MA NATURE WIPES OUT CHAMPIONSHIP POINT FINALE; TWO BIG NIGHTS OF RACING AT GRANDVIEW ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY INCLUDING 48TH ANNUAL, $25K TO WIN, FREEDOM 76
UNOFFICIAL STANDINGS HAVE GULAR, REIMERT AND SNYDER AS CHAMPIONS
BECHTELSVILLE, PA SEPTEMBER 8, 2018 . . . Ma Nature, in the form of drenching rain, forced the cancellation of WNPV Radio Night, the final NASCAR and track point racing events at Grandview Speedway on Saturday night. The rained out events will not be rescheduled. With the rainout the championships will go to those drivers leading the standings as of the last point races run.
All attention will now be centered on two big nights of racing action coming up on Friday, September 14, and Saturday, September 15. On Friday, 7 p.m., the Sportsman will race in the Freedom 38 and the Mid Atlantic Sprints will be performing in a full slate of qualifying events topped by a 25 lap feature. Modifieds racing in the Saturday night Freedom 76 will be permitted practice laps. Adult admission is $12 while youngsters 6 through 11 pay $5 and kids under 6 are admitted free. It will also be the last opportunity for fans to purchase the money saving advance adult tickets for the Freedom 76. Advance tickets are priced at $35 with race day tickets costing $40.
On Saturday, September 15th, 7 p.m. the “Granddaddy of Modified Stock Car Classics”, the 48th Annual Freedom 76 paying $25,000 to win, will be presented. A full series of qualifying events will lead up to the 76 lap finale. Adult admission is $40 while youngsters 6 thru 11 pay $10 and kids under 6 are admitted free.
Check out all information on the Freedom 76 at www.grandviewspeedway.com and click on Freedom 76 where there is info for racers and fans.
According to unofficial point standings for the first time since 1999 the Modified championship goes to a driver not named Strunk, Von Dohren or Howard with Mike Gular winning his first track championship. Gular was not able to win a feature but did have consistent weekly performances that took him to the title.
Young racing talent Louden Reimert grabbed the Sportsman title. Like Gular it was his first championship and it was done without a feature win.
And Danny Snyder, making his return to Grandview after being away for a few years, won three features and added other strong showings to win the Late Model title.
A full story with points will be released at a later date.
FROM: Ernie Saxton
PR for Grandview
215.752.7797 or Esaxton144@aol.com