GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY OFFERS LESS EXPENSIVE ALTERNATIVE SPORTSMAN AND LATE MODEL ENGINES

BECHTELSVILLE, PA?~ In an effort to cut the
expenses for NASCAR Late Model and Sportsman racers at Grandview Speedway
promoter Bruce Rogers has announced the availability of GM604 and GM 602 crate
engines.

 The engines develop 400
horsepower @5500 RPM, 400FT/LBS of torque @4500
RPM.

 The weight advantage for the
crate engine is 2375 pounds for the crate Sportsman while the standard Sportsman
will carry 2450 pounds. In the Late Models the crate Late Model will carry 2250
pounds compared to 2350 for the standard Late
Model.

 Making the crate engine even
more attractive is the fact that the engines are rebuildable by any engine
builder adhering to Grandview Speedway rules. There are several local engine
builders that can handle the rebuilds and then have track inspectors seal the
motor.

 The GM 604 is available new,
delivered the very next day, for $5675 from Fred Beans Parts. Telephone Dave
Whittinger at 877.385.5769.

 The crate engine program came
together with the help of two engine inspectors, the Grandview track tech team
and head tech inspector Ed Scott. The engines ca be rebuilt for approximately
$2,000 to $2,500.

 According to those involved in
planning the engines the two are very strong, durable and will be very
competitive.

 With the torque the new crate
engines will develop Scott and his staff along with speedway management feel
they will be better on restarts and coming off the
turns.

 Anyone with questions may
telephone Ed Scott after 6 p.m. at 610.298.2408 or Cliff Quinn at
484.357.2587.

 ?We feel very strongly that this
engine program will go a long way toward cutting the expenses,? said promoter
Bruce Rogers. ?This is a great first step toward keeping costs under control. We
are excited about this first step.?

 Complete details will be
included in the 2015