We are proud to partner with the Contingency Connection again in 2015 to offer drivers an additional $50,000 in awards throughout the season. The Contingency Connection networks with some of the region's best suppliers to offer drivers the best performance parts for the best price. Click here to learn more and see a full list of the partnered suppliers.
Track announcer Brad Stapleton has created a new digital driver information survey for the 2015 racing season. All information collected will be used by him in the PR department to help better promote you, as drivers, both on and off the race track. Click here to complete the survey.
2015 pit parking spots are now on sale. Click here to reserve a spot.
Rules for the 2015 racing season have been posted under the "rules" tab.
F.A.S.T 305 Sprints Added To 2015 Bob Reynolds Memorial
December 20, 2014
Any Ohio dirt race fan will tell you that the number one place to be on Independence Day Weekend is at Waynesfield Raceway Park in Waynesfield, Ohio for the highly talked about Bob Reynolds Memorial. Since the shows infancy, promoter Ron Hammons has continued to up the ante each and every year putting on the best race possible for the fans. For the 2015 edition of the famed race, Hammons has done just that. In an announcement just before the holidays, Hammons revealed the addition of the Fremont/Attica Sprint Title (F.A.S.T) 305 Championship Series to the agenda of the Independence evening race. The race opens a new chapter for the F.A.S.T series, making history by being the first ever appearance off the shores of Lake Erie. The 305 drivers will be competing for a $1000 payday, $150 for making the competitive field, and $75 for each driver not making it into the A-main.
The addition of the F.A.S.T series to the Bob Reynolds Memorial event on July 4th was just half of the announcements promoter Ron Hammons made Friday afternoon. The UMP Modifieds were announced to be returning for the fourth edition of the famed race running for a $3000 cash payday. The UMP Modifieds also have a chance to pick up an extra $1,000 to win at Limaland Motorsports Park the night before and a provisional for the Bob Reynolds event. Also returning to the event is the ever-popular NRA 360 Sprints for a $7,500 to win payday. Again, the winner in the NRA's on Friday night will also pick up a provisional for the Bob Reynolds event. New to the event this year will be group qualifying for all events.
The fourth running of the Bob Reynolds Memorial is scheduled for Saturday, July 4th at Waynesfield Raceway Park in Waynesfield, Ohio. Details on the event will be available online at www.waynesfieldracewaypark.net, Waynesfield Raceway Park on Facebook, @OfficialWRP on Twitter, and on the F.A.S.T series website, www.fastondirt.com.
UPDATED: JULY 6, 2014
For Immediate Release:
Attention Buckeye Machine Non Wing sprint car participants, we have decided to make a change regarding our tire rules for the 2014 season. Starting June 1st, 2014 all sprint cars will be required to run a Hoosier Medium 105/16 right rear tire only. The other three corners of the car will remain Hoosier (any compound). Until June 1st you can continue to run any compound Hoosier on all four corners. We feel that not only will this save the racer $40 per RR tire it will also put everyone on the same tire.
As always, we thank you for your support and look forward to another great season of racing in this class.
Reminder to all teams: One way radios(Raceceiver) are REQUIRED for competition in all classes at Waynesfield Raceway Park. Anyone caught not using a Raceceiver radio may face disciplinary action up to and including disqualification, suspension and/or loss of all points and prize money.
We do have a limited number of radios for rent at $25, but we strongly recommend that each team purchase one.