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Brandon Grosso’s Motor Lasts Just Long Enough to Become Sixth Winner in Six Races at New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ - Brandon Grosso of Belle Mead, NJ became the sixth different Vahlco Wheels Modified feature winner in as many races on Ladies night at New Egypt Speedway. Grosso had a comfortable lead when his engine began to lose power in the final laps, allowing runner-up Steve Davis one final shot at him on the final turn, but his motor had one last gasp in it which was just enough to drive back under Davis and beat him to the line by half a car length. The engine then expired heading into turn one requiring a push truck to take him to victory lane. 

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“The car was great all night until three laps to go, when I felt it start to lose power,” a relieved Grosso related in victory lane, “Fortunately it had just enough to get me back by him (Davis).”  

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Its Ladies Night This Saturday Night August 15th At New Egypt Speedway

New Egypt, NJ - Like the Kool & The Gang song goes, It’s Ladies Night this Saturday night August 15th at New Egypt Speedway.

All ladies will receive ½ price General Admission throughout the night.

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In competition will be the Vahlco Wheels Modifieds, who are looking for their sixth different winner in as many races this Saturday night. Can someone like Danny Bouc, Billy Pauch Jr., Wade Hendrickson, Dominick Buffalino or Frank Cozze repeat? Or will a new winner such as Mike Butler, Ryan Krachun, Davey Sammons, Brandon Grosso or David VanHorn grace New Egypt Speedway Victory Lane for the first time in 2020?

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Cozze Captures First New Egypt Speedway Mod Win In A Decade; Bitner Bags USAC East Main

New Egypt, NJ - Frank Cozze returned to New Egypt Speedway Modified Victory Lane for the first time in almost a decade on Saturday night aboard the Dave Renaldo owned No. 401. The two-time Modified track last graced New Egypt Speedway victory lane on September 4, 2010.

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Steve Davis led the Vahlco Wheels Modified field to the green-flag but it would be Kory Fleming leading lap number one. The first yellow flag of the event flew with a lap completed for Jimmy Horton in turn number four. On the restart Cozze shot to second and began to stalk Fleming for the lead. The second caution of the event flew on lap five for Matt Stangle stopping in the short shoot heading into turn three. When green replaced yellow Cozze shot to the outside of Fleming in turn one and emerged the leader on the backstretch. Debris was the cause of caution number three on lap seven.

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USAC East Coast Sprint Cars Set To Invade New Egypt Speedway This Saturday Night August 8th

New Egypt, NJ - The USAC East Coast Sprint Cars will invade New Egypt Speedway this coming Saturday night August 8th in their only 2020 appearance at the Route 539 speedplant.

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Come see USAC East Coast stars that include open-wheel standout and defending champion Steven Drevicki, Chris Allen Jr., Bill Unglert, Joey Biasi, Ryan Quackenbush, Christian Bruno, Bruce Buckwalter, Alex Yankowski and more as they take on the Larry’s Hot Rods & Harley’s Northeast Wingless Sprint Car regulars Presented by: The Meat Shoppe.

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Buffalino Cruises on Jeep Night at New Egypt Speedway, Fourth Winner is 4 Races

August 1, 2020):  Dominick Buffalino of Morganville, NJ became the fourth different Vahlco Wheels Modified feature winner in as many races Saturday night on Jeep night at New Egypt Speedway. Buffalino took the lead with 8 laps remaining in the 30 lap event and held on to post his first win of 2020, and the 13th Modified victory of his career. Buffalino swept the evening as he also won his 10 lap heat race.

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PJ Oliver and Steve Davis brought the 25-car field to the drop of the green with Oliver powering his way out in front. Cale Ross and Buffalino quickly moved into second and third and took up the chase of the leader during the first half of the race.  After lap 5 the race ran 21 laps before the next caution, and during this period Billy Pauch Jr., Ryan Krachun, Mike Butler and Davey Sammons charged up thru the tough field. At the halfway mark Pauch and Krachun battled for several laps side by side for the fifth position as Buffalino moved into the runnerup position and chased after leader Oliver. With ten laps remaining Pauch suddenly surged forward racing up to third. Buffalino at this point had caught Oliver and on lap 22 he made what would be the winning pass. Pauch grabbed second as the five to go signal was given to the field however Buffalino was more than a half of a straightaway in front.  One lap later the red flag was displayed for Brandon Grosso who had flipped in turn three, erasing the sizeable lead Buffalino was enjoying and setting up a four lap shootout. Buffalino controlled the restart but Pauch stayed with him and made one last bid on the outside in the final two turns, but Buffalino was up to the challenge and posted the popular win. Pauch Jr. finished a close second, early leader Oliver came home third, followed by Cale Ross and Mike Butler.

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