VP FUELS, BOBBY GUNTHER WALSH, AREA AUTO RACING NEWS AND MOTORSPORTS 2014 ADD PERKS TO FREEDOM 76 CLASSIC AT GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY

BECHTELSVILLE, PA?~ There will be $25,000 waiting for the winner of the
 Freedom 76 Modified Classic at Grandview
Speedway on Saturday, September 13th. 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
many of the top names in the dirt track modified stock car racing to
participate.

 Racing action will get the green at
7 p.m. Adult admission is $35 while youngsters 6 through 12 pay $10 and kids
under 6 are admitted FREE.

 VP Racing Fuels, already a big
supporter of racing at Grandview, has announced that they are posting $950 in
product awards for the top three finishers that are using VP racing gasoline. VP
will give $500 worth of product to the top finisher with $250 going to the
second best finisher followed by $200 worth of product for the third best
finisher.

 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.

 Veteran racer Bobby Gunther Walsh
has announced that he is posting $300 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.

 T.P.Trailers of Limerick, PA, a huge
supporter of stock car racing at Grandview, is posting a $200 Hard Luck
Award.

  Pioneer Pole Building”s Motorsports 2015, a
race car and trade show, presented at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in
Oaks, PA, January 23-25, is posting $30 for the leader of Lap 30 in recognition
of the show?s 30th 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 13th race day, fans can meet Ms. Motorsports 2014 Cassi Pinder who
will be hand giving away $1 off coupons for the
show!

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