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BOB HILBERT SPORTSWEAR NIGHT AT GRANDVIEW SATURDAY FEATURES MODIFIED AND SPORTSMAN DOUBLE-HEADER, GIVEAWAYS, $5.00 T-SHIRTS

BECHTELSVILLE, PA. – This Saturday night Grandview Speedway will present another NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Racing Series program as part of the 60th season anniversary celebration.

The race program this Saturday, August 6 will feature a double-header with the T.P. Trailer NASCAR Modifieds and T.P. Truck Equipment NASCAR Sportsman participating in qualifying events leading to the 30-lap T.P. Trailer Modified feature and the 25-lap T.P. Truck Equipment Sportsman main event, all getting started at 7:30 pm.

Pit gates will open at 4 pm. with grandstand gates opening at 5:30 pm. and warm-ups will be starting at 6:30 pm. Adult grandstand admission is $18, while children ages 11 and under are admitted free of charge.

The night of racing will be known as Do It in the Dirt Night featuring Bob Hilbert Sportswear as the race night sponsor celebrating the very first tee shirt that Bob Hilbert made and sold at the speedway, he first sold tee shirts at, Grandview Speedway.

It all started with a one-color tee shirt called “Do It in the Dirt” at Grandview Speedway 50 years ago. That was the start of what we now know as Bob Hilbert Sportswear. Growing up as a race fan, Bob started to letter his friend’s race cars and then decided to print tee shirts. It was well before there was an industry of tee shirt printers.

Come out and celebrate with Bob and Anne and the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Team, they would love to see all of you wear your oldest or most favorite Bob Hilbert Tee shirt!

The Bob Hilbert Sportswear Team will be there with fan giveaways that evening along with selling the brand new 50th anniversary edition of the Do It in the Dirt tee shirt.

They are rolling back the prices and selling this limited-edition tee for JUST $5.00 EACH!

Bob Hilbert Sportswear has products available to the performance and race industry along with apparel for schools, fundraising, commercial and corporations.

For more info about Bob Hilbert Sportswear and how they can go to work for you, visit them online at www.bobhilbert.com or you can shop the online store at www.bobhilbertshop.com for the latest products they have in stock!

Prior to the racing action on Saturday there will be the weekly Meet and Greet. This week’s drivers include Modified driver Mark Kratz and Sportsman driver Hunter Iatalese. The Meet and Greet is held in the main gate area starting at 5 pm. and is a great time for fans to meet the drivers up close and collect some autographs.

Friday, August 5 will see the Outlaw Racing Series Enduro and Outlaw Racing Series Vintage Cars in action with another double-header program starting at 7 pm., with Adult Grandstand admission set at $10 for the Friday night program.

The action continues to be hot as the weather every Saturday night, and the T.P. Trailer Modified drivers will be out in full force again this week. Jeff Strunk raced to his first win of the year last Saturday, after a great battle with one-time winner Jared Umbenhauer and a late charge from three-time winner Brett Kressley. Five-time feature winner and point leader Craig Von Dohren saw his point lead shrink just a little bit last week, but still holds down the top spot. Doug Manmiller has a feature win this season and will also be looking to add to his totals as well as other top point drivers like Duane Howard, Tim Buckwalter, Cory Merkel, Kevin Hirthler, Ryan Grim and nearly three dozen drivers on Saturday night.

The T.P. Truck Equipment Sportsman have been super competitive, sharing the wealth all season long with nine different feature winners in Jordan Henn, Parker Guldin, Lex Shive, Cody Manmiller, Dylan Hoch, Kenny Bock, Decker Swinehart, and Keith Broightbill in the Firecracker 40.

Brian Hirthler has been the only repeat winner so far, and after last week’s back to back wins, has now recorded four on the season and added to his point lead looking for a third point title. With the strong competition all year other top point drivers out to break his win streak include Dylan Hoch, Kyle Smith, Jimmy Leiby, Mike Schneck Jr., Dakota Kohler, Cole Stangle, and Jesse Hirthler.

One of the most looked forward to race events of the season, the Forrest Rogers Memorial, is just around the corner on Saturday, August 13 starting at 7:30 pm. The 52nd annual running of the race to honor the builder of Grandview Speedway will again be run over the distance of 50-laps and pay the T.P. Trailer Modified winner a handsome $10,000 pay envelope for his efforts.

Since the 1960’s, Grandview Speedway has been presenting exciting wheel to wheel NASCAR stock car racing every Saturday Night starting in April and running through September, plus special events. Grandview Speedway is located at 43 Passmore Road, Bechtelsville, Pa. 19505, just off Route 100, ten miles north of Pottstown, Pa.

Information is always available at www.grandviewspeedway.com or on Facebook, or by telephone at 610.754.7688.

UPCOMING EVENTS –

Friday, August 5 – Outlaw Racing Series Enduro and Outlaw Racing Series Vintage – 7 pm

Saturday, August 6 – T.P. Trailer NASCAR Modifieds, T.P. Truck Equipment NASCAR Sportsman – 7:30 pm.

Saturday, August 13 – 52nd annual FORREST ROGERS MEMORIAL 50 Laps for T.P. Trailer NASCAR Modifieds, T.P. Truck Equipment NASCAR Sportsman – 7:30 pm

Saturday, August 20 – T.P. Trailer NASCAR Modifieds, T.P. Truck Equipment NASCAR Sportsman (Rain date for Forrest Rogers Memorial) – 7:30 pm.

Saturday, August 27 – T.P. Trailer NASCAR Modifieds, T.P. Truck Equipment NASCAR Sportsman, Outlaw Racing Series Vintage – 7:30 pm.

JEFF STRUNK, BRIAN HIRTHLER, JOSH WELLER WINNERS ON BUSY AND EXCITING GRANDVIEW NIGHT OF RACING


BECHTELSVILLE, PA. – 
The 60th anniversary season of auto racing continues at Grandview Speedway, and Saturday night provided three very competitive feature races to entertain the big crowd on hand for the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Racing Series program.

Jeff Strunk of Boyertown, Pa. scored his first win of the season Saturday night at Grandview Speedway in the 30-lap T.P. Trailer NASCAR Modified feature race after a nearly ten lap duel with Jared Umbenhauer of Richland, Pa. and Brett Kressley of Orefield, Pa.

The victory for Strunk was his first win of 2022, 77th career Saturday night NASCAR victory, and worth a cool $3500 in purse and bonuses thanks to T.P. Trailers, and feature race sponsors V&M Towing and SDS Photography who put up extra cash for the special Christmas in July program.

Brian Hirthler of Green Lane, Pa. drove to his second consecutive and fourth win of the season in the 25-lap T.P. Truck Equipment Sportsman feature, after outdueling Kenny Bock of Oley, Pa. to secure the lead with just six laps remaining and take home the win.

Hirthler also picked up an increased payday of $1000 thanks to T.P. Truck Equipment, V&M Towing and SDS Photography for his fourth win of the season and 16th career victory.

The United Racing Club made their annual visit, with Josh Weller of Mertztown, Pa. winning the 31-lap Tim Higgins classic feature race worth an increased $3100, after tracking down race leader Adam Carberry of Hilltown, Pa., and coming out on top of a great battle through lapped traffic to take the win.

The T.P. Trailer Modified feature race began with Ron Haring Jr. of Alburtis leading the opening laps of the race before losing the car on lap eleven and spinning for a caution to reset the field. During this time Dylan Swinehart of Fleetwood, Pa. and Joe Funk of Copersburg, Pa. were challenging each other for second spot with Swinehart just securing it before the caution, to assume the lead on the restart.

By the time this caution appeared, Kevin Hirthler of Boyertown, Pa up from tenth starting spot, Strunk up from twelfth, Brett Kressley up from fourteenth, and Umbenhauer who started eleventh had already advanced toward the front and were ready to contend for the win.

The restart proved to be a disaster, as two cars in the front of the pack made contact and briefly slowed off of turn four, causing the middle and back of the field to jam up, and a twelve car pile-up followed. Luckily nine cars drove away and rejoined the race, however three cars were towed off including Ray Swinehart of Boyertown, Pa., Michael Storms of Mohnton, Pa., and Craig Whitmoyer of Hamburg, Pa.

The action really heated up after that, as Hirthler was able to grab the lead from Dylan Swinehart following a restart on lap thirteen, moving by down the back straightaway, with Strunk following to second and Kressley moving into third.

Strunk applied the pressure to Hirthler, and was able to secure the lead off of turn four on lap 18. A quick caution for debris on lap 20, set up the late race drama and battle for the win.

On the restart, Strunk led, but Umbenhauer who restarted fourth, swept to the top lane, and quickly moved around Kressley and Hirthler then took off after Strunk.

Twice Umbenhauer got along side of Strunk, once on the front straight at the flag stand, but ran out of room and scrapped the wall losing some momentum, and again several laps later when he was outside of Strunk going into turn three, when Strunk changed lanes causing Umbenhauer to slide up into the marbles, allowing Kressley to grab second with just two laps to go.

Strunk survived all challenges and ran the final two laps to score the win, followed by Kressley, Umbenhauer, Hirthler, Craig Von Dohren of Oley, Pa., Duane Howard of Oley, Pa., Doug Manmiller of Shoemakersville, Pa., Dylan Swinehart, Justin Grim of Orefield, Pa., and Joe Funk of Coopersburg, Pa.

Qualifying heat races for the 35 car field were won by Haring Jr., Umbenhauer and Howard, with Ryan Lilick of Jersey City, NJ winning the consolation. A cash dash for the heat race winners sponsored by V&M Towing and SDS Photography was won by Howard ($500) over Umbenhauer ($300) and Haring Jr. ($200).

BJ Joly of Oley, Pa. was the early leader of the T.P. Truck Equipment Sportsman feature, before things started heating up behind him. A caution on lap eleven really changed the complexion of the race, as a super battle for the top ten spots came to a grinding halt, when Cole Stangle of Neshanic Station, NJ., Mike Myers of Alburtis, Pa., Mark Kemmerer of Green Lane, Pa., Dylan Hoch of Mertztown, Pa. and Kyle Smith of Fleetwood, Pa. who were running fifth through ninth, all crashed together in turn two.

Following the restart, Joly then had a great battle on his hands, as Kenny Bock and Hirthler turned up the pressure, putting on an entertaining battle for first. After several laps of the three-car race together, Bock moved by Joly coming out of turn four on lap sixteen to be the new leader with Hirthler following quickly into second.

Three laps later, after a side-by-side duel, Hirthler was able to move by Bock off of turn four on lap 19 and become the final leader of the exciting race. Zane Roth of Slatington, Pa. who started second, and fell back in the field early on, made a late race comeback, moving into third with six laps remaining. Roth was part of a three-car duel in the late stages with Dakota Kohler of Kutztown, Pa. who moved up from his 17th starting spot, and Parker Guldin of Fleetwood, Pa. who was moving late from his 18th starting position.

When the checkered flag fell, Hirthler was the winner followed by Bock, Roth with a career best finish, Kohler, Guldin, Cody Manmiller of Philadelphia, Pa., Joly, Jesse Hirthler of Boyertown, Pa., Logan Bauman of Boyertown, Pa., and Kyle Smith.

Qualifying heat races for the 29 cars on hand were won by Kemmerer, Smith and Myers, with Manmiller winning the consolation. A heat race winner’s cash dash sponsored by V&M Towing along with SDS Photography was won by Kemmerer ($250) over Smith ($150) and Myers ($100).

The URC Sprint drivers honored one of their late members in Tim Higgins, with a 31-lap, $3100 to win main event, the number 31 being his car number during his driving career.

Brandon McGough of Sassamansville, Pa. took the early lead, before Adam Carberry moved by and into the lead on lap seven.

With only one stoppage in the feature early, on lap five, the race ran a long stretch of green flag racing. Carberry ran in the lead using the top lane, while Josh Weller slowly closed in using the bottom. Once Weller caught Carberry, the race for the lead was a good one for many laps in and out of traffic, before Weller secured the lead on lap 27.

Once in front, Weller pulled away in the closing laps to score his third victory of the season, and fourth career Grandview Speedway URC victory.

Following Weller to the finish line were Carberry, Dallas Schott of Myerstown, Pa., Troy Betts of Newark, De., Joe Kata of Goshen, NY., Mike Thompson of Newtown, Pa., McGough, Jason Shultz of Carlisle, Pa., Denny Peebles of Lowman, NY, and Ryan Stillwagon of Burlington, NJ.

Qualifying heats were won by Dallas Schott and Jason Shultz.

On Tuesday, August 2, the final NAPA Auto Parts Thunder on the Hill Racing Series event of this season will be presented, featuring Big Block/Small Block Modifieds in the Triple Roaring 20’s, along with a complete show of 602 Sportsman paying $1000 to win starting at 7:30 pm.

The program will include qualifying races leading to 3/20-lap feature races all paying $2000 to win and $200 to start. There will be a bonus of $5000 if a driver can win all three, or a $1000 bonus for winning two features all provided by Pioneer Pole Buildings. Also, if a driver captures his first Thunder Series win, an additional bonus of $3000 will be added to make for a $5000 win for a 20-lap feature. This race program will also see GT Radiator Repair putting up $1000 in bonus money for the Modified qualifying events.

On August 2, the Pit gates will open at 2:30 pm., Grandstand gates open at 5 pm., with racing starting at 7:30 pm. Adult grandstand admission is $30, children ages 6-11 are $10 and children ages 5 and under are admitted free of charge.

Next Saturday, August 6 the night of racing will be known as Do It in the Dirt Night featuring Bob Hilbert Sportswear as the race night sponsor celebrating the very first tee shirt that Bob Hilbert made and sold at the speedway, he first sold tee shirts at Grandview Speedway.

The Bob Hilbert Sportswear Team will be there with fan giveaways that evening along with selling the brand new 50th anniversary edition of the Do It in the Dirt tee shirt.

They are rolling back the prices and selling this limited-edition tee for JUST $5.00 EACH!

This race program will include the T.P. Trailer Modifieds and T.P. Truck Equipment Sportsman in another NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Racing Series double-header.

Pit gates will open at 4 pm. with grandstand gates opening at 5:30 pm. warm-ups will be starting at 6:30 pm. Adult grandstand admission is $18, while children ages 11 and under are admitted free of charge.

Since the 1960’s, Grandview Speedway has been presenting exciting wheel to wheel NASCAR stock car racing every Saturday Night starting in April and running through September, plus special events. Grandview Speedway is located at 43 Passmore Road, Bechtelsville, Pa. 19505, just off Route 100, ten miles north of Pottstown, Pa.

Information is always available at www.grandviewspeedway.com or on Facebook, or by telephone at 610.754.7688.

V&M TOWING, SDS PHOTOGRAPHY CHRISTMAS IN JULY SUMMARY – JULY 30, 2022

T.P. TRAILER NASCAR MODIFIED FEATURE FINISH (30 laps): JEFF STRUNK, Brett Kressley, Jared Umbenhauer, Kevin Hirthler, Craig Von Dohren, Duane Howard, Doug Manmiller, Dylan Swinehart, Justin Grim, Joe Funk, Brad Arnold, Tim Buckwalter, Mike Lisowski, Ryan Grim, Eric Biehn, Bobby Trapper Jr., Cory Merkel, Carroll Hine III, Darrin Schuler, Dan Waisempacher, Brett Gilmore, Ray Swinehart, Michael Storms, Craig Whitmoyer, Ron Haring Jr., Brad Grim, Nate Brinker, Mark Kratz, Ryan Lilick

DID NOT QUALIFY: John Willman, Bobby Gunther-Walsh, Steve Swinehart, Ron Kline, Kyle Lilick, Kevin Graver Jr.

T.P. TRUCK EQUIPMENT NASCAR SPORTSMAN FEATURE FINISH (25 laps): BRIAN HIRTHLER, Kenny Bock, Zane Roth, Dakota Kohler, Parker Guldin, Cody Manmiller, BJ Joly, Jesse Hirthler, Logan Bauman, Kyle Smith, Mark Gaugler, Dylan Hoch, Nathan Mohr, Mike Schneck Jr., Josh Adams, Jimmy Leiby, Matt Clay, Adrianna Delliponti, Cole Stangle, Mike Myers, Mark Kemmerer, Decker Swinehart, Ryan Graver, Joey Vaccaro

DID NOT QUALIFY: Nathan Horn, Mike Stofflet, Michael Burrows, Kaitlyn Bailey, Steve Young

UNITED RACING CLUB SPRINT TIM HIGGINS CLASSIC FEATURE FINISH (31 laps): JOSH WELLER, Adam Carberry, Dallas Schott, Troy Betts, Joe Kata, Mike Thompson, Brandon McGough, Jason Shultz, Denny Peebles, Ryan Stillwagon, Ken Meisner, Steven Kisamore, Kyle Ganoe, Robby Stillwagon, Devin Gundrum

UPCOMING EVENTS –

Tuesday, August 2 – NAPA Auto Parts THUNDER on the HILL RACING SERIES – Triple Roaring 20’s – Big Block/Small Block Modified 3/20-lap features plus 602 Sportsman – 7:30 pm.

Friday, August 5 – Outlaw Racing Series Enduro and Outlaw Racing Series Vintage – 7 pm

Saturday, August 6 – T.P. Trailer NASCAR Modifieds, T.P. Truck Equipment NASCAR Sportsman – 7:30 pm.

Saturday, August 13 – 52nd annual FORREST ROGERS MEMORIAL for T.P. Trailer NASCAR Modifieds, T.P. Truck Equipment NASCAR Sportsman – 7:30 pm.

Saturday, August 20 – T.P. Trailer NASCAR Modifieds, T.P. Truck Equipment NASCAR Sportsman – 7:30 pm.

VON DOHREN SCORES WIN OVER MODIFIED ROOKIE KYLE LILICK IN FINAL LAPS AT GRANDVIEW ON T.P. TRAILERS AND TRUCK EQUIPMENT NIGHT


BECHTELSVILLE, PA. – 
Craig Von Dohren of Oley, Pa. was able to overtake leader Kyle Lilick of Collegeville, Pa. on a lap 26 restart, and race home to victory in the 30-lap T.P. Trailer NASCAR Modified feature Saturday night at Grandview Speedway.

Brian Hirthler of Green Lane, Pa., who entered the night as the current point leader in the T. P. Truck Equipment Sportsman point standings, took over the lead from Dylan Hoch of Mertztown, Pa. on lap 15, and raced home to his third win of the current season in the 25-lap T.P. Truck Equipment NASCAR Sportsman feature.

The night’s program was sponsored by T.P. Trailers and Truck Equipment, who every week provide both winners (Modified $300, Sportsman $200) with bonus money, in the race program that was part of the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Racing Series.

The Outlaw Racing Series Vintage Racers were on hand to participate in the Dave Smith Memorial, with wins going to Andy Cassel (Modified class) and Gage Phillips (Sportsman class).

The win for Von Dohren was his fifth point race win of the current season and the 119th of his Grandview career in NASCAR Modified competition.

The T.P. Trailer Modified feature looked as though it may run non-stop, as the first caution did not appear until lap 26, with plenty of side-by-side action spread throughout the field during the long stretch of green flag racing.

Bobby Trapper Jr. of Scranton, Pa. took the lead at the initial green and set the early pace, leaving Kyle Lilick, Ray Swinehart of Boyertown, Pa., John Willman of Birdsboro, Pa., and Ryan Grim of Laurys Station, Pa. to battle behind him.

Lilick was able to catch leader Trapper and grab the lead entering turn one on lap 13 to take control of the top spot.

Meanwhile Von Dohren was slowly working his way forward from his 13th starting position, and eventually became part of a great battle for the top five positions between Ray Swinehart, Willman, and Ryan Grim by lap fourteen.

As the laps clicked off, Von Dohren would advance past each member of the top five, reaching the second position with a pass of Trapper Jr. on lap 24, but at this point Lilick had a comfortable advantage over the rest of the field, racing in lapped traffic.

When it appeared Lilick, in his rookie season of Modified racing, may be headed to that first ever win, the caution waved on lap 26 for Brad Arnold of Bethel, Pa., who stopped with a broken race car in turn four.

On the restart, Von Dohren was able to slide by Lilick entering turn one to take over the lead, however the drama was not over yet.

After running to lap 26 without a caution, the race encountered two more yellow flags on laps 28 and 29, to give Lilick a chance to retake the lead, but Von Dohren proved too strong, and maintained the lead to the finish.

Following Von Dohren to the checkered flag, were Lilick for his career best Modified finish, Ryan Grim, Ray Swinehart, Trapper Jr., Jared Umbenhauer of Richland, Pa., Kevin Hirthler of Boyertown, Pa., Willman, Jeff Strunk of Boyertown, Pa., and Doug Manmiller of Shoemakersville, Pa.

Qualifying heat race winners for the 38 cars on hand were Dylan Swinehart of Fleetwood, Pa., Von Dohren, Brett Gilmore of Kutztown, Pa. and Lilick. Consolations were won by Strunk and Kevin Graver Jr. of Lehighton, Pa.

The T.P. Truck Equipment Sportsman feature saw Wayne Rotenberger of Ringing Hill, Pa. lead the early laps of the main event, surviving several caution flags.

Joey Vaccaro of Reading, Pa. took over the top spot on a lap seven restart, making a three wide move to get the top spot.

Dylan Hoch of Mertztown, Pa. was quickly working his way forward from his fourteenth starting position, catching Vaccaro and making a move for the lead, as the two swapped the lead, but Vaccaro was able to maintain the lead until a caution slowed the action on lap twelve.

Hoch was able to take the lead on the restart, while Brian Hirthler, who had been advancing through the field from his 16th starting position, followed him toward the front and moved into second.

The battle was on for several laps between the two, racing side by side before Hirthler grabbed the lead on lap sixteen.

Brian Hirthler began to pull away leaving Hoch to battle with Jesse Hirthler of Green Lane, Pa. for the second position in the closing laps of the feature.

Adrianna Delliponte of Norristown, Pa. and Mike Schneck Jr. of Lebanon, Pa. were able to advance into the top five in the late stages of the feature to score their best finishes of the season.

Surviving a caution on the final lap, Brian Hirthler raced home to his third win of the season, followed by Hoch, Jesse Hirthler, Delliponte, Schneck Jr., Vaccaro, Cody Manmiller of Philadelphia, Pa., Parker Guldin of Fleetwood, Pa., Keith Brightbill of Mooresville, NC., and Ryan Graver of Lehighton, Pa.

Qualifying heat races for the 37 car field were won by Vaccaro, Kyle Smith of Fleetwood, Pa., Brian Hirthler and Kenny Bock of Oley, Pa., with consolations being won by Graver and Guldin.

The Outlaw Racing Series Vintage Cars ran in the 5th annual Dave Smith Memorial feature, honoring one of their former members, with Andy Cassel scoring the win over his father Wes Cassel, Scott Schaeffer, Mike Houghtaling and Richie Baker Jr. Gage Phillips was the first Sportsman car across the line in sixth position, taking their divisional win in the combined 15-lap feature event.

Cassel had a fairly easy time of it in the win, as when he reached lapped traffic mid-race, a caution came out clearing the track ahead of him to make a clear path to victory. The caution however was good for Phillips, as he gained several spots following the restart to score his victory.

The T.P. Trailer NASCAR Modifieds and T.P. Truck Equipment NASCAR Sportsman will be joined by the United Racing Club Sprint Cars in a three-division program next Saturday, July 30 starting at 7:30 pm. The program will include qualifying events for all three classes leading to the 30-lap T.P. Trailer Modified feature, the 25-lap T.P. Truck Equipment Sportsman main, and the 25-lap URC Sprint car feature race.

Pit gates will open at 4 pm. with grandstand gates opening at 5:30 pm. warm-ups will be starting at 6:15 pm. Adult grandstand admission is $25, while children ages 6-11 are $10, and children ages 5 and under are admitted free of charge.

It will be Christmas in July on Saturday, July 30, as V&M Towing along with SDS Photography will be providing bonus money for both the Modified and Sportsman racers in the features plus the addition of cash dashes for both divisions. Santa Claus will also make an appearance for the youngsters that evening as well.

The T.P. Trailer Modified feature winner will pocket a cool $3500 total payoff with purse and bonuses for the 30-lap main event, while the T.P. Truck Equipment Sportsman winner will collect a total prize of $1000 for the 25-lap main event.

On Tuesday, August 2, the final NAPA Auto Parts Thunder on the Hill Racing Series event of this season will be presented, featuring Big Block/Small Block Modifieds in the Triple Roaring 20’s, along with a complete show of 602 Sportsman starting at 7:30 pm.

Since the 1960’s, Grandview Speedway has been presenting exciting wheel to wheel NASCAR stock car racing every Saturday Night starting in April and running through September, plus special events. Grandview Speedway is located at 43 Passmore Road, Bechtelsville, Pa. 19505, just off Route 100, ten miles north of Pottstown, Pa.

Information is always available at www.grandviewspeedway.com or on Facebook, or by telephone at 610.754.7688.

T.P. TRAILERS AND TRUCK EQUIPMENT NIGHT RESULTS SUMMARY – JULY 23, 2022

T.P. TRAILER NASCAR MODIFIED FEATURE FINISH (30 laps): CRAIG VON DOHREN, Kyle Lilick, Ryan Grim, Ray Swinehart, Bobby Trapper Jr., Jared Umbenhauer, Kevin Hirthler, John Willman, Jeff Strunk, Doug Manmiller, Dylan Swinehart, Brad Grim, Cory Merkel, Eric Biehn, Kevin Graver Jr., Steve Swinehart, Michael Storms, Brad Brightbill, Duane Howard, Brett Kressley, Darrin Schuler, Justin Grim, Brett Gilmore, Brad Arnold, Joe Funk, Tim Buckwalter, Mike Lisowski, Craig Whitmoyer, Ryan Lilick, Ryan Beltz

DID NOT QUALIFY: Dan Waisempacher, Anthony Tramontana, Carrol Hine III, Mark Kratz, Nate Brinker, Frank Cozze, Jesse Leiby, Bobby Gunther-Walsh

T.P. TRUCK EQUIPMENT NASCAR SPORTSMAN FEATURE FINISH (25 laps): BRIAN HIRTHLER, Dylan Hoch, Jesse Hirthler, Adrianna Delliponte, Mike Schneck Jr., Joey Vaccaro, Cody Manmiller, Parker Guldin, Keith Brightbill, Ryan Graver, Lex Shive, Logan Bauman, Dakota Kohler, Jimmy Leiby, Matt Clay, Zane Roth, Jesse Landis, BJ Joly, Wayne Rotenberger, Mike Stofflet, Steve Young, Mike Myers, Kyle Smith, Kenny Bock, Nathan Horn, Nathan Mohr

DID NOT QUALIFY: Kyle Hartzell, Tyler James, Keith Haring, Colton Perry, Chris Esposito, Blake Reber, Mark Gaugler, Decker Swinehart, Hunter Iatalese, Bryan Rhoads, Mark Mohr

OUTLAW RACING SERIES VINTAGE DAVE SMITH MEMORIAL FEATURE FINISH (15 laps): ANDY CASSELL (Modified), Wes Cassel, Scott Schaeffer, Mike Houghtaling, Richie Baker Jr., GAGE PHILLIPS (Sportsman), Bill Carr, Mike Stofflet, Joe Medaglia, Bill Gerhart, Matt Smith, Curt Neiman, Josh Generella, Tori Hall

UPCOMING EVENTS –

Saturday, July 30 – T.P. Trailer NASCAR Modifieds, T.P. Truck Equipment NASCAR Sportsman plus URC 360 Sprint Cars – 7:30 pm.

Tuesday, August 2 – NAPA Auto Parts THUNDER on the HILL RACING SERIES – Triple Roaring 20’s – Big Block/Small Block Modified 3/20-lap features plus 602 Sportsman – 7:30 pm.

Friday, August 5 – Outlaw Racing Series Enduro and Outlaw Racing Series Vintage – 7 pm

Saturday, August 6 – T.P. Trailer NASCAR Modifieds, T.P. Truck Equipment NASCAR Sportsman – 7:30 pm.

Saturday, August 13 – 52nd annual FORREST ROGERS MEMORIAL for T.P. Trailer NASCAR Modifieds, T.P. Truck Equipment NASCAR Sportsman – 7:30 pm.