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Grandview Speedway

Grandview Speedway
The Greatest Show on Dirt
Grandview Speedway modifieds feature frontstretch 10-14-17.jpg
Modified race at Grandview Speedway
Location Washington Township, Berks County, near Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania
Time zone UTC−5 / −4 (DST)
Capacity ~5,000
Owner Bruce Rogers
Operator Bruce Rogers
Broke ground 1962
Opened 1963
Oval
Surface Clay
Length 0.333 mi (0.535 km)
Turns 4
Race lap record 0:11.243 (Aaron Reutzel, Baughman-Reutzel Motorsports, 2018, 410 ASCS Sprints)

Grandview Speedway is a one third-mile automobile race track located just east of Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania, United States. Featuring moderately high banks and a wide racing surface, it is suitable for close racing and passing.

The track opened in 1963 and was built by Forrest Rogers. The track was originally planned as a ¼ mile (402 meters) asphalt track in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Eventually this was changed to a larger dirt track in Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania. Forrest Rogers died of a heart attack in 1966. His son, Bruce Rogers, took control of the race track and operates it to this day.[1][2]

It features a regular weekly series of modified, sportsman modified, and late model stock car racing.

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