MIKE KELLNER BECOMES 10TH MODIFIED FEATURE WINNER OF THE SEASON AT GRANDVIEW, DAVID OGIN GETS HIS FIRST CAREER LATE MODEL WIN AND LILICK VISITS VICTORY LANE FOR SECOND TIME

BECHTELSVILLE, PA.?~ Mike Kellner, the Grandview Speedway 2014 Modified rookie, has been
having a rather bleak season experiencing his shares of ups and down. Saturday
night the sophomore racer turned the tables on what seems to have become his
lucky weekend. Last year Kellner scored his first career T.P.Trailers 358
Modified win on the same weekend after switching over to the Modified class from
the Late Model division where he had won 30 features. Kellner became the
10th different Modified feature winner of the
season.

 The win in the TP Trailers NASCAR Whelen 358
Modified feature sponsored by Henning Trains and Henning Motorsports and
broadcast by RCN TV, Allentown didn?t come easy. Kellner had to deal with lapped
cars plus his own overheating family owned #57 with five laps to go. ?I was
worried about the cars catching me, and the overheating problem, but I just held
my line and the win feels great,? commented an elated Kellner in victory lane.
He also earned extra monetary prizes from T.P. Trailers and the Dan?s Deli ?-way
hoagie award. A product award was available from VP Racing Fuels if he met their
award criteria.

Dave Ogin
has come close on numerous occasions to winning a 25-lap BRC NASCAR Late Model
feature, but always fell short. The Bechtelsville native was finally able to win
his first career feature to become the eighth different winner in the division.
He had so many people to thank he extended a huge thank-you to everyone that
helps him.

Ryan Lilick
went off on a tow truck last week, but after three solid days of everyone
pitching in to repair the car, the team was ready to go. He made some daring
move along the backstretch for the lead and went on to become the fifth repeat
winner in the 25-lap NASCAR Sportsman feature and 10th different
winner.

 RCN-TV Night is next up at Grandview with
the NASCAR T.P.Trailers 358 Modifieds, BRC Late Models and Sportsman stock cars
in action on Saturday, August 22nd, 7:30 p.m. RCN has videotaped several
Saturday night events for late week showing and have been doing that for a
number of years giving the sport and its sponsors a great amount of exposure. In
addition Ingersoll Rand will award a $600 IR tool pack to each NASCAR feature
winner. The Blast From the Past Vintage Racers will also be in
action.

 And on Sunday, August 23rd, 1
p.m. the Outlaw Enduro racers will be in action along with the Blast From the
Past Vintage Racers.

Modified
action saw Kellner, who started on the pole, maintain the lead at the start, but
neither Eric Biehn, Mike Laise, Ryan Grim nor Meme DeSantis gave