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Nothing Can Slow Pauch Down, Sails to New Egypt Victory
New Egypt, NJ (May 3, 2014) – Defending & Six-time champion Billy Pauch of Frenchtown, NJ rebounded back from his post-race technical DQ last week and won his fourth feature Saturday at New Egypt Speedway. Pauch dominated the 30 lap Modified main event, coming from the rear twice to record the 120th win of his career at NES. After running down leader Pat Wall, Pauch made the winning pass with five laps to go in Turn 4 by driving around the outside of Wall and crossing the line first again, a feat he has accomplished in all five events this season.
“Pat Wall drove a great race!” exclaimed Pauch in victory lane, “When he saw me try the inside he switched his groove down to the inside like he should have done. I really didn’t know if I could roll the top around him, but my crew gave me another great car this week and it stuck.”
PJ Oliver grabbed the lead on the initial start only to have a yellow come out for a tangle involving Jimmy Blewett, Sammy Piazza and Willie Osmun which eliminated Osmun from the event. The restart saw outside pole starter Tim Apgar charge into the lead as the yellow appeared again for a tangle involving several cars including Neal Williams and 2012 champion Ryan Godown. Apgar again led on the restart and he held that lead through two more caution periods over the first 6 laps. At this point Pauch had already moved up to sixth from his 16th starting spot, however a loose Sail Panel forced Pauch to the pits for some quick repairs. As the green flew once again Apgar continued to lead as Pat Wall was making his presence known as he challenged for the top spot. Lap nine saw the crowd rise to their feet as Godown & Pauch got together on the front stretch with Pauch spinning wildly and Godown being penalized to the rear of the field by track officials. With the green back out to stay, Wall captured the top spot and began to drive away from the field with Cox and Blewett taking up the pursuit. Blewett was fast as he took over second place, but Wall had him covered as he stretched his lead to a half of a straightaway. Meanwhile Pauch was flying back to the front as he pulled back into the top five by lap 15, and the marched to second place by lap 20. Pauch then quickly reeled in the leader and after several laps of trying the inside groove, He went to the outside of turns three and four and roared into the lead. The final five laps saw him drive away to the win. Wall finished his great run a solid second as a fast closing Blewett ended up third. Godown completed his charge up from the back getting fourth at the finish line by just inches over Tad Cox who settled for fifth.
The Crate Modifieds finished their rain-stopped feature from last week and then ran a regular 20 lap feature. In the completion of the final 13 laps from last Saturday, Steve Hicks grabbed his third career victory as he held off a late challenge from new point leader Chuck Steuer. Jordan Cox, who led part of the race, came home third chased by Ebby Ridge and Ryan Simmons.
The regularly scheduled 20 lap event for the Crate Modifieds went to Milford NJ’s Mike Butler. Butler had already won a Sportsman feature this year, and has now won a feature in both divisions for the second straight year. Butler smoothly drove to the front during the first half of the event, taking the lead at halfway from leader Jason Bittner and then holding off a strong challenge from last year’s rookie champ Chuckles Stone to post the victory. Bryan Kuhl came from deep in the pack to finish third, with earlier winner Steve Hicks and 2-time defending champ Eric Palmer rounding out the top five.
The Street Stock 20 lapper was won by Gary Klimeczak of Chatsworth, NJ. Klimeczak held off defending champ Dan Collamer thru a light but steady drizzle in the final couple laps to record his 13th career win at NES, his first in 2 years. The win puts him just 2 victories behind last week’s winner John Carpenter on the All-Time win list. Collamer held on for second, with Jarrod Burdge, Bill Liedtka and Carpenter completing the top five.
The HCI/SpikeNGo Rookie Sportsman Series 8 lap feature event was taken for the second time by point leader Derek Krum of New Egypt, NJ. Last week’s winner Branden Clauss was a distant second and Kevin Dale finished third.
Next Saturday, May 10, it is Mother’s Day Saturday at New Egypt Speedway with all Mom’s receiving a free flower courtesy of Gasko Family Farms of Monroe Twp., NJ. 358 Modifieds, NERS 305 Sprint Cars, Sportsman and the HCI/Spike-N-Go Rookie series will be in action. Gates will open at 4:00 p.m. with the first race starting at 6:00 pm. For more information call the speedway office at (609) 758-1900 or log on to www.newegyptspeedway.net, “Like” us on Facebook /NewEgyptSpeedwayOfficial, or follow us on Twitter @nesspeedway.
NES RESULTS 5/3/14
358 MODIFIED RESULTS
1st Heat: 1. Billy Pauch 2. Pj Oliver 3. Danny Bouc 4. Andrew Bohn 5. Sammy Piazza 6. David Van Horn 2nd Heat: 1. Tad Cox 2. Ryan Godown 3. Tim Apgar 4. Gary Butler 5. Willie Osmun 6. John Stangle Feature (30 Laps): 1. Billy Pauch 2. Pat Wall 3. Jimmy Blewett 4. Ryan Godown 5. Tad Cox 6. Sammy Piazza 7. David Van Horn 8. Darren McCaughey 9. Danny Bouc 10. DJ Ruppert 11. PJ Oliver 12. Tim Apgar 13. Rick Holsten 14. Tommy Farrell 15. Doug Ostwald 16. John McClelland 17. John Stangle 18. Gary Butler 19. Neal Williams 20. Willie Osmun
CRATE MODIFIED RESULTS
Feature (20 laps) (continued from 4/26): 1. Steve Hicks 2. Chuck Steuer 3. Jordan Cox 4. Ebby Ridge 5. Ryan Simmons 6. Frank Dorry 7. Mike Carman 8. Matt Carman 9. Eric Palmer 10. Bryan Kuhl 11. Jeremey Martino 12. Andrew Bohn 13. Clyde Cox 14. John Aumick 15. Brian Papiez 16. Mike Butler 17. John Micek 18. Chuckles Stone 19. JD Cranstoun 20. Patrick Gold 21. Jason Bittner 22. Aaron Weaver 23. Jarrett Rozycki 24. Paul Hartwig 25. Jeff Kuhl 26. Branden Clauss 1st Heat: 1. Bryan Kuhl 2. Aaron Weaver 3. Jeremy Martino 4. Mike Butler 5. Eric Palmer 6. Ryan Simmons 2nd Heat: 1. Jarrod Rozycki 2. Chuckles Stone 3. Patrick Gold 4. Mike Carman 5. Matt Carman 6. Steve Hicks 3rd Heat: 1. Andrew Bohn 2. Jason Bittner 3. Mike Everett 4. Clyde Cox 5. Chuck Steuer 6. John Aumick B-Main: 1. Frank Dorry 2. Brian Papiez 3. Kevin Vaclavicek 4. Ebby Ridge 5. Jordan Cox 6. John Micek Pts. Prov: JD Cranstoun Feature (20 Laps): 1. Mike Butler 2. Chuckles Stone 3. Bryan Kuhl 4. Steve Hicks 5. Eric Palmer 6. Kevin Vaclavicek 7. Ryan Simmons 8. Frank Dorry 9. Chuck Steuer 10. Jason Bittner 11. Andrew Bohn 12. Mike Carman 13. Clyde Cox 14. John Micek 15. JD Craunston 16. Mike Everett 17. Jarrett Rozycki 18. Jeremy Martino 19. Aaron Weaver 20. Matt Carman 21. John Aumick 22. Patrick Gold 23. Brian Papiez 24. Ebby Ridge 25. Derek Krum 26. Jordan Cox DNQ: Pat Hires, Matt Budd, Scott Hyland, Joe Reid, Branden Clauss, Melissa Scarpati, Robbie Dunn, Justin Dunn.
STREET STOCK RESULTS 1st Heat: 1. Jarrod Burdge 2. Tom Princiotta 3. John Carpenter 4. Gary Klimeczak 5. Marty Derr 6. Dan Salmon 2nd Heat: 1. Bill Liedtka 2. Dan Collamer 3. Billy Wroble 4. Todd Dige 5. Doug Snow 6. Joe Reid Feature (20 Laps): 1. Gary Klimeczak 2. Dan Collamer 3. Jarrod Burdge 4. Bill Liedtka 5. John Carpenter 6. Tom Princiotta 7. Joe Reid 8. Todd Dige 9. Dan Salmon 10. Darren Cox 11. Scott Dugan 12. Marty Derr 13. Billy Wroble 14. Doug Snow 15. Bill Connolly 16. Dennis Seeley 17. Jason Saredy
HCI/SPIKENGO ROOKIE SPORTSMAN RESULTS Feature (8 Laps) 1. Derek Krum 2. Branden Clauss 3. Kevin Dale