December 12, 2014
The SB Image, New Jersey Motorsports Park announce partnership
“Official Media Production Company” has specialized in event, portrait, and sports/motorsports photography since 2005
MILLVILLE, N.J. – New Jersey Motorsports Park and The SB Image have announced an agreement designating the local outfit as an official partner of the Millville facility.
The SB Image, which was formed in 2005, will have a presence in The General’s Store, located in the paddock at the 2.25-mile Thunderbolt Raceway, allowing for the display and purchase of photographs and services.
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In addition, the New Jersey-based company will exclusively produce promotional and event recap pieces for the Park, allowing fans an inside look at what NJMP offers on and off the racetrack. These productions will frequent the Park’s official website and the associated social media accounts of both parties.
“We’re proud to add The SB Image to our family of partners,” said Brad Scott, General Manager/COO of NJMP. “Ray and Sara have a great deal of experience in motorsports, especially at New Jersey Motorsports Park. We’re looking forward to a long and productive partnership with them.”
For event tickets and more information, call 856-327-8000 or visit NJMP.com. You can also stay up to speed with New Jersey Motorsports Park by following on Twitter at @NJMP or becoming a fan on Facebook at Facebook.com/NewJerseyMotorsportsPark.
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New Jersey Motorsports Park 2015 tickets, season passes on sale for major spectator events
MILLVILLE, N.J. – Single event tickets and season passes for 2015 major spectator events at New Jersey Motorsports Park are on sale now.
Returning for 2015, the season pass includes admission to the SCCA Devil in the Dark 12-hour, Championship Cup Series, SCCA Lightning Challenge, ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards, Weekend of Thunder (Trans-Am Championship, Formula Lites), Vintage Motorcycle Festival (AHRMA, Swap Meet), U.S. Majors, Atlantic/F2000/F1600 Championships, MotoAmerica Championship of New Jersey, Vintage Racer Group, and SCCA Jersey Road Racing Classic, and all club racing events.
The season pass does not include ChumpCar/ChampTruck World Series races, 24 Hours of LeMons: Real Hoopties of New Jersey, and Monster Truck events.
In addition to gate admission, season pass holders will receive VIP parking, $20 karting sessions all season (some restrictions apply), and an NJMP souvenir pack.
Also on sale now are Turn 3 VIP tickets for several race weekends on next season’s calendar. The Turn 3 VIP Club, located inside of the Officers Club on the back straightaway of Thunderbolt Raceway, gives ticket holders an exclusive, elevated indoor/outdoor viewing area overlooking the challenging Turn 3 section of the course.
A turn 3 VIP ticket is an add-on to gate admission tickets, includes access to the Officers Club, air conditioning and TV’s, VIP parking in the paddock area, buffet, snacks, and soft drinks. During selected race weekends, private driver/rider autograph sessions are also held for ticket holders.
Family 4-packs are available for the August 1-2, 2015 Monster Truck shows, which include two adult and two children tickets (12-and-under) to either Saturday or Sunday’s event, sold separately.
Single-event ticket prices will vary by race weekend, with purchase available online at www.njmp.com or by calling 856-327-7256.
A one-day online ticket sale will take place on Monday, December 15th, with ticket buyers receiving a free $5 NJMP Gift Card with each ticket purchase. In addition, those who purchase a $100 NJMP Gift Card will receive a $20 gift card free.
For more information or to purchase your tickets, visit www.njmp.com or call the NJMP registration office at 856-327-7256.
Tickets now on sale for New Jersey Motorsports Park’s 2015 major spectator events:
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Coats for Kids drive makes a difference for over 500 Cumberland County children from 17 schools
Atlantic City Electric, Bottino’s Shoprite, South Jersey Gas, Wal-Mart, and Susquehanna Bank play major roles
MILLVILLE, N.J. – Over 500 local school children are scheduled to visit New Jersey Motorsports Park on Friday, Dec. 5 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to enjoy their “Coats for Kids” holiday program hosted by the New Jersey Motorsports Park Green Flag Children’s Charities.
Cumberland County elementary and middle school students, selected by their school, will choose a brand new winter coat, a pair of gloves or mittens, a hat and a scarf, a book or two and then enjoy a hot, healthy lunch, plus a visit with Santa and some corporate mascots. Each item has been donated to the drive by corporations, Green Flag Committee members, and racers.
“The support of the corporate and local volunteer and racing community in providing these children with brand new warm-weather clothing of their choice is overwhelming,” said Patti Mackie, co-chairperson of the Coats for Kids committee.
“This is one of those special events we look forward to hosting every holiday season,” said Brad Scott, general manager and COO of New Jersey Motorsports Park. “We’re thankful for the support of the community and we’re pleased that over 500 children in Cumberland County will benefit from our coat drive.”
“The Green Flag Committee volunteers work hard to support our local children’s organizations,” said Don Fauerbach, founder of the NJMP Green Flag Committee. “For the seventh year in a row we are providing these children in need warmth, love, and happiness during the holidays. We’re thankful for the support of our sponsors, our community, and all the racers who have helped us raise the funds necessary to accomplish this special goal for these children.”
Leading the corporate contribution list are; Bottino’s Shoprite, Wal-Mart, South Jersey Gas, Susquehanna Bank, and Atlantic City Electric with their generous contributions. Bottino’s Shoprite Stores are donating, preparing and serving the complete luncheon for the children, Wal-Mart is contributing new coats, and South Jersey Gas, Atlantic City Electric, and Susquehanna Bank are providing funding to purchase a portion of the winter wear.
The motorsports community has once again provided significant support for this year’s coat drive. The South Jersey Region of the Sport Car Club of America (SCCA) conducted a funds drive to benefit Coats for Kids, raising hundreds of dollars to help purchase additional winter coats during their recent regional races held at NJMP, and numerous Porsche and BMW racing clubs have also made substantial contributions.
In addition to the Coats for Kids program, NJMP plays host to a number of community fund raising events throughout the year. The facility also annually hosts the Barbara Cook and Bill Bottino Mud Run to fight Cancer and a Daytona 500 viewing party that raises funds for the Green Flag Children’s Charities. For more information, visit www.NJMPgfc.org or call (856) 327-7201.
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October 27, 2014
Northeast Karting Showdown crowns 2014 go karting champions
9 classes battled over 7 points-paying races at New Jersey Motorsports Park
MILLVILLE, N.J. – The Northeast Karting Showdown, a 7-race club go karting racing series based at New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville, N.J., crowned its 2014 champions during the October 18th season finale.
“As we conclude our 2014 season, we want to send a huge congratulations out to our Northeast Karting Showdown champions and thank everyone who participated in the club series,” said Steven Hahn, New Jersey Motorsports Park’s Karting facility manager.
“It was a great season with very competitive racing by some of the best kart racers in the region. We thoroughly enjoyed watching this competition and camaraderie all year, and we hope to see everyone back on track next season.”
Top-3 finishers in each class are listed below.
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October 24, 2014
New Jersey Motorsports Park announces Phase II of Exotic Car Garages
Real estate development to take place overlooking Thunderbolt Raceway
MILLVILLE, N.J. – Following the successful completion of the Exotic Car Garages structure overlooking Thunderbolt Raceway this past year, New Jersey Motorsports Park is excited to announce the project’s second phase, featuring up to six trackside units and a slightly revised footprint.
Plans call for units sized at 800, 1,200, 1,400, and 1,600 square feet priced at $140 per square foot, with an additional $5 per square foot for two premium end units.
“We’re looking forward to getting the second phase of this development project underway,” said NJMP general manager Brad Scott. “We plan to follow the same look and feel as the first garage building, with some tweaks made here and there. It’s going to be another great addition to the real estate opportunities here at New Jersey Motorsports Park.”
One such adjustment is the addition of a ground-level patio that overlooks the portion of Thunderbolt Raceway affectionately known as “The Devil”. Outside decks also remain an available upgrade to each buyer.
Also included with the climate controlled garage is a sprinkler system and CO2 detectors, water and flood drains, 24-hour security, asphalt driveway, landscaping, sewer and cable connections, lighting, an entrance door, and a ground-level sliding glass door that leads to the patio area.
“It’s great to see what our phase one garage owners are doing with their spaces. Lofts, decks, kitchenettes, lifts; if you can dream it up, it can be done,” said NJMP managing partner Lee Brahin. “The Exotic Car Garages have been a great addition to the infrastructure at New Jersey Motorsports Park, and phase two is another example of that progress,”
Available options and upgrades include an outside deck overlooking Thunderbolt Raceway, elevated loft with staircase, powder room, shower, kitchenette, and upgrade electric source.
“What’s really exciting about phase two of the Exotic Car Garages is that every unit will have a phenomenal track side viewing area,” Brahin said. “These units have also been designed to accommodate significantly larger outdoor viewing decks than in the first phase.”
In addition to the six units available for purchase in Phase II, two units remain open at the existing structure at various price points. All inquiries and questions related to the Exotic Car Garages project should be directed to Brad Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org