Schedule Change for Dog Hollow Has Super Lates Racing for $3000 Paycheck on Saturday, May 21

STRONGSTOWN, PA (May 12, 2022) – Dog Hollow Speedway and Marion Center Speedway are switching nights for one week. Marion Center will host the Connor Bobik Memorial for the World of Outlaw Late Models on Friday, May 20 and Dog Hollow will host the Subway of Clearfield Super Late Models with the track paying $2500 and Kittey’s Cookies and Pizzelles adding an additional $500 for the winner, making it a $3000 paycheck. Drivers will receive $250 to start in Saturday night’s race.

On the same night, we are proud to host the Inaugural Shirley Southern Memorial for the Texas Auto Ranch 4-Cylinders. The race was originally scheduled to pay $500 to the winner but the family has pitched in and it will now pay the winner $700 to win for some lucky 4-Cylinder driver. Shirley has been a fixture at Dog Hollow since it opened. Her son Mike Phillipson has competed, and won, in the 4-Cylinder Class along with two of her grandsons, Dylan and Cody Young.

The RUSH Sprint Cars and the Schaeffer’s RUSH Stock Cars/Pure Stocks will also be in competition.

Teams are welcome to come over after Friday’s race, park in the pits, and camp overnight at Dog Hollow.

Any fan who shows their ticket stub from Friday’s show at Marion Center will get $2 off grandstand admission only at Dog Hollow.

Saturday’s show will see the pit gates open at 4:00 PM, Grandstands at 6:00 PM with Racing at 7:30 PM.