BECHTELSVILLE, PA?~ There seems to have been some
confusion amongst racers planning to race at NASCAR sanctioned Grandview
Speedway this season regarding the use of correct

 Effective immediately racers
will be permitted to use BGP stamped American Racer tires that they have on
hand. Once their supply of BGP stamped tires is exhausted racers will be
required to use only American Racer tires that carry the ?GVIEW?

 Grandview management has told
tire suppliers that effective immediately only ?GVIEW? stamped American Racer
tires should be sold to racers planning to use them in competition at

 ?We apologize for the confusion
regarding the proper tire to be used at Grandview,? said Tina Rogers, speaking
for the Rogers family, operators of Grandview Speedway. ?We felt that we had
handled the tire situation by allowing racers to use the BGP stamped tires
throughout the 2014 season. Unfortunately, we found some of our racers still
have some of the tires that were purchased late in the year. In fairness to them
we will permit them to be used until their supply is exhausted. We encourage all
racers when purchasing tires to purchase ?GVIEW? stamped tires.

 The 2015 season, the
53rd consecutive season of stock car racing, gets the started on
Saturday, March 28th at noon with the running of the annual
free-to-the-public practice session. All types of racers are welcome to take
part in the test and tune session which gives fans a chance to see what their
favorite racer will be driving during the 2015 season.

 The very next day, Sunday, March
29th, the excitement of Enduro racing action will be seen starting at
1 p.m.

 Officially, the chase for the
lucrative track and NASCAR point funds, will get the green on Saturday, April
4th at 7 p.m. when a tripleheader show will feature the NASCAR 358
Modifieds, BRC Late Models and Sportsman stock cars. Gates open at 5 p.m. Adult
admission for regular events will be $15 while youngsters 11 and under are
admitted FREE. There is always free parking on the speedway

 Those planning to enter the pit
area are reminded that a NASCAR license is