On August 16th, the Bridgeport Speedway will present the second Three for All event on the 5/8th mile speedway – a tripleheader show featuring the Super Late Models, United Racing Club (URC) Sprint Cars and 358 Small Block Modifieds with each division competing in qualifying events and a twenty-five lap feature events.  It’s a race fan’s dream  – guaranteed to offer something for everyone’s taste in dirt track racing!

The Three for All will be sponsored by BRB Contractors of King of Prussia, PA.  BRB Contractors is a family owned and operated business, specializing in demolition, excavation, paving, hauling and site work.  Bob Lilick and his four sons – Bobby, Brian, Justin and Kris – are competitors at the Bridgeport Speedway.  Kris Lilick has won twice this season in the Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman Division and is currently second in the point standings with brother, Bobby in third.  The Lilicks and BRB Contractors have been in business for sixteen years.

The inaugural Three for All event saw young Andrew Mullins make full use of a late race caution to erase Glenn Elliot’s advantage as he raced into the lead of Super Late Models as the field headed to the white flag.   Curt Michael picked up the win in the URC feature event, earning his fourth win of the 2015 season followed by Robbie Stillwaggon and Josh Weller.  Neal Williams earned his first ever Modifed feature win at Bridgeport with a flag to flag victory in the Small Block Modified feature, holding off the challenges of Jimmy Blewett and Ryan Watt.

Glenn Elliot’s second place finish didn’t dampen his enthusiasm for this event.  “This is an awesome place,” Elliot exclaimed following the 2015 event.  “I would love to come here.”  Elliot will have his chance when the gates swing open on the 2016 event.

Echoing Glenn Elliot’s enthusiasm is Ricky Elliot – a former regular competitor in Bridgeport’s Big Block Modified Division.  Elliot racked up ten feature wins on the Bridgeport 5/8 mile track during the 2004 season, losing the title by single digit points as he and eventual champion, Duane Howard battled to the final checkered flag for the 2004 title.  Elliot made the move into Late Models during the following season.  In spite of his success in the Modifieds, Elliot is still looking for his first Super Late Model victory on the Bridgeport clay.

“I thought I was smarter than everyone else,” Elliot said of his strategy in last year’s event.  With all of his success and Bridgeport experience, Elliot chose a tire compound that was too hard.  He finished fourth.  “These cars are about a second and a half faster than the Modifieds (Big Blocks).  They are more aero dynamic and a little lighter,” Elliot explained the factors that contributed to his miscalculation.  “I’m really looking forward to this event,” Elliot stated.  Elliot has been active with the Bridgeport management team, recruiting drivers for the 2016 event.

“Bridgeport has always been one of my favorite tracks,” Elliot related.  “The faster you go, the better I like it!”



The inaugural Three for All event was also a red letter race for Neal Williams who picked up his first ever Modified win at the Bridgeport Speedway.   Williams is a former Crate/Sportsman Champion at the Bridgeport Speedway with multiple feature wins in that division.  It was Williams who gave New Jersey car owner, Sal DeBruno his first Bridgeport Championship while racing in the Crate/Sportsman Division.

DeBruno has fielded cars for many years.  The list of drivers who have competed in the Overhead Door of Southern New Jersey No. 0 is like a “Who’s Who” in racing.  That list includes drivers like Doug Hoffman, Ricky Elliot, Wade Hendrickson and Richie Pratt to name a few.  Williams returned to Bridgeport this season in a second DeBruno owned Big Block Modified No. 0nw, joining rookie, CJ Jones who has won twice in the Overhead Door No. 0 so far this season.

Small Block Modified competition on the 5/8 mile track will find an interesting mix of Bridgeport regulars  as well as invaders.  Bridgeport Big Block Modified feature winners like Ryan Watt, Rick Laubach, Wade Hendrickson

Curt Michael would like nothing better than to pick up his winning ways when URC returns to the Bridgeport Speedway.  Michael had high praise for the track preparation in last year’s event.

The nine time URC Champion from Oceanview, DE has 55 career URC wins and would welcome another Bridgeport victory to increase that total.

Davie Franek picked up a Bridgeport win back in April when URC opened their 2016 season on the 5/8 mile track.  Franek has set the benchmark among URC competitors so far this season as he leads the points and has four wins.  Robbie Stillwaggon, Curt Michael, Josh Weller and Troy Betts round out the top five in points with Weller being the only other driver to capture a URC victory to date.

If you are a racing fan then the Bridgeport Speedway’s Three for All has something for you!  Super Late Models, Small Block Modifieds and Sprint Cars all on the same racing program!

The Bridgeport Speedway is committed to maintaining a safe, fun, family atmosphere, creating life-lasting memories of excitement!



Upcoming event

     Saturday, August 13 – SCOUT NIGHT –  Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman & TSRS Sprint Cars, racing at 7pm

     Tuesday, August 16 – Three for All – Super Late Models, URC Sprint Cars and 358 Small Block Modifieds, racing at 7:30 (rain date Wednesday, August 17 if needed)

     Saturday, August 20 – 1/4 Midget Night sponsored by Joy Auto Parts – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman & Twin 12s for Outlaw Stocks, racing at 7pm

     Saturday, August 27 – BIKE NIGHT – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman and TSRS Sprint Cars, racing at 7pm



The Bridgeport Speedway will host the Romp in the Swamp for Dystonia Jeep Show this Saturday and then go right into the Saturday night tripleheader racing program that will feature Twin 15 lap events for the Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman, the Spirit Auto Center Big Block Modifieds and the PennCo Tech Outlaw Stocks.

The Romp in the Swamp for Dystonia Jeep Show will get underway at 10am. There will be an obstacle course for the four wheeling enthusiasts that will remain open until racing gets underway on Saturday evening. Trophies will be awarded in several different categories including Biggest POS, Best Trailer Queen and the Muddiest. Trophies will be awarded during intermission. The Jeep participants will also be invited to take a Parade Lap around the 5/8th mile speedway. Admission is $20 and will include the tripleheader racing program at 7pm Saturday evening.

Funds will be raised for Beat Dystonia organization. Bridgeport Speedway owner, Brian Ramey and his family have had firsthand experience with Dystonia and hope to raise awareness of this disorder in addition to raising funds to further research.

The Mayo Clinic describes Dystonia as a movement disorder in which muscles contract involuntarily, causing repetitive or twisting movements. Dystonia can effect one part of the body or two or more adjacent parts or all parts of the body.

Hali Ramey, Bridgeport Speedway’s Financial Administrator, first started showing symptoms while she was in grade school. “Dystonia is not well known and is often misdiagnosed,” Hali explained. “There is no known cure but it can be helped with medication and/or surgery.” Hali was very private about her circumstances, not wanting to share her circumstances with her high school friends. Her Dystonia kept progressing but Hali persisted through college. “It (Dystonia) really went crazy when I was in college.” By the time graduation approached, Hali was dealing with a great deal. “It was really hard. I couldn’t write. It was hard to type. I would sleep on my hands to try to stop the spasms.” Dystonia made walking, eating and drinking difficult. Hali tried all of the medications and took part in many drug trials. “The meds didn’t really help me and they made me feel like a zombie,” Hali adds. Following college graduation, Hali had the surgery on her brain. “It 100 percent changed my life,” Hali explains.

Funds will be raised in several different ways. Portions of the Jeep Show admission will be donated. Dystonia t-shirts will be sold. There will be a special 50-50 drawing during the day of the Jeep Show and of course, donations will be accepted throughout the event. After dealing with this disorder for many years, Hali now finds herself as the center of attention – a position that she’s not really at ease with but she knows it will be worth it in the end to make people aware and by raising funds that will further the research.

Saturday evening, attention will be directed to the 5/8 mile track where the Spirit Auto Center Big Block Modifieds, Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman and PennCo Tech Outlaw Stocks will do what they do best and offer up some side by side, high speed racing – Bridgeport style!

Jim Britt added his name to the list of Big Block feature winners last week – a list that includes Tommy Beamer, Ryan Watt, Sam Martz and Rick Laubach as well as multiple race winners, Wade Hendrickson and Duane Howard. Joseph Watson continues to fill in for Jamie Mills, another two time feature winner, who expects to return to action in the next few weeks after recovering from rib injuries received in a crash at the end of May.

The Crate/Sportsman will compete in Twin 15 lap feature events that will keep the Crate/Sportsman crews and competitors quite busy. Jeremy Harrington and Matt Stangle lead the division with three wins. Last week’s winner, Steve Davis joins Eric Kormann who each have two feature wins this season. Brad Roberts and Kris Lilick have each collected one win this season.

TJ Henry has eight wins to his credit in Outlaw Stock competition but will have the likes of Tom Wills, Jr., Brian Ludwig, Scott Dugan and Jeff Dirkes who will be determined to keep him from Victory Lane this week. Wills, Jr. has one win to his credit so far this season.

Come out early. Watch the Jeeps in action. Then take in the musical entertainment along with the tasty offerings of the Bridgeport Speedway concession stands. Shop for a new racing t-shirt or another souvenir. Pick up the Bridgeport Bullet – the official program of the Bridgeport Speedway – and check out all of the recent race results, driver rosters and loads of photos. Or take a ride with the Bridgeport Bandit on the Bandit Bus and get an up close look at the behind the scenes action in the pit area before the racing action gets underway.

And don’t forget – the Bridgeport Speedway is the ONLY place where you can see the Big Block Modifieds in action in the state of New Jersey! The Bridgeport Speedway is committed to maintaining a safe, fun, family atmosphere, creating life-lasting memories of excitement!


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 In perhaps one of the strangest finishes ever seen at the Bridgeport Speedway, Broomall, PA driver, Jim Britt picked up his first ever Big Block Modified win in the Spirit Auto Center main event.  And for the third week in a row, Mother Nature provided her services for watering the track but the tripleheader show ran through in just over three hours!

Britt held off the challenges of multi-time track champion, Duane Howard, for fifteen laps before Howard pushed the Atlas Paving No. 66 into the lead as the field rounded turns three and four to complete lap nineteen.  Howard was able to put some distance between himself and Britt but on lap twenty-three, thick smoke began to billow from Howard’s ride.   But Howard kept going!  Everyone – fans and competitors alike – expected the leader to pull of the track at any second but Howard continued to press forward and lead the race.  Britt had a run on Howard as they raced to the checkered flag.  “When I came off turn four, I couldn’t see anything,” Britt exclaimed but he went to the inside and drove to the checkered flag, nipping Howard at the finish line for the win.  “Unbelievable” was Britt’s description of the finish and it truly was.

Britt’s win came with a Jimmy Weiss prepared power plant borrowed from current Crate/Sportsman point leader, Steve Davis.  Howard finished second while Sam Martz powered his Izzy Trucking No. 3 to a third place finish.  Ron Roberts finished fourth – just ahead of team mate and current point leader, Ryan Watt.  Watt rebounded from a first lap multi car incident to finish in the top five.

Steve Davis followed up Britt’s performance with one of his own as he picked up his second win of the season in the Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman feature.  Davis watched Britt’s race until Howard took the lead.  At that point, Davis had to get into his own car to line-up for the feature.

In just the fifth race of his young racing career, Roger Manning led the first nine laps of the feature event before Davis took the lead on lap ten.  Three time feature winner, Matt Stangle, took over second from Manning on lap twelve but Manning held on to finish third behind Davis and Stangle at the end of twenty laps.  Last week’s winner, Eric Kormann finished fourth with Bobby Lilick rounding out the top five.

Jeff Geiges led from green flag to checkered to pick up his first win since the 2014 season to capture the fourth hand of the 2016 Tanner Brothers Dairy Store/Thayer Performance Poker Series for the Tri State Race Saver Sprint cars.

Geiges became the sixth different winner in Bridgeport TSRS competition this season as he earned an Ace for his 2016 Poker Series hand.  Reigning TSRS Champion, Mike Haggenbottom closed the gap on Geiges in the final laps but was not able to mount a challenge on the leader.  Bobby Sandt, Jr. had a strong run to finish third ahead of Steph Palmai.  Brendon Poff won the battle of the 9s to finish fifth ahead of Rick Stief.

The Bridgeport Speedway will host the Romp in the Swamp for Dystonia Jeep Show next Saturday beginning at 10am.  Designated proceeds will be donated to Beat Dystonia atwww.CFTEXAS.ORG/BEATDYSTONIA  Jeep owners can participate in the obstacle course which will be open until Saturday night racing begins.  Special trophies will be awarded in several categories and the Jeeps will have the opportunity to participate in a Parade lap on the 5/8th mile speedway.  All this and a complete racing program for one price of $20.  Racing will get underway at 7pm with the Spirit Auto Center Big Block Modifieds, Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman in Twin 15 lap feature events and the PennCo Tech Outlaw Stocks.



1 – Jim Britt, 2 – Duane Howard, 3 – Sam Martz, 4 – Ron Roberts, 5 – Ryan Watt, 6 – Jordan Watson, 7 – Richie Pratt Jr, 8 – Mike Franz, 9 – Wade Hendrickson, 10 – CJ Jones, 11 – Tommy Beamer, 12 – Neal Williams, 13 – Matt Peck, 14 – Stan Frankenfield, 15 – Anthony Moran, 16 – Jojo Watson, 17 – Rick Laubach, 18 – Ricky Dieva, 19 – Ed Firth



1 – Steve Davis, 2 – Matt Stangle, 3 – Roger Manning, 4 – Eric Kormann, 5 – Bob Lilick, 6 – Steve Kemery, 7 – Kris Lilick, 8 – Brad Roberts, 9 – Tom Sherby, 10 – Jeff Bubori, 11 – Jeramy Harrington, 12 – Nick Nicostra, 13 – Melissa Scarpati, 14 – Ernie Miles III, 15 – Scott Hulmes, 16 – David Crossman, 17 – Bill Briggs


Hilborn Tri State Race Saver Sprints (20 laps)

1 – Jeff Geiges, 2 – Mike Haggenbottom, 3 – Bobby Sandt Jr, 4 – Stef Palmai, 5 – Brendon Poff, 6 – Rick Steif, 7 – Kyle Purks, 8 – Scott Frack, 9 – Tim Tanner Jr, 10 – Randy Wilbert, 11 – Samantha Lieberman, 12 – Logan Diehl, 13 – Zack Burd, 14 – Joe Kay, 15 – Eddie Wagner



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Tommy Beamer picked up his first Spirit Auto Center Big Block Modified feature win since joining the race team fielded by Don and Patti Thornton of Thornton’s Gulf.  After weeks of mechanical issues, Beamer came out on top to pick up the second Bridgeport Big Block win of his career after battling multi-time track champion, Duane Howard for  eighteen laps .

Beamer and Howard put on a show for the fans who waited through two rain delays on First Responders Night for the racing program to be completed – including a break in the Modified feature event after lap ten.  But no one went away disappointed as Beamer and Howard raced side by side, lap after lap, for the duration of the feature event.  Howard edged ahead to lead lap nine but Beamer battled back to regain the top spot one lap later.  While Howard seemed to hold the edge in turns one and two, Beamer would pull ahead exiting turn two and would then have a stronger run through turns three and four.

“I have to thank Duane (Howard) racing me clean,” Beamer stated.  “I was hoping that the bottom would start to go away,”.  While Beamer ran the outside, Howard was fastest on the bottom of the race track. 

Current point leader, Ryan Watt, regained third with a pass on the outside of Rick Laubach on lap twenty-one and went on to finish third.  Laubach crossed the line in fourth with Sam Martz passing Dominic Buffalino on the final lap to finish fifth. BP-JC-7-16-16 (272)

TJ Henry picked up wins seven and eight when the Felton, DE driver won both of the Twin 12 lap feature events for the PennCo Tech Outlaw Stocks.  Tom Wills, Jr. finished second in the first feature with Scott Dugan, Brian Ludwig and John Parker completing the top five.  In the second twelve lap event, it was Dugan who trailed Henry to the checkered with Wills, Jr. finishing third followed by Ludwig and Spider Ensinger. 

For the second time this season, Eric Kormann raced to the win in the Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman feature event.  Kormann took the lead from first year competitor, Tom Sherby on lap two and then led the remaining laps to the checkered.  Track officials made the decision to shorten the feature event to fifteen laps after several multi-car incidents occurred on the track even after single file restarts were instituted. BP-JC-7-16-16 (254)

Billy Briggs drove to his best finish of the season as he pressured Kormann on several occasions for the lead.  Briggs finished second with Jeff Bubori crossing the finish line in third.  Stephen Kemery finished fourth ahead of fifth place finisher, Bob Lilick. 

The Bridgeport Speedway wishes to thank the townships of Woolwich, Logan, Repaupo, East Greenwich, Quinton, Alloway, Paulsboro, Chester, Harrisonville & Blackwood Terrace and the counties of Gloucester and Salem for supporting the speedway’s First Responders night.  Fans were able to view many pieces of emergency equipment and speak to the First Responders who were on hand. 

Bike Night returns to the Bridgeport Speedway next Saturday.  Several lucky boys and girls will go home from the races with new bicycles.  Anyone riding a motorcycle to the races will be admitted free.  Motorcycles will be on display behind the grandstand and trophies will be awarded in several categories.

The Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman and TriState Race Saver (TSRS) Sprint cars will compete in the triple header program.  It will be hand number four for the Tanner Brothers Dairy Store/Thayer Performance 2016 Poker Series for the Sprint Cars.  Christopher Allen, Eddie Wagner and Ryan Stillwaggon have each won one of the previous Poker Series events.  There have been five different winners in the Bridgeport TSRS action this season. 

Racing will get underway at 7pm.

1 – Tommy Beamer, 2 – Duane Howard, 3 – Ryan Watt, 4 – Rick Laubach, 5 – Sam Martz, 6 – Dominick Buffalino, 7 – Richie Pratt Jr, 8 – Jordan Watson, 9 – Wade Hendrickson, 10 – CJ Jones, 11 – Jim Britt, 12 – Ron Roberts, 13 – Mike Franz, 14 – Ricky Dieva, 15 – Derek Krum, 16 – Neal Williams, 17 – Jojo Watson, 18 – Scott Ambruster

1 – Eric Kormann, 2 – Bill Briggs, 3 – Jeff Bubori, 4 – Steve Kemery, 5 – Bob Lilick, 6 – Steve Davis, 7 – Roger Manning, 8 – Ernie Miles III, 9 – Melissa Scarpati, 10 – David Crossman, 11 – Connor King, 12 – Marty Resnick, 13 – Jeremy Martino, 14 – Tom Sherby, 15 – Brian Lilick, 16 – Brad Roberts, 17 – Chuck Sayres, 18 – Matt Stangle, 19 – John Criscion, 20 – Kevin Belmont, 21 – Kris Lilick, 22 – Jeramy Doerr, 23 – Brett Ballard, 24 – Frank Holmes

1 – TJ Henry, 2 – Tom Wills, Jr, 3 – Scott Dugan, 4 – Brian Ludwig, 5 – John Parker, 6 – Spider Ensinger, 7 – Joe Reid, 8 – Art Avery, 9 – Steven Land, 10 – Sean Smith, 11 – Ken Moran, 12 – Jeff Dirkes, 13 – Mark Campagna, 14 – Terry Griffin, 15 – Tom Wills Sr, 16 – Billy Wroble

1 – TJ Henry, 2 – Scott Dugan, 3 – Tom Wills Jr, 4 – Brian Ludwig, 5 – Spider Ensinger, 6 – Steven Land, 7 – Sean Smith, 8 – Ken Moran, 9 – Joe Reid, 10 – Art Avery, 11 – Mark Campagna, 12 – Jeff Dirkes, 13 – John Parker  DNS – Terry Griffin, Tom Wills Sr, Billy Wroble 

Upcoming event

     Saturday, July 23 – BIKE NIGHT – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman, Tri State Race Saver Sprints & GS Vintage Cars, racing at 7pm

     Saturday, July 30 – JEEP JAMBOREE – Romp in the Swamp for Dystonia – Sponsored by Spirit Auto Center – Big Blocks, Twin 15s for Crate/Sportsman and Outlaw Stocks, racing at 7pm

     Saturday, August 6 – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman, Outlaw Stocks PLUS Powder Puff, racing at 7pm

     Saturday, August 1 – SCOUT NIGHT –  Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman & TSRS Sprint Cars, racing at 7pm


Bridgeport, NJ – On Wednesday afternoon Bridgeport Speedway announced that they will offer ‘Tow Money’ to both the Spirit Auto Center Big Block Modifieds and the Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman starting this Saturday evening.  Any Big Block modified drivers that fail to make the main event will receive a consolation prize of $75, while the non-qualifiers in the Crate/Sportsman division will bring home $50.

“We realize that is a difficult task to for any race team just to make it to the track week in and week out.  We just wanted to give back to some of the drivers that don’t happen to qualify into the features that particular night,” explained track owner Brian Ramey.  “We’ve had weather on our side as of late, we’ve had tremendous racing, our crowds continue to grow each week, and we feel that Bridgeport Speedway is the place to race at as well as attend here in the Northeast,”  Ramey added.

Saturday, July 16 will ‘First Responder’s Night’ where all First Responders receive FREE admission with ID.  Local township fire engines, ambulances, and police vehicles will be on display behind the grandstand before and during the races.  At intermission the First Responder vehicles will make a parade lap around the 5/8 mile speedway.  The Big Blocks will also be making their fan-favorite visit behind the grandstands before their 25-lap main event.  Joining the mighty Modifieds on Saturday will be the Crate/Sportsman and the Pennco Tech Outlaws Stocks, who will compete in Twin -12 lap feature events.

So, come on out this Saturday night to Bridgeport Speedway where they’ll be plenty of action-packed stock car racing and fun for the entire family (Tug of War, Moon Bounces, Bandit Bus Rides, the Bridgeport Bandit Mascot, and Music under the pavilion).   Pits open at 4:30, Grandstands at 5:30 with the first green flag waving at 7pm.





The number six was the lucky number on Saturday night as Wade Hendrickson picked up the win in the Spirit Auto Center Big Block Modified feature in the C&S Equipment No. 6 and Matt Stangle made it two in a row in the Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman in his family owned No. 6.

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The Hilborn Tri State Race Saver Sprints (TSRS) rounded out the Saturday night tripleheader action with Ryan Stillwaggon picking up his first win of the season in the Tanner Brothers Dairy & Market/Thayer Performance 2016 Poker Series for the 305 competitors.


With afternoon storms washing out racing programs throughout the area,the Bridgeport Speedway was the only track in the Tri-State area to offer stock car racing on Saturday night.


There were three lead changes within the first three laps of the Big Block Modified twen
ty-five lap feature as Mike Franz and Richie Pratt led the first two laps before three time track champion, Wade Hendrickson drove into the lead.  Joseph Watson and Jimmy Horton quickly moved into second and third behind Hendrickson.


BP-JC-7-9-16 (224)Hendrickson led Joseph Watson, Horton, Pratt and Rick Laubach through the half way mark.


A late race caution lined up the field single file behind Hendrickson for a two lap shootout.  Hendrickson pulled away from the competition while Laubach was able to use the outside line race ahead of Joseph Watson as they raced down the backstretch.

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Hendrickson charged to the finish line trailedby Laubach, Joseph Watson, Horton and Pratt.  Jordan Watson, Tommy Beamer, Ryan Krachun, Scott Ambruster and Ryan Watt rounded out the top ten at the checkered flag.


It was Hendrickson’s 58th career Bridgeport victory, tying him for third on the All Time Feature Winner’s list with Billy Pauch.  Hendrickson had high praise for the Bridgeport Speedway Management team.  “The track was perfect!,” Hendrickson stated.  “They’ve made a hundred and eight degree turn here and have everything going in the right direction.”


It was 2016 DA’s Auto Body Rookie Champion, Chuck Sayres who led the Crate/Sportsman for the first half oftheir twenty lap feature event.  After starting tenth at the green, Matt Stangle raced by Jeramy Doerr to take second on lap eleven.  Stangle raced Sayres for the lead as they headed down the backstretch with Stangle leading the way as the field crossed the stripe for lap twelve.

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Stangle led the rest of the way, capturing his third win of the season.  Doerr held off the challenges of Steve Davis for his best finish to date.  Kris Lilick finished fourth with Sayres capturing his first top five in Crate/Sportsman action.BP-JC-7-9-16 (246)


Five different races and five different winners – that’s the record after Ryan Stillwaggon captured the twenty lap victory in the TSRS Sprint Car feature.  With a feature win already to his credit, Christopher Allen, Jr. led the first three laps before mechanical problems sidelined Allen from the competition.  Stillwaggon was the new race leader and held off the late race challenges of Jeff Geiges to capture his first win of the season.  Geiges finished second with Kyle Purks taking third.  Geiges and Purks were the fast timers in the two time hot laps sessions earlier in the night.  Tim Tanner finished fourth with Steph Palmai rounding out the top five.




  1. Wade Hendrickson, 2. Rick Laubach, 3. Joseph Watson, 4. Jimmy Horton, 5. Richie Pratt, Jr., 6. Jordan Watson, 7. Tommy Beamer, 8. Ryan Krachun, 9. Scott Ambruster, 10. Ryan Watt, 11. Ron Roberts, 12. Mike Franz, 13. Jim Britt, 14. Corey Andersen, 15. C.J. Jones, 16. Don Cogdill, III, 17. Duane Howard, 18. Sam Martz, 19. Anthony Moran, 20. Ed Firth



  1. Matt Stangle, 2. Jeramy Doerr, 3. Steve Davis, 4. Kris Lilick, 5. Chuck Sayres, Jr., 6. Jeremy Harrington, 7. Brad Roberts, 8. Brandon Grosso, 9. Brian Lilick, 10. Billy Briggs, 11. Marty Resnick, 12. Scott Hulmes, 13. Kevin Belmont, 14. David Crossman, 15. Tom Sherby, 16. Eric Kormann, 17. Roger Manning, 18. Bob Lilick, 19. Pete Serra, 20. Steve Kemery, 21. Jeff Bubori



  1. Ryan Stillwaggon, 2. Jeff Geiges, 3. Kyle Purks, 4. Tim Tanner, Jr., 5. Stef Palmai, 6. Bob DeVault, Jr., 7. Zack Burd, 8. Brendon Poff, 9. Mike Haggenbottom, 10. Doug Snow, 11. Chris Allen, DNS – Samantha Lieberman




Upcoming event

     Saturday, July 16 – FIRST RESPONDERS NIGHT – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman & Twin 12s for Outlaw Stocks, racing at 7pm

     Saturday, July 23 – BIKE NIGHT – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman, Tri State Race Saver Sprints & GS Vintage Cars, racing at 7pm

     Saturday, July 30 – JEEP JAMBOREE – Romp in the Swamp for Dystonia – Sponsored by Spirit Auto Center – Big Blocks, Twin 15s for Crate/Sportsman and Outlaw Stocks, racing at 7pm

     Saturday, August 6 – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman, Outlaw Stocks PLUS Powder Puff, racing at 7pm

Successful DA’S AutoBody Rookie Division at Bridgeport Speedway in 2016

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The Bridgeport Speedway has invested in the future of racing on the 5/8th mile speedway by presenting a racing opportunity for new drivers through their DA’s Auto Body Rookie Class.

The Rookies race in Crate/Sportsman cars but have the opportunity to compete against drivers who are also new to the sport.  They are given the opportunity to learn without being intimidated or overwhelmed by the more seasoned competitors.

On race nights from April to June, the Rookies have a warm-up session and then compete in a eight lap feature event which is the first event on the schedule of events.  After their Rookie feature, the Rookies are able to compete in the Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman qualifiers and feature where they start at the rear of the field.   This opportunity affords the Rookies much needed seat time.  After Rookie graduation, the Rookies are then handicapped along with the other drivers in the Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman.

Several very talented drivers have graduated from this program and the 2016 participants should prove to be no exception.

Chuck Sayres, Jr. of Carney’s Point, NJ was crowned as the 2016 DA’s Auto Body Rookie Champion on Saturday night after Sayres won his fifth Rookie feature event of the season.   Sayres amassed an enviable record with five wins and three second place finishes in the eight Rookie events this season.

Chad Kohler picked up the win in the season opener with Sayres finishing second.  Sayres returned to pick up the wins in the next four DA’s Auto Body Rookie features.  Tom Sherby was a late season entry to the Rookie Division, winning twice in weeks six and seven with  Sayres chasing him to the finish line in both events.  Sayres came back to win the Rookie season finale and clinch the 2016 DA’s Auto Body Rookie title on Graduation Night.
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Sayres was a Rookie to the driving side of the competition but not the Rookie division in general.  In 2014, Sayres spearheaded the pit side operation for Matt Peck’s Rookie season .  In a hard fought battle that went right down to the final laps of the final feature event, Peck came away with the Rookie Championship.
Now it was Sayre’s turn.
Sayres’ move into Rookie competition started as somewhat of a joke.  With Peck moving into Modified competition with a small block power plant, theBP-JC-6-25-16 (71)psre was an “extra” car sitting in the garage.  “We were sitting around the garage one night and I just mentioned that maybe I would take that other car out and give it a try,” Sayres related.  “It started out as fun,” Sayres added.  “I never expected to be the Rookie Champion.”
These days, Peck races around his work schedule and that will continue to be Sayre’s primary focus but he’s not planning to hang up the helmet just yet.   Sayres will continue to race in the Stewart/Stainless Crate/Sportsman at Bridgeport as his schedule allows, deferring to Peck on the week’s that he is available to race.  He also has plans for some of the late season special shows.   “I’ve always liked Georgetown and racing in Delaware so I would like to give that a try later in the season,” Sayres related.
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A landscaper by day, Sayres and Peck work opposite schedules.  With Peck working third shift, he puts his time in during the day, leaving notes on a white erase board for Sayres who spends his evenings in the garage.
First, Peck with the No. 39 and now Sayres with the No. 38.  Both have left their mark on the Da’s Auto Body Rookie Division and on the Bridgeport Speedway.


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Former track champion, Duane Howard drove the Atlas Trucking No. 66 to his second Bridgeport Speedway victory in the forty lap 811 Dig Safely 2016 Poker Series.  It was Howard’s second Poker Series win, giving Howard a pair of Aces to lead the Poker competition through four hands.


It was the fourth hand in the 811 Dig Safely Poker Series for the Crate/Sportsman, as well, with young Matt Stangle earning the win and the Ace for his win in the twenty lap feature event.  The Outlaw Stocks are one hand behind the other divisions as TJ Henry picked up his second Poker Series win this season to also hold a pair of Aces through the third hand of the competition.

The Poker Series was introduced to the Bridgeport Speedway by former track champion/promoter, Doug Hoffman when he brought the Big Block Modifieds back to the 5/8 mile speedway during the 2012 season.  The Poker Series was a success and has been continued each season since Hoffman’s introduction.

This season, Colonial Pipeline came on board as the title sponsor of the 2016 Poker Series.  Colonial PIpeline asks that you call 8-1-1 before you dig.  Colonial’s pipelines are buried underground, usually with a minimum of three feet of cover.  Over time, however, erosion and human activities can change that depth.  That’s why is it’s important to always call 811 before you begin any digging project!  Be safe – dial 8-1-1 first!

The Spirit Auto Center Big BlocRSI_7048-Mk Modifieds saw four different leaders in the feature event with polesitter, Ryan Anderson leading the field for the first eleven laps.  Anderson led the way but not without challenges.  Ryan Watt raced to the outside of Anderson to slide ahead of the leader on lap six but the caution waved for last week’s feature winner, CJ Jones and Watt’s efforts were negated as he was back to second on the restart.

Watt fell back on the restart as Hendrickson moved up to second and Rick Laubach and Howard battled for the third spot.

With eleven laps on the books and another restart, Hendrickson powered by Anderson to take the lead and this time it was Anderson who slid backwards, out of the top five.  Howard raced into second followed by Laubach, Joseph Watson in the Blue Hen No. 30 and Dominick Buffalino.

The names were the same but the order was shuffled as Hendrickson and then Howard took the crossed flags for half way.  Laubach ran third with Buffalino and Joseph Watson trailing.

Two laps later, Sam Martz drew a caution when he slowed on the track.  Hendrickson elected to start from the inside.  The multi-grooved track surface chanRSI_7059-Mged throughout the race and now, Howard could use the outside to drive by Hendrickson as the drove into turn three on lap twenty-three.

With Howard out in front, both Laubach and Brett Kressley began to make great strides forward using the fast outside line.  Laubach, who had dropped back to fourth, made his way by Buffalino before taking on Hendrickson for second.  Kressley, who ran outside the top five on a lap twenty-five restart, raced by Buffalino and then Hendrickson to race in third behind Howard and Laubach with ten laps to go.

Watt had a second tire issue and drew a caution, setting up another side by side challenge for the lead.  Howard raced on the outside of Laubach and pulled out in front as the leaders exited turn two on lap thirty-one.  Hendrickson challenged Kressley for third.

Laubach slowed and headed to the pits on lap thirty-four as Hendrickson now ran second to Howard, followed by Kressley, Joseph Watson and Buffalino.

As the laps counted down, Kressley had a tire going down.  With Howard and Hendrickson leading the way, Joseph Watson passed Kressley for third with five to go.  Buffalino and the number one driver on Bridgeport’s Feature Win List, Jimmy Horton raced with Kressley for a spot in the top five.  With two to go, Buffalino took over fourth.  Horton and Kressley took it to the final lap with Horton grabbing the spot as the field raced to the checkered flag.

“My car was so tight early in the race that I thought I had a motor issue,” Howard explained.  But the track came to Howard later in the race and there were no issues with the new Billy the Kid powerplant under the hood of the No. 66.  “We really needed this,” Howard stated.  “It’s been a month or so since we had a win.  We’ve been struggling.”

Howard has won twice in 811 Dig 2016 Poker Series with Buffalino and Sam Martz also collecting one win a piece and an Ace for their Poker hands.


Seventeen year old, Matt Stangle held off the late race challenges of Jeff Bubori to win his second Bridgeport feature of the season and capture his first Poker Series win, collecting an Ace for his efforts in Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman competition..  Bubori had a strong outing, finishing seconRSI_7151-M d after challenging for the lead.  Brian Papiez, the winner of the last Poker Series event for the Crate/Sportsman, finished third followed by Brandon Grosso and Stephen Kemery.  Grosso, Pete Visconti, Papiez and Stangle all hold Aces for the Poker competition.


TJ Henry picked up his sixth win of the season and second 811 Dig Safely Poker Series win as he raced to the checkered flag ahead of Ron Frees, the winner of the first Poker Series hand for the PennCo Tech Outlaw Stocks.  Henry now holds two Aces and Frees one in the three hands that have been completed for this division.  Tom Wills, Jr. finished third with Brian Ludwig and Scott Dugan following the leaders to the checkered flag.

 Tripleheader action returns to the Bridgeport Speedway this Saturday night as the sprint cars from the Hilborn Tri-State Race Saver Sprints join the Spirit Auto Center Big Block Modifieds and Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman.  And for the kids – a Money Scramble!  Racing gets underway at 7pm.


SPIRIT AUTO CENTER BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS (40 laps): 1. Duane Howard, 2. Wade Hendrickson, 3. Joseph Watson, 4. Dominick Bufffalino, 5. Jimmy Horton, 6. Brett Kressley, 7. Ryan Anderson, 8. Ryan Watt, 9. Richie Pratt, Jr., 10. Jordan Watson, 11. Ryan Krachun, 12. Jim Britt, 13. Ron Roberts, 14. Mike Franz, 15. Rick Laubach, 16. Billy Pauch, Jr., 17. Sam Martz, 18. Brad Robert, 19. Danny Bouc, 20. Scott Ambruster, 21. Craig VonDohren, 22. C.J. Jones, 23. David Hunt, 24. Stan Frankenfield, DNS – Dave Shirk, Tommy Scheetz, Pete Visconti, Jeff Strunk, Tommy Beamer, Billy Pauch, Sr., Bob Sarkisian


STEWART STAINLESS SUPPLY CRATE/SPORTSMAN (20 laps): 1. Matt Stangle, 2. Jeff Bubori, 3. Brian Papiez, 4. Brandon Grosso, 5. Steve Kemery, 6. Steve Davis, 7. David Crossman, 8. Cylde Cox, 9. Bill Briggs, 10. John Micek, 11. Roger Manning, 12. Matt Smith, 13. Adam Cox, 14. Tom Sherby, 15. Tom Holding, 16. John Farissier, 17. Jeremy Harrington, 18. Jeramy Doerr, 19. Scott Hulmes, DNS – Melissa Scarpati, Bob Lilick, Kris Lilick, Eric Kormann


PENNCO TECH OUTLAW STOCKS (15 laps): 1. T.J. Henry, 2. Ron Frees, 3. Tom Wills, Jr., 4. Brian Ludwig, 5. Scott Dugan, 6. Billy Wroble, 7. Jeff Dirkes, 8. Ed Bischoff, 9. Jon Meyer, 10. Terry Griffin, 11. Doug DeBray, 12. Jimmy Avery, 13. Jack Beaumont, 14. Joe Meron, 15. Mark Campagna, 16. Art Avery, 17. John Parker, 18. Spider Ensinger, 19. Gary Klimeczak

Upcoming events

     Saturday, July 9 – Kids Money Scramble – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman & Tri State Race Saver Sprint Cars, racing at 7pm

     Saturday, July 16 – First Responders Night – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman & Twin 12s for Outlaw Stocks, racing at 7pm

     Saturday, July 23 – BIKE NIGHT – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman, Tri State Race Saver Sprints & GS Vintage Cars, racing at 7pm

     Saturday, July 30 – JEEP JAMBOREE – Romp in the Swamp for Dystonia – Sponsored by Spirit Auto Center – Big Blocks, Twin 15s for Crate/Sportsman and Outlaw Stocks, racing at 7pm



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CJ Jones came up with a big win as he led Jordan Watson and Ryan Watt to the checkered flag to collect his first ever Spirit Auto Center Big Block Modified victory at the Bridgeport Speedway on Saturday night.  Jeremy Harrington (Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman) and TJ Henry (PennCo Tech Outlaw Stocks) continued their winning ways while Chuck Sayres, Jr. captured his fifth win on his way to the 2016 DA’s Auto Body Rookie Championship on Rookie graduation night.

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 Jones, who is a rookie in the Big Block Modified ranks this season, took the lead from Mike Franz on lap six and led the rest of the way to the checkered flag at the end of twenty-five laps.  Watson and Watt, who were running second and third at the time, were closing in on the leader prior to a lap eighteen caution flag.  Watson pulled ahead of Jones as the leaders raced out of turn two on the restart but Jones powered back in front by the time the lap was scored.  Jones than held his leadthrough the final laps, including another restart with just two laps to go.

 Jones took the checkered flag in Sal DeBruno’s Overhead Door No. 0 followed by Watson, Watt, Rick Laubach and David Hunt.

Jones first win came on Monster Truck Crush Cancer Night at the Bridgeport Speedway as the Spirit Auto Center presented the Ramminator and the Dodge Ram Ride Truck to race fans in attendance.  Fans were treated to a Monster Truck Demonstration and were able to ride in the Ride Truck for a mere donation to the Throat Cancer Foundation.  Several drivers also passed through the stands to collect donations that will be prBP-JC-6-24-16 (170)esented to the Foundation in memory of Larry Daniels, the beloved Bridgeport Speedway employee and number one racing fan who passed away during the off-season. 

Billy Briggs led the Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman feature for the first two laps before Brad Roberts completed the pass for the lead on lap three.  Harrington powered by Roberts on lap four and drove to his third win of the season.  Harrington became the first back-to-back winner in the division.
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Roberts hung with the leader all the way to the checkered flag to finish second.  Kris Lilick finshed third with Stephen Kemery taking fourth.  Jeff Bubori rebounded from an early race incident to finish fifth at the end of twenty laps.

TJ Henry picked up his fifth win of the season in PennCo Tech Outlaw Stock competition.  Joe Meron led the initial lap before Scott Dugan drove into the lead on lap two.  Henry won a three way battle for the lead on lap four as he raced both Dugan and Tom Wills, Jr. for the lead.
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Henry led the remaining laps for the win with Wills, Jr., Brian Ludwig, Dugan and Steve Land trailing the leader across the finish line.

Chuck Sayres, Jr. returned to Victory Lane on the final night of the 2016 DA’s Auto Body Rookie season and clinched thBP-JC-6-24-16 (87)e Rookie Championship.  Sayres took the lead from Shannon Marshall on lap one and drove unchallenged for the remaining laps to gain his fifth win of the season.  Tom Sherby battled with Marshall for several laps to finish second.  Marshall finished third followed by Ro ger Manning and Tom Terry.

The Bridgeport Speedway will be idle this Saturday, July 2nd in preparation for the High Stakes at the Port the next day, Sunday, July 3rd.  High Stakes at the Port is the fourth hand of the 811 Dig Safely 2016 Poker Series for the Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman and Outlaw Stocks.  Racing gets underway at 7:15.  Monday, July 4th has been designated as the rain date should one be needed.

SPIRIT AUTO CENTER BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS (25 laps): 1. C.J. Jones, 2. Jordan Watson, 3. Ryan Watt, 4. Rick Laubach, 5. David Hunt, 6. Ryan Anderson, 7. Ron Roberts, 8. Wade Hendrickson, 9. Scott Ambruster, 10. Jim Britt, 11. Richie Pratt, Jr., 12. Corey Andersen, 13. Joseph Watson, 14. Tommy Beamer, 15. Dave Shirk, 16. Anthony Moran, 17. Matthew Peck, 18. Sam Martz, 19. Bob Sarkisian, 20. Duane Howard, 21. Mike Franz, 22. Ed Firth, DNS – Jesse Hill


D.A. AUTO BODY& REPAIR ROOKIES (10 laps): 1. Chuck Sayres, Jr., 2. Tom Sherby, 3. Shannon Marshall, 4. Roger Manning, 5. Tom Terry


STEWART STAINLESS SUPPLY CRATE/SPORTSMAN (20 laps): 1. Jeremy Harrington, 2. Brad Roberts, 3. Kris Lilick, 4. Steve Kemery, 5. Jeff Bubori, 6. Ernie Miles, III, 7. Matt Stangle, 8. Jeramy Doerr, 9. David Crossman, 10. Billy Briggs, 11. Chuck Sayres, 12. Jeff Duprez, 13. Kevin Belmont, 14. Roger Manning, 15. Melissa Scarpati, 16. Steve Davis, 17. Marty Resnick, 18. Tom Sherby, 19. Tom Holding, 20. Eric Kormann, 21. J.R. Burritt, DNS – Bob Lilick


PENNCO TECH OUTLAW STOCKS (15 laps): 1. T.J. Henry, 2. Tom Wills, Jr., 3. Brian Ludwig, 4. Scott Dugan, 5. Steven Land, 6. Joe Meron, 7. Doug DeBray, 8. Art Avery, 9. Mark Campagna, 10. John Parker, 11. Jack Beaumont, 12. Terry Griffin, 13. Jeff Dirkes



Upcoming event

      Sunday, July 3 – HIGH STAKES AT THE PORT – 811 DIG SAFELY POKER SERIES HAND #4 – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman & Outlaw Stocks, racing at 7:15 (Monday rain date if needed)

     Saturday, July 9 – Kids Money Scramble – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman & Tri State Race Saver Sprint Cars, racing at 7pm

     Saturday, July 16 – First Responders Night – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman & Twin 12s for Outlaw Stocks, racing at 7pm

     Saturday, July 23 – BIKE NIGHT – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman, Tri State Race Saver Sprints & GS Vintage Cars, racing at 7pm

      Saturday, July 30 – JEEP JAMBOREE – Romp in the Swamp for Dystonia – Sponsored by Spirit Auto Center – Big Blocks, Twin 15s for Crate/Sportsman and Outlaw Stocks, racing at 7pm








Fresh off an astounding ‘Pack the House’ night, Bridgeport Speedway will once again be ‘crushing’ the competition this coming weekend.  The first Monster Truck appearance in many, many years will be taking place at the South Jersey racing complex this Friday and Saturday.  In an effort to fight cancer and create cancer awareness, specifically throat cancer, the Hall Bros. and their Monster Trucks along with Spirit Auto Center will be making a rare appearance at the Bridgeport and Spirit Auto Center Speedways on June 24 & 25.


‘We’ve been looking forward to this weekend for a long time.  Actually, we were rained out last year when these guys were coming to the track, so we’re excited to have them back,” explained General Manager Danny Serrano.  The Hall Bros. will be towing into town with their famous ‘Rammunition’ and ‘Raminator’ Monster Trucks.  Both trucks are 2016 Ram 1500’s, 10 foot high, weigh over 10,000 lbs, create over 2,000 horsepower, and have 565 cu. in. supercharged hemi engines!  Mike Baus of Spirit Auto Center is also pumped up about sponsoring the weekend at Gloucester County facility.  “Bridgeport (5/8 mile) and now the Friday night program at Spirit Auto Center Speedway (1/4 mile) are such great marketing partners of ours, and the fact that we can bring in the Hall Bros. and their awesome car crushing Monster Trucks is just going to be a great deal for everyone,” expressed Baus.  The ‘Raminator’ is an 8-seat ride-along Monster Truck that will be present both Friday and Saturday this weekend.  Meanwhile, ‘Rammuntion’ will be making an appearance on Saturday evening to crush several cars for the great Bridgeport Speedway fans.


As cars will be crushed on Saturday, the Bridgeport and Spirit Auto Center Families’ main goal is to not only thrill all the fans in attendance, but to raise awareness of throat cancer.  Long-time race fan and one of Bridgeport’s own, Larry Daniels, succumbed to throat cancer this past winter.  Larry was a fixture at Bridgeport as well as to the racing community.  ‘Larry knew something was wrong but he was either too afraid to go to the doctor or wasn’t properly educated about the early signs of cancer,’ Serrano added.  ‘I know Larry would be proud of us if we can help others by creating awareness of this horrible disease.”  Bridgeport Speedway will be doing a helmet pass for donations going to the Throat Cancer Foundation at in Larry Daniels name.  Bridgeport will also be taking donations for the ride truck on Saturday night to go towards the throat cancer foundation.



The Big Block Modifieds will return to action this week.  Who will get to the checkered flag first?  Ryan Watt, Rick Laubach and Sam Martz are the most recent winners with 2015 Champion Jamie Mills the only driver to date to be a repeat winner in the Modified division.  Mills is still recovering from injuries sustained in late May with his Blue Hen No. 30 currently driven by his nephew, Joseph Watson.   Jeremy Harrington became the first to repeat in Crate/Sportsman action after Matt Stangle andBrian Papiez gained their first ever Bridgeport wins in recent events.   TJ Henry has been racking up the wins in the Outlaw Stocks but Tom Wills, Jr., Brian Ludwig, Scott Dugan and a host of others are looking to get to the checkered flag first.   Tom Sherby has two consecutive wins in the Rookie division, stopping Chuck Sayre’s win streak at four.  And it’s graduation night for the 2016 class of DA’s Auto Body Rookies!  The 2016 Rookie Champion will be crowned on Saturday night!


Lots of action coming your way with racing getting started at 7pm.  Come out early and enjoy the concessions and musical entertainment.  Or take a ride on the Bandit Bus to get a look behind the scenes.  Check out the Bridgeport Bullet – the official program of the Bridgeport Speedway – for stories and pictures of all of the latest action plus driver rosters, point standings, line-up and so much more!

Remember – the Bridgeport Speedway is the only place to see Big Block Modified Racing in the Garden State!

There’s plenty to do for all at the Bridgeport Speedway!



Upcoming event

     Saturday, June 25 – Spirit Auto Center’s Monster Truck Crush Cancer Night – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman, Outlaw Stocks and Rookie Graduation, racing at 7pm

     Sunday, July 3 – HIGH STAKES AT THE PORT – 811 DIG SAFELY POKER SERIES HAND #4 – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman & Outlaw Stocks, racing at 7:15

     Saturday, July 9 – Kids Money Scramble – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman & Tri State Race Saver Sprint Cars, racing at 7pm

     Saturday, July 16 – First Responders Night – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman & Twin 12s for Outlaw Stocks, racing at 7pm

     Saturday, July 23 – BIKE NIGHT – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman, Tri State Race Saver Sprints & GS Vintage Cars, racing at 7pm

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