Williams Grove Now Runs Race For Charity May 31 Including 410 & 358 Sprints,
Matched amounts being given to winner’s choices, EMMR & YCRC!
$4,000 to win 410 sprints with time trials and increased purse

Mechanicsburg – After getting rained out on May 24, the Williams Grove Speedway Race For Charity has been rescheduled to now include both 410 and 358 sprint cars and it will be held this Friday, May 31 at 7:30 pm.

May 31 will also be York County Racing Club Night at Williams Grove Speedway and an exhibition of racecars from the Eastern Museum Of Motor Racing will also be presented.

The York County Racing Club will complete a two-night stand at the track the following evening when the Saturday Series competes on June 1.

After the Williams Grove portion of 50/50 ticket sales gets donated to charity as always this Friday, the winners of both the 410 and 358 sprint car features will see the same amount as matched by Williams Grove Speedway be given to a charity of their choice in victory lane.

It will be up to the winners to determine what organizations are the recipients of the Williams Grove match.

And on top of that, Williams Grove will give more matching amounts to the EMMR and YCRC!

The museum is tentatively slated to have national open winning cars belonging to Kenny Weld, Bobby Allen, Smokey Snellbaker and Lynn Paxton on display this Friday night.

The Lawrence Chevrolet 410 sprint car feature itself will be 25-laps in distance paying $4,000 to the winner of the charity race with time trials setting the starting grids for the night.

It will be just the third show of the season for the Tool Shed of America 358 sprints at Williams Grove after losing some early season shows to weather.

Coming up on June 7 at Williams Grove will be a URC 358/360 sprint challenge along with a full program of Lawrence Chevrolet 410 sprint car racing.

The event is sure to attract a large field of both 360 and 358 sprints.

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