PENN CAN SPEEDWAY ANNOUNCES CHANGES FOR THE 600 MODIFIED DIVISION

New Penn Can Speedway track promoter, Chad Towner, has decided to pull the plug on the 600 Modified sanction that funneled through Xcel Chassis. Towner stated “Penn Can Speedway is an American Racer track. If you're going to race at Penn Can, you're going to need to do it on American Racers. That's our tire. I know those 600 mod teams that supported the track last year, or any other track in the southern tier, still have a bunch of them left. You won't need to go buy something else to race here. Whatever Xcel is doing or plan on doing for the future of their tour, good luck to them.” Additionally, American Racer tires will be sold weekly at the track in 2018. This move may sound familiar as

PENN CAN SPEEDWAY ANNOUNCES MAY 11TH AS 2018 SEASON OPENER

It is never too late to start something new. Penn Can Speedway will come back to life for the 2018 season. Weekly divisions that will be returning are the modifieds, 602 crate sportsman, factory stocks, street stocks, Xcel 600 modifieds, wingless sprints, 4 cylinders, and the junior Xcel. The same rules will be effect for all divisions as last year. Because of the website update, all division rules will be put up shortly. Pit gates open at 5 pm, grandstands open at 6pm, hot laps will be at 7pm and racing will start at 7:30 pm. The 2018 schedule will be released very soon. On the books will be the first annual “Community Work Weekend” scheduled for April 28th and 29th. Both days will start a

Penn Can Speedway Gets A New Lease on Life

For Immediate Release 4/14/18: Penn Can Speedway Gets A New Lease on Life Uncertainty bloomed in late March when word got out that the current promoter of the Susquehanna, PA based dirt track, Doug Borger, had decided he was stepping away from promoting the facility. A major void was left and the timing of the situation was also very problematic. The news spread at the Speed Sport Showcase car show in Scranton. Alan Rudalavage took to the stage that Saturday evening at the show to try to quell the fears that the speedway, which has operated for nearly six decades, might have ran it's last race. Alan spoke to a few hundred race fans who gathered at the front of the stage, stating the rumors w

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