HOWARD, PFEIL, B.HIRTHLER AND BAKER WIN SATURDAY NIGHT FEATURE RACES AT GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY

BECHTELSVILLE, PA.?~ For the third time this season
Duane Howard put the Mike Petruska-owned/Atlas Paving No. 66 in victory lane in
the 30-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Modified feature on Saturday night
at Grandview Speedway. Chasing the Oley, Pa racer across the line to be
runner-up two weeks in a row was Meme DeSantis, who also received the Dan?s Deli
?-way leader award. In addition to the top prize money, Howard picked up an
additional $250 from T.P. Trailers, Limerick making for a $2750 pay
day.

Wayne Pfeil chalked ups his second 25-lap NASCAR BRC
Late Model feature victory for his fifth career win at the track by a
comfortable margin over Dan Green. The Mohnton, PA racer also received $100 from
T.P. Trailers.

The 25-lap NASCAR Sportsman feature finally had a
different name in the winner?s circle. Green Lane, PA?s Brian Hirthler,  the 2012 rookie who has suffered through ups
and downs this year, held off all competitors to record his first-ever career
win in which he earnwed an additional $100 from T.P.
Trailers.

Former Reading Fairgrounds modified and sprint racer
Jimmy Baker led from start to finish to win the 15-lap Blast From The Past
Vintage Car feature. Ronnie Peck, a former Grandview late model point champion
won the heat race.

All racing activities were sponsored by PBGW ?
Pritchard, Bieler, Graver and Willison.

 Coming up on
Saturday, June 21st, 7:30 p.m. a fantastic doubleheader show featuring the
exciting URC sprinters and NASCAR 358 Modifieds. The night is sponsored by
RCN-TV and will be taped by RCN for showing at a later date. Great exposure for
sponsors. Adult admission is $25, youngsters 6 through 12 pay $5 and kids under
6 are admitted FREE.

 And on
Sunday, June 22, 7:30 p.m. the TSRS Winged Sprinters and ARDC Wingless Midgets
will be featured in the first Open Wheel Spectacular of the season. The top
talents of each organization will be seen in a full series of qualifying events
leading up to 25-lap features for both divisions. Adult admission is $15 while
youngsters 6 through 12 pay $5 and under 6 are admitted FREE. A Low Down &
Dirty internet radio show sponsored Meet and Greet at the main gate at 5 p.m.
will feature drivers and cars from each
organization.

  At the start of the 30-Modified
feature Mike Laise jumped into the early lead followed by Chris Gambler, Ron
Seltmann Jr., Todd Smith and Kyle Borror.

Borror stopped on the backstretch for the first yellow
on lap three that ended his night. Laise was still first on the restart, but now
DeSantis was pressuring him.