New Egypt Speedway "Off Track" Photos
August 28th, 2010
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Mike Barone heads in after warmups
...so does Bob Drayton. (Heard Bobby had some brake issues in the Mr. Bob's #09.)
Here's the view from the west end of the pits...
Sportsman driver Mike Howardson has found the handle again on the #17H and was fast all night in the Sportsman Division.
"GET WELL EARL" on the side of Mike's #17H, going out to everyone's friend in local racing, Earl Megill.
Good to see John Keller back in modified action in the #54X.
K&A Excavating's Kevin Bifulco in the South Brunswick Recycling Materials Inc Outlaw Stock Camaro.
Jesse McLaughlin in the former Rich Rider, Tom Princiotta Camaro
Second year Sportsman driver D.J. Ruppert saw modified action in the #90.
With the lead in the Sportsman Division points, Oscar the Grouch is looking pretty friendly on the hood of Rocco's #JR1...
Mike Butler goes under the hood of the #4M
Can you really believe an "Outlaw" Racer? (You can if its these 2 guys - Brian Ludwig and Spider Ensinger, two guys that are what Outlaw Stock racing is all about.)
First time out for Chris Christ in the #1x, Pretty sure that Chris is the son of either Barry or John Christ, who raced for years in the Late Model division at Flemington, East Windsor, and who's father John Christ drove at Flemington back in the mid 70's (below).
John Christ's #28 Sportsman - mid 70's.
Third or possibly 4th decade of racing for Doug Oswald, and I'm pretty sure that Doug has always drove a purple with yellow #29 (check out the color of the roof above).
Good to see Gary Butler running real strong in the #00.
Billy gets ready to climb out of the #1 after winning modified heat #1...
Billy's got some great sponsors on the #1. Here's what we came up with:
South Brunswick Recycling Materials
Worthington Rigging & Storage
Pioneer Pole Buildings
Rees Powell Wood Floor Co.
Liedl Wells and Pumps
Bob Hilbert Sportswear
...and Sunoco Race Fuels, Jones, MSD, Auto Meter, Seals It, PRO Shocks, Jesel Valve Train Innovations, BRP Bicknell, Green High Performance Air Cleaners, Zemco Headers, Total Seal Piston Rings, RSC Racer's Tape, ALINADAL Rod End Bearings, Suspension Springs Specialists, Kirky Racing Fabrication, GME Nields Steering, Simpson and XTreme Graphics
Billy does his part inside the car, and as you can see, there's a lot of work that goes onto the outside of the car too!
"Through the Fence..." With around 35 modifieds on hand each week, the 3 qualifying heat races and a consi that are like mini-feature events are common at NES.
HUGE BIKE GIVE-AWAY as drivers, sponsors and others "stepped up" so the little ones could "ride off!"
If this keeps up, we're gonna just leave the gate to victory lane open for Johnny Carperter, winner again in the Outlaw Stock Feature event!
Johnny, his family and his crew, have really put the #82 at the top of the Outlaw class in the last few months.
Who's that pulling into Victory Lane?
....In less than 4 months (and only about 8 actual nights where his division was on the card), Jimmy Blewett won his first Sportsman feature event - ON DIRT!
Special moment for Jimmy and his son in victory lane.
Fans, Family, Sponsor, Crew... Congratulations Jimmy Blewett.
Here's Jimmy with his father John Blewett (left) and long time sponsor Don Ling (right) of Ling Trucking.
A bunch of happy faces in victory lane with Jimmy and the #x6 team...
...Ling Trucking is no stranger to Victory Lane! (As mentioned above, Ling is also a sponsor of Billy Pauch's #1)
Speaking of Billy, his up and down season continued as an early race incident caused damage to the left front, leaving Bill with a DNF on the night.
After battling fellow Orange County Alumni Johnny Guarino for many laps, David Van Horn took the win in the modified feature for the 2nd time this season.
The Van Horn crew in victory lane.
David recognized the changing track conditions and put his car where it needed to be to get the most out of the #71E en route to the victory.
The kids get in on the action in Victory Lane.
...and that's the goal of all who race each week.. To be able to take the win, and then take that proud ride back to your pit, knowing that on this night, you beat the best!
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