Friday night PASS will be at Williams Grove for the first of six races in the Beer Hill Cup series. This race is a standard purse and points accrue for PASS/IMCA local regional and national points as usual. The beer Hill Cup is calculated using the same values. Beer Hill Cup shirts will be available beginning this weekend and proceeds go toward the Beer Hill Cup fund for the overall title.
Saturday we move to Susquehanna Speedway. For the Bald hill Shoot Out honoring Jim Strausbaugh. Jim Strausbaugh was a longtime staple around the Central Pennsylvania sprint car world.The noted mechanic and car owner passed away late last year and his memory will live on thanks to Susquehanna Speedway.
Not only will event feature a larger purse posted for the feature, two drivers that finish inside the top ten in the feature will have a chance to go home with an extra $500 each, courtesy of Wintermyer's Auto Salvage. The winner of the feature event will draw two random positions and those drivers will each receive the bonus money. So there is even extra incentive for drivers to put their race car inside the top ten in this big event!
The race will also serve as an extra paying event for the Freedmont(R) Mortgage Lending PASS/IMCA 305 Sprint cars at the York Haven oval as drivers will go after a $1,000 to win top prize with $300 going to just start the feature event.
"The PASS/IMCA series has been a great cornerstone of Susquehanna Speedway the last couple years and we wanted to put together a big race for these guys to shoot for," stated track General Manager Kolten Gouse. Purse for the event is $1000 to win, 2.$500, 3. $400, 4. $350, 5. $325, 6.$325, 7-24. $300