Frogg Ocean Speedway
Canton, New Jersey
1/24th Scale Slot Car Racing
12 Week NASCAR Racing Series
Friday Night - January thru March 2017
6 Lane – 100 Feet – Frogg Ocean Speedway
Frogg Ocean Speedway is located in the home of Bruce & Nancy Mitchell. It is operated as a non-profit Club track. Racing and practice is limited to Friday nights.
All Slot Car Racers are welcome.
Telephone (856) 935 1299
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Eddie Kates, Andy Kates, Debbie Heller, and
Week 7 NASCAR Championship Series Winners
2/18/ 17—Frogg Ocean Speedway held its seventh week of racing Friday night. The evening began with a series of 3 minute heat races for the three divisions. A total of 26 drivers signed in for the competition. Heat winners for the evening were: Andy Kates, Jaida Brown, Rob Renninger, Bruce Mitchell, Matt Bruce, Kayla Brown, Brady Thompson, Rick Thompson, and Douglas Fogg. The top qualifier for the evening was Rob Renninger.
Eddie Kates won his first Jr. Division “A Main Friday night. Noah Brown only two laps down drove a good race to finish second. Third place with a good run was Brady Thompson. Fourth spot also with a good effort was Jaedon Angelis. Dominic Militti ran a good race to earn fifth place. Sixth was Gabriel Militti with rookie driver seventh in her first start.
Frogg Ocean Speedway held a fourth main event this week matching the top three Jr, Division drivers against three Amateur Division drivers. The nine minute event was a great race with Jr.Divsion driver Andy Kates taking the win. Second only one lap down was Amateur driver Tony Percival. Amateur drivers Kayla and Jaida Brown finshed third and fourth. Fifth was Luke Fogg with another first time racer Dawson McElhany sixth.
The Pro Division was an exciting race and was won by Debbie Heller as she passed Rob
Renninger as their cars came to rest when the power shut off at the end of the race. Finishing
third was Matt Bruce with Buddy Avis fourth. Bruce Mitchell finished fifth with Eric Fogg
sixth. The Pro Division “B” Main winner was Debbie Heller with Matt Bruce second
followed by Dr. Luke Fogg, Chris Heller and Tom Varinecz.
Rick Thompson returned this week and showed he had his car ready as he handily won his third Amateur Division “A” Main of the season. Finishing second was the Franklinville “Flash” Tony Percival. Third spot with a good run was Doug Fogg. Fourth was two time winner Kent Weaver followed by Joe Militti and Luke Fogg.
For the next race this Friday night February 24 sealed S16D motors must be used.
A short meeting was held for the Amateur Division drivers. It was decided for the Amateur Division that only sealed S16D motors are permitted for the remainder of the 2017 season.