Updates

6/17/19 –

Just a reminder there will be no racing this Friday, June 21st.

We will see everyone again on June 28th for the BRP Big Block Modifieds, Super Lates, Street Stocks and FWDs. The Semi Lates will have the evening off.

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6/14/19 Race Report- Father’s Day Weekend
By: Zach Garman
Knox Dale- After a couple of days of nothing but rain, Thunder Mountain track crew did their hardest to get a track ready for the night’s events. Once the crew was done and a late start time was announced, cars hit trackside for another fast night of racing. Also on hand, were the ATVs sponsored by Legends Powersports. Mike Hoffman was the man to beat as he went on to win his heat race and feature event. First for the evening were the Watt Logging Pure Stocks. Josh Fields in the 88 and Justin Watt in the 00 made up the front row for the feature event. Fields and Watt would duke it out the whole time for the lead as Jenna Pfaff in the 33 ran in third and Makenna Pierce ran in fourth. With one lap to go, Josh Fields goes high to try to hold off a hard charging Watt. At the line, it was Josh Fields who went on to win the feature event. Fields was followed by 2) Justin Watt  3)Jenna Pfaff  4) Mikenna Pierce. The lone heat race winner was Josh Fields
Second for the night were the Legends Powersports Super Late Models. Doug Eck in the 20 and Kyle Knapp in the 33K made up the front row to go green for twenty five laps.  On the start, Eck would jump out to an early lead before the caution came out for a spun Gale Huey 11H in turn two. On the restart, Knapp took the lead as Chad McClellan took over second from Eck. Bob Dorman in the 19 and Gale Huey in the 11H battled for fourth as Joe Petyak in the 44 ran in fifth. A couple laps later, McClellan in the 7M would battle Eck for second as Petyak passes Huey for fifth before the caution came out for Skip Lindemuth in turn two. Trying to get a lap in with the restart, the third restart was a charm as Chris Hackett in the 33 took over the third position as Huey moved into second. Hackett and Huey would battle for second as Knapp stretched his lead out over the field. At the end, it was Kyle Knapp who went on to win his first ever Thunder Mountain feature event. Knapp was Followed by 2) Gale Huey  3) Chris Hackett  4) Greg Oakes  5) Bob Dorman  6) Mike Smith  7) Doug Eck  8) Joe Petyak  9) Nate Brady  10) Skip Lindemuth  11) Chad McClellan  12) Brandon Groters. Heat winners were Chad McClellan and Joe Petyak
Third on the card were the Kinetic By Windstream Semi Late Models. Joe Martin in the 28S and Jon Lee in the 5L made up the front row to go green for twenty laps. On the start, Martin takes the lead as Charlie Powell in the 69R and George Bailey in the 20 got together in turn three. On the restart, Jon Lee takes over the lead as Nate Smith in Rich Wickers 2T, battled Zach Myers in the 1M for third. Todd English in the 711 ran in fourth as Dennis Curry and Jarid Ivory battled for sixth. A couple laps later, Nick Fulmer slows on the backstretch to bring out the caution. O the restart, a pile up occurs in turn two to bring out another caution. After four attempts to get a restart in, the fifth restart was the lucky one as Todd English took over the fifth position  from Doug Surra as George Bailey spins in turn two. On the restart, Nate Smith in the 2T took over second from Martin before Martin would battle back for the position. At the end, under a “caution/checker finish” due to cautions, Jon Lee went on to win the feature event. Lee was followed by  2)Nate Smith  3) Joe Martin 4) Todd English 5) Tommy Snyder 6) Doug Surra  7)Jeff Sweeney 8) Bernie Whiteford Jr  9) Bob McMillen 10) Caleb Whiteford  11) George Bailey  12) Scott Umbaugh 13) Kyle Smith Jr 14) Andy Vancuren 15) Zach Myers  16) Vern Ward  17) Casey Wolfe  18) Charlie Powell  19)Jeremy Ohl  20) Dennis Curry  21) Jarid Ivory 22) Nick Fulmer. DNS were Jarred Patton and Andy Frey. Heat winners were Charlie Powell, Jon Lee and Joe Martin.
Last for the evening were the Dunlap Lawn & Garden Front Wheel Drive Four Cylinders. Mike Phillipson in the 69ER and Curtis Mohney in the 33M made up the front row to go green for fifteen laps. On the start, Tyler Oakes in the 22T made a charge for the lead and made it stick to take over the lead. Joe Huber in the 8H moved into fifth as Mohney ran in second. A few laps later, Joe Huber battles Oakes for the lead as Oakes stayed out strong in first. At the end, it was Tyler Oakes who went on to win his first ever Thunder Mountain feature event. Oakes was followed by  2) Joe Huber 3) Cody Young 4) Bill Fuchs 5) Noah Swank 6) Sam Orf Jr 7) Mike Phillipson 8) Greg Kiehl 9) Chris Shelley 10) Merle Shelley Jr 11) Jeff Huber 12) Curtis Mohney 13) Greg Rockwell 14) Chad Greeley. Rob Williams in the 9MM was a DNS. Heat winners were Joe Huber and Jeff Huber
Thank You to all who came out last night and stayed with us as we had a delayed start due to track conditions from this weeks weather. There will be no racing next Friday, 6/21, as racing will resume the following Friday, 6/28.

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6/14/19 –

We are racing. We are going to be later than usual cuz we are just getting on the track now for track prep. We will leave pill draw open longer for traveling teams

 

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6/10/19 –

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6/9/19 –

Points for 5/17 do not display on Mylaps because we had a bad cable from the Mylaps boxes to the computer that evening and we had to hand score all classes for the night. The points from 5/17 were calculated by hand and were added into the night of 5/24 points. Sorry for any confusion on this matter. If you have any issues please message the track. Thank you.

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6/1/19 –

Frank, Anderson, Bish, And Wicker Pick Up Wins On Triple Nickel Distillery Night

5/31/19

By: Zach Garman

Knox Dale- Thunder Mountain Speedway seen a large crowd and car count Friday night as Racers For Tots sold raffle tickets for their 2019 Rocket XR1 car and Triple Nickel Distillery pleased fans with samples of their own moonshine. First on hand for the night, were the Watt Logging Pure Stocks. Tim Steis in the 45 and Rich Anderson in the 516 made up the front row for the green flag. On the start, Anderson jumped out to the lead as Steis ran in second. Matt Putt 11P, Justin Watt 00, and Jenna Pfaff in the 33 all battled for third before Watt would moved into second. As the laps counted down, Rich Anderson had a far lead on the whole field. Rich Anderson would go on to win his first ever pure stock feature event at Thunder Mountain Speedway. Anderson was followed by Justin Watt, Tim Steis, Matt Putt, Makenna Pierce, and Jenna Pfaff. The lone heat race winner was Tim Steis.

Second for the evening were the Legend Powersports Super Late Models for their 30 lap, $3,000 to win special. Chub Frank in the 1* and Doug Drown in the 12 made up the front row to go green for 30 laps. As the green flag flew, Frank jumped to the lead before a pile up in turn four made the caution flag come out. On the restart, David “Slowride” Scott and Doug Drown battled for second as Chris Hackett in the 33 and Greg Oakes in the 22 battled for fifth. Del Rougeux was running in seventh before the 28D machine went over the backstretch to bring out the yellow. On the restart, Matt Lux in the 111 moved into fifth as David Scott moved into second. A few laps later, Kyle Hardy in the 36 moved into fourth as Chris Hackett and Dave Hess battled for seventh. Kyle Knapp in the 33K and Gale Huey in the 11H ran eighth and ninth before Levi Sikora in the 57S slowed on the front stretch with some mechanical problems. On the restart, Hardy gets sideways in turn two as Chad McClellan in the 7M and Curtis Teats in the 11V get involved. McClellan and Teats both sustained heavy damage to their cars, but were both all ok after the wreck. On the restart, Greg Oakes battles Matt Lux for third as Dave Hess moved into fifth to crack a top five. Chris Hackett and Kyle Knapp duked it out for sixth before Knapp moved into the sixth position as Oakes passed Lux for third. With five laps to go, Chris Hackett slows on the front stretch with a flat tire to bring out the caution. On the restart, Dave Hess moved into fourth as Chub Frank ran out front strong. At the end, it was Chub Frank who led the race from green to checkers to go on and win the $3,000 Super Late Model feature event. Chub Frank was followed by David Scott, Greg Oakes, Dave Hess, Matt Lux, Doug Drown, Kyle Knapp, Brandon Groters, Paul Kot, Wyatt Scott, Chris Farrel, Del Rougeux, Chris Hackett, Nate Brady, Kyle Hardy, Gale Huey, Chad McClellan, Curtis Teats, Clate Copeman, Levi Sikora, and John Wayne Weaver. Charles Powell Jr was a DQ. Bobby Rohrer and Doug Eck were DNS. Heat winners were Doug Drown, Chub Frank, and David Scott.

Third for the evening were the FDR HVAC Street Stocks. Fuzzy Fields in the 28 and Tim Bish in the 11B made up the front row to go green. On the start, Tim Bish jumped out to the early lead as Zach Gustafson in the 983 moved into third. Bill Hurrellbrink in the C8 and Gary Luzier in the 960 battled for fourth before the 222 of Tyler Kubic spun in turn two. On the restart, Gustafson and Fields battled for second before the 222 of Kubic loops it in turn two. O the restart, Curtis Bish in the 29 moved into second as Gustafson and Hurrellbrink battled for third. A few laps later, Dale Yeany in the 11Y slowed on the front stretch with some mechanical problems to bring out the caution. On the restart, Luzier moved into third as Hurrellbrink took over the fifth place position. At the checkers, it was Tim Bish who held on to win his first feature of 2019 at Thunder Mountain Speedway. Bish was followed by Curtis Bish, Bill Hurrellbrink, Gary Luzier, Zach Gustafson, Allen English, James Scharba, Gill Demelo, Tyler Kubic, Dale Yeaney, and Fuzzy Fields. Heat winners were Tim Bish and Fuzzy Fields.

The fourth feature for the evening were the Kinetic By WIndstream Semi Late Models. Jeremy Ohl in the 5J and Jarid Ivory in the 17 made up the front row to go green for twenty laps. Before a lap was put in the books, a pile up in turn two reset the field for a complete restart. On the restart, Jeremy Ohl jumped to the lead as Ivory, Jon Lee in the 5L, and Rich Wicker in the 2T battled for second. The caution flag flew for the 20 of George Bailey who spun in turn two. On the restart, Wicker moved into second as Todd English in the 711 slowed to go pit side. Joe Martin the 28S moved into third as the 222 of Jeff Sweeney took over the fifth position. Jon Lee moved into sixth before the red flag came out for Vern Ward who rolled in turn three. Once everything was cleaned up, Ward was okay and headed to the pits. On the restart, Lee and Sweeney battled for fifth before Lee took over the fifth place position. Out front, Wicker and Ohl were putting on a show for the lead. A few laps later, Wicker and Ohl touched in turn three to bring out a caution. On the restart, Martin moved into second trying to pressure Wicker for the lead as Jarid Ivory closed in on Martin, and Jeremy Ohl moved into fifth. At the end, It was all Rich Wicker who held off a strong pack of cars to win his first ever Semi Late Model Feature event. Wicker was followed by Jon Lee, Joe Martin, Jarid Ivory, Jeremy Ohl, Jeff Sweeney, Nick Fulmer, Bob McMillen, Kyle Smith Jr, Luke Barnett, Jim Challingsworth, Kevin Dickson, George Bailey, Caleb Whiteford, Ryan Caldwell, Vern Ward, and Todd English. Andy Frey, Doug Surra, Scott Umbaugh, Bernie Whiteford, Joe Malobicky, Bo Lockwood, Scott Carbaugh, and Kylee Brown were DNS. Heat winners were Kyle Smith Jr, Jeremy Ohl, and Jarid Ivory.

The last feature for the evening were the Dunlap Lawn & Garden Front Wheel Drive Four Cylinders. Joe Huber in the 8H and Shawn Hadden in the 3H made up the front row to go green. On the start, Huber takes over the lead as Hadden ran in second. Hadden had pressure from the 42 of Jeff Huber who has been strong all season. Jeff Huber would pass Hadeen for second and set his sights on Joe Huber for the lead. Josh Frantz in the 15B and Joe Huber battled for third as Curtis Mohney moved into fourth. Patrick Crawford in the C4 and Michael Phillipeon in the 69R battled for sixth. Once Jeff Huber got out to the lead, there was no looking back for the 42 machine. At the end, it was Jeff Huber who went on to pick up another Front Wheel Drive Four Cylinder feature event. Huber was followed by Shawn Hadden, Josh Frantz, Joe Huber, Patrick Crawford, Curtis Mohney, Bill Fuchs, Michael Phillipeon, Cody McNaughton, Chad Greeley, Austin Fedder, Greg Kiehl, Zach Lennox, and Cody Young. Heat winners were Jeff Huber and Josh Frantz.

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5/31/19 –

We are racing tonight!

Also If you are coming Intersate 80 west bound to the track you may experience a long delay near the track exit (exit 86/Reynoldsville) due to road construction. To avoid this you can get off Exit 97/Falls Creek and navigate to Reynoldsville and come 322 West.

If you are coming Interstate 80 east bound to the track you also have the option to get off the Brookville exit and take 36 towards Punxy to Ramsaytown road.

For GPS usage, our address is:
3406 Ramsaytown Road
Brookville PA

For Google Maps you can just type in Thunder Mountain Speedway, Brookville.

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5/25/19 –

Memorial Day Weekend Kicks Off With Lee, Bluebeck, Watt, McClelland, Gordon As Winners

5/24/19 Report

By: Zach Garman

Knox Dale- As the sun started to set for another night of Friday action, the United States Air Force was on hand to swear in their new cadets as they go on to answer our nation’s call and to protect the freedoms we all have in the United States of America. First on hand for the evening were the Kinetic by Windstream Semi Late Models. Jon Lee in the 5L and Kyle Smith Jr in the 42 made up the front row to go green. On the start, Lee would jump out to the early lead before a pile up in turn one occurred. On the restart, Doug Surra in the T3 jumped to second as Kevin Dickson in the 9 moved into third. Jeremy Ohl in the 5J raced to second before the caution flag flew for a spun Dustin Challingsworth in turn three. On the third restart, Jeff Sweeney in the 222 settled into fourth as Rich Wicker in the 2T and Nick Erskine in the 5X battled for fifth before the caution came out for George Bailey in turn three. On the restart, Ohl and Lee would duke it out for the lead as Josh Jacoby in the 88 moved into sixth. Joe Martin in the 28S ran in seventh as Todd English 711, Rich Wicker 2T, and Zach Myers in the 1M battled for seventh.Joe Martin in the 28S would be making his way to the front before the 5X of Erskine spins in turn two. On the restart, Ohl and Lee would continue to battle each other for the lead as Martin and Surra battled for third. The caution flag flew once again as Doug Surra slows in turn two with mechanical issues. On the next restart, Wicker and Martin battled for third as Lee passes Ohl for the lead. As the laps counted down, Ohl would continue to try to hunt down the 5L of Lee for the lead, but it was all Jon Lee in the end who held on after a strong race to collect the win. Lee was followed by Jeremy Ohl, Joe Martin, Rich Wicker, Kyle Smith Jr, Dustin Challingsworth, Bob McMillen, Brian Rhed, Caleb Whiteford, Joe Malobicky, Doug Surra, Josh Jacoby, Zach Myers, Nick Erskine, Nick Fulmer, Jeff Sweeney, Luke Barnett, George Bailey, Todd English, Bernie Whiteford, Ryan Caldwell, Kevin Dickson, Gary Stitt, Scott Umbaugh, Joe Becker, Austin Getch, Kevin Geist, Jim Challingsworth, Paul Ivory, Kylee Brown, Casey Wolfe. Heat winners included Kyle Smith Jr, Jon Lee, and Kevin Dickson. The Bmain winner was Bernie Whiteford.

Second on card were the Dunlap Lawn & Garden Front Wheel Drive Four Cylinders. Wes Staley in the 73S and the 8H of Joe Huber made up the front row to go green. On the start, Staley took the early lead as Huber ran in second. One lap later, the caution flag came out for the 7 of Dj Clark on the backstretch. On the restart, Philip Bubeck in the 2 and the 8H of Huber battled for second as Curtis Mohney in the 33M moved into fourth. The 42 of Jeff Huber battled the 3H of Shawn Hadden for fifth as Bubeck took the lead. As the laps counted down, Bluebeck had a strong run going and went on to win the feature event. Bubeck was followed by Curtis Mohney, Wes Staley, Jeff Huber, Joe Huber, Shawn Hadden, Wyatt Zimmerman, Zack Frantz, Chad Greeley, Austin Fedder, Greg Kiehl, Jason Rittenmore, Dylan Hickok, Wayne Newberry, and Dj Clark. Heat winners were Wes Staley and Joe Huber.

Third for the evening were the Watt Logging Pure Stocks. Duke Davidson in the 81 and the 871 made up the front row for fifteen laps. On the start, Davidson stole the early lead as Justin Watt in the 00 moved into fourth. Raven Fuller in the 10R and Tim Steis in the 45 battled for fifth before Steis spins in turn two. On the restart, Watt moved into third as Steis and Fuller battled again for fourth. Rich Waltman Jr in the 8JR moved into fifth as Steis spins in turn two. On the restart, Davidson took the lead again as the laps counted down. At the end, it was Davidson who went on to collect the checkers. After tech results, the 81 and 871 were disqualified as this moved Justin Watt in the 00 to the feature event winner. Watt was followed by Rich Waltman Jr, Raven Fuller, Tim Steis, 27, Davidson (DQ), and Mumau (DQ). The lone heat winner was Duke Davidson.

Fourth for the evening were the Legend Powersports Super Late Models. Kyle Knapp in the 33k and Del Rougeux in the 28D made up the front row for twenty five laps. On the start, Knapp, Rougeux, and Chris Hackett in the 33 battled for the lead. Gale Huey in the 11H moved into third as Hackett took over the second place position. Bob Dorman in the 19 took the high side groove to pass Rougeux as Matt Lux in the 111 and Levi Sikora in the 57S battled for fifth. One driver making his way through the field was the 7M of Chad McClelland. McClelland would pass Huey for third before the caution came out for a spun Nate Brady in turn two. On the restart, McClelland passes Hackett and Knapp for the lead as Knapp battled back. Gale Huey and Bob Dorman battled for fourth before they got together in turn four. On the restart, Huey moved into fourth as Matt Lux cracked the top five to take over the fifth position. A few laps later, the caution flag came out for debris in turn two. On this restart, Levi Sikora took over the fifth position as Knapp and McClelland battled for the lead. Chris Hackett and Lux duked it out for third before Curtis Teats blew a tire in turn two to bring out the caution. On the restart ,Sikora moved into fourth as Matt Lux charged to the third position. With five laps to go, McClelland, Knapp, and Lux duked it out for the lead before McClelland moved up high in turn two to stretch out his lead. At the end, it was Chad McClelland who went on to win the Super Late Model feature. McClelland was followed by Kyle Knapp, Matt Lux, Chris Hackett, Levi Sikora, Gale Huey, Dan Smeal, Johnny Lindenpitz, Skip Lindenmuth, Bob Dorman, Richard Tripodi, Curtis Teats, Del Rougeux, and Nate Brady. Charlie Powell and Kenny Schaffer were DNS. The heat winners were Chris Hackett and Matt Lux.

Last for the evening were the FDR HVAC Street Stocks. Tim Bish in the 11B and the 983 of Zach Gustafson made up the front row to go green. On the start, Bish took the early lead as the 28 of Fuzzy Fields and the Tri6 of Andrew Gordon battled for third. One lap later, Ray Hickok in the 4ORD spins in two to bring out the caution. On the restart, Bish takes the lead back as Gordon moved into third. The 29 of Curtis Bish and the 12 of Trevor McCann battled for fifth. Cregan Brady spins in turn two as Curtis Bish passes McCann for fifth. On the restart, Fields and Gordon get together in turn three. The next restart seen Curtis Bish move into third as McCann moved back into fourth. A few laps later, leader Tim Bish slows on the front stretch with mechanical issues. On the restart, Gordon took over the lead as Curtis Bish ran in second. At the end, it was Andrew Gordon who went on to win the nights feature event. Gordon was followed by Curtis Bish, James Scharba, Zach Gustafson, Allen English, Gary Luzier, Dalton Gustafson, Tim Bish, Trevor McCann, Ray Hickok, Fuzzy Fields, and Cregan Brady. Heat winners were Curtis Bish and Tim Bish.

Thank You to all who came out last night to Thunder Mountain Speedway to kick off their Memorial Day weekend. Remember the reasoning behind it, and Thank those who have kept us and are keeping us safe with all the freedoms we have in our country. Freedom is not free! Best of luck to the United States Air Force cadets as you men and women go on to answer our nation’s call and defend our great country, Thank You!

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5/18/19 –

Mother Nature Runs Away As Opening Night Crowns Hickok,Steis,Lux,Huber, And Ohl Winners
5/17/19 Report
By: Zach Garman
Knox Dale PA- After a couple weeks of mother nature coming to town and forcing many cancellations, Friday seen a day of nice weather (with some spotty showers here and there) to have some racing to open up the 2019 season at Thunder Mountain Speedway. First on tap for the night were the FDR HVAC Inc Street Stocks. Tim Bish and the 101 of Bruce Hartzfeld made up the front row to go green. On the start, Ray Hickok Jr in the 4ord moved passed Hertzfeld for second as Bish moved out to the early lead. Hartzfeld continued to battle with Hickok for second as the 983 of Zach Gustafson ran fourth with Allen English in the 64 and Jason Fosnaught in the 20J ran fifth and sixth. A few laps later, Hickok and Hartzfeld still were battling for second as Bish slowed in three with a flat rear tire. On the restart, Hickok jumped out to the lead as Hartzfeld and Gustafson ran second and third. With five laps to go, Hartzfeld passes Gustafson for second and pressures Hickok for the lead. At the end, it was Ray Hickok Jr in the 4ord who went on to win a strong race. Hickok was followed by Bruce Hartzfeld, Zach Gustafson, Allen English, Jason Fosnaught, and Tim Bish.  The lone heat race winner was Bruce Hartzfeld.
Up next for the night were the Watt Logging Inc Pure Stocks. Justin Watt in the 00 and Tim Steis in the 45 made up the front row for the green. Steis and Watt would battle for a couple of laps for the lead before Steis got around Watt for the lead. The 516 of Larry Mitchell and 8JR of Rich Waltman Jr ran third and fourth. A few laps later, Mitchell got around Watt for second and set his sights on Steis. Waltman was next in line against Watt. Watt and Waltman would battle for third before Waltman made the move up high in two to take over the third place position. As the laps counted down, Tim Steis went on to win the first feature event of the Watt Logging pure stocks for the 2019 season. Steis was followed by Larry Mitchell, Rich Waltman Jr, Justin Watt, Bill Mumau, Bill Bartlebaugh, and Mikanna Pearce. The lone heat winner was Rich Waltman Jr.
Third on the card were the Legend Powersports Super Late Models. Bob Dorman in the 19 and Chad McClelland in the 7M made up the front row for the twenty five lap feature event. Dorman would take the early lead as Michael Lake in the 27 moved to third before a caution came out for turn two. On the restart, Lake moved past McClelland for second as Matt Lux moved into fourth. A couple laps later, Charlie Powell in the 94 and Kyle Knapp in the 33K battled for fifth as Matt Lux and Chad McClelland battled for third. A caution in turn three would bunch the field up once again. On this restart, Lux took over the third portion as Chris Hackett in the 33 moved into the top five for fifth. Powell and Hackett battled for fourth as Doug Eck goes high in turn two to take over the fourth place position. The caution flew once again for turn one. On the restart, Powell, Hackett, and McClelland battled for the third position as Gale Huey in the 11H moved into fifth. Dave Blazavich in the 18B and Chris Hackett ran sixth and seventh before the caution came out for debris. Under this caution, many front running cars pitted with problems. The restart seen Blazavich move to fifth as Powell, Huey, and Hackett battled for third. On the last lap, Dorman still had a strong lead before he blew a right rear tire in turn two. Matt Lux moved past Dorman  on the backstretch and went on to win the feature event. Lux was followed by Charlie Powell, Bob Dorman, Chris Hackett, Gale Huey, Dave Blazavich, Skip Lindemuth, Bob Hymes, Chad McClelland, Curtis Teats, Doug Eck, Kyle Knapp, and Michael Lake. The two heat winners were Kyle Knapp and Michael Lake.
Fourth for the night were the Dunlap Lawn & Garden Front Wheel Drive Four Cylinders. Curtis Mohney in the 33m and Rob Williams in the 9MM made up the front row for fifteen laps. On the start, Joe Huber in the 8 and the 2 of Phil Bulbeth battled for second as Mohney took the lead. DJ Clark in the 7 stayed in fourth as Jeff Huber in the 42 moved into third. Williams in the 9MM and Austin Fedder in the 777 battled for sixth as Jeff Huber, Clark, and Mohney battled for second. As the laps counted down, the Huber boys of Jeff and Joe were all over the 2 of Bulbeth for the lead. At the end, it was Jeff Huber in the 42 who took over the lead to go on and win the nights feature event. Huber was followed by Phil Bulbeth, Joe Huber, Rob Williams, Austin Fedder, Chad Greeley, Greg Kiehl, Shawn Hadden, DJ Clark, Bill Fuchs, and Curtis Mohney. Dylan Hickok was a DNS for the feature event. Heat winners were Rob Williams and Curtis Mohney.
Last for the evening were the Kinetic By Windstream Semi Late Models. Todd English in the 711 and Joe Martin in the 28S made up the front row for twenty laps. On the start, English took the lead as Doug Surra in the 3AA ran in second. Joe Martin and Jon Lee in the 5L battled for 4th as Scott Umbaugh in the 36 and Jarid Ivory in the 17 battled for sixth. Ryan Caldwell and Tommy Kronenwetter battled for eighth before a caution came out for turn three. On the restart, Jeremy Ohl in the 5J moved into the lead as Lee took over second. Towards the end of the race, Ivory and Martin battled for fourth as Zach Myers cracked into the top five taking over the fifth position. At the end, it was all Jeremy Ohl as he went on to the win the nights feature event. Ohl was followed by Jon Lee, Zach Myers, Jarid Ivory, Doug Surra, Joe Martin, Brandon DeBrakeleer, Scott Umbaugh, Jim Challingsworth, Jeff Sweeney, Kyle Smith Jr, Austin Getch, Kylee Brown, Caleb Whiteford, Todd English, Rich Wicker, Gary Stitt, Tommy Kronenwetter, Ryan Caldwell, Vern Ward, and Bernie Whiteford. The heat winners were Doug Surra, Joe Martin, and Todd English.
Thank you to everyone who came out and supported Thunder Mountain Speedway on the season opener for the 2019 season. We hope to see all of you back next week as we honor our armed forces for the Memorial Day weekend!

 

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5/17/19 –

We are racing tonight!  It’s nice and sunny here!

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5/10/19 –

With all the rain over night and current track conditions we have decided to cancel the show for tonight May 10th. Please join us next week

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5/6/19 –

This Friday, May 10th will be our Mothers Day Special! $2 off General Admission for Mothers. On tap are Super Lates, 358 Semi Lates, Street Stocks, Pure Stocks and FWDs.

Pit Gate opens at 5pm. Grandstands at 5:30pm. Racing at 7:30pm

Grandstand Admission:

General Admission $12
Seniors $10
Students 7 to 17 yrs old $8
Kids under 6 yrs old Free
Family Pack (2 adults and up to 4 students) $40

Pits $30

3406 Ramsaytown Rd., Brookville PA

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5/3/19 –

We are monitoring the weather and will make a decision no later than 2pm. We will not be answering any texts, emails or private messages. Please follow our Facebook page, website or signup for our Rained Out notification for any updates for the races for tonight May 3rd. Thank you!
https://www.rainedout.net/team_page.php?a=7ca9e7833027ea00099a

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4/29/2019 –

2019 Opening Night! This Friday, May 3rd will be the first race of the 2019 Season! On tap are the BRP Big Block Modifieds along with our Super Lates, 358 Semi Lates, Pure Stocks and FWDs.

Pit Gate opens at 5pm. Grandstands at 5:30pm. Racing at 7:30pm

Special Grandstand Admission:

Adults $18
Seniors $16
Students 7 to 17 yrs old $10
Kids under 6 yrs old Free
Family Pack (2 adults and up to 4 students) $50

Pits $30

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4/23/19 –

Test & Tune will be this Saturday April 27th from 12pm til ?
Pits: $20/Car, $5/ person. Grandstands: Free

And don’t forget that after Test and Tune there will be a pig roast for drivers and crews!

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4/18/19 –

On May 24 for our Memorial Day-Armed Forces Night we are excited to welcome the United State Air Force as they will be Swearing in some of their finest young men and women into the Delay Entry Program out of Central, PA. These Future Airmen will be raising their right hand and taking the Oath of enlistment, they will be answering Our Nations call, in order to defend and protect our Great Nation.

⁃ Stop by the AF Booth and learn more about the AF opportunities.
⁃ Staff Sergeant Alfonso Martinez Air Force Representative
⁃ Covering Dubois, PA and surrounding areas. Feel free to browse their website: Airforce.com

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4/14/19 –

We are this weeks feature in the Dirt Warriors blog on USDirt.com

https://usdirt.com/read-blog/4_dirt-warriors-the-unsung-hero-s.html

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3/30/19 –

We would like to announce the addition of Pure Stocks to the 2019 Season. The division will be sponsored by Watt Lumber Inc Buyers of Standing Timber. We will follow Hummingbird Rules with the Pure Stock division. We will add the payout to our webpage in the coming weeks.


3/12/19 –

Giving back to the FANS!

On a few regular race nights this season we will have a “Discounted Town Night” in 2019. We will pick a town and any one with a valid address on their drivers license for that town will be admitted to the grandstands with $5 off general admission.  First 10 people from that town will get a free grandstand pass! We are doing this to promote the speedway to new people and give existing fans a thank you for coming each and every week to support us.
We will announce the town on Facebook/Instagram/Twitter the week before the schedule town race.
(If there is a scheduling change or a prior rain date needs made up, we will switch the date

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2/26/19 –

There is an addition to our schedule for the night of July 12th. There will be a $2000 to win Semi Lates race (non points) Presented by TECAM Enterprises, CAM General Contracting and T English Construction.  Lap money and prizes will be collected for the race. Also that night is Grady’s Decision Night and will include Late Models, Street Stocks and FWDs. More Details in the upcoming months


2/15/19 –

Driver Registration Forms and W-9s can be found on the documents page.   Feel free to bring them to Test and Tune or the first race.  Thanks!


1/13/19 –

Reserved Parking for the 2019 Season is now available. The parking map and form is available in Documents 

The price to reserve a spot is $100 for each. All information for reserving and payment is on the form/map. You may also contact us on Facebook or by email (rmmotorsportsllc@yahoo.com) to reserve.

If you have already contacted us about a spot, you are already marked down and just need to send payment by March 29th.


1/5/2019 – Our 2019 Schedule is posted:

https://thundermountainspeedwaypa.com/schedule/


11/14/18 –

The 2019 Semi Late Divison rules have been updated and are located on our rules page.

Thank you everyone who came this past Saturday to the meeting to share your input.

After conversations with Hummingbird Speedway management both tracks Semi Late rules will be the same.

https://thundermountainspeedwaypa.com/rules/

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