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STILL MORE RACING ON THE SCHEDULE AT GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY, COPIES OF ANNUAL YEARBOOK/FREEDOM 76 PROGRAM STILL AVAILABLE
Thursday, September 19, 2013

BECHTELSVILLE, PA  When Jeff Strunk won the 43rd Annual BPG Racing Freedom 76 Modified race at Grandview Speedway on Saturday, September 14th, taking home more than $27,000, he pretty much brought an end to the regular weekly racing season at the NASCAR sanctioned Bechtelsville racing facility. However there are still a few special events.

 That very same night Duane Howard, winner of nine NASCAR 358 Modified feature races at Grandview this season, was presented with a check in the amount of $10,000 for being the overall champion of the American Racer Cup Series. Howard also collected additional cash as the Grandview winner of the American Racer Cup.

 When the top performers are honored at the annual awards banquet set for November 16th champion Craig VonDohren will pick up well in excess of $10,000 for his championship efforts from both NASCAR and the track owners Bruce and Theresa Rogers. Just shows that racers competing at Grandview are competing for some serious cash. Those wishing to attend the banquet can get information from Vicki Gehris at 610.367.2776.

 TP Trailers in Limerick has added to the weekly cash offerings with bonuses for the winners in all three divisions provided they are carrying TP decals on both sides of the car. And VP Fuels continued to offer lucrative product certificates to the top finishers in each division that used the VP racing gasoline.

 Some special events still to go in the season includes the October 5th Outlaw Enduro which will feature 200-lap features for the big cars and the small cars plus racing for the Blast from the Past Vintage Cars which will allow racers from other clubs to participate. There will be a couple bicycles given away to youngsters. Racing will start at 7 p.m. Adult admission is just $10 with kids 12 and under admitted free.

 On Saturday, October 19th the annual Halloween Thunder on the Hill events will be presented with five 25-lap features being presented that will include racing for the 358 Modifieds, Sportsman, URC Sprints, ARDC midgets and Legends cars. In addition there will be a demo derby and a Vinceís Towing race for owners of race cars. It all starts at 6 p.m.

 And on Sunday, November 10, 7 a.m. Grandview will be hosting their annual Flea Market that gives racers a chance to sell some of their old equipment. In addition there will be a variety of vendors on hand offering memorabilia and collectables. No charge to attend. 

 Fans and racers wanting to obtain a copy of the 48-page BPG Racing Freedom 76 Program/Grandview Speedway Yearbook will be happy to know there are still copies available. The book includes eight pages of color photos, great composite color shots of the champions, champion stories by Brett Deyo and Randy Kane, a Freedom 76 history, recap of the season, point standings, feature winners list since 1963, Ernie Saxton writes about his departure as track announcer after 45 years, old timerís page and much, much more. The book is priced at $9 including shipping and handling. Send check to ESC, Inc. 1448 Hollywood Avenue, Langhorne, PA 19047. Credit cards (Visa and MC) can be used when ordering two or more of the books at 215.752.7797.

 Information on racing at Grandview Speedway is available at www.grandviewspeedway.com or telephone 610.754.7688.

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