"Off Track" Pictures From New Egypt Speedway Saturday August 18th, 2007
Thanks to Kevin Eyres, "The Vault" actually has a name now!
A group of fans from the evening's sponsor "Vespia Tire and Auto Centers" got a chance to meet Ryan Godown early in the evening...
Crew member for Ron Coverly's team does a little body work on the rear the #TQ13 using "The Persuader...."
Bill Lamson from The Garden State Stock Car Club had this original Long Island Modified asphalt on hand.
Tom Holding had his big block #5 Coupe on display for most of the evening.
Wayne Weaver gave the #12W a good run during the vintage exhibition event. Using real steel and a Gremlin body, this thing still weighs in a little less than one of today's mods!
Glenn Hisko hung around in the pits to say hello to us stragglers!
The "Educator" Mick Search gave Jesse the best seat in the house. Thanks Mick!
Chad Barney has really stepped up this year to be one of the top driver's in the very competitive sportsman division. If you look close in the "4" on the side of Chad's car, you'll see the #76 in rememberance of John Blewett III. Chad's Uncle Dick Barney fielded the red #14 that Jimmy drove to victory on many occassions.
Good to see Rich Rutski running up front in the modified division. Look for Rick to get his first win real soon....
Ryan Godown (center) and Rich Rutski (right) finished one, two on the track in the modified feature. Good to see the competitors chillin' out after battling it out lap after lap on the tricky clay surface.
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