Allegheny Sprint Tour will give away new HRP wing set and Longest Tow Award during upcoming weekend

By Fully Injected Motorsports:

SENECA, PA (May 10, 2017) – After losing a battle with Mother Nature on Friday and Saturday, May 5-6, the Racesaver/IMCA Allegheny Sprint Tour will try again, this time attempting to open its inaugural season with events at Dog Hollow Speedway and Tri-City Raceway Park on Friday and Sunday, May 12 & 14, respectively. Each event will feature a full Allegheny Sprint Tour program that will award a standard purse, as well as a few extra incentives.

“It’s tough to lose our entire opening weekend to weather, but there was nothing we could do about it,” Jake Gomola explained, Allegheny Sprint Tour promoter. “We have a busy weekend ahead. Hopefully Mother Nature cooperates and allows us to get our season underway.”

Allegheny Sprint Tour competitors will join forces with the Laurel Highlands Sprint Car Series on Friday evening, May 12, during their visit to Dog Hollow Speedway. The co-sanctioned event will be the first of three on the 2017 schedule, with all three at the Strongstown, Pennsylvania, facility.

Competitors who make the tow to Tri-City Raceway Park in Franklin, Pennsylvania, on Sunday, May 14, will have the opportunity to earn more than just the standard feature payout. Drivers who qualify for the Allegheny Sprint Tour main event, as well as finish, will be entered into a drawing for a brand new HRP Wings kit that includes a top wing and nose wing. As an added bonus, an extra $50 on behalf of J&J Outdoor Power Equipment & Sales will be awarded to the team who makes the longest tow to Tri-City Raceway Park.

“I want to thank J&J Outdoor for coming on board and helping us with the Longest Tow Award,” Jake Gomola said. “Hopefully that will attract a few extra teams that were on the fence about making the commute. It’s going to be a great program. We are all very excited to get back to Dog Hollow and Tri-City.”

2017 Allegheny Sprint Tour Schedule/Results:

Friday, May 5th- Lernerville Speedway – RAIN
Saturday, May 6th- Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway – RAIN
Friday, May 12th- Dog Hollow Speedway (Allegheny Sprint Tour will be running with the Laurel Highlands Sprint Car Series)
Sunday, May 14th- Tri-City Raceway Park
Friday, May 19th- Thunder Mountain Speedway
Friday, May 26th- Thunder Mountain Speedway
Sunday, May 28th- Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway

Friday, June 2nd- Thunder Mountain Speedway
Friday, June 9th Thunder Mountain Speedway
Sunday, June 11th- Eriez Speedway
Friday, June 16th- Thunder Mountain Speedway
Sunday, June 18th- Tri-City Raceway Park
Friday, June 23rd- Thunder Mountain Speedway
Friday, June 30th- Thunder Mountain Speedway

Friday, July 7th- Dog Hollow Speedway (Allegheny Sprint Tour will be running with the Laurel Highlands Sprint Car Series)
Friday, July 14th- Thunder Mountain Speedway
Sunday, July 16th- Eriez Speedway
Friday, July 21st- Thunder Mountain Speedway
Friday, July 28th- Thunder Mountain Speedway
Saturday, July, 29th- Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway

Friday, August 4th- Thunder Mountain Speedway
Friday, August 11th- Dog Hollow Speedway (Allegheny Sprint Tour will be running with the Laurel Highlands Sprint Car Series)​
Friday, August 18th- Thunder Mountain Speedway
Friday, August 25th- Thunder Mountain Speedway

Friday, September 1st- Thunder Mountain Speedway
Friday, September 8th- Thunder Mountain Speedway
Sunday, September 10th- Tri-City Raceway Park
Saturday, September, 16th- Lernerville Speedway

Thursday-Saturday 12-14th- Lernerville Speedway

About Allegheny Sprint Tour:
Utilizing 305 cubic inch engines, the Allegheny Sprint Tour is a touring sprint car series headquartered in Western Pennsylvania. The tour utilizes engine rules governed by the Racesaver organization. Engine requirements, as well as a complete rulebook, can be found online at Those seeking additional rules governed by the Allegheny Sprint Tour should visit the Series online at

The Allegheny Sprint Tour would like to thank all of its marketing partners:
Schaeffer’s Racing Oil, Stiller Trucking, Hawk Trucking, Alternative Power Sources, Showtime Designs, J&J Outdoor Power Equipment, Fully Injected Motorsports

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