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JUN
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It's back! The Garden State Gunfight 2

It's back! The Garden State Gunfight 2

It's back! The Garden State Gunfight 2 will be held on Wednesday night June 27th at New Egypt Speedway. See the top Modified drivers from all across the region in a 60-Lap $6,000 to win/$400 to start main event! The Crate vs. Open Sportsman will also be on the card in a 25 Lap feature paying $1,000 to win and $100 to start!

Pit Gates will open at 4PM, Spectator Gates will open at 5PM, Hot Laps are scheduled for 6PM with Racing beginning at 7PM!

Admission: Adults: $25 - Seniors (65 & Up): $23 - Teens (12-15) & Military & Spouses (With ID): $15 - Children 11 & Under are FREE

Let's see who's got what it takes to park their GUNSLINGER in Victory Lane on June 27th!

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JUN
06
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BIKE NIGHT IS UP NEXT AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

BIKE NIGHT IS UP NEXT AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

New Egypt, NJ (June 6, 2018) – Bike Night is set to take place on Saturday, June 9 at New Egypt Speedway. Bikers arriving to the speedway on their motorcycle will receive half price admission to the grandstand. Plus, a bike giveaway will occur for kids in attendance.

Due to last Saturday’s program being cancelled due to rain, “The Slideways Six” (Round of 6) of the JTees Screen Printing May Madness Modified Series will be contested on this night. The Hammer Sportsman, Street Stocks, 4-Cylinders and Lyons Construction/Metal Fab Rookie Sportsman will join the Modifieds on the docket.

On Saturday, June 9, the pit gates open at 4:00 p.m. with the grandstand turnstiles unlocking at 5:00 p.m. Hot laps start at 6:00 p.m. and the first green flag waves at 7:00 p.m. Admission to the grandstand is $20 for adults, $18 for seniors 65 and older, $10 for teens 12-15, $10 for military personal and their spouses with ID, 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 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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JUN
02
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Races are Cancelled for June 2nd 2018

Due to the rain fall in the last hour or so we have been forced to cancel for this evening.

Jeep Night will be rescheduled for a later date in the season

MAY
31
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BUY ONE, GET ONE SAUSAGE SANDWICHES AS PREMIO FOODS PRESENT’S JEEP NIGHT THIS SATURDAY NIGHT AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

BUY ONE, GET ONE SAUSAGE SANDWICHES AS PREMIO FOODS PRESENT’S JEEP NIGHT THIS SATURDAY NIGHT AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

New Egypt, NJ (May 30, 2018) – The first ever Jeep Night will be held this Saturday night at the New Egypt Speedway. All Jeep owners will receive ½ price general admission when they bring their Jeep on Saturday and be able to take part in the Jeep Parade during intermission providing they are 18 years of age or older. Premio Foods will bring all this to you on Saturday night June 2.

Premio will also be running a special on their famous Sausage Sandwiches as they will be buy one, get one all night on Saturday night. The fun doesn’t end there though because Premio will also be hosting a Sausage eating contest during intermission! Participants must sign up in the main office and is for adults 18 years of age or older.

On Saturday, June 2, “The Slideways Six” (Round of 6) of the JTees Screen Printing May Madness Modified Series takes place at New Egypt Speedway. Along with the Modifieds, Larry’s Hot Rods & Harley’s Northeast Wingless Sprint Cars, Hammer Sportsman, Crate Modifieds and the Lyons Construction/Metal Fab Rookie Sportsman will be in action.

This Saturday night, we switch to our summer hours with the pit gates opening at 4PM, spectator turnstiles opening at 5PM, hot laps will begin at 6PM and racing will start at 7PM. Adult Admission is $20, Seniors (65 & Up) are $18, Teens (12-15) & Military are just $10 with Children 11 & Under FREE!

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MAY
27
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BUFFALINO MARCHES TO HIS FIRST WIN OF THE SEASON AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

BUFFALINO MARCHES TO HIS FIRST WIN OF THE SEASON AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

New Egypt, NJ (May 27, 2018) – At the Salute to Our Veterans Night at New Egypt Speedway, Dominick Buffalino marched to his first win of the season in the Modified feature. Connor King took the checkered flag in the Crate Modified contest. The Street Stock race was won by Bill Liedtka. Ryan Heim came out on top in the Lyons Construction/Metal Fab Rookie feature. Joe Garey, Jr. was the victor in the 4-Cylinder race.

As the extra distance 40-lap Modified feature got underway, polesitter Dominick Buffalino jumped to the head of the pack. Eighth place starting Brandon Grosso was quickly advancing forward and trekked into the runner-up position with four circuits completed. Following a caution period on lap five, Buffalino retained his lead with Billy Pauch, Jr. zipping from sixth into second and Grosso slipping back to third place. David VanHorn, who started the event in eleventh, had just moved into fourth place when a flat tire on John McClelland’s car caused the yellow lights to illuminate on lap nine. Green flag action returned very briefly as Rich Rutski’s ride rolled over in turn one and the red flag was displayed. On the ensuing restart, Buffalino repelled Pauch, Jr. to maintain his edge with Grosso still in third. Danny Bouc, who won the last Modified feature on May 5, entered the top five on lap twelve. On the fifteenth circuit with Buffalino and Pauch, Jr. in close quarters, action slowed as PJ Oliver and Bryan Kuhl tangled in the fourth corner. When racing resumed, Buffalino rebuffed another strong challenge from Pauch, Jr. to keep the lead with Grosso remaining in third and Bouc climbing past VanHorn for fourth. At the halfway point, Buffalino was still holding off Pauch, Jr. with Grosso and Bouc dueling for third. After a good stretch of green flag racing that saw the leaders knifing through traffic, a string of caution periods on lap twenty eight occurred. During this time, Pauch, Jr. was forced to retire from the event with a fuel pump malfunction. Following the multiple yellow flags, Buffalino was still in front with Bouc and VanHorn driving past Grosso for second and third respectively with eleven tours remaining. As the race entered the final few laps, a bobble by Buffalino allowed Bouc to inch closer to the leader. Buffalino quickly recovered and navigated through some slower traffic to take his first checkered flag of the season. Also, the win automatically qualifies Buffalino for the final round of the May Modified Madness Series. With Bouc coming home in second, VanHorn was third. In the last quarter of the race, Ryan Krachun was able to motor by Grosso to finish in fourth. The Modified heats were claimed by Brandon Grosso, Billy Pauch, Jr. and Dominick Buffalino. Rich Rutski won the consolation event.

Following a restart, Connor King used a third to first place advancement to win the 20-lap Crate Modified feature. Robby Dunn led the field for the opening two tours before Tom Princiotta became the leader. After a lap ten caution, the third place running King, who started the contest in fourteenth, drove by the top two of Princiotta and Eric Palmer to take command. The win was King’s fifth career victory. Princiotta held off Palmer for second. Jeremy Martino finished in fourth and Dan Fleming came home in fifth. Ryan Simmons and Tom Princiotta were victorious in the Crate Modified qualifying races.

In the 15-lap feature for the Street Stocks, Bill Liedtka slipped by Jon Meyer on the ninth circuit and paced the field the rest of the way to gain his second win of the season. Meyer, who took the lead from polesitter Joe Reid on the second tour, followed Liedtka across the line. Third place went to Jim Avery. Jerry Stanzione and Marty Derr rounded out the top five.

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