Driver & owner of the #1 Altronics NASCAR modified
Press ReleaseApril 10, 2018
Bobby Gunther Walsh will be returning for his twenty-fourth season of racing at Grandview Speedway, and will race Big Diamond part-time again this year. Once again, Gunther’s Outlaw Engine powered Troyer modifieds will be sporting the #1. This year the #1 represents the #1 security company in the Lehigh Valley Altronics Security Systems. Find out more at Altronics.com.
Joining Bobby as a first time sponsor for the 2018 season is Zongora Comfort Solutions. For any kind of heating or air conditioning needs Bobby uses, and recommends, Zongora Comfort Solutions. With Zongora there are no service agreements, because let’s face it, they are not worth the paper they are written on. Also, there’s no fake discounts, just fair honest pricing. To find out more visit ZongoraSolutions.com.
Also new to the car this year is Warehouse Battery Outlet. Batteries for everything since 1985. Batteries for heavy equipment, RV’s, motor boats, motorcycles, cars, watches, power equipment, you name it! Warehouse Battery Outlet, S. 14th St. in Quakertown or Completebattery.com.
This year Bobby is highlighting Donate Life America/DonateLife.net as his featured charity sponsor on the rear deck of his #1 Altronics NASCAR modified. Donate Life America is in honor of Dr. Eric Lebby and in memory of Dr. Lebby’s Father, Dr. Ronald Lebby.
You can find out more about all of Bobby’s sponsors right now at guntherracing.com.
Bobby’s looking forward to another year of fun at two tracks. He plans on racing every Saturday night at Grandview Speedway and is returning to race more often at Big Diamond Speedway on Friday nights.
Joining Bobby on Saturday nights at Grandview Speedway will be crew members Randy Miller, Kenny Romig, Paul Ruppert, and Joe Walsh. This year at Big Diamond Bobby’s brother Joe Walsh will be assisting on a weekly basis, with others helping when they can.
Last year with all of the rainouts Bobby was only able to make it to Big Diamond eight times, and it was an uneventful year.
At Grandview Speedway, Bobby managed to win two heat races, but his results in the features were again uneventful. He’s hoping for better results at both tracks in 2018.