MANMILLER WINS FIFTH OF THE SEASON IN MODS AT GRANDVIEW, STOUDT AND KRESSLEY ARE ALSO MULTI TIME FEATURE WINNERS

BECHTELSVILLE, PA.?~ For the fifth time this
season Doug Manmiller was able to wheel to victory in the 30-lap Bernheisel Race
Components Night NASCAR Whelen 358 Modified feature race at Grandview Speedway
on Saturday night. Brett Kressley, currently second in the Sportsman standings,
was able to drive to victory in the 25-lap Sportsman feature race giving the
young racer his fourth victory of the season. Current point leader Randy Stoudt
charged to his sixth win of the season taking the victory in the special 30-lap
Bernheisel Racing Components Late Model feature
race.

 Coming up on Saturday, September
6th, 7:30 p.m. Green Lane Wm. Penn and Four Star Lettering present a
tripleheader show of NASCAR 358 Modifieds, Late Models and Sportsman stock cars.
It will be the final NASCAR Whelen All American Series point races of the
season. Many of the Modified talents will be using this final point race as
tune-up for the September 13th $25,000 to win Freedom 76
Classic.

Doug
Manmiller was on a winning streak in the beginning of the 2014 Grandview
Speedway season and suddenly the Josh Biever owned No. 46 team hit a dry spell
as the others got better. Saturday night, ?The Handler? started in the lucky 13
starting spot, was running second by the 17th lap and in first on the 22nd lap
when he passed race leader Tim Buckwalter. Shut out of the win column since June
21, Manmiller continued his pace until he won his fifth 30-lap NASCAR Whelen
All-American Series Modified feature for a $2,900 payoff which included $250
from T.P. Trailers, Limerick and $150 in race products from VP Fuels for running
VP gas.

Tommy
Scheetz overtook Bobby Gunther-Walsh for the lead at the second lap marker and
held that spot until the 12th lap restart needed when Todd Smith jolted the
fourth turn wall and stopped along the homestretch for the yellow. He was
uninjured, however, the car was badly damaged. When action resumed Buckwalter
shot into first in quest of his second win of the year with John Willman,
Manmiller, Scheetz III and Ryan Grim in tow.

Manmiller
battled Willman a few laps before he cleared him for the runner-up spot on the
17th lap and took chase after Buckwalter.

Buckwalter
held the high groove while Manmiller was on the move on the bottom lane since
his car worked ?best? there as the track was good down low and he reeled him in
by the 20th lap.

The race
saw the fourth different leader when Manmiller motored to the front on the 22nd
lap.

The battle
for positions was a highly contested one in the later stages o