THE SNOW WILL DISAPPEAR AND THE RACING SEASON WILL OPEN ON MARCH 29TH AT GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY

BECHTELSVILLE,
PA?~ Raise your hand if you think the snow should be gone.
Auto racing fans throughout the area are anxious to see the snow disappear and
racing get the green flag. The Rogers family, operators of Grandview Speedway,
are looking forward to snow being gone and work starting on the one-third-mile,
banked clay track to get it ready for the free-to-the-public practice session
set for Saturday, March 29th starting at
noon.

 On that day all divisions of racing
are invited to participate in the afternoon practice session that will give fans
a chance to see what the race teams will have ready for the 2014 season and the
racers will have the chance to test and tune their equipment so it is ready for
the official season opener.

 And the season opener at Grandview
Speedway will be a tripleheader show featuring the NASCAR 358 Modifieds, Late
Models and Sportsman with a 7 p.m. starting time on Saturday, April 5. Again
this season TP Trailers of Limerick, PA will be paying bonuses to the feature
winners in each division provided they are displaying the TP decals clearly
visible.

 On Sunday, April 6th, 1
p.m. the Enduro racers will be in action with one of their exciting action
packed events.

 Then on Saturday, April
12th, fans will be treated to a double feature program of NASCAR 358
Modifieds along with racing for the Late Models and Sportsman. The Modifieds
will participate in two 20-lap feature races.

 The first of the special TSRS 305
Sprints and ARDC Midgets doubleheader shows will take place on Sunday, May
4th. The Open Wheel Spectacular will have a 7:30 p.m. starting time.
The Open Wheel doubleheaders will be presented four times during the
season.

 The 2014 season looks to be one of the
busiest ever presented at the Bechtelsville oval.

 Season tickets that cover all Saturday
night events, April through September, are available for $350 and include a