Grandview Speedway

Allentown, United States

Grandview Speedway


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 is sanctioned by NASCAR in the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series.

The track opened in 1963 and was built by Forrest Rogers after construction started in 1962. 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. The track opened on August 11, 1963. Forrest Rogers died of a heart attack in 1966. His son, Bruce Rogers, took control of the race track and operated until he died in 2017. The Rogers family continues to operate the track.

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