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An All-Star Field to Compete for the $10,000 All-Star Cup at New Egypt 

(Sept. 28, 2021):  This Saturday evening the 9th annual All-Star Cup Shootout for the Vahlco Wheels Modifieds will take place at New Egypt Speedway, and a star studded field will be on hand to compete for the $10,000 top prize.  The 100 lap event will pay $1000 for tenth and $500 to start, plus additional lap money.  Confirmed entries from across the Tri-State area have already been received, and continue to come in.

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Leading the list is newly crowned New Egypt champion Mike Gular, as he will be looking to capture his first All-Star Cup title. Former track champions David Van Horn & Rick Laubach, and 2017 All-Star Cup winner Brandon Grosso plan to defend their home turf. The trio accounted for 5 feature wins this season between them at the central Jersey track. The task will not be easy as many potent invaders will be in attendance, several of which have had previous NES success. 

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Tramontana, Dupree & Nardelli Win at New Egypt Saturday; Five Division Champions Are Crowned

(Sept. 18, 2021):  Anthony Tramontana of Vineland, NJ, Will Dupree of Somerset, NJ & Lee Nardelli of Bridgeton, NJ drove to victory Saturday night in their 20 lap feature events on Championship Night at New Egypt Speedway.  Tramontana captured his first career win in the Racersguide Crate Modified feature, Dupree won his first Sportsman feature in over two years, and Nardelli took top honors in the Larry’s Hot Rods and Harley’s NEWS Sprint Cars for the first time since April.  

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All 5 division champions were crowned following each of the feature events. Long time NES competitor Pat Wall won his first ever championship by finishing fifth in the Crate Modified main event. Justin Grosso won his first championship capturing the Sportsman division crown with a solid third place feature finish. Rich Mellor clinched his third straight NEWS Sprint title with his third place feature run. Rob Ormsbee won his 11th Street Stock feature of the season and was crowned champion for the first time in this division, and Justin Dunn won his first out-right John Blewett Inc. 4-Cylinder title after being a co-champ last season.

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All Star Cup Shootout 100: Modifieds (100 Laps), Crate Modifieds, NEWS + 4-Cylinders

All Star Cup Shootout 100: Modifieds (100 Laps), Crate Modifieds, NEWS + 4-Cylinders

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John McClelland Answers the Bell at NES, Wins Career First. Miike Gular is crowned 2021 Track Champion   

(September 11, 2021):  John McClelland of Martinsville, NJ has been racing a Modified at New Egypt Speedway for 13 years. He has come close on many occasions, has been a top five point driver several times, but had never visited victory lane in a Modified. That all changed Saturday night on First Responders night as the veteran racer broke thru in a big way, taking the lead on lap 8, then surviving a restart challenge from Mike Butler with 4 laps remaining to record his first Vahlco Wheels Modified triumph.  

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Mike Gular of Boyertown, PA clinched the track championship in his first full season of racing at the central Jersey track by finishing 4th for the third straight week. Gular only won a single feature this season on April 17th, but that propelled him to finish in the top 3 in eight straight events resulting in the 2021 Modified championship.          

 Wade Hendrickson grabbed the lead at the start of the 30 lap event trailed by DJ Hunt and David Burns. Hendrickson immediately began to open up a comfortable lead as Dakota Kessler moved into third. McClelland, who started 6th, had entered the top five after the opening lap and immediately used the outside groove to march toward the front. “Johnny Mac” began picking off a position a lap and found himself second by lap 5 and closing quickly on the leader. On lap 8 he caught Hendrickson and after a “slider” in turn 4 he was the leader of lap 8. McClelland was hooked up and just drove away from the competition as Modified rookie DJ Hunt raced in second.  Mike Butler took over third at halfway and began pressuring Hunt when the caution came out with 20 laps in the books.  McClelland drove away on the restart as Butler charged by Hunt for second, bringing Rick Laubach and Mike Gular with him. Brandon Grosso also used this restart to charge forward and enter the top 5.  With just four laps remaining Frank Venezia slowed on the front straightaway with a broken RR suspension, setting up a final challenge for McClelland. When the green waved Mike Butler threw his car under the leader as they raced side by side for a lap. Butler looked to have completed the pass the following lap in turn 1, only to watch “Johnny Mac” drive back around him in turn 2 and drive away to his first ever Modified win. Laubach got by Butler to finish second with Butler settling for third. Mike Gular crossed the line fourth to clinch his first ever championship, and Brandon Grosso rounded out the top 5.   

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Billy Pauch Jr. Gets Hard-Earned Victory at New Egypt Speedway 

(September 4, 2021) Billy Pauch Jr. overcame a broken driveshaft in his heat race, which relegated him to start 20th in the feature, and earned his 6th win of 2021 at New Egypt Speedway Saturday Night in the Vahlco Wheels Modified 30 lap feature event.  Pauch marched steadily to the front, and then took advantage of a lap 19 restart, as he wrestled the lead away from Kory Fleming and drove away to victory. 

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Chris Grbac and Jack Swain brought the field to the start with Grbac assuming command. Bryan Kuhl quickly charged into second and began catching the leader. As he closed in to challenge Grbac, 7th starter Kory Fleming was also charging to the front and quickly passed Kuhl and Grbac for the lead on lap 7. Fleming began to open up a comfortable lead as Kuhl moved into second and took up the chase.  Meanwhile, 20th starting Pauch was already up to 8th and following a restart began to show how strong his car was becoming as the race moved on.  By lap 17 Pauch had moved into third but had a lot of ground to make up on the two leaders and was having trouble closing the gap.  But that changed 2 laps later as the yellow flashed on for John Aumick, who had spun in turn four.  On the restart Pauch beat Kuhl into turn 1 and drove up on the outside of Fleming.  Fleming was fast on this night and as Pauch past him in turn 2, Fleming came roaring back under him to hold the lead. The duo raced side-by-side for 2 laps before Pauch wrestled the lead away from him.  Once in front, Pauch Jr cruised away to post the victory, the 35th of his career at NES. Cale Ross found a bite on the outside in the closing laps and took second, ahead of Rick Laubach who also made a late charge past several cars.  Fleming settled for 4th with Mike Gular rounding out the top five.       

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rock auto

american muscle

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An All-Star Field to Compete for the $10,000 All-Star Cup at New Egypt 

(Sept. 28, 2021):  This Saturday evening the 9th annual All-Star Cup Shootout for the Vahlco Wheels Modifieds will take place at New Egypt Speedway, and a star studded field will be on hand to compete for the $10,000 top prize.  The 100 lap event will pay $1000 for tenth and $500 to start, plus additional lap money.  Confirmed entries from across the Tri-State area have already been received, and continue to come in.

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Leading the list is newly crowned New Egypt champion Mike Gular, as he will be looking to capture his first All-Star Cup title. Former track champions David Van Horn & Rick Laubach, and 2017 All-Star Cup winner Brandon Grosso plan to defend their home turf. The trio accounted for 5 feature wins this season between them at the central Jersey track. The task will not be easy as many potent invaders will be in attendance, several of which have had previous NES success. 

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Tramontana, Dupree & Nardelli Win at New Egypt Saturday; Five Division Champions Are Crowned

(Sept. 18, 2021):  Anthony Tramontana of Vineland, NJ, Will Dupree of Somerset, NJ & Lee Nardelli of Bridgeton, NJ drove to victory Saturday night in their 20 lap feature events on Championship Night at New Egypt Speedway.  Tramontana captured his first career win in the Racersguide Crate Modified feature, Dupree won his first Sportsman feature in over two years, and Nardelli took top honors in the Larry’s Hot Rods and Harley’s NEWS Sprint Cars for the first time since April.  

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All 5 division champions were crowned following each of the feature events. Long time NES competitor Pat Wall won his first ever championship by finishing fifth in the Crate Modified main event. Justin Grosso won his first championship capturing the Sportsman division crown with a solid third place feature finish. Rich Mellor clinched his third straight NEWS Sprint title with his third place feature run. Rob Ormsbee won his 11th Street Stock feature of the season and was crowned champion for the first time in this division, and Justin Dunn won his first out-right John Blewett Inc. 4-Cylinder title after being a co-champ last season.

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All Star Cup Shootout 100: Modifieds (100 Laps), Crate Modifieds, NEWS + 4-Cylinders

All Star Cup Shootout 100: Modifieds (100 Laps), Crate Modifieds, NEWS + 4-Cylinders

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John McClelland Answers the Bell at NES, Wins Career First. Miike Gular is crowned 2021 Track Champion   

(September 11, 2021):  John McClelland of Martinsville, NJ has been racing a Modified at New Egypt Speedway for 13 years. He has come close on many occasions, has been a top five point driver several times, but had never visited victory lane in a Modified. That all changed Saturday night on First Responders night as the veteran racer broke thru in a big way, taking the lead on lap 8, then surviving a restart challenge from Mike Butler with 4 laps remaining to record his first Vahlco Wheels Modified triumph.  

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Mike Gular of Boyertown, PA clinched the track championship in his first full season of racing at the central Jersey track by finishing 4th for the third straight week. Gular only won a single feature this season on April 17th, but that propelled him to finish in the top 3 in eight straight events resulting in the 2021 Modified championship.          

 Wade Hendrickson grabbed the lead at the start of the 30 lap event trailed by DJ Hunt and David Burns. Hendrickson immediately began to open up a comfortable lead as Dakota Kessler moved into third. McClelland, who started 6th, had entered the top five after the opening lap and immediately used the outside groove to march toward the front. “Johnny Mac” began picking off a position a lap and found himself second by lap 5 and closing quickly on the leader. On lap 8 he caught Hendrickson and after a “slider” in turn 4 he was the leader of lap 8. McClelland was hooked up and just drove away from the competition as Modified rookie DJ Hunt raced in second.  Mike Butler took over third at halfway and began pressuring Hunt when the caution came out with 20 laps in the books.  McClelland drove away on the restart as Butler charged by Hunt for second, bringing Rick Laubach and Mike Gular with him. Brandon Grosso also used this restart to charge forward and enter the top 5.  With just four laps remaining Frank Venezia slowed on the front straightaway with a broken RR suspension, setting up a final challenge for McClelland. When the green waved Mike Butler threw his car under the leader as they raced side by side for a lap. Butler looked to have completed the pass the following lap in turn 1, only to watch “Johnny Mac” drive back around him in turn 2 and drive away to his first ever Modified win. Laubach got by Butler to finish second with Butler settling for third. Mike Gular crossed the line fourth to clinch his first ever championship, and Brandon Grosso rounded out the top 5.   

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Billy Pauch Jr. Gets Hard-Earned Victory at New Egypt Speedway 

(September 4, 2021) Billy Pauch Jr. overcame a broken driveshaft in his heat race, which relegated him to start 20th in the feature, and earned his 6th win of 2021 at New Egypt Speedway Saturday Night in the Vahlco Wheels Modified 30 lap feature event.  Pauch marched steadily to the front, and then took advantage of a lap 19 restart, as he wrestled the lead away from Kory Fleming and drove away to victory. 

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Chris Grbac and Jack Swain brought the field to the start with Grbac assuming command. Bryan Kuhl quickly charged into second and began catching the leader. As he closed in to challenge Grbac, 7th starter Kory Fleming was also charging to the front and quickly passed Kuhl and Grbac for the lead on lap 7. Fleming began to open up a comfortable lead as Kuhl moved into second and took up the chase.  Meanwhile, 20th starting Pauch was already up to 8th and following a restart began to show how strong his car was becoming as the race moved on.  By lap 17 Pauch had moved into third but had a lot of ground to make up on the two leaders and was having trouble closing the gap.  But that changed 2 laps later as the yellow flashed on for John Aumick, who had spun in turn four.  On the restart Pauch beat Kuhl into turn 1 and drove up on the outside of Fleming.  Fleming was fast on this night and as Pauch past him in turn 2, Fleming came roaring back under him to hold the lead. The duo raced side-by-side for 2 laps before Pauch wrestled the lead away from him.  Once in front, Pauch Jr cruised away to post the victory, the 35th of his career at NES. Cale Ross found a bite on the outside in the closing laps and took second, ahead of Rick Laubach who also made a late charge past several cars.  Fleming settled for 4th with Mike Gular rounding out the top five.       

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