New Egypt Speedway "Off Track Photos"
All photos from 3Wide
April 30, 2011

John Desmelyk took the win in the Rookie Feature

Daddy's girl

Congratulations John!

Billy makes a few adjustments on the K&A Excavating #1 after heat race action

Speaking of K&A,  here the crew does some underhood service on Kevin Bifulco's (of K&A Excavating) Outlaw Stock.

Mike Bulter and Crew Chief Dave work on the #4M sportsman

Mike has quite a resume racing Slingshots and has now transitioned nicely to the full size ride

Grass roots Modified racer John Milozar heads back out

Second year racer Jarrett Rozycki with his #57J after a strong run in his qualifying heat race

Upscale'n...   Goop's new company car

The Super"Visor" Gabe Fox had his #96 305 TSRSS Sprint car on hand for a few shake down laps.  It's a former Darryn Pittman car.

John Carpenter's #82 Outlaw Stock Camaro

Go'in old school...  I remember this one from a few years ago

Strong running 3rd year racer Brian Papiez and his #93B...  Seems like only a few years ago that Brian was winning Big Wheel races with his "Green Machine!"

The crew goes to work on DJ Ruppert's #90

Bill Leidka has some steering box issues inside the #310

Tom Princiotta in his "Trendz in Hair & Nails" and "Lawrenceville Ford Lincoln Mercury" sponsored #32

"The Big Gun" Justin Hoffman in the "M-16"

These two guys watch Mr. Howardson do all the work... 

They had everything apart on the Guarino #9, making changes prior to the feature.

After getting a flat in the heat race, Dom Buffalino used the consi to earn a starting spot in the Twin 20's

Sammy Martz was real fast, running the high groove during heat race action

...I caught this guy trying to hot wire Tad Cox's #59...

Modified racer Gary Butler wonders what the heck I'm doing in his trailer...  Later, Gary in the #00 would lead the feature, only to be sidelined with a broken axle.

Rich Rutski gave the Mike Mongello #94M a great run in qualifying action

The "Observation Deck" gives fans a good look of the pit area

Mike Isles #711 made a visit over to tech early in the night

Sunset...  Must be getting close to feature time...

Bob Lineman climbs out of the #USA1 after winning the Sportsman Feature in exciting fashion, battling with Rocco Infante

Bob and Bob Sr.

Little Linemans.

Congratulations to Bob and Family

Dan Collamer inside his Olds Cutlass, as he pulls into victory lane.

Dan is now 2 for 2 after winning the Outlaw Stock Feature, battling John Carpenter and PJ Oliver in the late going.

Congratulations Dan

Richie Pratt in victory lane after winning the 2nd Twenty Lapper

Richie has quite a few feature wins at Bridgeport, but has proven that he can win anywhere they unload the Overhead Door #0 (dirt and even asphalt!)

Rich's dad Rich Pratt (orange hat) has been to his share of victory lanes too as a driver in the 80's and 90's

Heading out of tech, Billy give Richie a wave.   Pratt, Pauch, Horton, Hendrickson, Laubach.... Cozze Jr;, Van Horn, Drayton, Buffalino, Martz, Tanner, Guarino..
... and at least another 9 or 10 modifieds that could win on any given night...  The racing has never been better at New Egypt.

Speaking of Hendrickson, Wade won the first 20 Lapper, but opted to take the car straight back to the pits for adjustments prior to the start of the 2nd Twenty,

... Track General Manager  Danny Serrano got what he always wants for his birthday - GREAT RACING!
Happy Birthday Danny!

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