FOUR DIVISIONS OF AUTO RACING EXCITEMENT AT GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY TONIGHT

With more than a dozen feature winners already this season at Grandview Speedway fans will be anxious to see who will be visiting victory lane in all three of the NASCAR stock car racing divisions that will be in action tonight starting at 7:30 p.m. In addition the always popular Blast from the Past Vintage racers will be showing their talents and giving fans a chance to see what racing was like years back. It is all part of the T.P.Trailers of Limerick, PA Night at Grandview Speedway.

The T.P.Trailers NASCAR Whelen All American Series 358 Modifieds will top the program of stock car racing with more than a dozen racing events being presented. Craig VonDohren is the current Modified point leader but is being challenged by Mike Gular and Jeff Strunk for the lucrative point championships. Jordan Henn leads the Sportsman division and in the BRC Late Models David Ogin sits on top of a five way battle for the point lead. The Modifieds top off their program with 28 cars running in a 30-lap feature while the Late Models and Sportsman each run in 25-lap features.

The Sportsman division has had six different feature winners this season.

And don’t forget the fun and excitement produced by the Blast from the Past Vintage racers recreating racing from yesteryear with race cars built the way they were years back. Always a treat for the fans at no increase in admission price for the fourth division.

Saturday night racing will have a $15 adult admission fee while youngsters under 12 will be able to see the four division show for FREE. Spectator gates open at 5:30 p.m.

For the first time this season there will be no Meet & Greet due to a scheduling conflict. The fan favorite opportunity to meet drivers and see the race cars up close will return on June 18th for BFP Specialties/Bashore Trucking Night with the Sportsman topping the program with their 40-lap main event. The T.P.Trailers Modifieds and BRC Late Models will also be part of the action. Adult admission will be $20 while youngsters 6 through 11 pay just $5 and kids under 6 are admitted free.