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Hunterstown Speedway – Gettysburg, PA

In operation since 1962, this outstanding 1/5 mile dirt track facility has been providing a place for go-kart racers of all ages and skill levels to compete. With a great family atmosphere, Hunterstown Speedway puts a strong emphasis on both safety and sportsmanship. Over the years, Hunterstown has produced many of today’s finest professional drivers.

Located between New Oxford and Gettysburg, PA. We highly recommend everyone pays a visit to this great facility for a great night of racing and family entertainment.

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Quick reminder for this weekend and going forward. We have had some cases where we cannot read your kart numbers while running on the track. Even while a track official is standing 5 ft from the karts during a pace lap. They are too cluttered. Below is taken right from the Hunterstown Rule Book. **SOLID COLOR NUMBERS | NO DESIGNS IN THE NUMBERS**

**PAGE 9**

6. KART NUMBERS
a. All karts must have legible plates with 6” NUMBERS/LETTERS ON ALL FOUR (4) SIDES AND CAN ONLY BE UP TO THREE (3) DIGITS to receive points.
b. Number plates should be cleaned or replaced after each race so they are visible to the scorers or the driver will not be scored for that race. SCORERS MUST BE ABLE TO MAKE OUT NUMBERS ON KARTS!! Some colors do not match well for scorers to see. If your numbers are hard to see, you will be asked to change them. Failure to do so will result in NO POINT for that event. For example: No orange, red, blue and black combinations and no yellow, green, white combinations. Numbers are not to be Metallic or Reflective.
c. MAKE SURE YOUR NUMBERS CONTRAST. No clear plates will be allowed. No metal fairings, wings or side pods.

****For more information regarding the rules, please visit hunterstownspeedway.com to view the full rules****

**IN A NUT SHELL, MAKE SURE WE CAN READ THEM**

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3 days ago

Quick reminder for this weekend and going forward. We have had some cases where we cannot read your kart numbers while running on the track. Even while a track official is standing 5 ft from the karts during a pace lap. They are too cluttered. Below is taken right from the Hunterstown Rule Book. **SOLID COLOR NUMBERS | NO DESIGNS IN THE NUMBERS**

**PAGE 9**

 6.   KART NUMBERS  
 a.  All karts must have legible plates with 6” NUMBERS/LETTERS ON ALL FOUR (4) SIDES AND CAN ONLY BE UP TO THREE (3) DIGITS to receive points.  
 b.  Number plates should be cleaned or replaced after each race so they are visible to the scorers or the driver will not be scored for that race.  SCORERS MUST BE ABLE TO MAKE OUT NUMBERS ON KARTS!!  Some colors do not match well for scorers to see.  If your numbers are hard to see, you will be asked to change them. Failure to do so will result in NO POINT for that event. For example:   No orange, red, blue and black combinations and no yellow, green, white combinations.  Numbers are not to be Metallic or Reflective.
 c.   MAKE SURE YOUR NUMBERS CONTRAST.  No clear plates will be allowed.  No metal fairings, wings or side pods. 

****For more information regarding the rules, please visit hunterstownspeedway.com to view the full rules****

**IN A NUT SHELL, MAKE SURE WE CAN READ THEM**

EXAMPLE PIC PROVIDED

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You can read mine ! 😁

Isn't everybody running transponders

Karting needs to get rid of the 20+ classes and 10 motor choices before worrying about if a number is visible or not cant believe its that hard to keep track of the whole 5 karts that are in a class nothing personal against this track just karting in a whole

!!!ATTENTION!!!

All Hunterstown Kart Club Members we are having an open practice session this Sunday the 12th of July! It is open to all members as we stated at the beginning of the year. If you need and want some extra track time, please take advantage of it.

**Gates open: 11:30am
**Brief drivers meeting: 12:30pm
**Begin Practice: 1pm

**$5.00 pit pass**

Come out and get that seat time!!
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3 days ago

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Kory Alan Danner go figure the weekend where at the beach

Hey everyone!! Just wanted to post a quick change for the REMAINDER of the season. Due to the number of entries we are having on a weekly basis and the extra events that we are trying to give to you guys we are permanently moving the times up. We want to make sure that we get the show ran in a decent manner and we will not hit the curfew again. The Saturday night racing agenda will do as follows:

**Gates Open: 12pm
**Drivers Meeting: 2pm
**Practice Sessions: 2:30pm
**Heats: approx 4-4:30pm
**Features to follow

Thank you so much for your continued support and hope to see you all Saturday for DOUBLE POINTS night!
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4 days ago

Hey everyone!! Just wanted to post a quick change for the REMAINDER of the season. Due to the number of entries we are having on a weekly basis and the extra events that we are trying to give to you guys we are permanently moving the times up. We want to make sure that we get the show ran in a decent manner and we will not hit the curfew again.  The Saturday night racing agenda will do as follows:

**Gates Open: 12pm
**Drivers Meeting: 2pm
**Practice Sessions: 2:30pm
**Heats: approx 4-4:30pm
**Features to follow

Thank you so much for your continued support and hope to see you all Saturday for DOUBLE POINTS night!

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Gonna do another ama bike race I had a blast!

Geoff Gill Aaron Mitzel

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