STRUNK AND SINON AGREE TO END LONG AND SUCCESSFUL RELATIONSHIP

STRUNK AND SINON AGREE TO END LONG AND SUCCESSFUL RELATIONSHIP

 

BLUE BELL, PA DECEMBER 14, 2005 . . . After a three year relationship that included three NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series Modified championships at Grandview Speedway, a Southeast Dirt Series and Race of Champions title, car owner Chad Sinon and driver Jeff Strunk have decided to end their successful relationship.
 ?This is an amicable parting. It is something we have discussed and felt that perhaps we were not on the same page when it came to what we wanted to be doing with the team,? said Sinon. ?This was one of the toughest decisions I have ever had to make. I think that Jeff is an outstanding race driver and I am sure he will continue to be a major force in the sport. We both just feel this is the best step to take at present.?
 Sinon and Strunk will be honored this Saturday, December 17th, at the annual Grandview Speedway Awards Banquet which will take place at the Kutztown, PA Fire Hall. The team earned their third straight NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series Modified Championship and will collect close to $25,000 in point fund money for their title winning efforts.
 Sinon will field three NASCAR Modified stock cars racing at Grandview Speedway in 2006. Five time track champion Craig VonDohren and young talent Ryan Watt fill two of the three seats.
 BPG Racing will also continue to be involved with NASCAR Modified racers Mike Gular, John Willman and Bobby Trapper.
 Additional racing plans for the Sinon backed BPG Racing race teams will be announced once schedules of area tracks and sanctioning organizations are made available.