BECHTELSVILLE, PA February 22, 2008 . . . ?It is going to be an exciting season of auto racing at Grandview Speedway as we present a variety of different types of racing as part of our 46th consecutive season, ? said track promoter Bruce Rogers. ?There will be something for everyone as we offer everything from NASCAR Modifieds and Late Models to sprint cars and more.?
 Close to three dozen events of auto racing competition will be presented kicking off with the free-to-the-public practice session on Saturday, March 29th starting at noon.
 ?The practice session is a long time tradition at Grandview and it offers the opportunity for racers to test and tune their equipment before the season gets the green flag officially,? said track public relations director Ernie Saxton. ?People coming out for the practice day get to see a lot of action for FREE and they get to see a variety of race cars including Legends, Modifieds, Sprints, Midgets, Late Models, Speedsters and more.?
 The 2008 season officially gets started on Saturday, April 5th with a doubleheader show that will feature a 40-lapper for the NASCAR Modified stock cars and a 20-lap main event for the NASCAR Late Models. Racing will start at 7 p.m.
 The NASCAR Modifieds and Late Models will be part of the action on just about every Saturday night with the Legends stock cars being added for about a dozen dates and the 600 Modifieds included for several shows. In addition there will be a couple appearances by the Speedsters.
 United Racing Company sprint cars will be part of the Saturday night action for two dates in 2008.
 The always exciting Thunder on the Hill promotion, created by Bob Miller and Bruce Rogers,  will feature the sprints, midgets, DIRT Modifieds, and other attractions in special midweek shows.
 A complete schedule of events for 2008 can be found at
 Money saving season passes are available for all the Saturday events and include a reserved seat. For race information and season passes telephone 610.754.7688.
 Marketing through NASCAR motorsports opportunities are available by telephoning Ernie Saxton at 215.752.7797 or e-mail Grandview Speedway offers event sponsorships, billboard and track magazine advertising plus other marketing opportunities.
 Grandview Speedway is a one-third-mile, banked clay oval located on Passmore Road in Bechtelsville, PA just off Route 100, 10 miles north of Pottstown.