasons,” Port Royal promoter Steve O’Neal said. “It’s been a request from a lot of fans and even Modified racers to have an event at the track.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming the Modifieds to Port Royal in what should be a great night of racing.”
A rain date for the event has been set for Sunday, October 14.
The Port Royal stop will be the seventh of eight stops on the STSS South Region en route to the $10,000 series championship.
“I’ve heard and seen only good things about Port Royal the last couple years,” STSS promoter Brett Deyo said. “Having this opportunity to spotlight our series at such a first-class venue alongside of the 410 Sprint Cars is something I am very thankful for.”
Port Royal will make the second ‘Central PA’ appearance by the STSS in 2018. The series stops at BAPS Motor Speedway (formerly Susquehanna) in Newberrytown, Pa., on Sunday, July 29 with the $10,000-to-win York County Nationals.
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