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NEW NES CRATE SERIES HAS CHAMPION EARNING $2000

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 NEW NES CRATE SERIES HAS CHAMPION EARNING $2000 

The New Egypt Speedway is proud to present the first High Gear Towing Crate Select Series. A ten race series for the Crate division which will see the winner walking away with $2,000. 

High Gear Towing is located in Bordentown Township and offers a full spectrum of towing and recovery as well as complete automotive repair services. Being in the business for over 15 years, High Gear Towing is anxious to join the NES team in this new and exciting series. 

During the ten race schedule, a driver will pay $30 to enter each event. Separate points will be awarded to those entered. The point system used will be the same as the one which determines the season long track champion, sixty points for first, fifty six for second, etc. This series will in no way affect the 2022 points race for the Crates. All New Egypt Speedway rules will be adhered to. 

While the winner is walking away with $2,000, the top five finishers will receive significant paychecks. Second will be awarded $1250, third $1000, fourth $750, and fifth $500. Those finishing in positions six thru ten will receive contingency awards. You must enter at least eight of the ten events to be eligible for an award. 

The dates are, May 14 and 28, June 11 and 25, July 26, August 6 and 20, September 3 and 17, and October 1. The October race will carry with it double points. If one of the events is rained out, an alternate date will be announced. 

A strong field is expected to compete in the first ever High Gear Towing series and among them will be, Johnny Bangs, George Gareis, Tom Princiotta, Ryan Simmons, Nick Van Wickle, Matt Knaub, Zachary Merola, and Dan Fleming, just to name a few. 

The annual open house practice session is scheduled for Saturday, March 26th. All divisions are welcomed to shake down their machines for the up coming 2022 season, which will begin on Saturday, April 2nd

For more information please contact the speedway office, which is open daily from 9AM to 3 PM, at 609-758-1900. 

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AMA Flat Track Motorcycles Set To Return March 19th 2022!

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Saturday, March 19th 

Pit gates: 12PM

Practice: 3PM

Grandstands: 4:30PM

 

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SOPHOMORE BURNS READY FOR ‘22 AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

David Burns

SOPHOMORE BURNS READY FOR ‘22 AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

Coming off a very successful rookie season, Flemington’s David Burns has his sights set on that first modified win when the 2022 season rolls around at the New Egypt Speedway on April 2nd.

The 21-year-old made the jump from the sportsman ranks early in 2021 and had several top ten runs before motor issues sidelined the team late in the season.

Once again driving for Resnick Racing, Burns will find himself in a ‘20 Bicknell powered by a Gary Bouc motor. Sponsorship for the team will come from Flemington Dept. Store, Braddock Chiropractic, and Active Disposal.

A four-time winner in the sportsman division, Burns will find himself competing against not only a host of new talent at the Route 539 oval but a strong field of seasoned veterans. The combination will no doubt make the upcoming modified season one of the most competitive in the speedway’s twenty-five-year history as a dirt facility.

Preping the speedway for the big silver anniversary season, track management is looking to not only give the historic speedway a different look but add several new fan friendly features. New clay was added to the 7/16 oval back in November giving it the necessary time needed to blend with the existing surface.

The Cabin Fever 40 for the Vahlco Wheels Modifieds will set the 2022 season in motion with the Racersguide.com Crates, Larry’s Hot Rods and Harley’s NEWS Sprints, 4-Cylinders, and Rookies on the schedule as well.

Pit licenses and designated pit parking spots are available either online at newegyptspeedway.net or by calling the speedway at 609-758-1900. The office is open daily from 9AM to 3PM.

New Egypt Speedway – Where Tomorrows Stars Are Discovered!

FEB
07
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Jack Butler Calling NES His Saturday Night Home

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Jack Butler Calling NES His Saturday Night Home

Looking to follow in his father’s footsteps, Jack Butler of Phillipsburg, NJ will be making the New Egypt Speedway his Saturday night home in 2022. The twenty-two-year-old driver becomes yet another new young gun in town looking to aim at the tough competition.

            His dad, Gary Butler, had a brilliant career at the Route 539 oval as he captured ten modified wins and was the 2003 and 2006 sportsman champion.

            Having visited the speedway three times in 2021, the team liked what they saw. It was evident as they finished the season on a high note with a strong ninth-place finish in the Legends of the Fall 50.

            The car they will be campaigning in is a Bicknell chassis powered by a Leindecker Racing Engine. A host of sponsors will adorn the #5 and among them are Mancini Custom Homes, Brink Construction, Reid Sod Farm, Stasak Auctioneers, and Apgar Trucking.

            The Butler team, along with a host of others including the 2018 track champion David Van Horn, two-time track champion Rick Laubach, former crate champions, Jim Housworth, Brandon Grosso, and Mike Butler will be looking for the winners’ share of the purse in the season-opening Cabin Fever 40. Joining the Vahlco Wheels Modifieds will be the Racersguide.com Crate Modifieds, the Larry’s Hot Rods & Harleys NEWS, the 4-Cylinders, and the rookies.

            The first green flag of the 2022 stock car racing season is set to drop on Saturday, April 2nd at 6PM. Pit gates will swing open at 3PM, while the grandstands will open to the fans at 4PM. A special open practice session is set for Saturday, March 26th for all divisions. This session is free to the public.

            The AMA flat track motorcycles will make their first of two appearances on Saturday, March 19th while the second is slated for October 15th.

            Licenses and parking spots are available online at www.newegyptspeedway.net or by calling the speedway office at 609-758-1900 and ask for office manager Dawn.

New Egypt Speedway – Where Tomorrows Stars Are Discovered!

FEB
01
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New Egypt’s Diverse Modified Field will be Wide Open in 2022

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New Egypt’s Diverse Modified Field will be Wide Open in 2022

(January 31, 2022):  This year marks the 25th season for New Egypt Speedway on the clay, and one of the most diverse and competitive Modified fields in recent memory will greet fans each Saturday night. Over 30 race teams have already pre-entered to compete in this special anniversary season, ranging from former track champions and seasoned NES veterans to a group of young guns and a strong crop of Modified rookies.

Two-time champion Rick Laubach will return again this season in the Gary Hermann-owned #7, looking to garner his third track championship. Laubach, who won his 17th career feature in 2021, will be challenged by 2018 champ David Van Horn, who has 11 career wins of his own. Van Horn finished third in the final standing last year and is definitely a pre-season favorite in the Vahlco Wheels #323.  

Several second-generation hotshoes will be trying to etch their names into the record book this year, none more prominent than Brandon Grosso. The “Belle Mead Bullet” came up just 30 points shy of the championship last year and will be in the hunt once again in his family-owned #32. This season will mark the first that Brandon will compete directly against his younger brother Justin. Justin Grosso will lead a talented field of Modified rookies which will include former Rookie Sportsman champs Anthony Tramontana, Ryan Heim, and Paul Mancini. 

The depth of NES homegrown talent doesn’t end there, as they will join 2-time career Modified feature winner Cale Ross, and second-year star David Burns, to complete the list of 5 straight former Rookie Sportsman Champs now competing with the Modifieds. Ross, a winner in September, came home fifth in the final Modified point standings last year. 

Louden Reimert is another 2nd-Gen young gun who will look to improve on his rookie Modified performance in 2021. He came to New Egypt halfway thru the season and posted top-ten finishes in 8 of his 9 starts, and he is looking to build on this momentum in his first full season at the speedway. Newcomer Jack Butler is also another future star with a strong family pedigree that will call NES home this season. His dad, the Phillipsburg Phantom Gary Butler, will be turning the wrenches on his potent #5 as the season kicks off. 

The list doesn’t end here, as it is just beginning with challengers like Wade Hendrickson, Mike Butler, John McClelland, Dakota Kessler, Bryan Kuhl, Kevin Vaclavicek, JR Fulper, Jim Housworth, DJ Hunt, Kory Fleming, Jack Swain, Chris Grbac, Blaine Bracelin and more. 

Drivers interested in signing up for the 2022 season, in any division, are urged to call the track office at 609-758-1900.

Keep an eye on our social media pages daily for announcements and “Spot-Light” articles highlighting the talented drivers that will call New Egypt Speedway home in 2022. We can be found on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram. You can also keep track of all the latest news and see our 2022 schedule on our website at www.newegyptspeedway.net.    

 

 

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NEW NES CRATE SERIES HAS CHAMPION EARNING $2000

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 NEW NES CRATE SERIES HAS CHAMPION EARNING $2000 

The New Egypt Speedway is proud to present the first High Gear Towing Crate Select Series. A ten race series for the Crate division which will see the winner walking away with $2,000. 

High Gear Towing is located in Bordentown Township and offers a full spectrum of towing and recovery as well as complete automotive repair services. Being in the business for over 15 years, High Gear Towing is anxious to join the NES team in this new and exciting series. 

During the ten race schedule, a driver will pay $30 to enter each event. Separate points will be awarded to those entered. The point system used will be the same as the one which determines the season long track champion, sixty points for first, fifty six for second, etc. This series will in no way affect the 2022 points race for the Crates. All New Egypt Speedway rules will be adhered to. 

While the winner is walking away with $2,000, the top five finishers will receive significant paychecks. Second will be awarded $1250, third $1000, fourth $750, and fifth $500. Those finishing in positions six thru ten will receive contingency awards. You must enter at least eight of the ten events to be eligible for an award. 

The dates are, May 14 and 28, June 11 and 25, July 26, August 6 and 20, September 3 and 17, and October 1. The October race will carry with it double points. If one of the events is rained out, an alternate date will be announced. 

A strong field is expected to compete in the first ever High Gear Towing series and among them will be, Johnny Bangs, George Gareis, Tom Princiotta, Ryan Simmons, Nick Van Wickle, Matt Knaub, Zachary Merola, and Dan Fleming, just to name a few. 

The annual open house practice session is scheduled for Saturday, March 26th. All divisions are welcomed to shake down their machines for the up coming 2022 season, which will begin on Saturday, April 2nd

For more information please contact the speedway office, which is open daily from 9AM to 3 PM, at 609-758-1900. 

MAR
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AMA Flat Track Motorcycles Set To Return March 19th 2022!

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Saturday, March 19th 

Pit gates: 12PM

Practice: 3PM

Grandstands: 4:30PM

 

FEB
13
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SOPHOMORE BURNS READY FOR ‘22 AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

David Burns

SOPHOMORE BURNS READY FOR ‘22 AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

Coming off a very successful rookie season, Flemington’s David Burns has his sights set on that first modified win when the 2022 season rolls around at the New Egypt Speedway on April 2nd.

The 21-year-old made the jump from the sportsman ranks early in 2021 and had several top ten runs before motor issues sidelined the team late in the season.

Once again driving for Resnick Racing, Burns will find himself in a ‘20 Bicknell powered by a Gary Bouc motor. Sponsorship for the team will come from Flemington Dept. Store, Braddock Chiropractic, and Active Disposal.

A four-time winner in the sportsman division, Burns will find himself competing against not only a host of new talent at the Route 539 oval but a strong field of seasoned veterans. The combination will no doubt make the upcoming modified season one of the most competitive in the speedway’s twenty-five-year history as a dirt facility.

Preping the speedway for the big silver anniversary season, track management is looking to not only give the historic speedway a different look but add several new fan friendly features. New clay was added to the 7/16 oval back in November giving it the necessary time needed to blend with the existing surface.

The Cabin Fever 40 for the Vahlco Wheels Modifieds will set the 2022 season in motion with the Racersguide.com Crates, Larry’s Hot Rods and Harley’s NEWS Sprints, 4-Cylinders, and Rookies on the schedule as well.

Pit licenses and designated pit parking spots are available either online at newegyptspeedway.net or by calling the speedway at 609-758-1900. The office is open daily from 9AM to 3PM.

New Egypt Speedway – Where Tomorrows Stars Are Discovered!

FEB
07
0

Jack Butler Calling NES His Saturday Night Home

Butler

Jack Butler Calling NES His Saturday Night Home

Looking to follow in his father’s footsteps, Jack Butler of Phillipsburg, NJ will be making the New Egypt Speedway his Saturday night home in 2022. The twenty-two-year-old driver becomes yet another new young gun in town looking to aim at the tough competition.

            His dad, Gary Butler, had a brilliant career at the Route 539 oval as he captured ten modified wins and was the 2003 and 2006 sportsman champion.

            Having visited the speedway three times in 2021, the team liked what they saw. It was evident as they finished the season on a high note with a strong ninth-place finish in the Legends of the Fall 50.

            The car they will be campaigning in is a Bicknell chassis powered by a Leindecker Racing Engine. A host of sponsors will adorn the #5 and among them are Mancini Custom Homes, Brink Construction, Reid Sod Farm, Stasak Auctioneers, and Apgar Trucking.

            The Butler team, along with a host of others including the 2018 track champion David Van Horn, two-time track champion Rick Laubach, former crate champions, Jim Housworth, Brandon Grosso, and Mike Butler will be looking for the winners’ share of the purse in the season-opening Cabin Fever 40. Joining the Vahlco Wheels Modifieds will be the Racersguide.com Crate Modifieds, the Larry’s Hot Rods & Harleys NEWS, the 4-Cylinders, and the rookies.

            The first green flag of the 2022 stock car racing season is set to drop on Saturday, April 2nd at 6PM. Pit gates will swing open at 3PM, while the grandstands will open to the fans at 4PM. A special open practice session is set for Saturday, March 26th for all divisions. This session is free to the public.

            The AMA flat track motorcycles will make their first of two appearances on Saturday, March 19th while the second is slated for October 15th.

            Licenses and parking spots are available online at www.newegyptspeedway.net or by calling the speedway office at 609-758-1900 and ask for office manager Dawn.

New Egypt Speedway – Where Tomorrows Stars Are Discovered!

FEB
01
0

New Egypt’s Diverse Modified Field will be Wide Open in 2022

Modifieds

New Egypt’s Diverse Modified Field will be Wide Open in 2022

(January 31, 2022):  This year marks the 25th season for New Egypt Speedway on the clay, and one of the most diverse and competitive Modified fields in recent memory will greet fans each Saturday night. Over 30 race teams have already pre-entered to compete in this special anniversary season, ranging from former track champions and seasoned NES veterans to a group of young guns and a strong crop of Modified rookies.

Two-time champion Rick Laubach will return again this season in the Gary Hermann-owned #7, looking to garner his third track championship. Laubach, who won his 17th career feature in 2021, will be challenged by 2018 champ David Van Horn, who has 11 career wins of his own. Van Horn finished third in the final standing last year and is definitely a pre-season favorite in the Vahlco Wheels #323.  

Several second-generation hotshoes will be trying to etch their names into the record book this year, none more prominent than Brandon Grosso. The “Belle Mead Bullet” came up just 30 points shy of the championship last year and will be in the hunt once again in his family-owned #32. This season will mark the first that Brandon will compete directly against his younger brother Justin. Justin Grosso will lead a talented field of Modified rookies which will include former Rookie Sportsman champs Anthony Tramontana, Ryan Heim, and Paul Mancini. 

The depth of NES homegrown talent doesn’t end there, as they will join 2-time career Modified feature winner Cale Ross, and second-year star David Burns, to complete the list of 5 straight former Rookie Sportsman Champs now competing with the Modifieds. Ross, a winner in September, came home fifth in the final Modified point standings last year. 

Louden Reimert is another 2nd-Gen young gun who will look to improve on his rookie Modified performance in 2021. He came to New Egypt halfway thru the season and posted top-ten finishes in 8 of his 9 starts, and he is looking to build on this momentum in his first full season at the speedway. Newcomer Jack Butler is also another future star with a strong family pedigree that will call NES home this season. His dad, the Phillipsburg Phantom Gary Butler, will be turning the wrenches on his potent #5 as the season kicks off. 

The list doesn’t end here, as it is just beginning with challengers like Wade Hendrickson, Mike Butler, John McClelland, Dakota Kessler, Bryan Kuhl, Kevin Vaclavicek, JR Fulper, Jim Housworth, DJ Hunt, Kory Fleming, Jack Swain, Chris Grbac, Blaine Bracelin and more. 

Drivers interested in signing up for the 2022 season, in any division, are urged to call the track office at 609-758-1900.

Keep an eye on our social media pages daily for announcements and “Spot-Light” articles highlighting the talented drivers that will call New Egypt Speedway home in 2022. We can be found on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram. You can also keep track of all the latest news and see our 2022 schedule on our website at www.newegyptspeedway.net.