Bouc Goes Wire to Wire for 2nd New Egypt Victory

New Egypt, NJ (Aug. 4, 2012)
– Danny Bouc of Pipersville, NJ capitalized on his pole starting position leading every lap at New Egypt Speedway Saturday night to win his second race of the season and career. Bouc started the evening off by capturing the 3rd heat race, and then winning his first 30 lap event in impressive fashion. The race was not easy for him however as Dominick Buffalino and Billy Pauch Jr. finished right on his rear bumper as the checkered flag waved.

Bouc brought the field to the start and grabbed the lead from Mike McAleer immediately. Buffalino wasted no time as he grabbed second on lap 2 and set his sights on the leader. Pauch Jr. moved into contention as he battled with McAleer for third as the field was on record pace on the very tacky and smooth surface. Bouc had a lead of a half of a straightaway when he hit lapped traffic on lap 9. Buffalino then worked the traffic perfectly as he closed in on the leader at the halfway point. By lap 20, Buffalino had no lapped cars between himself and Bouc and had closed within 3 car lengths as the race seemed to be destined to be a nonstop thriller. However, the yellow finally closed the field up on lap 21 when David Van Horn slowed on the backstretch with motor issues while running fifth. There would be three more restarts over the last 9 laps, with Bouc in control of things until the final one with 3 laps remaining. When that final green flag flew Buffalino threw everything he had at Bouc trying both inside and outside grooves, something different at every turn. On top of this, two-time winner Pauch Jr. now was in the hunt and in the final two turns pulled even with Buffalino looking to slingshot by the top two. When the dust cleared it was Bouc by just a car length over Buffalino with Pauch Jr. right behind him to complete the top three and leave the fans buzzing. Fourth went to four-time winner Billy Pauch Sr. on the final lap as he charged up from 18th starting spot passing Mike McAleer who finished fifth.

Bryan Kuhl of Flemington, NJ won his second feature event at New Egypt this season in the Crate-1 Sportsman 20 lap feature. Kuhl passed leader Matt Carman just after halfway and cruised to the victory over Carman and Jordan Cox. Point leader John Aumick came from 21st starting spot to finish fourth beating 2nd in points Eric Palmer who started 18th and finished fifth.

Spider Ensinger, Sr. of Bayville, NJ won the first feature of his career at New Egypt Speedway in the 20 lap Outlaw Stock race. “The original Spiderman” held off numerous challenges from Chris Allen Sr. to take the win as the top ten were all right on his bumper at the checkered. Allen Sr. came home second ahead of Doug Debray, Dan Collamer and Ron Freese.

In the twin 12 lap features for the FASTRAK Late Models Rob Ormsbee won the first one for his 50th NES win of his career between the Late Models and the Super Stocks. Skip Syester and PJ Oliver chased Ormsbee across the line. In the night cap, Tony Giglio took the win beating Ormsbee and Syester with an impressive drive.

Next Saturday night, Aug 11, New Egypt Speedway presents Beach Party Night, complete with a beach ball giveaway. The racing will feature a full card of Big-Block Modifieds, Sportsman, FASTRAK Late Models and the Tri-State Race Savers 305 Sprint Cars. Gates 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 www.newegyptspeedway.net.


1st Heat: 1. Gary Butler 2. Billy Pauch 3. Johnny Gaurino 4. Tad Cox 5. Willie Osmun 6. Dave Witte
2nd Heat: 1. Mike McAleer 2. Billy Pauch Jr. 3. Ryan Godown 4. David Van Horn 5. Sammy Piazza 6. John McClelland
3rd Heat: 1. Danny Bouc 2. Dominick Buffalino 3. Ron John Koczon 4. Sam Martz 5. Tim Tanner Jr. 6. Darren McCaughey
B Main: 1. Jimmy Blewett 2. Neal Williams 3. Mike Iles 4. John Stangle 5. Randy Laird 6. Tommy Farrell III

Feature (30 Laps): 1. Danny Bouc 2. Dominick Buffalino 3. Billy Pauch Jr. 4. Billy Pauch 5. Mike McAleer 6. Tad Cox 7. Ryan Godown 8. Ron John Koczon 9. Willie Osmun 10. Tim Tanner Jr. 11. Johnny Guarino 12. Jimmy Blewett 13. Sam Martz 14. Mike Iles 15. John McClelland 16. Sammy Piazza 17. Dave Witte 18. Neal Williams 19. Tommy Farrell III 20. Randy Laird 21. Darren McCaughey 22. Gary Butler 23. David Van Horn 24. John Stangle

DNQ: Mick Search, Tommy Carberry Jr., Jesse Kline, Chris Grbac, Rick Holsten, Mike Lyons

1st Heat: 1. Mike Butler 2. Matt Carman 3. Chuck Steuer 4. Lauren Emmons 5. Doug Urbano 6. Jarrett Rozycki
2nd Heat: 1. Bryan Kuhl 2. Jordan Cox 3. Jesse Dill 4. Mike Everett 5. Jeremy Martino 6. Eric Palmer
3rd Heat: 1. Mike Carman 2. Jordan Henn 3. Steve Ramsey 4. Ryan Simmons 5. Ron Barnstead 6. Jon Haegele
B Main: 1. Brian Papiez 2. Frank Dorry 3. John Aumick 4. John Micek 5. Joe Dill 6. Steve Hicks

Feature (20 Laps): 1. Bryan Kuhl 2. Matt Carman 3. Jordan Cox 4. John Aumick 5. Eric Palmer 6. Jordan Henn 7. Mikey Butler 8. Jon Haegele 9. Ryan Simmons 10. Jeremy Martino 11. Jesse Dill 12. Brian Papiez 13. John Micek 14. Doug Urbano 15. Chuck Steuer 16. Joe Dill 17. Frank Dorry 18. Steve Hicks 19. Ron Barnstead 20. Lauren Emmons 21. Mike Everett 22. Steve Ramsey 23. Jarrett Rozycki 24. Mike Carman

DNQ: Matt McAnally, Bob Rambone, Mark Clauss, Scott Doty, Clay Butler, Adam Cox

1st Heat: 1. Doug DeBray 2. Tom Princiotta 3. Kevin Bifulco 4. Mick Search 5. Spider Ensinger Sr. 6. Gary Klimeczak
2nd Heat: 1. Dan Collamer 2. John Carpenter 3. Chris Allen Sr. 4. Everett Taylor 5. Jason Prater 6. Tom Wills Sr.
3rd Heat: 1. Brian Ludwig 2. Spider Ensinger Jr. 3. Ed Tinsman 4. Rich Mongeau 5. Ron Freese 6. Jason Saredy
B Main: 1. Tom Wills Jr. 2. Bill Connelly 3. Bill Liedtka 4. Jarrod Burdge 5. Kim Cooke 6. Jimmy Avery
Pts. Prov: Billy Wroble

Feature (20 Laps): 1. Spider Ensinger Sr. 2. Chris Allen Sr. 3. Doug Debray 4. Dan Collamer 5. Ron Freese 6. Tom Princiotta 7. John Carpenter 8. Gary Klimeczak 9. Jason Prater 10. Rich Mongeau 11. Bill Connelly 12. Mick Search 13. Jarrod Burdge 14. Everett Taylor 15. Tom Wills Jr. 16. Bill Liedtka 17. Jason Saredy 18. Tom Wills Sr. 19. Jimmy Avery 20. Billy Wroble 21. Brian Ludwig 22. Spider Ensinger Jr. 23. Kevin Bifulco 24. Kim Cooke 25. Ed Tinsman

DNQ: Art Avery, Joe Reid, Earl Willetts, Ed Tinsman Sr., Todd Woodruff, Marty Derr, Darren Cox

Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. Rob Ormsbee 2. Skip Syester 3. PJ Oliver 4. Cody Dawson 5. DJ Macri 6. Tony Giglio 7. Alessa Young
Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. Tony Giglio 2. Rob Ormsbee 3. Skip Syester 4. DJ Macri 5. Cody Dawson 6. Alessa Young 7. PJ Oliver