PORT ROYAL, Pa. – Port Royal Speedway returns to action on Oct. 12 for the eighth annual Blue-Collar Classic, featuring the Keystone RaceSaver Challenge for PASS/IMCA 305 sprint cars.
The annual race is one of the biggest events for the IMCA 305 sprints on the East Coast, with the overall purse reaching nearly $16,000, including $800 to win the feature.
There will also be a special Founder’s Cup non-qualifier race as well, paying $300 to win.
Including bonus money, the winner of the event could take home $1,500.
Along with the hosting PASS division, the challenge race brings together multiple IMCA 305 sprint regions, including the Tri State RaceSaver Region (TSRS), the Capital Region Sprint Agency (CRSA), the Virginia Sprint Series (VSS) and the Laurel Highlands region.
There will be $250 from Beerhill Gang TV and $250 from Penns Valley Meat Market to be split up to heat race winners ($50) and A-Main hard chargers ($200). Also, for the taking will be a $200 Seniority Bonus, a $200 Frequent Racer Bonus and a $300 Travel Bonus.
Nonstarters will receive $100 two money.
Past winners of the event are two-time event champion Jeff Miller, as well as single winners Darren Miller, Kyle Smith, Jeff Geiges, Jake Waters and Sean Campbell.