KEYSTONE CUP SPRINT SERIES TO ROCK & ROLL ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT, MAY 25 AT GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY

Date: 5/13/2011 9:25:00 PM

                
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KEYSTONE CUP SPRINT SERIES TO ROCK & ROLL ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT, MAY 25 AT GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY

The Keystone Cup Sprint Series is fast approaching offering  six consecutive nights of exciting Sprint Car racing taking place at  six different race tracks, all offering six different support divisions of racing as well.   The busy schedule offers a swing through central Pennsylvania that begins on Wednesday May 25, and wraps up on Memorial Day Monday May 30.

Always a plus for the race fans, the fifth annual Keystone Cup Sprint Series  will offer free camping for fans at each of the participating Speedways.

The Keystone Cup Sprint Series  opens at  the Grandview Speedway on Wednesday May 25.  For the sprint cars, the action will include time trials, heat races, a B-main, and a 35 lap feature event with $5,000 offered for the winner.  Grandview is a high-banked 1/3rd mile bullring that offers tight racing action all evening long.  The weekly 358 Modifieds will be part of this blockbuster doubleheader that will open not only the Keystone Sprint Series, but the 22nd season of the NAPA Auto Parts Thunder on the Hill Racing Series.

In a change from past Keystone Cup series' Thursday May 26 will find the series at the ultra fast 1/2mile Port Royal Fairgrounds.  In the past the Port always wrapped up the series, but this year will be second on the calendar.  The Port offers a full program of Sprint Car racing with a 30 lap feature offering $5,000 to the winner.   Port's Pro-stock class will round out the program.

On Friday May 27, Keystone Cup moves to the historic mile oval at Williams Grove.  A full program of sprint car racing with a 30 lap feature paying $5, 000 to the winner.  This show will also include a  huge Fireworks display.

Saturday May 28 it's back to short track racing as Keystone Cup moves to the 3/8th mile Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, PA.  Again a 30 lap Sprint car feature is the highlight, with $5,000 awaiting the winner.  The Thunder cars, Legends, and Fireworks complete the big show.

It's off to the biggest track in the series on Sunday May 29.  The nearly 5/8th mile Selinsgrove Speedway.  Again the Sprint Cars go for 30 laps with $5,000 for the winner.  The popular Super Sportsman racers will join in the program.

The return of the Big Diamond Raceway wraps up this year's Keystone Cup on Memorial Day Monday May 30.  The 4/10th mile oval in Minersville will offer another 30 lap feature with $5,000 for the winner.  Also a part of the Big diamond show will be the ARDC Midgets.

Last year Daryn Pittman won three races on his way to the Keystone Cup point crown Tyler Walker and Mike Erdley each won single races last year.  Stevie smith was the 2009 champion, while Fred Rahmer won Keystone Cup titles in 2007 and 2008.



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