Updates

9/20/20 –

Here is all the information for ThunderFest 2020 World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Weekend. There is alot of information so please read it all.

Friday, September 25th
World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Models $10,000 to Win/5th Annual Eric Witherite Memorial plus Semi Lates and FWDs
$30 General Admission
$15 for Students (7 to 17 years old)
Free 6 years and under
$40 Pit Pass (All Ages)
Pits open at 3:00pm. Grandstands open at 4pm. Racing at 7:00pm

Saturday, September 26th
World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Models $10,000 to Win plus Pure Stocks and Super6 Lates
$30 General Admission
$15 for Students (7 to 17 years old)
Free 6 years and under
$40 Pit Pass (All Ages)
Pits open at 3:00pm. Grandstands open at 4:00pm. Racing at 7:00pm

There are no two day passes or advance ticket sales. Tickets must be purchased the day of the event. Each day will be a seperate show as stated above. There will be two grandstand ticket booths to keep it flowing.

We do not have reserved seating. No one will be permitted to save seats in the grandstands prior to the gates opening on either day. The grandstand gate will be locked until the gate opens each day. Please do not leave blankets, chairs or other seat markings after the first night.

Summerville Fire Dept will be parking all vehicles. There is limited handicap parking and it goes very quickly.
Please do not block the roadways on the track property and do not park on the berm of the main road. The police will be called and you will be towed or fined.
There will be plenty of parking in all the fields so please abide by where the Fire Dept parks you. Anyone in violation of this will be towed. You are parking at your own risk.

Alcohol is permitted in grandstands. NO glass bottles. All coolers will be checked when entering the gate for glass. Please drink responsibly.
We have hired a security company for the these two days because the past couple Friday nights the fighting and drinking have been out of hand. If you cause a disturbance you will be escorted out and asked to leave the property. NO warnings!

There are absolutely NO PETS permitted in the grandstands unless you have the proper paperwork that they are service animals and that has to be presented at the grandstand gate before entering. If you bring pets into the pit area they must remain in your hauler or in your pit spot.

Please pickup your garbage at the end of the evening. There are multiple garbage cans spread out over the grandstands and in the pits to dispose of your trash! Bags will be handed out to each hauler coming in the pits. Plus towards the end of the features we will pass out garbage bags throughout the grandstands.

Just a reminder that there are no reserved spots in the Pits for the two day show. All classes will be parked accordingly.

Camping Info:
THERE ARE NO SPOTS AVAILABLE. THEY HAVE ALL BEEN RESERVED.
If you come Thursday or Friday without having a reserved spot given to you prior, you will be turned away and have to find another campground or alternative lodging.
Reserved Spots are 20×50. That includes your awning and slides
There will be camping attendants at the track making sure you park correctly.
There will be specified times to arrive at the track.
Camper move in dates will be:
Thursday Sept 24th from 2pm to 8pm
Friday Sept 25th from 8am to 4pm

Alternative camping spots:
There is camping available 11 miles away at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. It is located off of exit 81.
$25/night or $50/for 2 days. The spots have water and electric.
If interested contact Doug Zimmerman at (814) 591-9856

Due to a burn ban in the township, there are NO camp fires permitted on the property.

Please pick up your reserved spot from all garbage and take it with you. We should not be responsible for this like in years past.

We are taking every precautionary measure to ensure a safe environment for fans, participants our employees. If you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 and/or are not feeling well, we ask that you please stay home and not attend. We encourage all fans to wear a mask, social distance, and follow CDC guidelines


9/14/20 –

Come on out this Friday, September 18th for the $500 to Win Pure Stock Special plus Super Lates, Semi Lates, Super6 Lates, and FWDs.

$12 General Admission
$10 Seniors
$8 for Students (7 to 17 years old)
Free 6 years and under
$40 Family Pack (2 Adults and up to 4 Students)
$30 Pit Pass

Pits open at 5:00pm. Grandstands open at 5:30pm. Racing at 7:30pm

We are taking every precautionary measure to ensure a safe environment for fans, participants our employees. If you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 and/or are not feeling well, we ask that you please stay home and not attend. We encourage all fans to wear a mask, social distance, and follow CDC guidelines.

Camping is permitted. Alcohol is permitted in grandstands. NO glass bottles.

There are absolutely NO PETS permitted in the grandstands unless you have the proper paperwork that they are service animals and that has to be presented at the grandstand gate before entering. If you bring pets into the pit area they must remain in your hauler or in your pit spot.

Please pickup your garbage at the end of the evening. There are multiple garbage cans spread out over the grandstands and in the pits to dispose of your trash! Bags will be handed out to each hauler coming in the pits. Plus towards the end of the features we will pass out garbage bags throughout the grandstands.


9/2/2020 –

Here is all the information for ThunderFest 2020 World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Weekend. There is alot of information so please read it all.

Friday, September 25th
World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Models $10,000 to Win/5th Annual Eric Witherite Memorial plus Semi Lates and FWDs
$30 General Admission
$15 for Students (7 to 17 years old)
Free 6 years and under
$40 Pit Pass (All Ages)
Pits open at 5:00pm. Grandstands open at 5:30pm. Racing at 7:00pm

Saturday, September 26th
World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Models $10,000 to Win plus Pure Stocks and Super6 Lates
$30 General Admission
$15 for Students (7 to 17 years old)
Free 6 years and under
$40 Pit Pass (All Ages)
Pits open at 4:00pm. Grandstands open at 5:00pm. Racing at 7:00pm

There are no two day passes or advance ticket sales. Tickets must be bought the day of the event. Each day will be a seperate show as stated above. There will be two grandstand tickets booths to keep it flowing.

No one will be permitted to save seats in the grandstands prior to the gates opening. The grandstand gate will be locked until the gate opens each day. Please do not leave blankets, chairs or other seat markings after the first night.

Summerville Fire Dept will be parking all vehicles. There is limited handicap parking and it goes very quickly.
Please do not block the roadways on the track property and do not park on the berm of the main road. The police will be called and you will be towed or fined.
There will plenty of parking in all the fields so please abide by where the Fire Dept parks you. Anyone in violation of this will be towed. You are parking at your own risk.

Alcohol is permitted in grandstands. NO glass bottles. All coolers will be checked when entering the gate for glass. Please drink responsibly.
We have hired a security company for the these two days because the past couple Friday nights the fighting and drinking have been out of hand. If you cause a disturbance you will be escorted out and asked to leave the property. NO warnings!

There are absolutely NO PETS permitted in the grandstands unless you have the proper paperwork that they are service animals and that has to be presented at the grandstand gate before entering. If you bring pets into the pit area they must remain in your hauler or in your pit spot.

Please pickup your garbage at the end of the evening. There are multiple garbage cans spread out over the grandstands and in the pits to dispose of your trash! Bags will be handed out to each hauler coming in the pits. Plus towards the end of the features we will pass out garbage bags throughout the grandstands.

Camping Info:
There will be camping allowed for the two day show but only 75 spots will be available. There are under 10 left as of 9/2/2020. As most know we have limited space to work with so that is why we will have a cap on camping spots. You must contact the track by Facebook messenger or email us at rmmotorsportsllc@yahoo.com
We will not be charging for these spots, but registration will be required. Once you request a spot, you will be assigned a spot and paperwork sent via email or messenger for you. You will be placed in the order we receive the requests.
Once the reserved spots are all claimed that is all that will be allowed. If you come Thursday or Friday without having a reserved spot given to you prior, you will be turned away and have to find another campground or alternative lodging.
Reserved Spots are 20×50. That includes your awning and slides
There will be camping attendants at the track making sure you park correctly.
There will be specified times to arrive at the track.
Camper move in dates will be:
Thursday Sept 24th from 2pm to 8pm
Friday Sept 25th from 8am to 4pm

Due to a burn ban in the township, there are NO camp fires permitted on the property.

Please pick up your reserved spot from all garbage and take it with you. We should not be responsible for this like in years past.

We are taking every precautionary measure to ensure a safe environment for fans, participants our employees. If you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 and/or are not feeling well, we ask that you please stay home and not attend. We encourage all fans to wear a mask, social distance, and follow CDC guidelines

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8/31/20 –

Camping Information for World of Outlaws Weekend Sept. 25th and 26th

Camping will be allowed for the two day show but only 75 spots will be available. As most know we have limited space to work with so that is why we will have a cap on camping spots. You must contact the track by Facebook messenger or email us at rmmotorsportsllc@yahoo.com.
We will not be charging for these spots, but registration will be required. Once you request a spot, you will be assigned a camping location and assigned a number. You will be placed in the order we receive the requests.
Once the reserved spots are all claimed that is all that will be allowed. If you come Thursday or Friday without having a reserved spot given to you prior, you will be turned away and will have to find another facility to camp at.

Reserved Spots are 20ftx50ft. That includes your awning and slides. The spots are not on level ground.

There will be camping attendants at the track making sure you park correctly.

Camper move in dates will ONLY be the following:
Thursday Sept 24th from 2pm to 8pm
Friday Sept 25th from 8am to 4pm

Due to a burn ban in the township, there are NO camp fires permitted on the property.

There are also NO glass bottles permitted on the property.

We do not have any hookups or facilities for camping.

Please pick up your reserved spot from all garbage and take it with you. We should not be responsible for this like in years past.

Alternative camping areas can be filtered to the area on the Pennsylvania Great Outdoors website

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8/28/20 –

We are canceled for tonight August 28th due to the current heavy rain at the track and the continued forecast. The Semi Late Special will be rescheduled for Sept 11th along with the $500 to win Pure Stocks, Super Lates, and FWDs.

There will be no racing next Friday, Sept 4th

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8/24/20 –

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8/24/20 –

World of Outlaws will be both days of ThunderFest Sept 25th and 26th

Outlaw Speedway Removed, Two-Day Stop at Thunder Mountain on September 25-26

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8/15/20 –

Blair Collects First Connor Bobik Memorial Victory
8/14/2020- 10th Annual Connor Bobik Memorial
By: Zach Garman
Knox Dale- Fans were treated to another great night of racing dedicated to Connor Bobik’s memorial. Everyone got a chance to win some great prizes from the basket raffle as $7,205 has been raised so far for the Make A Wish foundation. First for the evening were the Super6 V6 Late Models/ Greg Beach in the 33X and Mike Spinneweber in the 6 started on the front row for the 2o lap feature event. Beach would jump out to the early lead as Spinneweber and Curtis Stivason in the 36S battled for second. Kyle Lukon, who has been red hot all year, worked his way up to third over Stivason. A few laps later, Mat Cajka and Dylan Morando battled for sixth as Lukon reeled in Beach to challenge for the lead. Coming out of turn four, Lukon takes over the lead and never looks back. At the checkers, it was Kyle Lukon going on to collect another Super6 V6 victory. Lukon was followed by 2) Greg Beach 33X 3) Levi Spinneweber 10 4) Mike Spinneweber 6 5) Curtis Stivason 36S 6) Dylan Morando 27X 7) Mat Cajka 12 8) Ed Dunkel 34 9) Jason Willard. DNS: Rod Phillips 1P, Ethan Thompson 0. Heat winners were Kyle Lukon and Mike Spinneweber.
Next coming trackside were the ULMS Super Late Models for the 10th Annual Connor Bobik Memorial. Mike Pegher Jr in 1C and Michael Norris in the 72 made up the front row for the 40 lap feature event. At the green, Pegher jumped out to the early lead as Max Blair in the 111 takes over second from Norris. Dave Hess Jr in the 44H moved into third as Pegher and Blair battled for the lead. Blair would move into the lead out of turn four as Hess moved into second over Pegher. Charlie Powell in the 94, Wyatt Scott in the X3, and Damien Bidwell in the 1/2pint all battled for fourth before Powell secured the fourth spot. A few laps later, Chub Frank in the 119* and Dan Angelicchio in the 14 battled for sixth as Doug Eck, David Scott, and Chris Hackett ran seventh through ninth. Heavy lap traffic started to come into play for the leaders as Hess reels in Blair closely for the lead. Bidwell moved into fourth over Wyatt Scott before a caution for debris came out. On the restart, a pile up in turn 4 would occur bringing out the red to move cars part. Will Thomas in the 9, Chris Hackett, Dan Angelicchio, and Charlie Powell were all involved. Once cars were apart and red flag conditions lifted, the restart was underway. On the restart, Hess moves up top to reel in Blair as Chub Frank moved into fifth over Norris. A few laps later, Chub Frank would reel in Dave Hess for second and take the second spot away from him coming out of turn two. With two laps to go, Norris moves up top to take away third from Hess. At the end, it was Max Blair going on to win the 10th Annual Connor Bobik Memorial. Blair was followed by 2) Chub Frank 119* 3) Michael Norris 72 4) Dave Hess Jr 44H 5) Wyatt Scott X3 6) David Scott 4S 7) Dan Angelicchio 14 8) Damien Bidwell 1/2pint 9) Boom Briggs 1J 10) Joe Martin 10S 11) Greg Oakes 22G 12) DougEck 20 13) Mike Pegher 1C 14) Chris Hackett 33 15) Luke Hoffner 5J 16) John Wayne Weaver W3 17) Jason Dobson 75 18) Bob Dorman 19 19) Jon Lee 5L 20) Del Rougeux 28D 21) Charlie Powell 94 22) Ryan Scott 0 23) Will Thomas 9W 24) Andrew Wylie 84 25) Gale Huey 11H. Heat winners were Dave Hess, Charlie Powell, Michael Norris, and Max Blair. Fast qualifiers were Dave Hess and Michael Norris. Bmain winners were Jon Lee and Will Thomas.
Third for the night were the Watt Logging Pure Stocks. Justin Watt in the 00 and Bill Mumau in the 871 made up the front row for the 15 lap feature event. Watt jumped out to the early lead as Mumau ran in second. Tim Steis in the 34 and Greg Blystone in the 6-29 battled for third before Blystone secured the third spot. The yellow flag would then come out for Dalton Gustafson who slowed on the back stretch. On the restart, Steis moves into second as Makinna Pearce in the 01P moved into forget hover Blystone. Dillion Smith in the 112S ran in sixth as Mumau started to reel in Watt for the lead. A few laps later, Mumau was all over Watt before Tim Steis spins in turn four. On the restart, Watt and Mumau continued to battle it out before Watt slowly started to pull away. At the line, it was Justin Watt going on to collect his second Pure Stock feature event at Thunder Mountain. Watt was followed by 2) Bill Mumau 8871 3) Tim Steis 34 4) Greg Blystone 6-29 5) Dillion Smith 112S 6) Makinna Pearce 01P 7) TJ Beyer 156 8) Jacob Weyer 87 9) Dalton Gustafson 4G 10) Robert Lydic 11 11) Tyler Blystone 79 12) Wayne Garvey 72G. Heat winners were Dalton Gustafson and Greg Blystone.
The Kinetic By Windstream Semi Late Models were trackside next for their 20 lap feature event. Gabe Shaffer in the 28S and Zach Myers in the 00 made up the front row coming to the green. Myers would jump out to the early lead as Nate Smith and Nick Erskine ran second and third over Shaffer. Doug Surra in the 3AA and Rich Wicker in the 2T battled for fifth before Surra secured the spot coming out of turn four. Smith and Erskine would battle for second as Rich Wicker and Doug Surra battle for fourth. Erskine moved into second as Surra moved into fourth. Vern Ward in the 67 moved into eighth over Jack Sarnousky in the 16  as Nate Smith and Surra battled for third. With two laps to go, Surra moves into third as Zach Myers continued to stretch out his lead. At the end, it was Zach Myers going on to collect his first victory in 2020. Myers was followed by 2) Nick Erskine 5X 3) Doug Surra 3AA 4) Nate Smith 13 5) Gabe Shaffer 28S 6) Rich Wicker 2T 7) Nick Fulmer 2F 8) Vern Ward 67 9) Eric Lucas 8L 10) Corey Jones 156 11) Jack Sarnousky 16 12) Dalton Shick 11S 13) Caleb Whiteford 1W 14) Kevin Geist 135 15) Austin Getch 71A 16) Fuzzy Fields 28 17) George Bailey 49. DNS: Brandon DeBrakeleer 59, Scott Umbaugh 36, Bernie Whiteford Jr 33JR, Rick Strong 17R. Heat winners were Rich Wicker, Gabe Shaffer, and Zach Myers.
Last for the evening were the Brooks Services Front Wheel Drive Four Cylinders. Phil Bubeck in the 2L and Adam Nixon in the 9MM made up the front row for the 15 lap feature event. Nixon jumped out to the early lead as Bubeck and Bill Tennant in the 2 battled for second. Curtis Mohney in the 33M moved into fourth before the yellow came out for Issac Irwin in the 77I sitting in turn four. On the restart, Tennant moves into second as the 42 of Jeff Huber moved into fourth over Mohney. Bill Fuchs in the 10 would slow on the front  stretch bringing out the yellow. On the restart, Huber moves into second over Tennant as the 21 of David Lowe moved into fifth over DJ Clark in the 7. Nixon, Bubeck, and Huber would battle it out for the lead before Nixon slowly stretched out his lead with three laps to go. With the checkers out, it was Adam Nixon going on to pick up the feature event win. Nixon was followed by 2) Phil Bubeck 2L 3) Jeff Huber 42 4) DJ Clark 7 5) Bill Tennant 2 6) David Lowe 21 7) James Ogden 164 8) Bill Eckenrode 19A 9) 210 ?? 10) Anthony Sones 92A 11) Chad Greeley 27 12) Mike Potter 616 13) Cody Cassler 14 14) Jeff Burns 29 15) Gary Brown 94 16) Todd Davis 119 17) Issac Irwin 77I 18) Jesse Armstrong 20A 19) Ryan Libbert 58R 20) Bill Fuchs 10 21) Curtis Mohney 33M 22) Mark Wetzel Jr 32 23) Michael Shobert 16D 24) Matt Brown 4-19. Heat winners were Curtis Mohney, Bill Tennant, David Lowe, and Adam Nixon.
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8/10/20 –

Come on out this Friday, August 14th for the 10th Annual Connor Bobik Memorial ULMS Super Late Model $5000 To Win Race!!! Also on the ticket are Semi Lates, Pure Stocks, FWDS, and Super6 Late Models.
There will be a huge Basket Raffle in Grandstand area that benefits Make-A-Wish. As of now there are many baskets, 40 inch HD TV, flooring package, door panels, etc. Many more items will be arriving!!!

Running order:
Super6 Lates
ULMS Super Lates
Pure Stocks
Semi Lates
FWDs

Super Late Payout for 40 Lap Feature:
1 – $5000
2 – $2200
3 – $1200
4 – $1100
5 – $1000
6 – $800
7 – $700
8 – $650
9 – $625
10 – $600
11 – $525
12 – $500
13 – $425
14 – 24 $400

Special Ticket Prices:
$20 General Admission
$18 Seniors
$10 for Students (7 to 17 years old)
Free 6 years and under
$55 Family Pack (2 Adults and up to 4 Students)
$30 Pit Pass (kids under 10 yrs of age are $15)

Pits open at 5:00pm. Grandstands open at 5:30pm. Racing at 7:30pm

We are taking every precautionary measure to ensure a safe environment for fans, participants our employees. If you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 and/or are not feeling well, we ask that you please stay home and not attend. We encourage all fans to wear a mask, social distance, and follow CDC guidelines.

Camping is permitted. Alcohol is permitted in grandstands. NO glass bottles.

There are absolutely NO PETS permitted in the grandstands unless you have the proper paperwork that they are service animals and that has to be presented at the grandstand gate before entering. If you bring pets into the pit area they must remain in your hauler or in your pit spot.

Please pickup your garbage at the end of the evening. There are multiple garbage cans spread out over the grandstands and in the pits to dispose of your trash! Bags will be handed out to each hauler coming in the pits. Plus towards the end of the features we will pass out garbage bags throughout the grandstands.

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8/1/20

Chub Frank Collects Frank Little Memorial Victory
7/31/20- Frank Little Memorial Night
By: Zach Garman
Knox Dale: Fans and drivers alike gathered at Thunder Mountain Friday evening to honor the life of racing fan Frank Little, who’s son is Gary Little, driver of the #69 semi late model. First for the evening were the Watt Logging Pure Stocks. Tim Steis in the 34 and Bill Mumau in the 871. Steis would jump out to the early lead as Greg Blystone in the 6-29 took over second from Mumau. Andy Frey in the 55X would make his way up to the top four as he battled with Mumau and Blystone. Frey would take away the third spot as Frey, Tyler Blystone, Justin Watt, and Casey Wolfe ran fourth through seventh. Tyler Blystone would battle Frey for fifth before spinning in turn two to bring out the caution. On the restart, Steis continued his lead as Greg Blystone and Mumau battled for second. Mumau would take over the second position as Tim Steis went on to collect another 2020 feature event win. Steis was followed by 2) Bill Mumau 871 3) Greg Blystone 6-29 4) Tyler Blystone 79 5) Andy Frey 55X 6) Justin Watt 00 7) Wayne Garvey 72G 8) Dalton Gustafson 4G 9) Makinna Pearce 01P 10) Casey Wolfe 6/2P. DNS- Sam Pennington 69. Heat winners were Tim Steis and Bill Mumau.
Second for the evening were the TECAM Enterprises Super Late Models for the $5,000 to win Frank Little Memorial. Chub Frank in the 119* and Mike Pegher in the 1C made up the front row for the 4o lap feature event. Pegher would take the early lead as Chub Frank and Matt Lux in the 111L battled for second. Doug Drown in the 12 moved into fourth of the 4S of David Scott before the 94 of Charlie Powell slows coming out of turn four to bring out the caution. On the restart, Mason Zeigler in the 25Z moves up top to battle Wyatt Scott in the X3 for the eighth spot. Zeigler would take over the eighth spot as Drake Troutman in the 7T and  Alex Ferree in the 4 battled for 9th. A few laps later, the red flag would come out for the 94T of Todd English who was caught up in a wreck in turn two. English was okay once red flag conditions lifted. English and Del Rougeux in the 28D both went pit side on the wreckers. Three restarts were attempted to get a lap in before the fourth restart was green. On the restart, David Scott moved into second over Mazon Zeigler as Drake Troutman and Wyatt Scott battled for fourth. Mike Pegher and Chub Frank battle for the lead for many laps before Frank moved into the top spot coming out of turn four. Frank, Scott, and Pegher would make it a full out battle with eight laps to go for the top spot. Frank would hold on to the lead as David Scott moved into second. Zeigler would take away the third spot from Pegher with three laps to go. At the end, it was Chub Frank in the 119* who went on to collect the checkers for the Frank Little Memorial and a $5,000 payday. Frank was followed by 2) David Scott 4S 3) Mason Zeigler 25Z 4) Mike Pegher 1C 5) Drake Troutman 7T 6) Wyatt Scott X3 7) Alex Ferree 4 8) Doug Eck 20 9) Jared Miley 10 10) Chris Hackett 33 11) Larry Hollenbaugh 1H 12) Dave Blazavich 18B 13) Doug Drown 12 14) John Wayne Weaver W3 15) Andrew Gordon 25G 16) Steve Scaife 7S 17) Matt Lux 111L 18) Mike Wonderling 18 19) Kyle Knapp 33K 20) Gale Huey 11H 21) Jeremy Ohl 5J 22) Del Rougeux 28D 23) Kenny Schaffer 13X 24) Todd English 94T 25) Mike Laughard 38L 26) Charlie Powell 94. DNS- Bob Dorman 19. DQ- Dave Hess Jr 44. Heat winners were Chub Frank, Mike Pegher, Matt Lux, and David Scott.
The Super V6 Late Models were trackside next for their 20 lap feature event. Mike Spinneweber in the 6 and Rod Phillips in the 1P made up the front frow coming to the green. Spinnweber would jump out to early lead as the 14 of Kyle Lukon moved into second over Phillips. Lukon would then take over the lead from Spinneweber coming out of turn four as the 10 of Levi Spinnweber moved into third over Phillips. Curtis Stivason ran in fifth as Mat Cajka in the 12, Dylan Morando in the 27X, and Ed Dunkel in the 34 ran sixth through eighth. Kyle Lukon would continue his lead as Stivason and Phillips ran second and third. At the end, it was Kyle Lukon who went on to collect another Super V6 feature event. Lukon was followed by 2) Curtis Stivason 36S 3) Rod Phillips 1P 4) Dylan Morando 27X 5) Mike Spinneweber 6 6) Ed Dunkel 34 7) Mat Cajka 12 8) Jason Willard 18 9) Levi Spinneweber 10. Heat winners were Kyle Lukon and Levi Spinneweber.
Fourth for the evening were the Brooks Services Front Wheel Drive Four Cylinders. Jesse Armstrong in the 20A and Shane Seville in the 9X made up the front row for their 15 lap feature event. Seville would jump out to the early lead before Jeff Huber in the 42 charged to the front, taking over the lead. Armstrong moved into third over the 21W of Ricky Weaver Jr before the 13B of Brenda Reinsel spins on the front stretch. On the restart, Bill Fuchs in the 10 moved into fifth over Greg Kiehl in the 13. A few laps later, Curtis Mohney in the 33M moved up top to take over the third portion from Weaver Jr in the 21W. Huber would stretch out his lead as Mohney moves into second over Shane Seville. At the end, it was Jeff Huber picking up another front wheel drive four cylinder feature event win. Huber was followed by 2) Curtis Mohney 33M 3) Shane Seville 9X 4) Ricky Weaver Jr 21W 5) Greg Kiehl 13 6) Ashton Daughenbaugh 44D 7) Jesse Armstrong 20A 8) Brenda Reinsel 13B 9) Gary Brown 94 10) Bill Fuchs 10 11) Issac Irwin 77I 12) Dustin Gibbons 727R 13) William Kephart 007 14) Chad Greeley 27. DNS- Matt Brown 4-19. Heat winners were Curtis Mohney and Jeff Huber.
Last for the evening were Kinectic By Windstream Semi Late Models. Nate Smith in the 13 and Kevin Dickson in the 9 made up the front row for their 20 lap feature event. Smith would jump out to the early lead as Rich Wicker in the 2T moved into second over Dickson. Gary Little in the 69 would take away third from Dickson before the 39B of Joe Becker spins in turn four, collecting the leader Nate Smith. Smith would go pit side and not return. This handed the lead over to Rich Wicker. On the restart, Wicker jumps out to the lead as Doug Surra in the 3AA moves into second before the 28 of Fuzzy Fields slows in turn three to bring out the caution. Three restarts were attempted before the fourth restart was green. On the restart, Kevin Dickson moved into fourth over Nick Erskine in the 5X as Gabe Shaffer in the 28S moves into sixth. With two laps left, Nick Erskine in the 5X and Paul Ivory in the 00 battled for second before Ivory secured the spot. At the end, it was Rich Wicker who went on to collect his first Thunder Mountain Victory of 2020. Wicker was followed by 2) Paul Ivory 00 3) Nick Erskine 5X 4) Gabe Shaffer 28S 5) Brandon DeBrakeleer 59 6) Kevin Dickson 9 7) Nick Fulmer 2F 8) Doug Surra 3AA 9) Tim Luben 3 10) Mike Blazer 22C 11) Vern Ward 67 12) Caleb Whiteford 1W 13) Scott Umbaugh 36 14) Rick Strong 17R 15) Fuzzy Fields 28 16) Gary Little 69 17) Austin Getch 71A 18) Nate Smith 13 19) Bernie Whiteford Jr 33JR 20) Levi Ardery 27 21) Joe Becker 39B. DNS- Kevin Geist. Heat winners were Kevin Dickson, Nick Erskine, and Rich Wicker.

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7/18/20 –

Lukon Blair Huber Erskine Gustafson Collect Checkers
7/17/20- Grady’s Decision Night
By: Zach Garman
Knox Dale- With high heat and 104 cars in the pits for the night, Thunder Mountain Speedway came alive for another night of dirt racing. First on the card were the Super6 Late Models for their 20 lap feature. Mike Spinneweber in the 6 and Greg Beach in the 33x made up the front row heading to the green. Beach would take the early lead as Curtis Stivason in the 36S and Levi Spinnewber in the 10 moved into the second and third spots. Two laps later, Kyle Lukon in the 14 took over third from Spinneweber as Stivason battled Spinneweber for the second spot. Mat Cajka in the 12 and Ed Dunkel in the 34 would battle for a number of laps for the seventh spot before Dunkel secured the spot. With five laps to go, Kyle Lukon challenges Beach for the lead and secured the top spot from Beach. At the line, it was Kyle Lukon who went on to collect the Super6 feature event. Lukon was followed by 2) Greg Beach 33X 3) Rod Phillips 1P 4) Curtis Stivason 36S 5) Levi Spinneweber 10 6) Ed Dunkel 34 7) Jason Willard 18 8) Nate Mechling 54 9) Dylan Morando 27X 10) Mike Spinneweber V6 11) Mat Cajka 12. Heat winners were Ed Dunkel and Kyle Lukon.
Second for the night were the TECAM Enterprises Super Late Models. Jared Miley in the 10 and Max Blair in the 111 made up the front row for the 30 lap feature event. Blair would secure the early lead as Miley and Mike Pegher Jr battled for the second spot. Pegher would move into third as David Scott in the 4S moved up to fourth over Bob Dorman in the 19. Two laps later, the caution would fly for the 33K of Kyle Knapp sitting in turn one. On the restart, David Scott moved into third as the 20 of Doug Eck moved into fifth over Michael Lake in the 27 before the 29L of Johnny Lindenpitz spins in turn two. On the restart, David Scott moved into second over Mike Pegher Jr before a caution came out for a pile up in turn two. Jared Miley, Mike Pegher Jr, and Del Rougeux were all involved. On the last restart, Scott would secure the second spot again as Doug Eck in the 20 moved up to third. At the end, it was Max Blair picking up the win for the Grady’s Decision $3,000 to win feature event. Blair was followed by 2) David Scott 4S 3) Doug Eck 20 4) Michael Lake 27 5) Greg Oakes 22 6) Chub Frank 1* 7) Alex Ferree 4 8) Greg Satterlee 22 9) Matt Lux 111L 10) Mike Wonderling 18 11) Kyle Knapp 33K 12) Kenny Schaffer 13X 13) Gale Huey 11H 14) Bob Dorman 19 15) Paul Koa 36 16) Levi Sikora 57s) 17) Levi Spinneweber 18B 18) Johnny Lindenpitz 29L 19) Mike Peger Jr 1C 20) Jared Miley 10 21) Del Rougeux 28D 22) Jeremy Ohl 5J 23) Jerry Redden 5R 24) Rod Phillips 1S 25) Andrew Wylie 84 26) Steve Scaife Jr 7S. DNS: Brett Bingaman 13, Chris Hackett 33. Heat winners were Jared Miley, Michael Lake, Max Blair, and Mike Pegher Jr.
Third on the card were the Brooks Services Front Wheel Drive Four Cylinders. Rusty Garlock in the 64 and Joe Huber in the 8H made up the front row for their 15 lap feature event. Huber would jump out to the lead as Garlock and the 33M of Curtis Mohney secured the second and third spots. The caution flag would then come out for the 69er of Michael Phillipson who slowed in turn one. On the restart, Jeff Huber in the 42 moved into fourth as Chad Greeley in the 27 moved into fifth. After three attempts to get another green lap in, the fourth restart seen green laps before the leader, Joe Huber, slowed in turn one. On the next restart, Jeff Huber in the 42 takes over the lead as Bill Tennant in the 2 moved in to second over Brooks Kaufman in the 25B. At the checkers, it was Jeff Huber picking up another feature event win at Thunder Mountain. Huber was followed by 2) Bill Tennant 2 3) Brooks Kaufman 25B 4) Todd Davis 119 5) Greg Rockwell 81R 6) Tondra Brown 04 7) Cory Price 4P 8) Joe Huber 8H 9) Curtis Mohney 33M 10) Rusty Garlock 64 11) Anthony Sones 92A 12) Issac Irwin 77I 13) David Lowe 21 14) Chad Greeley 27 15) Casey Burch 55 16) Bill Eckenrode 19A 17) Christina Killinger 8K 18) Dustin Gibbons 727R 19) Jesse Armstrong 20A 20) Austin Fedder 777 21) Phil Bubeck 2L 22) Ashton Daughenbaugh 44D 23) Michael Phillipson 69er 24) Tanner Ogden 10T. DNS: Rob Williams 9MM, Greg Kiehl 13. Heat winners were Jeff Huber, Curtis Mohney, and Casey Burch.
Fourth for the night were the Kinectic By Windstream Semi Late Models. Jon Lee in the 2T and Caleb Whiteford in the 1W made up the front row for their 20 lap feature event. Lee would jump out to the early lead as Whiteford and Gabe Shaffer in the 28S ran second and third. Nick Erskine in the 5X and Doug Surra in the 3AA battled for a number laps for the fourth spot before Erskine secured the spot. Two laps later, Gabe Shaffer moved into second over Whiteford as Erskine moved into third before the caution came out for Kevin Geist sitting in turn two. Under this yellow, Shaffer in the 28S would pull into the infield with fuel problems. On the restart, Erskine would take away the lead from Lee as Surra pressured Lee for second. Erskine would stretch out his lead as Surra moved into second over Lee. Erskine and Surra would battle for a couple of laps before Erskine again stretched out his lead. At the line, it was Nick Erskine who went on to pick up the feature event win. Erskine was followed by 2) Doug Surra 3AA 3) Jon Lee 2T 4) Caleb Whiteford 1W 5) Bernie Whiteford Jr 33JR 6) Kevin Dickson 9 7) Vern Ward 67 8) Scott Umbaugh 36 9) Jim Decker 79D 10) Nick Fulmer 2F 11) Paul Ivory 00 12) Cheyenne Reed 12JR 13) Jim Challingsworth 44 14) Kyle Smith Jr 42 15) Corey Jones 156 16) Jack Sarnousky 16 17) Austin Getch 71A 18) Andy Komlosky Jr 74 19) George Bailey 49 20) Joe Becker 39B 21) Fuzzy Fields 28 22) Bob McMillen 50 23) Kevin Geist 135 24) Gabe Shaffer 28S. DNS: Nate Smith 13, Rick Strong 17R. Heat winners were Kevin Dickson, Gabe Shaffer, Bernie Whiteford Jr, and Nick Erskine.
Last for the evening were the Watt Logging Pure Stocks. Tim Steis in the 34 and Dalton Gustafson in the 4G made up the front row for their 15 lap feature event. At the green, Steis jumped out to the early lead as Gustafson  and Bryce Swauger in the 28 ran in the second and third spots. Steis and Gustafson would battle for a number of laps for the lead as Andy Frey in the 55X and Greg Blystone in the 6-29 battled for fifth.  Steis would hold on to the lead before the caution flew for a pile up in turn two involving Frey, Bill Mumau, and Greg Blystone. On the restart, Steis, Gustafson, and Swauger go three wide for the lead before the 6-29 of Blystone spins in turn four. On the next restart, Gustafson takes over the lead from Steis as Makinna Pearce in the 01P and Bill Mumau in the 871 secured the fourth and fifth spots. At the end, it was Dalton Gustafson who went on to win the pure stock feature event. Gustafson was followed by 2) Bruce Swauger 28 3) Tim Steis 34 4) Makinna Pearce 01P 5) Bill Mumau 871 6) Shawn Lindemuth 54 7) Andy Frey 55X 8) Greg Blystone 6-29 9) Jenna Pfaff 33 10) Casey Wolfe 6/2P 11) Wayne Garvey 72G 12) Tyler Blystone 79. DNS: Justin Watt 00. Heat winners were Dalton Gustafson and Tim Steis.
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7/11/20 –

With the rainout last night, tickets/wristbands will be able to be used for the makeup Gradys Decision Night Friday July 17th or the BRP Big Block Night on July 24th.

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6/22/20 –

Just a reminder we will not be racing this Friday, June 26th (Firecracker at Lernerville) and Friday, July 3rd. Please join us again Friday, July 10th for Gradys Decision Night $3000 to win Super Lates plus Semi Lates, Pure Stocks, FWDs and Super6 Lates.

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6/12/2020 –

We are canceled for this evening June 19th due to heavy rain that just passed through. We will not be racing on June 26th (Firecracker at Lernerville) and July 3rd. Please join us again Friday, July 10th for Gradys Decision Night $3000 to win Super Lates plus Semi Lates, Pure Stocks, FWDs and Super6 Lates.

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6/8/2020 –

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6/3/2020 –

Thank you for bearing with us while we have been installing additional grandstands and dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. We know everyone has been eager to get back to racing!

We plan on opening Friday, June 12 with ULMS $3000 to Win Super Late Models along with Semi-Lates, Pure Stocks, and FWDs. It will also be Elk County Humane Society Night. They will have some raffles to benefit the shelter. The rest of our 2020 schedule will be tweaked and will be posted in the upcoming days.

Everyone in attendance starting on June 12th will be required to sign a waiver before entering the track acknowledging the risks involved in attending a large event during the COVID-19 pandemic. The waiver is available on our website ( https://thundermountainspeedwaypa.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/release-form.pdf) and fans are encouraged to bring a signed copy of the waiver with them to limit contact with our employees upon arrival. Every fan in attendance will receive a token on a key chain to bring along to future races verifying that they have filled out the COVID-19 waiver. We will have tables set up by the grandstand entrance if you did not bring a form, and you can fill one out at the track. This will slow up the process at the gate, so once again we encourage everyone to print one out at home.

We are encouraging all fans to bring exact change with them to limit contact at the ticket booths. Ticket prices for June 12th will be $20 for General Admission, $18 for Seniors, $10 for Students (7 to 17 years old), under 6 years old are Free. Family Pack (2 Adults and up to 4 Students) $55. Pit Passes are $30. Pits open at 5pm. Grandstands open at 530pm. Racing at 730pm.

We are taking every precautionary measure to ensure a safe environment for fans, participates and our employees. If you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 and/or are not feeling well, we ask that you please stay home and not attend. We encourage all fans to wear a mask, social distance, and follow CDC guidelines.

We will be having a limited menu at the concession stands. We need to keep a safe distance between patrons per our insurance, so please follow this as best as you can. Also, we are unable to get some of our normal food due to food shortages with Sysco and other food suppliers, so please bear with us over the next few races with substitutions until we can get our normal orders.

Lastly, we installed new grandstands. We will have a large area fenced off near them. Please do not go beyond the fencing. Over the next few weeks we will have this completed and you can move around that area more freely.

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4/1/2020 –

As of now our season will be postponed to stay in compliance with the state guidelines surrounding Covid-19. We will continue to follow the current Covid-19 mandates and make any changes as necessary to our schedule.
We are anxious to get the season started just like you are but your safety comes first! Everyone stay safe and please follow the state and federal guidelines. Please follow us for updates on the season by following our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and website

In the mean time we will be doing Zoom interviews with a variety of drivers over the upcoming weeks to keep the racing spirit alive. We would like to thank them for being good sports in agreeing to do this technology and thanks to John McConnell for being the moderator!!
This week we would like to thank Gale Huey, Matt Lux, Doug Drown and Alex Ferree for joining us at the virtual Drivers Round Table tomorrow evening. We will post the interviews on Facebook once they are completed.
Confirmed guests for future episodes are Charlie Powell, Chris Hackett, Del Rouguex, Boom Briggs, Chub Frank, Paul Kot, Doug Surra, Rich Wicker, Jim Challingsworth, Gabe Shaffer, Gary Little, Todd English, Levi Spinneweber, Greg Beach, Curtis Stivason, Bill Mumau, Skip Lindemuth and Nick Fulmer.


1/5/2020 –

Reserved Parking for the 2020 Season is now available.

The price to reserve a spot is $100 for the year except for ThunderFest (Sept. 25/26). There will be no reserved parking for those days.

All information for reserving and payment is on our website under Documents. You may also contact us ONLY by messaging our Facebook page or by email (rmmotorsportsllc@yahoo.com) to reserve. Please do not text or call.


12/30/19 –

Can’t wait til May for the new race season to start? Come on out Saturday, February 15, 2020 for ThunderFreeze 100! It will be an Enduro race starting at 1pm. Pits will open at 11am, Grandstands at 11:30am. All concession proceeds will benefit Grady’s Decision!
Payout:
1. $1000
2. $500
3. $400
4. $300
5. $200

Grandstand Admission is $8 and Pit Admission will be $25

Enduro Registration Fee: $50 early entry fee until January 31st, $75 after the 31st. Event Limited to 100 cars

Rules and Registration form can be found under Documents 


12/6/19 –

Since the cat is out of the bag…R&M Motorsports is pleased to announce on behalf of Greg Eckl and the Eckl Family that the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Super Late Models will be at Thunder Mountain Speedway on Saturday, Sept. 26th for the 16th Annual $10,000-to-Win Stephanie Eckl Memorial. Joining them that evening will be the Super6 Late Models and FWDs.

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11/27/19 –

For the 2020 season we will be running 4 regular classes plus the Super6 Late models twice a month. The regular divisions will be: Super Lates, Semi Lates, Pure Stocks and FWDs. The street stocks are being dropped as a division due to car counts the past couple years.

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10/22/19 –

Our Awards Banquet will be held on Saturday, February 22, 2020 @ 5pm at the Punxsutawney Country Club (408 N. Main St., Punxsutawney, PA 15767). Tickets will be $20/per person.

Track workers are free of charge (If you are a worker, please still let us know that you are coming by January 17th)

Please mail the form that is provided on our website along with payment by January 17, 2020. Tickets will be mailed out once payment is received.

Per the same as last year, the top 10 in points need to be on hand at the banquet for any awards they are being presented. Thanks!