Londontown Weather Forces Cancellation of New Egypt Speedway’s May 7th EventAllyse Wolfinger
New Egypt, NJ – Mother Nature takes the victory again this weekend as New Egypt Speedway was forced to cancel their Mother’s Day race on Saturday, May 7th. A week of rain capped off with early morning showers made it impossible to get the track in racing condition.
“We’ve had a lot of early season rain outs which has really put a damper on the start of the 2016 point races,” said General Manager Allyse Wolfinger. “But we have a lot of great racing still left over the next 5 months and hopefully Mother Nature will relent so we can get those shows in.”
Next Saturday, May 14th is Legends Night sponsored by Premio Foods. Racing will be the 358 Modifieds, NEWS Sprints presented by Burlington Overhead Door, and the TSRS Sprints. There will be a huge intermission autograph session sponsored by MEG Wheels and Clutter Room Collectables. with legends such as Tony Siscone, Gil Hearne, Art Filburn, Glen Fritzgerald, Sammy Beavers, Dean Gulick, Ken Brenn Jr., Bobby Rossell, Newt Hartman, Lou Farina, John Leach, Ray Liss, John Megill, Jay Stone, and more. The Garden State Vintage Stock Car Club will also have their first exhibition event of the season during the night.
Premio Foods whom are “the official sausage sandwich” of New Egypt Speedway will have their annual sponsor night. Premio will be on hand with samples of their delicious sausage products and tons of giveaways for the fans. They will also be hosting their annual Sausage Eating Contest with the top three finishers receiving prizes. If you are interested in participating in the contest you must be 18 years of age and can sign up by calling the Speedway office at 609-758-1900.
Pit gates will open at 3 pm, grandstands will open at 4 pm, hot laps will begin at 5 pm, and the first green flag will wave at 6 pm. Adults are $20, seniors 65 and older are $18, teens 12-15 and military and their spouses with ID are $10, and children 11 and under are FREE. Saturday, May 14th will serve as the first event of the May Modified Madness bracket style elimination event promoted by Pete MacDonald.