STRUNK, UMBENHAUER AND SCHUTZ LEAD POINT STANDINGS AS FOURTH SATURDAY NIGHT OF NASCAR EVENTS SET TO GET GREEN AT GRANDVIEW

BECHTELSVILLE,
PA?~ With four races in the record book nine time track
champion Jeff Strunk is on top of the NASCAR 358 Modified championship standings
with just a 23 point edge over Mike Gular as they head into racing action on
Saturday at Grandview Speedway.

 Chuck Schutz, a six time Late Model champion,
is on top in the chase for that title and has just a 46 point edge over Lou
Egrie Sr. who set out most of last season. Randy Stoudt is third in the point
battle and is just one win away from becoming the all-time leading Late Model
feature winner at Grandview with 59 victories.

Two
time and defending Sportsman champion Jared Umbenhauer is right up in the front
as he has two wins to his credit and leads the standings over Brett Kressley who
has one feature win.

All
the point leaders and challengers will be part of the action packed card of
NASCAR stock car racing set for Grandview Speedway on Saturday (April 26) night
at the one-third-mile, banked clay oval. The tripleheader card of racing,
featuring the 358 Modifieds, Late Models and Sportsman, will get the green at 7
p.m. Spectator gates open at 5 p.m. with the Low Down & Dirty Meet and Greet
at the main gate featuring a driver and car from each
division.

At
least 12 events of racing make up the night of excitement with adult admission
set at $15 while youngsters, 12 and under, admitted FREE. Military personnel
with proper ID are admitted FREE also.

Then
on Sunday, April 27, there will be more action at Grandview Speedway with the
exciting Outlaw Enduros racing at 1 p.m. Adult admission is
$10.

The
Open Wheel Spectacular that is set for Sunday, May 4th is getting a
lot of attention from fans and racers. The American Racing Drivers Club wingless
midgets will see action as will the TSRS 305 sprint cars. Each division will top
off their night with a 25-lap feature after running a series of qualifying
events.

Steve
Drevicki, winner of the ARDC season opener, will be in action as will 2013
champion Trevor Kobylarz, Bruce Buckwalter, Ryan Greth and a host