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Press Release
Sunday, September 30, 2012

LANGHORNE, PA  “The requests for copies of the BPG Racing Freedom 76 Grandview Speedway Yearbook/Program have continued to come in,” said program book publisher Ernie Saxton.
The 52-page book, with 10 pages of color and a two page insert that lists the lap sponsors and other information, sold out before the first qualifying heat race of the $50,000 to win BPG Racing Freedom 76 Modified Classic at Grandview Speedway had been run.
Included in the book is stories on the 50 season history of the track by Randy Kane, the history of the BPG Racing Freedom 76 by Tammy Auman, stories on the various champions (Duane Howard, Chuck Schutz and Jared Umbenhauer) including large color photos, complete point standings for all divisions, a list of feature winners going back to the opening of the track, a large number of historic photos and much, much more.
Area Auto Racing News writer Debbie Smith wrote, “Ernie and Marilyn Saxton produced a beautiful 50th Anniversary Commemorative Program for the BPG Racing Freedom 76, loaded with color photos and facts and figures from Grandview’s fifty year (season) history.”
Arrangements have been made to have a limited number of reprints done of the book and those copies will be available for just $10 (including postage and handling). Checks can be sent, payable to Ernie Saxton, at 1448 Hollywood Avenue, Langhorne, PA 19047.
Credit card orders can be placed at (Florida number) 386.677.5152 or on Saxton’s cell phone at 267.934.7286. Visa and Mastcard are accepted.
Once the new reprint supply has been exhausted there will no additional reprints.
“We, all of us involved with the BPG Racing Freedom 76 and the program book are so happy that it was such a huge success,” said publisher Saxton. “It is exciting to us to have so much interest that we need to reprint the book.”