New Egypt Speedway "Off Track Photos"
All photos from 3Wide

Saturday, April 9th, 2011

Jordan Cox takes the first Rookie Feature of the season.

Jordan's car has the same "Diamond 1" color and # as his father Phil drove a few years back...

Family and crew join Jordan in Victory Lane

John McClelland heads out for his heat race.

Tad Cox waits inside the #59 as crew makes a few adjustments prior to the heading out.

Brian Truppi ran hard to capture modified heat #1 over a quick running Jimmy Horton

Team conference in Dave Hunt's pit following his heat race run.

Crate 1 Sportsman racer Bob Rambone sporting a new look for 2011

Dom Buffalino looked to be running down Rick Laubach in his heat and ended up a close 2nd...  When the track slicks up, Dom is at his smoothest.

Some new colors on Johnny Guarino's #9 this year

Interesting reading on the back of Rich Kuiken's(sp?) #00 racer

Wade Hendrickson leans in to get a word in with #99 car owner Johnny Leach

The modified heat races are intense at New Egypt with 12 strong cars and only 6 to qualify.  Here Rick Laubach battles David Van Horn

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Bob Rossell in the early 70's in one of his self built racers

Rob Ormsbee and crew after winning the Fastrak Late Model Feature #1 of the evening

Rookie Mike Everitt looked strong finishing second in the Rookie Feature along with a solid run in the Crate 1 Sportsman feature.

John Salvatore's crew looks to make repairs to the  frontend of the #10

Chris Allen Sr & Jr prior to the start of the 305 feature.

Team cars of Tony Pietrofitta

Tony gives driver Jeff Geiges some last minute instructions prior to the feature

2010 Rookie of the Year Stef Palmai gets ready to start from the pole in her first time in a true "Sprint Car" after running a SS Sprint in 2010

Front end work on Craig Rochelle's #2

No sponsors... but plenty of potential.  "Low Buck Chuck" (great nickname from Nick Leach) is the real deal behind the wheel!

Great to see Mike McAleer back in the saddle after a rough ride in 2010 had him out for the balance of the season

Crate1 Sportsman racer Rich Steele picked up Bob Lineman's car from last year and noticed a big difference right away.

TSRS 305 Sprints get lined up in the staging area

Don't read too much into this, but you ever hear the old proverb that says somet
hing like "Old age and treachery will overcome youth and skill”?  Lot's of "experience" in the #1 pit!

Doin' it it in the dirt... That's asphalt ace Tommy Farrell (orange and white hat) while crew works on the right rear of the Reid Sod Farms #54

Great looking Crate 1 Sportsman of Joe Dill

Looks like they've got the axle out of Matt Harrell's #35.... Hope Matt remembered to remove the crewman from the wheel well before heading back out!

"Stood up at the Dance..."  (Jimmy Blewitt's #66 was on hand, but only as a back up to Rick Laubach's #76)

Tom Carberry (Sr & Jr) take care of refueling Tommy's #28 Modified

Ryan Forte's shiny new #R40

Mike Franz has made the move from Bridgeport in the Franz Garage #28

Chuck Palmuchi took the win in the TSRS 305 Sprint Feature.... This guy finds the cushion and gets all there is to get out of it!

Here's Chuck with Family and crew in victory lane.

I think it's 36 years... but whose counting...  Still up to his winning ways, Billy Pauch

Billy with car owner Kevin Bifulco from K&A Excavating (South Brunswick, NJ)

The kids couldn't wait to get into victory lane for their chance to get a group shot with "the kid".

Billy gives his trophy to one of the lucky youngsters... 

There was nothing to sign, so Billy signs a tear off for one of the kids.

Billy always with a couple of new fans...

"You guys didn't give up on me yet?" (That's how Billy greeted the crew from "Section Six" who root him on each week from the stands.

Crate 1 Sportsman winner Bryan Kuhl heads for victory lane

Here's Bryan after taking the win in the season opener.  Excellent feature as it seemed like everybody wanted to take a shot at the top!

Bryan shares  a moment with his dad and former Flemington Sportsman competitor Jeff Kuhl

Popular win for this very popular driver.  Congratulations Bryan Kuhl

Rob Ormsbee finished off the night the way he started... taking the win in the 2nd Fastrak Late Model Feature event.

Chrissy (left) and Heather (right) join Rob in victory lane after sweeping both Late Model events.

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