New Egypt Speedway "Off Track" Photos
June 12th, 2010
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Guests of night sponsor C & M Automotive Warehouse enjoy a pre-race get together of food and beverage in the picnic area.

Bill Lester makes it Rookie Feature win #4 in a former Mike Lyons Marc Herman ride...

Time for a pit tour...  Here a group from C & M Automotive Warehouse meet modified racer Dom Buffalino driver of the Buffalino Fabrication #2B...

...and right across the way, they meet driver Will Dupree in front of the C & M Automotive Warehouse sponsored #2D.

(Here's the #2D without all the people standing in front of it!)

Modified driver Rick Laubach breaks away from car prep to say hello, and to answer a few questions from the many first time visitors of the track.

Jimmy Blewett was driving the wheel's off the Ling Trucking #X6...

3 Wide Prediction:  Look for fast running Dave Hunt to be in victory lane very shortly...

Rookie racer Walt Larson heads in after sportsman action.

Mike Butler takes a cold swig...

Ron Jon Koczon buttons things up under the hood.

Top runner in the Sportsman Division DJ Ruppert has Ford power under the hood of the #90.  (DJ is the grandson of driver/owner Al Whitehouse.)

"Shout Out" from the back of  Randy Yaple's #99 Sportsman

Big treat for the visitors from C&M Automotive Warehouse as they got to meet Jimmy Blewett and Billy Pauch during their pit tour.

Good looking #20 Modified driven by Steve Haggan's.

Mr. and Mrs. Cozze.

Fans came out in numbers to enjoy the show on what was a great weather night for racing.

Couldn't believe the condition of the front bumper on this '72 LeSabre.... Not sure how it will look after it's NJMP debut on Father's Day!

..."Say Cheese"... (a little smile).  "Say Chicken Fingers"... (a little bigger smile)...  "Say Chicken Toes"... and you get the smile as seen above!

Rocco Infante is offered a cold one after winning the Sportsman Feature.

Representatives from night sponsor C&M Automotive Warehouse join Rocco in victory lane.

Thank you to Glen (far left) of C & M Automotive Warehouse for bringing a few hundred ... (yup, I said "HUNDRED") new fans to the speedway!

Rick Laubach pulls the #20 into victory lane as Jimmy Blewett leans in (right) to offer his congratulations.

Here's Rick in victory lane being joined by a few young fans

The front end was pretty twisted up on the #20 from an early race incident, but it didn't stop Rick from taking the win.

Strong running John Carpenter is congratulated by crew members on his Outlaw Stock Feature win.

Fellow Outlaw Stock driver P.J. Oliver offers his congratulations to John on his first win after battling side by side for the last half of the race.

Congratulations to John Carpenter

As John pulls the #82 out of victory lane, we thought we were done for the night....But there was still the mechanic's races yet to be run...

Crew member Bob Darde drove Tad Cox's #59 to victory in the Modified Mechanics race.

... and Phil Oliver was the winner in the Outlaw Stock Mechanics race driving son PJ's #13xXx.

Here Phil and Mrs. Phil enjoy a victory lane moment.

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