BECHTELSVILLE, PA?~ Most racers would be happy
to win one track championship. Jeff Strunk will be honored at the
52nd Annual Grandview Speedway Awards Banquet on Saturday, November
15th for winning his 10th NASCAR Whelen All American
Series 358 Modified track championship. And it is pretty much a given that he
will be shooting for number eleven when the season gets started in April, 2015.
The 2014 title is worth well over $10,000 for Strunk and his car owner with
money coming from both NASCAR and the Rogers family, owners of the

 Grandview Speedway continues to
be one of the only tracks in operation that offers both NASCAR point money and
track point money.

 Duane Howard, a five time track
champion, will be honored as the NASCAR Whelen All American Penna. State
Champion which will reward him with a handsome check and he will receive
accolades as the American Racer Cup Modified champion which earned him and his
car owner $10,000.

 Randy Stoudt, winner of six
feature races during the season, will pick up point money from the track and
NASCAR for earning his second NASCAR Late Model championship at

 And Jared Umbenhauer is being
honored for his third NASCAR Sportsman championship after winning 11 feature
races. Umbenhauer also is the winner of the American Racer Cup Sportsman title
for 2014.

 The champions along with other
top finishers in the point standings in the three divisions of competition that
compete each Saturday at Grandview will pick up their point fund money and
handsome hardware for their efforts. In addition there will be special awards in
all divisions for Most Improved Driver, Rookie of the Year, Sportsmanship and

 Tickets are still available at
$35 each for the November 15th gala being held at the Gilbertsville,
PA Fire Co. Social Hall. Doors will open at 4 p.m. and a country style dinner
will be served at 6 p.m. followed by the awards ceremony and dancing to the
music of a DJ.

 Tickets can be ordered by
telephoning Vicki Gehris at 610.367.2776.

 Fans and racers are reminded
that copies of the Grandview Speedway Freedom 76 Program/Yearbook are still
available for just $6 plus