Five central Pennsylvania dirt tracks have race programs scheduled for Saturday


As is often the case when the local racing season kicks off during the winter months, last weekend’s area shows were missed due to Saturday’s snowstorm.

However, that does not mean that the races will not continue. In fact, this weekend things get a lot better.

Three days of local racing are planned and several car classes will have their first tests on local ovals this year.

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This week’s racing action is scheduled to begin at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday night. After losing its opener to snow last weekend, the Cumberland County track will get another chance this Friday. For Friday’s show, the 410 speed cars will be joined by super late models from the United Late Model Series.