By Frank Buhrman
BLOOMSBURG, Pa. (May 19, 2022) – The River Valley Builders Pennsylvania Sprint Series gets an early start to the weekend with a rare midweek show at Bloomsburg Fair Speedway, then move to its most-often-visited 2022 track, Selinsgrove Speedway, for more action on Saturday night.
Tonight’s (Thursday’s) race will be the second for PASS at the beautiful Bloomsburg track, built last year inside the horse-racing facility that also held auto races through the years. The IMCA RaceSaver cars visited last season for an event co-sanctioned by three regional RaceSaver series and Zack Bealer of the Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series regular Zack Bealer took home the win.
PASS is scheduled to appear at Bloomsburg again this year on July 13.
Pit gates will open at 4 p.m., with grandstands opening at 5 p.m. and racing scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
Saturday’s race will be the second this year for PASS at Selinsgrove; the last time the series was scheduled to race, rain had other ideas.
Hometown driver Ken Duke won the year’s first series stop at Selinsgrove; two-time defending PASS champion Garrett Bard has won seven of the previous 15 PASS events on the big Snyder County oval.
Racing at Selinsgrove is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
A&A Auto Stores is sponsoring the Family Night program, which features free general admission for students.
Memorial Day Weekend will bring a tripleheader for PASS fans, with the River Valley Builders RaceSavers running a special Thursday night program at Selinsgrove, plus a Friday race at Clinton County Speedway, co-sponsored with the Laurel Highlands Sprint Series, and Saturday night racing at Port Royal Speedway.
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