Comment below from George Pavlisko. This was the last race I ever went to at Old Bridge. The Tree folks where there as always. ARDC put on a great show. That was the day that Sonny Saunders flipped on the backstretch, get ejected from the car and some how was not badly hurt, from what I remember.
The Green Flag Driving Experience offers instruction to beginning racers in either three-quarter midgets — which, with cc motorcycle-based engines, are less powerful than larger midgets — on in Legends cars or full-sized modifieds. One of the photos accompanying this story is of a winged TQ midget, but it is not one of the school cars. The Green Flag Driving Experience says that it supplies fire suits and helmets to its students, but the company web site does not mention head and neck restraints. In a photo gallery of the August 9 school session, it does appear that foam collars are available for student use. It is not known at present what sort of injuries Gambacorto suffered. A photo taken at the scene shows a yellow TQ midget that appears to have hit, and badly bent, the double Armco steel barrier outside the racing surface. One of our experienced racing staff will demonstrate driving techniques as you follow out of the pit area, past the grandstands and into turn one.
NJ Advance Media file photo. The sprawling motorsports complex in the Englishtown section of Old Bridge Township will remain open as a venue for motocross and other forms of racing, as well as for concerts, flea markets and other events. But the drag strip, the traditional heart of Raceway Park , is going the way of nearly two dozen tracks in New Jersey — and at least one notable speedway in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley — that opened in the early and midth Century but are now gone and largely forgotten. Racing is still in New Jersey's blood. In spite of the shrinking number of tracks and drag strips, Martin Truex, Jr.
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