RCN-TV RETURNS TO GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY FOR 15TH STRAIGHT SEASON OF TV COVERAGE OF SATURDAY NIGHT RACING ACTION

BECHTELSVILLE, PA?~ For the 15th
straight season Lehigh Valley, PA?s RCN-TV will offer television coverage of six
dates of NASCAR sanctioned Saturday night stock car racing at Grandview
Speedway.

 The coverage, shown on a delayed
basis, will be broken up into two programs. Qualifying heat racing action will
be included in one show and the feature races for the NASCAR 358 Modifieds,
Sportsman and BRC Late Models will be shown in a second show. Each show will
offer approximately two hours of coverage and will be shown on two separate
nights during the week following the actual live race
event.

 Included in the schedule of
events to have coverage are April 11, May 16, June 20, July 11, August 8 and
August 15th.

 ?Having the TV coverage gives
our racers the opportunity to race in front of a larger audience,? said promoter
Bruce Rogers. ?The TV exposure also gives racers a great benefit to give to
their sponsors with the increased coverage reaching the large RCN-TV market in
the Lehigh Valley and surrounding areas. I know it is something that our racers
appreciate and we certainly appreciate.?

 The shows include Victory Lane
interviews, current point standings, news from the pit area, highlight video
from ace lens man Gary Silverman, instant replay of key happenings plus this
year there will be all-new GoPro camera
footage.

 Well respected Area Auto Racing
News and Allentown Call writer Randy Kane will once again team up with veteran
broadcaster Mike Feltenberger to provide expert commentary of the
events.

 Grandview Speedway will kick off
their 53rd consecutive season of stock car racing on Saturday, March
28th, 12 noon, with a free-to-the-public practice session featuring
all types of competition.

 The season will officially get
underway with the first NASCAR point events of the season for the 358 Modifieds,
BRC Late Models and Sportsman racers on Saturday, April 4th, 7
p.m.

 Grandview Speedway, a
one-third-mile, banked clay racing facility, is located on Passmore Road, just
off Route 100, 10 miles above Pottstown, PA. Information is available at