Sarver, Pennsylvania is home to one of the most beloved dirt ovals in America: Lernerville Speedway. The 4/10-mile clay track hosted its first races in 1967, and its first full championship the next year. Over the past 50 years of operation, it’s grown into one of the most popular tracks on the World of Outlaws schedule for both the Sprint Car and Dirt Late Model divisions.
Lernerville boasts a pair of marquee World of Outlaws events each season: the Don Martin Memorial Silver Cup for Sprint Car drivers, and the Firecracker 100 for Dirt Late Model drivers. Each race attracts some of the world’s top dirt oval drivers to battle for the track’s highest paying purses of the season. Alongside their marquee WoO events, Lernerville is also the only track in America to run 410 Sprints, Super Late Models, and Big Block Modifieds on a weekly basis.