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

         Email –


               Andy Kates, Matt Bruce, and Rick Thompson

           Week 2  NASCAR Championship Series Winners                 

Frogg Ocean Speedway held its second week of its NASCAR Series Friday night. The evening began with a series of 3 minute heat races for the three divisions. Heat winners for the evening were: Jaida Brown, Kayla Brown, Eric Fogg, Bruce Mitchell, Matt Bruce, Gavin Roth, and Walt Roth.


 Andy Kates captured his second  Jr. Division “A” Main with an impressive “come from behind” effort. Finishing second with one of the best races of her career was Jaida Brown. Kayla Brown drove her car to a strong third place finish with Noah Brown showing that he is ready to compete with fourth place finish. Brady Thompson and Gavin Roth drove good races to finish fifth and sixth.  The “B” Main winner was Andy Kates with Noah Brown second. Finishing third was Jaedon Angelis, followed by Eddie Kates and Autumn Roth. 


Eight Amateur Division drivers competed in a 15 minute “round robin”  “A” Main. Taking the win was Rick Thompson, with Kent Weaver second. Third position went to Walt Roth followed by Tony Percival, Doug Fogg, Larry Bishov,  Jeff Nazar, and Jim Garrison. 


The Pro Division, racing Group 12 motors this week, was won by Matt Bruce. Finishing second  was Eric Fogg with Tom “Brutal” Varinecz finishing third for the second week in a row. Fourth was Dr. Luke Fogg followed by Tyler Garrison and Bruce Mitchell.


The top qualifier for the evening was Matt Bruce.


For the next two races, to be held on Jan. 20 and Jan. 27, sealed S16D motors must be used.