VonDohren Scores Sixth Forrest Rogers Memorial Victory, Stoudt and Weiss Are Also Grandview NASCAR Feature Winners

BECHTELSVILLE, PA.?~ Craig VonDohren, the
current T.P. Trailers Modified point leader, behind the wheel of his K.L.Harring
Transportation/Pioneer Pole Buildings sponsored No. 1C, made some daring moves
to get to the front of the pack from his 14th starting berth in the 45th annual
Forrest Rogers Memorial presented by Pioneer Pole Buildings 50-lap T.P. Trailers
NASCAR Whelen Modified feature on Saturday night at Grandview Speedway. The race
also videotaped for future broadcast by RCN TV, Allentown. He put the Nick Gatto
powered mount into second on the 19th lap and coming off the fourth turn dove
underneath Eric Biehn to become the new leader. VonDohren dealt with heavy
lapped traffic in the later stages that allowed to competition to close the gap,
but he kept everyone at bay and went on to score his third win of the season and
become the sixth winner of the event. In addition to the $10,000 payday he
received a monetary award from T.P. Trailers, products from VP Fuel for running
gas plus earned a guaranteed starting berth in the 45th Annual
Freedom 76 on September 12 which offers $25,000 to the
winner.

Randy
Stoudt, the defending Late Model point champion, chalked up his fourth BRC
NASCAR 20-lap feature as he finished ahead of current point leader Chuck
Schutz.

In NASCAR
Sportsman competition another new name was added to the winners list when Sean
Weiss led from start to finish in the 25-lap event. His first career win didn?t
come easily since he had to hold off all challengers before before claiming the
top prize.

 Coming up on Saturday, August
15th will be the Henning Trains/Henning Motorsports Night with Lionel posting
three Lionel ?new state of the art? PRR train sets and some NASCAR 1:64
collectibles to be given out via a raffle for youngsters in the stands. And the
?Lansdale Cannoneers Sportsman Club? will be tossing adult sized Henning
Motorsports t-shirts with winners invited to victory lane for a quick photo
session.

 Late Model driver Bill Henning
will be celebrating his birthday and Henning Trains will be having an early 75th
anniversary celebration. The Lansdale, PA based business will reach 75
officially in October.

 The night of racing will feature
the T.P.Trailers NASCAR 358 Modifieds, BRC Late Models and Sportsman stock cars.
Racing starts at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is $15 while youngsters 11 and under
are admitted free.

  Ryan Kunkle led the Modified
race for four laps before Biehn passed him on the fifth lap restart needed for a
backstretch involving Doug Manmiller and Jordan
Umbenhauer.