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Sammons Scores Third While Pauch Jr. Wraps Up 2019 Title At New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ – Davey Sammons and Dakota Kessler led the 30-Lap Vahlco Wheels Modified feature to the green.

Sammons would jump out the early lead and led the first six laps when Johnny Guarino, Cale Ross and Wade Hendrickson tangled in turn three. Sammons would jump back out to the lead on the ensuing restart with Kessler in tow. The second caution of the event would fly on lap ten when Kevin Vaclavicek, Dominick Buffalino and Blaine Bracelin got together in turn four. Sammons would again take command of the field on the restart. Brandon Grosso would take over the runner-up spot from Kessler after starting 10th on lap 13. The only slight hiccup that Sammons would have would be on lap 15 when his right side sail panel came loose and folded over which would not phase him one bit as he continued to set a torrid pace. Billy Pauch Jr. who started 12th would now be in the third position as him and Grosso battled for second while they chased after Sammons. 2018 track champion David VanHorn had now raced up from his 13th starting spot while him and Mike Butler put on a crowd-pleasing duel running side by side for the fourth position lap after lap toward the end of the event. They would all be no match for Sammons and he would lead wire-to-wire scoring his third Vahlco Wheels Modified main event of 2019 at New Egypt Speedway. Brandon Grosso would come home second with Billy Pauch Jr. third, David VanHorn fourth, and Mike Butler completing the top five.

“Two weeks ago we changed something on the car and had a motor issue, we got everything back in time for last week and found out we had a bent valve. So, we found something and it took us two weeks to run it. I drove as hard as I could. The track was really fun, I’ve won races where I had to run the bottom and it’s nice to win one where you have to get up on the wheel. We fought for this and we’re just happy to be here”, said Sammons post race.

After clinching the 2019 Vahlco Wheels Modified title the week prior, Billy Pauch Jr. was officially crowned champion this week, for Pauch Jr. it is his second championship in three years and four straight seasons where he hasn’t finished worse than second in points.

“It was a tough and challenging year, we really got going there. We really wanted to win tonight but hats off to Davey (Sammons), Our guys are awesome, this means a lot, I grew up here as a kid, we’ve had a good couple of years here and we have a lot of fun”, Pauch Jr. said following the race.

Brian Spencer picked up his second straight Larry’s Hot Rods & Harley’s Northeast Wingless Sprint Car feature over Rich Mellor, Larry Drake, Duane Nixon and Heidi Hedin. With his second place finish Rich Mellor has clinched the 2019 Larry’s Hot Rods & Harley’s Northeast Wingless Sprint Car championship.

Robbie Holzwarth scored his second Crate Modified win of 2019 and the second of his career over Ryan Heim, Sammy Martz Jr., Matt Miller and Johnny Bangs. The point battle is closer than ever with Joe Toth leading Johnny Bangs by just two points and Ryan Simmons 10 out of the lead in third heading into next week's final points race. The Crate Modified results are currently unofficial.

Rob Longo won the 15-lap feature for the Mike’s Performance Center 4-Cylinders over point leader Mike Fox, Joe Garey Sr., Dom Antonelli and Scott Dunn.

New Egypt Speedway is back in action next Saturday night when Hammer Electric presents Championship Night along with ¼ Midget Night. Track champions in the Larry’s Hot Rods & Harley’s Northeast Wingless Sprint Cars, Hammer Sportsman, Crate Modifieds, Street Stocks and the Mike’s Performance Center 4-Cylinders will all be crowned. Also all area ¼ Midget Racers are invited to put their cars on display and take part in our ¼ Midget parade during intermission.

Adult Admission (16+) is $20, Seniors (65+) are $18, Teens (12-15) & Military w/ID are $10 while Kids 11 & Under are FREE. Pit gates will open at 4PM with the grandstands opening at 5PM. Hot Laps are scheduled for 6PM with racing scheduled to begin at 7PM next Saturday.

New Egypt Speedway, which is New Jersey’s premier dirt racing facility, is located on Route 539 just minutes from Six Flags Great Adventure and the New Jersey Turnpike. A racy 7/16-mile D-shaped dirt oval, New Egypt Speedway serves Garden State race fans with some of the best competition in the country. New Egypt’s state-of-the-art facilities feature daylight-quality lighting and excellent sightlines from any seat in the house. The grandstands are fully wheelchair accessible with wide, clear, and well-groomed walkways. Concession facilities serve up everything from Jersey Burgers to ice cream treats at family-friendly prices.
For more information, visit online: www.newegyptspeedway.net, “Like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/newegyptspeedwayofficial, or follow us on Twitter @nesspeedway.

 

New Egypt Speedway Results

Flemington Car & Truck Country 

First Responders & Modified Championship Night

9/14/2019


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Danny Bouc Breaks Drought at New Egypt Speedway Will Dupree Captures John Romano Memorial Sportsman 30 

(Aug. 24, 2019):  Danny Bouc of Plumsteadville, PA broke his win drought Saturday night by taking his first Vahlco Wheels Modified feature event of the season at New Egypt Speedway. Bouc took command on a lap 4 restart and never looked back as he posted his 11th career win at NES.       

 

“It’s been a tough season and it is good to finally breakthrough,” exclaimed Bouc in victory lane, “I have a great crew and they changed a lot of things on this car and it was great tonight!” 

 

Pat Wall took command at the start of the 30 lap affair over PJ Oliver, Kevin Vaclavicek and Bouc.  Wall was strong in the opening laps until the yellow came out on lap 4 for Jim Martin who got into the turn four fence.  The restart was the turning point of the event as Bouc used the cushion to charge around the outside into second in turns 1-2, then flew by leader Wall in thurn 3 & 4 to be recorded the leader of lap 5. Bouc immediately opened up a half straightaway lead and as the race now stayed green he continued to set a fast pace as PJ Oliver gave chase. Just after halfway Bouc hit lapped traffic but he didn’t let this slow him down as he masterfully sliced his way thru it maintaining his advantage. With 6 laps to go the caution appeared for only the second time as Vaclavicek slammed the first turn fence and came to a stop. Bouc didn’t let this phase him as he powered away on the restart, and all eyes turned to point leader Billy Pauch Jr. who had only advanced to 7th before the caution. The 2017 champion grabbed fifth on the restart and then split the next two cars in close quarters in turn three to claim third. A lap later he was second and began to close in on Bouc who was more than half-straightaway in front. At the checkered Pauch got within 6 car lengths and settled for hard earned second, clinching his second NES Modified title a week early.  Mike Butler turned in another solid performance for third, Oliver held on for fourth and Brandon Grosso fought back late to complete the top five. 

 

Will Dupree of Somerset, NJ held off challenges from 5 different drivers to win his third event of 2019 in the John Romano Memorial 30 for the Hammer Sportsman. Three-time champ Bob Lineman Jr. led the early going and appeared poised to make the race a laugher as he ran away and hid, until his car broke at about the halfway point coasting to a stop. He was pushed into the pits ending his night.  Dupree inherited the lead and held off challenges from every top runner, sometimes 2 and three at once. But he was up to every challenge and went on to win a race very close to his heart, that honored his longtime friend and competitor John Romano Jr. Steve Davis took the point lead back by finishing second, John Criscione ran a smooth race coming home third, followed by Art Liedl and Ryan Heim. 

 

The Crate Modifieds 20 lap feature was won by Johnny Bangs for the second time this season. Bangs took the led before halfway from early race leader Andy Walko and never looked back. Dan Fleming bounced back from the big wreck two weeks ago to finish second as Ryan Heim posted his second top five of the night in third. The other two drivers involved in that big crash two weeks ago, Jeremy Martino and Robby Dunn, also bounced back in a big way to round out the top five.  

 

Billy Liedtka scored his sixth win and 32nd of his career in the 15 lap Street Stock victory. Liedtka held off a fast Brian Spencer for the popular victory. Todd Dige was third across the line coming back from an early race incident.     

 

Next Saturday, Sept. 14th will be Flemington Car & Truck Country First Responders/Modified Championship Night. All first responders w/ID will receive FREE General admission & there will be a parade of Emergency response vehicles at Intermission.  Pit Gates open at 3pm, Grandstand Main gates will open at 4pm, Hot laps on track at 5pm, and Racing begins at 6pm.  

 

 New Egypt Speedway Results

John Romano Memorial presented by 

48Barriers.com, G&M Dill Trucking and Amwell Auto Body

9/7/2019

 

Vahlco Wheels MODIFIEDS

 

Feature (30 laps):  1. Danny Bouc 2. Billy Pauch Jr. 3. Mike Butler 4. PJ Oliver 5. Brandon Grosso 6. John McClelland 7. Billy Osmun 8. Pat Wall 9. Blaine Bracelin 10. Rich Rutski 11. Cale Ross 12. Bryan Kuhl 13. Kevin Vaclavicek 14. Dakota Kessler 15. Ryan Krachun 16. John Packenham 17. Bob Lillick 18. David VanHorn 19. Jim Martin DNS: Johnny Gaurino, Chris Bennett    

Heat Winners: Kevin Vaclavicek, Pat Wall  

 

Hammer SPORTSMAN 

 

John Romano Memorial Feature (30 laps):  1. Will Dupree 2. Steve Davis 3. John Criscione 4. Art Liedl 5. Ryan Heim 6. Jim Housworth 7. Ryan Simmons 8. Bill Liedtka 9. Jim Hawkes 10. Marty Resnick 11. Will Trstensky 12. Bobby Dmuchowski 13. Joe Nappi 14. Jimmy Amato 15. Bob Lineman Jr. 16. Joseph Brown 17. Drew Reinhold 18. David Burns 19. Mike Toth 20. JT Trstensky    

Heat Winners: Bob Lineman Jr., JT Trstensky

 

CRATE MODIFIEDS

Feature (20 laps): 1. Johnny Bangs 2. Dan Fleming 3. Ryan Heim 4. Jeremy Martino 5. Robby Dunn 6. Joe Toth 7. Jon Meyer 8. Aaron Weaver 9. Howie Finch 10. Anthony Tramontana Jr. 11. Matt Miller 12. Vinny Troia 13. Andy Walko 14. DJ Hunt 15. Steve Hicks 16. Ryan Krushinski 17. Tom Princiotta 18. Zach Merola 19. Kevin Borden 20. Ryan Simmons 21. Jake Roveda 22. Bobby Holzwarth 23. Nick Van Wickle 24. Jarrod Burdge 25. Eric Palmer                                                                                                                                                             

Heat Winners:  Robby Dunn, Tom Princiotta, Andy Walko

 

STREET STOCKS

 

Feature (15 laps):  1. Bill Liedtka 2. Brian Spencer 3. Todd Dige 4. Jim Avery 5. Joe Reid 6. Billy Wroble 7. Marty Derr 8. John Bromme 9. Chris Felber 10. Sean Wall 11. Dennis Seeley

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Billy Pauch Jr. is “the Man” on Ladies Night at New Egypt

(Aug. 24, 2019):  Billy Pauch Jr. of , Frenchtown, NJ won his fourth Vahlco Wheels Modified feature event of the season on Central Paint Ladies Night Saturday at New Egypt Speedway. The 2017 Modified champion & current point leader powered around race leader Cale Ross on lap 16 and went on to his first win at NES since June 26th.

“We finally got one!” quipped a visibly relieved Pauch Jr. in victory lane, “We had a very good car tonight. These past two weeks are probably the toughest I have ever had racing and I was really down on myself, but we pushed thru and I am really proud of this whole team. This was a much needed win” 

Cale Ross, who ran away and hid in his heat race victory, looked to repeat that performance at the start of the 30 lap feature event. Ross with Blaine Bracelin in tow pulled away from the rest of the field when the yellow was quickly displayed with two laps in the books when Kevin Vaclavicek spun in turn 3 and Tuesday night’s winner David Van Horn slammed into him.  Despite the heavy contact, both cars were able to rejoin at the back of the pack for the restart which saw Pauch Jr. already up to 6th from his 10th starting slot. Ross again dominated the restart as Bracelin gave chase and Pauch Jr. battled with hard charger Danny Bouc as the duo sliced thru the pack. Pauch Jr. won this battle and quickly caught and passed Bracelin for second on lap 7 and then set his sights on Ross, who was 10 car lengths out in front. Pauch began to pound the outside of the race track as he tracked down and was the bumper of the leader by lap 12. Pauch appeared ready to fly by the leader, however Ross had found grip on the very bottom groove of the track and would power back past the point leader on every turn. Ross thwarted Pauch’s attempts to pass at every turn for 4 consecutive laps, until lap 16 when Pauch drove the car in deep into turn 3 and powered around the leader in turn 4. Ross moved up to the outside and kept up the torrid pace just five lengths back over the remaining distance. Some brief hope came in the form of lapped traffic in the final 5 laps, but Pauch Jr. handled it like the champion he is and went on to his 25th career Modified win at New Egypt Speedway. Modified rookie Ross continued to impress with yet another strong run for second. Bracelin posted his best finish ever at NES in third. David VanHorn rallied back from that lap 2 tangle to finish 4th and Davey Sammons rounded out the top five.   

Ryan Heim of Parkertown, NJ won his first career feature in the Hammer Sportsman 20 lap event. Heim took command on lap 4 and led the remaining distance holding off a late race charge by Jim Housworth and Steve Davis, who finished second and third respectively.  JT Trstensky and Art Liedl rounded out the top five.

The Crate Modifieds also saw a first time winner in victory lane, for the seventh time this season, as Kevin Borden Jr. outpaced rookie Nick Van Wickle over the 20 lap distance. Veteran racer Steve Hicks came home third, followed by point leader Ryan Simmons fourth and Howie Finch in fifth.      

Billy Liedtka scored his fifth win and 31st of his career in the 15 lap Street Stock victory. Liedtka held off Mick Search & Brian Spencer for the popular victory.

The Central Paint Ladies night Powder Puff race winners were Daralynne McCaughey (Sportsman) & Ashley Wroble (Street Stocks).   

Next week Sat. night August 31st, it is New Egypt Speedway’s annual Labor Day weekend double dip, with Twin 20 lap features for the Vahlco Wheels Modifieds. Also on the card will be the Larry’s Hot Rods & Harleys NEWS Sprint Cars, the Hammer Sportsman and the Mike’s Performance Center 4-cylinders.  Gates will open at 5pm, with warm-ups at 6pm and the first race starting at 7pm.       

Reminder, Sept. 7th will be the John Romano Memorial 30 lap event for the Hammer Sportsman sponsored by 48Barriers.com along with G&M Dill Trucking and Amwell Auto Body. Lap sponsorships and contingency bonuses continue to come in for this must see event. Anyone interested in getting involved by sponsoring something for this event please contact Pete McDonald at the track office (609)-758-1900. 

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BUTLER REGISTERS HIS SECOND VAHLCO WHEELS MODIFIED FEATURE WIN OF THE YEAR

New Egypt, NJ (August 11, 2019) – On Toms River Night at New Egypt Speedway, Mike Butler registered his second Vahlco Wheels Modified feature win of the year. The Delaware Auto Exchange Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series main event went to Tim Tanner Jr. John Criscione was the victor in the Hammer Sportsman feature. Brian Spencer topped the field in the Street Stock race.

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As the 30-lap feature began for the Vahlco Wheels Modifieds, Billy Osmun grabbed the lead with Cale Ross, Pat Wall, Rich Rutski and Blaine Bracelin next in line. By the third circuit and just before the first yellow flag waved for a multi-car tangle, Wall passed Ross for second with eighth place starting Mike Butler advancing into fifth. On the ensuing restart, Osmun maintained his edge with Butler motoring to the runner-up spot. Following another caution period on the fourth tour, Butler bolted to the front as action resumed with Wall in second and Osmun in third. Just as action was beginning to heat up on the fifth lap, Dakota Kessler’s ride came to a stop near the pit entrance and the yellow lights illuminated for the final time. When green flag racing returned, Butler fended off Wall to keep the lead with Osmun running in third. At the halfway point of the contest, Butler was increasing his margin over Wall and Osmun with Ryan Krachun in fourth and Danny Bouc in fifth. On lap sixteen, Bouc slipped by Krachun to move into fourth. With ten circuits left, the top two of Butler and Wall had pulled away from their rivals with Butler having a comfortable advantage. Over the final moments of the contest, Butler went unchallenged as he scored his second career Vahlco Wheels Modified feature win. Wall’s strong run netted him second place. With Osmun finishing third, Bouc came home in fourth after starting eleventh. Fifth place was claimed by Krachun. The winners in the Vahlco Wheels Modified heat races were Blaine Bracelin and Cale Ross.

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Grosso Gets Job Done At New Egypt; Simmons Mr. Crate Modified 2019

New Egypt, NJ – Belle Mead, NJ’s Brandon Grosso picked up his first New Egypt Speedway victory of 2019 on Saturday night during Jeep Night 2. Ryan Simmons was crowned Mr. Crate Modified for 2019 by winning the Mr. Crate Classic while Rich Mellor picked up his sixth Larry’s Hot Rods & Harley’s Northeast Wingless Sprint Car feature with Dominick Antonelli scoring his first career Mike’s Performance Center 4-Cylinder feature.

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Blaine Bracelin jumped out to the early lead and would lead the first five laps of the Modified feature with Danny Bouc in tow after getting to the second position on lap two with Brandon Grosso following him up through the field. Grosso would wrestle the lead away from Bracelin on a lap five restart with Bouc now in second followed closely by Billy Pauch Jr. and last week’s winner David Van Horn. Pauch Jr. would move in to the runner-up spot on lap six and began to chase down Grosso. Pauch Jr. would officially lead lap nine by a bumper over Grosso with an outside pass but a yellow would fall negating the pass before the field was past the stripe handing the lead back to Grosso. On the ensuing restart Grosso would take the outside lane and pulled away to a five-car length lead over Pauch Jr. The field would encounter lapped traffic at the halfway mark, as Brandon Grosso’s lead would fluctuate as they diced through the back of the field. Finally with just three laps to go Pauch Jr. would shrink the lead to just a couple car lengths closing even more with two to go, but it would be to no avail as Brandon Grosso would take the win by just two car lengths over Pauch Jr. David VanHorn would come home third with Danny Bouc and Davey Sammons rounding out the top five.

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David VanHorn Blitzes the Field on Youth Football Night at NES

(July 27, 2019):  David VanHorn of Ringoes, NJ won his second Vahlco Wheels Modified feature event of the season on Eastern Auto Parts Warehouse Youth Football Night Saturday at New Egypt Speedway. The 2018 Modified champion, DVH charged to the front quickly and never looked back as he recorded his 8th career victory in the 30 lap non stop event, which was completed in just 9 minutes and 14 seconds.       

“I have to thank the guys up at DKM Fabrication, This car was on rails tonight!”, stated an elated VanHorn in victory lane, “I also want to thank my Dad for all of his help and Fred Vahlsing for giving me the opportunity to drive this car and all of his support” 

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JR Fulper and Pat Wall brought the field to the green flag with Fulper taking command. This was short lived as Wall drove under Fulper on lap 3 to take over the lead. Wall had his #5w glued to the inside guardrail as he tried to open up a little breathing room on the field. Danny Bouc, who started in fifth, was on the move racing into second on lap 5. Meanwhile VanHorn was charging thru the field using the top groove and was suddenly in third closing in on the leaders.  Before Bouc could mount a serious challenge on Wall for the lead, DVH flew by on the outside sweeping to the front. Bouc quickly switched to the outside and followed VanHorn by Wall and into second. Bouc set his sights on reeling in VanHorn, however this was not to be as VanHorn’s #323 drove off into the night, while Bouc did everything he could to keep pace. With just 10 laps remaining lapped traffic came into play, but DVH handled it masterfully and cruised to the victory. Bouc settled for a solid and well-earned second place finish. Point leader Billy Pauch Jr. marched thru the field from his 13th starting position to come home third, Pat Wall used the inside groove to perfection finishing fourth and Mike Butler, who fell back in the pack early, came on strong late to finish in the top five.             

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Sammons Links Up Win Number Two On Premio Foods Night At New Egypt Speedway

New Egypt, NJ – Bordentown, NJ’s Davey Sammons picked up his second career and second Vahlco Wheels Modified feature event win of the season at the New Egypt Speedway on Saturday night on Upper Freehold/Hamilton Township night presented by Premio Foods. Also earning victories on Saturday night were Ricky DiEva in the Mid Atlantic 305 Sprint Cars, Matt Miller in the Crate Modifieds and Bill Liedtka in the Street Stocks.

Milford, NJ’s JR Fulper led the Vahlco Wheels Modified feature event to the green flag with Davey Sammons in tow. After some yellow flag fever to start the Modified feature, Fulper would set a torrid pace and appeared to be on his way to his first career Modified win until lap 16 when Fulper entering turn three would tangle with a lapped car ending his night. Fulper’s mishap would then hand the lead to Davey Sammons who would go on to win his second career and second Modified win of 2019 at NES. Following a lap two tangle that sent him pit side with a flat tire Billy Pauch Jr. rallied to finish second, further extending his point lead. Brandon Grosso, Rich Rutski and Ryan Krachun would round out the top five. Sammons would dedicate his win to long time supporter John Chemedlin who recently passed away.

“This one is for John, I thought about that with two laps to go, I had a tear running down my eye”, said Sammons post race. “It’s a shame, JR was running a good race, I thought I would be able to get to the lead on the top early but I couldn’t get off of two so I just fell in line and rode behind him for a little bit. I got a little tight early and I thought he would come back to me but he wasn’t. I thought I would get a shot at him in lapped traffic and it’s unfortunate what happened to him but we had a good car.”

It was a pair of young guns dueling in Crate Modified action between Matt Miller and Anthony Tramontana Jr. Miller would control the distance over Tramontana until Tramontana had a driveline issue under caution. Miller would then hold off a hard charging Joe Toth to pick up his first career Crate Modified victory. Toth would take over the point lead with his runner-up finish. Miller’s best career finish prior to this Saturday was a 12th. Steve Davis, Ryan Simmons and Johnny Bangs completed the top five.

Mid Atlantic 305 Sprint Car Rookie Ricky DiEva led wire-to-wire in the 20 lap main event picking up his first career Sprint Car win. Mark Bitner was a man on a mission trying to catch DiEva in the late stages of the event but it would be to no avail. Bitner, Jeff Geiges, Tim Tanner Jr. and Eddie Wagner rounded out the top five.

Bill Liedtka just keeps adding to his all time leading Street Stock win total, picking up the win on Saturday night over a fast Brian Spencer, Jimmy Avery, Joe Reid and Billy Wroble.

Six AMA Flat Track Motorcycles took part in three exhibitions throughout the evening in anticipation of next Sunday’s AMA Garden State Flat Track Classic.

New Egypt Speedway is back in action this Tuesday night with the Jersey Rush VIII featuring the 410 Sprint Cars, Modifieds and Crate’s. Pit gates will swing open at 3:30pm, Grandstands at 5pm, with Hot Laps at 7pm and Sprint Car time trials hitting the Speedway at 7:15pm. Adult admission is $30, Children 6-11 are $10, with Kids 6 & Under are FREE. Pit admission is $35.

New Egypt Speedway will showcase two days of racing action next Saturday and Sunday as well with the Mr. Crate Classic & Scout Night presented by Eastern Auto Parts Warehouse. The Crate Modifieds will be the main attraction in a 30-lap feature event. The Hammer Sportsman, Larry’s Hot Rods & Harley’s Northeast Wingless Sprint Cars and the Mike’s Performance Center 4-Cylinders will round out the racing card next Saturday. Pit gates will open at 4pm, Grandstands at 5pm with hot laps hitting the speedway at 6pm and racing at 7pm.

Then the focus will turn to Sunday where for the first time ever AMA Flat Track Motorcycles will grace the New Egypt Speedway for the Garden State Flat Track Classic. Pit gates will open at 9am, Practice will begin and the Spectator gates will open at 11am with racing beginning at 1pm. The Flat Track races will be held in conjunction with the Central Jersey Motorcycle Swap Meet, which will begin at 8am.

New Egypt Speedway, which is New Jersey’s premier dirt racing facility, is located on Route 539 just minutes from Six Flags Great Adventure and the New Jersey Turnpike. A racy 7/16-mile D-shaped dirt oval, New Egypt Speedway serves Garden State race fans with some of the best competition in the country. New Egypt’s state-of-the-art facilities feature daylight-quality lighting and excellent sightlines from any seat in the house. The grandstands are fully wheelchair accessible with wide, clear, and well-groomed walkways. Concession facilities serve up everything from Jersey Burgers to ice cream treats at family-friendly prices.
For more information, visit online: www.newegyptspeedway.net, “Like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/newegyptspeedwayofficial, or follow us on Twitter @nesspeedway.

New Egypt Speedway Results

Premio Sausage Night

7/13/2019

Vahlco Wheels MODIFIEDS

Feature (30 laps):  1. Davey Sammons 2. Billy Pauch Jr. 3. Brandon Grosso 4. Rich Rutski 5. Ryan Krachun 6. Brian Papiez 7. Mike Butler 8. David Van Horn 9. Danny Bouc 10. Jimmy Blewett 11. Pat Wall 12. PJ Oliver 13. TJ Lilly 14. Blaine Bracelin 15. Cale Ross 16. Bob Rambone 17. Billy Osmun 18. JR Fulper 19. Steve Young 20. Kevin Vaclavicek 21. Darrin Schuler 22. Bob Lillick 

DNS: Bill Liedtka

Heat Winners:  TJ Lilly, JR Fulper

Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series 305 SPRINT CARS

Feature (20 laps):  1. Ricky DiEva 2. Mark Bitner 3. Jeff Geiges 4. Tim Tanner Jr. 5. Eddie Wagner 6. Joe Kay 7. Rick Stief 8. Tyler Brehm 9. Tom Carberry 10. Sam Lieberman 11. Jason Dunn 12. Logan Diehl 13. Dom Melair 14. Scott Frack 15. Larry McVay 16. Randy Wilbert 17. Chuckles Stone 18. Bryant Davis 19. Marie McVay 20. Johnny Yanek 21. Steve Vorhees 22. Keith Anderson 

Heat Winners:  Rick Stief, Tim Tanner Jr. 

CRATE MODIFIEDS

Feature (20 laps): 1. Matt Miller 2. Joe Toth 3. Steve Davis 4. Ryan Simmons 5. Johnny Bangs 6. Eric Palmer 7. Howie Finch 8. Ryan Heim 9. Bobby Holzwarth 10. Robbie Dunn 11. Dan Fleming 12. Aaron Weaver 13. DJ Hunt 14. Andy Walko 15. Steve Hicks 16. Jon Meyer 17. Darren Cox 18. Jason Kosch 19. Nick Van Wickle 20. Rob Mancini 21. Zachary Merola 22. Anthony Tramontana Jr. 23. Tom Princiotta 24. Ryan Krushinski 25. Kevin Borden                                                                                                                                                                         

Heat Winners: Ryan Simmons, Dan Fleming, Anthony Tramontana Jr. 

STREET STOCKS

Feature (15 laps):  1. Bill Liedtka 2. Brian Spencer 3. Jim Avery 4. Joe Reid 5. Billy Wroble 6. Vern McLaughlin 7. Marty Derr 8. Chris Felber 9. Dennis Seeley 10. John Bromme 11. Sean Wall 12. Doug DeBray

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PAUCH JR. TAKES TOP HONORS AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY’S GARDEN STATE GUNFIGHT

New Egypt, NJ (June 26, 2019) – At New Egypt Speedway’s Garden State Gunfight 3, Billy Pauch Jr. took top honors in the Modified race. In the Crate vs. Open Sportsman main event, Will Dupree was declared the winner. The Mike’s Performance 4-Cylinder contest was taken by Jimmy Avery.

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As the 60-lap Modified feature got underway, polesitter Brandon Grosso hopped to the front with Jeff Strunk, Billy Pauch Jr. and David VanHorn in tow. With five revolutions recorded, Grosso was beginning to edge away from Strunk, VanHorn and Pauch Jr. Grosso’s margin over the field was a full straightaway when the yellow lights illuminated for the first time on lap twelve for a tangle between John Pakenham and Chris Grbac. When action returned, Grosso was still setting the pace with Strunk, David VanHorn and Pauch Jr. dicing for second. After a pair of caution periods on lap fifteen and seventeen, Grosso remained in control with Strunk, Pauch Jr., Van Horn and Duane Howard filling out the top five. By lap twenty-one, Grosso was pulling away from the pack but the activity behind him was heating up as Strunk was still riding in second and trying to fend off the third place running Howard and fourth place running VanHorn. Two tours later, Howard advanced into the runner-up position past Strunk. On lap twenty-six, Jimmy Horton slowed on the dirt oval and the caution flag waved one more time. On the ensuing restart, Grosso fended off his rivals to maintain the lead with Howard in second, Pauch Jr. returning to third and Strunk dropping back to fourth. Over the next few circuits with Grosso increasing his lead, the battle for second place saw Pauch Jr. acquire the spot from Howard on lap twenty-eight before Howard retook the position on lap thirty-one. At the fuel stop on lap thirty-five, Grosso, Howard, Pauch Jr, Strunk and VanHorn were recorded as the top five. During the brief break in the action, Howard relinquished second place to Pauch Jr. with a visit to the pits to replace a flat right rear tire. When the green flag waved to resume the contest, Grosso was on top with Pauch Jr. in second, Strunk in third, VanHorn in fourth and Mike Butler in fifth. With twenty laps remaining, Grosso had a several car length margin over Pauch Jr, VanHorn, Strunk and Danny Bouc. By lap forty-five, Grosso’s advantage had narrowed as Pauch Jr. began to use the lower groove in turns one and two to close in on the leader. On lap forty-eight, a multi-circuit duel for the lead began between Grosso and Pauch Jr. After a clean side-by-side battle, Pauch Jr. surged past Grosso to gain the lead with nine laps to go. Grosso tried in vain to return to the top on lap fifty-two but was repelled by Pauch Jr. With five to go, Pauch Jr. was approaching slower traffic when Cale Ross’s spin took place just in front of the leader and the yellow flag waved for the final time. On the single file restart, Pauch Jr. held off Grosso to remain on top. Over the last circuits, Pauch Jr. went unchallenged to claim his twenty-fourth Modified feature win. Behind the winner and second place finishing Grosso, late surges allowed Danny Bouc to finish in third and fifteenth place starting Frank Cozze to come home in fourth. VanHorn completed the event in fifth. The Modified heats were taken by Danny Bouc, Duane Howard and Davey Sammons.

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Cale Ross is “The Boss” Winning Career First at New Egypt

(June 22, 2019):  Cale Ross of Lambertville, NJ won his first career Vahlco Wheels Modified feature event on Graduation night Saturday at New Egypt Speedway. The 2016 NES Rookie champion, turned Modified Rookie this year, dominated the evening winning his heat race and then leading all 30 laps of the non stop event in just 9 minutes and 13 seconds. Ross survived a late race challenge from John McCelland in heavy lapped traffic to record the victory in just his 11th Modified start.      

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“I am really surprised to be standing here, We were broke after warm-ups”, stated a shocked Ross in victory lane, “But our engine-builder Gary Bouc ran around & got us fixed and here we are!”

McClelland and Ross brought the field to the start with Ross seizing control as they exited turn two. Ross, with McClelland in tow, pulled away from the rest of the field over the first half of the event. Danny Bouc & Ryan Krachun were the fast movers in the early going as they raced into the top 5. Point leader Billy Pauch Jr. charged up from 14th starting position and began challenging for a top five spot as the race reached the halfway point. By lap 19 Ross had almost a full straightaway lead over McClelland as he began to encounter lapped traffic. The traffic slowed him up a bit but he continued to smoothly lap each one as McClelland began to cut into his advantage.  With 7 laps to go he approached the cars of Jimmy Blewett and JR Fulper racing side by side for position. After several laps of trying to find a way past them “Johnny Mac” had just about erased his big lead. But with 2 laps remaining Ross made the move of the race as he “threaded the needle” between the two cars going into turn three and then cruised to the popular victory. John McClelland finished in the second position posting his season best finish, as Rich Rutski also posted his season best finish crossing the line third. Pauch Jr. and Bouc completed the top five.

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Butler, Nixon, Holzwarth and Krushinski All Win First At New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ – It was a night of firsts at New Egypt Speedway as there were four first time feature winners on Jackson/Wrightstown/North Hanover night. Mike Butler picked up his first career Vahlco Wheels Modified win, Duane Nixon scored his first Larry’s Hot Rods & Harley’s Northeast Wingless Sprint Cars feature event win, Robbie Holzwarth won the Crate Modified feature and Ryan Krushinski was the winner in the Lyons Construction/Metal Fab Rookie Sportsman division.

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Billy Osmun III led the Vahlco Wheels Modified’s to the green flag and would get out to the early lead. Osmun would lead the first four laps of the 30-lap affair until the first yellow flag flew when PJ Oliver came to a stop in turn number four. Osmun would lead the field back to the green on the ensuing restart but it would be Mike Butler jumping out to the lead clearing Osmun off of turn two. Ryan Krachun would be the man on the move as he charged up to fourth place behind Butler, Osmun and Kevin Vaclavicek.

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David VanHorn Victorious in New Egypt Speedway Thriller

(June 8, 2019):  Defending Modified champion David VanHorn of Harmony, NJ captured his first Vahlco Wheels Modified feature event of 2019 in thrilling fashion Saturday night at New Egypt Speedway. In a race that will be talked about for a long time, VanHorn grabbed the lead from Pat Wall and Ryan Krachun with just two laps remaining and held on for his 7th career win ay NES. The trio had a spirited battle over the final 5 laps, racing three-wide on several occasions including the race-winning pass.

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“We weren’t good on the outside early in the race”, exclaimed a jubilant VanHorn in the winner’s circle, “The moisture was coming up on the low side and you just had to be patient. It was a tough week and our team really needed this win tonight!”

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LIEDTKA SAILS TO A WIN AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

New Egypt, NJ (May 26, 2019) – At New Egypt Speedway’s Fan Appreciation Night presented by Hammer Electric, Bill Liedtka sailed away from his rivals to win the NES vs. the World Street Stock Challenge. Steve Davis topped the field in the Hammer Sportsman feature. The Larry's Hot Rods & Harley's Northeast Wingless Sprint Car main event went to Rich Mellor. Joe Garey Sr. was victorious in the Mike’s Performance 4-Cylinder race while Zachary Merola took the checkered flag in the Lyons Construction/Metal Fab Rookie Sportsman race.

As the 20-lap NES vs. the World Street Stock Challenge got underway, Bill Liedtka sped to the front with Jimmy Avery and Billy Wroble next in line. With five tours recorded, Liedtka had a comfortable advantage over Avery and Mick Search. As Liedtka was increasing his margin, Avery and Search were battling for second and Search became the winner of the duel on the eighth circuit. At the halfway mark, Liedtka’s lead was a full straightaway over Search. With five revolutions left, Liedtka was beginning to close in on the tail end of the field. As the two laps remaining signal was given to the drivers, Liedtka had cleared the traffic. In the final laps, Liedtka was able to complete the non-stop event in front of the pack for his second win of the year. The victory was Liedtka’s twenty-eighth in the division. Search finished in the runner-up spot with Avery taking third. Wroble was fourth and Brian Ludwig completed the race in fifth.

After taking the lead from Joseph Brown on lap eight, Steve Davis remained in control to win the 20-lap Hammer Sportsman feature. Polesitter Jason Kosch set the pace for the opening five tours before Joseph Brown became the new leader. Davis, who started the contest in ninth, passed Brown for first place on a restart following a lap seven caution. A strong run by tenth place starting David Burns netted him a second place finish. Third place was claimed by Bob Lineman Jr. Art Liedl and Jim Housworth rounded out the top five. The Hammer Sportsman heat races were captured by Jason Kosch and Art Liedl.

For the third consecutive time in the Larry's Hot Rods & Harley's Northeast Wingless Sprint Car division, Rich Mellor scored the checkered flag in the 20-lap main event. Mellor took command of the race from the early pacesetter Larry Drake on lap six and never relinquished the top running position. The victory was the fourth of the year for Mellor. Second place was snared by Heidi Hedin. Veteran racer Stan Ploski was third. Drake held on to finish in fourth. After a visit to the pits on lap eight, Jermain Godshall battled back to take fifth. Jermain Godshall and Stan Ploski won the Larry's Hot Rods & Harley's Northeast Wingless Sprint Car qualifying races.

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Davey Sammons Hits Career First on Little League Night at New Egypt Speedway

(May 4, 2019):  Davey Sammons of Bordentown, NJ captured his first Modified feature event of his career Saturday night at New Egypt Speedway. Sammons won his heat race and then led all 30 laps of the main event in front of car owner John Chemidlin who was in attendance despite still recovering from a neck injury.

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“I am very happy to be able to do this in front of John (Chemidlin)’, stated an elated Sammons, “We have had a strong car this year but haven’t been able to put it all together until tonight!”

Sammons and John Packenham brought the 22-car field to the green flag with Sammons quickly leading the way with Bryan Kuhl immediately getting the runner-up spot and giving chase.  These two drivers set the pace in the opening laps with Kuhl edging closer just before halfway while Brandon Grosso charged to the front from his 11th starting position. Grosso and 14th starter Billy Pauch Jr. were 4th and 5th and putting the pressure on third place Rich Rutski. As the second half of the race unfolded Sammons used his 410 sprint car experience to increase his advantage while lapping several cars.  As Sammons approached heavy lapped traffic at the back of the field, the first yellow of the event for a three car tangle just ahead of the leader slowed the pace with just 6 laps remaining in the 30 lap affair. After running 1 lap and seeing a second caution appear, the field was set for what would be the final restart, now single file as only 5 laps remained. The final 5 laps saw Sammons remain in control as his very strong #747 was just too much for the rest of the field.  Grosso, who had dropped back to fifth for the last restart, decided to try the far outside of the speedway over the final 5 laps and it paid off as he raced to a second place finish. Kuhl held on for a solid third, as Pauch Jr. and Rutski rounded out the top five.

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KRACHUN AND GODOWN SCORE VAHLCO WHEELS MODIFIED WINS AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

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.

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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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STANGLE SCORES A WIN IN THE VAHLCO WHEELS MODIFIED FEATURE AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

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.

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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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PAUCH JR. WINS THE VAHLCO WHEELS MODIFIED FEATURE AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

New Egypt, NJ (April 14, 2019) – Billy Pauch Jr. won the Vahlco Wheels Modified feature at New Egypt Speedway. The Delaware Auto Exchange Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series main event was claimed by Bryant Davis. Jim Housworth was the victor in the Hammer Sportsman feature. The Street Stock contest was taken by Bill Liedtka. Ryan Godown Jr. was the victor in the Lyons Construction/Metal Fab Rookie Sportsman race.

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After the original start of the 30-lap Vahlco Wheels Modified feature was marred by a caution, Cale Ross rocketed to the front on the ensuing green flag with Brian Papiez next in line. As the top two of Ross and Papiez were pulling away from the pack, Mike Butler was continuing his march to the front as the tenth place starter slipped into third place on lap five. Following the second and final yellow flag of the race on the eighth circuit, Ross was still on top with Butler nudging past Papiez for second with sixteenth place starting Billy Pauch Jr. jumping into fourth. One lap later, Papiez regained the runner-up spot. At the midway point of the race, Ross had a half-straightaway advantage over Papiez. Two circuits later, Pauch. Jr. was just in the process of driving by Butler for third when the second place running Papiez pulled into the infield and out of the contest. Now with Pauch Jr. in second and in hot pursuit, Ross was beginning to encounter the tail end of the field with eleven laps remaining. By the twenty-second tour, Ross’s margin over Pauch Jr. had evaporated to a mere two car lengths in heavier lap traffic. Over the next few tours, Ross had Pauch Jr. on his bumper. After a brief side-by-side duel, Pauch Jr. scooted past Ross with only five revolutions left in the race. Over the final laps, Pauch Jr. increased his lead and went unchallenged to grab the checkered flag for his twenty-second career Modified win. Ross held off Butler to take second. With Butler in third, Ryan Krachun finished in fourth after starting the race in eleventh. Brandon Grosso, who started the race in thirteenth, came home in fifth. The winners in the Vahlco Wheels Modified heat races were PJ Oliver and Brian Papiez.

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GODOWN LOGS A WIN AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY’S CABIN FEVER

New Egypt, NJ (April 7, 2019) – At New Egypt Speedway’s Cabin Fever 40 presented by Oliver Communications Group, Ryan Godown topped the field in the Vahlco Modified feature.  The Crate Modified feature went to Ryan Simmons. Jermain Godshall was the victor in the Larry's Hot Rods & Harley's Northeast Wingless Sprint Car main event. TJ Graves took the checkered flag in the 4-Cylinder race with Ryan Godown Jr. winning the Lyons Construction/Metal Fab Rookie Sportsman contest.

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Polesitter Danny Bouc bolted to the front of the pack as the 40-lap Vahlco Modified feature got underway. On the second circuit, Billy Pauch Jr. moved past Brian Papiez to take over the runner-up spot. The top three of Bouc, Pauch Jr. and Papiez remained intact until the first yellow flag waved on lap four. When action resumed, Pauch Jr. swept past Bouc to grab the lead. Following a trio of caution periods, Pauch Jr. was still in front with thirteenth place starting Ryan Godown in second, Bouc in third, and John McClelland in fourth with seven revolutions completed. During this stretch of green flag racing, Pauch Jr. built up a five car length advantage over Godown with fifteen laps registered.

Over the next few laps and with the top two in traffic, Godown quickly closed in on Pauch Jr. By lap twenty-five, Pauch Jr. and Godown were in a side-by-side tussle for the top spot.  On the next circuit, Godown wrestled first place away from Pauch Jr. Now heading his rivals and with ten laps remaining, Godown was knifing his way past slower competitors as Pauch Jr. was fighting back to regain the lead. On lap thirty-three, Godown and Pauch Jr. were door-to-door again with Godown using the outer groove.

Two tours later, Godown managed to retain his lead following a tangle with a slower running competitor in traffic. As the two-to-go sign was given, Godown still had Pauch Jr. in his tracks. On the final turn of the last lap, Godown fended off another determined challenge by Pauch Jr. to narrowly win his forty-seventh Modified feature. With Pauch Jr. taking second, Bouc’s strong run resulted in third place. McClelland was fourth. Eleventh place starter Brandon Grosso rounded out the top five. Pauch Jr., Bouc and Mike Butler were victorious in the Vahlco Modified heat races.

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Stout Field Expected For March Meltdown This Saturday March 23

Stout Field Expected For March Meltdown This Saturday March 23

 New Egypt, NJ – While the nights are still chilly, the action on track this Saturday at the New Egypt Speedway is expected to be boiling hot. A healthy cast of outsiders are expected to invade the Ocean County D-Shaped oval this Saturday in search of the $5,000 lions share of the Modified purse.

Invaders include Pennsylvania’s Mike Gular, Craig VonDohren, Jeff Strunk, Duane Howard, Rick Laubach along with 2018 Short Track Super Series South Champion Ryan Watt, The state of New York will be represented by Danny Creeden as well as Garden State invaders Jimmy Horton and Wade Hendrickson. Drivers that have expressed interest in invading this weekend include Mike Mahaney, Richie Pratt Jr., Roger Manning and Mike Franz.

They will all take on New Egypt Speedway regulars that include 2018 track Champion David VanHorn, Billy Pauch Jr., Danny Bouc, Brandon Grosso, John McClelland, Ryan Krachun, Ryan Godown, Matt Stangle, Davey Sammons, Bryan Kuhl, TJ Lilly and more!

Plus you just never know who could show up on Saturday!

The Modified feature will be 50 Laps in distance paying $5,000 to win and $400 to start.

The Crate vs. Sportsman will also be in action in a 25 Lap main event paying $1,000 to win and $100 to start.

Pit gates will open at 10AM for tech inspection, Grandstands at 2PM with Hot Laps being scheduled for 3PM and Racing at 4PM.

Grandstand admission is $25, Seniors (65+) are $23, Teens (12-15) & Military w/ID are $15 and as always Kids 11 & Under are FREE! Pit Admission will be $40. (Must be 16 years of age or older and have parental consent form w/Birth

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Also, thanks to our partners at Premio Foods, they will be offering up Buy One Get One Sausage Sandwiches this Saturday right off the Premio Truck!

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GODOWN ROCKETS TO VICTORY LANE AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY’S ALL STAR CUP

GODOWN ROCKETS TO VICTORY LANE AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY’S ALL STAR CUP

New Egypt, NJ (October 21, 2018) – At New Egypt Speedway’s All Star Cup, Ryan Godown rocketed to victory lane in the Modified feature. The Hammer Sportsman main event was captured by Art Liedl. Johnny Bangs topped the field in the Crate Modified feature while Rich Mellor took top honors in the main event for the Larry’s Hot Rods & Harley’s Northeast Wingless Sprint Cars.

As the 60-lap Modified feature got underway, Jimmy Horton grabbed the lead with Cale Ross and Ryan Godown next in line. Following a caution on the first circuit, Godown zipped to the front of the pack on the restart with Horton dropping into second. Horton regained the top running spot on the third tour. After two additional appearances of the yellow flag, Horton was still in command on lap seven with Godown in his tracks. After a good multi-circuit duel, Godown returned to the front with nine revolutions completed. Horton, using the high side, recaptured the lead on lap ten. Horton and Godown continued to remain in close quarters over the next several tours with Ryan Krachun in third and Duane Howard in fourth. On lap fourteen, Godown slipped past Horton to take back first place. Godown was beginning to build a sizeable advantage when the caution lights illuminated on lap seventeen for a slowing Jack Swain. When action resumed, Godown maintained his edge with Horton, Krachun, Howard and David VanHorn completing the top five. By lap twenty with Godown beginning to pull away from his rivals, Horton was fending off Krachun’s advances for second place. On lap twenty-five, Krachun’s good run ended as he slowed on the track due to a mechanical issue. When green flag racing returned, Godown fended off Horton to maintain his lead with Howard in third, Mike Gular in fourth, and Billy Pauch Jr. in fifth. As Godown was stretching out his advantage, David VanHorn motored by Pauch Jr. to enter into the top five. On lap thirty-five, a flat tire on Chad Barney’s ride brought out the final yellow flag of the contest and the scheduled fuel stop took place as well. Following the short break in the action, the top three of Godown, Horton and Howard remained intact. Pauch Jr. broke back into the top five by motoring into fourth on lap thirty-seven with Gular shuffling back to fifth. During this good stretch of green flag racing, Godown was able to build a comfortable advantage. However with ten circuits to go and lap traffic looming ahead, Horton was cutting into Godown’s margin. On lap fifty-two, the top two were beginning to pass slower competitors with Howard and Pauch Jr. battling for third. With only five tours remaining, Godown’s advantage was still evaporating with Howard and Pauch Jr. running door-to-door. After clearing lap traffic on the final circuit, Godown crossed the finish line before his foes to take his first checkered flag of the season and his forty-sixth of his career. With Horton coming home in second, Howard completed the race in third. Fourth went to Pauch Jr. with Gular finishing in fifth. Duane Howard, Cale Ross and Mike Gular were victorious in the Modified heat races. The consolation contest was claimed by Mike Butler.

After taking the lead on the fifteenth circuit, Art Liedl paced the field for the remaining tours to grab his second victory of the season in the 25-lap Hammer Sportsman feature. JT Trstensky led the opening fourteen revolutions before the tenth place starting Liedl took control following a restart. Trstensky’s strong effort resulted in a second place finish. Jim Housworth was third. Will Dupree was fourth and Joseph Brown was fifth. The Hammer Sportsman heat races went to Art Liedl and Louden Reimert.

In the 25-lap feature for the Crate Modifieds, Johnny Bangs survived a restart with two tours remaining to claim his first career victory. As the contest began, Bob Lilick grabbed the top running spot. Jeremy Martino took over the lead on lap two. On the sixth circuit, the fourth place starting Bangs swept by Martino to take command of the race for the remaining distance. Martino finished in second with Eric Palmer coming home in third. Fourth went to John Aumick. Ryan Simmons came from his sixteenth starting spot to finish fifth. John Aumick and Jordon Cox won the Crate Modifieds qualifying races.

Polesitter Rich Mellor led from start to finish to capture the win in the 20-lap main event for the Larry’s Hot Rods & Harley’s Northeast Wingless Sprint Cars. The victory was the second of the year for Mellor. Heidi Hedin came home in second. Eighth place starting Brian Spencer earned third place. Joey Biasi and Jermain Godshall rounded out the top five. The heat races in the Larry’s Hot Rods & Harley’s Northeast Wingless Sprint Cars division were taken by Rich Mellor and Joey Biasi.

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539 just minutes from Six Flags Great Adventure and the New Jersey Turnpike. A racy 7/16-mile D-shaped dirt oval, New Egypt Speedway serves Garden State race fans with some of the best competition in the country.  New Egypt’s state-of-the-art facilities feature daylight-quality lighting and excellent sightlines from any seat in the house.  The grandstands are fully wheelchair accessible with wide, clear, and well-groomed walkways. Concession facilities serve up everything from Jersey Burgers to ice cream treats at family-friendly prices.

For more information, visit online: www.newegyptspeedway.net, “Like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/newegyptspeedwayofficial, or follow us on Twitter @nesspeedway.

NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY RESULTS – SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2018  

Modifieds

Heat 1 - 1. Duane Howard 2. Jimmy Horton 3. Ryan Krachun 4. Brandon Grosso 5. Davey Sammons 6. Brian Papiez           

Heat 2 - 1. Cale Ross 2. Wade Hendrickson 3. Billy Pauch Jr. 4. Ryan Godown 5. Frank Cozze 6. Jeff Strunk

Heat 3 - 1. Mike Gular 2. David VanHorn 3.Rich Rutski 4. Jack Swain 5. Matt Stangle 6. John Willman

Consolation - 1. Mike Butler 2. Chad Barney 3. Kevin Vaclavicek 4. Johnny Guarino 5. Richie Pratt Jr. 6. David Hunt

DNQ: Frank Yankowski, Dakota Kessler, Steve Young, Mark Kratz, Jared Umbenhauer, Steve Davis, Roger Manning, PJ Oliver, Eric Engstrom, Danny Bouc

MODIFIEDS – 60 LAPS FEATURE  1. RYAN GODOWN 2. Jimmy Horton 3. Duane Howard 4. Billy Pauch Jr. 5. Mike Gular 6. David VanHorn 7. Frank Cozze 8. Matt Stangle 9. Davey Sammons 10. Jeff Strunk 11. Brandon Grosso 12. Cale Ross 13. Mike Butler 14. Rich Rutski 15. Wade Hendrickson 16. John Willman 17. Kevin Vaclavicek 18. David Hunt 19. Chad Barney 20. Ryan Krachun 21. Jack Swain 22. Brian Papiez 23. Richie Pratt Jr. 24. Johnny Guarino

Hammer Sportsman

Heat 1 - 1. Art Liedl 2. Ryan Beltz 3. Pat Wall 4. Jim Housworth 5. Ryan Higgs             

Heat 2 - 1. Louden Reimert 2. Brad Arnold 3. JT Trstensky 4. Will Dupree 5. John Criscione

HAMMER SPORTSMAN - 25 LAPS FEATURE 1. ART LIEDL 2. JT Trstensky 3. Jim Housworth 4. Will Dupree 5. Joseph Brown 6. Louden Reimert 7. John Criscione 8. Ryan Beltz 9. Ryan Higgs 10. Mickey Kessler 11. Marty Resnick 12. Kyle Lilick 13. Ryan Heim 14. Brad Arnold 15. Pat Wall 16. Matt Ellery

DNS: Erich Conk

Crate Modifieds

Heat 1 - 1. John Aumick 2. Johnny Bangs 3. Bob Lilick 4. Ryan Godown Jr. 5. Jeremy Martino            

Heat 2 - 1. Jordon Cox 2. Eric Palmer 3. Dan Fleming 4. J.D. Cranstoun 5. Aaron Weaver

CRATE MODIFIEDS - 25 LAPS FEATURE 1. JOHNNY BANGS 2. Jeremy Martino 3. Eric Palmer 4. John Aumick 5. Ryan Simmons 6. Jordon Cox 7. George Gareis Jr. 8. Dan Fleming 9. Bob Lilick 10. Kurt Bettler 11. Tom Princiotta 12. Glenn McIntyre 13. Rob Mancini 14. Aaron Weaver 15. Joe Brown 16. Matt Miller 17. Ryan Godown Jr. 18. J.D. Cranstoun

DNS: Jim Gallagher

Larry’s Hot Rods & Harley’s Northeast Wingless Sprint Cars

Heat 1 - 1. Rich Mellor 2. Jermain Godshall 3. Heidi Hedin 4. Al Cheney         

Heat 2 - 1. Joey Biasi 2. Brian Spencer 3. Stan Ploski 4. Lee Nardelli

LARRY’S HOT RODS & HARLEY’S NORTHEAST WINGLESS SPRINT CARS - 20 LAPS FEATURE 1. RICH MELLOR 2. Heidi Hedin 3. Brian Spencer 4. Joey Biasi 5. Jermain Godshall 6. Lee Nardelli 7. Jeff Schall 8. Kenny Nealis 9. Brad Schaale 10. Stan Ploski 11. Greg Shepsis 12. Al Cheney

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PAUCH AND LINEMAN RECORD WINS AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY’S LEGENDS OF THE FALL

PAUCH AND LINEMAN RECORD WINS AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY’S LEGENDS OF THE FALL

New Egypt, NJ (September 23, 2018) – At New Egypt Speedway’s Legends of the Fall, Billy Pauch Jr. took home the $7500 check after recording the win in the Modified feature. Bob Lineman Jr. topped the field in the Crate vs. Sportsman main event.

As the 75-lap Modified feature began, Billy Pauch Jr. motored to the front from his third place starting spot with Jeff Strunk grabbing second. On the second circuit, the first caution of the event took place for Anthony Perrego’s right front flat tire. When racing resumed, Pauch Jr. remained on top with Strunk, Danny Bouc, David VanHorn and Brett Kressley next in line. As a lengthy stretch of green flag action was evolving, the top runners began to encounter lap traffic with twelve laps completed. By the sixteenth tour, Pauch Jr. was masterfully weaving his way past slower competitors with Strunk in tow while Bouc and VanHorn were in close quarters for third place. The dicing through heavy traffic continued for Pauch Jr. and Strunk until the top two entered some clear space with twenty-seven revolutions completed. On lap thirty-three, the ride of Wade Hendrickson slowed down in the first corner and the yellow lights illuminated the dirt oval. When green flag racing returned, the top two of Pauch Jr. and Strunk stayed intact with VanHorn passing Bouc for third and Kressley fending off Jimmy Horton for fifth. On lap thirty-seven, eighth place running Michael Storms stopped on the backstretch of the track after the engine expired on his ride and the yellow flag waved again. Following the restart, the top five of Pauch Jr., Strunk, VanHorn, Bouc, and Kressley stayed in order. Over the next several laps, the advantage for Pauch Jr. began to increase until the yellow flag appeared for the lap forty-five fuel stop. During the brief break in racing, the fifth place running Kressley went pitside and did not return. On the restart following the short pause, Bouc lost his fourth place position due to a spin in turn one. Following the clean resumption of racing, Pauch Jr., Strunk and VanHorn were still in the top three spots with Craig Von Dohren in fourth and Horton in fifth. By lap fifty, Pauch Jr. was beginning to pull away from his rivals. With fifteen circuits remaining, the leader was back in the midst of lap traffic. On lap sixty-two, Frank Cozze’s mount stopped in the fourth corner. On the restart, Pauch Jr. repelled another challenge by Strunk to remain on top with VanHorn holding onto third, Horton taking over fourth and Mike Gular zipping into fifth. With ten laps to go, a spin by JR Fulper stopped the action. When green flag racing returned, Pauch Jr. remained in control with VanHorn outdueling Strunk to gain the runner-up spot.  Entering the closing moments of the feature, Pauch Jr. was comfortably in command until a mechanical failure on Strunk’s ride brought out the last yellow flag of the race with only three laps remaining. After the single file restart, Pauch Jr. held off VanHorn in the final laps to register his twenty-first career victory at New Egypt Speedway. VanHorn, the 2018 Modified champion, came home in second. Horton held off a hard charge by Gular to take third. With the seventeenth place starting Gular finishing fourth, fifth was taken by Von Dohren. Danny Bouc, Ryan Godown, TJ Lilly and Brett Kressley were victorious in the Modified heat races. The consolation events went to Mike Gular and Brian Papiez.

In the 30-lap Crate Modifieds vs. Sportsman, Bob Lineman Jr., the 2018 track champion, led every circuit to claim his fourth victory of the year and the twentieth of his career. Cale Ross came from twelfth to finish in second. Third place was captured by Art Liedl. After starting the contest in twenty-first, Louden Reimert completed the race in fourth. The top five was filled out by Jeremy Martino. The winners in the qualifying events were Matt Ellery, Art Liedl and Will Dupree.

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539 just minutes from Six Flags Great Adventure and the New Jersey Turnpike. A racy 7/16-mile D-shaped dirt oval, New Egypt Speedway serves Garden State race fans with some of the best competition in the country.  New Egypt’s state-of-the-art facilities feature daylight-quality lighting and excellent sightlines from any seat in the house.  The grandstands are fully wheelchair accessible with wide, clear, and well-groomed walkways. Concession facilities serve up everything from Jersey Burgers to ice cream treats at family-friendly prices.

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NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY RESULTS – SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2018  

Modifieds

Heat 1 - 1. Danny Bouc 2. Craig Von Dohren 3. Jeff Strunk 4. Dominick Buffalino          

Heat 2 - 1. Ryan Godown 2. David VanHorn 3. Jimmy Horton 4. Matt Stangle

Heat 3 - 1. TJ Lilly 2. Billy Pauch Jr. 3 Ryan Krachun 4. Duane Howard

Heat 4 - 1. Brett Kressley 2. Dan Hineline 3. Michael Storms 4. Mike Butler

Consolation 1 – 1. Mike Gular 2. Frank Cozze 3. Anthony Perrego 4. JR Fulper

Consolation 2 – 1. Brian Papiez 2. Wade Hendrickson 3. Dakota Kessler 4. John McClelland

Provisionals: Brandon Grosso, Kevin Vaclavicek, Davey Sammons, Rich Rutski, PJ Oliver, Brian Krummel

DNQ:  John Willman,  Eric Engstrom, Sam Martz, Rick Laubach, Chad Barney, Rocco Infante, Jimmy Blewett, Dillon Steuer, Mike Franz, John Pakenham, Gary Hager

MODIFIEDS – 75 LAPS FEATURE – LEGENDS OF THE FALL  1. BILLY PAUCH JR. 2. David VanHorn 3. Jimmy Horton 4. Mike Gular 5. Craig Von Dohren 6. Duane Howard 7. Brian Papiez 8. Danny Bouc 9. Brandon Grosso 10. Ryan Krachun 11. Kevin Vaclavicek 12. Brian Krummel 13. Mike Butler 14. JR Fulper 15. Jeff Strunk 16. Dominick Buffalino 17. Frank Cozze 18. Ryan Godown 19. Matt Stangle 20. Brett Kressley 21. Dan Hineline 22. Michael Storms 23. Wade Hendrickson 24. John McClelland 25. Anthony Perrego 26. TJ Lilly 27. Rich Rutski 28. PJ Oliver 29. Dakota Kessler

DNS: Davey Sammons

Crate Modifieds vs. Sportsman

Heat 1 - 1. Matt Ellery 2. Brad Arnold 3. Cale Ross 4. Jeremy Martino 5. Brad Roberts 6. Ryan Simmons         

Heat 2 - 1. Art Liedl 2. Jim Housworth 3. Ryan Heim 4. Bob Lineman Jr. 5. Pat Wall 6. David Burns

Heat 3 - 1. Will Dupree 2. Jason Kosch 3. J.D. Cranstoun 4. Bill Liedtka 5. Sammy Martz Jr. 6. John Scarpati Jr.  

CRATE MODIFIEDS VS. SPORTSMAN - 30 LAPS FEATURE 1. BOB LINEMAN JR. 2. Cale Ross 3. Art Liedl 4. Louden Reimert 5. Jeremy Martino 6. J.D. Cranstoun 7. Brad Arnold 8. Jim Housworth 9. Jason Kosch 10. David Burns 11. Will Dupree 12. Brad Roberts 13. Pat Wall 14. Mike Toth 15. Tom Princiotta 16. Matt Ellery 17. Ryan Heim 18. Chuckles Stone 19. John Scarpati Jr. 20. Bill Liedtka 21. Ryan Simmons 22. Sammy Martz Jr. 23. Jimmy Amato 24. Ryan Godown Jr. 25. JT Trstensky

DNS: Ricky Moran

Contingency Bonuses awarded - Modifieds:

American Racer Cup Short Track SuperNationals 11 Guaranteed Starter - Winner - Billy Pauch Jr.

Vahlco Wheels $100 Gift Certificate - 3rd Place - Jimmy Horton

ATL Fuel Cells $400 Gift Certificate - 5th Place - Craig Von Dohren

ERK Steering Repair Gift Certificate - 6th Place - Duane Howard

JTees Screenprinting $50 Gift Certificate - 9th Place - Brandon Grosso

DIG Racing Products Gift Certificate - 12th Place - Brian Krummel

Factory 51fty-One $51 Cash - 15th Place - Jeff Strunk

ERK Steering Repair Gift Certificate - 16th Place - Dominick Buffalino

Vahlco Wheels $100 Gift Certificate - 23rd Place - Wade Hendrickson

JTees Screenprinting $50 Gift Certificate - 24th Place - John McClelland

Wiz Fab $100 Cash - Hard Charger – Brian Krummel

American Racer/Lias Tire Burning Rubber Bonus (Free Tire) - Hard Charger - Brian Krummel

East Coast Indoor Dirt Nationals - $50 for each Modified Heat Race Winner - Danny Bouc, Ryan Godown, TJ Lilly and Brett Kressley

Strange Oval Just Missed Award - Free Axle to first non-qualifier - John Willman

Insinger Performance - $400 to be split evenly between Modified Non-Qualifiers - John Willman,  Eric Engstrom, Sam Martz, Rick Laubach, Chad Barney, Rocco Infante, Jimmy Blewett, Dillon Steuer, Mike Franz, John Pakenham, Gary Hager

JTees Screenprinting Giveback Award - $25 Gift Certificate to EVERY NON QUALIFIER for one of their sponsors (valid only toward a non-racing order - John Willman,  Eric Engstrom, Sam Martz, Rick Laubach, Chad Barney, Rocco Infante, Jimmy Blewett, Dillon Steuer, Mike Franz, John Pakenham, Gary Hager

Contingency Bonuses awarded – Crate vs. Sportsman:

ERK Steering Repair Gift Certificate - 6th Place - J.D. Cranstoun

ERK Steering Repair Gift Certificate - 16th Place - Matt Ellery

NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY NEWS

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