WELCOME TO MICRO SPRINT RACING IN NEW CASTLE, DELAWARE - FEATURING 125ccJunior, 250 Stock,  600cc Wingless, 270 Open, 600cc Winged     


We would like to give a BIG THANK YOU to everyone from drivers to track workers to volunteers that came out today. Hope to see you back at our last practice.

Upcoming Track Events

Rookie School, Open Practice and Safety & Car Inspection Schedule

All first time (Rookie) drivers must attend one BMMRC Rookie School and participate in at least one scheduled track practice for observation. 

Please contact Jeff Tank with any questions (302) 420 – 2842

Practice Per Car - Member - $25 Non Member - $35


Sat 11 Rookie School 12 pm  - 12:30 pm                 

           Open Practice 1 pm - 6 pm 

Sat 18 Opening Day Warm ups 6 pm, Heats 7 pm

April 8, 2015 Club Meeting

This will be the last club meeting until September.  At this club meeting the rules will be discussed and what to expect on race nights by President Jeff Tank.   Memberships will be taken for anyone that has not joined already.  

Everyone is encouraged to attend and ask any questions you may have.

Membership Application Form

Memberships will be taken starting January 1st. Just click on the MEMBERSHIP button at the left and 
follow instructions. You will be able to fill out the form on your computer and print it out.
You will, however, still need to sign the form and send it to the Club P.O. Box along
with your check. 

Any membership renewal or fee not paid by April 15th will be charged an additional $5.00 late fee.

If you are under the age of 18, you must send in a copy of your birth certificate or 
driver's license as proof of age. This is a BMMRC requirement per the BMMRC By-Laws Racing Rules and Regulations.
Car Registration Fee
Payable with annual dues.  This fee is for Club car registration and must be paid by each Club member registering a car. 

All registered cars must have been inspected and competed or attempted to compete in at least three (3) point races during the registration year in order to retain its registered Club number for the following year.

All car number re-registrations must be completed before April 1st to assure retention of a previously registered 
car number.  
To all 600cc class drivers: if you are planning on registering your car number, please remember to state which 600cc class you
are competing in.  If you are competing in both classes you will need to retain your number in both and pay fee for both. 
Pit Spots
Pit spots will be taken starting January 1st. A car owner/driver may prepay the yearly pit space fee in order to 
maintain the same pit space from year to year.  The assigned car must have been signed in to at least 50% 
of the scheduled previous year's races and have fee paid prior to April 1st.    


Reminder to Drivers - There are two (2) requirements that you must do in order to be eligible for points.

Work Detail - Drivers, or an alternate, must perform work of at least ten (10) cumulative hours prior to the first scheduled season Point Race in order to be eligible for any awarded points. Work detail credit goes to the driver. The driver has the option of performing the work or paying a fee of $100 in lieu of work prior to the first scheduled race of the season April 18, 2015.

2015 Committees

Drivers must sign up for a committee before the first scheduled race of the season April 18, 2015 as an added requirement to be eligible for points.  Individual members are encouraged to sign up and participate also. Contact the leader of the committee for any questions or to add your name to the list. This list will also be at the monthly Club meetings.





Planning/gathering info to promote Airport in various ways

George Savaren

(443) 207 - 1372

Banquet/Club Social Function

Planning/gathering info for the activities of BMMRC/Airport Speedway

Sandy Stumpf-Rineer

(717) 786 – 3946

Club Relations

Keep harmony in the Club by talking to members and help them resolve any issues that may arise.

Bill Federowic

(856) 678 – 5914

Grounds & Property

Review the areas i.e. fencing, driveways, bleachers etc. for possible repairs. Trim back weeds around outer area of the track

Jeff Tank

(302) 420 – 2842

Income Raising

Planning/gathering info how to raise money for the various categories; repairs, purchase or to the point fund.

George Savaren

(443) 207 - 1372


For election purposes, must have current eligible BMMRC list and nominate them for a position

Patrick Milligan

(443) 504 – 9019

Racers Auxiliary

Planning fun activities for patrons on race nights. Planning and selling items to patrons to raise money for a designated fund i.e. point fund, track equipment etc.

Jeff Tank

(302) 420 – 2842

Rookie School

To instruct new drivers and watch their progress, constant contact with the Race Director on their progress

Wayne Scott Sr,

(856) 299 - 3465


Review Rules that may need changing for the upcoming year and submit Rule change proposals for them.

Bill Federowic

(856) 678 – 5914


Oversee the staff on race nights that they are doing their jobs. Find a replacement if someone can’t make it that night

Jeff Tank

(302) 420 – 2842

Special Race Events

Planning special races that may be held during the season.  Find sponsorship to sponsor these special shows to have less impact on the club purse. Bring a detailed proposal before the Board of Directors of event formats that may be used for approval.

George Savaren

(443) 207 - 1372


Inspection on race night for legality, stay updated/informed of spec changes to engines.

Preston Sparks

(856) 935-8769

Track & Equipment Maintenance

Maintain equipment and any items that need repair

Jeff Tank

(302) 420 – 2842

Rained Out

Airport Speedway uses RainedOut and delivers alerts when needed directly to your mobile phone as SMS text messages or email.  If you would like to be notified by SMS or email on events or cancellations, click Rained Out and follow the instructions to sign up.


The SFI Foundation, Inc. has just been made aware of the existence of a counterfeit Head & Neck Restraint System that could pose a significant danger to those who purchase and use these products.  For complete information regarding this matter, please click on either of the following links:
Should you have any questions or comments regarding this matter, please feel free to contact the SFI office.
Motorsports Manager
SFI Foundation, Inc.

2015 Rule Changes - Highlighted in yellow

By-Laws Section

Article III, Section 2 - A2, Page 2

Driver Member. This membership category is for all drivers. Driver Members have voting privileges and are covered by all required insurance. "I" membership may be upgraded to "Driver" by paying the additional membership fee. *ACTIVE Club membership is required to receive points toward the BMMRC Point Championship and to participate in the Point Fund.

*ACTIVE means must sign up for a committee. Also must participate in work parties or pay work detail fee.

(Also see Page 3, Item D and Page 8, Item 2)

Article VII, Amendments, Section 2, Page 7

Proposals for rule changes for the current racing year must be submitted to any board member or club officer by June 1(mid-season).

Proposals for rule changes for the following year must be submitted to any Board member or Club Officer by the first Club meeting in September.  Rule changes will be decided by the incoming Board of Directors, elected for the following year, prior to the December general membership meeting and announced at the December Club meeting.

Rules Section

Section One, Item 2, Page 8

Drivers of a micro midget must be at least 10 years of age. Those ages 10 and 11, must have had at least two (2) years driving experience in quarter midgets or organized go-karts. Those ages 10 thru 14 turning 15 during the current race season, must drive in the 125cc Junior Class

Section Two, Item 2, Page 10

"Non-Point" events. These events are open to any racers meeting BMMRC engine and car specifications with inspection and approval for safety. Any format may be used for non-points as long as it conforms to our scoring systems parameters. (Also see Page 8, Item 2 for age requirements.)

Section Two, Item 6, Page 10

There shall be a minimum of 4 cars in any race. A maximum of 10 cars in Heat Races.

Section Four, Item 1. (h) Page 12

All Feature events will be lined up after the winner of the last heat event pulls pill

for feature starting line-up, (pills 0, 3, 6, or ½) from Heat Race finishes followed by

“B” Main /Consi finishers. In the event of an odd number of cars, the field will be

rounded to an even number, i.e. 17 cars - 16 would be used for invert  Cars that

do not finish; those that are disqualified (either a race DQ or weight DQ) or those

that do not start a Heat Race will qualify behind all cars finishing Heat Races.

Section Four, Item 4, Page 15


The season will consist of a minimum of four (4) Non-Points events.

Section Five, Item 14, paragraph 2, Page 17

All heat races re-starts after the first completed and recorded green flag lap will be lined up by the flagman’s signal, and will be single file.

All features re-starts after the first completed and recorded green flag lap, will be lined up by the flagman’s signal, and will be double file, up to lap 10.

After the first recorded green flag lap, the leader gets their choice of starting lane (inside or outside lane, of row 1).

After 10 laps have been completed the scored all re-starts will be lined up by the flagman’s signal and will be single file.

Section Five, Item 15 (line 9), Page 17

Any car passing or racing (jump start) before the lead car reaches the “start zone” or the lead car starting too early (before reaching the first cone) will be penalized two (2) positions. Once a jump start is called by the race official, (flagger, race director) the caution will immediately come out, and the car or cars called for the “jump start” will be penalized two spots from the current lap’s line-up position.

Section Nine, Item 1, Table C, Page 27



600 LBS

750 LBS

775 LBS

125cc Junior

Up to 136cc



4-Stroke Wingless

single cylinder up to 636cc

any multi-cylinder

over 270cc

up to 637cc


4-Stroke Winged

 single cylinder up to 636cc


any multi-cylinder

over 270cc

up to 637cc

250cc Stock

single cylinder 250cc



250cc Open

single cylinder up to 270cc



Section Nine, Item 1, Page 27

125cc Junior Class  is for 2 cycle 125cc motors.

Maximum displacement 136cc. Minimum weight 600 lbs.

125cc liquid-cooled motors must compete in the 125cc Class

Section Nine, Item 1, Page 28

600cc 4 Stroke Winged Class

Minimum weight 775lbs for multi-cylinder motors.

(see page 31 for a complete detailed list of motor specifications for this class)

Section 11, Item 3(a), Page 30

Item 1.The following specific restrictions/allowances also apply:

No porting, sanding, shaving, milling, grinding, etc. of cylinder or head. Cylinder may be repaired with prior tech approval and must be tech inspected upon completion for legality.

(I.e.: repair spring lugs in rear cracks in cylinder)

Section 11, Item 3(k) Page 30

Stock OEM piston or tech committee approved stock type replacement piston. (when Part # becomes available it will be added)

Sponsorship/Advertising Opportunities

VIP Lounge                         $250

From the exclusive VIP Lounge enjoy a spectacular view of the entire racetrack. Employees, family and friends can relax in this air-conditioned room with comfortable chairs and controlled sound system giving all the play by play action.

Ø  Private use of the lounge for 5 of your guests

Club Member VIP               $125

Billboard                                       $250*

Place your 8’ x 10’ billboard or banner on the speedway backstretch where it is visible to all spectators and racers.

*additional fees apply if artwork provided by speedway

Product Donations                                                                                                                                  

Product donations are given away to spectators and racers during the weekly intermission. Prizes (product donations) are awarded through a drawing from all tickets sold for that event.


If you are a visiting driver planning on racing at Airport Speedway this season, you must fill out the form for the 1099-Misc.  These are for cars not registered with B.M.M.R.C. All Drivers use the Visiting Driver form, Drivers that have a ride with a Car Owner use 1099 Car Owner form ALSO. Please complete the on-line form and print it out, then take the form to the Sign-in booth the first time you plan on racing.  

If you are under the age of 18, you must bring a copy of your birth certification or drivers license as proof of age.  This is a BMMRC requirement per the BMMRC By-Laws Racing Rules and Regulations.

Race Receivers Are Mandatory 

All cars entering the track for all race events must have the appropriate Race Receiver. Cars without a Race Receiver will not be scored unless the Race Receiver was accidentally lost or damaged during the race. Make sure you have one on when entering the track at all times. They will be available for rental or purchase at the sign in booth. See Sandy

Fast Times

Fast Times recorded by AMB it Software since 2005

125cc 250cc Stock 270cc Open 600cc
Evan Krautwald Ken Cummings Alex Swift Angelo Mercado
Oct. 30, 2011 Aug. 27, 2005 Aug. 20, 2011 Sept. 8, 2005
10.134 9.919 9.687 9.581

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Physical Address:

2412 Speedway Drive

New Castle, DE 19720

Track Hotline: 



Adults - $8

Seniors - $6

Active Military w/ID - $6 

Children 6-12 yrs - $3

Pit Admission 10 & up:

Member $15

Visitor $20

Quick Links:

Admission Fees

Feature Pay Schedule


Rule Change Proposal Form

Rule Change Proposal PDF

Speedway Directions Mapquest

Sponsorship/Advertising Fees

1099 Visiting Car Owner Form

1099 Visiting Driver Form  

Presidents Duties

BMMRC Officers

Jeff Tank - President

Lee Reinhardt - Vice President

Betty Johnston - Secretary

Sandy Stumpf-Rineer - Treasurer

Board of Directors

Ken Andreas

Bill Federowic

Patrick Milligan

George Savaren

Wayne Scott Sr

Preston Sparks

Jeff Tank


580 Grandview Drive, Suite A Lewisberry, PA 17339 (717) 938-8732