Grandview Racing Track
Considered as one of the best, Grandview Speedway is located in Washington Township in Berks County near Bechtelsville and Pennsylvania. It is also known as the greatest show on dirt. Unlike others, it is the one-third automobile race track. It features the high banks moderately and a quite wide racing surface, it is suitable for close racing and passing. According to its history, it was opened for racing in 1963. The one who built this track was Forrest Rogers. Originally, the track was planned as a one-fourth mile which is approximately four hundred and two meters as a asphalt track in Pottstown in the district of Pennsylvania. Later on, this was changed to a larger dirt track in Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania. Forrest Rogers, the brain behind this track unfortunately died of a cardiac arrest in the year of 1966. His son, Bruce Rogers, took over the reins of this track and till date is the one behind its smooth running. The ownership has always been in the hands of family. Grandview Speedway hosts various weekly series of modified and late-model Stock car racing and draws a huge number of car racing fans. People book their weekend fun in advance and the atmosphere is simply amazing in the gallery. People will be jumping up and down and shouting at the top of their voices for their favorite drivers. The betting groups will hold the stakes high. The atmosphere is electrified and people return with sore throats to their homes.