York Dirt Trackin’ Show Changes Hands


NEWBERRYTOWN, Pa. – Ownership of the long standing and popular Central PA Dirt Trackin’ show held every January in York has changed hands once again.

Todd and Rhonda Fisher, owners of the Susquehanna Speedway Park, have purchased the rights and assets of the wintertime racecar show from Larry Miller of Mechanicsburg.

Miller is taking a step back from the racing scene in a few aspects due to personal reasons. Miller approached the Fishers about taking over the management and ownership of the 2014 show and they agreed.

“I appreciated the opportunity to help bring the Dirt Trackin’ Show back to the racers and race fans in 2013. I want to thank all the vendors and racers who displayed their vehicles at the last year’s show. I could not have done it without their support.” Miller said concerning his involvement last year.

“Also a big thank you to all of the seminar speakers which was a great opportunity for racers and race fans also to obtain some valuable information. It was a great opportunity for me to work with a lot of great people.

“Also a big thank you to Dave Zortman for his endless hours of help making last years show a success. Thanks to all who helped me last year and best of luck to Todd and Rhonda for many successful years in the future with a great racing show,” Miller concluded.

The 31st annual Central PA Dirt Trackin’ Show at the York Expo Center (Memorial Hall) will begin on Friday, Jan. 24, 2014. The three-day show will conclude on Sunday, January 26. The set-up day will be Thursday, Jan. 23. The York Expo Center is located at the York Fairgrounds in York, Pa.

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