VP FUELS, BOBBY GUNTHER WALSH, AREA AUTO RACING NEWS AND MOTORSPORTS 2014 ADD PERKS TO BPG RACING FREEDOM 76 CLASSIC AT GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAYGrandview PR
August 29, 2013 . . . There will be $25,000 waiting for the winner of the BPG
Racing Freedom 76 Modified Classic at Grandview Speedway on Saturday, September
14th. In addition there will be extra cash and perks for the winner
and others competing in the 76-lap event on the Berks County one-third-mile,
banked clay oval. The event is expected to attract some of the top names in the
sport to participate.
VP Racing Fuels, already a big
supporter of racing at Grandview, has announced that they will provide a
5-gallon pail of SEF 94 four cycle product or SEF 50:1 premixed, ready for use
fuel for two cycle engines qualified racers. SEF is available through Cabela?s,
many small engine shops and VP race fuel
To qualify for the award, each car
must have VP?s 5×7 racing fuel decal clearly visible on both sides of the race
car and a VP 3×4 patch on the uniform.
VP had earlier posted $950 worth of
VP Fuel product to the top three finishers that are using their racing
Veteran racer Bobby Gunther Walsh
has announced that he is posting $250 for the Hard Charger in the 76-lap race.
The sponsorship is made possible by the many sponsors that are involved with the
Walsh racing effort.
Motorsports 2014, a race car and
trade show, presented at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA,
January 10-12, is posting $29 for the leader of Lap 29 in recognition of the
show?s 29th year. The show,
which offers attendees the opportunity to see just about everything imaginable
in motorsports, is posting $100 for the leader at the half-way mark. During the
September 14th race day there will be $1 off coupons for the show
available at a first turn area display.
Area Auto Racing News, celebrating
their 51st year of operation, is posting $51 for the leader of Lap 51
and they will have $63 for the leader of Lap 63 recognizing the year AARN
started. The weekly auto racing tabloid is now available to subscribers on-line
at 6 a.m. each Tuesday morning as a free