BECHTELSVILLE, PA MARCH 2, 2006 . . . Admission ticket prices for Saturday night NASCAR stock car racing events at Grandview Speedway will stay the same in 2006.
 Fans will be able to see a full evening of stock car racing entertainment, usually 15 events of high speed, contact sport competition, for just $12.00. Youngsters six through 11 years of age will be admitted for $5.00 and admission for children under six is FREE when accompanied by a paying adult.
 ?We think this is going to be a big season of exciting competition here at Grandview Speedway,? said event organizer Bruce Rogers. ?We have the makings of a great championship battle in both the NASCAR Modifieds and the Late Models. Keeping the ticket prices affordable will give more people the opportunity to come out and enjoy a great evening of family racertainment.?
 Grandview Speedway continues to offer free parking on the speedway grounds and invites fans to bring their own food and refreshments (no glass bottles) or enjoy the large selection of concession items available at the track.
 Season tickets are available, including a reserved seat, for just $275 and include all the Saturday night events from April through September.
 Each regular Saturday night show of stock car racing will consist of a full series of qualifying events in each division leading up to a 30 lap feature for the Modifieds and a 20 lap main event for the Late Models.
 The 2006 season gets the green flag on Saturday, March 25th, 12 noon with the annual free-to-the-public practice session that affords everyone the opportunity to come out and see the new cars as the racers get them ?tuned up? for the official season opener. The practice is open to all types of race cars.
 Then on Saturday, April 1, 7 p.m. the chase for the lucrative championships gets started. The NASCAR Modifieds will top their program with a 40-lap feature that gives the winner $3,000 and the Late Model racers showcase their talents in a 20-lap main event.
 Racers at Grandview Speedway have the opportunity to earn point fund money, based on their end of the season point standings, from Grandview Speedway and NASCAR (two separate point funds). In addition the Modifieds chase after the Division II NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series title worth $25,000 and the lucrative National title which has paid more than $100,000 in the past.
 Again in 2006 everyone entering the competition area (pits) will be required to have a NASCAR license and the pit admission fee, for regular Saturday night events, will be $25.00.
 Grandview Speedway will be presenting its 44th consecutive season of professional stock car racing with a number of special events included as part of the Saturday night schedule and the popular NAPA Auto Parts Thunder on the Hill Series offered five times during the season.
 Outstanding marketing opportunities are available including event sponsorships, billboard and track magazine advertising; electronic message board exposure and public address announcements. Complete information on marketing through motorsports at Grandview Speedway is available by contacting Ernie Saxton Communications, Inc. at 215.752.7797.
 Grandview Speedway is located on Passmore Road, just off Route 100, in Bechtelsville, PA, 10 miles north of Pottstown. For information telephone 610.754.7688 or check in at their website at www.grandviewspeedway.com.
MEDIA NOTE. If you plan to be a regular at Grandview Speedway in 2006 you will probably want to take advantage of the Season MEDIA Pass. That pass entitles the bearer to admission to all events. If you are only planning to be at the track to cover events from time-to-time please call is in advance of your visit and we will put your name on th