PORT ROYAL, Pa. – Dylan Cisney Racing will carry Valley Supply Inc. as its primary partner for the second straight season this year.
“Last year was a great year for myself and our team,” Cisney said. “I was glad to have Harvey Sipe Jr. and Valley Supply with us for it and we’re excited to have them back for 2020. I’m also excited to see them helping out the sprint car community. They are doing a Valley Supply Night at Port Royal Speedway on May 2.”
Valley Supply, Inc., which is based in Mechanicsburg, Pa., has been serving the concrete industry for more than 30 years.
The company is a distributor of concrete accessories and restoration materials, providing construction solutions for the Pennsylvania and Maryland regions.
“I’ve been a sprint car fan since 1988,” said Valley Supply Inc. President Harvey Sipe Jr. “I see Dylan having what it takes to be one of the top-notch drivers in the area if not the country. The thing about Dylan is he is well-spoken. He always thanks the race fans and mentions our company and does a great job with it. He handles himself well and with that being said his potential really has no ceiling. He is going to do well for himself.”
Cisney doubled his career sprint car win total by earning a trio of victories last year. He previously netted one triumph in each of three different seasons. Cisney also finished the 2019 season with eight top fives and a career-best 25 top 10s.
Two of his wins came at Port Royal Speedway, where he tied a career-best points finish of second.
The team plans on a similar schedule in 2020, kicking off the action on Feb. 22 at Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, Pa., during the Icebreaker 30.
“Last year we wanted to race more and I think we got 54 races in,” Cisney said. “The added racing improved our team and that showed in our results. We’re aiming for pretty much the same plan in 2020 thanks in large part to our great sponsors, such as Valley Supply.”