Six Week Classic Run
The Classic Racing Series kicks off a six week
run beginning this Saturday at Path Valley
Speedway. The Series will hopscotch from Path
Valley to the super fast Allegany County
Speedway where drivers will pocket $100.00 to
take the green plus enjoy a bonus of free pit
entry, that’s a $127.00 value. After Allegany we
circle back to Trail-Way Speedway to rip up that
Make your plans to join us as we launch into the
second half of our 2012 schedule. With 12 races
behind us and 10 to go, come on out and race
with the Series as we look ahead to the season
finale at Susquehanna Speedway Park on November
Keep your Path Valley Streak Alive-
All drivers that attend each race at Path
Valley Speedway will get a chance at $100,000.00
Saturday, July 28th Path Valley Speedway
Gates Open 5:00 pm
See you at the track!
Joins The World Of Outlaws
Sprint Car Series At
Sunday, May 20th the Classic Racing Series
will join the World of Outlaws Sprints at “The Capital
of Dirt Track Racing”, Hagerstown Speedway. The Series
looks forward to the opportunity to share the venue with
a host of notable talent such as Schatz, Saldana,
Kinser, Swindell, Haudenschild, and a depth of local hot
shoes that need no introduction.
The event also has
been chosen for the inaugural “Bill Bollinger Memorial”,
many of Bill’s family will be in attendance for the
show. Our way of saying thanks to a man who helped build
the Series and helped racers in all divisions with his
“racers special” rates. You only owed Bill a commitment
to “stay with it” as payment for his help. Bill enjoyed
sharing his talents to help the weekly grass roots racer
make it to the track each week. His generosity and smile
is greatly missed.
This show is a
high mark for the Series, the chance to be in the
national spotlight in front of the diehard sprint car
fans at Hagerstown Speedway. A special thanks to Lisa
Plessinger for setting up the Classics with the World of
Outlaws Sprint Series.
Racers, $300.00 to win,
$100.00 to take the green.
racers will get a chance to win $10,000.00!!!
Pits Open: 2:00
Stands: 4:00 pm
Hot Laps: 7:00
Racing at 8:00
See you at
Allegany Scrap Sponsors the
Classic Racing Series at Allegany Speedway
|Allegany Scrap has once again stepped up and will market
their recycling services through the racing community. A
long standing relationship pays off and provides some great
exposure to the fans at the big 5/8 mile oval known as “The
Rock”. Everyone wins! Allegany Scrap gets the audience of a
loyal fan base; and the fans can choose a quality recycler
that will provide top dollar for all of their recycling
The Series will pay it forward to the drivers,
not only will they benefit from free pit admission, but each
driver that takes the green, will walk away with $100.00.
The Series is proud of this affiliation and looks forward to
promoting Allegany Scrap as its premier feature sponsor at
Allegany Scrap Inc
14801 Lockhouse Rd SE,
Cumberland, MD 21502
Allegany Scrap is a division of Smith Industries, the east
coast’s largest metal processing plant.
|Ernest Lee "Ernie" Jones Jr., 60, of Westminster, died
Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012, at the University of Maryland
Hospital, from an extended illness.
Born Sept. 1, 1951, in Gettysburg, Pa., he was the son
of Ernest "Ernie" Jones Sr., of Westminster and the late
Kathleen Stewart Jones. He was the husband of Nancy
Bollinger Jones, who he was married to for more than
He was a 1969 graduate of Westminster High School. He
was vice-president of operations for Oval Track
Productions and R.J. Custom Homes along with his
brother. He formerly worked as a machinist and
supervisor for Black & Decker, and then Master Power.
He raced stock cars, No. 22, at various race tracks
since he was 16, and won many titles in various
divisions. He, alongside his brother, promoted the Rock
Speedway in Cumberland and the Roaring Knob Motor Sports
Complex in Markleysburg, Pa. He was an avid golfer,
Texas Hold'em player and enjoyed spending time with his
nieces and nephew.
Surviving, in addition to his father and wife, are a
brother and companion Rick Jones and Jennifer Brandt;
nieces Crystal, Katie, Jenna and Terra Jones, and Emily
Immler; and a nephew, Ricky Lee Jones Jr.
The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. today
and from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday at Pritts
Funeral Home & Chapel, 412 Washington Road, Westminster.
A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the
funeral home with his pastor, the Rev. Dr. Richard Scott
officiating. Interment will be in the St. Mary's
Cemetery in Silver Run.