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Williams Grove Speedway, Mechanicsburg

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Fun & Games Auto Race Track
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  • I have been visiting Williams Grove Speedway for over 20 years. The racing is fast paced and exciting to watch. I especially like when the World of Outlaw touring group arrives. There is plenty of par...  more »
  • I was last at Williams Grove in 1999. Now more and more seats are reserved which is ok if you live close but not so hot if you are traveling a long distance and unsure of the weather. Who wants to buy...  more »
  • I've been going to The Grove for decades. I actually wish I'd started going sooner. If you have any affinity for motor racing or just need to see what real grass-roots racing is like in America, this ...  more »
  • Great night, great racing. Last lap pass from 10th to 1st by young Freddie Rahmer.
  • Great place for Friday night racing! The Grove runs 410 sprint cars nearly every Friday with a variety of support divisions including 358 sprint cars, 358 late models, super late models, super sportsmen, midgets, and more. Big events throughout the year involve the World of Outlaws and USAC. Overall, the facilities are in good shape. Most seating is aluminum grandstands without backs. Restrooms are decent. Concessions are available but underwhelming. During big events food trailers, including Bricker's Fries, are brought in.
  • The Grove is where it's at for the big 410 monsters. Great seats available at cheap prices, awesome food. Where else can 2000 rednecks get drunk and the only fights that break out are the sore loses in the pits. Great times to be had here at the Grove.
  • My Dad and I love watching races here on weekends! Best in the region!
  • A place with a lot of racing history. It opened in 1939. NASCAR ran races there in the 1950's. Indy stars ran there in the 1960's. Racers who are now known as legends raced there in the 70's & 80's. These days it's a great track to experience the sights and smells of a night at the car races!