It is getting close to the midway point of the season and that means each finishing position is more important to the racers as they battle for positions in the Grandview Speedway season point standings.

A tripleheader show of racing featuring the T.P.Trailers Modifieds, T.P.Truck Equipment Sportsman and Outlaw Series Vintage Racers will have racers battling for each and every position in an effort to gain those all important points in an effort to improve their point position or hold on to their position in the standings. And adults get to see it all for just $15 while youngsters 11 and under are admitted free.

Dads are invited to get to the main gate early so they have a shot at collecting one of the 50 special gifts being given to the first 50 dads to arrive. And the oldest and youngest dad will receive two free passes.

 Sportsman racers will be using this night of racing as a chance to tune up for the big Firecracker 40 schedule for July 3rd that will reward the winner with $2,000. The Saturday night Meet & Greet will feature “The Ultimate Underdog” John Willman with his Modified, Sportsman racer Dylan Hoch and Outlaw Vintage Denise Hall. The very popular session gets underway at 5 p.m. and gives fans a chance to meet racers, take photos, collect autographs and get a very close view of the race cars.

Racers are asked to have their cars in the pits no later than 6 p.m.

Fans going to Pocono or watching the two days of Cup racing, June 26 and 27, on TV should keep an eye out for the Menards Ryan Blaney entry carrying the Grandview Speedway name on it as part of the continuing Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series NASCAR promotion.

And on Tuesday, June 29th another exciting Thunder On The Hill Series featuring the Pennsylvania 410 Sprint Speedweek with the Hodnett Cup paying $10,000 to win plus 358 Modifieds.

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