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Pakenham Motorsports Presents Bike Night This Saturday, June 29th At New Egypt Speedway

Pakenham Motorsports Presents Bike Night This Saturday, June 29th At New Egypt Speedway

As regulars for many years now, Pakenham Motorsports fields three cars in weekly competition at New Egypt Speedway. Two Modifieds piloted by Rich Rutski and John Pakenham and a Crate Modified driven by Ryan Krushinski. Us at New Egypt Speedway thank John and everyone at his team for all of their support over the years.

It is also Bike Night this coming Saturday. All Motorcycle riders will receive ½ price Grandstand admission if they show up on Motorcycle. There will also be a number of bikes given out throughout the evening to the children in attendance!

The Vahlco Wheels Modifieds will be the headline division this Saturday, they will be joined by the Larry’s Hot Rods & Harley’s Northeast Wingless Sprint Cars, Hammer Sportsman, and the Street Stocks. Heading into Saturday night point leaders in each of our weekly divisions include Billy Pauch Jr. (Vahlco Wheels Modifieds), Rich Mellor (Larry’s Hot Rods & Harley’s Northeast Wingless Sprint Cars), Steve Davis (Hammer Sportsman), Johnny Bangs (Crate Modifieds), Bill Liedtka (Street Stocks) and Mike Fox (Mike’s Performance Center 4-Cylinders).

Pit gates will open at 4pm this Saturday night, Grandstands at 5pm with Hot Laps being scheduled for 6pm and the first green flag of the evening flying at 7pm. Adult (16+) admission is $20, Seniors (65+) are $18, Teens (12-15) & Military w/ID are $10 and just like every other Saturday night event Kids 11 & under are FREE!

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.

 For Immediate Release
Media Contact: Pete MacDonald – 609-758-1900 – nesoffice@comcast.net
New Egypt, NJ – New Egypt Speedway’s annual Bike Night is this coming Saturday June 29th at New Egypt Speedway and it will be presented by Pakenham Motorsports.
 
JUN
26
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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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JUN
24
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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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JUN
18
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Garden State Gunfight 3 Set for Tuesday Night June 25th at New Egypt Speedway; Who Will Park Their Gunslinger In Victory Lane?

The third edition of the Garden State Gunfight will be highlighted by a 60-lap Big Block vs. Small Block Modified main event paying $6,000 to the winner and $400 just to start the event. Past Garden State Gunfight winners include Dominick Buffalino (2017) and David VanHorn (2018). The top gunslingers from across the Mid-Atlantic region will all be in action as they take on New Egypt Speedway regulars that include point-leader Billy Pauch Jr., Danny Bouc, 2018 Track Champion David VanHorn, Brandon Grosso, Mike Butler, Ryan Krachun, Davey Sammons, Brian Papiez, Cale Ross, Rich Rutski, Pat Wall, John McClelland, JR Fulper, PJ Oliver, TJ Lilly and more!

PURCHASE TICKETS DIRECTLY AT https://www.eventbrite.com/e/garden-state-gunfight-at-new-egypt-speedway-tickets-63401856660

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The Crate vs. Sportsman will be in action in a 30-lap main event paying $1,000 to win and $100 to start and for the first time the Mike’s Performance Center 4-Cylinders will see midweek action as well!

Rules and information along with entry blanks are up on the speedway website at www.newegyptspeedway.net.

Pit gates will open at 4PM, Spectator gates will open at 5PM with Hot Laps hitting the Speedway at 6PM and the first green flag flying at 7PM.

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JUN
16
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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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