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MAY
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SALUTE TO OUR VETERANS 40 SET FOR SATURDAY MAY 26 AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY; ALL MILITARY ADMITTED FREE

SALUTE TO OUR VETERANS 40 SET FOR SATURDAY MAY 26 AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY; ALL MILITARY ADMITTED FREE
New Egypt, NJ – Following back-to-back rain outs the New Egypt Speedway will be back in action  this Saturday  Night May 26th with the 2nd Annual Salute To Our Veterans 40 for the Modifieds. Crate Modifieds, Street Stocks, 4-Cylinders & the Lyons Construction/Metal Fab Rookie Sportsman will also be in action this weekend. As a Thank You for their service, all active and retired military w/ID will receive free General Admission this  coming Saturday  night. This Saturday  will also be the “Dirty Dozen” Round of 12 in the JTee’s May Modified Madness Series. Following the tragedy that took place in his hometown of Paramus, NJ last week, Crate Modified driver John Criscione and New Egypt Speedway will be teaming up for a helmet drive to be conducted during intermission  on Saturday  night. Pit Gates will open at  3PM , Spectator Gates will open at  4PM  with Hot-Laps being scheduled for  5PM  and Racing beginning at  6PM.  Admission to the grandstand is $22 for adults, $20 for seniors 65 and older, $10 for teens 12-15 and Kids 11 & Under are FREE. Pit admission is $30 with a New Egypt Speedway license and $40 with no license. New Egypt Speedway is located on...
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MAY
19
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RACES on May 19th 2018 ARE CANCELLED

Due to the constant rain during the week and more rain in the forecast, we have cancelled tonight’s events. We will be back in action next Saturday night with our Salute To Our Veterans 40 for the Modifieds. All Military w/ID will receive FREE GENERAL ADMISSION. We hope to see you here!
MAY
10
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JTEE’S SIGNS ON TO BE MAY MODIFIED MADNESS TITLE SPONSOR AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

JTEE’S SIGNS ON TO BE MAY MODIFIED MADNESS TITLE SPONSOR AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY
New Egypt, NJ (May 9, 2018) – The May Modified Madness Series is happy to announce that JTee’s Screen Printing out of New Egypt, NJ has signed on to be the title sponsor of the 2018 May Modified Madness Series. “Jess Tronco and Tom Princiotta from JTee’s have been easy and great to work with in putting this whole deal together, we have some cool stuff planned for not only this year but years to come for the Madness Series”, said series promoter Pete MacDonald. JTee’s will be supplying apparel to the May Madness Series that will be sold on race days in the New Egypt Speedway novelty stand. For more information on JTee’s you can visit them online at www.gojtees.com, call them at 609-462-6437 or e-mail them at gojtees@gmail.com . Danny Bouc picked up the Round of 24 this past Saturday at New Egypt Speedway to guarantee himself a shot at the May Modified Madness Championship, which will conclude on Saturday May 26 during the Salute to our Veterans 40, held at the Ocean County speed plant. There will be more to come in the coming days concerning the series. The May Modified Madness Series is a unique bracket-type...
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MAY
07
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RESCHEDULE June 10th 2018 Mud In The Pines

RESCHEDULE June 10th 2018 Mud In The Pines
  Mud Hop, Classic Car Show & DEMOLITION DERBY!
MAY
06
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BOUC BESTS THE MODIFIED FIELD AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

BOUC BESTS THE MODIFIED FIELD AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY
New Egypt, NJ (May 6, 2018) – During the Round of 24 for the May Madness Modified Series, Danny Bouc bested the Modified field at New Egypt Speedway. The Hammer Sportsman feature was won by Pat Wall. Joe Toth took the checkered flag in the Crate Modified main event. Eric Jennings scored the victory in the Larry’s Hot Rods & Harley’s Northeast Wingless Sprint Car feature. The 8-lap Lyons Construction/Metal Fab Rookie Sportsman feature was taken by Ryan Heim. Joe Garey, Sr. claimed the top prize in the 4-Cylinder race. As the 30-lap Modified feature got underway, JR Fulper jumped out to the front with Steve Davis and Brian Papiez next in line. Eighth place starting Danny Bouc quickly began to move forward and was in second place with five tours completed. On the sixth circuit, a slowing Bryan Kuhl brought out the first yellow flag. When the green flag waved again, Bouc blasted by Fulper to take the lead with David VanHorn driving into third. VanHorn, who started the contest in ninth, slipped by Fulper on lap nine to take over second. Following another caution period on the ninth revolution, Bouc held off VanHorn to maintain his advantage with...
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