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2017 Racing Results:

Marion Center Speedway

Racing Divisions: Super Late Models Limited Late Models Emods Pro-Stocks Strictly Stocks Micro Sprints Regular Racing Admission Prices: Adults $12.00 Seniors $11.00 Kids (7-12) $5.00 6 & under FREE Family Pass: (2 Adults & 2 Kids (7-12) $30.00 Pit Fee: $30.00 All Special Events will have Increased Admission Prices. Complimentary Passes are NOT valid for Special Events. In Kids Bike Races, participants are required to wear a helmet. ALL CHAMPIONSHIP RACES WILL BE NON-POINTS LINE-UPS. For practice information and/or to set up a time (Tuesday thru Thursday) please call (724)388-6212 or (724)388-6462.   You can also click here for more info.
Marion Center Speedway The Thrill On The Hill

The Thrill On The Hill

May 20, 2017 Marion Center Speedway opened its 51ST Season of Racing continuing the Potts family legacy of owning and operating the quarter-mile dirt track since its beginnings with David Potts.  This season the addition of Go-Kart Racing twice a month for practices and racing has spread the fun out for race fans to enjoy all weekend.  And Truck Pulls are also scheduled throughout the season so be sure to check the schedule for these and more added events.   In the season opening “Armed Forces Night” Special here’s what happened on the track:  Continue reading May 27, 2017 Marion Center Speedway continued racing into its 51st season under the operation and ownership of the Potts family Saturday night with the Memorial Day Special including Kid’s Bike Races!  All six divisions of racing were represented and the kids had fun at the intermission break with the bike races on the track.  Here are the results of the racing on the quarter-mile dirt track:  Continue reading june 3rd, 2017 Pisano’s Personal Home Care Steel Block Limited Late Model Special June 3rd 2017 Marion Center Speedway continued racing into its 51st season under the operation and ownership of the Potts family Saturday night with the running of the Pisano’s Personal Home Care Steel Block Limited Late Model Special.  All six divisions of racing were represented with the Limited Late Model Special paying $1000 to win.  Here are the results of the racing on the quarter-mile dirt track:    Continue reading june 17, 2017 Marion Center Speedway continued racing into its 51st season under the operation and ownership of the Potts family Saturday night: The Lias Tire Super Late Models’ feature put former champion of the track in the Butler Auto Supplies Winner’s Circle, Doug Glessner.  Glessner started near the back in the eleventh position on the starting grid, but by the time the halfway flags were displayed, Glessner had taken over the lead from Joe Petyak.  Petyak led the first twelve laps of the 25-lap feature from starting on the outside pole until Glessner got his opportunity and passed Petyak to go on for the checkers.  Petyak finished second and pole sitter, Bernie Whiteford was third.    Continue reading
© Marion Center Speedway  484 Potts Road, Marion Center, PA 15759 Website By: Marion Center Speedway

2017 Racing Results:

Marion Center Speedway

Marion Center Speedway The Thrill On The Hill

The Thrill On The Hill

Racing Divisions: Super Late Models Limited Late Models Emods Pro-Stocks Strictly Stocks Micro Sprints Regular Racing Admission Prices: Adults $12.00 Seniors $11.00 Kids (7-12) $5.00 6 & under FREE Family Pass: (2 Adults & 2 Kids (7-12) $30.00 Pit Fee: $30.00 All Special Events will have Increased Admission Prices. Complimentary Passes are NOT valid for Special Events. In Kids Bike Races, participants are required to wear a helmet. ALL CHAMPIONSHIP RACES WILL BE NON-POINTS LINE- UPS. For practice information and/or to set up a time (Tuesday thru Thursday) please call (724)388-6212 or (724)388-6462.   You can also click here for more info.
May 20, 2017 Marion Center Speedway opened its 51ST Season of Racing continuing the Potts family legacy of owning and operating the quarter-mile dirt track since its beginnings with David Potts.  This season the addition of Go-Kart Racing twice a month for practices and racing has spread the fun out for race fans to enjoy all weekend.  And Truck Pulls are also scheduled throughout the season so be sure to check the schedule for these and more added events.   In the season opening “Armed Forces Night” Special here’s what happened on the track:  Continue reading May 27, 2017 Marion Center Speedway continued racing into its 51st season under the operation and ownership of the Potts family Saturday night with the Memorial Day Special including Kid’s Bike Races!  All six divisions of racing were represented and the kids had fun at the intermission break with the bike races on the track.  Here are the results of the racing on the quarter-mile dirt track:  Continue reading june 3rd, 2017 Pisano’s Personal Home Care Steel Block Limited Late Model Special June 3rd 2017 Marion Center Speedway continued racing into its 51st season under the operation and ownership of the Potts family Saturday night with the running of the Pisano’s Personal Home Care Steel Block Limited Late Model Special.  All six divisions of racing were represented with the Limited Late Model Special paying $1000 to win.  Here are the results of the racing on the quarter-mile dirt track:    Continue reading june 17, 2017 Marion Center Speedway continued racing into its 51st season under the operation and ownership of the Potts family Saturday night: The Lias Tire Super Late Models’ feature put former champion of the track in the Butler Auto Supplies Winner’s Circle, Doug Glessner.  Glessner started near the back in the eleventh position on the starting grid, but by the time the halfway flags were displayed, Glessner had taken over the lead from Joe Petyak.  Petyak led the first twelve laps of the 25-lap feature from starting on the outside pole until Glessner got his opportunity and passed Petyak to go on for the checkers.  Petyak finished second and pole sitter, Bernie Whiteford was third.    Continue reading