Williams Grove Speedway Charity Race Is May 24, Sprint Winner Chooses Who Gets $
Track gives matched 50/50 amount to charity of choice; Racing includes 410 and 305 sprints
Williams Grove Speedway
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Mechanicsburg – Williams Grove Speedway will host a Race For Charity this Friday, May 24 at 7:30 pm, featuring the Lawrence Chevrolet 410 sprint cars and the PASS 305 sprints.
After the Williams Grove portion of 50/50 ticket sales gets donated to charity as always, the winner of the 410 sprint car feature will see the same amount as matched by Williams Grove Speedway be given to the charity of his choice in victory lane.
It will be up to the winner to determine what organization is the recipient of the Williams Grove match.
The sprint car feature itself will be 25-laps in distance paying $4,000 to the winner with time trials setting the starting grids for the night.
The event will also be the second race of the 2013 Diamond Series at the oval.
The 305 sprints will be making their first appearance of the year at the track thanks to a rain out earlier this year.
And exhibition of racecars from the Eastern Museum of Motor Racing is slated for the infield during the night.
Slated to be on display are national open winning cars belonging to Kenny Weld, Bobby Allen, Smokey Snellbaker and Lynn Paxton.
A fireworks display is also planned during the evening.
The speedway returns on May 25 with the Saturday Series featuring the Bill Heckert Memorial for super sportsman along with 358 late models and street stocks.
May 31 will be York County Racing Club Night at Williams Grove Speedway.
The racing program will feature 410 and 358 sprint cars.
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