Thursday, May 25, 2017


Bechtelsville, PA – Mother Nature has not been kind to the Outlaw Enduro Series. Only one of the three previously scheduled events has been completed thus far in the 2017 racing season due to unsatisfactory weather conditions. Drivers, teams and fans are anxiously awaiting the next event, which is coming up on Sunday June 4th at Grandview Speedway. 

Plenty of racing will be held on that June 4 afternoon beginning at 1PM. The Big Car and Small Car classes are each competing in a pair of 60-lap races.  Other Enduro classes include: Junkyard Cars (50-laps) and a main event for the Ladies division. Adult general admission to the stands is just $10 with children under the age of 12 admitted free.

In the season opener, veteran endurance racer Phil Levering of Parkerford walked away with three total victories (2-small car/1-junkyard car). Travis Guyer of Ivyland and 305 Sprint-Car racer Jon Haegele of Hatboro won the twin Big Car Enduro races.

The popular Blast from the Past Vintage Stock Cars will share the card along with enduros. Weather has been somewhat more understanding to the vintage club as they held five events thus far. Ronnie Peck of Pottstown has simply dominated the Modified class as he captured four victories along the way. Ron Myers of Coatsville won the most previous event on May 20. The Vintage class has been wide open with competition this year as twenty different drivers have entered the first five races  Victories have gone to Dave Smith (2) and rookie Andy Cassel (3).

Information on both clubs can be found on the web at and

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