SATURDAY NIGHT QUICK RESULTS FROM GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY
VONDOHREN CLAIMS FORREST ROGERS MEMORIAL AND MORE THAN $10,000 AT GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY SATURDAY NIGHT; DYLAN SWINEHART WINS FIRST SPORTSMAN FEATURE AND RON KLINE WINS LATE MODEL FEATURE FOR SECOND WEEK IN A ROW
Bechtelsville, PA August 13, 2016 . . . For the second straight year current T.P.Trailers Modified champion Craig VonDohren, the defending track champion, was able to drive his Pioneer Pole Buildings sponsored Modified to victory in the 50-lap Pioneer Pole Buildings Forrest Rogers Memorial earning more than $10,000 on Saturday night at Grandview Speedway. VonDohren also earned $250 from T.P.Trailers and $150 in product from VP Racing Fuels. Young Dylan Swinehart, one of the rising young talents at Grandview, drove to his first career feature win in the 25-lap NASCAR Sportsman feature and veteran Ron Kline won the 25-lap BRC Late Model feature for the second week in a row.
Mike Gular kept the Modified point battle close as he finished second to VonDohren and held on to his second place in the track and NASCAR point standings. Brett Kressley came home third followed by Ray Swinehart and Jeff Strunk.
; Finishing behind Swinehart in the Sportsman feature with an impressive effort was Ryan Higgs. Craig Whitmoyer earned third with fourth and fifth spots going to Jim Housworth and veteran Steve Young.
Brian Shuey was able to grab second behind Kline in the Late Model feature while Wayne Pfeil took third. Cory Merkel finished fourth followed by point leader Chuck Schutz.
Tony Stewart’s All Star Circuit of Champions 410 Sprint racers will be in action on Thursday, August 18th at 7:30 p.m. and will feature some of the best Sprint car talents in the nation. The TSRS 305 Sprints will also be part of the Thunder on the Hill event.
Henning’s Trains of Lansdale will have some Lionel trains to give away to lucky youngsters on Saturday, August 20th. Racing will feature the NASCAR T.P.Trailers 358 Modifieds, BRC Late Models and Sportsman. Only three nights of point racing remain in the chase for the lucrative track and NASCAR championships.
Advance tickets for the 46th Annual Freedom 76, set for September 10, will continue to be on sale. Advance tickets are priced at $35 while tickets purchased on race day will cost $40. Advance ticketholders will be admitted 30-minutes before those purchasing tickets at the event. Youngsters 6 through 11 pay $10 and kids under six are admitted free.
FROM: Ernie Saxton for Grandview Speedway
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