New Egypt Speedway Results June 28, 2014

NEWS FROM NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY Route 539, New Egypt, NJ Track Phone: 609-758-1900 Contact: Pete Wortman, PR Director
Danny Bouc Dominates Modifieds at New Egypt
New Egypt, NJ (June 28, 2014) – Danny Bouc of Pipersville, PA won his first feature in almost 2 years Saturday at New Egypt Speedway as he captured the 30 lap main event by an incredible 6 seconds. Bouc took the lead early in the event, and with no cautions slowing the final 25 laps of the race, Bouc ran away and hid over a half a lap ahead of second place. Bouc actually blew his right rear tire coming off of the final turn and limped across the finish line, still winning by a 6 second margin!

The 30 lap event was slowed a couple of times in the first 5 laps for minor incidents, as Bouc raced up from his 4th starting spot to take command over John Stangle, DJ Ruppert and Pat Wall. During one of these cautions Billy Pauch was forced to the pits for some quick repairs and rejoined at the rear. With the green out to stay Bouc pulled away with ease in the first half of the event as John Stangle held on to second. At halfway, Bouc was a distant memory as an epic 4 car battle for second was taking place as Stangle tried to hold off Jimmy Blewett, Ryan Godown and Modified Rookie Kevin Vaclavicek. Vaclavicek suddenly raced into second with Godown giving chase as Bouc continued to stretch his lead as he was darting in and out of lapped traffic. The final 5 laps saw Bouc over 10 seconds in front as he was completely dominating the event. The final lap saw Bouc shred his right rear tire in turn four and limp toward the finish line. Fortunately for him, his huge lead allowed him to take the checkered first still six seconds ahead of Ryan Godown for his third career win. Godown took second with a late race pass over Vaclavicek, who had his best outing in a Modified to date. Blewett raced home fourth as Pauch used a last lap pass of Tad Cox to finish fifth.

The Crate Modified 20 lap feature event saw Charlie “Chuckles” Stone of Neshanic Station, NJ win his first feature of his career. The NES 2013 Rookie champion held off two-time defending champ Eric Palmer for the second half of the event to take the popular win. Palmer was second ahead of Bryan Kuhl, Ryan Simmons and point leader Mike Butler.

In the Street Stock 20 lapper Billy Liedtka of New Egypt, NJ took the checkered first, but was penalized to last place with fourth place finisher Mick Search when a technical infraction was found in the rear end of their cars. This gave the win to point leader and defending champ Dan Collamer of Waretown, NJ. Jason Saredy finished second, third was Jarrod Burdge, with Ron Frees & Billy Wroble rounding out the top five.

Derek Krum was crowned the 2014 HCI/SpikeNGo Rookie champion as he won the final 10 lap double point event. Kevin Dale finished second with Branden Clauss third.

Next Saturday, July 5, it is the Military Heroes 30 for the Modifieds at New Egypt Speedway with our annual Fireworks display. Joining the 358 Modifieds Saturday will be the NERS 305 Sprint Cars and the Crate Modifieds. $2 from every admission will be donated to the Wounded Warriors Project. There will also be an appearance by two Philadelphis Eagles cheerleaders. 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. Danny Bouc 2. PJ Oliver 3. Gary Butler 4. Ryan Godown 5. Billy Pauch Jr. 6. Tad Cox
2nd Heat: 1. Neal Williams 2. Pat Wall 3. David Van Horn 4. Sammy Piazza 5. Billy Pauch 6. Jimmy Blewett
Feature (30 Laps): 1.Danny Bouc 2. Ryan Godown 3. Kevin Vaclavicek 4. Jimmy Blewett 5. Billy Pauch 6. Tad Cox 7. David Van Horn 8. Willie Osmun 9. Billy Pauch Jr. 10. Sammy Piazza 11. Neal Williams 12. John Stangle
13. Gary Butler 14. Pat Wall 15. DJ Ruppert 16. Bobby Butler 17. Doug Ostwald 18. Tim Apgar 19. PJ Oliver 20. John McClelland

1st Heat: 1. Steve Hicks 2. Mike Butler 3. Mike Carman 4. Frank Dorry 5. Pat Hires 6. Jimmy Martin
2nd Heat: 1. Eric Palmer 2. Matt Carman 3. Chuckles Stone 4. Justin Dunn 5. Jason Bittner 6. Mike Everett
3rd Heat: 1. Bryan Kuhl 2. Ryan Simmons 3. Ebby Ridge 4. Chuck Steuer 5. Johnny Cornell III 6. Brian Papiez
B-Main: 1. Paul Hartwig 2. Jordan Cox 3. Aaron Weaver 4. Adam Gordon 5. John Micek 6. Jeremy Martino
Feature: 1. Chuckles Stone 2. Eric Palmer 3. Bryan Kuhl 4. Ryan Simmons 5. Mike Butler 6. Chuck Steuer 7. Frank Dorry 8. Mike Carman 9. Brian Papiez 10. Jimmy Martin 11. John Micek 12. Ebby Ridge 13. Johnny Cornell III
14. Mike Everett 15. Paul Hartwig 16. Jordan Cox 17. Jeremy Martino 18. Adam Gordon 19. Derek Krum 20. Aaron Weaver 21. Matt Carmen 22. Justin Dunn 23.Steve Hicks 24. Pat Hires 25. Jason Bittner
DNQ: Lauren Emmons, Kevin Dale, Joe Reid, Robbie Dunn, Jarrett Rozycki, JD Cranstoun, Scott Hyland

1st Heat: 1. Billy Wroble 2. Jarod Burdge 3. Marty Derr 4. Bill Connolly 5. Brian Ludwig 6. John Carpenter
2nd Heat: 1. Jason Saredy 2. Mick Search 3. Ron Frees 4. Bill Liedtka 5. Tom Princiotta 6. Dan Collamer
Feature (20 Laps): 1. Dan Collamer 2. Jason Saredy 3. Jarrod Burdge 4. Ron Frees 5. Billy Wroble 6. Tom Princiotta 7. John Carpenter 8. Brian Ludwig 9. Bill Connolly 10. Joe Reid
11. Todd Dige 12. Dennis Seeley 13. Gary Klimeczak 14. Marty Derr 15. Darren Cox 16. Spider Ensinger Sr. 17. Bill Liedtka 18. Mick Search


Feature (10 laps): 1. Derek Krum 2. Kevin Dale 3. Branden Clauss 4. Mike Frank

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