New Egypt Speedway "Off Track" Photos
July 31st, 2010
View from "inside" the Cozze Coach
View from "outside" the Cozze Coach
18 Vintage cars on hand from the Garden State Vintage Stock Car Club (GSVSCC)
Here's Rich Caramella with his Craig McCaughey replica Chevette
Pretty sure this is an original John Blackley car
..and here's a Jerry Allen sedan
"Pit tour time" as the group from night Sponsor "Mr. Bob's" stops by to say hello to Mr. Bob himself, modified driver Bobby Drayton
Sportsman driver Harris Kohen had a nice run in his heat and lead some laps in the early going of the sportsman feature.
Driver of the #94 Outlaw Stock Camaro, Brian Ludwig
Kids line up to get their 1/24th Nascar Collectable car, provided by Don Ling of Don Ling Trucking (Sponsor on Billy Pauch's #1, Jimmy Blewett's #X6)
Jimmy Blewett and Rick Laubach looked like they were enjoying the "giving" as much as the kids enjoyed the gettin'...
Billy signs one of the giveaways for a fan. Thanks again to "Ling Trucking" for providing hundreds of cars for the giveaway.
While that was going on by the frontstretch, others were checking out stuff in the picnic area. That's Kevin Eyre's "Craig Von Dohren driven " Keystone Pretzels #126.
Once again in the Sportsman Feature, it was Rocco Infante saving his best for last as he took the lead in the closing laps and went on for the win.
2nd place finisher Mike Krachun offers his congratulations to Rocco....
...as does 3rd place finisher Dave Hunt.
Rocco had a few sponsors to thank... Including "Dig It Excavating"....
...and Hamill Flooring.
And in the Modifieds, Rick had the Benton Electric & Elavator #7, with support from Tim Burke Construction and Jones Racing Products
.... "Take 1" (check out the flag and the trophy...)
"Take 2"... (That's more like it!)
Another popular win for Modified Feature winner and point leader Rick Laubach
John Carpenter took the win in the Outlaw Stock class for the 6th time in 2011...
Here's track hostesses Heather and Chrissy presenting John the hardware.
Asphalt Ace Rob Longo took the win in the recently added "Factory Stock" Division
It was Rob's first win ever on "dirt" so we found some for him to keep as a souvenir....
As we were wrapping up, we noticed a lot of action still going on in the tech area...
From what we understand, a protest was put up by the Team #1 regarding the #7's cubic inch... The #7 was found to be legal, and the win, and the point lead stands.
Time to go home... Thanks again to GSVSSC for having 18 cars on hand, and to Kevin Eyres for having the #126 on display in the picnic area.
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