POLICE say they found no evidence of eggs being thrown at a race car during the Newcastle Supercars event in November.
Police were called to Parnell Place in Newcastle East after reports that eggs had been thrown on the track during the V8 Ute Championship.
Northern Region operations manager Detective Superintendent Wayne Humphrey said police and race officials had received a report from a driver.
"But in subsequent inquiries no evidence of an object meeting the description was found," Detective Superindendent Humphrey said.
"At the conclusion of the race no driver came forward to display evidence of the object meeting the description.
"At this stage we will not be progressing the matter further."
The owner of a residence visited by police said they were overseas at the time of the race.
An official aggregate crowd of more than 190,000 attended the inaugural Newcastle 500, as Holden’s Jamie Whincup claimed the title.
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