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Saturday night racing at 7:00pm ∙ Grandstands open at 5:30pm ∙ Pits open at 3:00pm

Marion Center Raceway LLC is owned and operated by Randy Reitz.

Late models, Steel block/358/Crate, Street stock, Strictly stock & Four cylinder.

World of Outlaws
RUSH Crate Late Models
RUSH Sprint Cars
Four wheelers


Track Address:
484 Potts Road
Marion Center, Pa 15759


Marion Center To Reopen In 2021
By: Zach Garman
Pennsylvania is known for its rich history in dirt track racing. Locally, that has been known for years by fans and drivers alike. One track in particular that fits that history has been closed for a couple of years, but will soon see action again in 2021. That is Marion Center Speedway located in Marion Center, Pennsylvania. Ran by the Potts family for many years, the speedway is now under a totally different owner and management that has been in the racing scene for quite awhile. Randy Reitz of Valier, Pennsylvania is now the new owner of Marion Center Raceway. Reitz has been a driver and car owner for many years before getting out of it for a short time. He is now a track owner and excited to get a track close to him, back up and running. “I’m excited to start all of this. I am happy to bring a track back that has been known for years to many many people” Reitz stated. As a full schedule and racing divisions are still being finalized, Marion Center Raceway will be racing on Saturday nights with racing starting at 7pm. A “Super Late Model Super Series” mini series is being finalized with Thunder Mountain Speedway as well with a money prize up for grabs during these mini series point races. This series will see super late model drivers racing at Thunder Mountain on Friday nightS for mini series points as they can race the series at Marion Center the next night for more points towards the mini series point standings. Marion Center and Thunder Mountain will be partnering this season for additional racing action. Again, a schedule and racing divisions are being finalized at this time and will be posted shortly once the information is available. In the meantime, fans and drivers alike will wait in excitement as the “Thrill on the hill” comes back alive in 2021 under Randy Reitz!
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