Denver, PA (July 28th, 2014) – Two-time central Pennsylvania “410” winner thus far in 2014, Alan Krimes, will be in action on three (3) separate occasions during the upcoming week; beginning Tuesday evening, July 29th at the Grandview Speedway near Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania. Krimes, who pilots the Midnite Antiques, Conestoga Valley Garage, Wayne Corini, Krimes Racing Engines, VRP Shocks, no. 87 “410” sprinter, will compete at three (3) different central Pennsylvania facilities over a five (5) day time period beginning Tuesday night; concluding with the Living Legends Dream Race at the Port Royal Speedway on Saturday, August 2nd.

Alan Krimes will kick-off his week with a visit to the Grandview Speedway near Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania on Tuesday evening, July 29th. The midweek program will feature a full program for the “410” sprints; accompanied by the big block modifieds.

The pilot of the familiar “Super 87” will have two (2) days to regroup and rebuild before returning to competition at the Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania on Friday evening, August 1st. Williams Grove Speedway will feature a “regular” program for the “410” sprint cars on Friday night. Krimes is currently fourth (4th) in “The Grove” championship standings; trailing current point leader, Greg Hodnett, by 550 markers. The Denver, Pennsylvania native finished tenth (10th) during feature competition at Williams Grove Speedway last Friday evening, July 25th.

Krimes will conclude his three-race week with a visit to the Port Royal Speedway in Port Royal, Pennsylvania on Saturday, August 2nd. The 8th Annual Living Legends Dream Race is on tap at the Port Royal Speedway half-mile; offering a unique style and format that will be entertaining for drivers and fans, alike. The 2014 Living Legends Dream Race will feature time trials, two (2) semi-features, a non-qualifiers feature and a 35-lap main event. Over $50,000 in total purse money will be awarded on Saturday, August 2nd; along with thousands of dollars worth of contingency awards. Alan Krimes is not a weekly competitor at the Juniata County Fairgrounds venue, but hopes to make his presence known on Saturday night, and take-home the Living Legends Dream Race top honors.

During recent “410” sprint car competition, Alan Krimes earned back-to-back top-ten finishes in central Pennsylvania; beginning with a tenth (10th) place performance at the Williams Grove Speedway on Friday, July 25th. Krimes would conclude his recent weekend with a runner-up finish at the Lincoln Speedway on Saturday, July 26th. Krimes is the current point leader at the Pigeon Hills venue; the “410” sprints will not be featured at Lincoln on Saturday, August 2nd.

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