DEFENDING CHAMP VONDOHREN GETS FIRST WIN OF THE SEASON, KRESSLEY A TWO TIME WINNER AND SCHLOSBERG GETS HIS FIRST WIN AT GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY

BECHTELSVILLE,
PA.?~ Mother Nature finally cooperated after two consecutive weeks of rain and
racing returned to the 1/3-mile high banks of Grandview Speedway on Saturday
night  with all the excitement being
telecast on RCN-TV.

 Seven time and defending Modified
champion Craig VonDohren of Oley, PA took his first win of the season in the
30-lap NASCAR 358 Modified feature race while Brett Kressley, who calls
Orefield, PA home, won his second 25-lap NASCAR Sportsman feature race of the
season. Sam Schlosberg, Green Lane, PA, earned his first 25-lap Late Model
feature victory.

 NASCAR stock car racing action
returns to Grandview Speedway on Saturday (May 24) at 7:30 p.m. when Whelen
Engineering presents a tripleheader card of 358 Modified, Late Model and
Sportsman racing action. WEEU-830AM will broadcast the racing
live.

In
the Saturday night action Doug Manmiller appeared to have left off where his
streak was snapped before the weather intervened and was two laps short of
winning his fourth NASCAR Whelen All-American Series 30-lap Modified
feature.

Fate
wouldn?t have it that way since Manmiller, left with nowhere to go, got
collected by the spinning car of Kyle Follweiler when he exited the third turn
bringing out the caution.

Defending
point champion Craig VonDohren, who started 22nd after winning the consi, was
second and now inherited the lead. He kept his self-owned, Beartown
Recycling/K.L. Harring Transportation No. 1C in front until he pulled into
victory lane for his first win of the season to become the fourth different
winner in 2014.

?I
was almost ready to give up after an early heat incident made me mad and forced
me to miss the invert, commented VonDohren, but I just kept digging as my car
was loose, but then got tight when I changed my line. It was a shame for Doug,
but that?s part of the game.? His efforts netted him $2500, plus $250 from T.P.
Trailers, Limerick and $150 from VP Fuels for running VP
gas.

Ron
Seltmann Jr. set the pace at the wave of the green.

The
red was thrown on the third lap when Bobby Gunther-Walsh spun in turn four. Cars
scrambled and Andy Ressler rolled. Also involved were Duane Howard, Jeff Strunk
and Ray Swinehart. All drivers were uninjured and able to continue except