TSRS 305 SPRINT CARS AND SPORTSMAN FEATURED IN A SPECIAL SUNDAY NIGHT DOUBLEHEADER AT GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY, AUGUST 25TH

BECHTELSVILLE, PA
~ For the very first time the TriState RaceSaver Series
(TSRS) 305 Sprint cars will be seen in action at Grandview Speedway on Sunday,
August 25th. Joining the exciting sprint cars will be Sportsman stock
cars with racing scheduled to start at 7 p.m.

 ?All of us involved with the TSRS
sprinters are very excited about the opportunity to race at Grandview, ? said
organization president Joe Grandinetti. ? It is a great track for sprint cars
and we are anticipated at least three dozen sprinters to be on hand for first
time appearance.?

 Heading up the list of sprint car
racers is defending TSRS champion Mike Haggenbottom along with a large number of
other regulars. The former URC sprint champion is quite familiar with the high
banks of Grandview and that should make him an early race
favorite.

 The Sportsman stock car portion of
the doubleheader will be open to Sportsman racers from area tracks and the
winner goes home with $700.

 ?Our regular Sportsman put on a
great show here each Saturday night,? said track owner Bruce Rogers. ?We
anticipate that with some visitors that do not normally run here we should have
some action packed stock car racing events.?

 Adult admission for the Sunday
special will be $16 while youngsters 12 and under will be admitted free.
Admission to the pits will be $30 and there will be no NASCAR license
required.

 Pits will open at 2 p.m. while main
spectator gates will be open at 5 p.m. for racing starting at 7
p.m.

 Additional information on racing at
Grandview Speedway can be found at www.grandviewspeedway.com. Telephone
610.754.7688. Grandview information can also be found at
www.facebook.com/grandviewspeedwayinc or on Twitter
@gviewspeedway