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We are trying to bring the racing community, along with all area residents and business owners, together in an attempt to keep dirt track racing at Selinsgrove Speedway alive and running for many years to come. Selinsgrove Speedway has been up and running for a wonderful and exciting 60 years. Some of the greatest drivers in the history of auto racing have driven into the 1st turn here at Selinsgrove Speedway over the years, including many hall of famers. Doug Wolfgang, Jan Opperman, Steve Kinser, Jeff Gordon, Jimmy Spencer, and the list goes on and on of those who put the pedal to the metal on this sacred speedway. 

Under the Promotorship of Charlie Paige here at Selinsgrove Speedway, the track hosts 358 sprint car competition, Late models, Pro Stocks, and Roadrunners on a weekly basis, every Saturday night. 

The 410 Sprint car's also visit the track several times a year, including the PA. Speedweek show,,,and the running of the 410 National Open.     

Inside the fastest 1/2 mile oval on the East coast,, sits a 1/5 mile clay oval, named, "Selinsgrove Raceway Park", that hosts go carts, and micro sprints on friday night's throughout the year.

Over 100 carts and micros bring the once quiet infield of the great track to life. Drivers in as many as 12 different divisions of carts race week in and week out for the goal of competing for a win and the hunt for a points championship in their respective division. 

Dozens of racing youth's of all ages from 5 and up, and adults whom love to race themselves, call Selinsgrove Raceway Park their "home" on Friday night's. Many of those same people flock to the grandstands and the pits of the big track every Saturday night as well. The future of racing at Selinsgrove Speedway and Raceway Park hangs in the balance. Now is the time for those of us who wish to see the track last another 60 years to join together and help keep racing in Snyder County alive.