DIRT MODIFIED STANDOUT DANNY JOHNSON IS ENTERED; VONDOHREN GOING FOR SECOND PIONEER POLE BUILDINGS FORREST ROGERS MEMORIAL VICTORY IN A ROW BUT THERE IS PLENTY OF COMPETITION. MODIFIEDS, SPORTSMAN AND LATE MODELS READY FOR ACTION AT GRANDVIEWGrandview PR
BECHTELSVILLE, PA August 13, 2016 . . . Current T.P.Trailers Modified point leader Craig VonDohren will be going after his second straight win in the prestigious Pioneer Pole Buildings Forrest Rogers Memorial tonight at Grandview Speedway.
The veteran driver, the defending point champion, will also be seeking his 100th career Modified win at Grandview as he goes for the rich victory in the $10,000 to win Classic
However in recent events 10 time track champion Jeff Strunk has been impressive pulling off his second win of the season last Saturday night in the T.P.Trailers Modified feature. Mike Gular, without a win so far this season, would love to take the top spot and gain some important championship points as he currently sits second in the standings.
And late Friday afternoon DIRT Modified legend Danny Johnson entered the Forrest Rogers Memorial looking to take the big bucks back to New York.
With just four point races remaining, including tonight, the battle for championships in each division has been very tight. The Sportsman and BRC Late Models will be part of the tripleheader show of NASCAR stock car racing.
Pioneer Pole Buildings sponsored racers will be part of the Low Down and Dirty Radio Meet & Greet and that includes Modified racers VonDohren and Kevin Hirthler, Late Model racer Chuck Schutz and Sportsman talent Brian Hirthler. Start time for the Meet and Greet is 5 p.m.
WNPV-1440AM Radio will be giving away pairs of tickets for the August 21st Verizon IndyCar Series race at Pocono Raceway to lucky fans.
Adult admission is $25 while youngsters 6-11 pay $5 and kids under 6 are admitted free. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. with racing starting at 7:30 p.m.
Advance tickets for the biggest event of the season, the Freedom 76 Classic on September 10, will be available at $35 for adults (on race day the price will be $40), $10 for youngsters 6-11 and kids under 6 are being admitted free.
Lap sponsorships at $20 each are also available for the 46th annual Freedom 76. Interested parties can see Tina Rogers at the pit office or Tommy Kramer at the front gate.
Latest information is available at www.grandviewspeedway.com or telephone 610.754.7688.