MSR Returns To Historic Jennerstown Speedway

HOLLY, Mich. — The Must See Racing Sprint Series Presented by Engine Pro is set to conclude its season this Saturday, Aug. 27, amid a tight points battle at the historic Jennerstown Speedway in Pennsylvania. Jennerstown Speedway is one of the most iconic and history laden speedways on the East Coast. The track opened in the 1920’s as a half-mile dirt fairgrounds speedway that hosted motorcycle events. Sprint cars were a regular staple at the speedway as early as the 1930’s. The speedway is also the site of Jan Opperman’s unfortunate accident on June 20, 1981, during a URC event. Saturday’s MSR event will not be the first appearance of winged sprint cars to the 0.522-mile speedway, but it will be the first appearance since 2020. The event is expected to draw a healthy field of cars to the fastest track they will race at all season long.

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