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Mike’s Performance To Sponsor New Egypt Speedway 4 Cylinder Division

“Mike is all about helping the grassroots racer, that is what our 4-Cylinder class is geared towards, helping people get into the sport, affordably”, said New Egypt Speedway’s Joey Liquori. “Our 4-Cylinder class has continued to grow and this is just another progressive step for it. We look forward to work with Mike for this season and seasons to come.”


The first race in what is now known as the “Mike’s Performance 4-Cylinders” will be this Saturday night at New Egypt Speedway.

Starting this Saturday, Mike’s Performance will also offer contingency awards to all the New Egypt Speedway 4-Cylinders with merchandise certificates to be handed out through the field weekly. $25 to the winner, $20 for 2nd Place, $15 for 3rd Place and $10 from fourth on back through the field.

After two races TJ Graves leads the point standings with 110 points over Mike Fox by just two points heading into Saturday night’s action. Joe Garey Jr. sits third just two points behind the top two with 2018 New Egypt Speedway 4-Cylinder Champion Joe Garey Sr. just four markers out of third and eight out of the point lead. Jimmy Avery sits fifth currently with 98 points.

New Egypt Speedway is in action twice this weekend May 4th and 5th.

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Two Events On New Egypt Speedway Schedule This Weekend May 4th & 5th

This Saturday night, May 4th is Little League Night at New Egypt Speedway. Racing action will include the Vahlco Wheels Modifieds, the second 2019 appearance of the Mid Atlantic 305 Sprint Series, Crate Modifieds, 4-Cylinders along with the Lyons Construction/Metal Fab Rookie Sportsman.

Pit Gates will open at 3PM, Grandstands gates will open at 4PM with Hot Laps scheduled for 5PM and the first Green Flag flying at 6PM. Adult admission will be $20, Seniors (65+) are $18 with Teens & Military w/ID being $10 and Kids 11 & Under being completely FREE. Also all Little Leaguers and their Coaches will receive FREE General Admission as long as they are in uniform.

Then on Sunday May 5th New Egypt Speedway’s first “Mud in the Pines” Mud Hop of the 2019 season will take place. Eight different classes of trucks will be in competition to see who will be called the top truck in New Jersey. Also on the card will be a 4-Cylinder Demolition Derby paying $1,000 to win as long as there are 10 entries or more.

Pit gates on Sunday will open at 10AM, the grandstands will swing open at 12PM with the first truck flying through the mud at 1PM. Adult admission on Sunday is $15, Teens (12-15) & Military w/ID are $8 with Kids 11 & Under being FREE!

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New Egypt, NJ (April 28, 2019) – On Twin Twenty Night at New Egypt Speedway, Ryan Krachun and Ryan Godown scored Vahlco Wheels Modified feature wins. The Hammer Sportsman main event went to Will Dupree. Jermain Godshall came out on top of the Larry's Hot Rods & Harley's Northeast Wingless Sprint Car feature. Jon Meyer took the Street Stock race while Anthony Tramontana Jr. claimed the checkered flag in the Lyons Construction/Metal Fab Rookie Sportsman race.


After the original start of the first 20-lap feature for the Vahlco Wheels Modifieds was scrubbed due to a caution, Blaine Bracelin took the lead on the ensuing green flag with Pat Wall and JR Fulper next in line. Tenth place starter Ryan Krachun was quickly on the move and motored into fourth on the second revolution. The caution lights were illuminated on the fourth circuit. When action resumed, Krachun drove from fourth into first with Bracelin in second and Fulper in third. Pat Wall scooted past Fulper for third on lap six. Leading the field, Krachun began to pull away as the remainder of the top five spots began to shuffle. At the halfway point, Krachun had a comfortable edge over Wall, thirteenth place starter Billy Pauch Jr., eighteenth place starter David VanHorn and twelfth place starter Danny Bouc. With Krachun continuing to set a fast pace, VanHorn was persistent in moving forward and advanced into second with only six tours left. One lap later, Krachun began to encounter slower traffic. Throughout the final five circuits, Krachun’s large advantage decreased but he went unchallenged to record his fourth career win. With VanHorn taking second, Pauch Jr. finished third. Fourth went to Wall and fifth was taken by Bouc.

With the top thirteen from the first Vahlco Wheels Modified feature inverted for the second 20-lap affair, outside pole sitter Ryan Godown darted to the front with Matt Stangle and Brandon Grosso in tow. On lap four, Billy Pauch Jr. brought out the first yellow flag of the race for a flat tire. On the resumption of racing, Godown maintained his lead with Grosso moving into second. Following another caution period, Godown, Grosso and Danny Bouc were running in the top three positions with six laps recorded. On the eighth circuit, Godown repelled a strong challenge by Grosso to keep his advantage. By lap ten and after one additional caution, Godown was still in front with Bouc slipping by Grosso for second. Two tours later and following a restart, Grosso returned to the runner-up spot with Mike Butler driving past Bouc as well to take third. Following two more appearances of the caution flag and with five laps left, the lead was in Godown’s control with Grosso, Butler, and David VanHorn in his tracks. Godown went unchallenged in the final tours to record his second win of the year. Grosso finished in the runner-up spot with third going to Butler. VanHorn came home in fourth. After his fourth lap visit to the pits to get a new tire, Pauch Jr. drove back through the field to take fifth. The Vahlco Wheels Modified heats were taken by Danny Bouc, Billy Pauch Jr. and PJ Oliver. Davey Sammons won the consolation contest.

In the 20-lap Hammer Sportsman feature, Will Dupree held off Bob Lineman Jr. on a final lap restart to record his third career victory. Jason Kosch paced his rivals for the opening two tours before Dupree hopped into the lead. With Lineman Jr. placing second, David Burns finished in third after starting the contest in ninth. Brad Roberts was fourth and twelfth place starting Steve Davis was fifth. Ryan Heim and Will Dupree were the victors in the heat races for the Hammer Sportsman.

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Modified Twin 20’s Set For This Saturday April 27th at New Egypt Speedway

Billy Pauch Jr. leads the Modified points chase after three races followed closely by Plumstedville, PA’s Danny Bouc, Milford, NJ’s Mike Butler, and young gun’s Ryan Krachun and Brandon Grosso. Other perennial contenders include John McClelland, Billy Osmun, Davey Sammons, Cale Ross and Brian Papiez who is fresh off his first career Modified win this past Saturday.

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The Larry’s Hot Rods & Harley’s Northeast Wingless Sprint Cars will be in action for their third event of the 2019 season. Can Rich Mellor or Jermain Godshall keep up their winning ways or will Heidi Hedin or the ageless Stan Ploski pick up their first wins of the 2019 campaign?

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New Egypt, NJ (April 21, 2019) – At New Egypt Speedway’s Plumsted Township Night, Matt Stangle scored a win in the Vahlco Wheels Modified feature. The Crate Modified feature was won by Eric Palmer. Rich Mellor collected the checkered flag in the main event for the Larry's Hot Rods & Harley's Northeast Wingless Sprint Cars. Joe Garey Sr. visited victory lane after winning the 4-Cylinder race while Anthony Tramontana Jr. was the victor in the Lyons Construction/Metal Fab Rookie Sportsman.


The 30-lap Vahlco Wheels Modified feature began with polesitter Brian Papiez bolting to the front with JR Fulper and Matt Stangle in tow. The top three remained in order until a pair of cautions took place on the sixth tour. When green flag racing returned, Stangle grabbed the lead with Papiez in second and Fulper in third. Mike Butler, who started the event in fourteenth, was continuing his march forward as he moved into fourth place on the eighth revolution. After an eleventh lap yellow flag for a slowing John McClelland, the ensuing restart was red flagged as Kevin Vaclavicek’s car flipped on the frontstretch and collected other competitors. Once action resumed, Stangle was still on top with Papiez in second with twelve laps completed. Sixteenth place starting Danny Bouc inched closer to the front as he passed Butler for third on the thirteenth tour. The yellow lights illuminated for the final time with eight laps to go for Fulper. As the green flag waved, Stangle held off Papiez to maintain his lead as Butler took third place from Bouc and eighteenth place starting Ryan Godown motoring into fifth. On the very next circuit, Bouc regained third from Butler. With five laps remaining, Stangle had developed a half straight away advantage over Papiez. Stangle went unchallenged the rest of the way to pick up his second career Modified feature win. Papiez’s strong run netted him the runner-up position. With Bouc finishing third, Butler was fourth and Godown was fifth. Brian Papiez, Matt Stangle and TJ Lilly claimed the Vahlco Modified heat races.

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14 Mar 2020 07:30AM
Spring Swap Meet & Flea Market
21 Mar 2020 12:00PM
Open Practice
28 Mar 2020 12:00PM
Open Practice (Opening Night Re-Draw Spots To Fast Time In Each Division)

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