); ga('require', 'displayfeatures'); ga('require', 'linkid'); ga('set', 'anonymizeIp', true); ga('send', 'pageview');

Latest News

Home » Oval Track News Blog » Early Entries Arriving 3rd annual Motor Mountain Masters event

Early Entries Arriving 3rd annual Motor Mountain Masters event

Jennerstown Speedway

Jennerstown Speedway

Early Entries Arriving 3rd annual Motor Mountain Masters event

Jennerstown Speedway

Driver registration forms have begun to arrive for the 3rd annual Motor Mountain Masters event. The August 8th 2020 150 lap pro late model event has caught the eyes of drivers from across the country.

The 2019 event hosted 38 late models from 12 different states and gained national attention after the FREE live streaming on Pit Row TV which was viewed by over 30,000 fans across the world in just the first month from the event. The show was later produced by Speed Sport and aired on the MAV TV network.

Registrations which opened on December 19th 2019 has already caught the attention of several drivers who competed in the 2019 event as well as new drivers. An incentive for early registration for the 2020 crown jewel event will allow drivers to select their McCreary racing tires in the order in which entry forms are received. As of January 4th 2020 seven paid entries have been received. Local drivers and former speedway champions Barry Awtey and Garry Wiltrout have both submitted entries for the 2020 event.

The youngest of the speedways late model drivers, Brandon Marhefaka as also registered early. Brandon who is entering his 3rd year of late model competition has shown great improvements and was able to race his way into the 2019 event. Marherka and his family owned and operated team recently purchased a new Port City Racecar that they hope to dial in in the early stages of the 2020 season.

Columbus, Ohio driver Bob Grubaugh has entered to make his second attempt at the $10,000 to win purse as well Candia, New Hampshire’s Jimmy Renfrew Jr. Renfrew who is a regular in the Granite State Pro Stock Series finished 9th in his first ever Jennerstown appearance. Also a competitor with the GSPSS, Dave Farrington will have the long haul from from Jay, Maine to try to climb the Jennerstown Mountain for his piece of the over $40,000 purse.

Another new addition to the 2020 entry list is Indiana driver Billy Van Meter. Billy’s father Eddie Van Meter was registered to race in the 2019 event, however his work obligations prevented him from competing. With the news of early entries beginning to arrive, other drivers such a Josh Brock and Corey Casagrande have committed to sending their entries asap. With the event still 8 months away the speedway is expecting a record car count in 2020. Stay tuned to Jennerstown.org for entry updates.