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Pauch Racing Recap 9/7/17

Mandee Pauch Relations – Sept. 7, 2017 – The torch has been passed. Billy Pauch Jr. added his name to the list of track champions at New Egypt Speedway Tuesday evening alongside his father.

“Going into the night my dad told me to stay out of trouble,” Pauch Jr. said. “That we’re going in to win the championship, not to win the race.”

Both Pauch Sr. and Jr. made the three-hour trip south to Georgetown Speedway in Delaware for the Blast at The Beach with the Short Track Super Series.

After a draw for the heat races, Pauch Sr. lined up ninth in his heat. Pauch Sr. drove through to finish fifth, missing the redraw by one spot.

Pauch Sr. rolled off on the outside of the seventh row for the main event.

“We were up to about ninth and got in a skirmish,” Pauch Sr. said. “It bent the right side door so I came in and fixed it. The car didn’t seem to be the same after that.”

Pauch Sr. was able to make his way back forward and cross the line in eleventh.

“At least we didn’t lose too many points so that’s the only good thing,” Pauch Sr. said. Pauch Sr. currently sits eighth in points.

“We drew the highest number possible,” noted Pauch Jr.

Pauch Jr. started 10th in his heat and drove through to finish fourth, placing him in the redraw.

Pauch Jr. started on the inside of the seventh row for the main event.

“We turned it around and drove up to fifth,” he said. “We got a left front flat running around fifth. We came back out and drove up to 12th.”

Pauch Sr. and Jr. both traveled to Big Diamond Speedway on Sunday for the Annual Coalcracker.

Pauch Sr. started seventh in his heat and crashed out early.

He then went on to start 10th in the consolation. Pauch Sr. had a strong showing as he charged his way forward to finish third, locking him in the main event.

“It wasn’t a good night,” added Pauch Sr. “We started 22nd for the feature. The car wasn’t that good so I pulled off.”

Pauch Jr. was in his self-owned Growers Garden Center No.15.

Pauch Jr. started on the pole of the heat and drove away to win it, placing him in the redraw. Pauch Jr. drew third for the main event.

“We got the lead on lap 40,” Pauch Jr. said. “Then I led until about ten to go. Unfortunately we fell back to third. We didn’t get the best restarts.”

Pauch Jr. close out the night with a third-place finish.

Saturday evening’s championship night at New Egypt Speedway was canceled and rescheduled for Tuesday evening.

Pauch Jr. had a steady lead on the points chase going into the night. Pauch Jr. needed to finish eleventh or better to clinch the title.

Pauch Jr. started fourth in his heat and picked a few cars off to finish second.

Pauch Jr. started sixth for the 30-lap main event.

“It doesn’t sound too exciting but we did what we had to do to win the championship.”

Pauch Jr. took his No.96 car across the line in fourth-place, clinching the 2017 358 Modified Track Championship.

“Championships take all year to win,” added Pauch Jr. “We’re fortunate to have had a good year. It was a testimony to the whole Holsten Motorsports team. It was a good long battle all year.”

The point’s chase became a tight battle. Luckily going into the last race Pauch Jr. had a little breathing room where all he had to do was finish 11th or better to clinch the championship.

Pauch Sr. will be off this weekend. Next up for Pauch Jr. will be this Saturday at New Egypt Speedway for the Legends of The Fall race paying $7,500 to the winner.

PAUCH RACING QUICK RESULTS –

Billy Pauch Sr.

Wednesday, August 30 – Georgetown Speedway – Heat: 4 (9); Feature: 11 (14)

Sunday, September 3 – Big Diamond Speedway – Heat: DNF (9); Feature: DNF (22)

Billy Pauch Jr.

Wednesday, August 30 – Georgetown Speedway – Heat: 4 (10); Feature: 12 (13)

Sunday, September 3 – Big Diamond Speedway – Heat: 1 (1); Feature: 3 (3)

Tuesday, September 5 – New Egypt Speedway – Heat: 2 (4); Feature: 4 (6)

PAUCH RACING SEASON STATS –

Billy Pauch Sr.

23 races – 6 top 5’s, 10 top 10’s

Billy Pauch Jr.

71 races – 12 wins, 41 top 5’s, 54 top 10’s

UP NEXT –

Billy Pauch Jr.

Saturday, September 9 – New Egypt Speedway

MEDIA LINKS –

Billy Pauch Sr.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/billypauch

Billy Pauch Jr.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/billypauchjr

Twitter: www.twitter.com/billpauch

Website: www.billypauchjr.com

APPAREL –

All Pauch Sr. and Jr. racing apparel will be available for sale at their racecar trailer during events they compete in.

PAUCH RACING SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT – ACM Tool and Die

“ACM Tool and Die is Ricky Holsten’s own company,” Jr. said. “It’s a machine shop he runs in South Brunswick. I’m thankful to be able to race for Ricky; he’s a great guy and a hard worker.”

Pauch Racing would also like to thank K&A Excavating, Growers Garden Center, Pioneer Pole Buildings, Specialty Rigging, Husqvarna Bish Sales, First Choice Auto Equipment, Atlantic Sprinkler, Vandale Properties, Al’s Sunoco, Wayne Subaru, Degre Engineering, Ken’s Tire, ACM Tool & Die, M&T Tree Service, Danny’s Pizza Pizzaz, Phillip’s Garage, Lealands.com, Berks Seal Coating, Weaknect Archery, Liv N Green Landscaping, Premio Italian Sausage, Art’s Radiator, Jones Racing Products, Sunoco, GME, Bicknell Racing Products, Auto Meter, MSD, Bilstein Shocks, ISC Racers Tape, Seals-It, Zemco, Sway-A-Way, Green Filters, ASF, Fel-Pro, Bob Hilbert, Wiz Fab, American Racer, Kirkey and Suspension Springs for their continued support.

MANDEE PAUCH RELATIONS – Mandee Pauch Relations specializes in affordable public relations and media management for drivers, race teams, racetracks, businesses, sponsors, events and more. MPR provides a wide array of services that individuals in the racing industry require in order to advance in the sport.

To meet the media relations needs of your program contact Mandee Pauch at mandee@mandeepauchrelations.com. For more information on MPR, visit www.mandeepauchrelations.com.

Article Credit: Mandee Pauch Relations

 

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