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Pauch Racing Recap 6/12/17

Mandee Pauch Relations – June 12, 2017 – The Pauch Racing team had a busy week this past week with four-straight nights of racing.

Billy Pauch Jr. kicked the week off Wednesday at Action Track USA in the SpeedSTR and 600 Micro Sprint.

Jr. set quick time in the SpeedSTR, which locked him into the main event.

In the 600 micro sprint, Jr. started ninth and drove up to second in his heat race.

Jr. started on the outside of the fifth row for the 40-lap SpeedSTR feature.

We were coming up to sixth or seventh and got caught in a tangle around lap fourteen and had to go to dead last,” Jr. said. “We really worked our tail off and worked our way back up to second.”

Despite the early tangle-up and having to drive his way back through the field, Jr. was satisfied with his second-place finish, although he wished he had seen one more yellow to get a chance at the victory.

Jr. then rolled out in 13th in the 600 micro sprint feature.

“We went a little bit harder on the tire and it didn’t fire right away,” he said. “Once it did fire we ended up fourth. We were coming right at the end. I wish we had another yellow there, too.”

Thursday night saw both Pauch’s at Bridgeport Speedway for the Poker Series Race.

Jr.’s night unfortunately ended early when the motor broke on the third lap of his heat race in the Danny’s Pizza Pizzazz No.51. Jr. and the team were unable to continue.

Billy Pauch Sr. started fifth in his heat race and advanced to third, putting him in the top-12 redraw for the main event.

Sr. started on the inside of the second row for the feature.

“On the start I dropped into fourth,” Sr. said. “I think it was the first or second lap there I was coming off of the turn and either I hit the kill switch or something flew in the car and hit it so it shut the motor down.”

By the time Sr. was able to figure out what happened he fired the car back up and found himself in 15th.

“Then I had a bleeder stick and a tire went low, we pitted and changed the tire,” Sr. said. “We put the bleeder back in and had the same problem the second time. So we just rode it out and finished eleventh.”

Jr. kicked off Friday night at Big Diamond Speedway with a make-up feature that had him starting 10th.

“We were able to get up to fourth,” Jr. said. “We weren’t exactly perfect to where we wanted to be.”

Following the make-up feature were the modified heat races. Jr. started eighth and finished fifth, missing the handicapping by one spot.

Jr. started the main event on the inside of the eighth row.

“I drove up to third and got checked up on a restart and lost a spot to Jeff Strunk,” he said. “We ended up finishing fourth.”

Jr. closed off the busy race week on Saturday at New Egypt Speedway for a double points night.

Jr. crossed the line in fourth from his seventh-place starting spot in the heat race.

“We started 16th in the feature,” noted Jr. “We were too conservative coming through the field with it being double points so it was one of those deals where we took too long to get through. We had a good car and definitely have something to work off of.”

Jr. capped off the night with a fifth-place finish.

Pauch Jr. currently sits as the points leader at New Egypt Speedway in the Holsten racing No.96 Modified.

Pauch Jr. will be back in action Tuesday night at Grandview Speedway for the Thunder on The Hill race, Wednesday at Action Track USA, Thursday at Delaware International for the Diamond State 50 and Saturday at New Egypt Speedway. Pauch Sr. will be making the trip south to Delaware International on Thursday for the Short Track Super Series ‘Diamond State 50.’


Billy Pauch Sr.

June 8, 2017 – Bridgeport Speedway; Heat 3 (5); Feature: 11 (3)

Billy Pauch Jr.

June 7, 2017 – Action Track USA

SpeedSTR – Feature: 2 (10)

Micro Sprint – Heat: 2 (9); Feature: 4 (13)

June 8, 2017 – Bridgeport Speedway; Heat: DNF (3)

June 9, 2017 – Big Diamond Speedway; Heat: 5 (8); Feature: 4 (15); Make-up Feature: 4 (10)

June 10, 2017 – New Egypt Speedway; Heat: 4 (7); Feature: 5 (16)


Billy Pauch Sr.

11 races – 3 top 5’s, 4 top 10’s

Billy Pauch Jr.

31 races – 6 wins, 19 top 5’s, 24 top 10’s


Billy Pauch Sr.

Thursday, June 15 – Delaware International Speedway

Billy Pauch Jr.

Tuesday, June 13 – Grandview Speedway

Wednesday, June 14 – Action Track USA

Thursday, June 15 – Delaware International Speedway

Saturday, June 17 – New Egypt Speedway


Billy Pauch Sr.


Billy Pauch Jr.





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

PAUCH SR. SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT – Bob Hilbert Sportswear

Bob Hilbert Sportswear is a quality screen-printing and embroidery business located in Boyertown, P.A. For more information, visit

“Bob and his team always produce top of the line products for us,” Sr. said. “They’re the place to go for apparel or marketing products. Bob is a great guy and I am thankful to be able to work with such great people for our apparel.”


For information, visit

“Berks Sealcoating is a local sealcoating company in the Berks, P.A. area that I am to be associated with,” Jr. said. “Jeremy is a great guy that I am thankful to be partnered with.”

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,, 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.

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