Upcoming Events

  May 30th All Star Sprints $5,000 to Win Presented by Whites Ford

* Rush LateModels
*Super Stocks

General Admission: $22, Children 12 & Under FREE: , Pit Pass: $35 , Children Pit 6-14: $25

Gates Open: :3pm,  Hot laps:6PM; Racing: 7PM

 Wednesday June 3rd - OPEN PRACTICE - $10 per person - 5:00pm too no later than Dark

  _June 6th - Tractor Pull - $15 General Admission


Gates Open at 3pm;  pm; Racing at 7pm

General Admission: $15 GA Ages  , Pit Pass: $25

JUNE 6th - Full Pull Productions - Tractor Pulls

Adult admission will be $15, seniors (60+) will be $13, and students (9-15) will be $7. Children (8 and under) will be free. The Pit Passes will be $25

We now accept credit card with a 3% Fee

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We would like to thank all the drivers and fans for the support on May 9th.  For all the drivers that did come and run hot laps and heats we will be giving you 15 show up points.


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Attention Fans: Small coolers are allowed but NO glass bottles or NO Alcholic Beverages to be carried in, NO Blankets or Plastic on the bleachers until after the gates open

• Track Record: RUSS KING holds the track record for Late Models at WCS with a lap of 16.737 - Andrew Palker Hold Track record for 410 Sprints at 14.298

RAIN CHECK POLICY - If a rainout is called for a race, you can use that ticket at face value for any event in 2015 (no cash back ) for another race.  Rain ticket may be used to purchase more than one ticket at a time.  They may be used to upgrade to a pit pass.  This must be done within 2015.  You can also mail tickets to the address below for a refund within 30 days from the date of the rained out event.  Any tickets mailed after that time will not be honored for a refund.  You must include a self addressed stamped envelope with contact phone number.   No cash refunds are given at ticket gates or office.  NO CASH BACK - Mail to Wayne County Speedway 209 Pine St. Creston OH 44217


May 23rd Results

Written by Mike Swanger.

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, May 23, 2015
By Mike Swanger
After two weeks of rain, Wayne County Speedway was back in action on McDonald’s night and Lowe’s Kid’s Project night with the action on the track highly entertaining. Mitch Harble and Jason Dolick brought the Fisher Performance Sprints to the green flag and Harble would jump out to a big lead early on as Wooster’s Brad Haudenschild would pull into second from his sixth starting spot on lap three with Danny Mumaw right on his tail. The field would be closed together following a lap 16 caution. The intensity of the race would skyrocket as on the restart, Haudenschild would do a slide job on Harble in turn two but Harble returned the favor in turn four. Two laps later, Haudenschild would make another slider on Harble in turn four and this put the Kempthorn Auto Mall, Fire and Ice Pub and J&J Auto Racing #38k in front for good for his second win of the season. Mumaw would pass Harble with four laps to go for second but tagged the wall in turn four on the last lap to give second back to Harble. Chris Myers finished fourth while 16th starting Shawn Hubler raced to fifth. Jim Morris and Harble topped the heats.
  The Lias Tire Super Late Models would take almost the same script as the Sprints did with Ryan Markham and Jim Nicely opening on the front row with Markham taking early control as with fourth starting Rick Bond and 6th starting Doug Drown moving in behind Markham on lap four. After a lap nine caution, Markham would be challenged by Drown for the lead as the two would go side by side for for five circuits before Drown and his Hall’s Auto Sales, Kar Connection and Wooster Glass #240 made the last pass going down the back stretch with 10 laps to go and post his second win of the season at WCS. Bond and JR Gentry dueled for third until two laps to go when Bond’s motor started smoking and he pulled off at that time. Brad Malcuit would claim fourth as 10th starting Dave Hornikel filled out the top five. Heat winners were Drown and Bond.
  Driving the Aamco Transmissions, Excalibur Body Shop and Baldwin Motorsports #7up, Randolph’s Larry Baldwin led all the way from his pole position to score his first win of the season in the Aamco Transmissions Super Stock feature. Tyler Thompson was running second for most of the race but with five laps to go, got loose in turn four that allowed both Nick Smith and Brandon Gardner to get by and they would finish second and third with Tyler Nicely finishing behind Thompson for fifth. Thompson and Baldwin notched the heat wins.
  Four drivers had their hands on the lead in the Harriger Towing Rush Late Model feature with Alan Dellinger setting the pace for the opening two laps before opening night feature winner, Dennis Lunger Jr., would lead the next four circuits. Using the high grove, heat winner Ryan Markham would power past Lunger Jr. for the lead on lap 7 and on the next lap, Lunger Jr. would bounce off the front wall and was rear ended by Dellinger. Lunger Jr. would go to the pits to have his car checked out and returned to the race as Dellinger’s car stayed on the track. On the restart, Millersburg’s Charlie Duncan was behind Markham and they would go side by side, back and forth for the top spot as Dellinger and Justin Chance battled for third. With four laps to go, Duncan powered past Markham for the lead and held him off on the last lap to put the Hall’s Auto Sales, Kar Connection and Nationwide Vehicle Protection #240 into victory lane for the second time this season. Tenth starting Chance would grab third as Lunger Jr.came back to finish fourth in front of heat winner Dellinger.
  The WQKT Mini Stocks had extra money to race for thanks to Direct Hydraulics and Wooster’s Doug Hensel went flag to flag to pick up the increased purse and pocket his second win of the year aboard the Finishline Autobody, Fast Lane Towing and B S Motorsports #18. He was hounded all race long by Brad Hensel, who was virtually riding Doug’s bumper all race long, Gary Hensel Jr. held off Michael Workman for third as Jeff Edwards rounded out the top five. Doug and Gary Hensel Jr. bested the heat races.
  For the second time this season, Billy Dawson of Lakeville led all the way in the Mini Wedge feature for the win. Driving the Harriger Towing, DJ Directional Services and AMS OIl # 7d, Dawson, the heat winner, was followed by Matthew Moore, Logan Duncan, Kolton and Konner Thomas.
  Jamey Johnson scored his first Flat Track Cart win at WCS as Colton Shaw, Scott Delaney, Chuck Conway and Steve Reed followed. Johnson and Justin Chance won the heat races.
  Just like every race night, drivers were also competing for extra prizes thanks to the Contingency Connection Awards. 
  Saturday, May 30 will see the UNOH All Star Sprints back for a $5,000 to win show with the Harriger Towing Rush Late Models and the Aamco Transmission Super Stock in action also.
Saturday, May 23, 2015
Heat  1   Jim Morris, Chris Myers, Danny Mumaw, Troy Kingan, Shawn Minor, Kris Davis, George Prosser, Pete Grove, Zach Morrow
Heat  2   Mitch Harble, Brad Haudenschild, Jason Dolick, Jamie Myers, Nick Patterson, Jordan Harble, Clay Riney, Shawn Hubler, Bob Lime
Feature  Brad Haudenschild, Mitch Harble, Danny Mumaw, Chris Myers, Shawn Hubler, Jordan Harble, Jamie Myers, Jim Morris, Troy Kingan, Nick Patterson, Jason Dolick, Clay Riney, Shawn Minor, George Prosser, Bob Lime, Pete Grove, Kris Davis, Zach Morrow
Heat  1   Doug Drown, JR Gentry, Brad Malcuit, Jason Hinton, Randy Davis, Levi Flesher, Andrew Myers, Ricky Holderbaum
Heat  2   Rick Bond, Ryan Markham, Jim Nicely, Ben Mott, Dave Hornikel, Doug Kenworthy, Jerry Aber
Feature  Doug Drown, Ryan Markham, JR Gentry, Brad Malcuit, Dave Hornikel, Jim Nicely, Ben Mott, Doug Kenworthy, Randy Davis, Rick Bond, Andrew Myers, Jason Hinton, Ricky Holderbaum, Levi Flesher, Jerry Aber dns
Heat  1   Tyler Thompson, Tyler Nicely, Nick Smith, Gary Hensel Jr., David Uhler, Paul Whitten, Roger Drouhard, Steve Ott, Chris Albright dns
Heat  2   Larry Baldwin, Brandon Gardner, Frank Oriti, Chase Alexander, Dennis Amstutz, Gary McGregor, Paul Kern, Cliff Staley dns
Feature  Larry Baldwin, Nick Smith, Brandon Gardner, Tyler Thompson, Tyler Nicely, Dennis Amstutz, Gary Hensel Jr., Roger Drouhard, David Uhler, Paul Whitten, Paul Kern, Chase Alexander, Frank Oriti, Steve Ott, Gary McGregor dns, Cliff Staley dns, Chris Albright dns
Heat  1   Ryan Markham, Jamie Wrightsman, Brandon Gardner, Josh Double, Hiram Bachmann, Joe Long
Heat  2   Alan Dellinger, Dennis Lunger Jr., Charlie Duncan, Paul Harriger, Justin Chance
Feature  Charlie Duncan, Ryan Markham, Justin Chance, Dennis Lunger Jr., Alan Dellinger, Josh Double, Jamie Wrightsman, Brandon Gardner, Joe Long, Hiram Bachmann, Paul Harriger
Heat  1   Doug Hensel, Adam Kern, Jeff Edwards, Wes Staley, Stephen Crowe, Rick Bays, Chris Shell
Heat  2   Gary Hensel Jr., Brad Hensel, Michael Workman, Jim Burns, Jess Hensel, Mitch Reichard, Mike Barr dns
Feature  Doug Hensel, Brad Hensel, Gary Hensel Jr., Michael Workman, Jeff Edwards, Stephen Crowe, Adam Kern, Wes Staley, Rick Bays, Jess Hensel, Jim Burns, Mitch Reichard, Chris Shell dns, Mike Barr dns
Heat  1   Billy Dawson, Logan Duncan, Kolton Thomas, Matthew Moore, Caitlin Johnson, Konnor Thomas, Jolene Voshel
Feature  Billy Dawson, Matthew Moore, Logan Duncan, Kolton Thomas, Konnor Thomas, Jolene Voshel, Caitlin Johnson
Heat  1   Jamie Johnson, Scott Delaney, #18, Chuck Conway, #45
Heat  2   Justin Chance, Colton Shaw, Brent Chance, Darrel Conkle, #25
Feature  Jamie Johnson, Colton Shaw, Scott Delaney, Chuck Conway, Steve Reed, Brent Chance

results 5-2-15

Written by Mike Swanger.

Orrville. Ohio
Saturday, May 2, 2015
By Mike Swanger
The first full night of racing is in the Wayne County Speedway books with some good close racing highlighting Pepsi night as Brad Haudenschild came from his 7th starting spot and swiped the lead away with six laps to go from pole sitter Danny Mumaw. Driving the Kempthorn Auto Mall, Fire & Ice Pub and J&J Auto Racing #38k, the defending track champion from Millersburg, lost his brakes on lap 11 but still was able to track down Mumaw and held off his last lap challenge for the win in  the Fisher Performance Sprint feature. A back and forth battle for third place all race long saw Chris Myers nip Jimmy Pooler for that position while Jimmy Colvin came from his 15th starting spot to claim fifth. Jason Dolick and Mitch Harble topped the heats with Harble’s win coming after he passed Beau Stewart and as they went down the backstretch on the final lap, Stewart hit the guardrail in turn three, climbed and hung on the fence, bending the fence toward the track and landed on all 4’s as he walked away from the incident.  
Defending track champ Ryan Markham popped into the lead at the drop of the green flag of the Lias Tire Late Model main with Brad Malcuit into second. Wooster’s Doug Drown would take that spot on the next circuit and then go wheel to wheel with Markham the next three laps before securing the lead on lap six and then pull away aboard the Hall’s Auto Sales, Kar Connection and Wooster Glass #240 for the victory. Markham finished second as JR Gentry grabbed third from Malcuit with Cody Scott filled out the top five. Heat wins went to Markham and Drown.
The best feature of the night went to the Aamco Transmission Super Stocks as Larry Baldwin, the defending track champ, grabbed the lead from the outside pole position from Wooster’s Nick Smith. Smith would stay within striking range of Baldwin and on the last two laps his car seemed to get loose in both corners and that allowed Smith to make a run and as they dragged raced out of turn four for the checkered flag, Smith’s Hillcrest Trucking, Fire & Ice Pub and The Butcher Block & Deli #11 was a quarter of a car length in front for the win. Tyler Thompson, Gary Hensel Jr. and Tyler Nicely rounded out the top five. Smith and Nicely pocketed the heat wins.
The new Harriger Towing Rush Crate Late Models took to the track for the second time this season with Justin Chance and Charlie Duncan starting on the front row and they would be side by side for the opening five laps before Duncan would take control and drive off to his first win of the season, celebrating his birthday aboard the Hall’s Auto Sales, Kar Connection and Nationwide Vehicle Protection #240. Ryan Markham would pass Chance on lap 16 to finish second as opening night and heat winner Dennis Lunger Jr. finished fourth in front of Brandon Gardner.
It took Wooster’s Doug Hensel one lap to go from his 5th starting spot to the lead to post his first WQKT Mini Stock win of the year driving the Finishline Auto Body, Fast Lane Towing and B S Motorsports #18. Greg Thompson and Brad Hensel went fender to fender for second with Thompson winning that spot. Jeff Edwards took fourth as fifth went to Stephen Crowe. Heat winners were Gary Hensel Jr. and Thompson.
Lakeville’s Billy Dawson led all the way of the Mini Wedge feature to put the DJ Directional Services, Miller Racing and AMS Oil #7d into victory lane. Jolene Voshel, Konner Thomas, Logan Duncan and Caitlyn Johnson followed, Matthew Moore won the heat race.
Scott Delaney was the feature winner of the Flat Track Carts
The Super Late Models will be the feature attraction next week as the Attica Raceway Park/Wayne County Speedway Challenge Series begins. All the class’ except the Crate Late Models, who may run in the Challenge Series, will also be in action. For more information about the track, go to www.waynecountyspeedway.com
Saturday, May 2, 2015
Heat  1   Jason Dolick, Chris Myers, Jamie Myers, Jimmy Pooler, Shawn Hubler, Nick Patterson, Troy Kingan, Jimmy Colvin, Clay Riney, Kirk Jeffries
Heat  2   Mitch Harble, Brad Haudenschild, Danny Mumaw, Joe Armbruster, Tyler Street, Bob Lime, Michael Fischesser, George Prosser, Beau Stewart
Feature  Brad Haudenschild, Danny Mumaw, Chris Myers, Jimmy Pooler, Jimmy Colvin, Shawn Hubler, Nick Patterson, Jamie Myers, Joe Armbruster, Kirk Jeffries, Michael Fischesser, Jason Dolick, Bob Lime, Clay Riney, Tyler Street, Troy Kingan, George Prosser, Mitch Harble dns, Beau Stewart dns
Heat  1   Ryan Markham, Jim Nicely, Cody Scott, Rick Armstrong, Jerry Aber, Doug Kenworthy
Heat  2   Doug Drown, Brad Malcuit, JR Gentry, Blaine Aber, Allan Baker
Feature  Doug Drown, Ryan Markham, JR Gentry, Brad Malcuit, Cody Scott, Allan Baker, Rick Armstrong, Blaine Aber, Jim Nicely, Jerry Aber, Doug Kenworthy
Heat  1   Tyler Nicely, Gary Hensel Jr., Tyler Thompson, Frank Oriti, Brandon Gardner, Gary McGregor, Chris Albright dns, David Uhler dns
Heat  2   Nick Smith, Larry Baldwin, Paul McVicker, Cliff Staley, Dennis Amstutz, Steve Ott, #00, Paul Whitten dns
Feature  Nick Smith, Larry Baldwin, Tyler Thompson, Gary Hensel Jr., Tyler Nicely, Brandon Gardner, Cliff Staley, Gary McGregor, Dennis Amstutz, Steve Ott, #00, Frank Oriti, Paul McVicker, Chris Albright dns, David Uhler dns, Paul Whitten dns
Heat  1   Dennis Lunger Jr., Charlie Duncan, Ryan Markham, Justin Chance, Hiram Bachmann, Brandon Gardner, Jamie Wrightsman, Paul Harriger
Feature  Charlie Duncan, Ryan Markham, Justin Chance, Dennis Lunger Jr., Brandon Gardner, Hiram Bachmann, Jamie Wrightsman, Paul Harriger
Heat  1   Gary Hensel Jr, Doug Hensel, Stephen Crowe, Rick Bays, Joshua Wilfong, Mike Barr, Wes Staley dns, Jordan James dns
Heat  2   Greg Thompson, Brad Hensel, Jeff Edwards, Adam Kern, Brian Tomblin, Mitch Reichard dns
Feature  Doug Hensel, Greg Thompson, Brad Hensel, Jeff Edwards, Stephen Crowe, Rick Bays, Adam Kern, Brian Tomblin, Joshua Wilfong, Gary Hensel Jr., Mike Barr, Wes Staley dns, Jordan James dns, Mitch Reichard dns
Heat  1   Matthew Moore, Jolene Voshel, Caitlin Johnson, Billy Dawson, Konnor Thomas, Kolton Thomas dns, Logan Duncan dns
Feature  Billy Dawson, Jolene Voshel, Konnor Thomas, Logan Duncan, Caitlin Johnson, Kolton Thomas, Matthew Moore dns
Heat  1   Cory Mills
Heat  2   Colton Shaw
Feature  Scott Delaney, Johnson , Reed

2015 Season Ready to Kick off

Written by Mike Swanger.

Orrville ,Ohio
Sunday, April 12, 2015
By Mike Swanger
UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Tour and the brand new class of Harriger Towing Rush Crate Late Models will start the 50th season of racing at Wayne County Speedway this Saturday, April 18th. Gates will open at 3 pm with Hot laps at 6 pm and racing starts at 7 pm.
Opening night winner for the All Stars, Ryan Smith will lead expected drivers Dave Blaney, the defending series champion, Tim Shaffer, Greg Wilson, Danny Holtgraver, Danny Smith and two time WCS Champion, Chad Kemenah to name just a few of the All Star regulars . Another two time WCS champion and second place finisher on opening night for the All Stars will be track record holder Andrew Palker. Dean and Lee Jacobs along with Jac and Sheldon Haudenschild are home track favorites as Lee and Sheldon posted wins last season at the Orrville speedplant while Dean and Jac used the track to learn their driving skills  All four of them will spend most of their season on the All Star Circuit which has four stops scheduled at WCS. Then you add in last years WCS track champ, Brad Haudenschild along with the weekly drivers of Danny Mumaw, Nick Patterson, Mitch and Jordan Harble and Troy Kingan, all who have already raced or practiced this season, it should be interesting night of racing for the All Stars at Wayne County Speedway.
The Harriger Towing Rush Crate Late Models will make their debut on Saturday Night with a big local favor of drivers committing to the new class. Defending Super Late Model champ Ryan Markham along with Charlie Duncan, Brandon Gardner, Justin Chance, who was running a crate motor the last part of last season, Hiriam Bachman and Paul Harriger all are ready to go for opening night. Throw in Jeremy Wrightsman from Cortland, Ohio and a group of Northeast Ohio and Western PA drivers who were at meetings during the off season saying they will be racing this season at WCS. Not only will they be racing for points at WCS but will compete for the Rush Sweeney Chevrolet Weekly Series that will have the drivers taking their best 15 finishes for the season, 2 per weekend from March to September that will pay the winner $5,000. The Rush Sweeney Chevrolet Touring Series will invade WCS on Monday, June 22 ( Sprint Speedweek), Saturday, July 4th and Sunday, September 6th. For more info on the Crate Late Models, go to www.rushlatemodels.com
Regular race action for the Fisher Performance Sprints, the Lias Tire Super Late Models, the Aamco Transmission Super Stocks, the Harriger Towing Crate Late Models, the WQKT Mini Stocks, the Mini Wedges and the Flat Track Carts will begin on Saturday, April 25th. For the latest news about the track, go to www.waynecountyspeedway.com           

April 18th 2015

Written by Brian.

(Saturday, April 18, 2015) – Just a week ago Parker Price Miller, 16, would record his first ever 410 sprint win. The 16-year-old would make it two in a row and ...would claim his first ever University of Northwestern Ohio All Star Circuit of Champions victory at the Wayne County Speedway Saturday, April 18th.The UNOH All Stars have held two point races to open this season and both have been claimed by drivers recording their first ever series wins. Ryan Smith claimed his first All Star win earlier in the month at Attica Raceway Park and now Price Miller scores his first at Wayne County.It wasn’t easy for Price Miller who is a junior at Kokomo (Indiana) High School. He had to hold off a charging Rob Chaney who grew up racing at Wayne County Speedway, as the pair battled through lapped traffic.“I can’t believe we won. This is unbelievable. When we got the win last week at Fremont against that tough group I would have never imagined following it up with an All Star win,” said Price Miller beside his PPM Titanium/Indy Race Parts/Triple X Racing backed ‪#‎9P‬.And to make it even more of a challenge, the team lost an engine the previous night competing at Attica Raceway Park.“Things just fell right for us tonight. I started third in the dash and was just hoping for a top four and ended up in the lead on the first lap. On the start of the feature Palker (Andrew) slid me in one and two and I gathered it back up and got him back in three and four. The track was tricky and I decided to try and stay around the bottom. Then we got into lapped traffic and with two laps to go here comes Rob Chaney. I had to settle down and just hit my marks. I can’t thank Rick Ferkel enough for all he’s done and all he has taught me,” added Price Miller.For Chaney, a second place run continues a solid start to the 2015 season.“We gained a lot of momentum at the end of last year. And rather than try to build new cars and go that direction we decided to keep the momentum we had and carry it to the start of this year and it’s working,” said Chaney of his Stan Cortad Racing/Jon Wright’s Custom Chrome Plating backed machine.“This kid (Price Miller) has a lot of talent. I got a run on him down the front stretch with a couple of laps to go and I could have tried to slide him but we probably would have both ended up crashing. I left him a little lane and hoped he would make a mistake and he took it and didn’t bobble. I’m amazed at how he handled lapped traffic,” added Chaney.Andrew Palker, a two time Wayne County Speedway champion, would bring his Seneca Energy/King Inspections/Kistler Engines/Kistler Racing Products backed ‪#‎57x‬ home inthird. Coupled with his second place run at the All Star event at Attica, the Lodi, Ohio driver leads the All Star points.“My dad is fully retired and I have to pay all the bills on this deal now. Without my sponsors it would be impossible. We are building consistency and that will lead to wins,” said Palker.“That kid (Price Miller) is going to be something. He has pure talent. After I slid him at the green, he kept his head and drove back by. I kept waiting for him to make a mistake in traffic and he didn’t. I realized I only had a second or third place car. I must be getting older and wiser. In my early years I probably would have tore up the car trying to get by him. I took what I could get and I’m leading the points,” added Palker.The UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car Series is the original winged sprint car tour. Follow the All Stars during their 50 plus race season on Twitter.com/@ASCoC>, www.facebook.com/AllStarCircuitofChampions and www.Instagram.com/AllStarSprints using the hashtag ‪#‎TheNewAllStars‬. Check out the schedule and more at www.allstarsprint.comIt was the first ever Harriger Towing Rush Crate Late Model event at Wayne County Speedway with a veteran Crate driver showing the way to victory lane. Dennis Lunger Jr. of Albion, Pa won the track championship at Sharon Speedway last season and he would open the Crate Late Model era at the Orrville speedplant by leading every lap of the 20 lap feature. Starting on the outside front row aboard the Schwartz Construction, State Farm and Edward Jones ‪#‎71L‬, Lunger Jr. beat Charlie Duncan into turn one at the start and open up a half straightaway lead at the halfway mark. Duncan would hold off several challenges by Justin Chance with Ryan Markham close behind those two. With six circuits to go, Duncan would pull away from Chance and close the gap on Lunger Jr. but not enough to challenge for the win. Joe Long filled out the top five as heat wins went to Lunger Jr. and Markham.Wayne County Speedway 04-18-2015 UNOH All Star Circuit of Champion SprintsQualifying1.89-Cody Darrah, 14.370; 2.10H-Chad Kemenah, 14.383; 3.9P-Parker Price-Miller, 14.516; 4.9x-Rob Chaney, 14.576; 5.11N-Randy Hannagan, 14.576; 6.57X-Andrew Palker, 14.634; 7.49-Cole Duncan, 14.638; 8.21-DJ Foos, 14.681; 9.81-Lee Jacobs, 14.698; 10.5T-Travis Philo, 14.707; 11.45-Tim Shaffer, 14.716; 12.59-Danny Holtgraver, 14.742;13.19P-Paige Polyak, 14.821; 14.W20-Greg Wilson, 14.824; 15.93-Sheldon Haudenschild, 14.863; 16.5H-Jordan Harble, 14.864; 17.40-Caleb Helms, 14.923; 18.94-Ryan Smith, 14.943; 19.23-Nick Patterson, 14.958;20.9-Jac Haudenschild, 14.998; 21.15H-Mitch Harble, 15.070; 22.4-Danny Smith, 15.083; 23.D12-Jason Dolick, 15.108; 24.11-Shawn Hubler,15.122; 25.38K-Brad Haudenschild, 15.131; 26.16-Danny Mumaw, 15.303; 27.787-Jimmy Pooler, 15.334; 28.91x-Aaron Middaugh, 15.583; 29.7-Troy Kingan, 15.771; 30.50-Bob Lime, 16.039; 31.1-Dale Blaney, 99.990;Hunt Brothers Pizza Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps, top 6 to A, top 2 to dash) 1. 45-Tim Shaffer[2] ; 2. 10H-Chad Kemenah[4] ; 3. 40-Caleb Helms[5] ; 4. 4-Danny Smith[8] ; 5. 15H-Mitch Harble[7] ; 6. D12-Jason Dolick[9]; 7. 23-Nick Patterson[6] ; 8. 91x-Aaron Middaugh[10] ; 9. 7-Troy Kingan[11] ; 10. 5H-Jordan Harble[1]Racing Electronics Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps, top 6 to A, top 2 to dash) 1. 9x-Rob Chaney[4] ; 2. 59-Danny Holtgraver[1] ; 3. 57X-Andrew Palker[3] ; 4. 9-Jac Haudenschild[6] ; 5. 93-Sheldon Haudenschild[5] ; 6. 1-Dale Blaney[10] ; 7. 787-Jimmy Pooler[8] ; 8. 11-Shawn Hubler[7] ; 9. 50-Bob Lime[9] ; 10. 5T-Travis Philo[2]Hunt Brothers Pizza Heat 3, Group C - (8 Laps, top 6 to A, top 2 to dash) 1. 49-Cole Duncan[1] ; 2. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[3] ; 3. 81-LeeJacobs[5] ; 4. 89-Cody Darrah[4] ; 5. 94-Ryan Smith[8] ; 6. 19P-Paige Polyak[6] ; 7. 38K-Brad Haudenschild[9] ; 8. 11N-Randy Hannagan[2] ; 9. W20-Greg Wilson[7] ; 10. 16-Danny Mumaw[10]Dash 1 - (6 Laps, determines A-main line-up)1. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[3] ; 2. 57X-Andrew Palker[5] ; 3. 59-Danny Holtgraver[2] ; 4. 9x-Rob Chaney[8] ; 5. 49-Cole Duncan[1] ; 6. 45-Tim Shaffer[4] ; 7. 10H-Chad Kemenah[6] ; 8. 89-Cody Darrah[7]B-Main1- (12Laps,top6toA)1. 38K-Brad Haudenschild[7] ; 2. 11N-Randy Hannagan[1] ; 3. W20-Greg Wilson[3] ; 4. 16-Danny Mumaw[8] ; 5. 11-Shawn Hubler[6] ; 6. 23-Nick Patterson[5] ; 7. 91x-Aaron Middaugh[10] ; 8. 787-Jimmy Pooler[9] ; 9. 7-Troy Kingan[11] ; 10. 50-Bob Lime[12] ; 11. 5H-Jordan Harble[4]UNOH A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)1. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[1] ; 2. 9x-Rob Chaney[4] ; 3. 57X-Andrew Palker[2] ; 4. 59-Danny Holtgraver[3] ; 5. 10H-Chad Kemenah[7] ; 6. 45-Tim Shaffer[6] ; 7. 81-Lee Jacobs[10] ; 8. 49-Cole Duncan[5] ; 9. 89-Cody Darrah[8] ; 10. 1-Dale Blaney[17] ; 11. 93-Sheldon Haudenschild[14] ; 12. 4-Danny Smith[11] ; 13. 16-Danny Mumaw[22] ; 14. 40-Caleb Helms[9] ; 15. 38K-Brad Haudenschild[19] ; 16. 15H-Mitch Harble[13] ; 17. 94-Ryan Smith[15] ; 18. W20-Greg Wilson[21] ; 19. 19P-Paige Polyak[18] ; 20. 11N-Randy Hannagan[20] ; 21. D12-Jason Dolick[16] ; 22. 9-Jac Haudenschild[12] ; 23. 11-Shawn Hubler[23] ;24. 23-Nick Patterson[24]HARRIGER TOWING RUSH CRATE LATE MODELSHeat 1 Dennis Lunger Jr., Bob Pifer, Jamie Wrightsman, Paul Harriger, Hiram Bachman, Larry Bellman, Scott SmithHeat 2 Ryan Markham, Justin Chance, Charlie Duncan, Joe Long, Chuck Kimble, Jordan Peters Feature Dennis Lunger Jr., Charlie Duncan, Justin Chance, Ryan Markham, Joe Long, Jordan Peters, Hiram Bachmann, Jamie Wrightsman, Paul Harriger, Larry Bellman, Chuck Kimble, Bob Pifer, Scott Smith

2015 schedule release

Written by Mike Swanger.

By Mike Swanger
  Promoters Jason and Kristin Flory have been burning the midnight oil putting together the 50th full season of racing schedule for Wayne County Speedway that will include some familiar looks and some new faces to the schedule. First will be two Saturday’s of Test and Tune this season as April 4th and 11th will be practice sessions for all class’ of cars with the track being open from 11 am until 4 pm both Saturday’s. The season will get off to a big start on Saturday, April 18th with the ‘New” UNOH All Star Sprints, that is now owned by NASCAR’S Tony Stewart, with a $5,000 to win feature. Also on the racing card for the evening will be the new class of Rush Crate Late Models and the Super Stocks. The next two Saturday’s, April 25th and May 2nd, will be regular shows and those will have the 410 Sprints, Super Late Models, Crate Late Models, Super Stocks, Mini Stocks, Flat Track Go Carts and Mini Wedges. Returning for the second season, the Attica Raceway Park/ Wayne County Speedway Super Late Model Challenge will return on Saturday, May 9th for the 1st of four races at WCS. The Crate Late Models will be allowed to run in this series with bonus money up for the highest finishing Crate Late Models. All other regular class’ will be in action also. It will be a Sprint Car Spectacular on Saturday May 16th with the regular 410 Sprints and the BOSS Wingless Sprints making the first of two appearances at WCS in 2015. The Crate Late Models and the Super Stocks will be racing also. Mini Stocks will take the spotlight on May 23rd with an increase in their purse as all regular class’ take to the 3/8 mile oval. The UNOH All Star Sprints along with the Crate Late Models and Super Stocks are on tap for Saturday, May 30th. The month of June will start with the 1st ever WCS USA East Championship Pulling Series that will include the Big Rigs Modified Semi Trucks along with the Tractor and Trucks as the oval track takes the night off on the 6th. Another 1st will take place on June 13th as the 1st Buckeye Late Model Speedweek rolls into WCS for the Don Gross Memorial with $4,000 going to the winner with the Super Stocks and Mini Stocks also performing. No racing on Saturday, June 20th  as the track gets ready for the UNOH All Stars Sprints to come in on Monday, June 22nd for the Annual Speedweek show and the Duffy Smith Memorial race. Adding to the list of firsts will be the Sweeney Rush Late Model Touring Series for the 1st of their three visits this season that night. No racing again on Saturday, June 27th although watch the website for a chance of Flat Track Go Carts on both Saturdays before and after the Sprint Speedweek show. Fourth of July will see the Sweeney Rush Late Model Touring Series back in town and the rowdy Renegade of Dirt Modifieds making their first stop at WCS with the Super Stocks and Mini Stocks on hand. Mid Season Championships for all the regular class’ will take place on Saturday, July 11th. Round two of the Attica/WCS Super Late Model Challenge headlines the Saturday, July 18th show as everyone but the 410 Sprints ( Kings Royal) will race that night. Two weeks of regular action is on tap for Saturday July 25th and August 1st for all class’. August 8th will be the third of the Attica/ WCS Super Late Model Challenge with the BOSS Sprints taking on WCS for the second time this season. Also providing racing action will be the Super Stocks and Mini Stocks. Another Mini Stock Special will take place on August 15th with the full group of regulars in action. A double weekend of action is set for Friday and Saturday August 21st and 22nd as the Friday night show will feature the Renegades of Dirt Modifieds in TRIPLE Feature action with the Crate Late Models, Mini Stocks and Mod Lights providing the racing action. The following evening will be coveted Harley Davidson race for the Renegades of Dirt Modifieds plus the last race of the Attica/ WCS Super Late Model Challenge and the 410 Sprints and Super Stocks racing for points. Season Championships for everyone will take place on Saturday, August 29th. The UNOH All Star Sprints, the Sweeney Rush Late Model Touring Series and the Super Stock take to the track on Sunday, September 6th. The last racing action for WCS will be the 3rd Annual Dirt Blow Out with open practice, a BBQ and DJ on Friday September 25th with all the race action on Saturday, September 26th. Full details on what class’ of cars and times for this event will come at a later date.
This is the schedule for the 2015 season at Wayne County Speedway but it could change, races could be added or cancelled. Also this season, races will have a time limit on them to help move the show along and that will allow our fans to get home at a respectable time.
For all the information about the track, go to www.waynecountyspeedway.com

Track Information


1083 North Carr Road

Orrville, Ohio 44667


209 Pine Street
Creston, Ohio 44217


Track Phone: (330) 465-2365