Quick Results 06/16/2021

USAC AMSOIL SPRINT CARS: 1. Robert Ballou, 2. Shane Cottle, 3. Chris Windom, 4. Brady Bacon, 5. Briggs Danner, 6. Justin Grant, 7. CJ Leary, 8. Timmy Buckwalter, 9. Steven Drevicki, 10. Kevin Thomas Jr., 11. Jake Swanson, 12. Tanner Thorson, 13. Logan Seavey, 14. Charles Davis Jr., 15. Isaac Chapple, 16. Paul Nienhiser, 17. Alex Bright, 18. Chase Stockton, 19. Brandon Mattox, 20. Mark Bitner, 21. Mark Smith, 22. Matt Westfall, 23. Nash Ely 

FOLEY CAT MODIFIEDS: 1. Ryan Godown, 2. Tyler Dippel, 3. Sam Martz, 4. Matt Stangle, 5. Alex Yankowski, 6. Rick Laubach, 7. Ryan Krachun, 8. Davey Sammons, 9. Jimmy Blewett, 10. Wade Hendrickson, 11. Troy Ale, 12. Billy Osmun III, 13. Blaine Braclin, 14. WB James, 15. Nick Keefe, 16. Dominick Buffalino, 17. Neal Williams, 18. Mike Franz, 19. Ryan Watt, 20. Jim Gallagher Jr., 21. Jimmy Horton, 22. Billy Pauch Jr., 23. Jim Britt, 24. Rich Rutski, 25. Joseph Watson

KEMERY, BILL, HENRY AND CARRAGHAN VISIT WEAKNECHT ARCHERY VICTORY LANE

Bridgeport, NJ – Just days before he moves into a new ride, Matt Stangle took his family owned Ace Materials No. 6 to Weaknecht Archery Victory Lane after winning the Foley Cat Modified thirty lap feature on the high banks of the Bridgeport Motorsports Park.

Steve Kemery came out on top of a highly contested South Jersey Overhead Door 602 Crate Sportsman feature event that saw four wide racing for the lead. TJ Henry picked up the win in the Sunbelt Rentals Street Stocks in just his second appearance of the 2021 season. Ethan Bill waited until the final corner of the final lap in the DA’s Auto Body and Repair Rookie feature to take the lead for his fifth win of the season. Dave Carraghan made his first appearance of 2021 on the Spirit Auto Center quarter mile and raced to the win in the Afternoon Matinee for the All Star Slingshots.

Matt Stangle was a man on a mission. As Stangle prepares to move into the Danny’s Pizza Pizzazz No. 51 this week, he had one last thing to accomplish. Stangle told his dad, John, that he wanted to win in their own No. 6. And that’s exactly what he did!

Stangle started eleventh on the grid – sharing the sixth row with Alex Yankowski with 2021 feature winners, Dominick Buffalino and Ryan Godown right behind him. Troy Ale grabbed the lead from Jim Gallagher, Jr. on the initial lap and led through lap seven when Jim Britt and his CIL Underground No. 118 challenged for the top spot. Britt led laps eight and nine but it was Stangle who raced ahead of the field following a lap ten restart.

Ryan Krachun and Dominick Buffalino raced into second and third behind Stangle. Ryan Godown made a four-car race just a few laps later. Krachun and Buffalino raced each other for second, lap after lap. As the leaders approached lapped traffic, Stangle showed a clear advantage as the leader was able to move through the traffic with ease.

The lapped traffic caused quite a bit of congestion in front of the leaders in the final laps but Stangle raced to the checkered flag for the win. After trading the position back and forth, Krachun raced to the finish line ahead of Buffalino with Godown in fourth. Alex Yankowski worked his way through traffic to finish fifth.

Billy Pauch, Tommy Beamer, Britt, Billy Pauch, Jr. and Billy Osmun III completed the top ten at the end of the thirty lap feature.

In addition to picking up the win, Stangle was able to get in some practice laps with the Sommerling No. 51. The crew had a new mount ready for Stangle who will make his first Bridgeport start in his new ride on Wednesday when the Modifieds join the Eastern Storm USAC Sprint cars in a doubleheader show on the high banks.

Steve Kemery was the race winner in the 602 Crate Sportsman, taking the lead following a lap eighteen caution that saw four cars competing for the win as they headed out of turn four.

Sammy Martz, Jr. was the early race leader, withstanding the challenges of a persistent Steve Davis. Davis took the lead following a lap seventeen caution and lead the way for two laps. Davis and Kemery raced to the start/finish line, side by side on lap nineteen but Kemery moved the US Electrical Services No. 69k into the lead on the next circuit.

Kemery grabbed his third Bridgeport win of the season over a hard charging Ryan Godown Jr. who picked his way through the top five in the late stages of the race. Martz finished third followed by Tom Sherby and Matt Smith.
Matt Ellery finished sixth followed by Howie Finch, Jonathan Swift, Jim Dallett and Michael White to complete the top ten.

Ethan Young led all the way to the final lap of the Rookie feature when Ethan Bill executed a slide job on the final corner to capture his fifth win of the season. Young finished second followed by Mike Creamer, Shane Kassekert and Courtney Pickens.

TJ Henry raced to his first win in just his second Bridgeport start of the 2021 season in the Street Stock main event. Mike Hughes was the leader up until the final two laps when Henry raced the one-time feature winner for the lead. When Hughes won earlier this season, he was quick to thank Henry for his help. Henry had responded to Hughes request for help and it made all of the difference. On Saturday night, it was a race between teacher and student.

Trailing Henry and Hughes to the checkered were Jeramy Doerr, Nick Sandone and Tom Wills, Jr.

Dave Carraghan made his first start of the season on the Spirit quarter mile and duplicated his results from a year ago by taking the win in the twenty lap All Star Slingshot feature.

Carraghan chased Amanda Angstadt to the finish in the heat race that preceded the main event but the roles were reversed when he passed Angstadt for the lead in the feature. Angstadt finished second followed by Michael Beckett, Ryan Davey and Scott Phillipp.

FOLEY CAT MODIFIEDS: 1. Matt Stangle, 2. Ryan Krachun, 3. Dominick Buffalino, 4. Ryan Godown, 5. Alex Yankowski, 6. Billy Pauch, 7. Tommy Beamer, 8. Jim Britt, 9. Billy Pauch Jr., 10. Billy Osmun III, 11. Joseph Watson, 12. Clay Butler, 13. Neal Williams, 14. Jim Gallagher Jr., 15. Brett Ballard, 16. Briggs Danner, 17. Billy Lasko, 18. Sam Martz, 19. Cale Ross, 20. Mike Franz, 21. David Crossman, 22. Tom Moore Jr., 23. Troy Ale, 24. Wade Hendrickson, 25. Joe Toth, 26. Jordan Watson


SOUTH JERSEY OVERHEAD DOOR 602 SPORTSMAN: 1. Steve Kemery, 2. Ryan Godown Jr., 3. Sammy Martz Jr., 4. Tom Sherby, 5. Matt Smith, 6. Matt Ellery, 7. Howie Finch, 8. Jonathan Swift, 9. Jim Dallett, 10. Michael White, 11. Josh Bricker, 12. Adam White, 13. Joe Brown, 14. James Hill, 15. Ryan Stangle, 16. Billy Chester, 17. Will Protinick, 18. Mike Creamer, 19. Scott Hulmes, 20. Steve Davis, 21. Ryan Higgs, 22. Ethan Bill, 23. Sean Metz, 24. Brad Cicio, 25. Pete Serra, 26. Greg Reed, 27. Erik Mattson


SUNBELT RENTALS STREET STOCKS: 1. TJ Henry, 2. Mike Hughes, 3. Jeramy Doerr, 4. Nick Sandone III, 5. Tom Wills Jr., 6. John Parker, 7. Ken Moren, 8. Terry Chaney, 9. Jeff Dirkes


D.A.’S AUTOBODY AND REPAIR ROOKIES: 1. Ethan Bill, 2. Ethan Young, 3. Shane Kassekert, 4. Mike Creamer, 5. Courtney Pickens


ALL STAR SLINGSHOTS: 1. Dave Carraghan, 2. Amanda Angstadt, 3. Michael Beckett, 4. Ryan Davey, 5. Scott Philipp, 6. Ryan Harris, 7. Tim Franks, 8. Dave Morrell, 9. PJ Bozowski, DNS – Tomas Mowery

Quick Results 06/12/21

FOLEY CAT MODIFIEDS: 1. Matt Stangle, 2. Ryan Krachun, 3. Dominick Buffalino, 4. Ryan Godown, 5. Alex Yankowski, 6. Billy Pauch, 7. Tommy Beamer, 8. Jim Britt, 9. Billy Pauch Jr., 10. Billy Osmun III, 11. Joseph Watson, 12. Clay Butler, 13. Neal Williams, 14. Jim Gallagher Jr., 15. Brett Ballard, 16. Briggs Danner, 17. Billy Lasko, 18. Sam Martz, 19. Ryan Krachun, 20. Mike Franz, 21. David Crossman, 22. Tom Moore Jr., 23. Troy Ale, 24. Wade Hendrickson, 25. Joe Toth, 26. Jordan Watson

SOUTH JERSEY OVERHEAD DOOR 602 SPORTSMAN: 1. Steve Kemery, 2. Ryan Godown Jr., 3. Sammy Martz Jr., 4. Tom Sherby, 5. Matt Smith, 6. Matt Elery, 7. Howie Finch, 8. Jonathan Swift, 9. Jim Dallett, 10. Michael White, 11. Josh Bricker, 12. Adam White, 13. Joe Brown, 14. James Hill, 15. Ryan Stangle, 16. Billy Chester, 17. Will Protinick, 18. Mike Creamer, 19. Scott Hulmes, 20. Steve Davis, 21. Ryan Higgs, 22. Ethan Bill, 23. Sean Metz, 24. Brad Cicio, 25. Pete Serra, 26. Greg Reed, 27. Erik Mattson

Sunbelt Rentals Street Stocks: 1. TJ Henry, 2. Mike Hughes, 3. Jeramy Doerr, 4. Nick Sandone III, 5. Tom Wills Jr., 6. John Parker, 7. Ken Moren, 8. Terry Chaney, 9. Jeff Dirkes

D.A.’S AUTOBODY AND REPAIR ROOKIES: 1. Ethan Bill, 2. Ethan Young, 3. Shane Kassekert, 4. Mike Creamer, 5. Courtney Pickens

All-Star Slingshots: 1. Dave Carraghan, 2. Amanda Angstadt, 3. Michael Beckett, 4. Ryan Davey, 5. Scott Philipp, 6. Ryan Harris, 7. Tim Franks, 8. Dave Morrell, 9. PJ Bozowski

TWO BIG SHOWS THIS WEEK AT THE KINGDOM OF SPEED!

INFORMATION FOR THIS SATURDAY:

This Saturday night the racing entertainment continues at Bridgeport Motorsports Park. Bring the whole family out for a night of fun.

Saturday, June 12th

Modifieds, 602 Sportsman, Street Stocks, Rookies & Slingshot Matinee

Pits 4:00

Grandstands 5:00

Warmups 6:15

WEDNESDAY INFORMATION:

The USAC NOS Energy Drink National Sprint Cars invade the Kingdom of Speed for their ONLY appearance in the Garden State! They will be joined by the always exciting Foley CAT Modifieds! Don’t miss any of the action as we know it’ll be a show that will set the bar for this season! Tickets can be purchased at the gate or online at: https://bridgeportspeedway.thundertix.com/

STINSON, BILL AND GRUBE ADD ANOTHER WIN

Bridgeport, NJ – It was Godown night at the Bridgeport Motorsports Park as both Ryan Sr and Ryan Jr raced to wins in their respective divisions. It was win number three for dad and win number two for son on a Saturday night of racing sponsored by RGI Landscaping which is Godown’s business.

Rich Stinson raced to his fourth win of the season in the Sunbelt Rental Street Stocks while Ethan Bill picked up his fourth victory in the DA’s Auto Body and Repair Rookie division. The Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series (MASS) sponsored by the Delaware Auto Exchange put on a thrilling race that saw Dave Grube race to his third consecutive win in 305 sprint car action.

Tommy Beamer had the Thornton Gulf No. 31 on a rail as Beamer led the field of Foley Cat Modifieds for the first eight laps. Beamer battled with Matt Peck for the lead and then raced away from the field until a lap seven caution.

Ryan Godown had made his way up to second in the first six laps after starting thirteenth. Thirteen certain;y wasn’t unlucky for Godown! Godown and Ryan Watt started side by side on the original start and both raced their way into the top five in the first few laps.

Beamer battled with Godown for several laps before Godown was able to put the Camp Out Inc. No. 26 out in front. Watt raced into second on lap twelve with Alex Yankowski taking over third just before the halfway mark. Godown led Watt, Yankowski, Beamer and Jim Britt at the crossed flags with Watt and Yankowski keeping pace with the leader.

A lap sixteen restart saw Watt’s No. 14w miss a beat as Yankowski took over second and Watt lost several positions. Yankowski was able to keep pace with the race leader, following behind Godown with about 2-3 car lengths separating the top two. Watt battled back to take over third on lap nineteen.

Neal Williams was the car on the move in the late stage of the race, first battling by Dominick Buffalino to take over fifth and then racing with Jim Britt for fourth.

Godown led the way to the checkered for his third win of the season followed by Yankowski, Watt, Williams and Buffalino who overtook Britt in the final laps. Trailing Britt was Matt Stangle in seventh, Jordan Watson, Billy Osmun III and Joseph Watson.

Ryan Godown, Jr. wasn’t going to let his dad have all the glory as he took the early race lead and led all the way to the checkered flag at the end of twenty-five laps in the South Jersey Overhead Door 602 Crate Sportsman feature.

Steve Kemery overcame a myriad of issues to race from his scratch position start to finish second
followed by Matt Ellery who has now put together several consecutive top five finishes. Ellery made sure that Godown knew he was there and put some pressure on the second generation driver throughout the race. Sammy Martz, Jr. finished fourth, putting an end to his win streak after three victories. Howie Finch finished fifth.

Steve Davis trailed Finch in sixth followed by Ryan Higgs, Travis Hill, Bob Lineman, Jr. and Tom Sherby.

It may have been Stinson’s fourth win this season but Saturday night’s field was able to keep the race winner within reach right up to the checkered flag.

Jeff Dirkes battled with Nick Sandone III for the lead at the start. Dirkes led the first two laps and then raced across the line side by side with Stinson for lap three. Stinson was out in front the next time around. TJ Henry raced from the back of the field to make it a three car race in his first Bridgeport appearance of the season.

Stinson took the win over Dirkes, Henry, Jeramy Doerr and Sandone rounding out the top five.

Ethan Bill raced to his fourth Rookie win but it was Mike Creamer who led the way for the first four circuits. Bill took the lead at halfway and led the rest of the way to the checkered. Creamer had his best finish in second with Shane Kassekert finishing third followed by Marc Nappi and Courtney Pickens.

The MASS sprint car feature was full of excitement. After Mark Bittner went for a wild ride at the start, Phil Meisner and Ricy DiEva battled for the lead. Meisner led a pair of laps before DiEva took the lead and sixteen year old MASS rookie, Buddy Schweibinz raced into second on lap four. After making contact with the wall, DiEva would drop out of the competition with Dave Grube taking over the lead.

Grube may have been on a hot streak but Schwiebinz was not letting that intimidate him as he dogged the leader. Schwiebinz had just set up a slide job to challenge for the lead when the caution and then red waved for a multi-car incident on the homestretch.

Grube resumed the lead on the restart and led the remaining laps to the checkered. Kevin Nagy passed Schweibinz for second but the young driver battled back to finish second in just his seventh start. Nagy finished third in front of Craig Pellegrini and Christian Rumsey. Zack Bealer finished sixth after running within the top five for most of the race. Eddie Wagner was seventh followed by Jon Brennfleck, Cody West and Josh Bricker.

FOLEY CAT MODIFIEDS (30 laps)

  1. Ryan Godown, Sr., 2. Alex Yankowski, 3. Ryan Watt, 4. Neal Williams, 5. Dominick Buffalino, 6. Jim Britt, 7. Matt Stangle, 8. Jordan Watson, 9. Billy Osmun, III, 10. Joseph Watson, 11. Tommy Beamer, 12. Sam Martz, Sr., 13. Billy Lasko, 14. Clay Butler, 15. Troy Ale, 16. Stan Frankenfield, 17. Mike Franz, 18. David Crossman, 19. Ryan Krachun, 20. Billy Pauch, Sr., 21. Art Liedl, 22. Matt Peck, 23. Joe Toth, 24. Jim Gallagher, Jr., DNS – Brett Kelly

SOUTH JERSEY OVERHEAD DOOR 602 SPORTSMAN (25 laps)

  1. Ryan Godown, Jr., 2. Steve Kemery, 3. Matt Ellery, 4. Sammy Martz, Jr., 5. Howie Finch, 6. Steve Davis, 7. Ryan Higgs, 8. Travis Hill, 9. Bob Lineman, Jr., 10. Tom Sherby, 11. Ryan Conrad, 12. Howard Huepful, 13. Jim Dallett, 14. Ethan Bill, 15. Doug Snyder, 16. Billy Chester, 17. Ryan Stangle, 18. Joseph Brown, 19. Pete Serra, 20. Marc Nappi, 21. Nick DeSantis, 22. Scott Hulmes, 23. Ian Humphreys, 24. Brad Cicio, 25. Andy Walko, DNS – Joe Toth, DNQ – Mike Creamer, Eric Mattson, Shane Kassekert

D.A.’S AUTO BODY AND REPAIR ROOKIES (7 laps)

  1. Ethan Bill, 2. Mike Creamer, 3. Shane Kassekert, 4. Marc Nappi, 5. Courtney Pickens

SUNBELT RENTALS STREET STOCKS (20 laps)

  1. Rich Stinson, Jr., 2. Jeff Dirkes, 3. T.J. Henry, 4. Jeramy Doerr, 5. Nick Sandone, III, 6. Gary Klimeczak, 7. John Parker, 8. Terry Chaney, 9. Scott Max, 10. Tom Wills, Jr., 11. Ken Moren, 12. Mike Hughes

MID-ATLANTIC SPRINT SERIES (25 laps)

  1. Dave Grube, 2. Buddy Schweibinz, 3. Kevin Nagy, 4. Craig Pellegrini, 5. Christian Rumsey, 6. Zack Bealer, 7. Eddie Wagner, 8. Jon Brennfleck, 9. Cody West, 10. Josh Bricker, 11. Joe Kay, 12. Phil Meisner, 13. Zack Berghof, 14. Kristina Pratt, 15. Keith Anderson, 16. Dale Eggert, 17. Rick Stief, 18. Jenna Shotz, 19. Bryant Davis, 20. Ricky DiEva, 21. Larry McVay, 22. Rory Janney, 23. Rich Janney, 24. Mark Bitner, DNQ – C.J. Faison, Brody Adamsky, Dave Bonner, Marie McVay, Justin Nowlen, Pat U’Selis, Michael Keen.

Quick Results 06/05/21

FOLEY CAT MODIFIEDS: 1. Ryan Godown, 2. Alex Yankowski, 3. Ryan Watt, 4. Neal Williams, 5. Dominick Buffalino, 6. Jim Britt, 7. Matt Stangle, 8. Jordan Watson, 9. Billy Osmun III, 10. Joseph Watson, 11. Tommy Beamer, 12. Sam Martz, 13. Billy Lasko, 14. Clay Butler, 15. Troy Ale, 16. Stan Frankenfield, 17. Mike Franz, 18. David Crossman, 19. Ryan Krachun, 20. Billy Pauch, 21. Art Leidl, 22. Matt Peck, 23. Joe Toth, 24. Jim Gallagher Jr., 25. Brett Kelly

SOUTH JERSEY OVERHEAD DOOR 602 SPORTSMAN: 1. Ryan Godown Jr., 2. Steve Kemery, 3. Matt Ellery, 4. Sammy Martz Jr., 5. Howie Finch, 6. Steve Davis, 7. Ryan Higgs, 8. Travis Hill, 9. Bob Lineman Jr., 10. Tom Sherby, 11. Ryan Conrad, 12. Howard Huepful, 13. Jim Dallett, 14. Ethan Bill, 15. Doug Snyder, 16. Billy Chester, 17. Ryan Stangle, 18. Joe Brown, 19. Pete Serra, 20. Matt Nappi, 21. Nick Desantis, 22. Scott Hulmes, 23. Ian Humphreys, 24. Brad Cicio, 25. Andy Walko, 

Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series: 1. Dave Grube, 2. Buddy Schweibinz, 3. Kevin Nagy, 4. Craig Pellegrini, 5. Christian Rumsey, 6. Zack Bealer, 7. Eddie Wagner, 8. John Brennfleck, 9. Cody West, 10. Josh Bricker, 11. Joe Kay, 12. Phil Meisner, 13. Zack Bergof, 14. Kristina Pratt, 15. Keith Anderson, 16. Dale Eggert, 17. Rick Stief, 18. Jenna Shotz, 19. Bryant Davis, 20. Ricky DiEva, 21. Larry McVay, 22. Rory Janney, 23. Rich Janney, 24. Mark Bittner 

Sunbelt Rentals Street Stocks: 1. Rich Stinson, 2. TJ Henry, 3. Jeff Dirkes, 4. Jeramy Doerr, 5. Nick Sandone III, 6. Gary Klimeczak, 7. John Parker, 8. Terry Chaney, 9. Scott Max, 10. Tom Wills Jr., 11. Ken Moren, 12. Mike Hughes, 

D.A.’S AUTOBODY AND REPAIR ROOKIES: 1. Ethan Bill, 2. Mike Creamer, 3. Shane Kassekert, 4. Joe Nappi, 5. Courtney Pickens

THIS WEEKEND’S SHOW HAS UNFORTUNATELY BEEN CANCELLED, ALL TICKETS WILL BE TRANSFERRED!

Bridgeport, NJ – Due to the weather forecast changing to saturating rains, we do not feel that it is safe for fans to sit through this weather. All tickets will be transferred to the September 18th/19th Monster Truck Throwdown show sponsored by RGI Landscaping LLC. 

We know we advertised this show as rain or shine, but with the saturating rains fans would have endured: Heavy Flooding, Potentially becoming stuck in locations, 50 degree weather with heavy winds, and less than perfect track conditions. This does not provide a safe and family friendly environment, so we do not want to make the fans sit through an event they won’t enjoy. We apologize for the inconvenience, but fan safety and enjoyment is our main priority. Thank you for your continued support at the Kingdom of Speed and we will see you in September for more monster truck destruction!

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