Grandview Speedway to Continue Under Nascar Sanctioning for 32nd Consecutive Season, Opening Race April 1

Grandview Speedway to Continue Under Nascar Sanctioning for 32nd Consecutive Season, Opening Race April 1

As has been the tradition since 1992, Grandview Speedway will again be part of the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Racing Series for the upcoming 2023 racing season.

Grandview Speedway competitors have been sanctioned under the NASCAR umbrella for over three decades now and enjoy the benefits of membership. Benefits include racing for money from the NASCAR Points Fund which is available for National, Regional, State and Track Championships, as well as the great insurance coverage provided by NASCAR.

Last season, Grandview Modified Track Champion Craig Von Dohren not only collected the money from the track’s points fund, but also received $3,500 from NASCAR for winning the track championship and won 15 $000 extra to be the NASCAR Northeast Region Champion.

As has always been the case, all participating drivers must have a NASCAR license in order to race and collect points, with modified drivers being listed in Division I and Sportsman drivers competing in Division II.

Grandview Speedway management encourages everyone to purchase a NASCAR license to enter the pit area for the exceptional additional insurance coverage, but you will be permitted to enter the pit area as a non-member for admission increased. Those who hold a NASCAR license will receive the additional insurance coverage and enter the pits at a reduced price at all sanctioned events. Car owners and crew members can purchase their membership the same way as before if they want the same coverage.

Grandview Speedway track officials are also reminded that, as in previous seasons, they must also purchase their NASCAR membership.

Anyone can start applying for their NASCAR Membership License now at the discounted price and skip the opening day lines by applying online at If anyone is having trouble purchasing their license, please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Speedway management will once again offer the ever-popular season passes. Grandstand passes cover all Saturday night events, from the Bruce Rogers Memorial Money Maker to the Freedom 38 Sportsman and Freedom 76 Modified championship races in September. Season Pass does not include special Thunder on the Hill events promoted by Rogers Family/Bob Miller, or Outlaw Racing Series Enduro/Vintage events.

Season passes, priced at $400 per pass, can be ordered by sending a check or money order to Grandview Speedway, 87 Wilt Road, Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania 19505. If ordering a pass for someone one else, please note it with your request. To expedite the delivery process, please send a self-addressed, postage-paid envelope.

Track action begins Saturday, March 18 with the first Outlaw Racing Series Enduro and Outlaw Racing Series Vintage Car doubleheader beginning at 1 p.m. The rainy date is Sunday, March 19.

The following Saturday, March 25, will be the annual free-to-the-public open workout, open to all divisions beginning at noon. Grandstand entry is free for all spectators while drivers test out their gear for the new season.

The official opening of the 61st season will follow on Saturday, April 1 with the 6th Annual Bruce Rogers Memorial Money Maker for Big Block/Small Block Modifieds. This year’s event will revert to the traditional 50 laps after being raised to 60 laps last season in recognition of the track’s 60th anniversary. The race carries a rain date of April 8, and the sportsman will also join the program.

The race time on opening night will be 6 p.m., and this will again be the start time for all Saturday night programs for the month of April 2023.

Members of the media wishing to cover events at Grandview Speedway in 2023 are asked to visit the speedway’s website at, click on the rules/forms tab, complete the media and return it to Tina Rogers no later than February 28, 2023.

Since the 1960s, Grandview Speedway has featured exciting wheel-to-wheel NASCAR stock car racing every Saturday night from April through September, as well as special events. Grandview Speedway is located at 43 Passmore Road, Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania 19505, just off Route 100, ten miles north of Pottstown, Pennsylvania.

Information is always available at or on Facebook, or by phone at 610.754.7688.

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