Midvale Speedway Opener

3825 W State St, New Philadelphia, OH 44663

This Saturday marks the 69th time Midvale Speedway will open it’s gates to race cars, race trucks, drivers, crews, officials and FANS!!!

Here are some of the KEY points for the early part of the season:

Can Schneider win a 5th LM title or will there be a new face emerge? Will the Modified Season continue to be as competitive as it has been the last couple years, where 4 guys had the chance to win the title on the final night? Will anyone stop Dennis Wood in the SS Division? A competitive Compact class over the last few seasons, who comes out on top this season? Who will be the next Champion in the MT?
There are lots of questions to be answered……

Remember that prior to Memorial Day weekend…everything is 1 hour early!! Practice/Qualifying is now at 3 and RACING IS AT 5:30!!

Times:
Pits Open 2:00
Practice/Qualifying 3:00
Grandstands 3:00
Racing 5:30

Admission:
Pits $30
Grandstands:
Adults $12
Seniors $10
Students 14-17 $8
Students 6-13 $5
5 and Under Free

TIRE ROTATION:
Will be announced later this week. We will ONLY be selling tires on Race Day to competitors that have their cars there to race.
They are $150 a piece.
As Long as the Tires remain scarce, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SOAK OLD TIRES ONLY!! There has to be a give and take with trying to allow teams to use older tires if new ones aren’t available. YOU CANNOT SOAK AT THE TRACK and you CANNOT COME TO THE TRACK WITH CELLOPHANE WRAPPED TIRES.

110 Racing Fuel will be $10 per gallon at the track.

FAMILY SECTION RETURNS
The first section closest to Turn 1 is for families and it is handicapped accessible. There is NO SMOKING, NO DRINKING, NO CURSING in the family section. There are PLENTY of seats at Midvale Speedway for everyone.

THE 2022 SEASON OPENER IS HERE!!! COME SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL RACE TRACK AND LETS MAKE THIS THE BEST YEAR YET!!!!

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