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NOTE: The following are answers to some common questions and, in some cases, an explanation of procedures and policies that are used as a guideline for conducting the racing program. Actual decisions made are at the discretion of track management and the officials so minor deviations could occur.

Q: When does Hummingbird Speedway run?

A: Saturday evenings at 7:00PM. (Gates open at 4:30.) Click the "Schedule" link for complete info.


Q: Where is the track located?

A: On the Reynoldsville - Falls Creek Road (Rte 950) look for the Hummingbird Speedway sign. (The Gospel Center road.) Or - more detailed directions for those who are not familiar with the area... From I-80 Exit 97 (old Exit 16), head toward DuBois. Only about 1/2 mile (and just before the four lane ends) turn right at the stop light just past Sheetz. (Or - if you were coming through DuBois - take Rte 219 North and turn left at the light where Sheetz is on your left and the Pilot Travel Center is on your right.) This will put you on Rte 830. Go through Falls Creek. Turn left on Rte 950. Go 2.7 miles and you'll see the Hummingbird Speedway sign on the left (and the Gospel Center sign on the right). Turn right. Follow the road about a mile and you'll see the track on the left. (Note: If that totally confused you, check out the map on the "About Us" page.)


Q: What is the admission cost?

A: Unless otherwise noted (for special events), regular admission is as follows:

  • Grandstands:

    • Adults... $15

    • Children ages 6-10... $7

    • Under 6... free

  • Pits:

    • Adults... $30

    • Children 10 & under... $15


Q: Are season passes available?

A: Not at this time, but an update will be posted in this area if/when they are.


Q: How/where can I buy pictures or souvenirs?

A: Pictures are available on race days by seeing photographer Joe Nowak or his representative at the track; at other times, you can contact him by e-mail ( For souvenirs (hats, t-shirts, jackets, etc. and other Hummingbird items)... see Jo Caltagarone at the pit concession, or call 814-653-8400.


Q: What is the rain-out policy?

A: Once all qualifying events have been completed, it is considered a complete show and the remaining events will be completed the following week(s). If the show is cancelled before then, rain checks will be honored for the next two regular events. If double-features are to be run, they may be split up over a several week period.


Q: How can I find out if the races are cancelled?

A: Check us out on Twitter. (You can also sign up to be a "follower" and receive the Speedway's "tweets" on your cell phone.) We also use "". Text "hummingbird" (without the quotes) to 84483 to start receiving alerts from there.


Q: What is the age limit for the pits?

A: 16, unless a waiver is signed by the parent/guardian.


For things like the questions below, see "Procedural Notes" under the Rules section:

  • How are cars lined up?

  • How does the points system work?

  • Are points awarded to the car or driver?

  • Are there any restrictions on what drivers can compete in a given class?

  • How are calls made as a result of a caution and how are cars lined up for a restart?

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