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09/18/06


Fast Sam's The Man At New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ (September 16, 2006) -- He's been in a major position
to win on at least two other occasions this year -- most notably, he
showed the big dogs the way in the Super DIRT Series event on August
16 until a broken rear axle robbed him of a $6,000 victory. So it was
no surprise when superfast Sam Martz of Somerville, NJ, finally
secured his Bicknell Modified in the winner's circle, taking his
first of the season Saturday at New Egypt Speedway on a night
sponsored by CheapCaribbean.com.

"I didn't know how close they were, so I ran it full throttle every
single lap," said Martz, 38, after scoring his third career NES
victory. "There are so many good guys here, you really can't sit back
and relax! Thank God everything held together tonight."

Actually, Martz took full advantage of another driver's misfortune in
the 30-lap Modified main. Ron John Koczon, a likable driver also
searching for his first checker of the season, was flying out front,
rocketing around the place -- until the left-rear suspension in his
mount collapsed on lap 11. Martz, who started 11th on the grid, was
right there to pick up the pace. And the pace he set was sizzling:
last week's winner Ryan Godown and three-time champ Billy Pauch tried
to keep up, but couldn't even get close enough to sniff Martz's
exhaust fumes. At the checkers, it was all Sam, over Godown, Pauch,
Bucky Kell and Jimmy Horton. Horton continues to lead the
championship chase by a wide margin going into next week's final
points event.

Mike Lyons of Monroe Twp., NJ, won his fourth of the season in the
Sportsman class after a dramatic turn of events. Lyons solidly
qualified his car before discovering serious damage to his motor.
Undeterred, the veteran racer sent a crewman back to the shop, to
bring another engine to the track. The team switched motors in the
pit area, Lyons started 13th in the feature, and blew them all away
in the time-shortened 15-lapper. Mike Howardson, Willie Osmun, Barry
Christ and division points leader Gary Butler chased Lyons at the
checkers.

It was an emotional victory lane scene after the Super Stock feature,
as Larry Reed of Bordentown, NJ, scored the very first win of his
career, leading the 20-lap race wire to wire. Ralph Gargiulo put up a
challenge at the end but didn't spoil Reed's big night. Mick Search,
brother Bryan Reed and Billy Bauer completed the top five. George
Quinlan, who finished 10th, still sits atop the point standings.

Steve Wilson, Southampton, NJ, checked out in the 15-lap feature go
for the Haldeman Ford SS Sprints. Wilson won his second of the season
handily over David Martin, a solid run in his rookie season, current
division points leader Art Liedl, Rick Cozze and Ian Borden. In
memory of departed race fans Mike Rogie and Barbara Towles, the group
Friends of Mike and Barbara doubled the winner's $500 prize money and
distributed another $550 in racer bonuses down the line.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to Mike Krachun (Sportsman, 17.859),
George Quinlan (Super Stock, 18.990), and Steve Wilson (SS Sprint,
16.758).

Pre-race, Program Dynamics presented its Most Popular Driver Awards,
as voted on by the fans, to Billy Pauch (Modified), John Romano Jr.
(Sportsman), Jake Roveda (Super Stock) and John Snook (SS Sprint).

As the night's sponsor, CheapCaribbean.com was fantastically generous
to the fans, giving away six week-long vacation packages for two to
the beautiful island of St. Maarten, complete with airfare and hotel
accommodations, with a grand prize winner snagging the same great
travel package for a foursome. The big surprise at the end of the
evening: CheapCaribbean.com handed out vouchers for the land portion
of the eight-day St. Maarten getaway to every fan in the grandstands!

Next Saturday, September 23, C&S Equipment will present Championship
Night at New Egypt Speedway, the last point show of the year, with
the four division titles being decided during a nail-biting night of
double points for the big-block Mods, Sportsman, Super Stocks and
Haldeman Ford SS Sprints. Gates open at 4 pm with first green at 6:30
pm. Adult admission is $16, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and
under are free. For more information, call the speedway office at
(609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net

9/16/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.Sam Martz 2.Mike Hendershot 3.Rick Grosso 4.Billy Pauch Jr.
5.Mike McAleer 6.Bob Drayton
Heat 2: 1.Billy Pauch 2.Jimmy Horton 3.Rich Rutski 4.Keith Hoffman
5.Ron John Koczon 6.Tim Tanner Jr.
Heat 3: 1.Brian Godown 2.Bucky Kell 3.Frank Cozze 4.Ryan Godown
5.Scott VanGorder 6.Dominick Buffalino
B Main 1:1.John Miloszar Jr. 2.Rick Holsten 3.Ken Carberry 4.Tad Cox
5.John Keller 6.Tom Hager (Points Prov: Joey Tinnes Jr.)

Feature (30 laps): 1.Sam Martz 2.Ryan Godown 3.Billy Pauch 4.Bucky
Kell 5.Jimmy Horton 6.Rick Grosso 7.Tim Tanner Jr. 8.John Keller
9.Rich Rutski 10.Bob Drayton 11.Ken Carberry 12.Brian Godown 13.Mike
McAleer 14.Tad Cox 15.Mike Hendershot 16.Rick Holsten 17.Joey Tinnes
Jr. 18.Ron John Koczon 19.Billy Pauch Jr. 20.Keith Hoffman 21.John
Miloszar Jr. 22.Scott VanGorder 23.Tom Hager 24.Dominick Buffalino
25.Frank Cozze
DNQ: John Salvatore Jr., Randy Laird, Jack Amundsen, Dennis Halas

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Timed Dashes: 1.Mike Krachun (17.859) 2.Glenn Hisko (17.869) 3.Gene
Stravinsky (17.972) 4.Barry Christ (17.998) 5.Mike Howardson (18.000)
6.Mike Lyons (18.037) 7.John McClelland (18.045) 8.Chad Barney
(18.060) 9.Rich Scagliotta (18.060), 10.Gary Butler (18.062), 11.Jack
Swain (18.089), 12.Willie Osmun (18.097), 13.John Stangle (18.101)
14.Pat Wall (18.128)

B Main 1: 1.Keith Plumstead 2.Billy Tanner IV 3.Ben Donaruma 4.Art
Lidel 5.Jason Dunn (Points Prov: John Romano Jr.)
B Main 2: 1.Justin Hoffman 2.Matt Papiez 3.Tommy Carberry 4.E.J.
Harrington 5.Tim Apgar
B Main 3: 1.Brad Freeman 2.Dave Hunt 3.Glenn Pyatt 4.Doug Stepenchuck
5.Bob Dmuchowski

Feature (15 laps): 1.Mike Lyons 2.Mike Howardson 3.Willie Osmun
4.Barry Christ 5.Gary Butler 6.Billy Tanner IV 7.Mike Krachun
8.Justin Hoffman 9.Chad Barney 10.Jack Swain 11.Ben Donaruma 12.E.J.
Harrington 13.Art Liedl 14.Glenn Pyatt 15.Keith Plumstead 16.Tim
Apgar 17.Matt Papiez 18.Tommy Carberry 19.Rich Scagliotta 20.Archie
Myers 21.Gene Stravinsky 22.Bob Dmuchowski 23.Brad Freeman 24.Dave
Hunt 25.Jason Dunn 26.Glenn Hisko 27.Doug Stepanchuk 28.John Romano
Jr. 29.Pat Wall 30.John McClelland DNS:John Stangle
DNQ: Everett Taylor, Joe Systo, Lou Farina III, John Bohadel, John
Salvatore Jr., Bill Lowden Jr., Steve Ramsey, Alan Bleacher, J.J.
Marini Jr., Donnie Kline, J.T. Trstensky, Jimmy Rossell, Wayne
Carberry

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
Timed Dashes: 1.George Quinlan (18.990) 2.Jake Roveda (19.088) 3.Norm
Saxton (19.173) 4.Jason Bubeck (19.216) 5.Todd Cray (19.220) 6.Mick
Search (19.305) 7.Larry Reed (19.315) 8.Ralph Gargiulo (19.317) 9.Ron
Coverly (19.345) 10.Al Cheney III (19.432) 11.Bob Vaccaro (19.439)
12.Billy Bauer (19.520) 13.Bryan Reed (19.669) 14.Bill Liedtka
(19.801)

B Main: 1.Greg Schmidt 2.Spider Ensinger Jr. 3.Kory Fleming 4.Matt
Kall 5.Jason Saredy 6.Kenny Guyer 7.Al Burdge 8.George Marrero 9.Tony
Giglio 10.Kevin Bifulco (Points Prov: None)

Feature (20 laps): 1.Larry Reed 2.Ralph Gargiulo 3.Mick Search
4.Bryan Reed 5.Billy Bauer 6.Spider Ensinger Jr. 7.Kory Fleming 8.Al
Cheney III 9.Ron coverly 10.George Quinlan 11.Norm Saxton 12.Bob
Vaccaro 13.Kenny Guyer 14.Tony Giglio 15.Jason Saredy 16.Al Burdge
17.Todd Cray 18.George Marrero 19.Kevin Bifulco 20.Jason Bubeck
21.Bill Liedtka 22.Jake Roveda 23.Matt Kall 24.Greg Schmidt
DNQ: Jerry Confer Jr., Tony Bozowski, Charlie Gunner, Mike Dzingleski

SS SPRINT RESULTS
Timed Dashes: 1.Steve Wilson (16.758), 2.Dale Gardner (17.105), 3.Art
Liedl (17.188), 4.Ian Borden (17.245), 5.Rick Cozze (17.372), 6.Dave
Martin (17.464)

Feature (15 laps): 1.Steve Wilson 2.Dave Martin 3.Art Liedl 4.Rick
Cozze 5.Ian Borden 6.John Snook 7.Tom Wyckoff 8.Kevin Nagy 9.Brian
Nixon 10.Robert Liedl 12.John Philkill 13.Jimmy Hoelterling 14.Bill
Force Jr. 15.Dale Gardner 16.Nick Bardsley DNS: Glenn Sinibaldi


NEW EGYPT SS SPRINT POINT CORRECTION

This is the corrected SS Sprint Point Standings. Craig Martin was
driving the #33 Sat. and finished 8th. Jimmy Heolterling did not
race on Sat. Bill force Jr. drove the #92 and finished 12th. Below
are the corrected points thru Sat. 9/9.

Haldeman Ford DIRT S.S. Sprints
DRIVER (* denotes wins) CAR # POINTS
1 Art Liedl*** 2 576
2 Kevin Nagy*** 747 520
3 John Snook* 03 470
4 Craig Martin 92 460
5 Ian Borden 7 457
6 Ed Hughes 19 453
7 Dale Gardner 81 420
8 Steve Wilson* 14w 369
9 Dave Martin 18D 356
10 Jimmy Hoelterling 33 285


THIS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16TH AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY

This Saturday, September 16, at New Egypt Speedway -- get out your
flowered shirts because we're heading to the tropics! That's right,
it's Caribbean Party Night, sponsored by CheapCaribbean.com! And
three lucky fans will win the trip of a lifetime: an 8 day/7 night
vacation package for two to the beautiful island of St. Maarten,
including round-trip airfare from Newark and a choice of 12 luxurious
resort destinations! Wow!

On the race card: big-block Mods, Sportsman, Super Stocks and the
Haldeman Ford SS Sprints. Only three events to go on the NES season!
Don't miss the steamy action this Saturday!

And if all that wasn't enough -- the Friends of Mike will be doubling
the winner's prize money in the SS Sprint feature event, and throwing
out another $550 in racer bonuses down the line!

Gates open at 4 pm on Saturday with first green flag at 6:30 pm. Come
party down with us at New Egypt Speedway, courtesy of
CheapCaribbean.com!


NEW EGYPT POINTS 9/10

MODIFIEDS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Jimmy Horton*(6) 856
2 Keith Hoffman* 765
3 Ryan Godown* 758
4 Rick Grosso* 720
5 Billy Pauch ** 699
6 Frank Cozze* 676
7 Bucky Kell 668
8 Tim Tanner Jr.** 666
9 Ron John Koczon 657
10 Brian Godown** 648
11 Billy Pauch Jr. 577
12 Tom Carberry 555
13 Sam Martz 553
14 Rich Rutski 516
15 Mike Hendershot 510
16 Scott VanGorder 475
17 John Keller 462
18 Dominick Buffalino* 421
19 Joey Tinnes 398
20 Rick Holsten 356

SPORTSMAN
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Gary Butler 813
2 Mike Krachun* 794
3 Willie Osmun** 774
4 Rich Scagliotta***** 748
5 Jack Swain** 741
6 Tim Apgar 661
7 Billy Tanner IV * 654
8 John McClelland* 653
9 Mike Lyons*** 652
10 Mike Howardson 650
11 Chad Barney 632
12 Keith Plumstead 616
13 John Romano Jr.** 608
14 Glenn Hisko * 599
15 Gene Stravinsky 576
16 Justin Hoffman 573
17 Glenn Pyatt 524
18 John Stangle 523
19 John Salvatore Jr. 499
20 Pat Wall 488

SUPER STOCKS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 George Quinlan** 848
2 Al Cheney III* 829
3 Jake Roveda** 795
4 Billy Bauer 743
5 Jason Bubeck* 703
6 Kory Fleming** 669
7 Spider Ensinger Jr.** 657
8 Bryan Reed* 643
9 Mick Search* 610
10 Larry Reed 589
11 Matt Kall 546
12 Ron Coverly 511
13 Kim Cooke* 459
14 Bob Vaccaro 401
15 Tony Giglio 378
16 Pat Freiberger** 371
17 Kevin Bifulco 365
18 George Marrero 363
19 Todd Cray 357
20 Jason Saredy 344

Haldeman Ford DIRT S.S. Sprints
DRIVER (* denotes wins) CAR # POINTS
1 Art Liedl*** 2 576
2 Kevin Nagy*** 747 520
3 John Snook* 03 470
4 Craig Martin 92 460
5 Ian Borden 7 457
6 Ed Hughes 19 453
7 Dale Gardner 81 420
8 Steve Wilson* 14w 369
9 Dave Martin 18D 356
10 Jimmy Hoelterling 33 285

11 Glenn Sinibaldi 280
12 Nick Bardsley 275
13 Tom Wyckoff 262
14 Frank Smith 254
15 Dan Wall 233
16 Robert Liedl 215
17 Rick Cozze* 208
18 John Philkill 183
19 Garrett Luzi 140
20 Brian Nixon 136


Flyin' Ryan Breaks Through At New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ (September 9, 2006) -- Suffering thus far through a
maddening season of also-rans, rotten luck and rueful decisions, 2004
Superstars of Stock Car Racing Series champion Ryan Godown of
Ringoes, NJ, finally had things go his way Saturday night at New
Egypt Speedway, claiming his very first Modified checker of the year
on Legends Night.

"This has been a frustrating, uphill battle here this year. Sometimes
you lose your cool, and sometimes you start to doubt yourself,"
Godown, 31, admitted in victory lane. "I owe it to my crew -- by
brother Butch, his girlfriend Judy and Craig Cronce -- for sticking
by me. They pulled me through this tough time."

It was a wild 30-lap Modified main event -- and Ryan wasn't a winning
factor in the early going. Then, it was Joey Tinnes Jr.,
three-wheeling it high and wide out front, while "Top Cat" Tom
Carberry stayed attached to the leader like a Siamese twin, pulling
even lap after lap after lap. Carberry eventually made his low-line
move stick on lap 21, with Ryan Godown following through to show
second after an erratic first half. Two laps later, Godown turned up
the wick for good and ralleyed around Carberry for the lead.

Carberry had a great run ripped out from under him when his car broke
on the last turn of the final lap. At the flags it was all Godown, in
for his long-awaited first of the year, the 10th of his NES career.
Brother Brian Godown, a two-time Mod winner in 2006, came on for
second, with Tim Tanner Jr. third, Rick Grosso fourth and Joey Tinnes
Jr. in fifth. Carberry coasted across the stripe to end up sixth.
Jimmy Horton was an early retiree from the event, breaking a spindle
on lap 2, but still holds a commanding lead in the championship
points chase.

Rich Scagliotta of Bound Brook, NJ, showed why he's the all-time
winningest driver in the Sportsman class, taking his fifth of the
year in the division's 20-lap tussle. August 19 winner Mike Lyons was
right on Scags at the end, but came away with second-place money.
Willie Osmun, John Romano Jr. and Billy Tanner IV completed the top
five. Gary Butler, who finished 11th, continues as top point man.

It was number three on the year for New Egypt's own Jake Roveda in
the caution-marred Super Stock 20. Roveda won a spirited battle over
current division points leader George Quinlan, Mick Search, Bob
Vaccaro and Spider Ensinger Jr.

Two-time champion Art Liedl Jr. of Flemington, NJ, continues to
dominate in the Haldeman Ford SS Sprint ranks. Liedl scored his
fourth of the season, has not finished out of the top two in any race
this year, and continues to sit atop the division points standings.
Kevin Nagy, early race leader Tom Wyckoff, John Snook and Dale
Gardner chased Liedl at the checkers.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to Gary Butler (Sportsman, 17.643), George
Quinlan (Super Stock, 18.859), and Dale Gardner (SS Sprint, 16.687).

As part of its Legends Night program, paying tribute to the history
of the sport, nostalgia buff Joe Macfarlan coordinated a popular
display of memorabilia and the Garden State Vintage Stock Car Club
had some beautifully restored stock cars on display and on the track.
Paul Weaver won the 10-lap exhibition event for the vintage stocks.
In addition, racing heroes like Frankie Schneider, Glenn Fitzcharles,
Bob Pickell, Ken Brenn Jr., Red Coffin, Jim Horton Sr. and Bob
Rossell reminisced with fans and signed autographs.

A helmet drive to raise funds for the Matheny School for Cerebral
Palsied Children netted $1001.44.

Next Saturday, September 16, New Egypt Speedway presents Caribbean
Night, sponsored by CheapCaribbean.com. On the race card: big-block
Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks and the Haldeman Ford SS Sprints.
And three lucky fans will win a fabulous seven-day vacation package
to the island of St. Martin, complete with airfare and hotel
accommodations, courtesy of CheapCaribbean.com. Gates open at 4 pm,
with first green at 6:30 pm. Adult admission is $16, children 7-12
are $5, and kids 6 and under are free. For more information, call the
speedway office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to
www.newegyptspeedway.net.

9/9/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.Tim Tanner Jr. 2.Rick Grosso 3.Joey Tinnes 4.Dominick
Buffalino 5.Sam Martz 6.Ken Carberry
Heat 2: 1.Tad Cox 2.Keith Hoffman 3.Ryan Godown 4.Bucky Kell 5.Ron
John Koczon 6.Bob Drayton
Heat 3: 1.Mike Hendershot 2.Brian Godown 3.Tom Carberry 4.Scott
VanGorder 5.Jimmy Horton 6.John Miloszar Jr.
B Main 1: 1.Rich Rutski 2.Mike McAleer 3.Rick Holsten 4.John Keller
5.Tom Hager 6.Randy Laird (Points Prov:None)

Feature (30 laps): 1.Ryan Godown 2.Brian Godown 3.Tim Tanner Jr.
4.Rick Grosso 5.Joey Tinnes Jr. 6.Tom Carberry 7.Tad Cox 8.Keith
Hoffman 9.Sam Martz 10.Ron John Koczon 11.Mike Hendershot 12.Ken
Carberry 13.Rick Holsten 14.Scott VanGorder 15.John Keller 16.John
Miloszar Jr. 17.Dominick Buffalino 18.Bucky Kell 19.Randy Laird
20.Tom Hager 21.Rich Rutski 22.Bob Drayton 23.Jimmy Horton 24.Mike
McAleer
DNQ: Donnie Kline, Doug Ostwald, Dennis Halas, John Salvatore Jr.,
Jim Robertson

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Gary Butler (17.643) 2.Rich Scagliotta (17.687) 3.Gene
Stravinsky (17.779) 4.John Romano Jr. (17.820) 5.Mike Krachun
(17.864) 6.John Stangle (17.905) 7.Mike Lyons (17.918) 8.Chad Barney
(18.026) 9.Art Liedl (18.045) 10.Willie Osmun (18.046) 11.Tim Apgar
(18.076) 12.Billy Tanner IV (18.084) 13.Keith Plumstead (18.092)
14.Glenn Hisko (18.104)

B Main 1: 1.Matt Papiez 2.Glenn Pyatt 3.Bob Dmuchowski 4.Ben Donaruma
5.Steve Davis (Points Prov:None)
B Main 2: 1.John McClelland 2.Dave Hunt 3.John Salvatore Jr. 4.Bill
Paulmenn 5.Jack Swain
B Main 3: 1.Mike Howardson 2.Justin Hoffman 3.Keith Fleming 4.Lou
Farina III 5.Brad Freeman

Feature (20 laps): 1.Rich Scagliotta 2.Mike Lyons 3.Willie Osmun
4.John Romano Jr. 5.Billy Tanner IV 6.Mike Howardson 7.Mike Krachun
8.Keith Plumstead 9.Tim Apgar 10.John McClelland 11.Gary Butler
12.Jack Swain 13.Art Liedl 14.Bill Paulmenn 15.Dave Hunt 16.Matt
Papiez 17.Justin Hoffman 18.John Stangle 19.Glenn Pyatt 20.Ben
Donaruma 21.Chad Barney 22.Gene Stravinsky 23.Glenn Hisko 24.Bob
Dmuchowski 25.John Salvatore Jr. 26.Steve Davis 27.Lou Farina III
28.Brad Freeman 29.Keith FLeming
DNQ: Tommy Carberry, Jason Dunn, George Gimbert, Mike Smith, Keith
Nonnemacher, Steve Ramsey, J.T. Trstensky, Jimmy Rossell, Alan
Bleacher, Joe Systo, Pat Wall, Barry Christ, Marc Herman, Eddie
Prentice, Everett Taylor

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.George Quinlan (18.859) 2.Kory Fleming (19.1290) 3.Al
Cheney III (19.202) 4.Jason Bubeck (19.266) 5.Mick Search (19.332)
6.Jake Roveda (19.391) 7.Bryan Reed (19.405) 8.Ron Coverly (19.446)
9.Todd Cray (19.460) 10.Bob Vaccaro (19.495) 11.Larry Reed (19.507)
12.Billy Bauer (19.570) 13.Kim Cooke (19.626) 14.Kevin Bifulco
(19.700)

B Main 1: 1.Ralph Gargiulo 2.Norm Saxton 3.Spider Ensinger Jr.
4.George Marrero 5.Jason Saredy 6.Matt Kall 7.Greg Schmidt 8.Tony
Giglio 9. Charlie Gunner 10.Tom Serenese (Points Prov:None)

Feature (20 laps): 1.Jake Roveda 2.George Quinlan 3.Mick Search 4.Bob
Vaccaro 5.Spider Ensinger Jr. 6.Norm Saxton 7.Todd Cray 8.Matt Kall
9.Al Cheney III 10.George Marrero 11.Jason Saredy 12.Tony Giglio
13.Greg Schmidt 14.Larry Reed 15.Tom Serenese 16.Kevin Bifulco
17.Kory FLeming 18.Jason Bubeck 19.Kim Cooke 20.Bryan Reed 21.Charlie
Gunner 22.Billy Bauer 23.Ron Coverly 24.Ralph Gargiulo
DNQ: Jim Hewitt, Jerry Confer, Tony Bozowski, Al Burdge, Dennis
Seeley Jr., Pete Fogarty, Mike Dzingleski

SS SPRINT RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Dale Gardner (16.687) 2.Art Liedl (17.058) 3.Rick
Cozze (17.109) 4.Tom Wyckoff (17.114) 5.Kevin Nagy (17.141) 6.Dave
Martin (17.306)

Feature (15 laps): 1.Art Liedl 2.Kevin Nagy 3.Tom Wyckoff 4.John
Snook 5.Dale Gardner 6.Ed Hughes 7.Steve Wilson 8.Jimmy Hoelterling
9.Glenn Sinibaldi 10.John Philkill 11.Nick Bardsley 12.Craig Martin
13.Robert Liedl 14.Dave Martin 15.Rick Cozze 16.Ian Borden 17.Frank
Smith DNS: Mick Search


CheapCaribbean.com Brings Tropics to New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ (September 8, 2006) -- The summer is winding down but
CheapCaribbean.com plans to keep the temperatures sizzling at New
Egypt Speedway. On Saturday, September 16, the #1 website in the
world dedicated to travel in the Caribbean and Mexico will be
bringing the tropics to the central Jersey race track -- and giving
away fabulous vacation trips to three lucky fans during the evening's
program!

"We're really excited to bring some sun and fun to New Egypt
Speedway," said Jim Hobbs, President of CheapCaribbean.com, a
discount travel site featuring the hottest deals on Caribbean and
Mexican vacations. The company also sponsors the #91 Sportsman car
driven to victory this year by Billy Tanner IV. "This is our first
corporate involvement with the race track, itself, and it's going to
be great. And a few chosen fans will be winning the trip of a
lifetime!"

To set the mood, CheapCaribbean.com will be setting up palm trees and
giving away T-shirts, beach balls and frisbees, with speedway
concessionaire Rob Maxwell taking the menu tropical. Fans 18 and
older can enter to win a vacation trip at the CheapCaribbean.com
display set up at the main entrance.

And the trip packages they're giving away will make for unforgettable
vacation memories! Three lucky fans will each receive a seven-day
getaway to the exotic Caribbean island of St. Martin, complete with
airfare and hotel accommodations. And CheapCaribbean.com's Jim Hobbs
teases that he also has a really big surprise in store at the
conclusion of the race night!

On the speedway: a red-hot card of big-block Modified, Sportsman,
Super Stock and SS Sprint action on New Egypt's half-mile clay
tri-oval. And with the championship points season ending on the 23rd,
this next-to-last points show will see all competitors turning up the
steam as they scramble for title position and top money -- especially
in the Sportsman and Super Stock divisions, where the championship
chases are wide open.

Of course, all the regular family fun features are included in the
program: the Vespia Tire & Auto Care Fast Time Fan Contest and
Lightning Lap autograph session; the Ralphie the Racer Kids' Club;
Bar Anticipation NASCAR Trivia Contest; plus bicycle giveaways and
more bonus prizes throughout the night for both adults and children.

Gates open at 4 pm on Saturday, September 16, with first green at
6:30 pm. Adult admission is $16, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and
under are free.

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539, just minutes from Six
Flags Great Adventure and the NJ Turnpike. For further details, call
the track office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to
www.newegyptspeedway.net.


Ernesto Nips New Egypt, Legends Next Week

New Egypt, NJ (September 2, 2006) -- With Hurricane Ernesto whipping
through the Northeast, New Egypt Speedway management was forced to
cancel Saturday's scheduled racing program for the second week in a
row. It is the seventh time this season the Ocean County dirt track
has succumbed to wet weather.

"We just can't seem to catch a break with this current weather
pattern," said speedway owner Rick Grosso Sr. "Hopefully, it will
turn around and we'll be able to finish out the year on a high note."

Racing resumes at New Egypt Speedway on Saturday, September 9, with
the track's annual Legends Night, an evening dedicated to the "good
ol' days" and retired stock car heroes of past decades. With the help
of Joe Macfarlan, webmaster of the nostalgia site
www.3widespicturevault.com, fans and drivers will have the chance to
reminisce about racing in days gone by. Legends currently scheduled
to appear: 1952 NASCAR national champion Frankie Schneider, URC's
all-time winningest driver Glenn Fitzcharles, Reading Fairgrounds
standout Red Coffin, former Nazareth Raceway kingpin Bobby Pickell,
two-time Flemington Mod champion Ken Brenn Jr., crossover
dirt/asphalt champ Bob Rossell, 1974 Syracuse winner Billy Osmun, car
owner John Norcia and many more. In addition, a recreation of the
famed #44 Cozze coach, the original Kenny Brightbill Pinto, and Fred
Dmuchowski's #303 coupe from the early '70s will be on display, along
with many other beautifully restored race cars from the Garden State
Vintage Stock Car Club.

All that, and a full card of modern-era racing divisions -- big-block
Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks and the Haldeman Ford SS Sprints
-- running fast and furious, as usual! Gates open at 4 pm on
September 9, with first green at 6:30 pm. Adult admission is $16,
children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and under are free.

Coming up at New Egypt Speedway: On Saturday, September 16, it's time
to get tropical, race fans -- and CheapCaribbean.com is going to show
us the way!

The points season concludes on Saturday, September 23, with the 2006
championships being decided in a program sponsored by C&S Equipment.
Double points are at stake for all four divisions -- guaranteeing one
smokin' night of title-bout racing!

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539, just minutes from Six
Flags Great Adventure and the NJ Turnpike. For more information, call
the track at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


Rain Washes New Egypt, URC Sprints Next Week

New Egypt, NJ (August 26, 2006) -- With violent thunderstorms
saturating the raceway in the early morning hours, and with a dim
weather prediction for the remainder of the day, New Egypt Speedway
management made the decision to cancel Saturday night's scheduled
racing program. The cancellation marked the sixth rain-out this year
at the Ocean County dirt track.

"It's unfortunate the weather didn't cooperate this weekend, but
we'll come back on Labor Day weekend with a blockbuster show,
featuring the URC Sprint Cars," said speedway owner Rick Grosso Sr.
"We're looking for sunny skies and great racing next Saturday."

Racing resumes at New Egypt Speedway on September 2, with a big
four-division show, featuring the popular URC Sprint Cars in their
fourth and final appearance this year. Big-block Modifieds, Sportsman
and Super Stocks are also on the night's bill.

Gates open at 4 pm on September 2, with first green at 6:30 pm. Adult
admission is $20, children 7-12 are $6, and kids 6 and under are
free.

Coming up at New Egypt Speedway: On Saturday, September 9, it's
Legends Night, an evening dedicated to the "good ol' days" and
retired stock car heroes of past decades. With the help of Joe
Macfarlan and friends, fans and drivers will have the chance to
reminisce about racing in days gone by. And the beautifully restored
Garden State vintage stock cars will be on display and in exhibition.
All that, and a full card of modern-era racing divisions -- running
fast and furious, as usual!

Then on Saturday, September 16, it's time to get tropical at New
Egypt Speedway -- and CheapCaribbean.com is going to show us the way!

The points season concludes on Saturday, September 23, with the 2006
championships being decided in a program sponsored by C&S Equipment.
Double points are at stake for all four divisions -- guaranteeing one
smokin' night of title-bout racing, with enough high drama to script
a soap opera!

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539, just minutes from Six
Flags Great Adventure and the NJ Turnpike. For more information, call
the track at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


This Saturday, August 26 - at New Egypt Speedway

This Saturday, August 26 - it's Wild, Wild West Night at New Egypt
Speedway, sponsored by Foley Inc.! Get ready for a rootin' tootin'
night of racing featuring showdowns in the big-block Modified,
Sportsman and Super Stock divisions, highlighted by a guns-ablazing
Wild West stunt show!

Gates open at 4 pm, with first green at 6:30 pm. Adult admission is
$16, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and under are free. Come on
out, cowboys and cowgals, for Wild, Wild West Night at New Egypt
Speedway!

UPDATED! Make sure you check out the updated Photos page on our
website, www.newegyptspeedway.net! We've created a retrospective
photo essay of the season thus far, hitting all the major highlights!


New Egypt Competitor Bulletin:

As Bridgeport Speedway is not racing this Saturday, August 26, New
Egypt Speedway will accept Bridgeport pit licenses and Bridgeport
track tires in the Modified and Sportsman divisions for this weekend.

Cars with Bridgeport Sportsman Crate motors will be permitted to
compete with the NES Sportsman, but must weigh a minimum of 2,500
pounds. No cockpit adjusters are allowed in the Sportsman division.

For further information, contact the track office at (609) 758-1900.


New Egypt Speedway point standings thru Sat. 8/19/06

MODIFIEDS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Jimmy Horton*(6) 836
2 Keith Hoffman* 723
3 Billy Pauch ** 699
4 Ryan Godown 698
5 Frank Cozze* 676
6 Rick Grosso* 670
7 Bucky Kell 643
8 Ron John Koczon 619
9 Tim Tanner Jr.** 614
10 Brian Godown** 592
11 Billy Pauch Jr. 577
12 Sam Martz 513
13 Tom Carberry 509
14 Rich Rutski 494
15 Mike Hendershot 474
16 Scott VanGorder 445
17 John Keller 434
18 Dominick Buffalino* 395
19 Joey Tinnes 350
20 Rick Holsten 324

SPORTSMAN
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Gary Butler 777
2 Mike Krachun* 750
3 Willie Osmun** 722
4 Jack Swain** 707
5 Rich Scagliotta**** 688
6 Tim Apgar 621
7 John McClelland* 615
8 Chad Barney 610
9 Billy Tanner IV * 606
10 Mike Howardson 604
11 Mike Lyons*** 596
12 Glenn Hisko * 579
13 Keith Plumstead 574
14 John Romano Jr.** 558
15 Gene Stravinsky 555
16 Justin Hoffman 547
17 Glenn Pyatt 500
18 John Stangle 498
19 Pat Wall 488
20 John Salvatore Jr. 479

SUPER STOCKS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 George Quinlan** 792
2 Al Cheney III* 789
3 Jake Roveda** 735
4 Billy Bauer 722
5 Jason Bubeck* 678
6 Kory Fleming** 643
7 Bryan Reed* 620
8 Spider Ensinger Jr.** 609
9 Larry Reed 559
10 Mick Search* 558
11 Matt Kall 504
12 Ron Coverly 491
13 Kim Cooke* 435
14 Pat Freiberger** 371
15 Bob Vaccaro 351
16 Tony Giglio 344
17 Kevin Bifulco 338
18 Bill Liedtka 335
19 George Marrero 325
20 Todd Cray 313

Haldeman Ford DIRT S.S. Sprints
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Art Liedl*** 516
2 Kevin Nagy*** 464
3 Ian Borden 430
4 John Snook* 420
5 Craig Martin 418
6 Ed Hughes 407
7 Dale Gardner 372
8 Dave Martin 326
9 Steve Wilson* 325
10 Jimmy Hoelterling 285
11 Glenn Sinibaldi 240
12 Nick Bardsley 239
13 Frank Smith 234
14 Dan Wall 233
15 Tom Wyckoff 210
16 Robert Liedl 183
17 Rick Cozze* 180
18 John Philkill 145
19 Garrett Luzi 140
20 Brian Nixon 136


Hoffman Has Big Weekend, Wins New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ (August 19, 2006) -- 2001 Modified champion Keith
Hoffman of Whitehall, PA, finally got the monkey off his back,
winning his first of the season Saturday at New Egypt Speedway on a
night sponsored by Vespia Tire & Auto Care.

"What a way to get out of a slump! We won last night at Big Diamond,
and now we won here tonight. Jim Scherer's given me a good car, and
we were finally able to take it to the winner's circle," said
Hoffman, 39, who hasn't visited victory lane at New Egypt since
September 2005. "It really feels good to win two this weekend. The
year is definitely getting better."

Division rookie Rich Rutski set the early pace in the 30-lap Modified
feature, enjoying a comfortable lead from the drop of the green until
about lap 20. That's when Hoffman -- hustling it up hard from a 14th
starting position -- began to put the pressure on. Rutski put up a
brief fight for the top spot, but succumbed to Hoffman's heated
advances on lap 22. Three-time Modified champ Billy Pauch made his
presence known in the waning laps, but wasn't quite able to chase
down Hoffman. At the checkers, it was Hoffman, in for his 20th career
win at New Egypt, over Pauch, Rutski, Dominick Buffalino and Bucky
Kell. Jimmy Horton, who finished 11th after tangling with Ryan Godown
with five laps remaining, continues to lead the championship point
chase by a wide margin.

Teammates Mike Lyons of Monroe Twp., NJ, and Gene Stravinsky of New
Egypt, NJ, squared off and went one-on-one for bragging rights in the
Sportsman 20, with Lyons taking the upper hand with two laps
remaining to collect his third of the year. Stravinsky settled for
the bridesmaid slot, with Keith Fleming, Glenn Hisko and Willie Osmun
following. Despite finishing 20th, Gary Butler still leads the
division point standings.

Bayville, NJ's Spider Ensinger Jr. beat back the formidable
challenges thrown down by Al Cheney III and George Quinlan, to motor
in for his second of the year in the Super Stock main event. Cheney,
Quinlan, Jake Roveda and Todd Cray cruised in behind the Spiderman.
Quinlan remains the division points leader.

Former Mod driver Dale Gardner, Phillipsburg, NJ, rode an emotional
roller coaster in the Haldeman Ford SS Sprint race. Gardner, a
division rookie, led all but the first go-round of the 15-lap event,
only to be stripped of his first victory after his car failed to make
minimum weight at the scales. That moved Rick Cozze of Pittstown, NJ,
into victory circle for the first time ever. Top point man Art Liedl,
Craig Martin, Ian Borden and Kevin Nagy took the next four spots.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to Mike Krachun (Sportsman, 18.241), Al
Cheney III (Super Stock, 19.554), and John Snook (SS Sprint, 17.243).

The racing program also featured the track's King of the Crew Chiefs
timed pitstop challenge, presented by Vespia Tire & Auto Care.
Crewmen Brent Tittle and Chip Morgan of Frank Cozze's #44 Modified
were the fast guns in the tire-changing contest, collecting the $200
first-place prize and custom plaques, courtesy of Vespia Tire & Auto
Care. Finalists Dave Seip and Steve Davis, mechanics for Mike Lyons'
Sportsman, and Jimmy and John Carpenter, of Bob Vaccaro's Super Stock
team, also received cash awards.

Next Saturday, August 26, New Egypt Speedway presents Wild, Wild West
Night, sponsored by Foley Inc. It'll be a rootin' tootin' night of
racing featuring big-block Modifieds, Sportsman and Super Stocks,
highlighted by an exciting Wild West stunt show. Gates open at 4 pm,
with first green at 6:30 pm. Adult admission is $16, children 7-12
are $5, and kids 6 and under are free. For more information, call the
speedway office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to
www.newegyptspeedway.net.

8/19/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.Rich Rutski 2.Dominick Buffalino 3.Rick Grosso 4.Ryan
Godown 5.Billy Pauch 6.Ron John Koczon
Heat 2: 1.John Keller 2.Scott VanGorder 3.Keith Hoffman 4.Billy Pauch
Jr. 5.Jimmy Horton 6.Rick Holsten
Heat 3: 1.Bucky Kell 2.Sammy Martz 3.Joey Tinnes 4.Tom Carberry
5.Frank Cozze 6.Brian Godown

Feature (30 Laps): 1.Keith Hoffman 2.Billy Pauch 3.Rich Rutski
4.Dominick Buffalino 5.Bucky Kell 6.Sam Martz 7.Ron John Koczon
8.Billy Pauch Jr. 9.Brian Godown 10.Rick Grosso 11.Jimmy Horton
12.John Keller 13.Rick Holsten 14.Ryan Godown 15.Tad Cox 16.Tom
Carberry 17.Ken Carberry 18.Scott VanGorder 19.Randy Laird 20.Joey
Tinnes Jr. 21.Frank Cozze 22.Mike Hendershot DNS: Tom Hager

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Mike Krachun (18.241), 2.Gene Stravinsky (18.287),
3.Mike Lyons (18.305), 4.John Stangle (18.323), 5.Gary Butler
(18.323), 6.Chad Barney (18.353), 7.Tim Apgar (18.357), 8.Willie
Osmun (18.366), 9.Glenn Hisko (18.389), 10.Jack Swain (18.415),
11.Keith Fleming (18.431), 12.Art Liedl (18.452), 13.Rich Scagliotta
(18.454), 14.Dave Hunt (18.481)

B Main 1: 1.Keith Plumstead 2.John Romano Jr. 3.Bob Dmuchowski
4.Justin Hoffman 5.Billy Tanner IV 6.Lou Farina III (Pts. Prov: Mike
Howardson)
B Main 2: 1.Pat Wall 2.Glenn Pyatt 3.Barry Christ 4.Matt Papiez
5.John Salvatore Jr. 6.John McClelland

Feature (20 Laps): 1.Mike Lyons 2.Gene Stravinsky 3.Keith Fleming
4.Glenn Hisko 5.Willie Osmun 6.John Stangle 7.Jack Swain 8.Mike
Krachun 9.Art Liedl 10.Chad Barney 11.Keith Plumstead 12.Billy Tanner
IV 13.Bob Dmuchowski 14.Matt Papiez 15.Dave Hunt 16.Justin Hoffman
17.John McClelland 18.Barry Christ 19.Lou Farina 20.Gary Butler
21.Tim Apgar 22.Glenn Pyatt 23.Pat Wall 24.Rich Scagliotta 25.John
Romano Jr. 26.Mike Howardson 27.John Salvatore Jr.
DNQ: Brad Freeman, John Marini Jr., Mike Smith, Ben Donaruma, Todd
Singley, John Bohadel, Donnie Kline, Tommy Carberry, Doug Stepanchuk,
Everett Taylor, Alan Bleacher

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Al Cheney III (19.554), 2.Kory Fleming (19.641),
3.Mick Search (19.667), 4.Jake Roveda (19.807), 5.Billy Bauer
(20.065), 6.Kim Cooke (20.129), 7.Kevin Bifulco (20.290), 8.George
Quinlan (20.339), 9.Spider Ensinger Jr. (20.341), 10.Todd Cray
(20.348) 11.Larry Reed (20.355), 12.Jason Bubeck (20.390), 13.Ron
Coverly (20.498), 14.Don Shipley (20.501)

B Main: 1.Tony Giglio 2.Norm Saxton 3.Bill Liedtka 4.Bob Vaccaro
5.Jason Saredy 6.Matt Kall 7.Al Burdge 8.Tony Bozowski 9.Tom Serenese
10.Dennis Seeley Jr. (Pts.Prov:None)

Feature (20 Laps): 1.Spider Ensinger Jr. 2.Al Cheney III 3.George
Quinlan 4.Jake Roveda 5.Todd Cray 6.Ron Coverly 7.Mick Search 8.Kim
Cooke 9.Billy Bauer 10.Kory Fleming 11.Jason Bubeck 12.Bob Vaccaro
13.Jason Saredy 14.Tony Giglio 15.Don Shipley 16.Larry Reed 17.Kevin
Bifulco 18.Tom Serenese 19.Tony Bozowski 20.Bill Liedtka 21.Al Burdge
22.Dennis Seeley Jr. 23.Norm Saxton 24.Matt Kall
DNQ:Charlie Gunner

SS SPRINT RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.John Snook (17.243), 2.Art Liedl (17.270), 3.Dale
Gardner (17.436) 4.Rick Cozze (17.480), 5.Craig Martin (17.546),
6.Dave Martin (17.757), 7.Ian Borden (17.781), 8.Ed Hughes (17.874),
9.Mick Search (18.062), 10.Ted Arnold (18.243), 11.Jimmy Hoelterling
(18.289), 12.Robert Liedl (18.566), 13.Glenn Sinibaldi (18.752) No
Time: Kevin Nagy, Nick Bardsley

Feature (15 Laps): 1.Rick Cozze 2.Art Liedl 3.Craig Martin 4.Ian
Borden 5.Kevin Nagy 6.Ed Hughes 7.Robert Liedl 8.Mick Search 9.Jimmy
Hoelterling 10.Glenn Sinibaldi 11.John Snook 12.Ted Arnold 13.Dave
Martin 14.Dale Gardner (DQ) DNS: Nick Bardsley


Martz's Loss Is Fuller's Gain In New Egypt DIRT 100

New Egypt, NJ (August 16, 2006) -- Local runner Sam Martz of
Somerville, NJ, showed everyone the way in an eye-opening performance
-- but when the leader's mount broke a right-rear axle coming around
for lap 69, defending series champion Tim Fuller, Edwards, NY, picked
up the reins to ride in for a $6,000 victory in Wednesday night's
Advance Auto Parts Modified Super DIRT Series Garden State Gunfight
at New Egypt Speedway.

"He was gone. I couldn't run that pace," Fuller, 38, said about the
high-flyin' Martz. "Here, the lead is everything. You can run your
own line. This track is not what we're used to in New York State --
it's a little bumpy with a big cushion. But we had the right motor
in. We weren't under-horsepowered. But that #3 car -- he ought to get
a lot of credit. He ran a hell of a race."

Martz was a man on a veritable mission in the 100-lap Modified tour
event, leading NES regular Jimmy Horton, a six-time winner in 2006,
to the first green flag. Several caution slowdowns, a blockade of
lapped traffic -- nothing seemed to faze Martz as he kept all the
comers with their impressive resumes behind him by a good distance.
Some of the big boys suffered setbacks: Horton dropped from the race
on lap 20; Matt Sheppard, a winner here last September, gave up third
when he ducked to the pits on lap 48.

It was Martz -- completely in control and smooth as a waxed tabletop
-- who led the talent-laden field, as lap after lap clicked off. The
yellow flew on lap 65 as Danny Johnson's car went up in a cloud of
smoke. And then abruptly, on the ensuing restart three laps later,
leader Martz pulled to the high side, his car crippled by a broken
right-rear axle. His big night was over.

The swaggering DIRT guns were right there, with ammo blazing. Tim
Fuller, who had tried in vain to keep pace with Martz until that
point, grabbed the lead with authority, enjoying a 1.7 second
advantage over his closest rival as the field jockeyed for position
behind him. At the checkers, it was all Fuller, inking his third win
of the '06 DIRT tour over fellow New Yorkers Billy Decker and Alan
Johnson. Brett Hearn was fourth, with defending NES Mod champion
Frank Cozze battling back from an early-race skirmish to take fifth.
Billy Pauch, Pat Ward, Gary Tomkins, Billy Pauch Jr. and Dale Planck
completed the top 10.

Frank Cozze of Wind Gap, PA, was the Integra Shocks fast-timer,
clicking off a lap of 17.334 around the half-mile D-shaped oval. Heat
races were won by Cozze, Alan Johnson, Sam Martz and Tim Fuller.
Steve Bottcher topped the B Main.

The Sportsman class ran a stellar 20-lap feature event, with one lone
caution flag slowing the pace. Glenn Hisko of Bridgewater, NJ,
grabbed the winner's grand, passing Glenn Pyatt for the lead on lap
8. Last Saturday's winner Willie Osmun gave it his all to unseat
Hisko, but came up one spot shy. Art Liedl, Pyatt and Jack Swain
trailed the top two. It was Hisko's first trip to the winner's circle
in two years.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for the fast timers
went to Frank Cozze (Modified, 17.344) and John Stangle (Sportsman,
18.323).

This Saturday, August 19, Vespia Tire & Auto Care presents the King
of the Crew Chiefs Pitstop Challenge at New Egypt Speedway, with
prize money to the top three race car mechanics. Big-block Modifieds,
Sportsman, Super Stocks and the Haldeman Ford SS Sprints are on the
race card. Gates open at 4 pm, with first green at 6:30 pm. Adult
admission is $16, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and under are
free. For more information, call the speedway office at (609)
758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.

8/16/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Frank Cozze (17.334) 2.Alan Johnson (17.390) 3.Sam
Martz (17.409) 4.Billy Decker (17.543) 5.Rick Grosso (17.579) 6.Matt
Sheppard (17.587) 7.Ryan Godown (17.653) 8.Tim Fuller (17.660)
9.Jimmy Horton (17.705) 10.Rich Rutski (17.713) 11.Billy Pauch
(17.770) 12.Ken Stafford (17.810) 13.Gary Tomkins (17.819) 14.Brett
Hearn (17.856) 15.Steve Paine (17.876) 16.Brian Godown (17.904)
17.Pat Ward (17.925) 18.Danny Johnson (17.940) 19.Rick Laubach
(17.996) 20.Ron John Koczon (18.006) 21.Dale Planck (18.026) 22.Tom
Carberry (18.029) 23.Ronnie Johnson (18.048) 24.Rich Scagliotta
(18.068) 25.Rich Tobias (18.110) 26.Jimmy Phelps (18.114) 27.Billy
Pauch Jr. (18.119) 28.Ryan Watt (18.186) 29.Steve Bottcher (18.252)
30.Keith Brightbill (18.341) 31.Ryan Jacobs (18.352) 32.Kevin Bates
(18.491)

Heat 1: 1.Frank Cozze 2.Rick Grosso 3.Jimmy Horton 4.Gary Tomkins
5.Pat Ward
Heat 2: 1.Alan Johnson 2.Matt Sheppard 3.Brett Hearn 4.Rich Rutski
5.Jimmy Phelps
Heat 3: 1.Sam Martz 2.Ryan Godown 3.Billy Pauch 4.Steve Paine 5.Rick
Laubach
Heat 4: 1.Tim Fuller 2.Billy Decker 3.Ron John Koczon 4.Ken Stafford
5.Ryan Watt

B Main: 1.Steve Bottcher 2.Tom Carberry 3.Danny Johnson 4.Billy Pauch
Jr. 5.Brian Godown 6.Rich Scagliotta 7.Keith Brightbill 8.Ronnie
Johnson 9.Rich Tobias 10.Dale Planck

Feature (100 laps): 1.Tim Fuller 2.Billy Decker 3.Alan Johnson
4.Brett Hearn 5.Frank Cozze 6.Billy Pauch 7.Pat Ward 8.Gary Tomkins
9.Billy Pauch Jr. 10.Dale Planck 11.Rich Rutski 12.Ken Stafford
13.Ryan Watt 14.Sam Martz 15.Matt Sheppard 16.Danny Johnson 17.Ron
John Koczon 18.Steve Bottcher 19.Rick Laubach 20.Rich Tobias 21.Jimmy
Phelps 22.Steve Paine 23.Brian Godown 24.Ryan Godown 25.Jimmy Horton
26.Tom Carberry 27.Rick Grosso 28.Ronnie Johnson 29.Keith Brightbill
30.Rich Scagliotta
DNQ: Kevin Bates, Ryan Jacobs.

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.John Stangle (18.323) 2.Mike Krachun (18.328) 3.Jack
Swain (18.406) 4.Willie Osmun (18.421) 5.Keith Fleming (18.457)
6.Glenn Pyatt (18.466) 7.Tim Apgar (18.488) 8.John McClelland
(18.527) 9.Pat Wall (18.529) 10.Art Liedl (18.539) 11.Mike Lyons
(18.566) 12.Rich Scagliotta (18.578) 13.Mike Howardson (18.581)
14.Glenn Hisko (18.595)

B Main 1: 1.Dave Hunt 2.Brad Freeman 3.Gene Stravinsky 4.Lou Farina
III 5.John Salvatore Jr. 6.Tommy Carberry 7.Rick Wegner 8.Bob Lineman
Jr.

Feature (20 laps): 1.Glenn Hisko 2.Willie Osmun 3.Art Liedl 4.Glenn
Pyatt 5.Jack Swain 6.John McClelland 7.Mike Lyons 8.Tim Apgar 9.John
Stangle 10.Pat Wall 11.Billy Tanner IV 12.Dave Hunt 13.Mike Howardson
14.Justin Hoffman 15.Keith Fleming 16.Matt Papiez 17.John Romano Jr.
18.Gene Stravinsky 19.Kenny Hammond 20.Lou Farina III 21.Bob Lineman
Jr. 22.Brad Freeman 23.John Salvatore Jr. 24.Ben Donaruma 25.Tommy
Carberry 26.Rick Wegner 27.Kenny Guyer 28.Mike Krachun DNS: Rich
Scagliotta
DNQ: Jimmy Spence, Darrell Delnero, Chris Lane, Gary Butler, Steve
Davis, Chad Barney, Keith Plumstead.


New Egypt Speedway Point Standings thru Sat. 8/12

MODIFIEDS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Jimmy Horton*(6) 800
2 Ryan Godown 668
3 Keith Hoffman 663
4 Frank Cozze* 654
5 Billy Pauch ** 643
6 Rick Grosso* 632
7 Tim Tanner Jr.** 614
8 Bucky Kell 595
9 Ron John Koczon 575
10 Brian Godown** 552
11 Billy Pauch Jr. 535
12 Tom Carberry 482
13 Sam Martz 467
14 Mike Hendershot 453
15 Rich Rutski 442
16 Scott VanGorder 420
17 John Keller 400
18 Dominick Buffalino* 345
19 Joey Tinnes 327
20 John Miloszar 319

SPORTSMAN
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Gary Butler 704
2 Mike Krachun* 658
3 Willie Osmun** 624
4 Rich Scagliotta**** 618
5 Jack Swain** 613
6 Tim Apgar 549
7 John McClelland* 539
8 Mike Howardson 534
9 Billy Tanner IV * 522
Chad Barney 522
11 John Romano Jr.** 488
Keith Plumstead 488
13 Mike Lyons** 486
14 Glenn Hisko 479
15 Justin Hoffman 470
16 Gene Stravinsky 449
17 Glenn Pyatt 429
18 Pat Wall 418
19 John Salvatore Jr. 409
20 John Stangle 402

SUPER STOCKS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 George Quinlan** 740
2 Al Cheney III* 733
3 Jake Roveda** 685
4 Billy Bauer 682
5 Jason Bubeck* 642
6 Bryan Reed* 620
7 Kory Fleming** 605
8 Spider Ensinger Jr.* 549
9 Larry Reed 532
10 Mick Search* 514
11 Matt Kall 484
12 Ron Coverly 445
13 Kim Cooke* 393
14 Pat Freiberger** 371
15 George Marrero 325
16 Bob Vaccaro 317
17 Tony Giglio 314
18 Bill Liedtka 312
Kevin Bifulco 312
20 Don Shipley 284


Horton And Coverdale Are Late-Race Aces At New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ (August 12, 2006) -- Two crafty veterans -- Jimmy
Horton of Neshanic Station, NJ, in the Modified class and Milford,
DE's Greg Coverdale in the touring URC Sprint ranks -- used their
wiles to pull off 11th hour heroics at New Egypt Speedway on
Saturday, winning their respective feature events during a program
sponsored by Kodiak Truck & Auto Center.

"He's one hell of a driver. He's been running good, and we both
wanted it," Horton said of competitor Sam Martz. "I just hit the
corner right. It's all about luck. Now, we've just got to come back
and do it on Wednesday," he bottom-lined, referring to this week's
big Super DIRT Series tour special at the track.

Horton was a late-bloomer in the 30-lap Modified main event, as Ken
Carberry, Mike Hendershot, and then Ryan Godown held the lead in the
early stages. But during a lengthy caution for a multi-car tangle on
lap 18, leader Godown abruptly ducked into the pits with a left-rear
flat. Sam Martz then picked up the pace, with Frank Cozze giving him
a fit, while Horton just bided his time. With three laps remaining,
Horton -- a five-time winner already in 2006 and the current top man
in the points chase -- came on like a house afire, sweeping into
second. One solid pass for the lead was negated by a final yellow
flag -- but it didn't deter Horton, who set up Martz on the final
tour and hustled in for his sixth of the season. Martz, Cozze, Keith
Hoffman and Billy Pauch crossed the line behind Horton.

Another last-call hustle knocked race-long leader Brian Seidel from
the point in the companion URC Sprint event, as Greg Coverdale turned
up the steam in the final four of a caution-plagued 25 laps to score
his 7th win at New Egypt, the milestone 50th of his career with the
URC Sprint organization. Seidel was a stalwart second -- amazing,
since he broke the rear-end in his car in hot laps, changed the
component, qualified in his heat, then led most of the distance.
Former Modified pilot Mark Bitner was third, Jason Clauss was fourth,
and Kevin Welsh finished fifth.

"After a two-and-a-half year layoff (from racing), the crew's been
real patient with me as we try to get the car back to form," said
Coverdale, who had a dismal finish the night prior at Penn-Can. "This
was a real good ending to a bad weekend."

Willie Osmun, Bloomsbury, NJ, finally got back on track in the 15-lap
Sportsman fray, grabbing the lead on lap 7 to take his first checker
since May 27. Tim Apgar, Art Liedl, current division points leader
Gary Butler and Mike Krachun trailed Osmun at the stripe.

Mick Search of Allentown, NJ, wired the Super Stock 15, leading every
lap in the non-stop event to win his first of the year, the second of
his career, over George Quinlan, who continues to top the
championship point chart. Billy Bauer, Al Cheney III and 1998
division champ Jeff Carpenter, making his first start of the season,
completed the top five.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to Gene Stravinsky (Sportsman, 17.998) and
Kory Fleming (Super Stock, 19.348).

This Wednesday, August 16, New Egypt hosts the Advance Auto Parts
Super DIRT Series Garden State Gunfight, a 100-lap tour race
featuring the best Modified drivers in the business. Also on the race
card: a 20-lap Sportsman race, paying $1,000 to win. Gates open at
4:30 pm, with first green at 7:30 pm. Adult admission is $22,
children 7-12 are $7, and kids 6 and under are free. For more
information, call the speedway office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to
www.newegyptspeedway.net.

8/12/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.Rick Grosso 2.Ryan Godown 3.Tim Tanner Jr. 4.Keith Hoffman
5.Rick Holsten 6.Ken Carberry
Heat 2: 1.Billy Pauch 2.John Keller 3.Frank Cozze 4.Tom Carberry
5.Dominick Buffalino 6.Bucky Kell
Heat 3: 1.Mike Hendershot 2.Joey Tinnes Jr. 3.Sam Martz 4.Jimmy
Horton 5.Brian Godown 6.Scott VanGorder

Feature (30 laps): 1.Jimmy Horton 2.Sam Martz 3.Frank Cozze 4.Keith
Hoffman 5.Billy Pauch 6.Ken Carberry 7.Brian Godown 8.Ron John Koczon
9.Ryan Godown 10.Rick Grosso 11.Scott VanGorder 12.Mike Hendershot
13.Tom Carberry 14.Billy Pauch Jr. 15.Rick Holsten 16.Tad Cox
17.Randy Laird 18.Dennis Halas 19.Tim Tanner Jr. 20.Dominick
Buffalino 21.Joey Tinnes Jr. 22.Bucky Kell 23.John Keller

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Gene Stravinsky (17.998), 2.Gary Butler (18.128),
3.Mike Krachun (18.158), 4.Jack Swain (18.196), 5.Glenn Hisko
(18.309), 6.Art Liedl (18.352), 7.Willie Osmun (18.362), 8.Keith
Fleming (18.383), 9.Pat Wall (18.402), 10.Mike Lyons (18.424),
11.Mike Howardson (18.458), 12.Tim Apgar (18.464), 13.Justin Hoffman
(18.472), 14.Bob Dmuchowski (18.511)

B Main 1: 1.John McClelland 2.Glenn Pyatt 3.Matt Papiez 4.Keith
Plumstead 5.Doug Stepanchuk (Pts. Prov.: Chad Barney)
B Main 2: 1.John Romano Jr. 2.Rich Scagliotta 3.Lou Farina III
4.Billy Tanner IV 5.John Salvatore Jr.
B Main 3: 1.Ben Donaruma 2.John Stangle 3.Brad Freeman 4.Dave Hunt
5.Jason Dunn

Feature (15 laps): 1.Willie Osmun 2.Tim Apgar 3.Art Liedl 4.Gary
Butler 5.Mike Krachun 6.Mike Lyons 7.John McClelland 8.Rich
Scagliotta 9.Billy Tanner IV 10.Jack Swain 11.Bob Dmuchowski 12.Glenn
Pyatt 13.Glenn Hisko 14.Keith Plumstead 15.Justin Hoffman 16.John
Salvatore Jr. 17.Brad Freeman 18.Mike Howardson 19.John Stangle
20.Matt Papiez 21.Pat Wall 22.Jason Dunn 23.Gene Stravinsky 24.Ben
Donaruma 25.Dave Hunt 26.Keith Fleming 27.Doug Stepanchuk 28.Chad
Barney 29.John Romano Jr. 30.Lou Farina III
DNQ: Mike Smith, Barry Christ, Jimmy Spence, Glen Schneck, Donnie
Kline, Tommy Carberry, Will Dupree, Everett Taylor, John Marini Jr.,
Kenny Hammond, Steve Davis, Chris Lane, Steve Ramsey, Robin McTighe.

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Kory Fleming (19.348), 2.Mick Search (19.408), 3.Al
Cheney III (19.522), 4.Jason Bubeck (19.622), 5.Larry Reed (19.719),
6.Billy Bauer (19.722), 7.Jake Roveda (19.733), 8.Todd Cray (19.734),
9.George Quinlan (19.750), 10.Spider Ensinger Jr. (19.900), 11.Jeff
Carpenter (19.915), 12.Kevin Bifulco (20.000), 13.Bryan Reed
(20.061), 14.Kim Cooke (20.123)

B Main: 1.Ron Coverly 2.Tony Giglio 3.George Marrero 4.Matt Kall
5.Kenny Guyer 6.Don Shipley 7.Jason Saredy 8.Charlie Gunner 9.Mike
Dzingleski 10.Allen Hurley (Pts. Prov.: none)

Feature (15 laps): 1.Mick Search 2.George Quinlan 3.Billy Bauer 4.Al
Cheney III 5.Jeff Carpenter 6.Kim Cooke 7.Bryan Reed 8.Todd Cray
9.Jason Bubeck 10.Kory Fleming 11.Spider Ensinger Jr. 12.Jake Roveda
13.Larry Reed 14.Tony Giglio 15.Kenny Guyer 16.George Marrero 17.Ron
Coverly 18.Don Shipley 19.Matt Kall 20.Jason Saredy 21.Charlie Gunner
22.Allen Hurley 23.Kevin Bifulco 24.Mike Dzingleski
DNQ: Dennis Seely Jr., Bill Liedtka.

URC SPRINT RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.Greg Coverdale 2.Scott McLaren 3.Danny Massey 4.Davey
Sammons 5.Kevin Welsh 6.Mares Stellfox
Heat 2: 1.Joe Zuczek 2.Dave Betts 3.Scott Pursell 4.Kramer Williamson
5.Tim Hogue 6.Ed Aikin
Heat 3: 1.Brooke Bowman 2.Mark Bitner 3.Jason Clauss 4.Gary Gollub
5.Bill Brian Jr. 6.Robbie Stillwagon
Heat 4: 1.Mike Haggenbottom 2.Brian Seidel 3.Jon Eldreth 4.Curt
Michael 5.Dave McGough 6.Dave Ely

B Main: 1.Brook Weibley 2.Ed Aikin 3.Junior Martin 4.Dave Ely 5.Jamie
Bodo 6.Randy West (Prov.: Jimmy Stitzel)

Feature (25 laps): 1.Greg Coverdale 2.Brian Seidel 3.Mark Bitner
4.Jason Clauss 5.Kevin Welsh 6.Davey Sammons 7.Joe Zuczek 8.Kramer
Williamson 9.Gary Gollub 10.Jon Eldreth 11.Ed Aikin 12.Dave McGough
13.Mike Haggenbottom 14.Jimmy Stitzel 15.Dave Betts 16.Curt Michael
17.Danny Massey 18.Scott McLaren 19.Scott Pursell 20.Bill Brian Jr.
21.Junior Martin 22.Brooke Bowman 23.Tim Hogue 24.Dave Ely 25.Brook
Weibley
DNQ: Johnny Zimmerman, Robbie Stillwagon, Adam Gordon, Mares
Stellfox, Midge Miller, Mike Kostic, Josh Weller, Will Urkuski, Jamie
Bodo, Randy West.


This Saturday, August 12 at New Egypt Speedway....

This Saturday, August 12 -- it's Wing Night at New Egypt Speedway!
The third 2006 appearance of the popular URC Sprint Cars, sponsored
by Kodiak Truck & Auto Center! PLUS! Big-block Modifieds, Sportsman
and Super Stocks will all be in action! A jam-packed four-division
program!

As always, expect tons of great giveaways for the grandstand crowd,
and our nationally-recognized Kids' Club program will be in action!

Gates open at 4 pm this Saturday with first green at 6:30 pm. Adult
admission is $20, children 7-12 are $6, and kids 6 and under are
always free.

Don't miss the URC Sprinters, this Saturday at New Egypt!

AND DON'T FORGET OUR ONLY DIRT SERIES SPECIAL OF THE SEASON: DIRT's
traveling all-stars invade to take on New Egypt's top guns on
Wednesday, August 16, in the Advance Auto Parts Modified Super DIRT
Series Garden State Gunfight -- a 100-lap big-block Mod square-off
featuring the biggest names in the business! Gates open at 4:30 pm,
with warm-ups at 6:45 and time trials at 7:30 pm.


OPEN PRACTICE AT NEW EGYPT 8/9

New Egypt Speedway will be holding an open practice session on
Wednesday night, August 9. Pit gate will open at 5:30 pm, with
on-track practice for all divisions scheduled from 6 to 10 pm. A flat
fee of $150 will be charged for each car. Driver and crew will sign
in free with the race car.

Spectator grandstands will not be open for this racers' test-and-tune
session.

This is a great chance to tune up in preparation for the URC Sprint
show on August 12 and the DIRT show on August 16.

Teams that plan to take part in the Wednesday night practice session
must call the track office at 609-758-1900 during business hours, to
register.

Rides in the A Team Motorsports two-seater race car will be available
during the practice session. A five-lap ride costs $75. To sign up
for the two-seater, please call the track office prior to Wednesday
night.


New Egypt Speedway Point Standings thru Sat. 8/5/06

MODIFIEDS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Jimmy Horton*(5) 740
2 Ryan Godown 628
3 Keith Hoffman 613
4 Frank Cozze* 602
5 Billy Pauch ** 595
6 Rick Grosso* 594
7 Tim Tanner Jr.** 590
8 Bucky Kell 574
9 Ron John Koczon 533
10 Brian Godown** 508
11 Billy Pauch Jr. 505
12 Tom Carberry 450
13 Rich Rutski 442
14 Mike Hendershot 419
15 Sam Martz 411
16 Scott VanGorder 384
17 John Keller 380
18 Dominick Buffalino* 322
19 John Miloszar 319
20 Joey Tinnes 305

SPORTSMAN
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Gary Butler 654
2 Mike Krachun* 610
3 Rich Scagliotta**** 576
4 Jack Swain** 575
5 Willie Osmun* 564
6 Mike Howardson 509
7 Chad Barney 502
8 John McClelland* 495
9 Tim Apgar 493
10 Billy Tanner IV * 482
11 John Romano Jr.** 468
12 Keith Plumstead 458
13 Glenn Hisko 447
14 Justin Hoffman 442
15 Mike Lyons** 440
16 Gene Stravinsky 429
17 Pat Wall 396
18 Glenn Pyatt 395
19 John Salvatore Jr. 382
20 John Stangle 378

SUPER STOCKS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 George Quinlan** 684
2 Al Cheney III* 683
3 Jake Roveda** 651
4 Billy Bauer 630
5 Jason Bubeck* 602
6 Bryan Reed* 576
7 Kory Fleming** 567
8 Spider Ensinger Jr.* 513
9 Larry Reed 500
10 Matt Kall 460
11 Mick Search 454
12 Ron Coverly 419
13 Pat Freiberger** 371
14 Kim Cooke* 347
15 Bob Vaccaro 317
16 Bill Liedtka 312
17 George Marrero 298
18 Kevin Bifulco 292
19 Tony Giglio 284
20 Don Shipley 259
Norm Saxton 259

Haldeman Ford DIRT S.S. Sprints
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Art Liedl*** 460
2 Kevin Nagy*** 416
3 John Snook* 384
4 Ian Borden 380
5 Craig Martin 366
6 Ed Hughes 361
7 Dale Gardner 342
8 Steve Wilson* 325
9 Dave Martin 294
10 Jimmy Hoelterling 245
11 Nick Bardsley 239
12 Frank Smith 234
13 Dan Wall 233
14 Tom Wyckoff 210
15 Glenn Sinibaldi 202
16 John Philkill 145
17 Garrett Luzi 140
18 Robert Liedl 139
19 Brian Nixon 136
20 Rick Cozze 120


Veterans Swain, Pauch On A Mission At New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ (August 5, 2006) -- A pair of veterans weren't to be
swayed from scoring their second victories of the season Saturday at
New Egypt Speedway, with Jack Swain of Pilesgrove, NJ, turning in a
picture-perfect performance to win the coveted Sportsman Winner's
Challenge, sponsored by Burnett Racing Engines, while Frenchtown,
NJ's Billy Pauch finally got the monkey off his back to take the win
in the Modified event.

"This T/K motor never missed a beat! (Engine builders) Mike and Ralph
Truppi came to the shop during the week, to make adjustments," the
exultant Swain crowed after inking his second of 2006 in the biggest
Sportsman race of the year. "We tried a new shock package tonight,
and I've got to thank Bobby Balaam for that. And, of course, (crew
chief) Dale Stewart. We got great results! It's a lot of fun racing
here. I'm surrounded by all good people."

The format for the Sportsman Winner's Challenge put all top-timing
non-winners up front in the 25-lap event, which awarded double
championship points and bonus bucks. Swain started fifth by luck of
the draw -- and made his presence known almost immediately, relieving
Dave Hunt of the lead on lap 10 after a heated bit of real
side-by-side racing. Once out front, Swain never relinquished
control, taking the title, the points, the winnings, the four-foot
trophy and a $250 bonus, courtesy of Burnett Racing Engines. It was
Swain's second of the year, the 14th of his career at New Egypt.
Hunt, in only his ninth appearance at the track, was a solid second
and pocketed the $250 bonus for the first non-winner across the line.
Pat Wall, Mike Krachun and current division points leader Gary Butler
trailed Swain and Hunt at the final flag.

After a frustrating four weeks of bum finishes, the track's all-time
winningest driver finally got back on track in the 30-lap Modified
main. Billy Pauch used the low line to grab the reins on lap 7 and
never, ever looked back -- enjoying a six-second lead over his
closest competitor at various points in the run. Although a spinning
Sam Martz gave Pauch a scare in traffic on lap 24 and 2001 track
champ Keith Hoffman came on like gangbusters in the final five, Pauch
was not to be denied his second of the year, his first since opening
day way back in April. Hoffman was second, current top point man
Jimmy Horton was third, with Ron John Koczon rocketing from 19th to
fourth. Billy Pauch Jr. was fifth.

"We needed a win like this," Pauch, 49, bottom-lined, then talked
about luck being a factor. "Sammy Martz clipped the inside rail and I
thought he was going to take me out. But someone was looking out for
me up there."

A pumped-up Bryan Reed, Howell, NJ, survived a caution-plagued Super
Stock feature to take his first-ever checker over Jason Bubeck and Al
Cheney III. Billy Bauer crossed the line fourth but was DQed when his
car failed to make minimum weight. That moved Matt Kall to fourth and
Kenny Guyer to fifth. George Quinlan, who finished 12th, still leads
the point standings.

John Snook of Bordentown, NJ, snatched his first of the year in the
Haldeman Ford SS Sprint class. Snook overtook leader Dan Wall in
lapped traffic with four laps remaining in the 15-lap fray, and
motored in for the win over current division points leader Art Liedl,
Wall, Ian Borden and Ed Hughes.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to Gene Stravinsky (Sportsman, 18.114),
Pat Freiberger (Super Stock, 19.536) and Dan Wall (SS Sprint, 17.201).

The track's first-ever Ugliest Car Contest was won by Frank Jones of
New Egypt.

Next Saturday, August 12, the popular URC Sprint Cars return to New
Egypt for the third time this year, sponsored by Kodiak Truck & Auto
Center. Big-block Mods, Sportsman and Super Stocks share the race
card. Gates open at 4 p.m. with first green at 6:30 p.m. Adult
admission is $20, children 7-12 are $6, and kids 6 and under are
free. For more information, call the speedway office at (609)
758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.

8/5/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.Rich Rutski 2.Joey Tinnes Jr. 3.Tom Carberry 4.Rick Grosso
5.Tad Cox 6.Keith Hoffman
Heat 2: 1.Sam Martz 2.Ryan Godown 3.Mike Hendershot 4.Tim Tanner Jr.
5.Billy Pauch Jr. 6.Dominick Buffalino
Heat 3: 1.Jimmy Horton 2.Billy Pauch 3.Scott VanGorder 4.Brian Godown
5.John Keller 6.Rick Holsten

Feature (30 laps): 1.Billy Pauch 2.Keith Hoffman 3.Jimmy Horton 4.Ron
John Koczon 5.Billy Pauch Jr. 6.Tad Cox 7.Scott VanGorder 8.Rick
Grosso 9.Mike Hendershot 10.Bucky Kell 11.Tim Tanner Jr. 12.Sam Martz
13.Ryan Godown 14.Rich Rutski 15.Tom Carberry 16.Rick Holsten 17.Joey
Tinnes Jr. 18.Brian Godown 19.Dominick Buffalino 20.Ken Carberry
21.John Keller 22.John Miloszar Jr. 23.Randy Laird 24.Jim Robertson
DNQ: Shawn Cook.

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Gene Stravinsky (18.114), 2.Gary Butler (18.123),
3.Art Liedl (18.198), 4.Glenn Hisko (18.213), 5.John Romano Jr.
(18.238), 6.Chad Barney (18.291), 7.Mike Lyons (18.335), 8.Pat Wall
(18.359), 9.Mike Krachun (18.371), 10.Jack Swain (18.399), 11.Billy
Tanner IV (18.409), 12.Willie Osmun (18.414), 13.Bryan Driver
(18.417), 14.Dave Hunt (18.423)

B Main 1: 1.E.J. Harrington 2.Bob Dmuchowski 3.Keith Fleming 4.Steve
Schmidt 5.Ben Donaruma (Pts. Prov.: John Stangle)
B Main 2: 1.Rich Scagliotta 2.Tim Apgar 3.John McClelland 4.Glenn
Pyatt 5.Bill Paulmenn
B Main 3: 1.Justin Hoffman 2.Mike Howardson 3.Keith Plumstead 4.Matt
Papiez 5.Brad Freeman

Feature (25 laps): 1.Jack Swain 2.Dave Hunt 3.Pat Wall 4.Mike Krachun
5.Gary Butler 6.Rich Scagliotta 7.Chad Barney 8.Art Liedl 9.John
Salvatore Jr. 10.Justin Hoffman 11.Tommy Carberry 12.Tim Apgar 13.Bob
Dmuchowski 14.Keith Plumstead 15.Billy Tanner IV 16.Steve Schmidt
17.Glenn Pyatt 18.Matt Papiez 19.Keith Fleming 20.Glenn Hisko 21.Mike
Howardson 22.John McClelland 23.Brad Freeman 24.Ben Donaruma
25.Willie Osmun 26.Bryan Driver 27.Gene Stravinsky 28.Mike Lyons
29.John Romano Jr. 30.John Stangle 31.E.J. Harrington DNS: Bill
Paulmenn
DNQ: Will Dupree, Mike Smith, John Bohadel, Robin McTighe, Jason
Dunn, Lou Farina III, Barry Christ, Steve Davis, Bill Lowden Jr., Rob
Nixon, Donnie Kline, Bob Hendershot, Everett Taylor, Steve Ramsey.

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Pat Freiberger (19.536), 2.Al Cheney III (19.642),
3.Kory Fleming (19.647), 4.Todd Cray (19.662), 5.Spider Ensinger Jr.
(19.693), 6.Jake Roveda (19.703), 7.Larry Reed (19.721), 8.George
Quinlan (19.728), 9.Kevin Bifulco (19.811), 10.Billy Bauer (19.847),
11.Jason Bubeck (19.878), 12.Bob Vaccaro (19.884), 13.Mick Search
(19.941), 14.Bryan Reed (19.944)

B Main: 1.Matt Kall 2.Pete Fogarty 3.Jason Saredy 4.Don Shipley
5.George Marrero 6.Kenny Guyer 7.Al Burdge 8.Tony Bozowski 9.Jerry
Ellingsworth 10.Allen Hurley (Pts. Prov.: None)

Feature (20 laps): 1.Bryan Reed 2.Jason Bubeck 3.Al Cheney III 4.Matt
Kall 5.Kenny Guyer 6.Jason Saredy 7.George Marrero 8.Don Shipley
9.Todd Cray 10.Jake Roveda 11.Bob Vaccaro 12.George Quinlan 13.Al
Burdge 14.Allen Hurley 15.Mick Search 16.Tony Bozowski 17.Spider
Ensinger Jr. 18.Kory Fleming 19.Larry Reed 20.Kevin Bifulco 21.Pat
Freiberger 22.Jerry Ellingsworth 23.Pete Fogarty DQ:Billy Bauer
DNQ: Ron Coverly, Charlie Gunner, Norm Saxton, Bill Liedtka.

SS SPRINT RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Dan Wall (17.201), 2.Art Liedl (17.214), 3.Kevin Nagy
(17.381), 4.Dale Gardner (17.408), 5.Ian Borden (17.510), 6.John
Snook (17.530)

Feature (15 laps): 1.John Snook 2.Art Liedl 3.Dan Wall 4.Ian Borden
5.Ed Hughes 6.Mark Bitner 7.Dale Gardner 8.Craig Martin 9.Rick Cozze
10.Jimmy Hoeltering 11.Robert Liedl 12.Glenn Sinibaldi 13.Nick
Bardsley 14.Frank Smith 15.Kevin Nagy 16.Steve Wilson 17.Dave Martin
DNS: Tom Wyckoff


This Saturday, August 5, at New Egypt Speedway....

This Saturday, August 5, at New Egypt Speedway -- the Sportsman cars
will star! Our featured special includes the annual Sportsman
Winner's Challenge, sponsored by Burnett Racing Engines, with bonus
bucks and double points on the line for the Sportsman boys! Add the
big-block Modifieds, Super Stocks and Haldeman Ford SS Sprints and
you've got one super night of high-speed racing action!

For the fans: Dust off that old street jalopy and bring it on down!
It's our first-ever Ugliest Car Contest -- and the winner will
receive a prestigious trophy and a cool NES gift pack! Just drive
your ugly-duckling street car to the track this Saturday, stop in the
main office to sign up, and we'll direct you to a designated parking
area. Judges will choose the top three ugliest entries, and we'll
bring those cars out onto the frontstretch, where fans will select a
winner by round of applause. Got an ugly-mobile? Bring it Saturday
and get in on the fun!

Gates open at 4 pm with first green flag at 6:30 pm. Come on out for
the Sportsman Challenge, Ugliest Car Contest and more at New Egypt
Speedway this Saturday!

AND DON'T FORGET OUR ONLY DIRT SERIES SPECIAL OF THE SEASON: DIRT's
traveling all-stars invade to take on New Egypt's top guns on
Wednesday, August 16, in the Advance Auto Parts Modified Super DIRT
Series Garden State Gunfight -- a 100-lap big-block Mod square-off
featuring the biggest names in the business!


New Egypt Speedway Points thru Sat. 7/29/06

MODIFIEDS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Jimmy Horton*(5) 688
2 Frank Cozze* 602
3 Ryan Godown 596
4 Keith Hoffman 557
5 Tim Tanner Jr.** 554
6 Rick Grosso* 552
7 Bucky Kell 536
8 Billy Pauch * 535
9 Ron John Koczon 483
Brian Godown** 483
11 Billy Pauch Jr. 457
12 Tom Carberry 422
13 Rich Rutski 412
14 Mike Hendershot 379
15 Sam Martz 377
16 John Keller 358
17 Scott VanGorder 340
18 John Miloszar 298
Dominick Buffalino* 298
20 Joey Tinnes 279

SPORTSMAN
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Gary Butler 558
2 Willie Osmun* 524
3 Mike Krachun* 510
4 Rich Scagliotta**** 484
5 Mike Howardson 465
6 Jack Swain* 455
7 John McClelland* 453
8 John Romano Jr.** 428
9 Billy Tanner IV * 426
10 Tim Apgar 425
11 Chad Barney 414
12 Glenn Hisko 401
13 Mike Lyons** 400
14 Keith Plumstead 398
15 Gene Stravinsky 389
16 Justin Hoffman 366
17 Glenn Pyatt 343
18 John Stangle 338
19 Lou Farina III 331
20 John Salvatore Jr. 302

SUPER STOCKS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 George Quinlan** 650
2 Al Cheney III* 631
3 Jake Roveda** 613
4 Billy Bauer 610
5 Jason Bubeck* 546
6 Kory Fleming** 542
7 Bryan Reed 516
8 Spider Ensinger Jr.* 487
9 Larry Reed 476
10 Mick Search 426
11 Ron Coverly 419
12 Matt Kall 410
13 Pat Freiberger** 349
14 Kim Cooke* 347
15 Bill Liedtka 312
16 Tony Giglio 284
17 Bob Vaccaro 281
18 Kevin Bifulco 269
19 Norm Saxton 259
20 George Marrero 254


Brian Godown Collects $5G New Egypt Tribute
Miller, Martin Split ARDC Twins


New Egypt, NJ (July 29, 2006) -- On a night where the winner's prize
monies were doubled in honor of an ill race fan, Frenchtown, NJ's
Brian Godown made it happen when it counted to collect a cool $5,000
for 30 laps' effort at New Egypt Speedway on Saturday, with Pennsy
travelers Michele Miller and Andy Martin splitting the two wingless
ARDC Midget events. The evening's program was sponsored by Century 21
B&R Realty and their affiliates and friends.

"I saw Billy (Pauch) jump out to the lead and I thought that was it.
Then Sammy (Martz) -- I don't know what happened to him. And I think
Jimmy (Horton) got by us but then he bobbled there," said Godown, 35,
who won his first Mod race at NES on May 13. About the $5Gs: "We'll
use it to rebuild this motor. We had a valve job and this engine was
leaking about 10 percent in each cylinder. We're just a little team,"
he explained. "We don't have what the other guys have in their cars.
I was just driving the lights out of this thing!"

It was a wild run for the money in the Modified main. Three-time
track champ Billy Pauch had the lead until his car abruptly lost
power on lap 11. Sammy Martz then picked up the point, looking strong
until he blasted into the fourth corner too hot on lap 22 and lost
the handle. That put Flyin' Brian on the pole -- with
big-man-on-campus Jimmy Horton, up from 12th and breathing on his
bumper. Godown, however, was up to the challenge. His younger brother
Ryan, the track's 2004 Superstars champion, came up to make his bid
at the end -- a real Godown Showdown for the fans. But it was Brian
at the line, good for his second win and five grand, over Ryan,
defending champ Frank Cozze, current points leader Horton and Keith
Hoffman.

The first of two ARDC Midget mains had a thriller finish, with Andy
Martin making a brazen slingshot move on leader Michele Miller on the
white-flag lap. Miller, 28, of Reading, PA, held him off to take her
second career win with the club. Martin, Doug Rose, Donnie Trent and
Billy Pauch Jr., picking up a ride in Doug Starrett's car, completed
the top five.

Martin, 26, ARDC's 2005 Rookie of the Year, redeemed himself in the
nightcap, taking his second of the year over a late-blooming Billy
Pauch Jr., Donnie Trent, Carey Becker and Doug Rose.

Billy Tanner IV, Newtown, PA, was the survivor in the caution-plagued
Sportsman race, retaking the lead from current division points leader
Gary Butler with two to go to score his first-ever victory, worth a
very nice $1,500. Butler, Mike Howardson, Rich Scagliotta and John
McClelland completed the top five.

Kory Fleming of Easton, PA, was a man on a mission in the 20-lap
Super Stock race, convincingly taking his second of the season and
the $1,000 top prize. Al Cheney III, current top point man in the
division George Quinlan, Larry Reed and Billy Bauer followed Fleming
across the stripe.

Friends of Mike, a close-knit group of race fans, doubled the
winner's share in the Modified, Sportsman and Super Stock classes on
this night, and awarded an additional $2,500 in racer bonuses
throughout the field, to honor their seriously ill friend, Mike Rogie
of Cookstown, NJ. Ironically, it was learned that Rogie succumbed to
cancer and passed away earlier in the afternoon.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to Rich Scagliotta (Sportsman, 17.964) and
Al Cheney III (Super Stock, 19.214).

Century 21 B&R Realty, along with their affiliates, showered the
grandstands with over 1,000 giveaways, and awarded great prizes to
winners of the track's annual Banner Night competition. On the
racers' end, Century 21 B&R Realty awarded a $100 bonus to 21st place
finishers in all three regular divisions.

Next Saturday at New Egypt Speedway, August 5, Burnett Racing Engines
presents the track's annual Sportsman Winner's Challenge, an
extra-distance race featuring bonus bucks, double points and a whole
bunch of twists in the format. Modifieds, Super Stocks and the
Haldeman Ford SS Sprints are also on the night's bill, plus fans can
enter their street vehicles in the track's first-ever ugliest car
contest. Gates open at 4 pm with first green at 6:30 pm. Adult
admission is $17, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and under are
free. For more information, call the speedway office at (609)
758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.

7/29/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.Sam Martz 2.Mike Hendershot 3.Keith Hoffman 4.Billy Pauch
Jr. 5.Tom Carberry 6.Dennis Halas
Heat 2: 1.Brian Godown 2.Ron John Koczon 3.Ryan Godown 4.Rick Grosso
5.Frank Cozze 6.Scott VanGorder
Heat 3: 1.Billy Pauch 2.Jimmy Horton 3.Tim Tanner Jr. 4.Ken Carberry
5.Rick Holsten 6.Bucky Kell
B Main: 1.Tad Cox 2.Dominick Buffalino 3.John Miloszar Jr. 4.Rich
Rutski 5.Joey Tinnes Jr. 6.Jim Robertson (Pts. Prov.: None)

Feature (30 laps): 1.Brian Godown 2.Ryan Godown 3.Frank Cozze 4.Jimmy
Horton 5.Keith Hoffman 6.Billy Pauch Jr. 7.Tom Carberry 8.Bucky Kell
9.Ron John Koczon 10.Mike Hendershot 11.Tad Cox 12.Tim Tanner Jr.
13.Rick Grosso 14.Sam Martz 15.Rich Rutski 16.Rick Holsten 17.Joey
Tinnes Jr. 18.Dennis Halas 19.Scott VanGorder 20.Dominick Buffalino
21.John Miloszar Jr. 22.Jim Robertson 23.Billy Pauch 24.Ken Carberry
DNQ: Shawn Cook, John Keller.

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Rich Scagliotta (17.964), 2.Justin Hoffman (18.009),
3.Pat Wall (18.013), 4.John Romano Jr. (18.104), 5.Mike Krachun
(18.117), 6.Gary Butler (18.140), 7.John Stangle (18.193), 8.Billy
Tanner IV (18.195), 9.Willie Osmun (18.217), 10.Chad Barney (18.220),
11.Glenn Hisko (18.297), 12.Jack Swain (18.297), 13.Mike Mongiello
(18.315), 14.Gene Stravinsky (18.332)
B Main 1: 1.Mike Howardson 2.Matt Papiez 3.Tim Apgar 4.Barry Christ
5.Kenny Hammond (Pts. Prov.: Mike Lyons)
B Main 2: 1.Lou Farina III 2.John McClelland 3.Ben Donaruma 4.Steve
Davis 5.Robin McTighe
B Main 3: 1.E.J. Harrington 2.Keith Plumstead 3.Kenny VanDerveer
4.John Salvatore Jr. 5.Glenn Pyatt

Feature (20 laps): 1.Billy Tanner IV 2.Gary Butler 3.Mike Howardson
4.Rich Scagliotta 5.John McClelland 6.Mike Krachun 7.E.J. Harrington
8.Tim Apgar 9.Willie Osmun 10.John Salvatore Jr. 11.John Stangle
12.Matt Papiez 13.Gene Stravinsky 14.Pat Wall 15.Barry Christ
16.Tommy Carberry 17.Justin Hoffman 18.Mike Lyons 19.Glenn Pyatt
20.Steve Davis 21.Mike Mongiello 22.Robin McTighe 23.John Romano Jr.
24.Lou Farina III 25.Ben Donaruma 26.Kenny VanDerveer 27.Glenn Hisko
28.Jack Swain 29.Chad Barney 30.Keith Plumstead DNS:Kenny Hammond
DNQ: Mike Smith, Bob Hendershot, John Marini Jr., Steve Schmidt, Dave
Hunt, Steve Ramsey, Keith Fleming, Rob Nixon, Will Dupree, Everett
Taylor.

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Al Cheney III (19.214), 2.Kory Fleming (19.376),
3.Jake Roveda (19.477), 4.Billy Bauer (19.488), 5.Mick Search
(19.546), 6.Spider Ensinger Jr. (19.605), 7.Larry Reed (19.614),
8.Kevin Bifulco (19.622), 9.Bryan Reed (19.654), 10.Jason Bubeck
(19.683), 11.George Quinlan (19.686), 12.Todd Cray (19.857), 13.Tony
Giglio (19.888), 14.Pete Fogarty (19.949)
B Main: 1.Matt Kall 2.Ron Coverly 3.Bob Vaccaro 4.Tim Horner 5.Don
Shipley 6.George Marrero 7.Al Burdge 8.Tony Bozowski 9.Jerry
Ellingsworth 10.Allen Hurley (Pts. Prov.: None)

Feature (20 laps): 1.Kory Fleming 2.Al Cheney III 3.George Quinlan
4.Larry Reed 5.Billy Bauer 6.Jake Roveda 7.Todd Cray 8.Jason Bubeck
9.Bryan Reed 10.Matt Kall 11.Ron Coverly 12.Mick Search 13.George
Marrero 14.Don Shipley 15.Bob Vaccaro 16.Al Burdge 17.Tony Bozowski
18.Allen Hurley 19.Spider Ensinger Jr. 20.Kevin Bifulco 21.Tim Horner
22.Jerry Ellingsworth 23.Tony Giglio 24.Pete Fogarty
DNQ: Greg Schmidt, Charlie Gunner, Jason Saredy, Bill Liedtka, Dennis
Seely Jr.

ARDC MIDGET RESULTS
Feature 1 (20 laps): 1.Michele Miller 2.Andy Martin 3.Doug Rose
4.Donnie Trent 5.Billy Pauch Jr. 6.Ray Bull 7.P.J. Gargiulo 8.Eric
Heydenreich 9.Steve Lenig 10.Ed Stimely Jr. 11.Carey Becker 12.Jeff
Schnell 13.Tracy Readinger 14.Frank Polimeda 15.Paul kline
16.A.J.Ernesto 17.Steve Craig 18.Chris Zrinski 19.Kathy Kurtz
20.Scott Zipp 21.Mike Miller 22.Dave Shirk 23.Bobby Goerner 24.Ted
Schmid

Feature 2 (20 laps): 1.Andy Martin 2.Billy Pauch Jr. 3.Donnie Trent
4.Carey Becker 5.Doug Rose 6.Ed Stimely Jr. 7.Eric Heydenreich
8.Steve Lenig 9.P.J. Gargiulo 10.Tracy Readinger 11.Michele Miller
12.Steve Craig 13.Jeff Schnell 14.Paul Kline 15.A.J. Ernesto 16.Dave
Shirk 17.Frank Polimeda 18.Chris Zrinski 19.Kathy Kurtz 20.Ray Bull
21.Scott Zipp 22.Mike Miller 23.Ted Schmid DNS:Bobby Goerner


Storms Sink New Egypt, ARDC Midgets Next Week

New Egypt, NJ (July 22, 2006) -- After a rainy night, and with
forecasters calling for damaging thunderstorms throughout the day,
New Egypt Speedway management made the decision to cancel Saturday
night's scheduled racing program. The cancellation marked the fifth
rain-out this year at the Ocean County dirt track.

"With such severe weather in the forecast, we didn't want everyone to
be dodging the bullets all day today," said speedway owner Rick
Grosso Sr. "Next week, we'll come back with a terrific show, with the
Midgets and special bonus events for all our regular classes."

Banner Night, presented by Century 21 B&R Realty and originally on
the July 22 race card, will be rescheduled to next Saturday, July 29.
Courtesy of Century 21 B&R Realty, First Heritage Title Agency, Ivy
Mortgage and Andrew Sadley Electrical Contractors, there'll be some
great prizes for fans who create the best banners supporting their
favorite drivers -- including a 20-inch flat-screen TV with DVD for
the winner of the adult competition and a Nintendo DS Lite with Super
Mario Brothers game for the winner in the children's category.

The July 29 racing program is a bona fide blockbuster, featuring New
Egypt's big-block Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks, plus the only
appearance all year of the traveling ARDC Midgets, who'll be running
all-out and wingless to thrill the fans.

And that's not all: NES Modifieds, Sportsman and Super Stocks will
all be running for twice the winner's prize money next week, as
Friends of Mike, a group of close-knit race fans, will be honoring
their seriously ill friend by dedicating the night's racing to him
and doubling the top prize in those three divisions.

Mike Rogie, 38, of nearby Cookstown, NJ, has been a long-time race
fan and supporter of New Egypt Speedway. Rogie was diagnosed with
lung cancer this past winter; since then, the disease has spread to
his brain and throughout his body.

"But this isn't about cancer. The event is not a cancer fundraiser,"
clarified Danny Serrano, key organizer of the Friends of Mike group.
"It will be a celebration of Mike's life as a diehard race fan. And
it's a way for us to give back to all the drivers who gave him so
much pleasure all these years, on Mike's behalf."

As such, next week the Modified feature winner will collect $5,000
for 30 laps' work, while the Sportsman race will pay $1,500 to win,
and the Super Stock top prize will be $1,000, in Mike Rogie's honor.

Gates open at 4 pm on July 29, with first green at 6:30 pm. Adult
admission is $18, children 7-12 are $6, and kids 6 and under are
free.

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539, just minutes from Six
Flags Great Adventure and the NJ Turnpike. For more information, call
the track at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


This Saturday, July 22, at New Egypt Speedway....

This Saturday, July 22, at New Egypt Speedway -- Century 21 B&R
Realty presents Banner Night, with great prizes for kids and adults
who create the best fan banners! Big-block Modifieds, Sportsman,
Super Stocks and SS Sprints lead the race card, which starts at 6:30
pm. Gates open at 4 pm. So get out the paints and crayons, create a
banner promoting your favorite driver -- you could win big prizes on
Century 21's Banner Night this Saturday! Only at New Egypt Speedway!


Friends of Mike Double New Egypt Winners' Purse

New Egypt, NJ (July 17, 2006) -- A close-knit group of race fans are
planning to honor their seriously ill friend by dedicating a night of
racing to him at New Egypt Speedway and doubling the winner's share
of the purse in four divisions.

Mike Rogie, 38, a long-time race fan and steadfast supporter of New
Egypt Speedway, was diagnosed with lung cancer this past winter.
Since then, the disease has spread to his brain and throughout his
body.

"Mike is not a quitter by any means, but this is one thing that
cannot be beaten," admitted Danny Serrano, who helped to organize the
bonus event. "I wish we could get Mike to the track for just one more
race, but that is not going to be possible at this point in time."

In Mike Rogie's honor, the Friends of Mike plan to double the
winner's prize money in New Egypt's regular four divisions. On
Saturday, July 29, the scheduled 30-lap Modified feature will pay
$5,000 to win, with the winner's take in the Sportsman class doubling
to $1,500, and the Super Stock winner collecting $1,000 for his
efforts. As the touring ARDC Midgets will be replacing New Egypt's SS
Sprint division on July 29, the Haldeman Ford SS Sprint class will
race for double the money -- $1,000 -- on a later date, to be
announced.

Friends of Mike will be out in force to honor their good buddy on
Saturday, July 29, when New Egypt Speedway presents Midget Madness,
featuring the sole 2006 appearance of the wingless ARDC Midgets.
Big-block Modifieds, Sportsman and Super Stocks complete the race
program, all racing for twice the winner's share of the regular purse.

Gates open at 4 pm on Saturday, July 29, with first green at 6:30 pm.
Adult admission is $18, children 7-12 are $6, and kids 6 and under
are free.

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539, just minutes from Six
Flags Great Adventure and the NJ Turnpike. For further details, call
the track office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to
www.newegyptspeedway.net.


New Egypt Speedway Point Standings thru Sat. 7/15.

MODIFIEDS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Jimmy Horton*(5) 638
2 Frank Cozze* 550
3 Ryan Godown 540
4 Rick Grosso* 520
Tim Tanner Jr.** 520
6 Billy Pauch * 515
7 Keith Hoffman 509
8 Bucky Kell 494
9 Ron John Koczon 443
10 Brian Godown* 423
11 Billy Pauch Jr. 411
12 Rich Rutski 384
13 Tom Carberry 378
14 John Keller 358
15 Sam Martz 347
16 Mike Hendershot 341
17 Scott VanGorder 316
18 John Miloszar 276
19 Dominick Buffalino* 275
20 Joey Tinnes 253

SPORTSMAN
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Gary Butler 502
2 Willie Osmun* 484
3 Mike Krachun* 464
4 Jack Swain* 435
5 Rich Scagliotta**** 434
6 Mike Howardson 413
7 John Romano Jr.** 408
8 John McClelland* 405
9 Chad Barney 394
10 Tim Apgar 383
11 Glenn Hisko 381
12 Keith Plumstead 378
13 Mike Lyons** 375
14 Billy Tanner IV 366
15 Gene Stravinsky 357
16 Justin Hoffman 340
17 Glenn Pyatt 319
18 Lou Farina III 311
19 John Stangle 302
20 John Salvatore Jr. 264

SUPER STOCKS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 George Quinlan** 598
2 Al Cheney III* 575
3 Jake Roveda** 567
4 Billy Bauer 562
5 Jason Bubeck* 504
6 Kory Fleming* 482
7 Bryan Reed 476
8 Spider Ensinger Jr.* 463
9 Larry Reed 426
10 Mick Search 392
11 Ron Coverly 383
12 Matt Kall 372
13 Pat Freiberger** 349
14 Kim Cooke* 347
15 Bill Liedtka 312
16 Tony Giglio 264
17 Norm Saxton 259
18 Bob Vaccaro 253
19 Kevin Bifulco 246
20 George Marrero 222


Tanner And Gollub In New Egypt Victory Lane

New Egypt, NJ (July 15, 2006) -- A pair of Pennsy pilots -- Modified
driver Tim Tanner Jr. of Doylestown in the Modified ranks and Gary
Gollub of Mohnton in the touring URC Sprint class -- flew into the
winner's circle at New Egypt Speedway on Saturday, sweeping to their
respective feature wins during a program sponsored by Opdyke Lumber.

"I've been hoping to get two in one year," said Tanner, 31, who won
at NES on May 20. Prior to 2006, he'd recorded five single wins in
five different seasons. His secret tonight? "Billy Pauch told me
years ago that you've got to drive it into every corner like it's the
last corner. I didn't forget that. Pauch gave me a wake-up call when
he passed me out there -- and then it was 'on.'"

Tanner, Sam Martz and three-time track champion Billy Pauch raced
tight and torrid in the beginning of the 30-lap Mod main, with both
Martz and Tanner swapping the top spot until the savvy Pauch really
got going. On lap 15, Pauch blew around Martz, then zeroed in on
Tanner, taking the lead two laps later in one of his patented
fence-hugging power slides. But it didn't last long: on lap 20, Pauch
rode over the cushion and was forced to limp his car into the pits.
Bucky Kell, Billy Pauch Jr. and defending champ Frank Cozze tried to
make it a race at the end, but Tanner held sway, bringing it home for
his second of the season. Kell, a fast-closing Cozze, Pauch Jr. and
Martz completed the top five. Jimmy Horton, who finished sixth, still
leads the championship points chase.

It was an equally satisfying night for veteran racer Gary Gollub, 57,
who hustled to his first win in four years in the companion URC
Sprint event. A two-time URC champion in the 1970s, Gollub looked
like a youngster on the track, surviving an early flurry of yellow
flags and then a last-ditch challenge by Junior Martin to score the
long-awaited return to the victory circle. Martin was second, with
Mares Stellfox third, Brook Weibley fourth and Jamie Bodo fifth. The
25-lap event began with a scary double flip on the frontsretch,
involving Greg Coverdale and Bill Brian Jr. Neither driver was
injured.

"I was starting to lose faith in myself," Gollub admitted. "The wins
certainly don't come as quick as they used to. But I have fun doing
it, so why give it up?"

Mike Lyons, Monroe Twp., NJ, finally solved his ongoing engine woes
and triumphantly returned to victory lane in the Sportsman fray,
scoring his second of the year over current division points leader
Gary Butler, last week's winner John Romano Jr., Jack Swain and
Willie Osmun.

New Egypt's own Jake Roveda also inked his second of 2006, leading
pole to pole in the 15-lap Super Stock race. Todd Cray, Mick Search,
Kory Fleming and Roveda's teammate Larry Reed trailed the winner at
the final flags. George Quinlan, who finished ninth, continues to sit
atop the division point standings.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to Rich Scagliotta (Sportsman, 18.308) and
Pat Freiberger (Super Stock, 19.352)

Next Saturday, July 22, Century 21 B&R Realty presents Banner Night
at New Egypt Speedway, with great prizes for kids and adults who
create the best fan banners. Big-block Modifieds, Sportsman, Super
Stocks and SS Sprints lead the card. Gates open at 4 pm, with first
green at 6:30 pm. Adult admission is $16, children 7-12 are $5, and
kids 6 and under are free. For more information, call the speedway
office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.

7/15/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.John Miloszar Jr. 2.Sam Martz 3.Ken Carberry 4.Bucky Kell
5.Rich Rutski 6.Jimmy Horton
Heat 2: 1.Ryan Godown 2.Tim Tanner Jr. 3.Billy Pauch Jr. 4.John
Keller 5.Joey Tinnes Jr. 6.Rick Grosso
Heat 3: 1.Brian Godown 2.Scott VanGorder 3.Ron John Koczon 4.Billy
Pauch 5.Keith Hoffman 6.Tad Cox
B Main: 1.Dominick Buffalino 2.Tom Carberry 3.Gary Hager 4.Jim
Robertson 5.Frank Cozze 6.Jack Amundsen (Pts. Prov.: Mike Hendershot )

Feature (30 laps): 1.Tim Tanner Jr. 2.Bucky Kell 3.Frank Cozze
4.Billy Pauch Jr. 5.Sam Martz 6.Jimmy Horton 7.Ron John Koczon
8.Keith Hoffman 9.Scott VanGorder 10.Gary Hager 11.Ken Carberry
12.Tad Cox 13.Brian Godown 14.John Keller 15.Dominick Buffalino
16.Joey Tinnes Jr. 17.Rick Grosso 18.Billy Pauch 19.Jack Amundsen
20.Ryan Godown 21.Jim Robertson 22.Rich Rutski 23.Tom Carberry
24.Mike Hendershot 25.John Miloszar Jr.
DNQ: Jimmy Horton IV, Doug Stepanchuk, Anthony Moran.

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Time Trials (Top 14 Qualify): 1.Rich Scagliotta (18.308), 2.John
Romano Jr. (18.37), 3.Glenn Hisko (18.429), 4.Gary Butler (18.436),
5.Jack Swain (18.443), 6.Mike Krachun (18.446), 7.Willie Osmun
(18.458), 8.Gene Stravinsky (18.49), 9.Justin Hoffman (18.524),
10.Chad Barney (18.556), 11.Pat Wall (18.562), 12.Tim Apgar (18.58),
13.Mike Lyons (18.599), 14.Keith Plumstead (18.618)
B Main 1: 1.John McClelland 2.Billy Tanner IV 3.Dave Hunt 4.Mike
Howardson 5.Lou Farina III (Pts. Prov.:None )
B Main 2: 1.Keith Fleming 2.Rick Beavers 3.Glenn Pyatt 4.Will Dupree
5.Jimmy Spence
B Main 3: 1.John Stangle 2.E.J. Harrington 3.Ebby Ridge 4.John
Salvatore Jr. 5.Steve Schmidt

Feature (15 laps): 1.Mike Lyons 2.Gary Butler 3.John Romano Jr.
4.Jack Swain 5.Willie Osmun 6.Glenn Hisko 7.Keith Plumstead 8.Billy
Tanner IV 9.Chad Barney 10.John McClelland 11.Mike Krachun 12.Rich
Scagliotta 13.Tim Apgar 14.Mike Howardson 15.Justin Hoffman 16.John
Stangle 17.John Salvatore Jr. 18.Gene Stravinsky 19.Lou Farina III
20.Rick Beavers 21.Glenn Pyatt 22.Keith Fleming 23.Dave Hunt 24.Will
Dupree 25.Steve Schmidt 26.E.J. Harrington 27.Jimmy Spence 28.Pat
Wall 29.Ebby Ridge
DNQ: Tommy Carberry, Mike Mongiello, Mike Taylor, Chris Lane, Tony
Pietrofitta, Bobby Dmuchowski, Robin McTighe, Rob Nixon, Clay Butler,
Jason Dunn, J.J. Marini Jr., Bob Hendershot, Everett Taylor.

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
Time Trials(Top 14 Qualify): 1.Pat Freiberger (19.352), 2.George
Quinlan (19.527), 3.Al Cheney III (19.615), 4.Kory Fleming (19.682),
5.Larry Reed (19.949), 6.Jason Bubeck (19.975), 7.Billy Bauer
(19.989), 8.Jake Roveda (19.997), 9.Todd Cray (20.021), 10.Kevin
Bifulco (20.056), 11.Mick Search (20.068), 12.Bryan Reed (20.125),
13.Spider Ensinger Jr. (20.199), 14.Bob Vaccaro (20.405)
Feature (15 laps): 1.Jake Roveda 2.Todd Cray 3.Mick Search 4.Kory
Fleming 5.Larry Reed 6.Billy Bauer 7.Pat Freiberger 8.Bob Vaccaro
9.George Quinlan 10.Bryan Reed 11.Spider Ensinger Jr. 12.Jason Bubeck
13.Matt Kall 14.Ron Coverly 15.Tony Giglio 16.George Marrero 17.Don
Shipley 18.Al Burdge 19.Kevin Bifulco 20.Charlie Spencer 21.Bill
Liedtka 22.Al Cheney III 23.Charlie Gunner 24.Jason Saredy

URC SPRINT RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.Gary Gollub 2.Robbie Stillwagon 3.Tim Hogue 4.Todd
Rittenhouse Jr 5.Kramer Williamson 6.Greg Coverdale
Heat 2: 1.Junior Martin 2.Midge Miller 3.Brook Weibley 4.Kevin Welsh
5.Jimmy Stitzel 6.Dave Betts
Heat 3: 1.Jamie Bodo 2.Mares Stellfox 3.Bill Brian Jr. 4.Davey
Sammons 5.Dave Ely 6.Brian Seidel
B Main: 1.Curt Michael 2.Mark Bitner 3.Randy West 4.Jon Eldreth
5.Brooke Bowman 6.Ed Aikin (Prov.: Sean Michael)

Feature (25 laps): 1.Gary Gollub 2.Junior Martin 3.Mares Stellfox
4.Brook Weibley 5.Jamie Bodo 6.Kevin Welsh 7.Dave Ely 8.Tim Hogue
9.Kramer Williamson 10.Brooke Bowman 11.Mark Bitner 12.Sean Michael
13.Greg Coverdale 14.Ed Aikin 15.Jon Eldreth 16.Robbie Stillwagon
17.Todd Rittenhouse Jr. 18.Randy West 19.Midge Miller 20.Jimmy
Stitzel 21.Davey Sammons 22.Bill Brian Jr. 23.Dave Betts 24.Brian
Seidel 25.Curt Michael
DNQ: Dave McGough, Mike Haggenbottom, Joe Zuczek, Scott McClaren,
Johnny Zimmerman, Will Urkuski, Jason Clauss, Scott Purcell.


NST Event Off NES Schedule

The necessity to postpone ticket sales after the untimely death of
National Sprint Tour promoter Fred Brownfield on June 16, and the
uncertainty of the Brownfield family's involvement in the series
following the tragedy, has led New Egypt Speedway management to
cancel their NST event, scheduled for Tuesday, August 1.

New Egypt Speedway promoters and the new owners of the National
Sprint Tour have agreed to reschedule the event in 2007.

All those who purchased advance tickets for New Egypt's August 1 show
will receive a full refund. Call the track office at (609) 758-1900
for refund procedures.


This Saturday, July 15 -- it's Wing Night at New Egypt Speedway!

This Saturday, July 15 -- it's Wing Night at New Egypt Speedway! The
second 2006 appearance of the popular URC Sprint Cars, sponsored by
Opdyke Lumber! PLUS! Big-block Modifieds, Sportsman and Super Stocks
will all be in action! A jam-packed four-division program!

As always, expect tons of great giveaways for the grandstand crowd,
and our nationally-recognized Kids' Club program will be in action!

Gates open at 4 pm this Saturday with first green at 6:30 pm. Adult
admission is $20, children 7-12 are $6, and kids 6 and under are
always free.

Don't miss the URC Sprinters, this Saturday at New Egypt!


New Egypt Speedway Points thru Sat. 7/8/06

MODIFIEDS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Jimmy Horton*(5) 592
2 Ryan Godown 517
3 Frank Cozze* 498
4 Rick Grosso* 494
5 Billy Pauch * 490
6 Keith Hoffman 467
7 Tim Tanner Jr.* 460
8 Bucky Kell 438
9 Ron John Koczon 399
10 Brian Godown* 391
11 Rich Rutski 363
12 Billy Pauch Jr. 361
13 Tom Carberry 358
14 John Keller 328
15 Mike Hendershot 321
16 Sam Martz 299
17 Scott VanGorder 276
18 John Miloszar 256
19 Dominick Buffalino* 247
20 Joey Tinnes 226

SPORTSMAN
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Gary Butler 446
2 Willie Osmun* 436
3 Mike Krachun* 428
4 Rich Scagliotta**** 400
5 Jack Swain* 385
6 Mike Howardson 383
7 John McClelland* 367
8 John Romano Jr.** 356
9 Chad Barney 354
10 Tim Apgar 351
11 Glenn Hisko 335
12 Keith Plumstead 334
13 Gene Stravinsky 332
14 Billy Tanner IV 324
15 Mike Lyons* 315
16 Justin Hoffman 312
17 Glenn Pyatt 297
18 Lou Farina III 287
19 John Stangle 275
20 Pat Wall 242

SUPER STOCKS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 George Quinlan** 558
2 Al Cheney III* 554
3 Billy Bauer 516
4 Jake Roveda* 507
5 Jason Bubeck* 470
6 Bryan Reed 438
7 Kory Fleming* 432
8 Spider Ensinger Jr.* 427
9 Larry Reed 378
10 Ron Coverly 353
11 Kim Cooke* 347
12 Matt Kall 340
Mick Search 340
14 Pat Freiberger** 305
15 Bill Liedtka 290
16 Norm Saxton 259
17 Tony Giglio 236
18 Kevin Bifulco 222
19 Bob Vaccaro 211
20 Heath Metzger 200

Haldeman Ford DIRT S.S. Sprints
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Art Liedl*** 404
2 Kevin Nagy*** 388
3 Ian Borden 330
4 Craig Martin 324
John Snook 324
6 Ed Hughes 313
7 Steve Wilson* 298
Dale Gardner 298
9 Dave Martin 268
10 Tom Wyckoff 210
11 Nick Bardsley 207
Jimmy Hoelterling 207
13 Frank Smith 204
14 Dan Wall 181
15 Glenn Sinibaldi 168
16 John Philkill 145
17 Garrett Luzi 140
18 Brian Nixon 136
19 Robert Liedl 103
20 Rick Cozze 80


It's Jolly St. Rick At New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ (July 8, 2006) -- With bells jingling and Santa himself
rockin' down at New Egypt Speedway, Belle Mead, NJ's Rick Grosso
frosted the Modified field on Saturday night, winning his first of
the year as a gift to his six-year-old son, during Christmas in July
festivities sponsored by Advantage Financial Mortgage Bankers.

"My son (Brandon) told me on the way home last night (after racing
Quarter Midgets at Atco) -- 'Daddy, I've got two wins in a row, and
you've got none!' I had to do it for him tonight," said Grosso, 37,
as he accepted congratulations from teammate Jimmy Horton in victory
lane. With Horton's wins added in, the Grosso team counts six NES
scores on the season. "Mark (Blackwell) has this car dialed in; and
with Tony Feil power under the hood, this thing is unbelievable."

Sam Martz was a man on a mission in the early going of the 30-lap
Modified main event, until his mount failed him 11 laps in. On the
ensuing restart, Grosso -- who started 13th -- ultimately made the
move that made his night, sweeping from fifth to third in one fluid
motion. Two laps later he was second; Grosso's #R24 then got a
tremendous bite off turn 2 to power into the lead on lap 17.
Defending Modified champion Frank Cozze mustered up a valid bid in
the late going, almost coming within striking distance in the final
two. But it was all Rick Grosso and the checkered, in for his first
of the year, the third of his career. Cozze was second, with Ryan
Godown finishing third and Grosso teammate and current points leader
Jimmy Horton rallying from 22nd to take fourth. John Keller was fifth.

John Romano Jr. of New Egypt outclassed the field to win his second
of the year in the Sportsman 20. Fast-timer Mike Krachun, Gene
Stravinsky, Jack Swain and Billy Tanner IV followed the winner over
the line. Gary Butler, who finished ninth, continues to sit atop the
point standings.

It took a while to get going, but when it did, the 20-lap Super Stock
match was Pat Freiberger's, his second of 2006. Kory Fleming was the
heartbreak kid, as his car broke while he was position to challenge
for the lead. At the finish, Freiberger was the man, with current top
point-getter George Quinlan, Mick Search, Al Cheney III and Billy
Bauer in tow.

When wire-to-wire winner Steve Wilson was found light at the scales
and DQed, Kevin Nagy of East Brunswick, NJ, picked up the victory in
the Haldeman Ford SS Sprint class, his third of the year. Division
points leader Art Liedl, Ian Borden, John Snook and Dan Wall took the
next four spots.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to Mike Krachun (Sportsman, 18.243), Al
Cheney III (Super Stock, 19.614) and Kevin Nagy (SS Sprint, 17.245).

Primed by the generosity of Advantage Financial President Gene
Stravinsky, fans donated a record-breaking $6,625 in cash and more
than 3,975 toys to the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots drive in a
wildly successful Christmas in July fundraiser. In return, Stravinsky
gave away more than $10,000 worth of big-ticket prizes -- including
TVs, iPods, DVD and CD players, bicycles, stereo systems, and more --
to fans who supported the toy drive. Santa and his elf were on site
to issue the Christmas bounty, with the U.S. Marine Corps assisting.

Next Saturday, July 15, it's Wing Night at New Egypt Speedway,
sponsored by Opdyke Lumber. The popular URC Sprint Cars lead the
bill, which also features the big-block Modifieds, Sportsman and
Super Stocks. Gates open at 4 pm, with first green at 6:30 pm. Adult
admission is $20, children 7-12 are $6, and kids 6 and under are
free. For more information, call the speedway office at (609)
758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.

7/8/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.John Miloszar Jr. 2.Tim Tanner Jr. 3.Frank Cozze 4.Brian
Godown 5.Keith Hoffman 6.Rick Grosso
Heat 2: 1.Joey Tinnes Jr. 2.Billy Pauch Jr. 3.Ron John Koczon 4.Mike
Hendershot 5.Tad Cox 6.Tom Carberry
Heat 3: 1.Sam Martz 2.Ryan Godown 3.Billy Pauch 4.John Keller 5.Ken
Carberry 6.Bucky Kell
B Main: 1.Dominick Buffalino 2.Rich Rutski 3.Scott VanGorder 4.Jimmy
Horton 5.Jim Robertson 6.Rick Holsten (Pts. Prov.:None )

Feature (30 laps): 1.Rick Grosso 2.Frank Cozze 3.Ryan Godown 4.Jimmy
Horton 5.John Keller 6.Bucky Kell 7.Keith Hoffman 8.Tim Tanner Jr.
9.Billy Pauch 10.Mike Hendershot 11.Tom Carberry 12.John Miloszar Jr.
13.Brian Godown 14.Ron John Koczon 15.Billy Pauch Jr. 16.Tad Cox
17.Rick Holsten 18.Joey Tinnes Jr. 19.Dominick Buffalino 20.Rich
Rutski 21.Jim Robertson 22.Scott VanGorder 23.Sam Martz 24.Ken
Carberry
DNQ: Doug Stepanchuk

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Mike Krachun (18.243), 2.Rich Scagliotta (18.311),
3.Mike Howardson (18.326), 4.Gary Butler (18.434), 5.Jack Swain
(18.435), 6.John Romano Jr. (18.445), 7.Bob Dmuchowski (18.466),
8.Gene Stravinsky (18.536), 9.John Stangle (18.539), 10.Pat Wall
(18.564), 11.Keith Fleming (18.568), 12.Ben Donaruma (18.613),
13.Billy Tanner IV (18.621), 14.Chad Barney (18.672)

B Main 1: 1.John McClelland 2.Justin Hoffman 3.Tim Apgar 4.Glenn
Hisko 5.Mike Smith (Pts. Prov.:None )
B Main 2: 1.Mike Lyons 2.Willie Osmun 3.Dave Hunt 4.Glenn Pyatt
5.John Salvatore Jr.
B Main 3: 1.Keith Plumstead 2.Brad Freeman 3.Lou Farina III 4.Bryan
Driver 5.Darrell Delnero

Feature (20 laps): 1.John Romano Jr. 2.Mike Krachun 3.Gene Stravinsky
4.Jack Swain 5.Billy Tanner IV 6.Willie Osmun 7.Keith Fleming 8.John
McClelland 9.Gary Butler 10.Keith Plumstead 11.Justin Hoffman
12.Glenn Hisko 13.Dave Hunt 14.Glenn Pyatt 15.Lou Farina III 16.Rich
Scagliotta 17.Chad Barney 18.Tim Apgar 19.Bryan Driver 20.Mike
Howardson 21.Darrell Delnero 22.Brad Freeman 23.Bob Dmuchowski
24.Mike Smith 25.Ben Donaruma 26.Bob Hendershot 27.John Salvatore Jr.
28.John Stangle 29.Mike Lyons DNS: Pat Wall
DNQ: Bob Hendershot, Marc Herman, John Marini Jr., Mike Mongiello,
Will Dupree, Steve Schmidt, Robin McTighe, Chris Grbac, Rob Nixon,
Everett Taylor, Steve Davis, Chris Lane

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Al Cheney III (19.614), 2.Kory Fleming (19.639), 3.Pat
Freiberger (19.698), 4.Jake Roveda (19.709), 5.Mick Search (19.887),
6.Bryan Reed (19.921), 7.George Quinlan (19.935), 8.Todd Cray
(19.991), 9.Jason Bubeck (20.136), 10.Spider Ensinger Jr. (20.253),
11.Bob Vaccaro (20.352), 12.Ron Coverly (20.414), 13.Kevin Bifulco
(20.458), 14.Tony Giglio (20.500)

B Main: 1.Billy Bauer 2.Matt Kall 3.Kenny Guyer 4.George Marrero 5.Al
Burdge 6.Bill Liedtka 7.Larry Reed 8.Don Shipley 9.Charlie Spencer
10.Allen Hurley (Pts. Prov.:None )

Feature (20 laps): 1.Pat Freiberger 2.George Quinlan 3.Mick Search
4.Al Cheney III 5.Billy Bauer 6.Jason Bubeck 7.Jake Roveda 8.Larry
Reed 9.Spider Ensinger Jr. 10.Tony Giglio 11.Kenny Guyer 12.Todd Cray
13.Bill Liedtka 14.George Marrero 15.Matt Kall 16.Kory Fleming 17.Don
Shipley 18.Kevin Bifulco 19.Al Burdge 20.Bob Vaccaro 21.Ron Coverly
22.Bryan Reed 23.Charlie Spencer 24.Allen Hurley
DNQ: Charlie Gunner

SS SPRINT RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Kevin Nagy (17.245), 2.Art Liedl (17.257), 3.John
Snook (17.346), 4.Steve Wilson (17.352), 5.Ed Hughes (17.379), 6.Ian
Borden (17.403)

Feature (15 laps): 1.Kevin Nagy 2.Art Liedl 3.Ian Borden 4.John Snook
5.Dan Wall 6.Craig Martin 7.Ed Hughes 8.Dale Gardner 9.Dave Martin
10.Mark Bitner 11.Jimmy Hoeltering 12.Glenn Sinibaldi 13.Nick
Bardsley 14.Steve Wilson DNS:Tom Wyckoff


This Saturday, July 8, at New Egypt Speedway....

This Saturday, July 8, at New Egypt Speedway -- Advantage Financial
presents Christmas in July, featuring our annual fundraiser for the
U.S. Marines Toys for Tots drive! Bring a new, unwrapped toy or make
a $5 monetary donation to Toys for Tots and you'll receive a chance
to win one of 50 big-ticket prizes, like TVs, bicycles, DVD and MP3
players, stereos and more, all courtesy of Advantage Financial
Mortgage Bankers! The more you give, the more chances you get -- so
bring your toys for the cause this Saturday!

On the track, you'll see some of the best racing this side of the
North Pole, featuring big-block Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks
and SS Sprints. Gates open at 4 pm, with first green at 6:30 pm. Get
in the holiday spirit -- it's Christmas at New Egypt Speedway!


New Egypt Speedway point Standings thru Sat. 7/1/06

MODIFIEDS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Jimmy Horton*(5) 542
2 Ryan Godown 465
3 Billy Pauch * 450
4 Frank Cozze* 442
5 Rick Grosso 434
6 Keith Hoffman 423
7 Tim Tanner Jr.* 418
8 Bucky Kell 392
9 Ron John Koczon 369
10 Brian Godown* 359
11 Rich Rutski 340
12 Billy Pauch Jr. 333
13 Tom Carberry 322
14 Mike Hendershot 283
15 John Keller 280
16 Sam Martz 279
17 Scott VanGorder 255
18 Dominick Buffalino* 223
19 John Miloszar 222
20 John Dixon 220

SPORTSMAN
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Gary Butler 406
2 Willie Osmun* 390
3 Rich Scagliotta**** 373
4 Mike Krachun* 372
5 Mike Howardson 360
6 Jack Swain* 335
7 Chad Barney 328
8 Tim Apgar 326
9 John McClelland* 325
10 Glenn Hisko 301
11 John Romano Jr.* 296
Keith Plumstead 296
13 Mike Lyons* 295
14 Gene Stravinsky 280
15 Billy Tanner IV 276
Justin Hoffman 276
17 Glenn Pyatt 267
18 Lou Farina III 259
19 John Stangle 255
20 Pat Wall 242

SUPER STOCKS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Al Cheney III* 504
2 George Quinlan** 502
3 Billy Bauer 468
4 Jake Roveda* 463
5 Jason Bubeck* 424
6 Bryan Reed 417
7 Kory Fleming* 405
8 Spider Ensinger Jr.* 387
9 Kim Cooke* 347
10 Larry Reed 336
11 Ron Coverly 331
12 Matt Kall 312
13 Mick Search 288
14 Norm Saxton 259
15 Bill Liedtka 258
16 Pat Freiberger* 245
17 Heath Metzger 200
18 Tony Giglio 198
19 Kevin Bifulco 197
20 Bob Vaccaro 188

Haldeman Ford DIRT S.S. Sprints
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Art Liedl*** 348
2 Kevin Nagy** 328
3 Craig Martin 278
Ian Borden 278
5 John Snook 274
6 Ed Hughes 269
7 Steve Wilson* 268
8 Dale Gardner 256
9 Dave Martin 228
10 Tom Wyckoff 210
11 Frank Smith 204
12 Nick Bardsley 175
13 Jimmy Hoelterling 171
14 John Philkill 145
15 Garrett Luzi 140
16 Brian Nixon 136
17 Glenn Sinibaldi 134
18 Dan Wall 133
19 Robert Liedl 103
20 Rick Cozze 80


Buff Tough, Takes New Egypt First

New Egypt, NJ (July 1, 2006) -- Young Dominick Buffalino had the hot
hand at New Egypt Speedway on Saturday night, leading wire to wire to
win the Modified portion of a Big Bang holiday weekend special
sponsored by Johanna Foods Inc. of Flemington, NJ. It was Buffalino's
career-first Modified victory, worth $2,500.

"We've been this fast every week this year. Setting fast time,
winning heat races. We've just had bad breaks and no luck," said
Buffalino, 24, who was forced to sit on the sidelines for a couple of
weeks earlier in the season, after hurting his primary engine. "I've
got to thank Red (Triggs) for getting me here. He builds the motors.
We're 50/50 partners on this deal, and I couldn't do it without him."

In his second year of Modified competition, Buffalino showed the way
throughout the non-stop 30-lap main event, fending off repeated
challenges from "Top Cat" Tom Carberry. T.C. had his best shot at
unseating the young gun on lap 10, digging in hard to find an edge in
the low lane and looking like he might be able to pull off the pass.
Instead, Carberry lost the handle exiting turn 4 and had to use his
wits and experience just to hang on to second. Division rookie Rich
Rutski entered the picture, trying to make it a three-way. He had
second momentarily -- but then, ironically, almost looped it in the
same spot as Carberry with four laps remaining. At the checkers it
was all Buffalino, in for a well-deserved first win, followed by
Carberry, Rutski, Keith Hoffman and Ryan Godown. Jimmy Horton, who
finished ninth, continues to sit atop the division point standings.

For the second consecutive week, Bound Brook, NJ's Rich Scagliotta
was victorious in the time-limited Sportsman event, inking his fourth
of the season. Chad Barney was second, Mike Krachun was third, with
Glenn Hisko scored fourth and John Stangle finishing fifth. Dave Hunt
came across the line in fourth, but was light at the scales and
disqualified.

Second-generation racer Jason Bubeck, 31, of New Hope, PA, captured
his career-first in the 20-lap Super Stock event. Bubeck scored the
long-awaited victory over George Quinlan, Kory Fleming, current
division points leader Al Cheney III, and Bryan Reed. Bill Miscoski
Racing wound up putting a little extra ching in Bubeck's pocket,
adding an extra $150 bonus to the winner's share.

Two-time division champion Art Liedl of Flemington, NJ, came on in
the second half of the 15-lapper to win his third of the year in the
Haldeman Ford SS Sprint class. John Snook, Kevin Nagy, Ian Borden and
Ed Hughes trailed Liedl at the finish.

The Johanna Foods Inc. Big Bang Bonanza Modified match race was a
dramatic crowd-pleaser, right down to the final flag. The series of
eliminations saw the top 10 in points and one wild-card driver go
one-on-one for one lap only, with $1,000 in cash and a four-foot
trophy on the line, courtesy of Johanna Foods. 2004 Superstars
champion Ryan Godown knocked off Frank Cozze in the very last run to
collect $550 and the hardware, with Cozze winning five times for
$250, Billy Pauch Jr. taking two matches for $100, and both Brian
Godown and Dominick Buffalino winning one, for $50 each.

"We're trying to get to victory lane any way we can," said Godown,
who's been shut out of the winner's circle thus far this season. "I'd
rather this had happened later on tonight, but this'll do it."

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to Rich Scagliotta (Sportsman, 18.431),
Jake Roveda (Super Stock, 19.909) and Art Liedl (SS Sprint, 17.418).

A spectacular display of holiday fireworks, compliments of the Grosso
family, capped off the evening.

Next Saturday, July 8, it's Christmas in July at New Egypt Speedway,
courtesy of Advantage Financial Mortgage Bankers. Big-block
Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks and the Haldeman Ford SS Sprints
lead the race card. Fans who donate a new,unwrapped toy or make a $5
monetary donation to the U.S. Marines Toys for Tots drive will
receive a chance to win big-ticket prizes, compliments of Advantage
Financial.
Gates open at 4 pm on July 9, with first green at 6:30 pm. Adults are
$16, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and under are free. For more
information, call the speedway office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to
www.newegyptspeedway.net.

7/1/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.John Miloszar Jr. 2.Ron John Koczon 3.Brian Godown 4.Keith
Hoffman 5.Billy Pauch Jr. 6.Rick Grosso
Heat 2: 1.Tom Carberry 2.Ryan Godown 3.Bucky Kell 4.Billy Pauch
5.Mike Hendershot 6.Rich Rutski
Heat 3: 1.Dominick Buffalino 2.Joey Tinnes Jr. 3.Jimmy Horton 4.John
Keller 5.Jim Scherer 6.Jim Robertson
B Main: 1.Frank Cozze 2.Sam Martz 3.Tim Tanner Jr. 4.Scott VanGorder
5.Rick Holsten 6.Shawn Cook (Pts. Prov.:None )

Feature (30 laps): 1.Dominick Buffalino 2.Tom Carberry 3.Rich Rutski
4.Keith Hoffman 5.Ryan Godown 6.Brian Godown 7.Ron John Koczon 8.Rick
Grosso 9.Jimmy Horton 10.Billy Pauch 11.Frank Cozze 12.Mike
Hendershot 13.Tim Tanner Jr. 14.John Miloszar Jr. 15.Jim Scherer
16.Rick Holsten 17.Scott VanGorder 18.John Keller 19.Joey Tinnes Jr.
20.Sam Martz 21.Jim Robertson 22.Bucky Kell 23.Billy Pauch Jr.
24.Shawn Cook
DNQ: Dennis Halas, Doug Stepanchuk

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Rich Scagliotta (18.431), 2.Gary Butler (18.537),
3.John Romano Jr. (18.543), 4.Jack Swain (18.633), 5.Chad Barney
(18.662), 6.Mike Krachun (18.686), 7.Glenn Hisko (18.697), 8.Willie
Osmun (18.707), 9.Tim Apgar (18.718), 10.E.J. Harrington (18.732),
11.Pat Wall (18.738), 12.John Stangle (18.763), 13.Kenny VanDerveer
(18.804), 14.Dave Hunt (18.840)

B Main 1: 1.Billy Tanner IV 2.Art Liedl 3.Ebby Ridge 4.Jimmy Spence
5.Bill Paulmenn (Pts. Prov.:Gene Stravinsky )
B Main 2: 1.Keith Fleming 2.Mike Lyons 3.Keith Plumstead 4.Mike
Howardson 5.Mike Taylor
B Main 3: 1.Brad Freeman 2.Glenn Pyatt 3.Lou Farina III 4.John
Salvatore Jr. 5.Rob Nixon

Feature (16 laps): 1.Rich Scagliotta 2.Chad Barney 3.Mike Krachun
4.Glenn Hisko 5.John Stangle 6.Willie Osmun 7.Tim Apgar 8.Gary Butler
9.Keith Plumstead 10.Billy Tanner IV 11.John Salvatore Jr. 12.Gene
Stravinsky 13.Ebby Ridge 14.Rob Nixon 15.Jimmy Spence 16.John Romano
Jr. 17.Bill Paulmenn 18.Jack Swain 19.Keith Fleming 20.Mike Taylor
21.Brad Freeman 22.E.J. Harrington 23.Kenny VanDerveer 24.Art Liedl
25.Glenn Pyatt 26.Mike Lyons 27.Mike Howardson 28.Lou Farina III
29.Pat Wall 30.Dave Hunt
DNQ: Gene Stravinsky, Steve Schmidt, Mike Smith, Chris Lane, Tommy
Carberry, Barry Christ, Dave Hoffman, Will Dupree, Ben Donaruma,
Robin McTighe, Everett Taylor, Wayne Carberry, Jason Dunn, Bob
Dmuchowski, Keith Nonnemacher, Bob Hendershot, John Marini Jr.

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Jake Roveda (19.909), 2.Al Cheney III (20.037), 3.Pat
Freiberger (20.165), 4.George Quinlan (20.186), 5.Larry Reed
(20.241), 6.Kory Fleming (20.387), 7.Spider Ensinger Jr. (20.456),
8.Jason Bubeck (20.510), 9.Mick Search (20.515), 10.Todd Cray
(20.560), 11.Kim Cooke (20.636), 12.Norm Saxton (20.662), 13.Bob
Vaccaro (20.683), 14.Bryan Reed (20.695)

B Main: 1.Kevin Bifulco 2.Ron Coverly 3.Matt Kall 4.Billy Bauer
5.Tony Giglio 6.Bill Liedtka 7.Don Shipley 8.Greg Schmidt 9.Kenny
Guyer 10.George Marrero (Pts. Prov.:None )

Feature (20 laps): 1.Jason Bubeck 2.George Quinlan 3.Kory Fleming
4.Al Cheney III 5.Bryan Reed 6.Mick Search 7.Bob Vaccaro 8.Ron
Coverly 9.Pat Freiberger 10.Billy Bauer 11.Spider Ensinger Jr.
12.Matt Kall 13.Tony Giglio 14.Greg Schmidt 15.Kenny Guyer 16.Don
Shipley 17.Bill Liedtka 18.Jake Roveda 19.Kevin Bifulco 20.Norm
Saxton 21.Todd Cray 22.George Marrero 23.Larry Reed 24.Kim Cooke
DNQ: Al Burdge, Pete Fogarty, Charlie Spencer, Jerry Confer

SS SPRINT RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Art Liedl (17.418), 2.Ian Borden (17.630), 3.John
Snook (17.838), 4.Kevin Nagy (17.841), 5.Steve Wilson (17.933), 6.Tom
Wyckoff (18.070)

Feature (15 laps): 1.Art Liedl 2.John Snook 3.Kevin Nagy 4.Ian Borden
5.Ed Hughes 6.Tom Wyckoff 7.Steve Wilson 8.Craig Martin 9.Dave Martin
10.Dan Wall 11.John Philkill 12.Dale Gardner 13.Frank Smith 14.Brian
Nixon 15.Jimmy Hoeltering 16.Robert Liedl 17.Nick Bardsley 18.Glenn
Sinibaldi


Advantage Brings Christmas To New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ (June 30, 2006) -- New Egypt Speedway fans and
competitors will get into the spirit of the season -- the Christmas
season, that is -- when mortgage banking firm Advantage Financial
presents its seventh annual Christmas in July program at the Ocean
County raceway on Saturday, July 8.

Advantage Financial's holiday-themed event serves as a blockbuster
fundraiser for the U.S. Marine Corps charitable Toys for Tots
program, with New Egypt Speedway fans contributing more than 21,000
toys and nearly $28,000 cash in the six events run to date.

"We're pleased to see how this event has grown over the years, with
the fans, the drivers, the pit crews coming together to aid a very
worthy cause. It definitely gives you a good feeling to be involved
in a promotion like this, to benefit the Toys for Tots charity," said
Advantage Financial President Gene Stravinsky, who also heads up two
affiliate companies providing commercial and personal insurance and
investment brokerage services, all based in Robbinsville, NJ. "We're
grateful to the race fans and teams who do business with Advantage
Financial -- they make it all possible. And get ready for this year,
because it's going to be great!"

Santa and his elves will descend on New Egypt on July 8, to assist
Stravinsky's efforts. To promote the charitable spirit of the
holiday, Advantage Financial will be giving away over $10,000 worth
of valuable prizes to lucky fans, including JVC's newest 20GB
hard-drive camcorder; bicycles; TVs for kids and adults; CD, MP3 and
DVD players; DVD/VCR combos; air conditioners; stereo systems; boom
boxes; Walkmans and more. JVC Company of America, a first-time
associate sponsor of the event, is helping to provide some of the
electronic giveaways.

In order to get a shot at the big Christmas loot, fans must donate a
new, unwrapped toy or cash to the Marine Corps representatives
organizing the Toys for Tots drive. For every donation made that
night ($5+ value), fans will receive a chance to win one of 50
big-ticket prizes from Advantage Financial's sleigh full of giveaways
-- the more you give, the more chances you get!

Santa will drop the flag on the racing action: a four-division card
of big-block Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks and the Haldeman Ford
SS Sprints in hot July competition. Gates open at 4 pm, with first
green at 6:30 pm.

Adult admission is $16, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and under
are free. Come meet Santa and win big prizes while helping the Toys
for Tots drive -- and see some of the best side-by-side racing this
side of the North Pole!

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539, just minutes from Six
Flags Great Adventure and the NJ Turnpike. For more information, call
the track office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


This Saturday, July 1, at New Egypt Speedway....

This Saturday, July 1, at New Egypt Speedway -- Johanna Foods Inc.
presents the Big Bang Bonanza holiday special, with big-block
Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks and the Haldeman Ford SS Sprints
on the race card. Johanna Foods will also present a special match
race for the top 10 Modifieds and one wild-card driver -- a
high-drama series of eliminations with a cool $1,000 in Big Bang
Bonanza bucks on the line! And to commemorate Independence Day, the
evening will be capped off by an absolutely spectacular display of
fireworks!

Gates open at 4 pm, with first race at 6:30 pm. Adult admission is
$20, children 7-12 are $7, and kids 6 and under are free. Come wave
your red, white and blue Saturday night at New Egypt! WE HAVE
FIREWORKS!!


Rain Nixes New Egypt, Fireworks Next Week

New Egypt, NJ (June 24, 2006) -- Morning rain showers, and a weather
forecast calling for thunderstorms throughout the day, forced New
Egypt Speedway management to pull the plug early on Saturday night's
scheduled racing program, featuring the traveling URC Sprint Cars.
The cancellation marked the fourth rain-out this year for the Ocean
County dirt track.

"We hated to cancel Saturday's program, as the URC Sprint Cars are a
very popular draw at New Egypt. But they'll be back in action here on
July 15," said speedway owner Rick Grosso Sr. "Now, we're looking
forward to next week's big show -- our annual fireworks spectacular!"

Holiday weekend action at New Egypt Speedway will take place next
Saturday night, July 1, with a full card of racing, a fantastic
display of fireworks capping off the event, and Johanna Foods Inc.
presenting the fourth annual Big Bang Bonanza, a Modified elimination
match with a hefty $1,000 up for grabs.

Always a fan favorite, the Big Bang Bonanza pits the top Mod drivers
against each other in a dramatic format, running one-on-one until
only one man is left standing. In addition to the match race, a
sizzling card featuring big-block Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks
and the Haldeman Ford SS Sprints will take to the track.

Gates open at 4 pm on July 1, with first green at 6:30 pm. Adult
admission is $20, children 7-12 are $7, and kids 6 and under are free.

Coming up at New Egypt Speedway: On Saturday, July 8, the whole joint
will be getting into the holiday spirit, as Advantage Financial
Mortgage Bankers presents the track's annual Christmas in July
blowout, with Santa and his elves heading up the U.S. Marines Toys
for Tots drive. Fans who donate a new, unwrapped toy or make a
monetary donation to Toys for Tots will receive a chance to win
big-ticket prizes, compliments of Advantage Financial.

Then on Saturday, July 15 -- the URC Sprint Cars return, to share a
four-division bill with the big-block Mods, Sportsman and Super
Stocks on a night sponsored by Opdyke Lumber.

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539, just minutes from Six
Flags Great Adventure and the NJ Turnpike. For more information, call
the track at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


Johanna Foods 'Big Bang,' Fireworks At New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ (June 23, 2006) -- There'll be fireworks exploding in
the sky and on the track on Saturday, July 1, at New Egypt Speedway,
with a full card of racing, a fantastic display of fireworks, and
Johanna Foods Inc. of Flemington, NJ, presenting the fourth annual
Big Bang Bonanza, a Modified elimination match with a cool $1,000 at
stake.

"We're really excited to make a 'big bang' at New Egypt with our
Independence Day promotion," said Robert Facchina, owner and CEO of
Johanna Foods Inc., a 94-year-old Hunterdon County dairy that has
grown into a state-of-the-art food manufacturer, featuring such
popular brands as La Yogurt, Tree Ripe juices, Ssips beverages and
drink boxes, and more. The company also sponsors the #35 Sportsman
car driven by Ben Donaruma. "This is our first corporate involvement
with the race track, itself, and it's going to be great. We hear the
Big Bang Bonanza is the fans' most popular race of the year!"

Drama will be high in the Big Bang Bonanza as the top 10 drivers in
the Modified division go one-on-one for one lap only, until only one
is left standing. In addition to the top 10 in Modified points, one
more "wild card" driver will be added to the mix the night of the
show: the racer who clicks off the single fastest lap in the three
qualifying heats, who is not in the top 10, will get a shot at the
big bonus money.

The series of eliminations will begin with the wild card driver
"calling out" any of the top 10 drivers to challenge. The winner of
that match will choose his opponent for the next round, with each
subsequent winner challenging one of the remaining drivers. The
winner of each run will receive $50 from the $1,000 bonus pot, with
the last man in the winner's circle collecting an extra $500 and a
beautiful 4-foot Big Bang Bonanza trophy, all courtesy of Johanna
Foods Inc.

In addition to the match race, Johanna Food's Big Bang holiday
special will feature a sizzling card of big-block Modified,
Sportsman, Super Stock and SS Sprint action on New Egypt's half-mile
clay tri-oval, with a spectacular show of fireworks lighting up the
night at races' end.

Of course, all the regular family fun features are included in the
program: the Vespia Tire & Auto Care Fast Time Fan Contest and
Lightning Lap autograph session; the Ralphie the Racer Kids' Club;
Bar Anticipation NASCAR Trivia Contest; plus bicycle giveaways and
more bonus prizes throughout the night for both adults and children.

Gates open at 4 pm on Saturday, July 1, with first green at 6:30 pm.
Adult admission is $20, children 7-12 are $7, and kids 6 and under
are free.

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539, just minutes from Six
Flags Great Adventure and the NJ Turnpike. For further details, call
the track office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to
www.newegyptspeedway.net.


Scherer Shags First Ever In New Egypt RoC Rumble

New Egypt, NJ (June 21, 2006) -- Returning to action for the first
time in four weeks after suffering broken ribs in a street car
accident, Jim Scherer of Monroe Twp., NJ, came back with a vengeance
Wednesday night at New Egypt Speedway, completely dominating the
75-lap RoC Rocket Rumble, sponsored by Metal Fab Pro Race Shop of
Pennington, to score his career-first victory in his second year of
Modified competition.

"It's my first win in a Modified and it's a big race at that,"
exclaimed Scherer, 34, who teamed up with 2001 New Egypt Mod champion
Keith Hoffman for 2006. "Simonek supplied us with some great power
this year -- they just put on a Braswell carburetor and it really lit
it up. The car was great! I could drive it anywhere on the track."

The month-long rest did wonders for Scherer, who looked like he was
shot out of a cannon in the 75-lap feature race, the second event in
the Race of Champions Series Southern Tour. Nine laps into it,
Scherer dove low on leader Ronnie Johnson and took control. Did he
ever! As the laps clicked off, Scherer blasted off into another
stratosphere, ultimately lapping all but the top seven cars. The
jostling and jockeying continued way behind, but Scherer was a
distant memory, sailing in solo to score his first Modified win ever,
worth a hefty $4,000. New York invader Ronnie Johnson was second,
local boy Ron John Koczon was third, with current track and RoC South
points leader Jimmy Horton fourth, and Rick Laubach in fifth. Keith
Hoffman, Rich Rutski, Billy Pauch Jr., Ryan Godown and John Keller
completed the top 10.

New Egypt's all-time winningest Sportsman driver, Rich Scagliotta of
Bound Brook, NJ, captured his first RoC tour event in the 40-lap
companion race for the Sportsman class. Scagliotta inherited the lead
with four laps remaining, when race-long leader John Romano Jr. broke
a fan belt and overheated, dropping from the event. Chad Barney, who
chased the top two for most of the race, settled for second, with
Saturday night's winner John McClelland finishing third. NES regular
Mike Lyons, who won the previous RoC tour event at Big Diamond
Raceway, finished fourth. Pennsy runner Kyle Weiss was fifth.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for the fastest lap
turned by a heat race winner went to Dominick Buffalino (Modified,
17.496) and Mike Krachun (Sportsman, 18.313).

Racing resumes at New Egypt Speedway this Saturday, June 24, with the
popular URC Sprint Cars making their second five appearances at the
track this year. Big-block Modifieds, Sportsman and Super Stocks
share the race card, which kicks off at 6:30 pm. Gates open at 4 pm.
Adult admission is $20, children 7-12 are $6, and kids 6 and under
are free. For more information, call the speedway office at (609)
758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.

6/21/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.Ryan Godown 2.Keith Hoffman 3.Steve Bottcher 4.Jim Scherer
5.Rick Grosso
Heat 2: 1.Dominick Buffalino 2.Rich Rutski 3.Scott VanGorder 4.Ron
John Koczon 5.Ken Carberry
Heat 3: 1.Brian Weaver 2.Tom Carberry 3.Ronnie Johnson 4.Rick Laubach
5.Billy Pauch

Feature (75 laps): 1.Jim Scherer 2.Ronnie Johnson 3.Ron John Koczon
4.Jimmy Horton 5.Rick Laubach 6.Keith Hoffman 7.Rich Rutski 8.Billy
Pauch Jr. 9.Ryan Godown 10.John Keller 11.Rick Grosso 12.Gary Hager
13.Ken Carberry 14.Dominick Buffalino 15.Brian Weaver 16.Brian Godown
17.Scott VanGorder 18.Billy Pauch 19.Steve Bottcher 20.Tom Carberry
21.Ray Swinehart 22.Ryan Watt 23.Craig Mitchell 24.Steve Davis
Lap Leaders: Ronnie Johnson 1-8, Jim Scherer 9-75

SPORTSMAN RESULTS

Heat 1: 1.John Romano Jr. 2.Jason Hamilton 3.Kyle Weiss 4.Willie
Osmun 5.Tommy Carberry
Heat 2: 1.Mike Krachun 2.Danny Creeden 3.Rich Scagliotta 4.Billy
Tanner IV 5.Keith Fleming
Heat 3: 1.John McClelland 2.John Salvatore Jr. 3.Tim Apgar 4.Mike
Howardson 5.John Purcell
Heat 4: 1.Mike Lyons 2.Chad Barney 3.Dave Hunt 4.Glenn Hisko 5.Gene
Stravinsky
B Main: 1.John Stangle 2.Pat Wall 3.Lou Farina III 4.Ben Donaruma
5.Brad Freeman

Feature (40 laps): 1.Rich Scagliotta 2.Chad Barney 3.John McClelland
4.Mike Lyons 5.Kyle Weiss 6.Glenn Hisko 7.Dave Hunt 8.Danny Creeden
9.John Salvatore Jr. 10.Alex Konopka 11.Gene Stravinsky 12.Jason
Hamilton 13.Willie Osmun 14.John Stangle 15.Lou Farina III 16.Tommy
Carberry 17.John Purcell 18.John Romano Jr. 19.Billy Tanner IV
20.Mike Howardson 21.Mike Krachun 22.Ben Donaruma 23.Tim Apgar
24.Brad Brightbill 25.Keith Fleming 26.Pat Wall
DNQ: Will Dupree, Brad Brightbill, Jimmy Spence, Mike Taylor, Mike
Bent, Alex Konopka, Gary Butler, Clay Butler
Lap Leaders: John Romano Jr. 1-36, Rich Scagliotta 37-40


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20TH AT NEW EGYPT

DON'T MISS! The RoC Rocket Rumble at New Egypt Speedway, sponsored by
Metal Fab Pro Race Shop. Wednesday, June 21. 75 laps for the
big-block Mods and 40 laps for the Sportsman. Gates open at 4:30 pm,
with hot laps at 6:30 and racing at 7:15 pm.

It's the first big midweek race of the summer -- tomorrow night, June
21, at New Egypt Speedway! The weather's going to be great -- so come
on out for an action-packed night of championship racing!


New Egypt Speedway Point Standings thru Sat. 6/17/06

MODIFIEDS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Jimmy Horton*(5) 502
2 Ryan Godown 417
3 Billy Pauch * 412
4 Frank Cozze* 406
5 Rick Grosso 392
6 Tim Tanner Jr.* 386
7 Keith Hoffman 373
8 Bucky Kell 371
9 Ron John Koczon 325
10 Brian Godown* 313
Billy Pauch Jr. 313
12 Rich Rutski 288
13 Tom Carberry 266
14 Sam Martz 256
15 John Keller 255
16 Mike Hendershot 249
17 Scott VanGorder 229
18 John Dixon 220
19 John Miloszar 192
20 Joey Tinnes 177

SPORTSMAN
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Gary Butler 364
2 Willie Osmun* 344
3 Mike Howardson 340
4 John McClelland* 325
5 Mike Krachun* 320
6 Rich Scagliotta** 313
7 Jack Swain* 310
8 Tim Apgar 282
9 Justin Hoffman 276
10 Mike Lyons* 275
11 Chad Barney 272
12 John Romano Jr.* 269
13 Keith Plumstead 256
14 Glenn Hisko 251
15 Glenn Pyatt 247
16 Gene Stravinsky 246
17 Lou Farina III 239
18 Billy Tanner IV 238
19 Pat Wall 222
20 John Stangle 207

SUPER STOCKS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Al Cheney III* 454
2 George Quinlan** 446
3 Jake Roveda* 438
4 Billy Bauer 430
5 Bryan Reed 369
6 Jason Bubeck 364
7 Kory Fleming* 353
8 Spider Ensinger Jr.* 351
9 Kim Cooke* 327
10 Larry Reed 316
11 Ron Coverly 289
12 Matt Kall 278
13 Mick Search 242
14 Norm Saxton 236
15 Bill Liedtka 232
16 Pat Freiberger* 205
17 Heath Metzger 200
18 Jason Saredy 187
19 Kevin Bifulco 173
20 Tony Giglio 166

Haldeman Ford DIRT S.S. Sprints
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Art Liedl** 288
2 Kevin Nagy** 276
3 Craig Martin 236
4 Ian Borden 228
5 Steve Wilson* 224
6 Dale Gardner 222
7 Ed Hughes 221
8 John Snook 218
9 Dave Martin 188
10 Frank Smith 172
11 Tom Wyckoff 164
12 Nick Bardsley 149
13 Jimmy Hoelterling 143
14 Garrett Luzi 140
15 Glenn Sinibaldi 109
John Philkill 109
17 Brian Nixon 106
18 Dan Wall 95
19 Rick Cozze 80
20 Robert Liedl 76


Horton Survives Hoffman Surprise At New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ (June 17, 2006) -- It was a scream-inciting,
paint-swapping thriller of a finish on Saturday -- but when the final
flag dropped, it was Jimmy Horton of Neshanic Station, NJ, surviving
Keith Hoffman's surprise attack on a four-to-go restart to hustle in
for his third consecutive Modified victory, his fifth of the season,
at New Egypt Speedway on Dad's Appreciation Night, sponsored by Cream
Ridge Golf Club.

"It was a good race," agreed Horton, 49, who had to gather it up
after Hoffman stole the lead following the final caution in the
30-lap race. "I bobbled a little on the restart, and let him get the
'slide job.' I've got blue paint on my left-front and I'm sure he's
got blue paint on his left-front. We were both racing hard."

It looked to be another Horton blowout in the Modified main. Starting
18th on the grid, Horton is currently riding a tidal wave of momentum
this year, and he had his hot rod honkin' from the start. By lap 4,
he was 10th; four laps later he was flying in fifth, passing cars in
bunches around the high lane. On lap 12, Horton rallied past leader
Sam Martz and easily checked out, just like he's done the past three
shows.

When a spinning Dennis Halas forced a caution on lap 26, however,
every fan in the place got their money's worth on the ensuing
restart. Horton got up in the loose stuff in turn 1 and Keith Hoffman
pounced on the opportunity, snatching the lead away from Horton in a
door-to-door skirmish that elicited hot sparks and high-pitched
screams from the grandstands. Hoffman held sway, hoping to reel in
his first of the year, but Horton definitely had other ideas. On the
final turn of the last lap, the two came together again, with Horton
hustling into the lead to beat Hoffman by less than a car length,
scoring his fifth win of the year. He dedicated the victory to his
son, Ryan, who is in the hospital, suffering from pneumonia. Hoffman
was second, with Billy Pauch Sr. and Jr. in third and fourth, and
Frank Cozze in fifth. With five wins and no finishes worse than
fourth this year, Horton sits atop the Modified point standings.

An elated John McClelland of Martinsville, NJ, finally cracked the
winner's circle in the Sportsman event, winning his first-ever over
sophomore driver Pat Wall, Tim Agar, Mike Krachun and Chad Barney.

Kim Cooke of Southampton, NJ, was another first-time NES winner in
the Super Stock ranks. The caution-plagued race was cut short at lap
16, as the time limit was met. Al Cheney III, Spider Ensinger Jr.,
Larry Reed and Kory Fleming trailed Cooke's car at the finish.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to John Romano Jr. (Sportsman, 18.715) and
Billy Bauer (Super Stock, 20.259). Bill Miscoski and Cream Ridge Golf
Club awarded a $50 bonus to the ninth-place finisher in each
division. The extra cash was picked up by Bucky Kell (Modified), Rich
Scagliotta (Sportsman) and George Quinlan (Super Stock).

In honor of Father's Day, dads of drivers got in their sons' race
cars to compete in the Cream Ridge Golf Club Senior Masters
Challenge. Bill Tanner III and Keith Plumstead Sr. won the Sportsman
races, with Spider Ensinger Sr. topping the Super Stock event. Cream
Ridge Golf Club supplied trophies, hats and prize money to all
participating fathers.

Racing resumes at New Egypt Speedway on Wednesday, June 21, with the
RoC Rocket Rumble, sponsored by Metal Fab Pro race Shop. The
first-ever Garden State stop for the Race of Champions dirt tour
features a 75-lap event for the big-block Modifieds and a companion
40-lapper for the Sportsman. Gates open at 4:30 p.m. with first green
at 7:15 p.m. Adult admission is $20, children 7-12 are $7, and kids 6
and under are free. For more information, call the speedway office at
(609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.

6/17/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.Sam Martz 2.John Dixon 3.Rick Grosso 4.Keith Hoffman 5.Tom
Carberry 6.Ryan Godown
Heat 2: 1.Frank Cozze 2.Billy Pauch Jr. 3.Ken Carberry 4.Dominick
Buffalino 5.Joey Tinnes Jr. 6.Scott VanGorder
Heat 3: 1.Brian Godown 2.Jimmy Horton 3.Billy Pauch 4.Ron John Koczon
5.Bucky Kell 6.John Miloszar Jr.

Feature (30 laps): 1.Jimmy Horton 2.Keith Hoffman 3.Billy Pauch
4.Billy Pauch Jr. 5.Frank Cozze 6.Ryan Godown 7.Sam Martz 8.Rick
Grosso 9.Bucky Kell 10.Tim Tanner Jr. 11.Ron John Koczon 12.Scott
VanGorder 13.John Keller 14.Brian Godown 15.Mike Hendershot 16.Shawn
Cook 17.Joey Tinnes Jr. 18.Dominick Buffalino 19.Dennis Halas 20.Rich
Rutski 21.Ken Carberry 22.John Miloszar Jr. 23.John Dixon 24.Tom
Carberry

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.John Romano Jr. (18.715), 2.Billy Tanner IV (18.761),
3.Gary Butler (18.769), 4.Tim Apgar (18.834), 5.Mike Lyons (18.903),
6.Mike Krachun (18.957), 7.Glenn Hisko (18.960), 8.Pat Wall (18.973),
9.Jack Swain (18.976), 10.Justin Hoffman (19.024), 11.Keith Fleming
(19.077), 12.Chad Barney (19.098), 13.Rich Scagliotta (19.098),
14.John McClelland (19.141)

B Main 1: 1.John Stangle 2.Keith Plumstead 3.Brad Freeman 4.Ben
Donaruma 5.Bill Paulmenn (Pts. Prov.:None )
B Main 2: 1.Scott Singley 2.Lou Farina III 3.Glenn Pyatt 4.Willie
Osmun 5.Clay Butler
B Main 3: 1.Mike Howardson 2.Mike Mongiello 3.John Salvatore Jr.
4.E.J. Harrington 5.Gene Stravinsky

Feature (20 laps): 1.John McClelland 2.Pat Wall 3.Tim Apgar 4.Mike
Krachun 5.Chad Barney 6.Billy Tanner IV 7.Gary Butler 8.Justin
Hoffman 9.Rich Scagliotta 10.Willie Osmun 11.Jack Swain 12.John
Romano Jr. 13.Mike Howardson 14.Keith Plumstead 15.Mike Lyons 16.Ben
Donaruma 17.Glenn Hisko 18.Lou Farina III 19.Clay Butler 20.Brad
Freeman 21.E.J. Harrington 22.Bill Paulmenn 23.John Salvatore Jr.
24.Keith Fleming 25.Glenn Pyatt 26.Mike Mongiello 27.Gene Stravinsky
28.John Stangle 29.Scott Singley

DNQ: Steve Schmidt, Rob Nixon, Robin McTighe, John Bohadel, Jim
Hoeltering, Will Dupree, Dave Hunt, Mike Taylor, Art Liedl, Bob
Dmuchowski, Bob Hendershot, Mike Smith, Tony Pietrofitta, Ebby Ridge,
Tommy Carberry, Steve Davis, Barry Christ, Chris Lane, John Marini Jr.

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Billy Bauer (20.259), 2.Al Cheney III (20.375), 3.Jake
Roveda (20.386), 4.Kory Fleming (20.447), 5.Spider Ensinger Jr.
(20.477), 6.Bryan Reed (20.564), 7.Kim Cooke (20.624), 8.Larry Reed
(20.666), 9.Mick Search (20.712), 10.Jason Bubeck (20.776), 11.Ron
Coverly (20.891), 12.George Quinlan (21.020), 13.Heath Metzger
(21.063), 14.Todd Cray (21.071)

Feature (16 laps): 1.Kim Cooke 2.Al Cheney III 3.Spider Ensinger Jr.
4.Larry Reed 5.Kory Fleming 6.Billy Bauer 7.Mick Search 8.Jake Roveda
9.George Quinlan 10.Jason Bubeck 11.Greg Schmidt 12.Al Burdge
13.George Marrero 14.Allen Hurley 15.Charlie Spencer 16.Todd Cray
17.Heath Metzger 18.Bryan Reed 19.Bill Liedtka 20.Ron Coverly 21.Matt
Kall 22.Kevin Bifulco

SENIOR MASTERS CHALLENGE
1st Sportsman: 1.Keith Plumstead Sr. 2.Gene Stravinsky Sr. 3.Richard
Schneck 4.Tom Rears
2nd Sportsman: 1.Bill Tanner III 2.John Salvatore Sr. 3.Bruce Driver
4.Billy Osmun
Super Stock: 1.Spider Ensinger Sr. 2.Bill Miscoski 3.Larry Bubeck


This Saturday, June 17, at New Egypt Speedway....

This Saturday, June 17, at New Egypt Speedway -- it's Dad's
Appreciation Night, sponsored by Cream Ridge Golf Club. On the race
card: big-block Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks PLUS the Senior
Masters Challenge, featuring Dads of drivers competing in a trio of
invitational races! Gates open at 4 pm with first green at 6:30 pm.
Adult admission is $16, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and under
are always free. It's Father's Day weekend -- take Dad to the races!

AND DON'T FORGET NEXT WEDNESDAY: It's the first midweek special of
the summer! Wednesday, June 21, Metal Fab Pro Race Shop presents the
RoC Rocket Rumble -- 75 laps of blast-off action for the big-block
Mods, with a companion 40-lap tour event for the Sportsman! Gates
open at 4:30 pm, with hot laps at 6:30 pm and racing at 7:15 pm.
Adult admission is $20, children 7-12 are $7, and kids 6 and under
are free. Don't miss next Wednesday -- the very first NJ appearance
of the Race of Champions dirt tour at NES!


New Egypt Speedway Points thru Sat. 6/10/06

MODIFIEDS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Jimmy Horton**** 442
2 Ryan Godown 371
3 Billy Pauch * 360
4 Frank Cozze* 358
5 Rick Grosso 350
6 Tim Tanner Jr.* 348
7 Bucky Kell 331
8 Keith Hoffman 317
9 Ron John Koczon 289
10 Brian Godown* 283
11 Rich Rutski 265
12 Billy Pauch Jr. 263
13 Tom Carberry 246
14 John Keller 223
15 Mike Hendershot 221
16 Sam Martz 212
17 John Dixon 200
18 Scott VanGorder 195
19 John Miloszar 171
20 Rick Holsten 157

SPORTSMAN
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Gary Butler 320
2 Mike Howardson 308
3 Willie Osmun* 306
4 Jack Swain* 274
5 Rich Scagliotta** 273
6 Mike Krachun* 270
7 John McClelland 265
8 Mike Lyons* 247
9 John Romano Jr.* 235
10 Justin Hoffman 234
11 Tim Apgar 230
12 Glenn Pyatt 227
13 Gene Stravinsky 226
Keith Plumstead 226
15 Glenn Hisko 225
16 Chad Barney 224
17 Lou Farina III 214
18 Billy Tanner IV 192
19 John Stangle 187
20 E.J. Harrington 176

SUPER STOCKS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 George Quinlan** 406
2 Al Cheney III* 398
3 Jake Roveda* 396
4 Billy Bauer 384
5 Bryan Reed 344
6 Jason Bubeck 326
7 Kory Fleming* 305
8 Spider Ensinger Jr.* 299
9 Kim Cooke 267
10 Ron Coverly 266
Larry Reed 266
12 Matt Kall 256
13 Norm Saxton 236
14 Bill Liedtka 208
15 Pat Freiberger* 205
16 Mick Search 198
17 Jason Saredy 187
18 Heath Metzger 174
19 Tony Giglio 166
20 Kevin Bifulco 152

Haldeman Ford DIRT S.S. Sprints
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Art Liedl** 288
2 Kevin Nagy** 276
3 Craig Martin 236
4 Ian Borden 228
5 Steve Wilson* 224
6 Dale Gardner 222
7 Ed Hughes 221
8 John Snook 218
9 Dave Martin 188
10 Frank Smith 172
11 Tom Wyckoff 164
12 Nick Bardsley 149
13 Jimmy Hoelterling 143
14 Garrett Luzi 140
15 Glenn Sinibaldi 109
John Philkill 109
17 Brian Nixon 106
18 Dan Wall 95
19 Rick Cozze 80
20 Robert Liedl 76
21 John Romano Jr. 40

Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookie Sportsman
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Bryan Driver** 410
Mike Smith* 410
3 Steve Davis* 376
4 Jason Dunn* 372
5 Chris Lane 364
6 Tommy Carberry** 358
7 Tony Pietrofitta 352
8 Chris Bennett 334
9 Everett Taylor 176
10 Bruce Sprague Jr. 120
11 Eddie Prentice Jr. 100
12 Scott Glenn 46


Horton The Man To Beat At New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ (June 10, 2006) -- Showcasing the winning form he's
perfected this year, Jimmy Horton of Neshanic Station, NJ, went
four-for-eight Saturday night at New Egypt Speedway, taking his
fourth Modified checker of the young season in another command
performance.

"It is one hell of a hot rod," agreed Horton, 49, who gave credit to
Mark Blackwell of Metal Fab, car owner Rick Grosso and track owners
Rick and Nancy Grosso, for providing the opportunity. "Once you get
on a roll like this -- I won't say you can't stop, but it's a lot
easier to keep that momentum going. If luck's not going your way, you
could be sitting 'em all out, watching from the pits."

Horton started 17th in the 30-lap Modified main, carefully wound his
way through a flurry of very early yellow flags, then turned up the
wick when the race stayed green. A red flag on lap 8 was precipitated
by Billy Pauch Jr.'s flip over Tom Carberry; Pauch Jr. was uninjured.
After the carnage was cleared, Horton used the high lane to make his
presence known, showing fifth on lap 9, then dancing cheek-to-cheek
with rival Billy Pauch for a fan-thrilling duet until he laid full
claim to third on lap 18. Two laps later, Horton had flown by
race-long leader Scott VanGorder and checked out for good. At the
finish it was Horton, scoring his 11th career win at New Egypt, over
a very solid VanGorder, Pauch, Bucky Kell and teammate Rick Grosso.

Jack Swain of Pilesgrove, NJ, was the man of the hour in the
Sportsman class, setting fast time and breezing away with his first
win of the year, the 13th of his career. Gary Butler, John Romano
Jr., Justin Hoffman. and Willie Osmun were chasing at the finish.

New Egypt's own Jake Roveda brought home a win for car owner Bill
Miscoski, his first of the year in the Super Stock event. Bryan Reed
was a strong second, with early race leader Spider Ensinger Jr.
third, Al Cheney III in fourth, and Kim Cooke fifth.

East Brunswick, NJ's Kevin Nagy made it two in a row in the Haldeman
Ford SS Sprint division, keeping two-time champ Art Liedl, Ed Hughes,
John Snook and Craig Martin at bay.

Eighteen year-old Tommy Carberry of Hopewell, NJ, won the battle,
scoring his second victory in the final event of the Advantage
Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookie Sportsman Series. The hotly
contested war for the series title, however, went right down to the
wire, with Pennington, NJ, novice Bryan Driver and Mike Smith of
Hamilton, NJ, tying in the final points to share the championship for
2006, despite the fact that both had a disappointing last night.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to Jack Swain (Sportsman, 18.510), Al
Cheney III (Super Stock, 19.451), and Art Liedl (SS Sprint, 17.648).

Rained out last week, the first-ever Kids' Box Car Challenge for
children 10 and under was a great treat for the little ones, who
constructed their own "race cars" out of cardboard boxes and competed
in a series of challenge races down the frontstretch, complete with
pit stops. Sponsors John and Shirley Leach of Delran Auto Body and
track announcer Nick Leach and his wife Nancy awarded trophies to the
kids.

Racing resumes at New Egypt Speedway next Saturday, June 17, as Cream
Ridge Golf Club presents Dad's Appreciation Night. In honor of
Father's Day, dads of drivers in the Sportsman and Super Stock ranks
will race their sons' cars in the invitational Senior Masters
Challenge. Big-block Modifieds, Sportsman and Super Stocks headline
the race card. Gates open at 4 p.m. with first green at 6:30 p.m.
Adult admission is $16, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and under
are free. For more information, call the speedway office at (609)
758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.

6/10/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.Billy Pauch 2.John Keller 3.Jimmy Horton 4.Scott VanGorder
5.Brian Godown 6.Jim Robertson
Heat 2: 1.Rich Rutski 2.Mike Hendershot 3.Dominick Buffalino 4.Ryan
Godown 5.Bucky Kell 6.Tim Tanner Jr.
Heat 3: 1.Keith Hoffman 2.Rick Holsten 3.Sam Martz 4.Tom Carberry
5.Ken Carberry 6.Rick Grosso
B Main: 1.Billy Pauch Jr. 2.Frank Cozze 3.Ron John Koczon 4.Joey
Tinnes Jr. 5.John Dixon 6.John Miloszar Jr. (Pts. Prov.:None )

Feature (30 laps): 1.Jimmy Horton 2.Scott VanGorder 3.Billy Pauch
4.Bucky Kell 5.Rick Grosso 6.Ryan Godown 7.Tim Tanner Jr. 8.Rich
Rutski 9.Ron John Koczon 10.Keith Hoffman 11.Frank Cozze 12.Ken
Carberry 13.Brian Godown 14.John Dixon 15.Joey Tinnes Jr. 16.John
Miloszar Jr. 17.Dominick Buffalino 18.Rick Holsten 19.Jim Robertson
20.Tom Carberry 21.Billy Pauch Jr. 22.Sam Martz 23.Mike Hendershot
24.John Keller

DNQ: Dennis Halas, Doug Ostwald

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Rookie Feature (12 laps): 1.Tommy Carberry 2.Steve Davis 3.Tony
Pietrofitta 4.Eddie Prentice Jr. 5.Chris Lane 6.Mike Smith 7.Chris
Bennett 8.Bryan Driver 9.Jason Dunn

Time Trials: 1.Jack Swain (18.510), 2.Glenn Hisko (18.551), 3.Mike
Lyons (18.573), 4.Willie Osmun (18.680), 5.Rich Scagliotta (18.731),
6.Gary Butler (18.759), 7.John McClelland (18.788), 8.Justin Hoffman
(18.841), 9.John Romano Jr. (18.881), 10.Art Liedl (18.914), 11.Keith
Fleming (19.003), 12.John Salvatore Jr. (19.033), 13.Lou Farina III
(19.110), 14.Chad Barney (19.111)

B Main 1: 1.Pat Wall 2.Ben Donaruma 3.John Stangle 4.Gene Stravinsky
5.J.T. Trstensky (Pts. Prov.:None )
B Main 2: 1.Keith Plumstead 2.E.J. Harrington 3.Dave Hunt 4.Billy
Tanner IV 5.Glenn Pyatt
B Main 3: 1.Tim Apgar 2.Mike Krachun 3.Brad Freeman 4.Mike Howardson
5.Rob Nixon

Feature (20 laps): 1.Jack Swain 2.Gary Butler 3.John Romano Jr.
4.Justin Hoffman 5.Willie Osmun 6.Mike Lyons 7.Glenn Hisko 8.Mike
Krachun 9.Tim Apgar 10.Rich Scagliotta 11.Mike Howardson 12.John
Salvatore Jr. 13.Keith Plumstead 14.Keith Fleming 15.Lou Farina III
16.Billy Tanner IV 17.Gene Stravinsky 18.Dave Hunt 19.E.J. Harrington
20.Art Liedl 21.Ben Donaruma 22.Glenn Pyatt 23.John Stangle 24.Chad
Barney 25.J.T. Trstensky 26.John McClelland 27.Rob Nixon 28.Brad
Freeman 29.Tommy Carberry 30.Pat Wall

DNQ: Barry Christ, Bob Hendershot, Mike Taylor, Steve Schmidt, Will
Dupree, Eddie Prentice Jr., Chris Bennett, Bob Dmuchowski, Ebby
Ridge, Chris Lane, Robin McTighe, Steve Davis, Marc Herman, Bryan
Driver, Mike Mongiello, Jimmy Spence, Tony Pietrofitta, John Bohadel,
Mike Smith, Jason Dunn, Bill Paulmenn

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Al Cheney III (19.451), 2.Jake Roveda (19.770), 3.Kory
Fleming (20.009), 4.Spider Ensinger Jr. (20.116), 5.Billy Bauer
(20.276), 6.Jason Bubeck (20.285), 7.Larry Reed (20.289), 8.Kevin
Bifulco (20.292), 9.Pat Freiberger (20.369), 10.Bryan Reed (20.386),
11.Kim Cooke (20.468), 12.Norm Saxton (20.533), 13.Greg Schmidt
(20.638), 14.Tony Giglio (20.645)
B Main: None

Feature (20 laps): 1.Jake Roveda 2.Bryan Reed 3.Spider Ensinger Jr.
4.Al Cheney III 5.Kim Cooke 6.Billy Bauer 7.Larry Reed 8.Ron Coverly
9.George Quinlan 10.Jason Bubeck 11.Matt Kall 12.Tony Giglio 13.Don
Shipley 14.Greg Schmidt 15.Allen Hurley 16.Jason Saredy 17.Norm
Saxton 18.Kevin Bifulco 19.Bill Liedtka 20.Nick Gargiulo 21.Charlie
Spencer 22.Kory Fleming 23.Charlie Gunner DNS: Todd Cray
DNQ: None

SS SPRINT RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Art Liedl (17.648), 2.John Snook (17.866), 3.Kevin
Nagy (18.045), 4.Ian Borden (18.098), 5.Steve Wilson (18.170), 6.Ed
Hughes (18.182)

Feature (15 laps): 1.Kevin Nagy 2.Art Liedl 3.Ed Hughes 4.John Snook
5.Craig Martin 6.Dan Wall 7.Steve Wilson 8.Ian Borden 9.Dale Gardner
10.Dave Martin 11.Garrett Luzi 12.Tom Wyckoff 13.Frank Smith 14.Nick
Bardsley 15.John Philkill 16.Glenn Sinibaldi


Tickets On Sale For NST At New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ (June 9, 2006) -- Tickets are now on sale for one of
the most anticipated events of the 2006 season at New Egypt Speedway:
the National Sprint Tour (NST) will make its only stop in the Garden
State on Tuesday, August 1.

It's been three long years since the touring 410 Sprints have
appeared at New Egypt, and the NST will be bringing some of the best
Sprint Car drivers in the world today -- including 20-time Outlaws
champion Steve Kinser; four-time Knoxville Nationals champ Danny
Lasoski; the California Kid, Tim Kaeding; Paul McMahan, driving for
NASCAR Nextel Cup champion Tony Stewart; Pennsylvania's own Lucas
Wolfe, Brian Paulus and Tim Shaffer; and a host of others. They'll
all compete on New Egypt's tricky D-shaped clay tri-oval for $50,000
in prize money. The winner of the 30-lap main event will collect
$10,000. The program's format will consist of time trials, heats and
B and A mains. There will also be a 20-lap companion race for the
Sportsman division.

Advance general admission tickets are on sale now. Adult admission is
$30, children 7-12 are $15, and kids 6 and under are free. Fans may
purchase tickets for the NST race, using VISA or MasterCard, by
calling the track office during business hours at (609) 758-1900.
Tickets will also be on sale at the ticket windows during Saturday
race programs. There is no reserved seating for this event; but gates
will open on August 1 a half-hour earlier for those with advance
ticket wristbands, so they have first choice of available seating.

The day of the event, a special spectator gate will open at 4 pm for
advance ticket holders. No one will be allowed into the grandstands
until 4 pm. Pit gates will also open at 4 pm. The windows will open
for general admission ticket sales at 4:30 pm. Track action begins
with hot laps at 6:30 pm and time trials scheduled for 7:15 pm.

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539, just minutes from Six
Flags Great Adventure and the NJ Turnpike. For more information about
NST tickets or any NES events, call the track office at (609)
758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY OPEN PRACTICE JUNE 14TH

New Egypt Speedway will be holding an open practice session on
Wednesday night, June 14. Pit gate will open at 5:30 pm, with
on-track practice for all divisions scheduled from 6 to 10 pm. A flat
fee of $150 will be charged for each car. Driver and crew will sign
in free with the race car.

Spectator grandstands will not be open for this racers' test-and-tune
session. In case of inclement weather on Wednesday, the open practice
will take place on Thursday night.

This is a great chance to tune up in preparation for the RoC
doubleheader on June 21 and the URC Sprint show on June 24.

Teams that plan to take part in the Wednesday night practice session
should call the track office at 609-758-1900 during business hours,
to register or ask any questions.


New Egypt Rained Out, Rookies Graduate Next Week

New Egypt, NJ (June 3, 2006) -- With rain falling in the morning, and
a weather forecast calling for thunderstorms throughout the day, New
Egypt Speedway management made the decision at noon to cancel
Saturday night's scheduled racing program.

"We've got some great promotions on the schedule in the coming
weeks," said speedway owner Rick Grosso Sr., after canceling the
third racing program of the year due to inclement weather. "We're
hoping for clear weather from here on out so we can present some
great racing for the fans."

Action at New Egypt Speedway returns next Saturday night, June 10,
with formal graduation ceremonies for the Rookie Sportsman featured
on the bill. The Rookie Class of 2006 will receive their diplomas and
graduate into the Sportsman ranks next Saturday, with $750 going to
the series champion, courtesy of sponsors Advantage Financial
Mortgage Bankers and Cradle Rock Developers. Two-time series winner
Bryan Driver looks like the man to beat -- but with double points on
the line for the last show, it's anybody's game! Don't miss Rookie
graduation on June 10, where the novice drivers will be racing for
double points and all the marbles!

Also on the June 10 racing card: big-block Modifieds, Sportsman,
Super Stocks and the Haldeman Ford SS Sprints will all be in action.

In addition, the eagerly-awaited Leach Racing Associates/Delran Auto
Body Kids' Box Car Challenge, originally slated for June 3, will take
place on June 10. This twist on the annual Kids' Big Wheel Challenge
will see children 10 and under bringing "cars" they've made out of
cardboard boxes and competing in a race down the frontstretch --
complete with pit stops! There'll be trophies for three age groups,
courtesy of the Leach family -- and a bunch of fun for the little ones.

Gates open at 4 pm on June 10, with first green at 6:30 pm. Adult
admission is $16, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and under are
free.

Coming up at New Egypt Speedway: On Saturday, June 17, Cream Ridge
Golf Club presents Dad's Appreciation Night, just in time for
Father's Day! There'll be some great prizes for the Dads in the
crowd. And the highlight of the evening will be the Cream Ridge Golf
Club Senior Masters Challenge -- a trio of invitational races
featuring Dads of drivers! Be with us as the fathers and sons both
take the wheel during our Dad's Appreciation Night on June 17!

And don't miss the Race of Champions Rocket Rumble on Wednesday, June
21, sponsored by Metal Fab Pro Race Shop. A sizzling 75 laps for
big-block Mods and 40 laps for the Sportsman -- and New Egypt's own
Sportsman shoe Willie Osmun is two for two on the RoC touring series,
winning races at Five Mile Point and Penn Can Speedways! Come out and
root for the hometown boys on Wednesday, June 21 -- it's the RoC
Rocket Rumble!

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539, just minutes from Six
Flags Great Adventure and the NJ Turnpike. For more information, call
the track at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


This Saturday, June 3, at New Egypt Speedway....

This Saturday, June 3, at New Egypt Speedway -- it's a big night for
the little ones, with the Leach family and Delran Auto Body hosting
their annual Kids' Box Car Challenge for children 10 and under, with
trophies for three age categories!

Kids and parents: it's easy to make a Box Car! Simply take a large
cardboard box, cut holes for windows so the "driver" can see, and
paint or color it like your favorite race car! Children hold the
boxes on their heads, and will compete in a real challenge race on
the track -- complete with pit stops!

On the track, the Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks, Haldeman Ford
SS Sprints and Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookie
Sportsman will all be in action. A five division show!

Gates open at 4 pm with first green at 6:30 pm. It's a great program
for young and old alike -- so bring your Box Car, bring your family,
and come out to New Egypt Speedway this Saturday!


New Egypt Speedway Point Standings thru Sat. 5/27/06

MODIFIEDS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Jimmy Horton*** 382
2 Ryan Godown 325
3 Frank Cozze* 322
4 Billy Pauch * 308
5 Tim Tanner Jr.* 304
6 Rick Grosso 302
7 Bucky Kell 281
8 Keith Hoffman 279
9 Brian Godown* 251
10 Ron John Koczon 249
11 Billy Pauch Jr. 241
12 Rich Rutski 223
Tom Carberry 223
14 John Keller 203
15 Mike Hendershot 201
16 Sam Martz 191
17 John Dixon 170
18 John Miloszar 144
19 Scott VanGorder 139
20 Jim Scherer 138

SPORTSMAN
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Mike Howardson 272
2 Gary Butler 264
3 Willie Osmun* 258
4 John McClelland 245
5 Rich Scagliotta** 235
6 Mike Krachun* 228
7 Jack Swain 214
8 Glenn Pyatt 206
9 Chad Barney 204
10 Mike Lyons* 201
11 Gene Stravinsky 200
12 Keith Plumstead 194
13 Tim Apgar 190
14 Lou Farina III 186
15 Justin Hoffman 184
16 John Romano Jr.* 183
17 Glenn Hisko 181
18 John Stangle 167
19 Billy Tanner IV 165
20 E.J. Harrington 152

SUPER STOCKS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 George Quinlan** 366
2 Al Cheney III* 348
3 Billy Bauer 338
4 Jake Roveda 336
5 Bryan Reed 288
Jason Bubeck 288
7 Kory Fleming* 284
8 Spider Ensinger Jr.* 247
9 Ron Coverly 224
10 Larry Reed 222
11 Matt Kall 220
12 Kim Cooke 219
13 Norm Saxton 210
14 Pat Freiberger* 205
15 Mick Search 198
16 Bill Liedtka 184
17 Heath Metzger 174
18 Jason Saredy 160
19 Bob Vaccaro 144
20 Tony Giglio 132

Haldeman Ford DIRT S.S. Sprints
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Art Liedl** 232
2 Kevin Nagy* 216
3 Craig Martin 188
4 Ian Borden 186
5 Dale Gardner 182
6 Steve Wilson* 180
7 Ed Hughes 169
8 John Snook 168
9 Dave Martin 150
10 Jimmy Hoelterling 143
11 Frank Smith 140
12 Tom Wyckoff 130
13 Nick Bardsley 119
14 Brian Nixon 106
15 Garrett Luzi 104
16 Glenn Sinibaldi 82
17 John Philkill 81
18 Rick Cozze 80
19 Robert Liedl 76
20 Dan Wall 49

Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookie Sportsman
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Bryan Driver** 326
2 Mike Smith* 318
3 Jason Dunn* 292
4 Chris Lane 268
5 Steve Davis* 264
6 Tony Pietrofitta 248
7 Chris Bennett 246
8 Tommy Carberry* 238
9 Everett Taylor 176
10 Bruce Sprague Jr. 120
11 Scott Glenn 46


Cozze, Horton Share New Egypt Honors

New Egypt, NJ (May 27, 2006) -- Defending Modified titlist Frank
Cozze of Wind Gap, PA, pulled last year's championship car out of
mothballs to do the deed, while current points leader Jimmy Horton of
Neshanic Station, NJ, just kept on trucking, to split the twin 20-lap
Modified feature events at New Egypt Speedway on Joy Auto Parts Medal
of Honor Night.

"We built something over the winter that we thought would be good.
The competition's so tough here that you have to try, you have to put
in the extra effort," Cozze said, of the new car he ran without
success up until tonight, when the team brought out Ol' Reliable. "We
really did try with it. But after five weeks, it was enough. This
one's a real good one."

In the first Modified main, Cozze was back in top form, digging in
hard to snag the lead on lap 6 of the 20-lap event, then cranking it
through lapped traffic to keep a comin' Ryan Godown at bay. The race
ran non-stop -- with Cozze easily claiming his first of the year,
over Godown, Billy Pauch, current division points man Jimmy Horton
and early race leader John Dixon.

"We've got one hell of a hot rod here. I've got to thank (car owner
and teammate) Ricky Grosso for giving me this opportunity," Horton
said, after scoring his third of the young season at NES for the new
team in the second race of the night. "I hope Rick and Mary (Grosso)
aren't mad at me for passing their boy."

Horton did just that in the 20-lap nightcap, finally hustling past
leader Rick Grosso on lap 11 to take control. The team cars of Horton
and Grosso finished a solid one-two. Bucky Kell was third, Billy
Pauch was fourth and last week's winner Tim Tanner Jr. was scored
fifth. Finishing no worse than fourth in every race at New Egypt to
date, Horton continues to top the division points standings.

Six was the lucky number for Bloomsbury, NJ's Willie Osmun: starting
sixth in the 20-lap Sportsman event, Osmun snatched the lead on lap 6
and sailed on in for his ninth career victory in the division. Billy
Tanner IV was second, with Mike Lyons nipping John McClelland at the
line for third. Gary Butler was fifth.

Finally shaking the monkey off his back, fast-timer Kory Fleming of
Easton, PA, kept the car under him and gave a command performance to
win his first of the year in the Super Stock 20. Ron Coverly, Pat
Freiberger, Billy Bauer and Norm Saxton completed the top five.

East Brunswick, NJ's Kevin Nagy convincingly scored his season-first
in the Haldeman Ford SS Sprint division. Nagy led defending champ Art
Liedl, Ian Borden, Craig Martin and Ed Hughes under the flags.

After coming so close last week, young Tommy Carberry, 18, of
Hopewell, NJ, finally cracked the winner's circle in the Advantage
Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookie Sportsman Series, with Tony
Pietrofitta, Jason Dunn, current series point leader Bryan Driver and
Mike Smith trailing.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to Gary Butler (Sportsman, 18.056), Kory
Fleming (Super Stock, 19.881) and Dan Wall (SS Sprint, 17.293).

The track's Memorial Day weekend tribute featured honor guards from
McGuire Air Force Base the Naval Air Engineering Station at
Lakehurst, as well as a fund drive for the Disabled American Veterans
Willingboro chapter. Sponsor Joy Auto Parts showered the grandstands
with giveaways, and awarded a $100 bonus to every feature race
winner. Jos. A. Liedl & Sons Well Drillers put up a $500 bonus for
any Mod driver who could sweep the twin 20s. The bonus was left on
the table.

Next Saturday at New Egypt Speedway, June 3, it's a big night for the
little ones, with Delran Auto Body hosting the first-ever Kids' Box
Car Challenge for children 10 and under. On the track, Modifieds,
Sportsman, Super Stocks, the Haldeman Ford SS Sprints and Rookie
Sportsman will be in action. Gates open at 4 p.m. with first green at
6:30 p.m. Adult admission is $16, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6
and under are free. For more information, call the speedway office at
(609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.

5/27/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.John Dixon 2.Keith Hoffman 3.John Keller 4.Sam Martz 5.Rick
Grosso 6.Tim Tanner Jr.
Heat 2: 1.Frank Cozze 2.Billy Pauch 3.Brian Godown 4.Scott VanGorder
5.Joey Tinnes Jr. 6.Mike Hendershot
Heat 3: 1.John Miloszar Jr. 2.Ryan Godown 3.Jimmy Horton 4.Ron John
Koczon 5.Rick Holsten 6.Rich Rutski
B Main: 1.Billy Pauch Jr. 2.Bucky Kell 3.Tom Carberry 4.Dominick
Buffalino 5.Ken Carberry 6.Mark Blackwell (Pts. Prov.:None )

Feature 1 (20 laps): 1.Frank Cozze 2.Ryan Godown 3.Billy Pauch
4.Jimmy Horton 5.John Dixon 6.Keith Hoffman 7.Rick Holsten 8.Billy
Pauch Jr. 9.Tim Tanner Jr. 10.John Keller 11.Bucky Kell 12.Rick
Grosso 13.John Miloszar Jr. 14.Brian Godown 15.Tom Carberry 16.Ken
Carberry 17.Dominick Buffalino 18.Joey Tinnes Jr. 19.Scott VanGorder
20.Rich Rutski 21.Sam Martz 22.Mark Blackwell 23.Ron John Koczon
24.Mike Hendershot

Feature 2 (20 laps): 1.Jimmy Horton 2.Rick Grosso 3.Bucky Kell
4.Billy Pauch 5.Tim Tanner Jr. 6.Frank Cozze 7.Ryan Godown 8.John
Keller 9.Ken Carberry 10.Rick Holsten 11.Billy Pauch Jr. 12.Keith
Hoffman 13.Rich Rutski 14.Mark Blackwell 15.John Dixon 16.Ron John
Koczon 17.Joey Tinnes Jr. 18.Brian Godown 19.Tom Carberry 20.John
Miloszar Jr. 21.Mike Hendershot 22.Scott VanGorder 23.Sam Martz
24.Dominick Buffalino
DNQ: Doug Ostwald, Dennis Halas, Shawn Cook, Jim Robertson

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Rookie Feature (8 laps): 1.Tommy Carberry 2.Tony Pietrofitta 3.Jason
Dunn 4.Bryan Driver 5.Mike Smith 6.Steve Davis 7.Chris Lane

Time Trials: 1.Gary Butler (18.056), 2.John Romano Jr. (18.194),
3.Pat Wall (18.203), 4.Glenn Hisko (18.207), 5.Rich Scagliotta
(18.224), 6.Mike Krachun (18.241), 7.Chad Barney (18.259), 8.Dave
Hunt (18.271), 9.Jeff Geiges (18.276), 10.Willie Osmun (18.316),
11.John McClelland (18.321), 12.Glenn Pyatt (18.331), 13.Gene
Stravinsky (18.365), 14.Mike Howardson (18.371)

B Main 1: 1.Lou Farina III 2.Jack Swain 3.E.J. Harrington 4.Keith
Plumstead 5.Ebby Ridge (Pts. Prov.:None )
B Main 2: 1.Mike Lyons 2.Tim Apgar 3.John Stangle 4.Brad Freeman
5.Mike Mongiello
B Main 3: 1.Ben Donaruma 2.Barry Christ 3.Keith Nonnemacher 4.J.T.
Trstensky 5.Justin Hoffman

Feature (20 laps): 1.Willie Osmun 2.Billy Tanner IV 3.Mike Lyons
4.John McClelland 5.Gary Butler 6.Mike Krachun 7.Jack Swain 8.Gene
Stravinsky 9.John Stangle 10.Mike Howardson 11.E.J. Harrington
12.Chad Barney 13.Ben Donaruma 14.Glenn Hisko 15.Keith Nonnemacher
16.J.T. Trstensky 17.Mike Mongiello 18.Lou Farina III 19.Justin
Hoffman 20.Barry Christ 21.Tommy Carberry 22.John Romano Jr. 23.Pat
Wall 24.Tim Apgar 25.Keith Plumstead 26.Ebby Ridge 27.Brad Freeman
28.Jeff Geiges 29.Rich Scagliotta 30.Dave Hunt (DNS: Glenn Pyatt)
DNQ: Bob Dmuchowski, Bryan Driver, Marc Herman, Rob Nixon, Bill
Paulmenn, Chris Lane, Robin McTighe, Bob Hendershot, John Bohadel,
Art Liedl, Darrell Delnero, Will Dupree, Tony Pietrofitta, Mike Bent,
Mike Smith, Clay Butler, Mike Taylor, John Salvatore Jr., Jimmy
Spence, Jason Dunn, Steve Davis, Robin McTighe

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Kory Fleming (19.881), 2.Mick Search (19.891), 3.Larry
Reed (19.902), 4.Jake Roveda (20.000), 5.Kim Cooke (20.016), 6.Jason
Bubeck (20.035), 7.Norm Saxton (20.097), 8.George Quinlan (20.129),
9.Pat Freiberger (20.146), 10.Billy Bauer (20.149), 11.Spider
Ensinger Jr. (20.174), 12.Ron Coverly (20.176), 13.Bryan Reed
(20.209), 14.Tony Giglio (20.269)(Pts. Prov.:None)

Feature (20 laps): 1.Kory Fleming 2.Ron Coverly 3.Pat Freiberger
4.Billy Bauer 5.Norm Saxton 6.Larry Reed 7.Jake Roveda 8.George
Quinlan 9.Kim Cooke 10.Al Cheney III 11.Jason Bubeck 12.Mick Search
13.Bryan Reed 14.Matt Kall 15.Tony Giglio 16.Don Shipley 17.Bill
Liedtka 18.Kevin Bifulco 19.Jason Saredy 20.Spider Ensinger Jr.
21.Mark Germaine 22.Jerry Confer 23.Allen Hurley

SS SPRINT RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Dan Wall (17.293), 2.Kevin Nagy (17.298), 3.Tom
Wyckoff (17.301), 4.Ian Borden (17.323), 5.Ed Hughes (17.336), 6.Art
Liedl (17.398)

Feature (15 laps): 1.Kevin Nagy 2.Art Liedl 3.Ian Borden 4.Craig
Martin 5.Ed Hughes 6.Dale Gardner 7.John Snook 8.Steve Wilson 9.Frank
Smith 10.Dave Martin 11.Brian Nixon 12.Garrett Luzi 13.Rick Cozze
14.Robert Liedl 15.Nick Bardsley 16.John Philkill 17.Dan Wall
18.Jimmy Hoeltering 19.Tom Wyckoff DNS: Glenn Sinibaldi


This Saturday, May 27, at New Egypt Speedway....

This Saturday, May 27, at New Egypt Speedway -- Joy Auto Parts
presents Medal of Honor Night, with a tribute to Disabled American
Veterans and our friends in the military. And it's a jam-packed race
card, featuring Sportsman, Super Stock, SS Sprint and Rookie
Sportsman competition PLUS twin 20-lap races for the big-block
Modifieds! Six big feature events! Gates open at 3:30 pm with first
green at 6 pm. Don't miss our great Memorial Day weekend program!


New Egypt Speedway Point Standings thru Sat. 5/20/06

MODIFIEDS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Jimmy Horton** 272
2 Ryan Godown 225
3 Frank Cozze 216
Tim Tanner Jr.* 216
5 Rick Grosso 212
6 Billy Pauch * 206
7 Ron John Koczon 202
8 Keith Hoffman 199
9 Brian Godown* 196
10 Bucky Kell 193
11 Tom Carberry 171
12 Rich Rutski 168
13 Billy Pauch Jr. 163
14 Mike Hendershot 159
15 Sam Martz 149
16 Jim Scherer 138
17 Kenny Brightbill 127
18 John Keller 123
19 Jim Robertson 105
20 Tad Cox 103

SPORTSMAN
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Mike Howardson 234
2 Gary Butler 216
3 Rich Scagliotta** 215
4 Glenn Pyatt 206
5 Willie Osmun 198
6 John McClelland 195
7 Mike Krachun* 182
8 Keith Plumstead 174
9 Jack Swain 170
Tim Apgar 170
Chad Barney 170
12 John Romano Jr.* 162
13 Lou Farina III 161
14 Justin Hoffman 160
15 Gene Stravinsky 158
16 Glenn Hisko 151
17 Mike Lyons* 149
18 John Salvatore Jr. 128
19 John Stangle 127
20 Pat Wall 126

SUPER STOCKS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 George Quinlan** 324
2 Al Cheney III* 310
3 Jake Roveda 292
4 Billy Bauer 288
5 Bryan Reed 256
6 Jason Bubeck 252
7 Spider Ensinger Jr.* 224
Kory Fleming 224
9 Matt Kall 190
10 Kim Cooke 179
11 Larry Reed 176
12 Heath Metzger 174
13 Ron Coverly 168
14 Mick Search 164
15 Norm Saxton 162
16 Bill Liedtka 158
17 Pat Freiberger* 153
18 Bob Vaccaro 144
19 Jason Saredy 136
20 Ralph Gargiulo 130

Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookie Sportsman
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Bryan Driver** 276
2 Mike Smith* 270
3 Chris Bennett 246
4 Jason Dunn* 240
5 Chris Lane 224
6 Steve Davis* 218
7 Tony Pietrofitta 192
8 Tommy Carberry 178
9 Everett Taylor 176
10 Bruce Sprague Jr. 120
11 Scott Glenn 46

Haldeman Ford DIRT S.S. Sprints
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Art Liedl** 176
2 Kevin Nagy 156
3 Steve Wilson* 138
Craig Martin 138
5 Dale Gardner 136
6 Ian Borden 134
7 John Snook 124
8 Ed Hughes 121
9 Jimmy Hoelterling 118
10 Dave Martin 112
11 Tom Wyckoff 106
12 Frank Smith 100
13 Nick Bardsley 91
14 Glenn Sinibaldi 82
15 Brian Nixon 70
Garrett Luzi 70
17 John Philkill 54
18 Rick Cozze 48
19 Robert Liedl 46
20 John Romano Jr. 40
21 Dan Wall 23


Quinlan, Tanner Headline New Egypt Race Card

New Egypt, NJ (May 20, 2006) -- In a couple of breakout performances
that eclipsed all comers, opening night winner George Quinlan of
Brick, NJ, snagged the coveted Mr. Super Stock title race, sponsored
by Roveda Speed & Custom, while Tim Tanner Jr. of Doylestown, PA,
powered to his first of the year in the Modified event Saturday night
at New Egypt Speedway.

"I hope you're right -- we've been working really hard to get here,"
answered Quinlan, after announcer Nick Leach predicted this would
finally be his breakout season. "We set the car up for a long run,
and we were lucky that's the way the race went -- lots of green laps
at the end."

Kory Fleming pounced to the point in the 25-lap event and held sway
as Quinlan, who started eighth on the grid, methodically tracked him
down. Top contenders fell by the wayside: May 6 winner Spider
Ensinger Jr. crashed out on lap 9; April victor Pat Freiberger broke
the next time around; and two-time Mr. Super Stock and double
champion Rob Ormsbee, returning for this one race, pulled off with
ignition problems on lap 14. Quinlan overtook Fleming on that new
green, before Fleming, too, retired. And although Al Cheney III came
within chasing distance, it was Quinlan's night.

The victory -- the very first title race of Quinlan's career -- was
worth $1,000 and double points, keeping the 38-year-old driver
solidly atop the early point standings. Cheney, last week's winner
and a former division champ, was a strong second. Jason Bubeck
finished third, with Ron Coverly fourth and defending titleholder
Jake Roveda in fifth.

Tim Tanner Jr. made some changes to his car and went out and showed
his moxie in the 30-lap Modified main event, hooking it up hard on
the bottom of the raceway to slide way out front and keep it there
for the distance. Starting ninth in the field, Tanner took the lead
on lap 14, and held off a last ditch bid by a rapid Rick Grosso to
score his first of the year, the sixth of his NES career. Grosso,
Keith Hoffman, points leader Jimmy Horton and Ryan Godown followed
Tanner at the finish.

"I've been struggling with this Lawrence Engineering prototype car,
trying to get it to turn," said Tanner, 31. "A little help goes a
long way, though. I've got to thank Mark Blackwell (of Metal Fab). He
helped me tonight, gave me some tips on what to do to get the car to
turn. I don't think I could've won on a track like this without
Mark's help."

Rich Scagliotta of Bound Brook, NJ, became the first repeat winner of
the year in the Sportsman division, taking his second since opening
day. A lap 4 melee that collected half the field didn't deter Scags
and the men that made it through behind him: Glenn Hisko, current
points leader Mike Howardson, last week's winner Mike Krachun and
Justin Hoffman.

It was a strange night for the Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock
Developers Rookie Sportsman. Bryan Driver and Tommy Carberry tangled
on the final lap, fighting for the lead. That handed the win to Jason
Dunn -- but did it? When Dunn's car failed to make minimum weight
over the scales, Mike Smith of Hamilton, NJ, was awarded the victory,
his first ever. Steve Davis, Tony Pietrofitta, Chris Lane and Chris
Bennett were next in line. Despite his bad night, Driver continues to
lead the series point standings.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to John Romano Jr. (Sportsman, 17.712) and
George Quinlan (Super Stock, 19.010).

Next Saturday, May 27, at New Egypt Speedway: it's the annual Medal
of Honor Night, sponsored by Joy Auto Parts, featuring the "fan
favorite" twin 20-lap features for the big-block Modifieds.
Sportsman, Super Stocks, the Haldeman Ford SS Sprints and Rookies
complete the card. Gates open at 3:30 p.m. with first green at 6 p.m.
Adult admission is $18, children 7-12 are $6, and kids 6 and under
are free. For more information, call the speedway office at (609)
758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.

5/20/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.Jimmy Horton 2.Billy Pauch Jr. 3.Scott VanGorder 4.Tom
Carberry 5.Mike Hendershot 6.Ron John Koczon
Heat 2: 1.Keith Hoffman 2.Jim Robertson 3.Billy Pauch 4.Frank Cozze
5.Brian Godown 6.John Dixon
Heat 3: 1.Jim Scherer 2.Rick Grosso 3.Tim Tanner Jr. 4.Ryan Godown
5.Bucky Kell 6.Rich Rutski
B Main: 1.Sam Martz 2.Kenny Brightbill 3.Rick Holsten 4.John Miloszar
Jr. 5.John Keller 6.Joey Tinnes Jr. (Pts. Prov.: None)

Feature (30 laps): 1.Tim Tanner Jr. 2.Rick Grosso 3.Keith Hoffman
4.Jimmy Horton 5.Ryan Godown 6.Bucky Kell 7.Mike Hendershot 8.Frank
Cozze 9.Billy Pauch Jr. 10.Tom Carberry 11.Rich Rutski 12.Ron John
Koczon 13.Scott VanGorder 14.Sam Martz 15.Kenny Brightbill 16.John
Keller 17.Brian Godown 18.Billy Pauch 19.Jim Scherer 20.Joey Tinnes
Jr. 21.Doug Ostwald 22.John Miloszar Jr. 23.Jim Robertson 24.John
Dixon DNS: Rick Holsten
DNQ: Kenny Carberry, Dennis Halas

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Rookie Feature (8 laps): 1.Mike Smith 2.Steve Davis 3.Tony
Pietrofitta 4.Chris Lane 5.Chris Bennett 6.Tommy Carberry 7.Bryan
Driver 8.Jason Dunn

Time Trials: 1.John Romano Jr. (17.712), 2.Mike Krachun (17.849),
3.Gene Stravinsky (17.871), 4.Keith Plumstead (17.904), 5.Gary Butler
(17.945), 6.Glenn Pyatt (17.952), 7.Glenn Hisko (17.99), 8.Rich
Scagliotta (17.996), 9.Billy Tanner IV (18.009), 10.Justin Hoffman
(18.099), 11.Chad Barney (18.109), 12.Lou Farina III (18.115), 13.Ben
Donaruma (18.135), 14.Mike Howardson (18.143)

B Main 1: 1.Willie Osmun 2.E.J. Harrington 3.Jason Hamilton 4.Pat
Wall 5.Dave Hoffman (Pts. Prov.:Jack Swain )
B Main 2: 1.Kenny Hammond 2.John McClelland 3.Kenny VanDerveer 4.Clay
Butler 5.Brad Freeman
B Main 3: 1.Tim Apgar 2.John Stangle 3.Keith Nonnemacher 4.Mike
Mongiello 5.Darrell Delnero

Feature (20 laps): 1.Rich Scagliotta 2.Glenn Hisko 3.Mike Howardson
4.Mike Krachun 5.Justin Hoffman 6.Chad Barney 7.Keith Plumstead
8.Gary Butler 9.Glenn Pyatt 10.Willie Osmun 11.Lou Farina III 12.Ben
Donaruma 13.Gene Stravinsky 14.E.J. Harrington 15.Dave Hoffman 16.Pat
Wall 17.Kenny VanDerveer 18.John McClelland 19.Clay Butler 20.Barry
Christ 21.Mike Mongiello 22.Billy Tanner IV 23.Tim Apgar 24.John
Stangle 25.Kenny Hammond 26.Jason Hamilton 27.Jack Swain 28.Keith
Nonnemacher 29.Brad Freeman 30.Mike Smith 31.John Romano Jr. DNS:
Darrell Delnero
DNQ: Ebby Ridge, Will Dupree, Rob Nixon, Steve Schmidt, Chris Lane,
John Bohadel, Bryan Driver, Jason Dunn, Jimmy Spence, Marc Herman,
Steve Davis, Chris Bennett, John Marini Jr., J.T. Trstensky, Jeff
Geiges, Bob Hendershot, Tony Pietrofitta, Robin McTighe, Tommy
Carberry, John Salvatore Jr., Mike Taylor

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.George Quinlan (19.010), 2.Kory Fleming (19.082),
3.Billy Bauer (19.097), 4.Pat Freiberger (19.103), 5.Jake Roveda
(19.151), 6.Al Cheney III (19.153), 7.Spider Ensinger Jr. (19.195),
8.Rob Ormsbee (19.206), 9.Larry Reed (19.234), 10.Jason Bubeck
(19.265), 11.Bob Vaccaro (19.371), 12.Kim Cooke (19.416), 13.Heath
Metzger (19.520), 14.Ron Coverly (19.552)

B Main: 1.Tony Giglio 2.Kevin Bifulco 3.Matt Kall 4.Nick Gargiulo
5.George Marrero 6.Bill Liedtka 7.Bryan Reed 8.Kenny Guyer 9.Jason
Saredy 10.Charlie Gunner (Pts. Prov.: None)

Feature (25 laps): 1.George Quinlan 2.Al Cheney III 3.Jason Bubeck
4.Ron Coverly 5.Jake Roveda 6.Larry Reed 7.Billy Bauer 8.Kim Cooke
9.Bryan Reed 10.Nick Gargiulo 11.Matt Kall 12.Bill Liedtka 13.George
Marrero 14.Jason Saredy 15.Tony Giglio 16.Kenny Guyer 17.Kory Fleming
18.Rob Ormsbee 19.Kevin Bifulco 20.Pat Freiberger 21.Bob Vaccaro
22.Spider Ensinger Jr. 23.Heath Metzger 24.Charlie Gunner
DNQ: Allen Hurley


This Saturday, May 20, at New Egypt Speedway....

This Saturday, May 20, at New Egypt Speedway -- it's the track's
annual Mr. Super Stock Classic, sponsored by Roveda Speed & Custom!
This 25-lap showcase for the Super Stocks pays $1,000 to win, awards
double points, and is the biggest race of the year for the division!
Both defending titleholder Jake Roveda and two-time Mr. Super Stock
Rob Ormsbee had engine trouble in Wednesday's tune-up session at the
speedway. Will they be ready for Saturday? Come on out and see!

Big-block Modifieds, Sportsman and the Advantage Financial/Cradle
Rock Developers Rookie Sportsman complete the racing card, which
kicks off at 6 pm. Gates open at 3:30 pm. Come out for live racing
action and support the grassroots racers! This Saturday at New Egypt
Speedway!

AND DON'T FORGET! Our Ralphie the Racer Kids' Club, for children
4-10, is in action every Saturday night at New Egypt. Join the club
and get the Ralphie signature T-shirt, ID badge, autograph card,
monthly newsletter, Meal Deal discount, weekly pit tours in the Fan
Van and activities ranging from arts and crafts projects to parties,
parades, bounces and games for prizes! Don't miss out!


New Egypt Speedway Points thru Sat. 5/13/06

MODIFIEDS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Jimmy Horton** 222
2 Billy Pauch * 181
3 Ryan Godown 177
4 Frank Cozze 174
5 Brian Godown* 170
6 Ron John Koczon 168
7 Rick Grosso 156
Tim Tanner Jr. 156
9 Keith Hoffman 147
Bucky Kell 147
11 Tom Carberry 133
12 Rich Rutski 132
13 Billy Pauch Jr. 123
14 Sam Martz 119
15 Mike Hendershot 115
16 Jim Scherer 114
17 Tad Cox 103
18 Kenny Brightbill 99
19 John Keller 96
20 Jim Robertson 85

SPORTSMAN
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Mike Howardson 182
2 Gary Butler 174
3 John McClelland 170
4 Glenn Pyatt 166
5 Willie Osmun 160
6 Rich Scagliotta* 155
7 Jack Swain 150
Tim Apgar 150
9 Mike Lyons* 149
10 John Romano Jr.* 142
11 Mike Krachun* 132
12 Keith Plumstead 130
13 John Salvatore Jr. 128
14 Gene Stravinsky 126
15 Lou Farina III 125
16 Chad Barney 124
17 Justin Hoffman 112
18 John Stangle 107
19 Pat Wall 99
20 Glenn Hisko 95

SUPER STOCKS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 George Quinlan* 204
2 Billy Bauer 200
3 Al Cheney III* 198
4 Jake Roveda 196
5 Spider Ensinger Jr.* 182
6 Bryan Reed 176
7 Kory Fleming 172
8 Mick Search 164
9 Norm Saxton 162
10 Jason Bubeck 148
11 Heath Metzger 134
12 Ralph Gargiulo 130
13 Matt Kall 118
14 Pat Freiberger* 107
15 Bob Vaccaro 100
16 Kim Cooke 95
17 Bill Liedtka 90
18 Larry Reed 84
19 Mark Ranalli 83
20 Jason Saredy 76

Haldeman Ford DIRT S.S. Sprints
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Art Liedl** 176
2 Kevin Nagy 156
3 Steve Wilson* 138
Craig Martin 138
5 Dale Gardner 136
6 Ian Borden 134
7 John Snook 124
8 Ed Hughes 121
9 Jimmy Hoelterling 118
10 Dave Martin 112
11 Tom Wyckoff 106
12 Frank Smith 100
13 Nick Bardsley 91
14 Glenn Sinibaldi 82
15 Brian Nixon 70
Garrett Luzi 70
17 John Philkill 54
18 Rick Cozze 48
19 Robert Liedl 46
20 John Romano Jr. 40

Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookie Sportsman
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Bryan Driver** 232
2 Mike Smith 210
3 Jason Dunn* 198
Chris Bennett 198
5 Everett Taylor 176
6 Chris Lane 174
7 Steve Davis* 162
8 Tony Pietrofitta 140
9 Tommy Carberry 132
10 Bruce Sprague Jr. 120
11 Scott Glenn 46


Flyin' Brian Godown Takes New Egypt First

New Egypt, NJ (May 13, 2006) -- Sophomore Modified driver Brian
Godown of Frenchtown, NJ, flew from a 10th starting spot to take down
his very first division win at New Egypt Speedway on Saturday, on a
night celebrating Mother's Day and sponsored by Perlmutter Family
ShopRite stores.

"There were a lot of cautions -- I didn't think it was ever going to
end!" were Godown's first words on victory soil, before he choked up
with emotion and tears. "I know I must sound like a crybaby," he told
announcer Nick Leach, "but this just means so much to me. I have to
thank my crew, my wife, my friends, my family, my fans -- everyone
who sweated blood and tears for me to get here. We're not a big team
operation. But I'm hoping to be there someday."

The 30-lap Modified main event was plagued with a wave of yellow
flags before it finally got going -- and then, Brian Godown, 35, was
the one doing the going. A second year Mod driver who's been
overshadowed by younger brother Ryan, a nine-time winner and the
track's 2004 Superstars champion, Brian stood in nobody's shade this
night. Rocketing from 10th on the grid, Godown skirted around all the
skirmishes and settled right into the top spot on lap 8. The only
competitor running laps under 17 seconds, Brian stretched his lead to
10 car lengths at times, leaving last week's Heartbreak Kid Tom
Carberry and brother Ryan swinging for second far behind. At the
final flag it was Brian -- with a big, bold "B" -- in for his
first-ever Modified victory. Carberry, then Ryan Godown trailed the
exultant winner, with current division points leader Jimmy Horton in
fourth and Bucky Kell finishing fifth.

When Kenny Hammond crashed out of the lead in the Sportsman 20, fast
timer Mike Krachun of Neshanic, NJ, was right there to pick up the
pieces, cruising in for his first win of the young season. Gary
Butler, Keith Plumstead, last week's winner John Romano Jr. and Glenn
Pyatt were chasing at the finish.

The 20-lap Super Stock main was a real dogfight down to the wire,
with 2001 division champion Al Cheney III of Cranbury, NJ, taking his
first of the season. Opening night winner George Quinlan finished
second, less than a foot out of the winner's circle, with Billy
Bauer, Bryan Reed and early race leader Heath Metzger completing the
top five.

Two-time division champ Art Liedl of Flemington, NJ, was the winner
in the Haldeman Ford SS Sprint ranks. The crafty Liedl boxed in race
leader Ian Borden in heavy traffic on lap 10, grabbed the reins and
never looked back. Kevin Nagy was second, with Dale Gardner third,
Craig Martin fourth and Rock Cozze in fifth.

Pennington, NJ's Bryan Driver became the first repeat winner in the
Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookie Sportsman series.
Driver flew from last to first to beat Mike Smith, Chris Bennett,
Steve Davis and Jason Dunn to the stripe. Young Driver continues to
sit atop the series point standings.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to Mike Krachun (Sportsman, 17.721), Kory
Fleming (Super Stock, 18.588), and John Snook (SS Sprint, 17.004).

In honor of Mother's Day, moms of Sportsman drivers took their sons'
race cars to the track to compete in a very special match race. Will
Dupree's mom, Amy Wilmot of Somerset, NJ, took the trophy in the
4-lap event. Linda Driver was second, Inez Romano finished third,
with Brenda Davis in fourth. Courtesy of Perlmutter Family ShopRite
stores, the sons presented their mothers with flower arrangements in
a touching pre-race ceremony.

Racing resumes at New Egypt Speedway next Saturday, May 20, as Roveda
Speed & Custom presents the track's annual Mr. Super Stock Classic, a
25-lap title race for the full-fendered class with double points and
a huge trophy on the line. Big-block Modifieds, Sportsman and the
Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookie Sportsman round out
the race card. Gates open at 3:30 p.m. with first green at 6 p.m.
Adult admission is $16, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and under
are free. For more information, call the speedway office at (609)
758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.

5/13/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.John Keller 2.Billy Pauch Jr. 3.Ryan Godown 4.Mike Iles
5.Rich Rutski 6.Jim Scherer
Heat 2: 1.Tom Carberry 2.John Dixon 3.Ron John Koczon 4.Jimmy Horton
5.Bucky Kell 6.Mike Hendershot
Heat 3: 1.Rick Grosso 2.Billy Pauch 3.Jim Robertson 4.Sam Martz 5.Tim
Tanner Jr. 6.Brian Godown
B Main: 1.Keith Hoffman 2.Paul Kline 3.Joey Tinnes Jr. 4.Rick Holsten
5.Chic Cossaboone 6.Frank Cozze (Pts. Prov.:None )

Feature (30 laps): 1.Brian Godown 2.Tom Carberry 3.Ryan Godown
4.Jimmy Horton 5.Bucky Kell 6.Billy Pauch 7.Frank Cozze 8.Ron John
Koczon 9.Sam Martz 10.Mike Iles 11.Tim Tanner Jr. 12.Rick Grosso
13.Jim Robertson 14.John Keller 15.Paul Kline 16.Rich Rutski 17.Jim
Scherer 18.Keith Hoffman 19.Joey Tinnes Jr. 20.Chic Cossaboone
21.Rick Holsten 22.Mike Hendershot 23.John Dixon 24.Billy Pauch Jr.
DNQ: Mike McAleer, Tad Cox

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Rookie Feature (8 laps): 1.Bryan Driver 2.Mike Smith 3.Chris Bennett
4.Steve Davis 5.Jason Dunn 6.Everett Taylor 7.Chris Lane 8.Tony
Pietrofitta

Time Trials: 1.Mike Krachun (17.721), 2.Gary Butler (17.779), 3.Glenn
Hisko (17.782), 4.Kenny Hammond (17.811), 5.Rich Scagliotta (17.858),
6.Willie Osmun (17.863), 7.John Romano Jr. (17.866), 8.Chad Barney
(17.867), 9.Pat Wall (17.873), 10.John Stangle (17.894), 11.Glenn
Pyatt (17.912), 12.Keith Plumstead (17.934), 13.Gene Stravinsky
(17.948), 14.Mike Lyons (17.962)

B Main 1: 1.Justin Hoffman 2.Bill Paulmenn 3.Mike Howardson 4.Keith
Nonnemacher 5.Jimmy Spence (Pts. Prov.:John Salvatore Jr.)
B Main 2: 1.Billy Tanner IV 2.Tim Apgar 3.Jack Swain 4.John
McClelland 5.Dave Hunt
B Main 3: 1.Lou Farina III 2.Ben Donaruma 3.Ebby Ridge 4.E.J.
Harrington 5.Bob Hendershot

Feature (20 laps): 1.Mike Krachun 2.Gary Butler 3.Keith Plumstead
4.John Romano Jr. 5.Glenn Pyatt 6.Mike Howardson 7.Lou Farina III
8.John McClelland 9.E.J. Harrington 10.Billy Tanner IV 11.Tim Apgar
12.Keith Nonnemacher 13.Bill Paulmenn 14.John Salvatore Jr. 15.Dave
Hunt 16.Rich Scagliotta 17.Pat Wall 18.Bryan Driver 19.Bob Hendershot
20.Jimmy Spence 21.Ebby Ridge 22.Ben Donaruma 23.John Stangle 24.Chad
Barney 25.Gene Stravinsky 26.Justin Hoffman 27.Kenny Hammond 28.Mike
Lyons 29.Glenn Hisko 30.Willie Osmun 31.Jack Swain
DNQ: Mike Mongiello, Rob Nixon, Chris Lane, Robin McTighe, Jeff
Geiges, Wayne Carberry, Will Dupree, Jerry Thompson, Billy Tanner IV,
Barry Christ, Tony Pietrofitta, John Salvatore Jr., Steve Haggan,
Clay Butler, Mike Smith, Marc Herman, J.T. Trstensky, Brad Freeman,
Chris Bennett, Jason Dunn, John Bohadel, Art Liedl

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Kory Fleming (18.588), 2.Al Cheney III (18.714),
3.Billy Bauer (18.844), 4.Spider Ensinger Jr. (18.869), 5.George
Quinlan (18.981), 6.Jake Roveda (19.114), 7.Jason Bubeck (19.141),
8.Bryan Reed (19.163), 9.Mick Search (19.244), 10.Heath Metzger
(19.474), 11.Mark Ranalli (19.485), 12.Kevin Bifulco (19.533),
13.Norm Saxton (19.572), 14.George Marrero (19.754)

Feature (20 laps): 1.Al Cheney III 2.George Quinlan 3.Billy Bauer
4.Bryan Reed 5.Heath Metzger 6.Ralph Gargiulo 7.Norm Saxton 8.Jake
Roveda 9.Ron Coverly 10.Matt Kall 11.Kory Fleming 12.Bill Liedtka
13.Mick Search 14.Kevin Bifulco 15.Charlie Gunner 16.Mark Ranalli
17.Jason Bubeck 18.Larry Reed 19.Spider Ensinger Jr. 20.Shawn
McCaughey DNS: George Marrero, Nick Gargiulo

SS SPRINT RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.John Snook (17.004), 2.Art Liedl (17.036), 3.Ian
Borden (17.206), 4.Tom Wyckoff (17.289), 5.Steve Wilson (17.403),
6.Ed Hughes (17.461)

Feature (15 laps): 1.Art Liedl 2.Kevin Nagy 3.Dale Gardner 4.Craig
Martin 5.Rick Cozze 6.Robert Liedl 7.Steve Wilson 8.Garrett Luzi
9.Jimmy Hoeltering 10.Brian Nixon 11.Ian Borden 12.Dave Martin 13.Tom
Wyckoff 14.Frank Smith 15.John Philkill 16.Glenn Sinibaldi 17.Nick
Bardsley 18.Ed Hughes 19.John Snook 20.Dan Wall


Stocks Headline May 20 Classic At New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ (May 11, 2006) -- The full-fendered Super Stock class
will be in the spotlight at New Egypt Speedway on Saturday, May 20,
as Roveda Speed & Custom of Cream Ridge, NJ, presents the track's
annual Mr. Super Stock Classic. And the big news is that prodigal son
Rob Ormsbee will be returning to take on defending race winner Jake
Roveda.

Ormsbee, 40, of Wall, NJ, has done it all in New Egypt's Super Stock
class, winning a dozen feature races and back-to-back division
championships in 2004 and 2005. He also took the prestigious Mr.
Super Stock title race two consecutive years -- that is, until
formidable rival Jake Roveda bumped him out of the winner's circle
last season.

Moving on, Ormsbee has departed the NES Super Stocks this year to try
his hand at full-blown Late Model racing in places like Hagerstown,
MD, and Port Royal, PA. But he's planning to pick up a ride and
return on May 20 to settle the score with Roveda and, just maybe,
reclaim the title.

"It was a really good show last year -- good for the fans and good
for us. Racing that close with Jake was a lot of fun," Ormsbee said
of the 2005 Classic, which featured an electrifying late-race battle
between the two star drivers. "I didn't win it last year. So I'm back
again for this one race."

New Egypt's own Roveda, 26, is also relishing Ormsbee's return.
"Those were some really good races with Rob last year, all season
long, and you never knew who was going to win. When you have
competition that equal, it makes you try harder," said Roveda, who
picked off four victories in 2005, including the Mr. Super Stock
title, and still holds the one-lap track record for the division.
"I'm excited about every race we enter, but especially this one. It's
more laps, and that's good for the way we set up our car and the way
I drive. And if you win it, you get to be 'the king' for a whole
year!"

Roveda, driving for new car owner Bill Miscoski, and Ormsbee, back
for a May 20 one-shot possibly racing a car he's very familiar with,
aren't the only contenders for this year's Mr. Super Stock crown.
Current division points leader Spider Ensinger Jr. has really stepped
up to the plate this campaign. And April winners George Quinlan and
Pat Freiberger can never be counted out, along with former track
champs Billy Bauer, Al Cheney III and a battery of others.

They'll all be planning their strategies for the annual race, hoping
to collect the $1,000 winner's share, the big trophy, double points
and the mantel-worthy title in New Egypt's 25-lap Mr. Super Stock
Classic, sponsored by Roveda Speed & Custom, builders of Super Stock
race cars and performance engines for all oval track classes, on dirt
and asphalt.

Of course, May 20 racing action also features the mighty big-block
Modifieds, Sportsman and the Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock
Developers Rookies. Gates open at 3:30 pm, with first green at 6 pm.
Adult admission is $16, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and under
are free.

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539, just minutes from Six
Flags Great Adventure and the NJ Turnpike. For more information about
the Mr. Super Stock Classic or any NES events, call the track office
at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


This Saturday, May 13, at New Egypt Speedway....

This Saturday, May 13, at New Egypt Speedway -- ShopRite Superstores
present our annual Mother's Day Bouquet! Come celebrate with Mom -- a
full five divisions of super competition, featuring big-block
Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks, SS Sprints and our Rookie series.
PLUS! Our second annual Supermom Stocks, with mothers of Sportsman
drivers racing their sons' cars in a very special match race!

Gates open at 3:30 pm this Saturday with first green flag at 6 pm.

It'll be another great show at New Egypt Speedway -- so bring
yourself, bring your mom, and let's go racing!


NES Point Standings thru 5/6/06

MODIFIEDS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Jimmy Horton** 172
2 Billy Pauch * 135
3 Frank Cozze 130
4 Ron John Koczon 126
5 Ryan Godown 125
6 Rick Grosso 122
Keith Hoffman 122
8 Tim Tanner Jr. 120
9 Brian Godown 110
10 Rich Rutski 105
11 Tad Cox 103
Billy Pauch Jr. 103
13 Bucky Kell 99
Kenny Brightbill 99
15 Mike Hendershot 94
16 Jim Scherer 88
17 Sam Martz 79
18 Tom Carberry 77
19 John Miloszar 68
20 Dominick Buffalino 66
John Keller 66

SPORTSMAN
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Willie Osmun 140
2 Mike Howardson 136
3 Jack Swain 130
4 Mike Lyons* 129
5 Rich Scagliotta* 128
John McClelland 128
7 Glenn Pyatt 118
Gary Butler 118
9 Tim Apgar 114
10 Gene Stravinsky 106
11 Chad Barney 104
12 John Salvatore Jr. 98
13 John Romano Jr.* 92
Justin Hoffman 92
15 Jeff Geiges 88
16 John Stangle 87
17 Lou Farina III 81
18 Keith Plumstead 78
19 Glenn Hisko 75
20 Pat Wall 73

SUPER STOCKS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Spider Ensinger Jr.* 158
2 Jake Roveda 154
3 George Quinlan* 148
Billy Bauer 148
5 Al Cheney III 138
6 Kory Fleming 136
7 Mick Search 132
8 Bryan Reed 126
9 Jason Bubeck 122
10 Norm Saxton 118
11 Pat Freiberger* 107
12 Bob Vaccaro 100
13 Kim Cooke 95
14 Heath Metzger 86
15 Ralph Gargiulo 84
16 Matt Kall 80
17 Jason Saredy 76
18 Larry Reed 59
19 Bill Liedtka 56
Mark Ranalli 56

Haldeman Ford DIRT S.S. Sprints
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Art Liedl* 116
2 Kevin Nagy 100
John Snook 100
4 Ian Borden 98
5 Ed Hughes 96
6 Steve Wilson* 94
7 Craig Martin 88
8 Dale Gardner 84
9 Dave Martin 78
Jimmy Hoelterling 78
11 Tom Wyckoff 74
12 Frank Smith 70
13 Nick Bardsley 65
14 Glenn Sinibaldi 55
15 John Romano Jr. 40
16 Brian Nixon 32
17 Garrett Luzi 28
18 John Philkill 26
19 Dan Wall 0

Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookie Sportsman
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Bryan Driver* 172
2 Mike Smith 154
3 Jason Dunn* 150
4 Chris Bennett 146
5 Tommy Carberry 132
6 Everett Taylor 130
Chris Lane 130
8 Bruce Sprague Jr. 120
9 Steve Davis* 112
10 Tony Pietrofitta 98
11 Scott Glenn 46


Carberry Done, Horton Dives To New Egypt Victory

New Egypt, NJ (May 6, 2006) -- Tom Carberry was almost the top cat --
but veteran Jimmy Horton of Neshanic Station, NJ, was ultimately the
top dog at New Egypt Speedway on Saturday, after Carberry's
driveshaft broke while leading the 30-lap Modified main event on a
night sponsored by A Team Motorsports.

"It was a shame for Tommy. He would've won it hands down," Horton
said, after scoring his second win in as many weeks for car owner
Rick Grosso. "Without restarts, we had a third-place car. But like I
always say, I'd rather be lucky than good. Tonight, we were lucky."

Carberry was the man to beat in the Modified race, jumping from third
to the lead in the first lap, and then opening up to leave the rest
of the field far in his wake. Restarts, heavy lapped traffic --
nothing fazed Carberry as he aimed for his fifth career trip to the
winner's circle at New Egypt. But it wasn't to be. While running out
front alone on lap 22, Carberry suddenly pulled to a stop in turn 1.
His #23 had lost the drivetrain.

It was a whole new ball game then, with the cat done and all the dogs
drooling for the $2,500 prize. The savvy Horton, running third at the
time, now had another clean shot and he made the most of it.
Shadowing new leader Ron John Koczon through the final laps, Horton
finally dove low on Koczon on a two-to-go restart, found something to
grab onto, and kicked it into high gear to score his second
consecutive Mod win, the 419th of his long career. Koczon came in
second, with Billy Pauch rebounding from a lap 2 jingle to take
third. Modified rookies Rich Rutski and Billy Pauch Jr. drove like
pros to finish fourth and fifth.

Mike Lyons of Monroe Twp, NJ, showed some muscle in the 20-lap
Sportsman event, fending off everything John McClelland could throw
at him to record his sixth career win at NES. Mike Howardson, Willie
Osmun and Jack Swain followed Lyons and McClelland across the stripe.

Spider Ensinger Jr. of Bayville, NJ, trapped leader Mick Search in a
traffic jam at the halfway mark, then sailed on to score his second
career win in the 20-lap Super Stock fray. Former division champ
Billy Bauer tried to make it a race at the very end but came up one
spot short. Search, Norm Saxton and Jake Roveda trailed at the
checkers.

In the Haldeman Ford SS Sprint race, Steve Wilson of Southampton, NJ,
held off a late-charging Art Liedl, the division's two-time champion,
to take his first of the year, the second of his career. Craig
Martin, John Snook and Ed Hughes completed the top five.

In the third race of the Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers
Rookie Sportsman series, Jason Dunn of Hamilton, NJ, ran wire to wire
to set a new 8-lap track record and raise his very first checkered
flag. Series points leader Bryan Driver was second, with last week's
winner Steve Davis in third, Mike Smith in fourth and Tony
Pietrofitta in fifth.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to Glenn Pyatt (Sportsman, 18.021), Kory
Fleming (Super Stock, 19.058), and Steve Wilson (SS Sprint, 17.506).

Next Saturday, May 13, at New Egypt Speedway, ShopRite presents the
track's annual Mother's Day Bouquet: a full card of macho racing
featuring big-block Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks, the Haldeman
Ford SS Sprints and the Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers
Rookies -- plus! Perlmutter Family ShopRite stores will present the
second annual Supermom Stocks, with mothers of Sportsman drivers
racing their sons' cars in a very special match race. Gates open at
3:30 p.m. with first green at 6 p.m. Adult admission is $16, children
7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and under are free. For more information,
call the speedway office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to
www.newegyptspeedway.net.


5/6/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.Tom Carberry 2.Ron John Koczon 3.Rick Grosso 4.Ryan Godown
5.John Miloszar Jr. 6.Jim Robertson
Heat 2: 1.Billy Pauch Jr. 2.Billy Pauch 3.John Keller 4.Tad Cox
5.Scott VanGorder 6.Tim Tanner Jr.
Heat 3: 1.Sam Martz 2.Brian Godown 3.Rich Rutski 4.Keith Hoffman
5.Frank Cozze 6.Mike Hendershot
B Main: 1.Jimmy Horton 2.Bucky Kell 3.Kenny Brightbill 4.Rick Holsten
5.Shawn Cook 6.Doug Ostwald (Pts. Prov.:None)

Feature (30 laps): 1.Jimmy Horton 2.Ron John Koczon 3.Billy Pauch
4.Rich Rutski 5.Billy Pauch Jr. 6.Keith Hoffman 7.Brian Godown
8.Frank Cozze 9.Tim Tanner Jr. 10.Sam Martz 11.Kenny Brightbill
12.John Keller 13.Mike Hendershot 14.Rick Grosso 15.Rick Holsten
16.Doug Ostwald 17.Shawn Cook 18.Tad Cox 19.Tom Carberry 20.Jim
Robertson 21.Bucky Kell 22.Ryan Godown 23.Jim Scherer DQ: Scott Van
Gorder DNS:John Miloszar Jr.
DNQ: Joey Tinnes Jr., Paul Kline, John Dixon, Mike Hendershot, Dennis
Halas, Dominick Buffalino

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Rookie Feature (8 laps): 1.Jason Dunn 2.Bryan Driver 3.Steve Davis
4.Mike Smith 5.Tony Pietrofitta 6.Chris Bennett 7.Chris Lane
8.Everett Taylor 9.Bruce Sprague Jr. 10.Tommy Carberry

Time Trials: 1.Glenn Pyatt (18.021), 2.Mike Lyons (18.043), 3.Gary
Butler (18.062), 4.Pat Wall (18.132), 5.John Salvatore Jr. (18.139),
6.Justin Hoffman (18.142), 7.John Romano Jr. (18.173), 8.Willie Osmun
(18.202), 9.Keith Plumstead (18.214), 10.Gene Stravinsky (18.225),
11.Mike Howardson (18.232), 12.Chad Barney (18.308), 13.Lou Farina
III (18.351), 14.John McClelland (18.368)

B Main 1: 1.Tim Apgar 2.Kenny Hammond 3.Keith Fleming 4.Darrell
Delnero 5.Clay Butler (Pts. Prov.:None )
B Main 2: 1.Jeff Geiges 2.Rich Scagliotta 3.Billy Tanner IV 4.John
Stangle 5.E.J. Harrington
B Main 3: 1.Jack Swain 2.Glenn Hisko 3.Ben Donaruma 4.Bill Paulmenn
5.Marc Herman

Feature (20 laps): 1.Mike Lyons 2.John McClelland 3.Mike Howardson
4.Willie Osmun 5.Jack Swain 6.Gary Butler 7.Chad Barney 8.Tim Apgar
9.John Salvatore Jr. 10.Keith Plumstead 11.Justin Hoffman 12.Rich
Scagliotta 13.John Romano Jr. 14.Billy Tanner IV 15.Glenn Pyatt
16.Ben Donaruma 17.John Stangle 18.Lou Farina III 19.Gene Stravinsky
20.Darrell Delnero 21.Kenny Hammond 22.Jason Dunn 23.Bill Paulmenn
24.Pat Wall 25.Glenn Hisko 26.Clay Butler 27.Jeff Geiges 28.Marc
Herman 29.E.J. Harrington 30.Keith Fleming
DNQ: Mike Mongiello, Steve Haggan, Rob Nixon, Everett Taylor, Tony
Pietrofitta, Bryan Driver, Wayne Carberry, Ebby Ridge, Keith
Nonnemacher, Will Dupree, Bruce Sprague Jr., Brad Freeman, Chris
Bennett, Jimmy Spence, Barry Christ, Mike Smith, Chris Lane, Robin
McTighe, Steve Davis

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Kory Fleming (19.058), 2.George Quinlan (19.063),
3.Spider Ensinger Jr. (19.113), 4.Billy Bauer (19.151), 5.Al Cheney
III (19.186), 6.Jake Roveda (19.306), 7.Pat Freiberger (19.448),
8.Bob Vaccaro (19.553), 9.Bryan Reed (19.566), 10.Jason Bubeck
(19.582), 11.Mick Search (19.66), 12.George Marrero (19.674), 13.Mark
Ranalli (19.733), 14.Norm Saxton (19.778)

B Main: 1.Kim Cooke 2.Ralph Gargiulo 3.Heath Metzger 4.Matt Kall
5.Shawn McCaughey 6.Tony Giglio 7.Jason Saredy 8.Bill Liedtka 9.Allen
Hurley 10.Jerry Confer (Pts. Prov.:None )

Feature (20 laps): 1.Spider Ensinger Jr. 2.Billy Bauer 3.Mick Search
4.Norm Saxton 5.Jake Roveda 6.Jason Bubeck 7.Al Cheney III 8.George
Quinlan 9.Bryan Reed 10.Kory Fleming 11.Bob Vaccaro 12.Mark Ranalli
13.Heath Metzger 14.Ralph Gargiulo 15.Matt Kall 16.Jason Saredy
17.Bill Liedtka 18.Jerry Confer 19.Pat Freiberger 20.Kim Cooke
21.Tony Giglio 22.George Marrero 23.Allen Hurley DNS:Shawn McCaughey
DNQ: Don Shipley, Nick Gargiulo, Charlie Gunner, Ron Coverly

SS SPRINT RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Steve Wilson (17.506), 2.Ian Borden (17.724), 3.Art
Liedl (17.841), 4.Tom Wyckoff (17.941), 5.Ed Hughes (17.963), 6.Craig
Martin (18.027)

Feature (15 laps): 1.Steve Wilson 2.Art Liedl 3.Craig Martin 4.John
Snook 5.Ed Hughes 6.Ian Borden 7.Kevin Nagy 8.Tom Wyckoff 9.John
Romano 10.Dale Gardner 11.Jimmy Hoeltering 12.Dave Martin 13.Brian
Nixon 14.Frank Smith 15.Garrett Luzi 16.Nick Bardsley 17.John
Philkill 18.Glenn Sinibaldi DNS: Dan Wall


CORRECTED NEW EGYPT S.S. SPRINT POINTS
Corrected SS Sprint Point Standings. One driver was inadvertently
omitted. These are the corrected points.

Haldeman Ford DIRT S.S. Sprints
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Art Liedl* 60
2 Kevin Nagy 56
3 Ian Borden 52
4 John Snook 50
5 Ed Hughes 48
6 Dale Gardner 46
7 Dave Martin 44
8 Jimmy Hoelterling 42
9 Frank Smith 40
10 Nick Bardsley 38
11 Craig Martin 36
12 Steve Wilson 34
13 Tom Wyckoff 32
14 Glenn Sinibaldi 30


New Egypt Kids' Club Wins Raves

New Egypt, NJ (May 3, 2006) -- New Egypt Speedway's Ralphie the Racer
Kids' Club has another ambitious and entertaining schedule of
activities planned for the season -- no surprise, as the track has
earned rave reviews for its Kids' Club in a national industry
publication.

Stew Doty, editor of Racing Promotion Monthly, declared, "New Egypt
Speedway offers one of the best fan Kids' Clubs we've seen," in a
four-page article featuring the Ocean County, NJ, track's children's
program. "Added services such as New Egypt's Ralphie the Racer Kids'
Club set tracks apart today, giving fans added value for the ticket
investment."

The Ralphie the Racer Kids' Club -- named for the big, goofy dog
character that is the New Egypt speedway mascot -- meets every
Saturday night in the track's picnic area. Prior to weekly racing
action, Kids' Club members get to ride through the pit area in the
Fan Van, a little yellow school bus donated by two-time Super Stock
champion Pat Conaway, meeting all the drivers and seeing the race
cars, up-close and in their element. Then, at 7 pm, club members
convene in the picnic area to participate in a structured, supervised
activity each week -- everything from arts and crafts projects to
games for prizes, face painting, inflatable bounces, parades, parties
and more.

In addition to the Fan Van tours and all the fun crafts projects and
games, club members can purchase a special Kids' Club Meal Deal from
track concessionaire Maxwell's Special Event Catering. Children who
show their club ID badge at the main concession stand receive their
choice of a burger, hot dog or chicken nuggets, fries, a small drink
and a toy prize, all packaged in a colorful box -- a $6.50 value,
available only to Kids' Club members for $5.00!

Starting in mid-May and continuing weekly throughout the season, club
members will receive free ice cream, donated by various racing teams,
at the conclusion of their nightly activity.

Primary sponsorship for the Ralphie the Racer Kids' Club is provided
by Conaway Trucking, LLC, and Horn Dental Associates of Pitman.
Subsidiary sponsors are Mystic Screen Printing & Embroidery and
Triangle Copy Center of East Windsor. Track public relations director
Buffy Swanson oversees the Kids' Club program, working with hands-on
coordinator Kim Shipley and her assistant, Monica Dunn. Both Shipley
and Dunn are state certified child care workers.

The Ralphie the Racer Kids' Club is open to all children 4-10 years
of age. The $10 annual club membership fee includes a Ralphie the
Racer signature T-shirt, Ralphie autograph card, ID badge, weekly
Kids' Club activities, pit tours in the Fan Van, monthly newsletter,
and more.

New Egypt's Ralphie the Racer Kids' Club will be in full swing this
Saturday, May 6, during a program devoted to the little ones. On this
Saturday's Scout Night and Little League Night, all scouts and Little
Leaguers in uniform, ages 12 and under, will be admitted free of
charge. To add to the theme, "Buster," mascot of the Lakewood
BlueClaws baseball team, will be on hand to greet the kids. Racing
action features a five-division card of Modifieds, Sportsman, Super
Stocks, Haldeman Ford SS Sprints and the Advantage Financial/Cradle
Rock Developers Rookies. Gates open at 3:30 pm, with first green at 6
pm. Adult admission is $16, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and
under are free.

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539, just minutes from Six
Flags Great Adventure and the NJ Turnpike. For more information about
the Ralphie the Racer Kids' Club or any NES activities, call the
track office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY OPEN PRACTICE MAY 17TH

New Egypt Speedway will be holding an open practice session on
Wednesday night, May 17. Pit gate will open at 5:30 pm, with on-track
practice for all divisions scheduled from 6 to 10 pm. A flat fee of
$150 will be charged for each car. Driver and crew will sign in free
with the race car.

Spectator grandstands will not be open for this racers' test-and-tune
session. In case of inclement weather on Wednesday, the open practice
will take place on Thursday night.

Teams that plan to take part in the Wednesday night practice session
should call the track office at 609-758-1900 during business hours,
to register or ask any questions.


New Egypt Speedway Point Standings thru Sat. 4/29/06

MODIFIEDS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Jimmy Horton* 112
2 Ryan Godown 104
3 Rick Grosso 92
4 Frank Cozze 88
5 Billy Pauch * 83
6 Tim Tanner Jr. 80
7 Tad Cox 78
8 Bucky Kell 77
9 Keith Hoffman 76
10 Ron John Koczon 70

SPORTSMAN
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Rich Scagliotta* 94
2 Glenn Pyatt 90
Willie Osmun 90
4 Mike Howardson 84
5 Gene Stravinsky 82
Jack Swain 82
7 Gary Butler 72
Tim Apgar 72
Mike Krachun 72
John McClelland 72

Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookie Sportsman
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Bryan Driver* 116
2 Mike Smith 104
3 Chris Bennett 100
4 Tommy Carberry 94
5 Jason Dunn 90
6 Everett Taylor 88
7 Chris Lane 86
8 Bruce Sprague Jr. 80
9 Steve Davis* 60
10 Tony Pietrofitta 50
11 Scott Glenn 46

SUPER STOCKS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 George Quinlan* 106
Jake Roveda 106
3 Kory Fleming 98
Spider Ensinger Jr. 98
5 Al Cheney III 94
6 Billy Bauer 92
7 Bryan Reed 86
8 Pat Freiberger* 83
9 Mick Search 80
10 Jason Bubeck 76

Haldeman Ford DIRT S.S. Sprints
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Art Liedl* 60
2 Kevin Nagy 56
3 Ian Borden 52
4 John Snook 50
5 Ed Hughes 48
6 Dale Gardner 46
7 Dave Martin 44
8 Jimmy Hoelterling 42
9 Frank Smith 40
10 Nick Bardsley 38


Horton And Seidel Nail New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ (April 29, 2006) -- Two savvy veterans -- Jimmy Horton
of Neshanic Station, NJ, in the Modified ranks and former URC Sprint
champion Brian Seidel, Allentown, PA -- simply nailed the night at
New Egypt Speedway on Saturday, sweeping to their respective feature
wins during a program sponsored by Pleasant View Landscaping.

"I've got to thank (defending Super DIRT Series champion) Tim
Fuller," revealed Horton, 49, in a post-race tip of the hat. "We were
struggling a little bit with this (Bicknell) car, and I called him up
for advice. We tried some things and they worked real good -- both in
Wednesday's practice session and tonight."

Horton wasted no time in the 30-lap Modified main event, shooting
from 17th to show seventh in the first four laps, then continuing his
single-minded charge. One lap 8, he was fourth; then took third the
next go-round. A flurry of yellow flags didn't frustrate Horton's
forward flight: on lap 13, he rocketed around John Miloszar to take
the top spot. Horton never looked back. At the finish, it was all
Horton, taking his first of the year for new car owner Rick Grosso.
Ryan Godown stole second from Bucky Kell on the final lap, with
defending division champ Frank Cozze fourth and Tad Cox fifth.

Brian Seidel was equally dominant in the 25-lap URC Sprint race,
outrunning all-time winningest URC driver Greg Coverdale to jump out
to a commanding lead that he never relinquished. Dave Ely was a
strong second, with three-time track Modified champion Billy Pauch
picking up a ride in Lou Eckerich's Sprint Car out of Wilmington, DE,
and powering from 12th to third. Early leader Coverdale settled for
fourth with Jamie Bodo finishing fifth.

It was an emotional victory for Seidel, 45, for a variety of reasons:
his mom, who recently suffered a stroke, was able to be on hand at
the track for her son's first win for new car owner Bill Gallagher.

John Romano Jr. had a lot to crow about: the New Egypt native grabbed
the lead on the third tour of the 15-lap Sportsman race and drove on
to score his very first career win at New Egypt. Lou Farina III, John
McClelland, Mike Krachun and Jeff Geiges rounded out the top five.

Allentown, NJ's Pat Frieberger outran all comers to score his 13th
NES career win in the 15-lap Super Stock event. Jake Roveda was a
fast-closing second, with Spider Ensinger Jr. in third, and Al Cheney
III and Bryan Reed following.

Steve Davis of Monroe Twp., NJ, scored a wire-to-wire victory in the
second race of the Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookie
Sportsman series. Opening night winner Bryan Driver muscled from the
last row to close on Davis at the end, but came up short. Chris
Bennett, Tommy Carberry and Mike Smith completed the top five. Young
Driver currently sits atop the series point standings.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to Mike Krachun (Sportsman, 17.972) and
Kory Fleming (Super Stock, 18.885)

Next Saturday, May 6, it's Scout Night and also Grand Slam Little
League Night at New Egypt Speedway, with all scouts and Little
Leaguers, ages 12 and under, admitted free. Big-block Modifieds,
Sportsman, Super Stocks and the Haldeman Ford SS Sprints are on the
race card. Gates open at 3:30 pm, with first green at 6 pm. Adult
admission is $16, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and under are
free. For more information, call the speedway office at (609)
758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.

4/29/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.John Miloszar Jr. 2.Billy Pauch 3.Jimmy Horton 4.Bucky Kell
5.Brian Godown 6.Mike Hendershot
Heat 2: 1.Sam Martz 2.Rick Grosso 3.Scott VanGorder 4.Ron John Koczon
5.Frank Cozze 6.Jim Robertson
Heat 3: 1.Tom Carberry 2.Tim Tanner Jr. 3.Ryan Godown 4.Tad Cox
5.Dominick Buffalino 6.John Dixon
B Main: 1.Jim Scherer 2.Billy Pauch Jr. 3.Kenny Brightbill 4.Keith
Hoffman 5.John Keller 6.Joey Tinnes Jr. (Pts. Prov.:Rich Rutski)

Feature (30 laps): 1.Jimmy Horton 2.Ryan Godown 3.Bucky Kell 4.Frank
Cozze 5.Tad Cox 6.John Miloszar Jr. 7.Tim Tanner Jr. 8.Rick Grosso
9.Kenny Brightbill 10.Scott VanGorder 11.Jim Scherer 12.John Dixon
13.John Keller 14.Jim Robertson 15.Rich Rutski 16.Tom Carberry 17.Ron
John Koczon 18.Joey Tinnes Jr. 19.Dominick Buffalino 20.Billy Pauch
21.Mike Hendershot 22.Billy Pauch Jr. 23.Keith Hoffman 24.Sam Martz
25.Brian Godown DNS: Tad Cox
DNQ: Shawn Cook, Doug Stepanchuk, Mike McAleer, Paul Kline

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Rookie Feature (8 laps): 1.Steve Davis 2.Bryan Driver 3.Chris Bennett
4.Tommy Carberry 5.Mike Smith 6.Scott Glenn 7.Chris Lane 8.Everett
Taylor 9.Bruce Sprague Jr. 10.Jason Dunn

Time Trials: 1.Mike Krachun (17.972), 2.Chad Barney (18.011), 3.Gene
Stravinsky (18.086), 4.Mike Lyons (18.096), 5.Jeff Geiges (18.161),
6.John Romano Jr. (18.165), 7.Gary Butler (18.186), 8.Glenn Pyatt
(18.239), 9.Keith Plumstead (18.243), 10.Justin Hoffman (18.244),
11.Willie Osmun (18.267), 12.E.J. Harrington (18.286), 13.John
McClelland (18.300), 14.Billy Tanner IV (18.306)15.Lou Farina III
(18.306)

B Main 1: 1.Jack Swain 2.Tim Apgar 3.Mike Howardson 4.John Salvatore Jr.
B Main 2: 1.Rich Scagliotta 2.Glenn Hisko 3.Pat Wall 4.Rob Nixon 5.Wil Dupree
B Main 3: 1.John Stangle 2.Kenny Hammond 3.Keith Fleming 4.Bill
Paulmenn 5.Marc Herman (Pts. Prov.:Ebby Ridge )

Feature (15 laps): 1.John Romano Jr. 2.Lou Farina III 3.John
McClelland 4.Mike Krachun 5.Jeff Geiges 6.Mike Lyons 7.Willie Osmun
8.Glenn Pyatt 9.Chad Barney 10.Jack Swain 11.Justin Hoffman 12.Rich
Scagliotta 13.Gene Stravinsky 14.Tim Apgar 15.Mike Howardson 16.Glenn
Hisko 17.E.J. Harrington 18.John Stangle 19.Bill Paulmenn 20.Pat Wall
21.Keith Fleming 22.Kenny Hammond 23.Ebby Ridge 24.John Salvatore Jr.
25.Rob Nixon 26.Marc Herman 27.Steve Davis 28.Wil Dupree 29.Billy
Tanner IV 30.Keith Plumstead 31.Gary Butler
DNQ: Kenny VanDerveer, Ben Donaruma, Everett Taylor, John Marini Jr.,
Mike Smith, Bryan Driver, Bob Hendershot, Scott Glenn, Mike
Mongiello, Jimmy Spence, Dan Cucinotta, Chris Grbac, Bruce Sprague
Jr., Barry Christ, Jason Dunn, Chris Lane, Brad Freeman, Robin
McTighe, Darrell Delnero, Tommy Carberry, J.T. Trstensky

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Kory Fleming (18.885), 2.George Quinlan (19.028),
3.Jake Roveda (19.054), 4.Al Cheney III (19.098), 5.Billy Bauer
(19.216), 6.Spider Ensinger Jr. (19.224), 7.Bryan Reed (19.421),
8.Norm Saxton (19.447), 9.Pat Freiberger (19.463), 10.Larry Reed
(19.594), 11.Bob Vaccaro (19.6), 12.Ron Coverly (19.752), 13.Tony
Giglio (19.788), 14.Heath Metzger (19.794)

B Main: 1.Mick Search 2.Ralph Gargiulo 3.Matt Kall 4.Nick Gargiulo
5.Mark Ranalli 6.Jason Bubeck 7.Greg Schmidt 8.Jason Saredy 9.Don
Shipley 10.George Marrero (Pts. Prov.: Kim Cooke)

Feature (15 laps): 1.Pat Freiberger 2.Jake Roveda 3.Spider Ensinger
Jr. 4.Al Cheney III 5.Bryan Reed 6.George Quinlan 7.Mick Search
8.Kory Fleming 9.Billy Bauer 10.Larry Reed 11.Jason Bubeck 12.Heath
Metzger 13.Bob Vaccaro 14.Kim Cooke 15.Ron Coverly 16.George Marrero
17.Tony Giglio 18.Matt Kall 19.Don Shipley 20.Jason Saredy 21.Mark
Ranalli 22.Nick Gargiulo 23.Ralph Gargiulo 24.Norm Saxton 25.Greg
Schmidt
DNQ:  Bill Liedtka, Jim Hewitt, Kevin Bifulco, Allen Hurley, Jerry
Confer, Chip Grant, Charlie Gunner, Pete Fogarty, Kenny Guyer

URC SPRINT RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.Jamie Bodo 2.Gary Gollub 3.Dave Ely 4.Brook Weibly 5.Will
Urkuski
Heat 2: 1.Greg Coverdale 2.Brian Seidel 3.Kramer Williamson 4.Kevin
Welsh 5.Bill Brian Jr.
Heat 3: 1.Chris Coyle 2.Jimmy Stitzel 3.Billy Pauch 4.Mark Bitner
5.Jason Clauss
Heat 4: 1.Scott Pursell 2.Curt Michael 3.Joe Zuczek 4.Randy West
5.Dave McGough
B Main: 1.Josh Weller 2.Justin Collett 3.Todd Rittenhouse Jr. 4.Midge
Miller (Prov: Mares Stellfox)

Feature (25 laps): 1.Brian Seidel 2.Dave Ely 3.Billy Pauch 4.Greg
Coverdale 5.Jamie Bodo 6.Scott Pursell 7.Kramer Williamson 8.Chris
Coyle 9.Kevin Welsh 10.Gary Gollub 11.Todd Rittenhouse Jr. 12.Bill
Brian Jr. 13.Mark Bitner 14.Randy West 15.Jason Clauss 16.Dave
McGough 17.Josh Weller 18.Midge Miller 19.Justin Collett 20.Curt
Michael 21.Mares Stellfox 22.Will Urkuski 23.Jimmy Stitzel 24.Brook
Weibly 25.Joe Zuczek
DNQ: Mike Haggenbottom, Mike Kostic, Robbie Stillwagon, Adam Gordon,
Johnny Zimmerman, Jon Eldreth, Jimmy Martin Jr., Dave Betts, Davey
Sammons, Ed Aikin, Scott McClaren, Tim Hogue


This Saturday, April 29, at New Egypt Speedway

This Saturday, April 29, at New Egypt Speedway -- it's the night
you've been waiting for! The first 2006 appearance of the popular URC
Sprint Cars! PLUS! Big-block Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks and
Rookie Sportsman will all be in action! A jam-packed five-division
program, all sponsored by Pleasant View Landscaping!

Gates open at 3:30 pm this Saturday with first green at 6 pm.

Pray for sunny skies this weekend -- and let's go RACING! It's Wing
Night at New Egypt Speedway!


Rain Hits New Egypt, URC Sprints Invade Next Week

New Egypt, NJ (April 22, 2006) -- With rain falling in the morning,
and a weather forecast calling for more rain throughout the day, New
Egypt Speedway management had no option but to cancel Saturday
night's scheduled racing program.

"We've been getting hit with some cold, rainy weather in April," said
speedway owner Rick Grosso Sr., who was also forced to cancel the
track's April 8 opener. "Let's hope we'll be seeing some clear skies
for the rest of the season."

Action at New Egypt Speedway returns next Saturday night, April 29,
with one humdinger of a program: the very popular URC Sprint Cars
will be making their first of five appearances in 2006 -- and you can
count on some fast and furious competition when these winged beasts
hit the clay tri-oval! Also on the big five-division racing card:
big-block Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks and the Advantage
Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookie Sportsman. Pleasant View
Landscaping will be sponsoring the Wing Night race card.

Gates open at 3:30 pm on April 29, with first green at 6 pm. Adult
admission is $20, children 7-12 are $6, and kids 6 and under are free.

As announced earlier this week, an open practice for all divisions
will take place at the speedway this Wednesday night, April 26, from
6-10 pm. Pit gate will open at 5:30 pm. A flat fee of $150 per car
will be charged for the practice session; driver and crew will be
admitted free with the race car. The spectator grandstands will not
be open for this racers' test-and-tune session. In case of rain on
Wednesday, the open practice will move to Thursday night. To register
for the practice session, please call the speedway office at (609)
758-1900.

Grand Slam Little League Night, originally scheduled for April 22,
will now run in conjunction with Scout Night on Saturday, May 6.
It'll be a big night for the little ones: All Little Leaguers in
uniform and all scouts in uniform, ages 12 and under, will be
admitted free of charge for the May 6 racing program.

Coming up at New Egypt Speedway: on Saturday, May 13, it's the annual
Mother's Day bouquet, sponsored by Perlmutter Family ShopRite
Superstores, highlighted by the track's second annual Supermom Stocks
-- mothers of Super Stock drivers racing their sons' cars in a very
special match race! Of course, the mighty big-block Modifieds,
Sportsman, Super Stocks, Haldeman Ford SS Sprints and Rookie
Sportsman series will also be featured on May 13 -- one jam-packed
night of great racing competition, plus a touching Mother's Day
tribute. Don't miss it!

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539, just minutes from Six
Flags Great Adventure and the NJ Turnpike. For more information, call
the track at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


THIS WEEK, APRIL 22, AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY....

This Saturday, April 22, at New Egypt Speedway -- it's Grand Slam
Little League Night, sponsored by C&S Equipment! Another big
five-division show featuring big-block Modifieds, Sportsman, Super
Stocks, SS Sprints and Rookie Sportsman. PLUS! All Little Leaguers in
uniform, ages 12 and under, will be admitted FREE on Saturday! And
"Buster," the mascot for the Lakewood BlueClaws baseball team, will
be greeting fans and bringing some great giveaways!

Gates open at 3:30 pm this Saturday with first green at 6 pm.

Can opening day Mod winner Billy Pauch make it a double on Saturday?
Come on out to New Egypt Speedway and see for yourself!
www.NewEgyptSpeedway.net


OPEN PRACTICE AT NEW EGYPT

New Egypt Speedway will be holding an open practice session on
Wednesday night, April 26. Back gate will open at 5:30 pm, with
on-track practice for all divisions scheduled from 6 to 10 pm. A flat
fee of $150 will be charged for each car. Driver and crew will sign
in free with the race car.

Teams that plan to take part in the Wednesday night practice session
should call the track office at 609-758-1900 during business hours,
to register or ask any questions.


New Egypt Speedway Point Standings thru Sat. 4/15/06 (1 event)

MODIFIEDS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Billy Pauch * 60
2 Keith Hoffman 56
3 Jimmy Horton 52
4 Rick Grosso 50
5 Ryan Godown 48
6 Brian Godown 46
7 Ron John Koczon 44
8 Dominick Buffalino 42
9 Mike Hendershot 40
10 Frank Cozze 38

SPORTSMAN
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Rich Scagliotta* 60
2 Mike Howardson 56
3 Gary Butler 52
4 Gene Stravinsky 50
5 Glenn Pyatt 48
6 Willie Osmun 46
7 Jack Swain 44
8 Tim Apgar 42
9 Clay Butler 40
10 John Salvatore Jr. 38

SUPER STOCKS
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 George Quinlan* 60
2 Kory Fleming 56
3 Billy Bauer 52
4 Jake Roveda 50
5 Norm Saxton 48
6 Spider Ensinger Jr. 46
7 Al Cheney III 44
8 Kim Cooke 42
9 Jason Bubeck 40
10 Bryan Reed 38

Haldeman Ford DIRT S.S. Sprints
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Art Liedl* 60
2 Kevin Nagy 56
3 Ian Borden 52
4 John Snook 50
5 Ed Hughes 48
6 Dale Gardner 46
7 Dave Martin 44
8 Jimmy Hoelterling 42
9 Frank Smith 40
10 Nick Bardsley 38

Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookie Sportsman
DRIVER (* denotes wins) POINTS
1 Bryan Driver* 60
2 Mike Smith 56
3 Jason Dunn 52
4 Tony Pietrofitta 50
5 Chris Bennett 48
6 Everett Taylor 46
7 Tommy Carberry 44
8 Chris Lane 42
9 Bruce Sprague 40


Pauch Pounces From Pole In New Egypt Bunny Hop

New Egypt, NJ (April 15, 2006) -- Three-time Modified track champion
Billy Pauch of Frenchtown, NJ, picked the pole in the pre-race draw,
shrugged off the advances of all comers, and powered right into
victory lane at New Egypt Speedway on Saturday night, winning the
track's season-opening event for the third year in a row. The
evening's Easter Bunny Hop, sponsored by Agin Signs & Designs of
Monmouth Junction, NJ, opened to great weather and a full house.

After thanking his car owner (Kevin Bifulco) and sponsors Pioneer
Pole Buildings and Dick Greenfield Dodge, Pauch, 49, made a
victory-lane dedication to a dear friend lost tragically and way too
young. "I'd like to dedicate this race to Rich Polenz. And I'd like
his brother to come out here to the winner's circle and share this
with me." Polenz, a schoolmate of Pauch's and fellow racer who won at
New Egypt in 1998, was killed in a farming accident three weeks ago.

Pauch didn't have a whole lot to worry about in the 30-lap Modified
main event, but he certainly had some touchy moments that gave his
fans reason to squirm. Starting in pole position, Pauch immediately
wheeled it out front, ahead of track champions Frank Cozze, Jimmy
Horton and Keith Hoffman. Horton, in a new ride for '06, gave the
fans something to talk about: Pauch and Horton, the two Modified
racing legends with more than a thousand wins between them, played
some cat-and-mouse through the mid-portion of the race. And then
Hoffman, also with a new team this year, gained some serious steam in
the late going. But it was all Pauch for the satisfying $2,500 score,
his 62nd victory at New Egypt and win number 620 of his career.
Hoffman was a strong second, followed by Horton and his teammate and
car owner, Rick Grosso, and a late-blooming Ryan Godown.

Bound Brook, NJ's Rich Scagliotta proved why he's the all-time
winningest driver in the Sportsman ranks, unseating Mike Krachun from
the lead with four laps left to up his win total to 16 at New Egypt.
It was a big win for Scags, as Agin Signs & Designs upped the ante an
extra $250 to make the victory worth a cool $1,000. Mike Howardson
was the runner-up, with Gary Butler in third, Gene Stravinsky in
fourth and Glenn Pyatt in fifth.

George Quinlan of Brick, NJ, hunted down leader Kory Fleming, made a
bold move in lapped traffic with two laps remaining, and went on to
win the first race of the year in the Super Stock 20. Quinlan inked
the seventh of his career at NES over a disappointed Fleming, former
division champ Billy Bauer, Jake Roveda and Norm Saxton.

For the Haldeman Ford SS Sprints, it was more of the same -- watching
2006 big winner Kevin Nagy and two-time champion Art Liedl in a
vicious battle for bragging rights. This time, Liedl of Flemington,
NJ, was the man with the mettle, scoring number 10 on his career over
Nagy, Ian Borden, John Snook and Ed Hughes.

In the initial race of the Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers
Rookie Sportsman series, 18-year-old Bryan Driver of Pennington, NJ,
did his dad proud, hustling from eighth to steal the victory from
leader Mike Smith on the final lap. Smith, Jason Dunn, Tony
Pietrofitta, and Chris Bennett trailed young Driver at the finish.

The Vespia Tire & Auto Care Lightning Lap bonuses for fastest laps in
timed dash qualifying went to Rich Scagliotta (Sportsman, 17.527, a
new track record), Al Cheney III (Super Stock, 18.858), and Kevin
Nagy (SS Sprint, 16.696).

Next week at New Egypt Speedway, it's Grand Slam Little League Night,
sponsored by C&S Equipment. On the track: big-block Modifieds,
Sportsman, Super Stocks the Haldeman Ford SS Sprints and the
Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookies. And all Little
Leaguers in uniform, ages 12 and under, will be admitted free. Gates
open at 3:30 p.m. with first green at 6 p.m. Adult admission is $16,
children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and under are free. For more
information, call the speedway office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to
www.newegyptspeedway.net.

4/15/06
MODIFIED RESULTS
Heat 1: 1.Billy Pauch 2.Sam Martz 3.John Dixon 4.Jimmy Horton 5.Brian
Godown 6.Mike McAleer
Heat 2: 1.Keith Hoffman 2.Ryan Godown 3.Billy Pauch Jr. 4.Tad Cox
5.Frank Cozze 6.Rich Rutski
Heat 3: 1.Dominick Buffalino 2.Rick Grosso 3.Bucky Kell 4.Kenny
Brightbill 5.Tom Carberry 6.Tim Tanner Jr.
B Main: 1.Jim Scherer 2.Ron John Koczon 3.John Miloszar Jr. 4.Mike
Hendershot 5.Scott VanGorder 6.Paul Kline

Feature (30 laps): 1.Billy Pauch 2.Keith Hoffman 3.Jimmy Horton
4.Rick Grosso 5.Ryan Godown 6.Brian Godown 7.Ron John Koczon
8.Dominick Buffalino 9.Mike Hendershot 10.Frank Cozze 11.Tim Tanner
Jr. 12.Billy Pauch Jr. 13.Jim Scherer 14.Tad Cox 15.Paul Kline
16.Rich Rutski 17.Tom Carberry 18.Bucky Kell 19.Scott VanGorder
20.Kenny Brightbill 21.John Miloszar Jr. 22.Sam Martz 23.John Dixon
24.Mike McAleer

DNQ: Doug Ostwald, John Keller, Shawn Cook, Jim Robertson, Rick
Holsten, Doug Stepanchuk

SPORTSMAN RESULTS
Rookie Feature (8 laps): 1.Bryan Driver 2.Mike Smith 3.Jason Dunn
4.Tony Pietrofitta 5.Chris Bennett 6.Everett Taylor 7.Tommy Carberry
8.Chris Lane 9.Bruce Sprague

Time Trials: 1.Rich Scagliotta (17.527, NTR), 2.Mike Krachun
(17.735), 3.Glenn Pyatt (17.759), 4.Willie Osmun (17.767), 5.Gary
Butler (17.793), 6.Keith Plumstead (17.819), 7.Pat Wall (17.837),
8.Gene Stravinsky (17.851), 9.John Salvatore Jr. (17.928), 10.Mike
Howardson (17.961), 11.Tim Apgar (17.971), 12.Jeff Geiges (18.013),
13.Kenny VanDerveer (18.015), 14.John McClelland (18.017)

B Main 1: 1.Kenny Hammond 2.Mike Lyons 3.Chad Barney 4.Glenn Hisko
5.Dave Hoffman
B Main 2: 1.John Stangle 2.Ebby Ridge 3.Bob Dmuchowski 4.Darrell
Delnero 5.Art Liedl
B Main 3: 1.Justin Hoffman 2.Jack Swain 3.Keith Fleming 4.Clay Butler
5.Jimmy Spence

Feature (20 laps): 1.Rich Scagliotta 2.Mike Howardson 3.Gary Butler
4.Gene Stravinsky 5.Glenn Pyatt 6.Willie Osmun 7.Jack Swain 8.Tim
Apgar 9.Clay Butler 10.John Salvatore Jr. 11.John Stangle 12.Ebby
Ridge 13.Darrell Delnero 14.Pat Wall 15.Glenn Hisko 16.Dave Hoffman
17.Bob Dmuchowski 18.Jimmy Spence 19.Keith Fleming 20.Mike Lyons
21.Mike Krachun 22.Bryan Driver 23.Chad Barney 24.Keith Plumstead
25.John McClelland 26.Justin Hoffman 27.Jeff Geiges 28.Kenny
VanDerveer 29.Kenny Hammond 30.Art Liedl

DNQ: E.J. Harrington, Lou Farina III, Bob Hendershot, Barry Christ,
Chris Bennett, John Bohadel, Marc Herman, Mike Smith, Chris Lane, Rob
Nixon, J.T. Trstensky, Jason Dunn, Billy Tanner IV, John Romano Jr.,
Everett Taylor, Bill Paulmenn, Freeman, Bruce Sprague, Ben Donaruma,
Mike Mongiello, Steve Haggan, Tony Pietrofitta, Robin McTighe, Brad
Freeman, Wil Dupree, Tommy Carberry, John Marini Jr.

SUPER STOCK RESULTS
1.Al Cheney (18.858) 2.George Quinlan (18.914) 3.Jake Roveda (18.942)
4.Billy Bauer (18.976) .Spider Ensinger Jr. (19.034) 6.Jason Bubeck
(19.047) 7.Kory Fleming (19.132) 8.Larry Reed (19.186) 9.Kim Cooke
(19.250) 10.Norm Saxton (19.272) 11.Mick Search (19.318) 12.Bryan
Reed (19.347) 13.Matt Kall (19.481) 14.Ralph Gargiulo (19.523)

B Main: 1.Pat Freiberger 2.Heath Metzger 3.Mark Ranalli 4.Mike
Vaccaro 5.Bill Liedtka 6.Kenny Guyer 7.Jason Saredy 8.Don Shipley
9.Greg Schmidt 10.Kevin Bifulco

Feature (20 laps): 1.George Quinlan 2.Kory Fleming 3.Billy Bauer
4.Jake Roveda 5.Norm Saxton 6.Spider Ensinger Jr. 7.Al Cheney 8.Kim
Cooke 9.Jason Bubeck 10.Bryan Reed 11.Mick Search 12.Ralph Gargiulo
13.Mike Vaccaro 14.Bill Liedtka 15.Kenny Guyer 16.Matt Kall 17.Jason
Saredy 18.Don Shipley 19.Kevin Bifulco 20.Pat Freiberger 21.Greg
Schmidt 22.Larry Reed 23.Heath Metzger 24.Mark Ranalli

DNQ: Nick Gargiulo, Jerry Confer, Pete Fogarty, Jim Hewitt, Tony
Giglio, Chip Grant, Charlie Gunner, Allen Hurley,

SS SPRINT RESULTS
Time Trials: 1.Kevin Nagy (16.696), 2.Art Liedl (16.878), 3.Ian
Borden (16.909), 4.John Snook (17.063), 5.Steve Wilson (17.114),
6.Craig Martin (17.129)

Feature (15 laps): 1.Art Liedl 2.Kevin Nagy 3.Ian Borden 4.John Snook
5.Ed Hughes 6.Dale Gardner 7.Dave Martin 8.Jimmy Hoeltering 9.Frank
Smith 10.Nick Bardsley 11.Craig Martin 12.Steve Wilson 13.Tom Wyckoff
14.Glenn Sinibaldi 15.Robert Liedl 16.Dan Wall


Rainy Weather Nixes New Egypt Opener

New Egypt, NJ (April 8, 2006) -- Racers and fans alike were all
geared up to go green on Saturday, but Ma Nature had other ideas:
with steady rains soaking the area, New Egypt Speedway management was
forced to pull the plug on the scheduled April 8 season opener at 10
am.

"We're all eager to go racing but the weather has to cooperate. The
forecast is for rain all through the day, and we didn't want people
to make the trip for nothing," said speedway owner Rick Grosso Sr.
"Next week, we're looking forward to sunny skies so we can start the
2006 racing season on a positive note."

New Egypt management will try again to kick off the 2006 campaign
next Saturday night, April 15. The Easter Bunny Hop, sponsored by
Agin Signs & Designs, will feature a big five-division card of
big-block Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks, Haldeman Ford SS
Sprints and the Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookie
Sportsman. For the little ones, the Ralphie the Racer Kids' Club will
be signing up members, coloring Easter eggs, and anticipating a
special visit from the big bunny, himself. Gates open at 3:30 pm,
with first race at 6 pm. Adult admission is $16, children 7-12 are
$5, and kids 6 and under are free.

Upcoming at New Egypt: C&S Equipment presents Grand Slam Little
League Night on Saturday, April 22, with all Little Leaguers in
uniform, ages 12 and under, admitted free of charge and plenty of
baseball-themed giveaways for the fans. On Saturday, April 29, the
popular URC Sprint Cars will make the first of five appearances this
year at New Egypt. And on Saturday May 6, Jersey Jerky is sponsoring
Scout Night -- all scouts in uniform, ages 12 and under, will be
admitted free at the front gate.

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539, just minutes from Six
Flags Great Adventure and the NJ Turnpike. For more information, call
the track at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


Vespia Adds Racer Bonuses To Fast-Time Fan Contest

New Egypt, NJ (April 4, 2006) -- Vespia Tire & Auto Care, the area's
largest authorized Goodyear dealer with 29 locations in New Jersey
and Southeastern Pennsylvania, is upping the ante at New Egypt
Speedway: in addition to their long-running Fast-Time Fan Contest,
Vespia will be awarding weekly Lightning Lap bonuses to those drivers
clicking off the quickest laps in all timed dash qualifying sessions
this season.

Vespia's popular Pick-the-Heat-Winner Fan Contest morphed into the
Fast-Time Fan Contest last year, with the advent of timed dashes in
lieu of qualifying heats for the support classes. About a dozen
chosen fans each week try to guess the driver who'll turn fast time
in a select division, with the winning fan receiving a generous
package from Vespia -- a family four-pack of tickets to the next
racing event and a Silver Service gift certificate good for an oil
change and tire rotation at any Vespia location.

For 2006, the folks at Vespia are extending the weekly contest to
include the racers, as well. Drivers setting fast time in the support
divisions -- Sportsman, Super Stock and the Haldeman Ford SS Sprint
ranks -- will each receive a $25 cash Lightning Lap bonus. In
addition, Vespia will be sponsoring a nightly Lightning Lap autograph
session in the picnic area, allowing fans the opportunity to meet and
congratulate the evening's fast-time drivers and others who clocked
laps in the top five. Fans can collect driver signatures on specially
designed autograph cards provided by Vespia.

"It seemed natural to include the drivers in our weekly fan contest,"
said Mike Mintz, Vespia Tire & Auto Care Service Director. "With the
competition at New Egypt Speedway, turning fast time is no minor
achievement, and we're happy to reward the racers. They deserve it,
and we're behind them all the way."

The Vespia Fast-Time Fan Contest and Lightning Lap autograph sessions
will be in full swing this Saturday, April 8, as New Egypt Speedway
officially gets the 2006 racing season underway. The "Go Green!"
kick-off program, sponsored by Pleasant View Landscaping, features a
five-division card of Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks, Haldeman
Ford SS Sprints and the Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers
Rookies. Gates will open at 3:30 pm, with qualifying beginning at 6
pm. Adult admission is $16, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and
under are free.

New Egypt Speedway is located on Route 539, just minutes from Six
Flags Great Adventure and the NJ Turnpike. For more information, call
the track office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


New Egypt Racers Set For April 8 Opener

New Egypt, NJ (April 1, 2006) -- Before the skies opened, wheels were
turning on the 2006 season Saturday at New Egypt Speedway, with
almost 80 cars going through technical inspection, and testing and
tuning during an afternoon practice session in preparation for the
track's season opener on April 8.

The practice session, scheduled to take place from noon to 5 pm, was
cut short at 1:30 pm when a thundershower stormed through the area.

Before the rains hit, a few drivers really got to strut their stuff.
Unofficially, Ron John Koczon of New Egypt was fastest on the track
in the Modified ranks, with Flemington, NJ's Keith Plumstead turning
quick time in the Sportsman division in a brand-new Bicknell car.
Kory Fleming was the jackrabbit in the Super Stocks, with Steve
Wilson recording fast time of the day in the Haldeman Ford SS Sprint
class.

Overall, the fastest driver on the speedway, however, was Kevin Welsh
of Far Hills, NJ, who ran a half-second off the track record in his
URC Sprint Car -- a pretty impressive feat on a daytime track. The
URC Sprints will make their first of five scheduled appearances this
season at New Egypt Speedway on April 29.

The fresh crop of a dozen newbies in the Advantage Financial/Cradle
Rock Developers Rookie Sportsman Series was led by Bill Lowden Jr.,
of Bath, PA.

New Egypt fans will find out exactly who's who in the Rookie class
next Saturday, April 8, when the track presents its season opening
"Go Green!" program, sponsored by Pleasant View Landscaping. The
Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookies will be sharing
the bill with big-block Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks and the
Haldeman Ford SS Sprints. Gates open at 3:30 pm with first green flag
at 6 pm. Adult admission is $16, children 7-12 are $5, and kids 6 and
under are free.

For more information, call the speedway office at (609) 758-1900 or
log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


Haldeman Ford Sets Pace For New Egypt SS Sprints

New Egypt, NJ (March 30, 2006) -- Haldeman Ford, the Hamilton, NJ,
car dealership that has supplied the pace truck at New Egypt Speedway
the past seven years, will once again be the title sponsor of the
Ocean County race track's growing SS Sprint division, an affordable
winged open-cockpit class with a frame chassis and limited engine
size.

"The SS Sprint division is really starting to take off, and we're
proud to be a part of that growth," stated Haldeman Ford sales
manager J.R. Battreall. "We've gotten great exposure from our
involvement at New Egypt Speedway, and we hope to partner with them
for many years to come."

New Egypt's fledgling SS Sprint class, first introduced to Jersey
fans four years ago, really began to rock last season, when
Flemington, NJ's Art Liedl Jr. and Kevin Nagy of East Brunswick
squared off in a personal battle for bragging rights that went right
down to the wire, with Liedl edging Nagy for the championship by four
points on the final turn of the final lap. It was Liedl's second
division title in as many years -- and he'll tell you he's looking to
make it three in 2006.

To that end, Liedl will have his hands full -- and not only with
Kevin Nagy, or Steve Wilson and Ed Hughes, who were also feature
winners in '05. A bunch of newcomers purchased SS Sprint cars over
the winter months, and plan to make their presence known. The new
faces in the division include: former Modified driver Dale Gardner of
Phillipsburg; rookie John Philkill, also of Phillipsburg; Allentown,
NJ's Tom Wyckoff; Charles Lemmel, Hamilton; Nick Bardsley of Cream
Ridge; Glenn Sinibaldi, Highland Park; and 21-year-old David Martin
of Flemington.

The Haldeman Ford SS Sprint class is set to compete in 17 events on
New Egypt's schedule.

The partnership between Haldeman Ford and New Egypt Speedway marks
the car dealer's first auto-racing affiliation in its 32-year
history. The Hamilton location, one of a group of dealerships under
the Haldeman umbrella in central Jersey and Pennsylvania, specializes
in Ford trucks, up to 750 series, and includes a fleet and commercial
division.

New Egypt Speedway's new pace truck -- a 2006 Ford F250 4x4 XLT
turbo-diesel crew cab carrying the Haldeman colors -- will be on site
at the track on Saturday, April 1, during a test-and-tune session
open to all divisions. Gates will open at 9 am, with tech inspection
from 9 to noon and practice from 12 to 5 pm. Spectators will be
admitted free to the grandstands.

New Egypt's 2006 season officially gets underway on Saturday, April
8, with Pleasant View Landscaping's "Go Green!" lidlifter, featuring
a five-division card of Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks, Haldeman
Ford SS Sprints and the Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers
Rookie Sportsman Series. Gates will open at 3:30 pm, with qualifying
beginning at 6 pm.

For more information about the Haldeman Ford SS Sprint class or New
Egypt Speedway's upcoming season, call the track office at (609)
758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


Usual Suspects, New Blood Ready To Race New Egypt

New Egypt, NJ (March 23, 2006) -- When the first green flag of the
season unfurls at New Egypt Speedway on April 8, all the heavy
hitters in the headlining big-block Modified division will be on hand
to defend their honor.

Former track champions Billy Pauch, Frank Cozze, Jimmy Horton, Keith
Hoffman and Ryan Godown -- an elite group of blood-and-nails
competitors with more than 1,300 career feature wins and 54 track
point titles to their credit -- are more than ready to take on each
other and every other bona fide contender looking to step into their
shoes. The champs can always expect a tussle from feature winners Tim
Tanner Jr., Tom Carberry, Rick Grosso, Bucky Kell, Ron John Koczon,
Sam Martz and Fred Dmuchowski. And a large-looming figure in the Mod
ranks will be the legendary Kenny Brightbill, a 29-time winner at
NES, making his return in '06.

But this season, a new bunch of youngbloods will be stepping into the
scene to challenge the veterans for on-track respect. 2005 Sportsman
champion Rich Rutski, age 29, is moving up to the Modified ranks in
some stout equipment, hoping to follow in the footsteps of former NES
Sportsman champs Bob Worthington, Ryan Godown and G.R. Smith, who all
recorded feature wins as Modified rookies.

Other eager young lions entering the Mod ranks this season include
18-year-old Billy Pauch Jr., an exciting third-generation talent
driving for Paul Lenoir; Dominick Buffalino, 24, a former Star of
Tomorrow in the Sportsman class; and Morganville resident John Dixon,
25.

The same can be said of the Sportsman division, as both young and old
jockey for championship position. Rich Scagliotta of Bound Brook, the
division's all-time winningest driver who settled for second place in
the final point standings the past two years, is the odds-on favorite
to finally clinch the elusive NES Sportsman title. But, rest assured,
Scagliotta will have such fierce opponents as four-time 2005 winner
Willie Osmun, former division champ Gary Butler and last year's
Sportsman Challenge winner Mike Lyons hot on his heels all season
long.

Those are the well-seasoned veterans in the Sportsman ranks. But
there are plenty of young guns looking to make their mark on the
sport. Among them: Jeff Geiges, 27, who had a break-out season in
2005, scoring three victories at NES and top finishes on the regional
Race of Champions tour; Mike Howardson, 23, who was knocking on the
door all of last year; Pittstown pilot E.J. Harrington, 21;
18-year-old Robbie Nixon, a two-time National Dirt Quarter-Midget
champion from nearby Cream Ridge; third-generation challenger Clay
Butler, 19; and John Salvatore Jr., 20, a two-time winner in the
Rookie Sportsman series.

Young and old will be gearing up for action, as New Egypt Speedway
gets ready to rumble for 2006. The raceway will hold a
free-to-the-public practice session on Saturday, April 1, which is
open to all divisions. Gates will open at 9 am with tech inspection
from 9 to noon and practice from 12 to 5 pm. New Egypt's 2006 season
officially gets underway on Saturday, April 8, with Pleasant View
Landscaping's "Go Green!" lidlifter, featuring a five-division card
of Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks, Haldeman Ford SS Sprints and
the Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookies. Gates will
open at 3:30 pm, with qualifying beginning at 6 pm.

For more information about New Egypt Speedway's upcoming season, call
the track office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


Advantage, Cradle Rock Sponsor New Egypt Rookies

New Egypt, NJ (March 16, 2006) -- Novice drivers at New Egypt
Speedway will get a boost right off the starting blocks, as Advantage
Financial Mortgage Bankers of Robbinsville, NJ, and Cradle Rock
Developers, construction managers and estate home builders based in
Skillman, NJ, return as title sponsors of the central Jersey race
track's Rookie Sportsman division for 2006.

Advantage Financial and Cradle Rock Developers will present trophies
to all winners in New Egypt's 10-week Rookie series, which will
culminate with formal graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2006 on
Saturday, June 10. The series champion will receive a hefty $750
check. In all, a total of $1,500 in season-end prize monies will be
distributed by Advantage Financial and Cradle Rock Developers.

"This series is all about getting new drivers off to a good start and
keeping them excited about racing," said Advantage Financial
president Gene Stravinsky. "The Sportsman division at New Egypt is so
competitive, they could easily be swallowed up! But this series
allows them time to get their feet wet and gain some confidence,
before taking on the seasoned veterans."

Stravinsky and Cradle Rock principal Mike Lyons are adversaries as
well as angels for the Rookie class: both are regular competitors and
feature winners in New Egypt's crowded and demanding Sportsman field.

New Egypt's Rookie Sportsman division looks strong for 2006, with
nine drivers already signed up to compete. Among the new crop:
third-generation racer and Hopewell native Tommy Carberry, 18, son of
Modified division stalwart and four-time NES feature winner Tom "Top
Cat" Carberry; and Brian Driver, also 18, of Pennington, NJ, an
international go-kart competitor whose father, Bruce, made a name for
himself racing the Flemington Speedway dirt and pavement before
getting the call to drive Don Hawk's Modified on the NASCAR
Featherlite Tour.

As in years past, three-time New Egypt Modified champion Billy Pauch
will again volunteer his time to present a pre-season orientation
session for the Rookie drivers. The free-of-charge primer with
Professor Pauch, who will outline the basics of racing safely and
successfully, will take place at the track on April 1 at 10 am, prior
to a scheduled test-and-tune practice session that is open to all
classes.

Drivers are considered Rookies if they have not previously driven a
full-size race car on any oval track (with the exception of Enduro
competition) on more than three occasions. Those eligible for Rookie
status are urged to contact the speedway office at (609) 758-1900
prior to March 31, to register for the free class and the Advantage
Financial/Cradle Rock Developers series.

The speedway will hold a free-to-the-public practice session on
Saturday, April 1, which is open to all divisions. Gates will open at
9 am with tech inspection from 9 to noon and practice from 12 to 5
pm. New Egypt's 2006 season officially gets underway on Saturday,
April 8, with Pleasant View Landscaping's "Go Green!" lidlifter,
featuring a five-division card of Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks,
Haldeman Ford SS Sprints and the Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock
Developers Rookies. Gates will open at 3:30 pm, with qualifying
beginning at 6 pm.

For more information about New Egypt Speedway's upcoming season, call
the track office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


Don't Forget This Friday!

This Friday night, March 3 -- it's the first official function of New
Egypt Speedway's 2006 season! Come on out for our kick-off Winter Jam
at the Gambler Ridge Golf Club, located on Burlington Path Road off
Route 539, about five miles north of the race track.

Racers will be able to purchase licenses, pit parking and rule books,
register for the 2006 Rookie Sportsman class, and have any questions
answered at the pre-season get-together, which will kick off at 5:30
pm. Come on out and party with the New Egypt crowd -- and pick up
copies of our exciting 2006 schedule at the Jam!

Admission is free. Food and bar service will be available from 5:30,
when the doors open, until approximately 11 pm. For detailed
directions, log on to www.gamblerridge.com or call the Golf Club at
(800) 427-8463.

Hope to see you there!


NST, Mod Specials Highlight New Egypt Schedule

New Egypt, NJ (February 24, 2006) -- A National Sprint Tour date,
featuring the fire-breathing 410s and the best Sprint Car drivers in
the country; a Race of Champions series doubleheader for the
Modifieds and Sportsman; an Advance Auto Parts Super DIRT Series 100
for the Mods; and a solid Saturday night lineup are highlights of the
just-released 2006 schedule at New Egypt Speedway, now entering its
ninth year as one of the premier dirt tracks in the nation under the
Grosso family flag.

The biggest buzz surrounds the track's National Sprint Tour (NST)
event, on Tuesday, August 1. And for good reason: The newly-formed
NST boasts a driver roster that includes the very best Sprint Car
drivers in the world today, including 20-time Outlaws champion Steve
Kinser; four-time Knoxville Nationals champ Danny "The Dude" Lasoski;
the California Kid, Tim Kaeding; Paul McMahan, driving for NASCAR
Nextel Cup champion Tony Stewart; Pennsylvania's prodigal sons Brian
Paulus, Tim Shaffer and Lucas Wolfe; and a host of others. The
touring 410 Sprints haven't appeared at New Egypt in three long years
-- and the New Egypt date is the only show of its kind in the state
of New Jersey this season -- so expect the place to be rockin'!
Advance ticket information will be released in the coming weeks.

The first of two mid-week Mod specials kicks off on Wednesday, June
21, as the Race of Champions (RoC) Dirt Tour makes a first-ever stop
in the Garden State. New Egypt's RoC Rocket Rumble, presented by
Metal Fab Pro Race Shop, will feature the 75-lap RoC Dirt Modified
Tour South Region lid-lifter, plus 40 laps of RoC Dirt Sportsman
action in South Region race number three. The sophomore RoC series,
geared to the weekly racer, pits regional and hometown heroes against
each other on a level playing field -- and New Egypt's tricky
D-shaped clay tri-oval should make for one stellar showcase.

On Wednesday, August 16, DIRT's Modified stars -- including Brett
Hearn, Tim Fuller, Billy Decker, Alan Johnson, Matt Sheppard, Pat
Ward and the rest of the traveling guns -- will sashay down the
Turnpike to square off in a 100-lap showdown against New Egypt's own
posse of professionals: track champions Billy Pauch, Jimmy Horton,
Frank Cozze, Keith Hoffman, Ryan Godown plus Kenny Brightbill and
more. It's always a classic, no-holds-barred battle of North vs.
South, when the DIRT gang takes aim at the Jersey independents.

In addition to the special dates, New Egypt Speedway is touting a
family-friendly Saturday night lineup for 2006, featuring five
appearances by the popular URC Sprint Cars; a twin 20 program on July
29 for the wingless ARDC Midgets; the Big Bang Bonanza holiday show
plus fabulous fireworks on July 1, sponsored by Johanna Foods; Vespia
Tire & Auto Care's King of the Crew Chiefs Pitstop Challenge on
August 19; twin 20-lap features for the Modifieds on May 27; and a
Run Watcha Brung season finale on September 30.

New Egypt's celebrated fan-interactive theme nights will include
Advantage Financial's Christmas in July blowout; the baseball-themed
Grand Slam Little League Night, underwritten by C&S Equipment;
ShopRite's special Mother's Day program on May 13, featuring Supermom
Stocks; the annual Cream Ridge Golf Club Dad's Appreciation Night and
Senior Masters Challenge; a Wild, Wild West Night, with rootin'
tootin' stunt show; Caribbean Cruise Night; Century 21 B&R Realty's
Banner Night; and Legends Night, featuring vintage stocks and
old-time heroes.

The Haldeman Ford SS Sprint division is set to run 17 times this
season. The Advantage Financial/Cradle Rock Developers Rookie
Sportsman series is slated for 10 events, culminating with formal
graduation ceremonies for participating drivers on June 10.

New Egypt's 2006 campaign kicks off with an open daytime practice
that is free to spectators on Saturday, April 1, with the
season-opening event, "Go Green!" sponsored by Pleasant View
Landscaping, on April 8.

For further information about New Egypt Speedway programs, call the
track office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.

2006 NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY SCHEDULE
Schedule subject to change. Call (609) 758-1900 for latest
information on events, starting times, weather, raindates, etc.
Info listed includes: day and date of event, name of event, divisions
with number of laps for feature race, and adult admission price.
Modifieds = Mod; Sportsman = Spts; Super Stocks = Stk; SS Sprints =
SS; Rookies = Rk

Sat Apr 1 - OPEN PRACTICE/All Divisions (Spectators Free)
Sat Apr 8 - PLEASANT VIEW LANDSCAPING "GO GREEN!"/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (20), SS (15), Rk (8) ($16)
Sat Apr 15 - AGIN SIGNS EASTER BUNNY HOP/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (20), SS (15), Rk (8) ($16)
Sat Apr 22 - C & S EQUIPMENT GRAND SLAM LITTLE LEAGUE NIGHT/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (20), SS (15), Rk (8) ($16)
Sat Apr 29 - WING NIGHT/URC Sprints (25), Mod (25), Spts (15), Stk (15), Rk (8) ($20)
Sat May 6 - JERSEY JERKY PRESENTS SCOUT NIGHT/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (20), SS (15), Rk (8) ($16)
Sat May 13 - SHOPRITE PRESENTS MOTHER'S DAY BOUQUET/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (20), SS (15), Rk (8) + Supermom Stocks ($16)
Sat May 20 - ROVEDA SPEED & CUSTOM MR. SUPER STOCK CLASSIC/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (25, Dbl Pts), Rk (8) ($16)
Sat May 27 - JOY AUTO PARTS MEDAL OF HONOR NIGHT/Twin 20s for Mod, Spts (20), Stk (15), SS (15), Rk (8) ($18)
Sat Jun 3 - DELRAN AUTO BODY KIDS' BOX CAR CHALLENGE/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (20), SS (15), Rk (8) ($16)
Sat Jun 10 - GRADUATION DAY FOR ADVANTAGE FINANCIAL/CRADLE ROCK DEVELOPERS ROOKIES/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (20), SS (15), Rk (12, Dbl Pts) ($16)
Sat Jun 17 - CREAM RIDGE GOLF CLUB DAD'S APPRECIATION NIGHT/Mod (30),Spts (20), Stk (20) + Senior Masters Challenge ($16)
Wed Jun 21 - METAL FAB PRESENTS RACE OF CHAMPIONS ROCKET RUMBLE/Mod (75) + Spts (40) ($20)
Sat Jun 24 - WING NIGHT/URC Sprints (25), Mod (25), Spts (15), Stk (15) ($20)
Sat Jul 1 - JOHANNA FOODS INC. BIG BANG HOLIDAY SPECIAL/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (15), SS (15) + Mod Big Bang Bonanza + Fireworks ($20)
Sat Jul 8 - ADVANTAGE FINANCIAL PRESENTS CHRISTMAS IN JULY/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (20), SS (15) ($16)
Sat Jul 15 - OPDYKE LUMBER WING NIGHT/URC Sprints (25), Mod (25), Spts (15), Stk (15) ($20)
Sat Jul 22 - CENTURY 21 B & R REALTY BANNER NIGHT/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (20), SS (15) ($16)
Sat Jul 29 - MIDGET MADNESS/ARDC Midgets (2-20), Mod (25), Spts (15), Stk (15) ($18)
Tue Aug 1 - NATIONAL SPRINT TOUR/410 Sprints featuring King of the Outlaws Steve Kinser, Danny Lasoski, Tim Kaeding and more ($30)
Sat Aug 5 - BURNETT RACING ENGINES SPORTSMAN WINNER'S CHALLENGE/Mod (30), Spts (25, Dbl Pts), Stk (20), SS (15) + Ugliest Car Contest ($17)
Sat Aug 12 - KODIAK TRUCK & AUTO CENTER WING NIGHT/URC Sprints (25), Mod (25), Spts (15), Stk (15) ($20)
Wed Aug 16 - ADVANCE AUTO PARTS SUPER DIRT SERIES GARDEN STATE GUNFIGHT/Mod (100) + Stk (20) ($22)
Sat Aug 19 - VESPIA TIRE & AUTO CARE KING OF THE CREW CHIEFS/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (20), SS (15) + Pitstop Challenge ($16)
Sat Aug 26 - FOLEY INC. PRESENTS WILD, WILD WEST NIGHT/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (20) + Stunt Show ($16)
Sat Sep 2 - FAN APPRECIATION NIGHT & WING NIGHT/URC Sprints (25), Mod (25), Spts (15), Stk (15) ($20)
Sat Sep 9 - LEGENDS NIGHT/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (20), SS (15) + Vintage Stocks ($16)
Sat Sep 16 - CARIBBEAN CRUISE NIGHT/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (20), SS (15) ($16)
Sat Sep 23 - C & S EQUIPMENT CHAMPIONSHIP NIGHT/FINAL POINT SHOW/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (20), SS (15) - Dbl Pts, All Divisions ($16)
Sat Sep 30 - RUN WATCHA BRUNG/Mod (30), Spts (20), Stk (20), SS (15) ($16)

PRINTABLE VERSION CLICK HERE.
Schedule subject to change. Call (609) 758-1900 for latest information.


New Egypt Implements Mod Spec Motor Program

New Egypt, NJ (January 28, 2006) -- With the price of fielding a
competitive big-block Modified escalating year after year -- notably,
in the engine department -- New Egypt Speedway management has made
the first move to try to rein in costs by implementing a test program
for a spec big-block motor in 2006.

The spec motor built and tested by T/K Performance of Green Brook,
NJ, is a 467 c.i.d. cast-iron big-block, featuring a specified
laundry list of top-shelf name-brand engine components (World
Products, Callies, Jesel, Manley, Moroso, Brodix/M2 cylinder heads,
etc.), that produced 780 hp @ 7100 rpm and 660 ft/lbs of torque @
5400 rpm on the dyno.

"It's a solid piece with all quality parts that will live, week in
and week out," said Mike Truppi of T/K Performance. "And the motor
makes power over a very broad, usable range."

Factoring in manufacturer incentives, the spec motor has a price tag
of under $18,000. Still expensive? True. But a far cry from the
$38,000+ powerplants currently considered the hot ticket in the
division.

"This is a lifeline for the little guy who's been struggling to
compete against the big guns, and a helping hand for the Sportsman
racer who's hoping to move up to Modified," said New Egypt Speedway
promoter Jim Swanson, who has been researching the spec engine
program for more than a year. "This spec motor is certainly not the
cure-all for the trend of escalating costs in the sport. But we think
it will help. And the time to sit back and do nothing has certainly
passed."

As specified, the test motor is legal for Modified competition at
every track in the Northeast -- "It is not a one-track-only motor,"
Swanson pointed out. As an incentive, the Modified spec motor will
initially receive a 50 pound weight break at New Egypt in 2006, with
minimum car weight pegged at 2450 lbs. vs. 2500 lbs. for an existing
big-block. Swanson has been in contact with other area promoters of
big-block Modified racing, and many say they will follow suit.

"We're more than willing to pioneer this project, to try to save the
Modified class. And we hope we can move others to follow us in the
future," Swanson stated.

To ensure the integrity of the program during the test period, New
Egypt management will launch the project with three authorized engine
builders, at this time. Mike Truppi of T/K Performance
(732-968-2030), Mark Rainey of Tony Feil Competition Engines
(908-526-2220) and Ron Ross of Simonek Performance (732-751-1902) are
on-board to produce the spec motor. All engines will be sealed at the
respective shops.

For more information about the spec motor program or New Egypt
Speedway's upcoming season, call the track office at (609) 758-1900
or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net.


New Egypt Schedules Pre-Season Winter Jam

New Egypt, NJ (January 26, 2006) -- The first official function of
the 2006 racing season will take place on Friday night, March 3, as
New Egypt Speedway kicks off its annual Winter Jam at the Gambler
Ridge Golf Club in Cream Ridge, NJ.

Racers will be able to purchase licenses, pit parking and rule books,
register for the 2006 Rookie Sportsman class, and have any questions
answered by track officials at the pre-season get-together, which
will kick off at 5:30 pm. Fans are also urged to come out and party
with the New Egypt crowd as the track's 2006 schedule will be
introduced at the Jam.

"The schedule is in the works now," said promoter Jim Swanson. "We're
planning to open on Saturday, April 8 with a free-to-the-public
practice day the Saturday prior."

In addition, track owner Rick Grosso Sr. pointed out that pricing for
key racer items -- namely, pit licenses and pit parking -- will
remain the same as last year. Licenses will be sold at the Jam for
$75; after April 1, the price will increase to $100. Reserved pit
parking spots are $75 each, and are assigned at the track's
discretion.

Every driver who races at New Egypt in 2006 must purchase a pit
license in order to compete. And due to an increasing influx of
personal golf carts and four-wheelers in the pit area, the track will
once again require a registration fee of $50 for each such vehicle.
Those registration forms and safety guidelines for pit vehicles,
issued only to participating race teams, will be available at the
March 3 Jam.

For the past four years, the annual Winter Jam allows New Egypt
racers, track employees and fans a chance to congregate and get their
paperwork and purchases completed, have any questions answered, and
catch up with each other before the speedway opens for the year.

Admission is free. Food and full bar service will be available from
5:30, when the doors open, until approximately 11 pm. Gambler Ridge
Golf Club, site of last year's Winter Jam, is located on Burlington
Path Road off Route 539, about five miles north of the speedway. For
more detailed directions, log on to www.gamblerridge.com or call the
Golf Club at (800) 427-8463.

For more information about the Winter Jam or New Egypt Speedway's
upcoming season, call the track office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to
www.newegyptspeedway.net.


Most Rules Remain Unchanged For New Egypt Racers

New Egypt, NJ (December 27, 2005) -- After reviewing the current rule
book and vendor contracts, New Egypt Speedway management has made
very few changes in existing rules for the 2006 season -- a fact that
should please most of the racers who regularly compete at the
half-mile dirt tri-oval.

The same tire rules will remain in effect, with American Racer spec
tires mandatory in the Modified, Sportsman and Super Stock classes.
Hoosier will continue to supply the tires for the SS Sprint division.
Both NES spec tire brands can be purchased through Pit Stop Tire
Service in Frenchtown, NJ, (908) 996-7288. As has been the case for
the past eight years, Pit Stop Tire Service will also have a tire
truck at the track on all race nights.

One major change for 2006: the speedway will no longer seal Sportsman
or Super Stock engines.

"Motors will be teched at the race track on a random basis,
throughout the season," stated promoter Jim Swanson.  "And any
competitor who is found to be running illegal components during any
of these spontaneous tech sessions will be dealt with severely: he or
she will lose all points acquired to date for the year, plus any
monies won on the night of the infraction. Depending on the
violation, a substantial fine may also be imposed."

All Sportsman and Super Stock motors are required to have a one-inch
diameter inspection plug in the oil pan.

Updated 2006 rules for the Super Stock and SS Sprint classes are now
available for download on the Driver Standings page of the official
track website, www.newegyptspeedway.net. Modified, Sportsman and any
procedural rule changes will be updated and released by January 20.

For more information about the 2006 rule book, call the track office
at (609) 758-1900 and leave a message. The office will be closed for
business until January 11.


ELECTION TIME IS DRAWING NEAR -- make your voice heard!

When you go to the polls on Tuesday, November 8. . .remember the
friends of auto racing when you cast your ballot. We at New Egypt
Speedway give our support to New Egypt Mayor and 30th District
Assemblyman Ron Dancer. And in New Jersey's 12th District, Jen Beck
and Declan O'Scanlon are looking to oust the incumbent Assemblymen
who attempted to shut down Raceway Park and all the oval tracks in
New Jersey last year. The grassroots fans fought back last fall, and
incumbents Panter and Morgan were forced to withdraw their anti-auto
racing legislation. So please support our sport by supporting Beck
and O'Scanlon for Assembly in the 12th District.

Keep auto racing alive in New Jersey by casting your vote on November
8!

You are in New Jersey's 12th District if you live in: Colts Neck,
East Windsor, Englishtown, Fair Haven, Freehold, Hightstown, Little
Silver, Manalapan, Marlboro, Millstone, Oceanport, Red Bank,
Shrewsbury or Tinton Falls.

You are in New Jersey's 30th District if you live in: Allentown,
Bordentown, Chesterfield, Farmingdale, Fieldsboro, Howell, Jackson,
Lakewood, New Hanover, North Hanover, Plumsted, Roosevelt, Upper
Freehold or Washington.


New Egypt Stars Celebrate on $54,500+ Night

New Egypt, NJ (November 5, 2005) -- New Egypt Speedway racers
celebrated the end of the 2005 season in high style on Saturday
night, with $54,500 in point fund awards being distributed during the
track's gala annual banquet, "Evening with the Stars," at the
fabulous Bally's Park Place Casino in Atlantic City.

Thirty-eight drivers in five divisions shared the all-cash point
awards and the night's honors. Modified champion Frank Cozze of Wind
Gap, PA -- who hightailed it to the awards ceremony after finishing
sixth at the Syracuse mile earlier in the day -- was the top honoree:
Cozze's consistent string of 21 top 10 finishes in 23 starts won him
the $10,000 point fund bonanza and his second New Egypt track title
in the past three years. Young Rich Rutski of Somerville, NJ, claimed
the $3,000 Sportsman division title, his first at New Egypt. Wall,
NJ's Rob Ormsbee repeated in the Super Stock ranks, taking the $1,500
championship for the second year in a row. Also claiming back-to-back
titles was Art Liedl Jr. of Flemington, NJ, in the Haldeman Ford DIRT
SS Sprint division, while Randy Yaple, Ewing, NJ, topped the Rookie
Sportsman Series and collected $750 from sponsors Advantage Financial
and Cradle Rock Developers.

In addition to the cash awards, the top guns in all divisions also
received trophies courtesy of Sunoco Racing Fuels and championship
jackets from American Racer distributor Lias Tire and Hoosier Tire
East.

Before a crowd of over 450 celebrants, New Egypt's "dynamic duo" of
Nick Leach and Pete Wortman served as black-tie masters of ceremony
for the evening, which also honored many drivers in special award
categories.

Most Improved Driver Awards went to John Keller (Modified), Fred
Dmuchowski Jr. (Sportsman) and Al Boytis (Super Stock). Drivers Sam
Martz (Modified), Lou Farina III (Sportsman) and George Quinlan
(Super Stock) received Determination Awards for their perseverance
throughout the season. Ron John Koczon (Modified), Jeff Geiges
(Sportsman) and Spider Ensinger Jr. (Super Stock) were named New
Egypt's Stars of Tomorrow in their respective divisions. Best
Appearing Car Awards went to Tim Tanner Jr. (Modified), Mike Krachun
(Sportsman) and Kevin Bifulco (Super Stock). Super Stock driver Jake
Roveda was awarded Best Victory Lane Interview.

For triumphantly battling back after suffering a broken arm in a
nasty early-season wreck, 2005 SS Sprint titlist Art Liedl Jr. was
presented the track's first-ever Spirit Award. Rich Roveda Jr., crew
chief for his brother Jake and key man at the speed shop that
produced three of the top 10 Super Stocks, was presented with
Mechanic of the Year honors. For his positive attitude and weekly
support of the track's fan programs and Kids' Club, Sportsman driver
Chad Barney was the recipient of the Sportsmanship Award.

In addition, 47 drivers were presented with Loyalty Awards for
perfect attendance in 2005.

Corporate sponsors and others receiving special recognition for their
support and involvement in the speedway's continued success were
Vespia Tire & Auto Care; Perlmutter Family ShopRite Superstores;
Haldeman Ford; Racing Electronics; Advantage Financial; and Cradle
Rock Developers.

A New Egypt Speedway Employee Recognition Award, along with an
American Racer jacket, was presented to pit steward Clay Butler.

Saturday's banquet concluded all racing activity at the speedway for
the season. Earl and Doug Megill will be hosting their annual Fall
Racer's Flea Market on the track grounds on Saturday, December 3 from
7:30 am to 2 pm. For more info on the flea market, contact Earl
Megill at (732) 681-3776 after 6 pm.

Over the winter months, news will be forthcoming regarding the 2006
schedule for New Egypt Speedway's "big" half mile track, and also the
newly added Quarter Midget dirt oval -- Little "E" -- and a yet-to-be
constructed one-fifth mile inner track. For all the latest updates,
sign up for the track's free "Friends & Family" email news service on
the official website: www.newegyptspeedway.net. For further
information, contact the speedway office at (609) 758-1900.


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