BECHTELSVILLE, PA?~ When there is extra money up
for grabs the racers will be on top of their game to make sure they have an
opportunity to take home the big bucks at Grandview Speedway. This Saturday,
April 11th, the NASCAR 358 Modifieds will be battling for in excess
of $3,000 to win the 35-lap main event. Actual racing starts at 7


 Duane Howard, coming off an
impressive opening night victory, will be looking to pad his wallet with a
second win at the Berks County clay oval. In addition to the $3,000 first place
money posted by the track there will be a $250 bonus from T.P. Trailers of
Limerick and a $150 VP Racing Fuels product award for the winner provided they
meet the requirements of the special award sponsors.


 Howard will have plenty of
competition as Craig VonDohren tries to move up a position from his second place
finish of last Saturday. Meme DeSantis was strong in the opener as he unveiled
his new Norm Hansell mount to grab third. Others who performed well on opening
night were Frank Cozze, Mike Kellner, Mike Gular, Doug Manmiller and others and
they will all be back to try for a win in the rich 35-lap feature. Defending
track champion Jeff Strunk was forced out of action late in the opening night
action costing him a top finishing spot. He will be looking to change that this
Saturday night.


 Again this Saturday the BRC Late
Models and Sportsman stock cars will be back in action producing another
exciting tripleheader show of NASCAR stock car racing. A full series of
qualifying events will lead up to the feature races for the top


 Adult admission for the special
night of tripleheader racing action is $20 with youngsters 5 through 11 paying
$5 and kids under 5 are admitted FREE. Active military are welcomed at Grandview
and are admitted free with proper military


 As will happen each Saturday
night the Low Down and Dirty Meet & Greet will feature racers from each
division in the main gate area at 5 p.m. when the spectator gates are opened.
This Saturday last week?s Late Model feature winner Wayne Pfeil will be there to
greet fans along with Mike Kellner and Jason Neidlinger. A great opportunity for
photos, autographs and up close look at the race cars. Actual racing action
starts at 7 p.m.