TIM BUCKWALTER RECORDS FIRST GRANDVIEW MODIFIED VICTORY, STOUDT AND UMBENHAUER ARE REPEAT FEATURE WINNERS

BECHTELSVILLE, PA.?~? Tim Buckwalter, an ARDC midget racing standout
has won several midget features at Grandview Speedway, but he had never won a
30-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series 358 Modified feature until Saturday
night in the activities sponsored by Hatfield Quality Meats and televised by
RCN-TV 4. Point leader Randy Stoudt topped the field in the 25-lap BRC Late
Model feature race while Jared Umbenhauer continued his record setting pace
winning the 25-lap Sportsman feature race for his ninth win of the
season.

 NASCAR stock
car racing returns to Grandview Speedway on Saturday, July 26th with
the Atlas Paving Co. Night featuring the Pepsi-Bashore Challenge, one on one
Modified racing, along with the regular NASCAR 358 Modified, BRC Late Model and
Sportsman racing action at 7:30 p.m. When spectator gates open at 5:30 p.m. fans
are invited to the weekly Low Down and Dirty Meet & Greet featuring Modified
standout Duane Howard along with father and son Late Model racers Lou Egrie
Sr.& Jr. Again this week fans will have the opportunity to win tickets to
NASCAR racing events at Pocono Raceway on August 2nd and
3rd which will feature the GoBowling 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup race.
Tickets are courtesy of WNPV-1440 AM radio and Pocono
Raceway.

Buckwalter, the 2013 Modified rookie, teamed up with
Jerry and Linda Rogue for the season to drive their No. 22. Several weeks ago
after the car was destroyed when Duane Howard landed on top of his car in the
homestretch melee, the team took some time off, got a new frame and returned to
action. They struggled a while, but had the car in top notch running order on
Saturday night and his ?dream finally came true? ? he got to victory lane in the
division. He thanked all his sponsors for sticking with them and making
everything possible. He now has three more wins to go to tie his father Rick in
the career win list. The Royersford racer collected a $2900 payday which
included $250 from T.P. Trailers and a $150 product award from VP Racing
Fuels.

Allentown radio personality Bobby Gunther Walsh led
for the first ten laps before Kyle Weiss spun in the second turn for the first
caution. On the restart Buckwalter put the H.G. Associates powered mount at the
head of the pack.

Buckwalter quickly built up a comfortable margin by
the Dan?s Deli ?-way leader bonus over second through fifth-place runners
Gunther Walsh, Jon Kellner, Mike Laise and Jordan
Umbenhauer.

Four-time feature winner Doug Manmiller spun in the
fourth turn for the second and final caution on the 20th lap to erase
Buckwalter?s commanding lead. Buckwalter hung tough and held onto the lead when
action resumed, but now Kellner, Umbenhauer, Craig VonDohren and Laise were in
pursuit. Trying to get into a top five spot was last week?s feature winner Duane
Howard and he did on the 23rd lap.

Kellner and VonDohren battled for second for four laps
before VonDohren finally cleared him with one