The lucrative 30th annual Pa. Sprint Car Speedweeks Series presented by Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, kicks off its nine consecutive nights of racing action for the central Pa. 410 sprint cars on Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway. Each race will feature time trials and qualifying events to determine the feature lineups, and some tracks may also have support divisions on the schedule, as well.
With stops around the Keystone State and one visit to Maryland, the Series boasts a minimum winner’s check of $5,000 at each race; and the entire Speedweeks points fund is in excess of $18,000, with the overall champion to receive $5,000. Retired Hall of Fame driver, Fred Rahmer, collected 13 Speedweeks Championships in his career, and now his son Freddie, with three feature wins in Central Pa. thus far in 2020, is one of the favorites to claim this year’s crown. But others, including Anthony Macri, Danny Dietrich, Alan Krimes, Logan Wagner, Ryan Smith and plenty of other Pa. Posse members will also be chasing the title. The hottest dirt track driver in the nation this year, California’s Kyle Larson, will also be looking to grab the crown, while other outsiders are expected to compete in the week-long extravaganza.