August 2, 2008

New Egypt Speedway Review  

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Modified Winner Tom Carberry



Tonight I attended New Egypt Speedway and saw some nice racing. New Egypt Speedway is a 4/10 mile dirt track located in South Jersey.

They ran 5 divisions tonight: Modifieds (big block), Sportsman (modified running restricted small block), Super Stock (like a late model), Crate 1 Sportsman (Modified cars using crate engines), and Outlaw Stock (street cars with cages, aka Bomber class).

The track had to deal with a rain delay, but once they got going, the show moved along pretty well tonight. I think 5 classes is a bit much, especially with 3 divisions running the same chassis (with different engines), but with the Crate 1 and Outlaw classes only running a feature, the entire program was over in about 4 hours. There is also a sprint class that runs at New Egypt, but they were off tonight.

The track surface was smooth tonight with plenty of bite.

You can get the race results online at the SouthJerseyDirtRacing.com message board, or directly at newegyptspeedway.net. Apparently there is some sort of pissing match between the two sites over New Egypt race results, so you may have to check both sites.


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