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Saturday Aug 2nd - Presented by Southeastern Equipment

* Latemodels
*Super Stocks Nationals- Richmond Gear Weekend Warrier
*Mini Stocks
*Mini Wedges
Recieve $2 off General Admission with a reciept from one of our Sponsors
General Admission: $12, Children 12 & Under: FREE, Pit Pass: $30, Children Pit 6-14: $15

Gates Open: 3:00pm,  Hot laps at 6:30; Racing: 7:30pm

  Saturday Aug. 9th -   Presented by Halls Auto Sales

410 Sprints -
Late Models - WCS/Attica Challenge Race
Super Stocks
Mini Stock
Mini Wedge

Gates Open at 3pm; Hot laps at 6:30pm; Racing at 7:30pm

General Admission: $15 GA Ages 12 & Under: FREE, Pit Pass: $30, Children Pit 6-14: $15

We now accept credit card orders with a 3% Fee

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Attention Fans: Small coolers are allowed but NO glass bottles or NO Alcholic Beverages, NO Blankets or Plastic on the bleachers until after the gates open

• Track Record: RUSS KING holds the track record for Late Models at WCS with a lap of 16.737 - Andrew Palker Hold Track record for 410 Sprints at 14.298


We have Tentativaly Rescheduled the BOSS Wingless Sprints To Aug. 16th.

Super Stock National Payoff 25 laps: 1st $850 2nd $600 3rd $450 4th $300 5th $200 6th $150 7th $140 8th $130 9th $120 10th $110 11th $105 12th $100 13th $100 14th $100 15th $100 16th $75 17th $75 18th $75 19th $75 20th $75  

Pre Sale Tickets for All Star Race  Aug. 31st  are now on Sale - $18 General Admission and $30 Pit Pass -  They will be available at the Race track on Race nights or Mail a Self Addressed Stamped Envolope to WCS 209 Pine St Creston OH 44217.

Results 7-12-14

Written by Mike Swanger.


Orrville, Ohio

Saturday, July 12, 2014

By Mike Swanger

It was another fast paced, action filled night at NAPA Wayne County Speedway on Malcuit Tavern night with the Twin State Auto Racing Club in attendance and giving all the feature winners a plaque. For the Lias Tire Late Models, it was also the 5th race of the NAPA WCS/ Attica Raceway Park Late Model Series and 2012 track champion Shane McLoughlin and 2013 track champion Corey Conley would bring the 21 car field to the green flag. Conley would jump into the lead over McLoughlin, who would give up second to Charlie Duncan on lap three. McLoughlin would reclaim second on lap 8 as Ryan Markham slide past Mike Bores, who was chasing after the $1,000 bonus after winning on Friday at Attica, for 4th. Doug Drown would drop Bores another spot at the 10 lap mark. With 11 laps to go, McLoughlin and his Riesbeck’s Food Market, Nussbaum and Lias Tire #9 would shoot out of turn two in the low groove and power past Conley for the lead as they had gone side by side for the previous three laps and at the same time, Drown took 4th from Markham. On lap 19, Duncan would slide high in turn two and that allowed both Drown and Markham to edge past him. With the final laps clicking off, Conley made one last run on McLoughlin but could not get by as the Nashport driver held on for the win. McLoughlin also won the American Racer award for racing on their tires and also collected awards from the Contingency Connection, as did all the winners as they award over $2,000 a night for the drivers. Conley won the Hoosier Tire award for finishing second as Drown finished third and received the VP Fuels Hard Charger award after starting ninth. Markham, who is leading the points in both Napa WCS points and the two track series was 4th as Duncan held on to fifth followed by Bores. Coby Bartram was the fast qualifier as Conley, Larry Kingseed and McLoughlin topped the heat races.

Two time defending track champion Andrew Palker of Lodi, who has been running with the UNOH All Stars this season, came to NAPA WCS on an off night for the traveling series and the King Inspection, Albreight Trucking and El Campesino Restaurent #57x led all the way for the Fisher Performance Sprint win. As Palker, the quick timer, built up a big lead, the fans eyes were on the battle for second as Kirk Jeffries and Jason Dolick sliced and diced for second with Dolick securing second place on lap 18. Bob Lime finished 4th as Troy Kingan finished 5th. Points leader and 4 time winner Brad Haudenschild pulled off on the second lap of the feature with mechanical issues. Palker and Haudenschild won the heats. The red flag came out in the 1st heat race as Shawn Hubler started to spin in turn four and collected Pete Grove with both cars ending up side down. Grove was transported to the hospital with a broken leg.

Tony Cline set the pace for the opening lap of the Thrifty Muffler Super Stock feature but after that it was all Larry Baldwin of Randolph as he would drive the Midas Muffler, Park Ford and Baldwin Motorsports #7up into victory lane for the 5th time this year. Tyler Thompson would run second until the halfway mark when 10th starting Bob Daugherty would take over but he could not track down Baldwin. Thompson would hold on to third with JR Gentry, driving Mitch Caskey’s #43 would finish 4th and Tyler Nicely took fifth. Baldwin was the fast qualifier and won a heat race as did Chase Alexander.

Doug Hensel led the opening 7 circuits of the WQKT Mini Stock main with Jordan James of Loudonville hounding him every inch of the track and finally took the lead on lap 8 but Hensel came right back on lap nine. Jordan and his Thompson Memorials, Lochevale Farms and Loudonville Tire #83 grabbed the lead for good on the next lap and kept it until the checkered flag flew for his 1st win in his first time at NAPA WCS this season. Moose Workman edged past Hensel, the heat winner, on the last lap for second with Adam Kern and Elvis Conkle rounding out the top five.

After finishing second three times this year, Matthew Moore of Granger Township led all but the opening two laps in the NAPA Mini Wedge feature aboard the Mars Trucking and Apache Auto Salvage #98 for his 1st win. Tanner McLoughlin tried everything he could to re-pass Moore after leading the first two circuits but came up short. Billy Dawson and Robbie Ledger battled back and forth for third and also challenged McLoughlin for second several times before finishing in that order. Caitlin Johnson wrapped up the top five. Moore also won the heat race.

Racing continues next Saturday night, July 19th with the Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association coming in for a $2,500 to win feature. The Thrifty Muffler Super Stock, the WQKT Mini Stocks and the NAPA Mini Wedges are on the racing card as the Lias Tire Late Models have the night off. Check out www.waynecountyspeedway.com for the latest news of the track.


Saturday, July 12, 2014


Fast Qualifier  Coby Bartram  17.409

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 1  Corey Conley, Ryan Markham, Doug Drown, Blaine Aber, John Bores, Coby Bartram, Jim Nicely

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2  Larry Kingseed, Mike Bores, DJ Miller, Keith Berner, Tim Sabo, Rick Armstrong, Doug Kenworthy

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 3  Shane McLoughlin, Charlie Duncan, Larry Bellman, Brad Malcuit, Don Conley, Jerry Aber, Allan Baker

Feature  Shane McLoughlin, Corey Conley, Doug Drown, Ryan Markham, Charlie Duncan, Mike Bores, Keith Berner, Larry Kingseed, Brad Malcuit, Larry Bellman, Coby Bartram, John Bores, Blaine Aber, Jim Nicely, Tim Sabo, Doug Kenworthy, Jerry Aber, Allan Baker, DJ Miller, Rick Armstrong, Don Conley


Fast Qualifier  Andrew Palker  14.768

Saldana Racing Products Heat 1  Andrew Palker, Jason Dolick, Kirk Jeffries, Troy Kingan, Matt Phillips, Jordan Harble

Saldana Racing Products Heat 2  Brad Haudenschild, Bob Lime, Shawn Minor, Scott Riley, Shawn Hubler, Pete Grove

Feature  Andrew Palker, Jason Dolick, Kirk Jeffries, Bob Lime, Troy Kingan, Shawn Minor, Scott Riley, Matt Phillips, Jordan Harble, Brad Haudenschild, Shawn Hubler, Pete Grove (dns)


Fast Qualifier  Larry Baldwin  20.190

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 1  Larry Baldwin, Tyler Thompson, Don Baney, JR Gentry, Chaz O’Dell, Chris Albright

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2  Chase Alexander, Tyler Nicely, Tony Cline, Paul McVicker, Bob Daugherty

Feature  Larry Baldwin, Bob Daugherty, Tyler Thompson, JR Gentry, Tyler Nicely, Chaz O’Dell, Tony Cline, Chris Albright, Don Baney, Paul McVicker, Chase Alexander


Heat 1  Doug Hensel, Jordan James, Brad Hensel, Moose Workman, Adam Kern, Elvis Conkle, Steve Crowe, Ron Hamlin

Feature  Jordan James, Moose Workman, Doug Hensel, Adam Kern, Elvis Conkle, Brad Hensel, Steve Crowe, Ron Hamlin (dns)


Heat 1  Matthew Moore, Tanner McLoughlin, Robbie Ledger, Billy Dawson, Caitlin Johnson, Jolene Voshel

Feature  Matthew Moore, Tanner McLoughlin, Billy Dawson,  Robbie Ledger, Caitlin Johnson, Jolene Voshel

50/50 winners July 5th 2014

Written by Kristin Flory.

50/50 winning ticket number was 8042687 for 2456.00. Was claimed. Large tool box number 696540. Claimed. 7084999 and 7085035 for small tool boxes.

July 5th 2014 Results

Written by Mike Swanger.


Orrville, Ohio

Saturday, July 5, 2014

By Mike Swanger

A jammed packed grandstand at NAPA Wayne County Speedway was ready for 120 laps of feature action on Gross Lumber Night as the UNOH All Star Sprints kicked the night off with the Duffy Smith Memorial and it was local driver Sheldon Haudenschild going flag to flag for his first ever All Star win. Winning the dash to earn the right to start on the pole, Haudenschild held off a late charge by Tim Shaffer as fast qualifier Chad Kemenah, Derek Hagar and Lee Jacobs filled out the top five. Brandon Matus, All Star points leader Dale Blaney and Caleb Helms won the heat races with Kory Crabtree earning the B-Main victory. Broc Martin was the Hard Charger of the race as he started 23rd and finished 13th, improving ten positions. For complete details for the race, go to www.allstarsprint.com

Rick Aukland led the opening 19 laps of the Don Gross Memorial for the Elite 8 Late Models but Wooster’s Doug Drown powered past at that point and drove away to pocket the $4,000 winners share and his second win in two nights ay NAPA Wayne County Speedway. Aukland held on to second as fast qualifier Devon Moran, Corey Conley and Matt Irey had a three way battle for third before finishing in that order. Moran, Aukland and Drown won the heats with Blaine Aber posting the last chance win.

Mooresville’s N.C. Kyle Strickler and Corey Conley went back and forth for the lead in the Renegades of Dirt Modified feature and just past the halfway mark, Strickler took control of the race and was the first to see the checkered flag and take home the $3,000 first place money. Travis Dickson was a close third with Tyler Nicely and Chris Basich rounding out the top five. Aukland, Strickler, Nathan Loney, and Conley scored the heat wins with the last chance win going to Billy Workman. For Complete details of the race, go to www.renegadesofdirt.com

Nick Smith took his pole position and set the pace for the first two laps of the Thrifty Muffler Super Stock feature but quick timer Bob Daugherty moved into the lead from his 3rd starting position but as he come out of turn two on lap eight, Daugherty’s machine pulled off with mechanical issues giving the lead to Mansfields Brad Moore. Smith would hold on to second until three laps to go when Larry Baldwin slipped past but he could not catch up to Moore before the checkered flag flew. Brandon Gardner finished fourth with Mitch Caskey getting fifth. Daugherty and Baldwin picked up the heat wins.

Racing continues next Saturday, July 11th with the Lias Tire Late Models in action with race #5 of the NAPA Wayne County Speedway/ Attica Raceway Park Late Model Series. They will be at Attica on Friday night July 10th and if a driver can win both features, he will pick up a $1,000 bonus. The Fisher Performance Sprints, the Thrifty Muffler Super Stocks, the WQKT Mini Stocks and the NAPA Mini Wedges will also be on the NAPA Wayne County Speedway racing card. Go to www.waynecountyspeedway.com for more information.


Saturday, July 5, 2014

UNOH ALL STAR SPRINTS – DUFFY SMITH MEMORIAL 30 Lap Feature  Sheldon Haudenschild, Tim Shaffer, Chad Kemenah, Derek Hager, Lee Jacobs, Danny Holtgraver, Dale Blaney, Kory Crabtree, Rob Chaney, Caleb Helms, Brad Haudenschild, Danny Smith, Broc Martin, Cale Thomas, Jack Lee, Andrew Palker, Carl Bowser, Brent Matus, Jac Haudenschild, Cole Duncan, Pete Grove, Brandon Matus, Shawn Hubler, Danny Mumaw

ELITE 8 LATE MODELS – DON GROSS MEMORIAL 45 Lap Feature   Doug Drown, Rick Aukland, Devon Moran, Corey Conley, Matt Irey, Keith Berner, Charlie Duncan, Ryan Missler, Mike Bores, JR Gentry, David Liles, Brandon Gardner, Blaine Aber, Todd Brennan, Jim Nicely, Ryan Markham, Allan Baker, Bryan Casey, Shane McLoughlin, Rocky Owens

RENEGADES of DIRT MODIFIEDS  30 Lap Feature   Kyle Strickler, Corey Conley, Travis Dickson, Tyler Nicely, Chris Basich, Rick Aukland, Tayler Cook, Scott Stiffler, Anthony Kincaid, Nathan Loney, Mark Dickson, Derrick Ramey, Jess Hartman, Jon Sluka, Robbie Evans, Patrick Lyon, Tyler Evans, Tanner Wilson, Rich Michael Jr., Billy Workman


Fast Qualifier  Bob Daugherty   20.620

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 1  Bob Daugherty, Brad Moore, Mitch Caskey, Kyle Moore, Chaz O’Dell, Derrick Hubbard, Tyler Thompson, Richard Grogg, Don Baney (dns), Cliff Staley (dns)

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2  Larry Baldwin, Nick Smith, Brandon Gardner, Chase Alexander, Butch Butcher, Tim Arnold, Jonathon Brennan, Jamie Gibbs, Paul Holmes (dns)

Feature  Brad Moore, Larry Baldwin, Nick Smith, Brandon Gardner, Mitch Caskey, Tyler Thompson, Paul Holmes, Butch Butcher, Chaz O’Dell, Tim Arnold, Derrick Hubbard, Richard Grogg, Jamie Gibbs, Jonathon Brennan, Bob Daugherty, Kyle Moore, Chase Alexander, Don Baney (dns), Cliff Staley (dns)

July 4th 2014 Results

Written by Mike Swanger.

DROWN, MICHAELS, D. HENSEL, TEETERS, & EVANS SCORE 1st NAPA WAYNE COUNTY SPEEDWAY WINS; DAUGHERTY WINS 3rd                                                        Orrville, Ohio

July 4, 2014                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       By Mike Swanger

Friday night was the 1st of two nights of racing on the 4th of July week-end as Doug Drown and Rich Michaels Jr. won their features that will give them a spot in Saturday’s big money features. Brad Malcuit and Mark Banal would start the Lias Tire Late Model feature on the front row with Malcuit grabbing the lead for the opening two laps before fifth starting Keith Berner would take over as JR Gentry, who started 7th was right behind Berner. Wooster’s Doug Drown would get by Malcuit for third on lap seven and make it a three way battle for the lead. A lap 14 caution slowed things down but when the green flag flew again, Drown edged past Gentry for second and two laps later, the fast qualifier would move his Wheeling Auto Body, Wooster Glass and DJ Directional Services #20 past Berner for the lead and drive on to his 1st win at NAPA Wayne County Speedway. The win gives Drown a spot in Saturday’s Don Gross Memorial that will pay the winner $4,000 for the Late Models. Berner, Gentry and Malcuit followed as David Liles ran the last ten laps in the fifth spot for a top five finish. Berner and Shane McLoughlin topped the heats.

The Modifieds signed in for the nights action as they were getting dialed in for Saturday’s Renegades of Dirt Modified Tour that will pay $3,000 to win. Rich Michaels Jr of Ischua NY was dialed in good as he started on the pole and led all the way to pick up the win and earn a spot in Saturday’s feature. Driving the Genesis Racing Shocks, Reflections Hair Design and Xtreme Chassis #17x Michaels had an early challenge from Nathan Loney and fast qualifier Taylor Cook. Those two would spin through turn four on lap three and both kept going and losing ten positions in the process and that allowed Travis Dickson into second as he and Derrick Ramey would duel for second as Michaels strengthen his lead. Ramey took over second just past the halfway mark but could not chase down the winner Dickson held on to third as Jon Sluka ran fourth followed by Scott Stiffler. Winning the heat races were Michaels, Loney and Jeff Johnson.

After a rough start to the 2014 season, Mansfielder Bob Daugherty has turned his year around as he took the lead from Jeremy Lynch on the second circuit and then parked his KA Recovery, Char’s Cars and Metz Machine Shop #21d in victory lane for the third time this year in the Thrifty Muffler Super Stock feature. Nick Smith made a run at Daugherty on the restart following a lap 12 caution but came up short. Chase Alexander and Lynch battled back and forth for third with Alexander winning that war as Mark Thompson edged past Lynch with two laps to go to finish fourth. Daugherty, who was the quick timer, and Smith won the heats.

Heat winners Doug and Brad Hensel brought the WQKT Mini Stocks to the greeen flag with Doug and his #18 taking control of the race. Jerry Adkins set right behind D. Hensel and kept the pressure on but never could get the lead away. Moose Workman would finish thirs with Brad Hensel and Mitch Reichard filling out the top five.

Jeff Teeters and Nick Crider went back and forth for the first four laps of the Mod Lite feature before Teeters of North Jackson, would pull away and claim the checkered flag aboard the Leaders#1. Crider would finish second as Kenny Meadows held off Doug Stanley for third with Chris Logan Rounding out the top five. Logan and Teeters notched the heat wins.

Hauling all the way up from Mineral Wells W.Va, Coleman Evans led all the way to win the NAPA Mini Wedge main. Driving the Evans Construction #17c, Evans had to wait through several cautions for the win as Billy Dawson, Braxton Wilson and Matthew Moore had to come back through the field to finish in that order with Caitlin Johnson filling out the top five. Dawson and Johnson scored the heat wins.

Drivers were also competing for over $2,000 in awards from the Contingency Connection program.

Saturday, July 5th’s program will start racing at 7 pm and feature the UNOH All Star Sprints for $5,000 to win the Duffy Smith Memorial plus the Elite 8 Late Models will be involved in the Don Gross Memorial that will pay the winner $4,000 and the Renegade of Dirt Modifieds with a 30 lap, $3,000 to win feature plus the Thrifty Muffler Super Stocks also racing.


Friday, July 4, 2014


Fast Qualifier  Doug Drown   17.161

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 1  Keith Berner, JR Gentry, Doug Drown, Todd Brennan, David Liles, Brandon Gardner, Jim Nicely, Ben Mott, Jerry Aber

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2  Shane McLoughlin, Mark Banal, Brad Malcuit, Larry Bellman, Dusty Moore, Allan Baker, Blaine Aber, Richard Derrickson, Eric Singhaus

Feature   Doug Drown, Keith Berner, JR Gentry, Brad Malcuit, David Liles, Todd Brennan, Larry Bellman, Brandon Gardner, Blaine Aber, Ben Mott, Jim Nicely, Eric Singhaus, Shane McLoughlin, Allan Baker, Dusty Moore, Mark Banal, Richard Derrickson, Jerry Aber


Fast Qualifier  Taylor Cook  18.807

Heat 1  Rich Michael Jr., Taylor Cook, Tyler Evans, Mark Dickson, Scott Stiffler, Bruce Miller, Mike Conkle

Heat 2  Nathan Loney, Derrick Ramey, Jon Sluka, Patrick Lyon, Greg Beach, Billy Workman, Kevin Crawford

Heat 3  Jeff Johnson, Travis Dickson, Robbie Evans, Kyle Brown, Larry Kugel, Manuel Johnson, Amanda Stiffler

Feature  Rich Michael Jr., Derrick Ramey, Travis Dickson, Jon Sluka, Scott Stiffler, Mark Dickson, Kyle Brown, Taylor Cook, Robbie Evans, Nathan Loney, Tyler Evans, Larry Kugel, Manuel Johnson, Bruce Miller, Kevin Crawford, Greg Beach, Mike Conkle, Billy Workman, Amanda Stiffler, Jeff Johnson, Patrick Lyon


Fast Qualifier  Bob Daugherty  20.518

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 1  Bob Daugherty, Jeremy Lynch, Brandon Gardner, Tyler Nicely, Don Baney, Paul Whitten, Jamie Gibbs, Paul McVicker, Jonathon Brennan

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2  Nick Smith, Mitch Caskey, Chase Alexander, Mark Thompson, Gary McGregor, Dave Sampsel, Casey Butler, Chaz O’Dell

Feature  Bob Daugherty, Nick Smith, Chase Alexander, Mark Thompson, Jeremy Lynch, Jamie Gibbs, Jonathon Brennan, Don Baney, Casey Butler, Brandon Gardner, Tyler Nicely, Mitch Caskey. Chaz O’Dell, Paul Whitten, Gary McGregor, Dave Sampsel, Paul McVicker (dns)


Heat 1  Brad Hensel, Jerry Adkins, Moose Workman, Steve Crowe, Dustin Camp, Mike Barr

Heat 2  Doug Hensel, Mitch Reichard, Jarrod Chaney, Dale Stoner, Elvis Conkle, Jason Shaw

Feature  Doug Hensel, Jerry Adkins, Moose Workman, Brad Hensel, Mitch Reichard, Dustin Camp, Steve Crowe, Elvis Conkle, Mike Barr, Jason Shaw, Jarros Chaney, Dale Stoner


Heat 1  Chris Logan, Kenny Meadows, Doug Stanley, Shane Pfeuffer, Josh Crider, Andrew Hart (dns), Jeff Burns (dns)

Heat 2  Jeff Teeters, Nick Crider, Wayne Kintz, Aaron Meister, Ron Hixenbaugh, Michael Rose

Feature  Jeff Teeters, Nick Crider, Kenny Meadows, Doug Stanley, Chris Logan, Shane Pfeuffer, Aaron Meister, Wayne Kintz, Ron Hixenbaugh, Michael Rose, Josh Crider, Andrew Hart (dns), Jeff Burns (dns)


Heat 1  Billy Dawson, Coleman Evans, Braxton Wilson, Robbie Ledger, Matthew Moore, Tanner McLoughlin

Heat 2  Caitlin Johnson, Konner Thomas, Cody Stillion, Corbin Adkins, Jolene Voschel, Kolton Thomas

Feature  Coleman Evans, Billy Dawson, Braxton Wilson, Matthew Moore, Caitlin Johnson, Corbin Adkins, Jolene Voschel, Cody Stillion, Konner Thomas, Tanner McLoughlin, Robbie Ledger (dns), Kolton Thomas (dns)

July 4th and 5th

Written by Mike.


For Immediate Release

Orrville, Ohio

By Mike Swanger

A big week-end of racing at NAPA Wayne County Speedway featuring the Elite 8 Late Model Don Gross Memorial and the Renegades of Dirt Modifieds will turn into a huge week-end after the UNOH All Star Sprint race on Monday, June 23rd was rained out. The Duffy Smith Memorial race will now be held on Saturday, July 5th with the $5,000 to win the 30 lap feature that will be a co-event for the UNOH All Stars and the Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association. It will be a complete new show with qualifications from the rained out show washed down the drain. The Sprints will be in action only on Saturday night. The Elite 8 Late Models, the 1st appearance of the season by the Renegades of Dirt Modifieds and the Thrifty Muffler Super Stocks will do double duty on Friday and Saturday. Regular features will be run for the Late Models and the Modifieds on Friday night with the feature winners earning a spot in Saturday’s big money races. The Don Gross Memorial for the Elite 8 Late Models will go 45 laps for the $4,000 to win feature while the winner of the Renegades of Dirt Modified 30 lap main event will pocket $3,000 on Saturday night. The Thrifty Muffler Super Stocks will have a $450 winners purse on both nights. Friday nights show will also have the Mod Lites for the 1st time this season paying $300 to win and the WQKT Mini Stocks chasing after the $250 winners share plus the NAPA Mini Wedges will fire up the crowd. 

Gross Lumber is partnering in with NAPA Wayne County Speedway for this big two day show. Friday, July 4th’s general admission will be $10 as first race will take the green flag at 7:30 pm while Saturday, July 5th the general admission will be $22 and 7:00 pm will be the start time for the nights action.

Fans that have rainchecks from the Speedweek rainout can use them for this or any race for the rest of the season and for more information on this race or any upcoming races at the track, points, and other news, check the website at www.waynecountyspeedway.com   

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Track Information


1083 North Carr Road

Orrville, Ohio 44667


209 Pine Street
Creston, Ohio 44217


Track Phone: (330) 465-2365