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Swedesboro, NJ........Coleman Gulick of Bridgehampton, N.Y. won Tuesday night's 25-lap USAC East Coast Sprint race at Bridgeport Speedway. He passed Joey Biasi on lap five and led the rest of the way to beat Steven Drevicki, Ryan Godown, Biasi and Eddie Strada. The series continues Friday night at Big Diamond Speedway in Pottsville, Pa.

USAC EAST COAST SPRINT CAR RACE RESULTS: July 17, 2018 - Swedesboro, New Jersey - Bridgeport Speedway - "Three for All"

FIRST HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Bill Unglert (#33b Unglert), 2. Coleman Gulick (#14c Gulick), 3. Trevor Kobylarz (#14 Kobylarz), 4. Steve Surniak (#1st Surniak), 5. Josh Swanson (#17j Swanson), 6. Heidi Hedin (#3h Hedin), 7. Bobby Sandt Jr. (#131 Sandt), 8. Larry Drake (#8 Drake). NT

SECOND HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Chandler Leiby (#119 Leiby), 2. Kyle Lick (#8L Lick), 3. Trey Hivner (#7 TH Racing), 4. Ryan Quackenbush (#5Q RQR Racing), 5. Brian Riccio (#09 Riccio), 6. Dean Conk Jr. (#115 Conk), 7. Zach Burd (#5z Burd), 8. Craig Pelligrini (#27c Pelligrini). NT

THIRD HEAT: (10 laps) 1. Steven Drevicki (#19 Drevicki), 2. Mark Bitner (#15 Bitner), 3. Joey Biasi (#B1 Biasi), 4. Chris Allen Jr. (#71 Allen), 5. Eric Jennings (#32 Neiger/Hamilton), 6. Ryan Godown (#4F Freyer), 7. Eddie Strada (#5G Gallagher). NT

CONSOLATION RACE: (12 laps) 1. Strada, 2. Godown, 3. Sandt, 4. Hedin, 5. Burd, 6. Pelligrini, Conk, 8. Drake. NT

FEATURE: (25 laps) 1. Coleman Gulick, 2. Steven Drevicki, 3. Ryan Godown, 4. Joey Biasi, 5. Eddie Strada, 6. Trevor Kobylarz, 7. Bill Undlert, 8. Chris Allen Jr., 9. Eric Jennings, 10. Mark Bitner, 11. John Swanson, 12. Brian Riccio, 13. Zach Burd, 14. Bobby Sandt Jr., 15. Heidi Hedin, 16. Craig Pelligrini, 17. Trey Hivner, 18. Ryan Quackenbush, 19. Chandler Leiby, 20. Steve Surniak, 21. Kyle Lick. NT
**Leiby flipped on lap 10 of the feature.

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-4 Biasi, Laps 5-25 Gulick.


NEW USAC EAST COAST SPRINT POINTS: 1-Drevicki-365, 2-Biasi-328, 3-Strada-323, 4-Leiby-307, 5-Godown-280, 6-Bitner-246, 7-Quackenbush-238, 8-Kobylarz-207, 9-Jennings-177, 10-Unglert-172.

NEXT USAC EAST COAST SPRINT CAR RACE: July 20 - Pottsville, PA - Big Diamond Speedway

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Bridgeport Utilizes Wednesday Rain Date for “Three for All”

Bridgeport, NJ - Bridgeport Speedway has decided to push back Tuesday’s racing program to their original scheduled rain date of Wednesday, July 18. The Super Late Models, 358 small blocks, and USAC East Coast wingless 360 sprint cars will now thrill the crowd a day later on the all new Design for Vision/Sunglass Central 3/8 mile.

“And the trend continues here for us,” offered general manager Danny Serrano. “We were off this weekend and it was gorgeous weather of course....come back Tuesday and the forecast says 100% chance of thunderstorms. However, the silver lining in all of this is that Wednesdaylooks picture perfect for racing. It’s gonna be a hell of show and we’ve got tons of drivers that can’t wait to try out the new 3/8. We’ve been out there prepping it all day and this way we’ll be ready for Wednesday now,” Serrano added. “It’s not often you can see guys like Austin Hubbard, Billy Pauch, Eddie Strada, Kyle Hardy, Jeff Strunk, Mike Gular, Mark Bitner, Ryan Godown, Amanda Whaley, Coleby Frye, and Bernheisel all in one night!”

Pit gates open at 3pm while grandstands open at 5pm. Hot laps take place at 6:15 and racing begins at 7:15 pm. For more information please visit or check us out on Facebook, Twitter, and instagram.

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Calling all patriots! Come spend your holiday weekend with us on Sunday July 1st as Colonial Pipeline Co. brings you The All American 40 Hand 2 of the 811 Dig Safely Poker Series. You will get to see fierce Spirit Auto Center Big Block Modified competitors like local sensations Flyin' Ryan Watt, Sammy Martz, Brett Kressley, Billy 'The Kid' Pauch and more battle it out against invaders like Duane Howard, Frank Cozze, Ryan Godown, Jamie Mills, Jordan Watson, and others. Plus the Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman, and Pennco Tech Outlaw Stocks will be on hand as well all brought to you by Lyon's Construction

Premio Foods will be in the house for a Buy 1 Get 1 FREE Sausage Sandwich night, a Sausage Eating contest where the winner gets $100 cash during intermission, and anyone wearing Martz Motorsports #3 apparel gets a Free Sausage Sandwich all courtesy of Premio Foods

Plus: Live Music, Moon Bounces, Bandit Bus Rides, Ice Cream and Water Ice, BBQ, and much more!

Pit Gates open at 4:00pm
Grandstands open at 5:00pm

Racing starts at 7:00pm

General Admission is $25
Pit Admission is $35
Kids(10-15) are $10
Children 9 and under are FREE

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Winner Austin Bishop (Ralph Richards Photo)











Austin Bishop won his fourth feature event of 2018, but his first ever with Delaware Auto Exchange Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series this past Saturday Night at Bridgeport Speedway. In front of a packed grandstands on account of the speedway's annual 'Pack the House Night' free admission to fans event, Bishop survived multiple restarts, pressure from a hard charging and fast Jeff Geiges and two red flags to take the $450 to win cash prize, thanks to race night sponsor Lin Bethman's Auto Center.

"In those final laps, all I could think about was a staying out front in the clean air and keeping my line straight because I knew Stillwaggon was close behind and he is usually fast at Bridgeport," Bishop mentioned. "I noticed the track started to take rubber in the middle groove, so the objective for me was to keep the car straight and in the rubber so that I could bring it home to victory lane!"

Bishop, who started on the inside pole along side Jeff Geiges after drawing the number one spot during the CRC Industries Brakleen redraw, quickly jumped out front of the twenty-four car field, and maintained the position all throughout the twenty lap feature, constantly facing a challenge from veteran driver, Jeff Geiges, who was all over the back bumper for the first half of the feature.

"Jeff and I were putting on an awesome race and we were both fast!" Bishop said. "At the half way point, I got caught up with the lapped car of Leaper, who was running the same middle line that I was, and coming out of turn two, I anticipated to get around Dan going low, and we came up to him quickly, and unfortunately he went low too, causing me to get into the back of him," Bishop explained.

"I tried to quickly unhook our bumpers by going around the outside of him, but it was just to late and we spun him around, collecting Geiges as well. I feel bad about the situation and how it happened, but I'm just glad that everyone walked away unharmed," Bishop said.

With Geiges now sidelined after the lap nine mishap, Bishop ran away with the win, with the battle for second gaining attention with Tim Tanner Jr. and Ryan Stillwaggon swapping positions, with Tanner eventually finishing up in the runner up spot, and Stillwaggon settling in third. Eddie Wagner and Dave Brown would round out the top five.

"Our season started off a little rocky, with us not being able to finish the first three races we've entered, but now, after running eight shows total in 2018, we've won four of them!" Bishop said. "We're running for National points and the MASS championship this year, so as long as we have twenty decent finishes, we should be in good shape."

Austin Bishop credits his success to the crew of the No. 11A (Parke Bishop, Tyler Rissler, and Frank Styer) and his sponsors Kozie Clothes, Sloan Ford, Doug's Welding, Classic Car Auto Mall, Frank's Shocks and Two Cousin's Pizza.

This weekend, the Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series has off, but is scheduled to return to action next Saturday, June 30th Grandview Speedway Inc.. Information on this event will be released in the coming days.

For more information on upcoming events, LIVE race day coverage, and exclusive interviews with drivers, visit our Facebook page Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series, on Instagram and Twitter @masprints305 and our website

LIN BETHMAN AUTO CENTER FEATURE FINISH (20 LAPS): AUSTIN BISHOP, Tim Tanner Jr., Ryan Stillwaggon, Eddie Wagner, Dave Brown, Brendon Poff, Scott R Frack, Mark Bitner, Rick Stief, Tom Carberry, Bryant Davis, Samantha Lieberman, Cj Faison, Randy Wilbert, Craig Pellegrini Jr., Josh Fox, Jason Dunn, Chad Connor, Larry Mc Vay, Logan Diehl, Jeff Geiges, Dean Conk Jr., Dan Leaper, Doug Suiter DNS- Zack Burd

Professional Design Services HEAT 1 $50 CASH - Jeff Geiges
Freiberger Excavating HEAT 2 $50 CASH - Eddie Wagner
Bruce's Auto Body HEAT 3 $50 CASH - Tim Tanner Jr.
Engler Machine and Tool Front Row - Austin Bishop & Jeff Geiges
Thayer Performance Burning Rubber Hard Charger Bonus - Dave Brown (+10 positions)
Half Way Leader $25 CASH - Austin Bishop
Bitner Automotive Lightning Fast Time Award $25 CASH - Jeff Geiges
Kelly Racing Fuels 5 Gallons of FREE Fuel - Austin Bishop
Keizer Sprint Wheels $50 Gift Certificate 10th Place Finisher - Tom Carberry
$50 CASH Random Driver's Meeting Giveaway & $25 Worst Pill Draw - Craig Pellegrini Jr.



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The fans asked for it and the fans got it! Don't miss this thrill ride of a show as the Oh So Wild & Crazy USAC Racing Amsoil USAC 410 Wingless Sprint cars hit the brand new Design For Vision/ Sunglass Central 3/8 mile Speedway at Bridgeport. The Winged 600cc Micro Sprints will be the support division for this show. Make no mistake about it Action Track USA and Spirit Speedway has proved to everyone that the 600's can put one heck of a show as well.

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General Admission adult tickets - $30
Reserved Seating Adult Tickets - $35
GA Kids(10-15) - $10
Reserved Kids(10-15) - $15
Children 9 and under are FREE

Pit Tickets - $35

3:00 p.m. - Pit Gates Open
5:00 p.m. - Grandstand Gates Open
7:30pm - Racing Starts

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1 - Parker Guldin, 2 - Sammy Martz Jr, 3 - Seth Spayd, 4 - Danny Buccafusca, 5 - Dave Hartman

1 - Tom Wills Jr, 2 - Lee Allen, 3 - Mike Creamer, 4 - Scott Hulmes, 5 - Brian Ludwig, 6 - Jeramy Doerr,
7 - David Kramer, 8 - Ken Moren, 9 - Paul Donahue, 10 - Keirh McKinley, 11 - Darren Cox, 12 - Rich Stinson,
13 - Jeff Dirkes, 14 - Steven Land

1 - Sammy Martz Sr, 2 - Tommy Beamer, 3 - Ryan Watt, 4 - Richie Pratt Jr, 5 - Roger Manning, 6 - Neal Williams,
7 - Billy Pauch Sr, 8 - Ron Roberts, 9 - Bucky Kell, 10 - David Hunt, 11 - Stan Frankenfield, 12 - Dave Shirk,
13 - Tom Maccherone, 14 - Ernie Miles III, 15 - Jim Britt, 16 - Ricky Dieva, 17 - Jack Swain, 18 - Rick Laubach,
19 - Mike Franz, 20 - Travis Hill, 21 - Wade Hendrickson, 22 - Steve Kemery

1 - Matthew Luzi, 2 - Wayne Weaver, 3 - Frank Dorry, 4 - Tom Sherby, 5 - Tom Moore, 6 - Eric Kormann,
7 - Bobby Bracall, 8 - David Crossman, 9 - Danny Buccafusca, 10 - Chris Jenkins, 11 - Dave Damiano,
12 - Howard Huepfel, 13 - Sammy Martz Jr, 14 - David Hartman, 15 - Mark Clauss, 16 - Pete Serra,
17 - Roger Gaskill, 18 - Rich Wegner Sr, 19 - Tom Holding, 20 - Jim Gallagher Jr, 21 - Brad Roberts,
22 - Tommy Errico, 23 - Scott Kohler, 24 - Seth Spayd, 25 - Parker Guldin, 26 - Jeremy Harrington

1 - PJ Williams, 2 - Whitey Kidd III, 3 - Steve Bracall, 4 - Matt Smith, 5 - Nick Havens, 6 - Jermain Godshall,
7 - Tommy Kunsman, 8 - Wayne Scott, 9 - Luke Thomas, 10 -Steven Kemery, 11 - Josh Conover, 12 - Joe Dopke,
13 - Brandon Pavel, 14 - Chris Fenimore, 15 - Colin Bustard, 16 - Richie Keller, 17 - William Butler,
18 - Josh Martin, 19 - Mark Landwher, 20 - Jon Keller, 21 - Bobby Butler, 22 - Corey Andersen, 23 - Travis Hill,
24 - Lee Nardelli DNQ - Sam Lamothe, Joe Bednarik, Robert Miles, Billy Calvert, Rebecca Lamothe, Dave Damaio,
Nick Walton, Justin Murphy

1 - Ken Andreas, 2 - Alex Swift, 3 - Tommy Kunsman, 4 - Kyle Weiss, 5 - Devin Porch, 6 - Brandon Shipley,
7 - Steve Coslop, 8 - Billy Gray, 9 - Bill Murphy, 10 - Jonathan John, 11 - Kristen Landwher, 12 - John West,
13 - Ross Holler, 14 - Ed Tyers, 15 - Buddy Schweibenz, 16 - John Wagner Jr, 17 - Ron Ford, 18 - Matt Hoffman,
19 - Richie Keller DNQ - Logan Diehl

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