New Egypt Speedway Results July 5, 2014

NEWS FROM NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY Route 539, New Egypt, NJ Track Phone: 609-758-1900 Contact: Pete Wortman, PR Director

Stangle has the Angle, Captures Career First at New Egypt Speedway

New Egypt, NJ (July 5, 2014) – John Stangle of Neshanic Station, NJ had been so close to victory on many occasions over the years that he had begun to think it may never happen. But his hard work and perseverance paid off Saturday night as he finally captured that elusive first win in the 30 lap Modified feature at New Egypt Speedway. Stangle lead every lap in his Hutter powered Troyer car as he went wire to wire in the non-stop event defeating runner-up David Van Horn by three car lengths at the finish.
“I have never worked harder for anything in my life!” stated a jubilant Stangle in victory lane as fifth place finisher Jimmy Horton pulled up to congratulate him, “I can’t believe we finally did it!”

Stangle and DJ Ruppert brought the field to the start with Stangle wasting no time taking command. Stangle showed his power early as he opened up a comfortable lead over the first ten laps as David Van Horn worked his way into second, soon chased by Willie Osmun. That duo gave chase to Stangle but could not get closer than 6-8 car lengths from the leader as Stangle cruised with an open track ahead. Meanwhile Billy Pauch Jr. and Ryan Godown were working their way up thru traffic in an exciting side-by-side duel and entered the top five before halfway, as they began to reel in the front runners. Stangle entered lapped traffic soon after the halfway point as Pauch Jr. and Godown caught Osmun and Van Horn. The four car battle for second saw all of them evenly matched as the group bagen to close in on the leader. With just 5 laps remaining Van Horn was within three car lengths of Stangle and the crowd began to anticipate that the night’s fireworks might begin early. However, Stangle never waivered, hitting all of his marks winning by just under 1 second over Stangle and Osmun. Pauch Jr. spun coming off of the final turn collecting Jimmy Blewett and Neal Williams as Godown crossed the line fourth. Jimmy Horton drove around that tangle to come home fifth.

Mike Haggenbottom of Levittown, PA used a well-executed last lap slide job to win his second race of the year in the New Egypt RaceSavers 305 Sprint Car 20 lap feature. Adam Carberry drove a tremendous race as he took the lead from Phil Meisner, Jr. on lap five and held the top spot until the final turn when Haggenbottom made his dramatic move. Carberry earned a well-deserved but disappointing second, followed by Meisner, Rory Janney and Mark Bitner.

The Crate Modified 20 lap feature event was won by Matt Carman of Milford, NJ. Carman held off Bryan Kuhl and his brother Mike to earn his second career win. Point leader Mike Butler was fourth and Paul Hartwig rounded out the top five.

Next Saturday, July 12th, it is the annual Christmas in July celebration at New Egypt Speedway featuring the USMC Toys for Tots drive. Donate to the toy drive, and get chances to win some fabulous prizes during the evening. There is also rumor of a couple of special guests from the North Pole making and appearance. The 358 Modifieds, NERS 305 Sprint Cars, Sportsman & Street Stocks will be in action on the speedway. Gates will open at 4:00 p.m. with the first race starting at 6:00 pm. For more information call the speedway office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to, “Like” us on Facebook /NewEgyptSpeedwayOfficial, or follow us on Twitter @nesspeedway.


1st Heat: 1. Billy Pauch 2. Neal Williams 3. PJ Oliver 4. Gary Butler 5. John Stangle 6. Jimmy Horton
2nd Heat: 1. David Van Horn 2. Willie Osmun 3. Ryan Godown 4. Billy Pauch Jr. 5. Jimmy Blewett 6. DJ Ruppert
Feature (30 Laps): 1. John Stangle 2. David Van Horn 3. Willie Osmun 4. Ryan Godown 5. Jimmy Horton 6. Billy Pauch 7. Tad Cox 8. Gary Butler 9. DJ Ruppert 10. Pat Wall 11. Kevin Vaclavicek 12. Chris Grbac 13. Bobby Butler 14. Billy Pauch Jr. 15. Jimmy Blewett 16. Neal Williams 17. Doug Ostwald 18. Steve Davis 19. Matt Paiez 20. Tim Apgar 21. Sammy Piazza
DNS: PJ Oliver, Danny Bouc

1st Heat: 1. Mike Carman 2. Steve Hicks 3. Mike Butler 4. Jeremy Martino 5. Chuckles Stone 6. Robbie Dunn
2nd Heat: 1. Chuck Steuer 2. Justin Dunn 3. Matt Carman 4. Jimmy Martin 5. Brian Papiez 6. Jarrett Rozycki
3rd Heat: 1. Paul Hartwig 2. Jordan Cox 3. Bryan Kuhl 4. Frank Dorry 5. Ryan Simmons 6. Adam Gordon
B Main: 1. Eric Palmer 2. John Micek 3. Mike Everett 4. Pat Hires 5. Ebby Ridge 6. Rich Wilson
Pts. Prov: Clyde Cox
Feature (20 Laps): 1. Matt Carman 2. Bryan Kuhl 3. Mike Carman 4. Mike Butler 5. Paul Hartwig 6. Chuckles Stone 7. Brian Papiez 8. Steve Hicks 9. Rich Wilson 10. Jordan Cox 11. Ryan Simmons 12. Clyde Cox 13. Frank Dorry 14. Chuck Steuer 15. Adam Gordon 16. Ebby Ridge 17. Jarrett Rozycki 18. Jimmy Martin 19. John Micek 20. Mike Everett 21. Robbie Dunn 22. Jeremy Martino 23. Eric Palmer 24. Justin Dunn 25. Pat Hires
DNQ: Jeff Kuhl, Melissa Scarpati, Derek Krum, Scott Hyland, Aaron Weaver.

1st Heat: 1. Mike Haggenbottom 2. Adam Carberry 3. Mark Bitner 4. Tim Tanner Jr. 5. Rick Stief 6. Joe Lord
2nd Heat: 1. Rory Janney 2. Phil Meisner Jr. 3. Bobby Devault 4. Ryan Stillwagon 5. Harris nKohen 6. Jimmy Carpenter
3rd Heat: 1. Justin Hoffman 2. Neal Williams 3. Tommy Carberry Jr. 4. Jeff Geiges 5. Jamie Kostic 6. Stephanie Palmai
B Main: 1. Erika Palmai 2. Dave Brown Jr. 3. Chuck Palmucci 4. Karl Freyer 5. Jon Brennfleck 6. Shane Smith
Feature (20 Laps): 1. Mike Haggenbottom 2. Adam Carberry 3. Phil Meisner Jr. 4. Rory Janney 5. Mark Bitner 6. Jeff Geiges 7. Neal Williams 8. Tim Tanner Jr. 9. Bobby Devault 10. Ryan Stillwagon 11. Joe Lord 12. Dave Brown Jr. 13. Tommy Carberry Jr. 14. Justin Hoffman 15. Chuck Palmucci 16. Shane Smith 17. Steve Vorhees 18. Jamie Kostic 19. Karl Freyer 20. Harris Kohen 21. Erika Palmai 22. Stephanie Palmai 23. Rick Stief 24. Jimmy Carpenter
DNS: Jon Brennfleck
DNQ: Keith Anderson, Bruce Roslin, John Snook

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