Williams Grove Speedway

Since its beginning in 1939, Williams Grove Speedway has been one of the top weekly sprint car tracks in the country. The speedway is a 1/2 mile banked smooth clay oval with speeds reaching in excess of 100 mph. The 2021 racing season runs from March to October. Our largest show, the World of Outlaws National Open will pay $65,000 to the winner plus over $150,000 in prize money. Season admission prices range from $15 to $45, discounted youth (Ages 13-20) $10-$20 and Kids 12 and under are always FREE. Special sanctioned race events include the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars, World of Outlaws Late Models, United States Auto Club, All-Star Circuit of Champions, United Racing Club, PASS and ASCS among others. Other racing divisions appearing throughout the season include 358 sprint cars, 360 sprint cars and super late models. We strive to be a family oriented facility by hosting School's Out Night, the Math Fact Challenge, Fan Appreciation Night and by supporting many local and national charities.

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Williams Grove Pumps More Money Into Sprints Again In 2022

Mechanicsburg – Williams Grove Speedway has announced that all 410 and 358 sprint car purses for the 2022 season will remain the same or boast even larger payouts than those in 2021.

The track made the announcement Friday as plans continue for the dawning of the new season at the track.

The purse revelations were made thanks to the renewed commitment of a returning anonymous sponsor.

All 11 Williams Hoosier Grove Diamond Series races for the 410 sprint cars in 2022 will pay a minimum of $6,000 to the winner.

Yellow Breeches 500 races for 410s will remain at $5,000 to win while still posting the standard $500 to start.

And Williams Grove Speedway will pay the victor of 10 other weekly races for the super sprints a total of $5,500 for the top sp

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2022 Williams Grove Season Launches March 13

Season features return of USAC 410s, honors for Wolfe & Harz, World of Outlaws, All Stars, and inaugural Bill Gallagher 5G To Win for USAC East 360s

Mechanicsburg – The Lawrence Chevrolet 410 sprint cars will again be featured in a total of 31 events coming up at Williams Grove Speedway during the 2022 racing season.

The 2022 season opener is set for Sunday afternoon, March 13 at 2 pm, offering both the 410 sprints and the first-ever appearance at the track by the wingless super sportsman.

Returning in 2022 will also be several special “sprints only” programs as has become customary the last few seasons.

The first comes up on Friday, April 22 when the All Stars Circuit of Champions Sprints compete in the Tommy Hinnershitz Spring Classic payi

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Derek Locke Runs To Second Consecutive Williams Grove 358 Sprint Title

Carlisle driver sweeps action with unprecedented season

Mechanicsburg – Derek Locke of Carlisle was recently crowned the 2021 HJ Towing & Recovery 358 sprint car track champion at Williams Grove Speedway.

Locke’s title laurels are the second of his career at the oval and his second in a row aboard his family-owned No. 77.

On his way to the track crown, the 37-year old Locke scored an unprecedented feat when he swept the entire season of competition at the speedway, taking victories in all eight oval events during the year.

Wins came on April 16, April 23, May 21, June 25, July 30 (2), September 3 and on September 24.

And given the fact that Locke also scored the final race of the season in 2020, his consecutive race win streak at t

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Latest Results

Macedo Gets Biggest Payday Of Career In 59th Williams Grove National Open

Californian nets $75,000 for run from sixth to win

Mechanicsburg – Carson Macedo won the biggest paying race of his career on Saturday night when he sped to victory in the 59th annual Champion Racing Oil National Open for sprint cars at Williams Grove Speedway.

The World of Outlaws pilot became the third and final leader in the prestigious event, overtaking Logan Schuchart with four laps to go in the 40-lapper to snag the $75,000 payday.

The 2019 National Open champion, Brent Marks began the affair on the pole with Schuchart to his outside but before Marks could settle into a rhythm the red flag appeared on the second tour.

410 sprint cars, 40 laps: 1. Carson Macedo, 2. Logan Schuchart, 3. Sheldon Haudenschild, 4. Anthony Macri, 5. David Gravel, 6. Donny Schatz, 7. Lance Dewease, 8. Kyle Larson, 9. James McFadden, 10. Brad Sweet, 11. Justin Peck, 12. Danny Dietrich, 13. Kasey Kahne, 14. Spencer Bayston, 15. Brent Marks, 16. Brock Zearfoss, 17. Kraig Kinser, 18. Gio Scelzi, 19. Justin Henderson, 20. Jacob Allen, 21. TJ Stutts, 22. Aaron Bollinger, 23. Dylan Cisney, 24. Robbie Kendall, 25. Brian Brown, 26. Daryn Pittman, 27. Freddie Rahmer

DNS: Wayne Johnson

DNQ: Landon Myers, Rico Abreu, Aaron Reutzel, Justin Whittall, Sam Hafertepe Jr., Matt Campbell, Devon Borden, Tyler Ross, Kyle Reinhardt, Dylan Norris, Chase Dietz, Jason Sides, Kyle Moody, Ryan Smith, Brent Shearer, Chad Trout, Pat Cannon, Troy Fraker, Dylan Cisney Alan Krimes

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Attention ALL race teams!
Please download the 2021 W-9 Form and fill it out prior to the season to avoid lines.
It can be mailed to the speedway office (address below) or emailed to williamsgrove@verizon.net

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