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      Attention Evergreen Modifieds- If drivers wish to do so, they will be allowed run the Hoosier 1070s on Sunday, August 28.
FYI- Just to prevent any confusion come race day on Sunday, September 4, the pit entry fee for Enduro teams is $25 per person. The pit entry fee for Pro Stock and Dirt Modified teams is the usual, which is $30 with an Evergreen pit license or $40 without.
Evergreen’s Events on Sunday to Be in
Memory of Calvin “Butch” Barry
 With Evergreen Raceway in St. Johns, PA reopening this season, Blaine Barry of Bath, PA and his family quickly became excited when they heard the news. After all, Blaine isn’t only a multi-time feature winner in the Pro Stock division at the track that he’s competed at since 1991, but his family runs three generations deep at the Evergreen Park grounds, dating back to the 1930s, before the racetrack even existed. This Sunday the Barry family is returning to the grounds that they hold so dear to their hearts, in memory of someone who supported Blaine’s racing throughout his entire racing career- Blaine’s father, Calvin “Butch” Barry. FULL STORY
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Evergreen’s “A September to Remember” Butch Barry Memorial Coming Soon
July and August has been somewhat of a struggle when it comes to getting the shows in at Evergreen Raceway. However, with September just around the corner and with fall-like weather approaching, the speedway is kicking off the month with “A September to Remember” Butch Barry Memorial event on Sunday, September 4. The Pro Stock division will be in action that day and the event, which is sponsored by the Barry family, will be in memory of long time Evergreen patron, Butch Barry. Also on the card for the Enduro portion of the program will be the 4-cylinder, 6/8-cylinder, Open Comp and Reverse Redneck Enduros. FULL STORY
Fourth Evergreen Modified Win Extends Points Lead for Paul Hartwig, Jr.
After weeks of battling Mother Nature, Christmas came early for the folks at Evergreen Raceway. Their “Christmas in August” event went off without a hitch and the children at the track even received presents from Santa Claus himself. For Paul Hartwig, Jr. of Freehold, NJ, it was also a holiday of sort, as he extended his points lead with his fourth Evergreen Modified feature win of the year. TJ Gursky of Lehighton has been close to visiting victory lane at the speedway, but came up short in the past. That’s now changed, as he sealed the deal Sunday afternoon by taking the Street Stock feature win. Tom Casagrande of Drums extended his points lead by bringing home the Factory Stock win and Harry O’Neill of Mountaintop backed into the Four Cylinder victory. Sue Ryan and O’Neill drove to victory in the Mechanic’s races and Emily Ryan and Jen Adams notched Powder Puff race wins. FULL STORY
Evergreen Adds Two Additional Dirt Modified Shows
With at least nine cancelled events this season, many of which included the Dirt Modified division, Evergreen Raceway has decided to add the Dirt Modifieds to their next two Enduro shows, which are slated for September 4 and October 2.
   Both of the dates are in conjunction with the track’s regular Enduro dates and the September 4 show is named “A September to Remember”, in memory of long time Evergreen patron, Butch Barry. A 35-lap Pro Stock Memorial event will take place that afternoon.
   The Dirt Modifieds and Pro Stocks will run heat races, followed by their features. The Open Comp cars will take to the track as well before the start of the official Enduro program, which will consist of Four Cylinder, 6/8-Cylinder and Redneck Reverse Enduro events. The Enduro events will be held rain or shine and if the Pro Stock and Dirt Modified portion of the show gets rained out, they will be run on October 2.
   The track is hosting a $10 discount for Enduro pre-registration. The form is on the speedway website and must be mailed in, along with the $40 pre-registration fee. Drivers will start straight up as they pre-register, or of course register at the track on race day for $50, and they will start behind the pre-registered drivers. The transponder rental fee is $10. Drivers racing in more than one division will be charged the $10 fee and $5 for each additional division for the rental fee. Pit admission is set at $25. There is no Pro Stock or Dirt Modified registration fee. The pit gates will swing open at 10:00 AM and the afternoon of events will kick off at 1 PM.
   Drivers from the Street Stock division are invited to complete with the Pro Stocks, if they choose to do so.
   All of the rules, info and the pre-registered drivers are listed on the speedway website.
   The grandstands are slated to open at 12 noon and grandstand admission is just $5. Children 10 years of age and younger will be admitted for FREE.
Just a reminder: What we have been doing with the 4-Cylinder Enduro cars being allowed to race with our regular Four Cylinder division will continue through the end of the season or until further notice. This has been a success and we’d like to thank all of the Enduro drivers that gave it a try so far.
If you’re not familiar with this, the Four Cylinder Enduro cars can compete under the Enduro rules (must meet Enduro rules) with our regular Four Cylinder division. The highest finishing Enduro driver will receive a trophy and each driver that starts the feature will receive a payout based on where they actually finish in the feature.
Based on the success, beginning this Sunday, we are doing the same for the 6/8-Cylinder Enduros, as they can compete with our regular Factory Stocks. Of course to be eligible for the highest finishing Enduro car, they must meet the Enduro rules.
To see the payout for the Four Cylinders and Factory Stocks, click the ‘Payout’ link.
Regular four cylinder drivers- We were asked if offset wheels are allowed. The answer is yes. However, you must meet the weight percentages in the rules and the offset on the front & rear must match per side. In other words, if you have a 2” offset on the RF, the RR needs to be 2” as well, etc.
EvergreenRaceway and Penn’s Peak Radio Geared
Up for Remainder of 2016 Season
St. Johns, PA (June 9, 2016)- Evergreen Raceway is proud to announce its latest marketing partnership with Penn’s Peak Radio and Penn’s Peak, the Lehigh Valley & Pocono Mountains Premier Entertainment Venue.
Located in Jim Thorpe, PA, Penn's Peak Radio is a renowned resort community and destination nestled in the foothills of the Pocono Mountains in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Penn's Peak Radio is an Internet radio station broadcasting live 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Its heard world-wide online and throughout Northeastern and east central Pennsylvania via Blue Ridge Communications Cable..
Launched in the summer of 2005 by one of the largest privately owned communications and entertainment companies in the Northeast, Penn's Peak Radio set out to be the ultimate music station. Penn's Peak Radio's play list is composed of the biggest hits from the hot country charts plus a healthy dose of the best of country classics and most memorable classic rock songs from the 60's through the 80's. All of those elements give their audience the best, most-unique mix of music anywhere. Add to that mix: a distinctive air-staff, listener requests and phone calls, trivia and giveaways - and you wind up with the most fun you've ever had listening to the radio!
“There is so much value for both sides with this agreement and everyone is very excited about it. Look for some great news from both entities within the next few weeks”, noted Evergreen Co-Promoter Gene Ostrowski.
“Nearly everyone in the area has been out to Penn’s Peak and personally, I can’t think of anyone that has nothing but good to say about such an awesome venue. Penn’s Peak Radio has been on existence for over ten years and they continue to grow, both within and with their fan base. We’re looking forward to mixing some short racing into music and radio, vice-versa. It’s destined to be a terrific relationship.”
Also located in Jim Thorpe, PA, Penn's Peak is a beautiful mountaintop entertainment venue that can comfortably host 1,800 concertgoers. The must see facility boasts a spacious dance floor, lofty ceilings, concert bar/concession area and a full service restaurant and bar aptly named Roadies. Complete with a broad open-air deck for summertime revelry, Penn's Peak patrons enjoy a breathtaking overlook of nearby Beltzville Lake, plus a commanding, picturesque 50-mile panoramic view of northeastern Pennsylvania's Appalachian mountains. Penn's Peak should be your choice for a wedding, banquet or special event and treat your guests to an event truly "Above the Rest".  
Geographically convenient to residents of major population zones in Hazleton, Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Stroudsburg, the Lehigh Valley, Philadelphia and New York City, Penn's Peak is an ideal location for any event.  It is located only four miles from Exit 74 of the northeast extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
You can check out the official Penn’s Peak website and all of their upcoming shows at As always, 24/7, you can listen to Penn’s Peak Radio live by visiting and don’t forget to download their mobile app and give them a like on Facebook.
Evergreen Raceway is located minutes from Hazleton, PA, in between routes 93 and 309. For more information regarding Evergreen Raceway, including the entire season schedule, directions and divisional payouts, please visit and don’t forget to like their Facebook page as well. 
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