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NEXT KAM FUELED RACING EVENT: Saturday April 30th 2016 7PM

NEXT KAM FUELED RACING EVENT: Saturday April 30th 2016 7PM


BECHTELSVILLE, PA April 27, 2016 . . . Another action packed night of NASCAR stock car racing is set for Grandview Speedway on Saturday (April 30) at 7 p.m. The T.P.Trailers 358 Modifieds, BRC Late Models and Sportsman stockers will be the attractions with at least 12 events making up the night of excitement.

Fans and racers will be anxious to see if there are three new winners this Saturday night. So far the competition in the Saturday night NASCAR stock car racing has been amazing. Nine feature races for NASCAR Saturday night racers have been run and nine different drivers have grabbed victories. Quite a few racers that you may be used to seeing in victory lane have not grabbed the top spot in a feature race.

Ten time NASCAR track champion Jeff Strunk leads the Modified division points while Sean Merkel is tops in Late Models and Craig Whitmoyer is in front with the Sportsman.

A full slate of qualifying events will be presented in each division followed by a 30-lap feature for the Modifieds and 25 lap features for the Late Models and Sportsman.

When spectator gates open at 5 p.m. the Low Down and Dirty Meet & Greet will take place and feature Modified racer Chris Esposito, Late Model standout Dave Ogin and Sportsman talent Ryan Higgs.

Adult admission is just $15 while youngsters under 12 are admitted free.

A second date of racing is set for the weekend with Sunday, May 1, 1 p.m. featuring the Enduro and Vintage car racers. A 125 lap Enduro for big cars and a 125 lap Enduro for small cars will be the big attraction. The ladies will be featured in their own Enduro event followed by a mechanics race. The Blast from the Past Vintage cars will be a big and popular part of the afternoon of action. Adults are admitted for just $10 while youngsters under 12 are FREE.

Fans are reminded that on Saturday, May 7th racing action will start at 7:30 p.m. and that will be the starting time for Saturday events until the September Freedom 76 weekend. Spectator gates will open at 5:30 p.m.

Grandview Speedway, a one-third-mile, banked clay track, is located on Passmore Road just off Route 100 in Bechtelsville, PA, 10 miles north of Pottstown. A full assortment of great concessions and novelty items are available. Free parking on the grounds. Fans are invited to the competition area after the events are completed to meet the racers. For information telephone 610.754.7688 or check in at, Twitter@GrandviewSpeedway and along with rainout information)

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Geezer Gazette 2016, Volume 22, Edition 4

Geezer Gazette 2016, Volume 22, Edition 4



  Was it Kenny RoGers who sang that sonG ?? Or was it Ken ‘’BiG Red’’ Loux ?? Whatever the case, it took all I had to Get that sonG out of my head after cominG in from the heat race with a riGht front flat on the first lap, but hey, we’re racin and havinG fun doin it… KAM Fueled style. Visit to see what is happening! Thanks Erik Renninger of Webmaster –E fame for the Great site full of information!


With a Great field of cars siGned in for the BRC Late Models on a picture perfect race niGht, the #22 KAM Fueled Racing Hosensack Poker, Keystone Air car was ready for competition after Al, Bob and Geezer unloaded the riG and set up shop in the pits. Not long after set up , a tray full of peanut butter cookies and cupcakes appeared with a smile compliments of Missie FeGley, owner of the The Chekered FlaG Bakery. Thanks Missie, they ‘were’ delish !! The #22 BRP Late Model started deep in the pack for the 25 feature event 18th and finished a hard earned 13th. Thanks Steve Gross for lending us a Gear to try and we will continue digging for more speed. Steve will make a few appearances in his #62 Late Model soon. Every week we are learning and trying  thinGs that will help our performance, the Gear helped. A huGe conGrats to Chuck Schutz on his feature win in the 25 lap BRP Late Model feature event, he and his ‘’ONE’’ team are some Great folks who have been instrumental in KAM Fueled Racing’s start up and we thank them often, as they continue to help us, conGrats to each of them, including Dozer the horse, oops I mean doG, the size of a horse !! Frank Cozze won the TP Trailer Modified 30 lapper and Mike Lisowski won the 25 lap Sportsman main event. Happy 60th to my friend Daryl, sorry I missed your special surprise party buddy, heard it was first class as was your surprise 50th when I was 10 (HA!!)!!




vHappy Birthday to ‘’Grampa Sam’’ !!! My sources wouldn’t reveal his aGe but he acts 25 !! Hahahaha Cheers Grampa Sam !! Jeff Alhum, the track announcer was kind enough to announce Grampa Sam’s special occasion, thank you Jeff !!!

vOn the way to the track Saturday, the crew and Geezer stopped at a ‘’local business’’ to show the car and the interest was high. More news to come !! 

vSpecial thanks to ‘’anonymous’’ for oil and filters for the season !!  I have a detective on the case to find out who it is, THANK YOU, we are fortunate to be surrounded by folks who believe in our mission, we are humbled as offers and assistance pours in.

vGreat to see Cathy, Tom, Lisa, Pamela, Coach Pete, Steve and the KinG in the stands wearing their KAM Fueled hoodies and shirts for the chilly evening on the hill !! Thanks for the continued support !!

vConGrats to Jordan and ‘’the princess’’ on the recent purchase of a new castle… ‘’if the castle’s rockin, don’t come knockin’’ was a sign on the door already. ‘’this is a test’’     ;)

vAnother win for Dan Lane Jr on Saturday niGht in a Lanco Speedway Sportsman Micro Sprint !! 2 wins for the year and more to come!! He and his Dad are thrilled and it’s looking like a banner year for the father/son team. Danny recently spoke on a radio show about washing Geezer’s car every week but hasn’t done it yet. I expect a visit soon? Oh and BiG Dan owes me a WAWA coffee !!Hahahahaha 

vThe Low Down And Dirty crew were on hAnd Saturday niGht in the pits And Joe AdAms even stopped by for a peAce treAty. All is Good in the world. RiGht Joe?  ;)

vA recent visit to Cooper Morgan’s last week, has plans coming together nicely for a June 18thopen house from noon til 4 at the quaint public house and eatery located only a mile from the track on Barto Road. Stay tuned for many details including, the #22 car on display with crew and driver, YuenGlinG Girls, live radio broadcast, food and drink special with owners barbequing burGers on the Grill, ‘’trinkets’’ from Joe Adams LetterinG (HA) and more !! Maybe a jell- o wrestling match can be arranged between Geezer and the YuenGlinG Girls?? That last one was my idea… shhhh.

vThe program book being sold weekly (3,000 copies sold weekly) has a nice half paGe ad in it from KAM Fueled Racing, thanking our marketing partners and fans, thanks Dave Stirk, Joe and all the folks at the publishers for making chanGes, and fine tuning for us. Looks Great !!

vThanks Cary Vaupel and all the safety crews at Grandview that keep us safe weekly. UnsunG heroes for sure… Geared up and ready all niGht. I thought Darth Vader was cominG to my car in staGinG and it was Cary, that’s dedication man. Woke me up that’s for sure…THANKS !



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NEXT KAM FUELED RACING EVENT: Saturday April 23rd, 2016 Grandview Speedway - Racing Starts at 7:00 PM

NEXT KAM FUELED RACING EVENT: Saturday April 23rd, 2016 Grandview Speedway - Racing Starts at 7:00 PM

BECHTELSVILLE, PA April 20, 2016 . . . . Four exciting divisions of auto racing excitement will be the big attraction at NASCAR sanctioned Grandview Speedway on Saturday, April 23rd. Spectator gates open at 5 p.m. and racing gets the green at 7 p.m.

The Saturday night show will include the T.P.Trailers NASCAR 358 Modifieds, BRC Late Models and Sportsman stock cars along with a special appearance of the Blast from the Past Vintage Car racers giving fans a look at race cars from the past. There will be no increase in admission with adults admitted for $15 and youngsters 11 and under entering for free.

Six feature events, two in each division, have been run so far this season with six different winners. That indicates that it is going to be a very competitive racing season at the Berks County clay oval.

Fans again have the opportunity meet drivers at the Low Down and Dirty Meet & Greet which takes place at the main gate starting at 5 p.m. This Saturday Modified ace Mike Gular will be there along with last Saturday’s Late Model feature winner Brian Shuey. Popular Vintage racer Todd Lapp will also be meeting fans.

Again this year racers that use VP racing gasoline will be able to earn some great benefits based on a program announced by track operators, the Rogers family, and VP Racing Fuels.

Again this year, as in 2015, the top finishing racer in each of the three NASCAR divisions racing at Grandview each Saturday night will earn product awards. For the T.P.Trailers 358 Modifieds there is a $150 product award for the top finishing racer that can show he has used VP racing gasoline, had VP decals clearly visible on each side of the race car and has a VP patch on his or her uniform. In the Late Model division there will be a $100 product award and the Sportsman racers will earn a $75 product award.

In addition VP Racing Fuels is posting a $100 VP product award for the overall Hard Charger out of the three divisions each Saturday night.

VP is also a banner advertiser on the Grandview website and have an ad in the weekly track program.

VP Racing Fuels Regional Manager Marc Wesler said, “We appreciate the support given our product by the racers and we want to show the racers support for their racing efforts.”

For information telephone 610.754.7688 or check in at, Facebook or Twitter.

Those having interest in enjoying the benefits of marketing through auto racing can obtain information on program book advertising, event sponsorship and billboard advertising by contacting Ernie Saxton at 215.752.7797 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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