JJ Grasso simply dominated Tuesday’s ‘Jersey Rush’ 410 sprint feature. Grasso started on the pole of the 30-lap feature and won by half a track over Fred Rahmer.
Grasso is two for two in 410 races at New Egypt, having won the 2011 edition of the race and was rideless for the event last year. He also has six URC 360 sprint wins at the speedway.
Billy Pauch survived an intense late race battle with Ryan Godown for the modified win. The race was open to both the New Egypt/PA-legal 358 and big block motors. Pauch and Godown both had big block power while third place finisher Sammy Piazza finished third in a small block.
‘Jersey Rush III’ was a co-promotion between Thunder on the Hill promoter Bob Miller and Area Auto Racing News publisher Len Sammons.
It was a spectacular night of racing at Kutztown with incredible racing and racy surface.
Billy Pauch and USAC star Bryan Clauson had a great battle for the lead with Pauch ultimately coming out on top in the SpeedSTRs.
Kenny Brightbill was quickest in SpeedSTR timed hot laps but was involved in a mid-race incident and restarted at the rear of the field. From there he went on a tear and charged back up for a podium finish.
Jason VanDoren won a wingless 600 micro thriller over James Morris and Kyle Lick.
PAUCH TAKES BIG BLOCK MODIFIED POKER SERIES FINALE AT BRIDGEPORT SPEEDWAY
(Track Press Release) Swedesboro, NJ – On day two of Wild Card Weekend at Bridgeport Speedway, Billy Pauch, Sr. took the checkered flag in the Big Block Modified Poker Series finale. Craig Whitmoyer topped the competition in the Open Sportsmen contest. The TSRS Sprint Car feature was won by Kyle Reinhardt.
Billy Pauch took the fourth hand of the Bridgeport Speedway Poker Series on Thursday night to mixed reaction following his late race pass on Jimmy Horton in 40-lap big block modified feature event. Travis Hill scored the win in the crate sportsman division while Jeff Dirkes was victorious in the outlaw stocks.
IRENE FAILS TO STOP THE JERSEY RUSH. . . . .
JJ GRASSO STORMS TO IMPRESSIVE $5,000 410 SPRINT VICTORY AS BILLY PAUCH TOPS THE MODIFIEDS IN THE “JERSEY RUSH” TUESDAY NIGHT AT NEW EGYPT SPEEDWAY
(Event Press Release) NEW EGYPT, NJ – Rain, hail, sleet and snow will not stop the mailman and Hurricane Irene was not about to stop the first presentation of the “JERSEY RUSH” Tuesday night at the New Egypt Speedway.
The event battled plenty of rain, damaging high winds and even a power outage at the track, but when it was all said and done, JJ Grasso of Pedricktown, NJ lived up to his “Jersey Jet” name to win the 30 lap, $5,000 to win JERSEY RUSH.