SPORTSMAN IN THE SPOTLIGHT ON SATURDAY AT GRANDVIEW, MODIFIEDS AND BRC LATE MODELS MAKE UP REST OF BASHORE TRUCKING-BFP SPECIALTY NIGHT

BECHTELSVILLE, PA?~ Just 14 points separate point
leader Jeff Strunk from challenger Duane Howard in the chase for the lucrative
NASCAR Whelen All American Series 358 Modified championship chase at Grandview
Speedway.

 The battle
continues on Saturday, June 28th when Bashore Trucking-BFP
Specialties sponsor a tripleheader show that will see the NASCAR Modifieds,
Sportsman and BRC Late Models in action starting at 7:30 p.m. Highlighting the
show is the 40-lap Sportsman main event that will reward the winner with $1,500
plus bonus bucks from T.P. Trailers. Point leader Jared Umbenhauer, winner of
five feature races this season, will battle Brett Kressley and a host of others
for the lucrative victory.

 All three
divisions will be featured in qualifying heat races leading up to a 30-lap
feature for the Modifieds, 25-lap feature for the Late Models and 40-lap main
event for the Sportsman stock cars.

 As is the
norm on Saturday nights a Low Down and Dirty Meet & Greet will be presented
just as the main gate is opening for spectators at 5:30 p.m. Headlining the Meet
& Greet will be seven time Modified champion Craig VonDohren, two time
Sportsman champion Jared Umbenhauer and Sportsman talent Ken Eckert. In addition
1994 Grandview Modified champion Davey Wenger will be meeting fans and signing
autographs.

 Eckert
supports the Ruth Steinert Memorial SPCA located in Pine Grove, PA. He will have
the SPCA mascot dog ?Rocket? on hand to meet fans. Rocket is a unique dog in
that he needs a wheelchair to get around. There will be a Ruth Steinert Memorial
SPCA Tool Box Raffle going on with tickets being sold for $3 each or two for $5.
The winner will receive a multi-use tool box filled with $70 worth of lottery
tickets and two passes to a future event at Grandview
Speedway.

 By the way
?Rocket? often has a donation bag around his neck and appreciates donations to
help with his medical care and feeding.

 Adult
admission for the Saturday, June 28th tripleheader is $20 while
youngsters 6 through 12 pay just $5 and kids under 6 are admitted
free.

 Coming up on
Tuesday, July 1, 7:30 p.m. is the Pennsylvania Sprint Speed Week 410 sprint
series and Race of Champions Modifieds sponsored by Pioneer Pole
Buildings.

 And on
Saturday, July 5th the BRC Late Models will be in the limelight with
their Firecracker 40 rewarding the winner with $2,000 plus bonus bucks from
T.P.Trailers. The NASCAR 358 Modifieds and Sportsman will be a part of the
action along with an exciting Holiday Fireworks show. Adult admission will be
$25 whi