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Brad Rouse Collects Win At Humberstone Speedway


Defending Mr. DIRTcar Sportsman Champion Brad Rouse from St. Catharines, Ontario took his Rick’s Delivery 18r to victory lane at the end of the 55 lap caution free main event for the PC Works DIRTcar Sportsman on Opening Night 2014 at the New Humberstone Speedway. Dennis Lungar from Conneaut, Ohio led every lap to win the Cosco Haulage RUSH Late Model feature. “The Fonz” Jason Fontaine from Port Colborne, Ontario picked up the victory in the JC Auto Street Stocks. Tyler Lafantaisie from Welland, Ontario won the TC Decals Mini Stock feature. Sophomore pilot Sam Pennacchio from Niagara Falls, Ontario claimed the victory in the Mike Knapp Ford Pro 4 Trucks.

Jeff Armstrong and Brad Rouse led the PC Works DIRTcar Sportsman for their 55 lap season opener feature event and it was Rouse, the defending Mr. DIRTcar Sportsman Champion showing the way. Defending Humberstone track Champion Gary Lindberg went around Jason Moore and moved into third on lap seven as Austin Wood passed Moore for fourth at the same time. The leaders hit lap traffic on lap 10 just as Gary Lindberg reeled in the second place running car of Jeff Armstrong.

As the leaders hit heavy lap traffic, Gary Lindberg passed Armstrong for second. With 20 laps remaining, Rouse continued to show the way over Lindberg, Armstrong, Austin Wood and 2012 Mr. DIRTcar Sportsman Champion Cody McPherson running in the top five.

James Michael Friesen caught Cody McPherson for fifth place in the late going and at the same time Gary Lindberg continued to reel in race leader Brad Rouse. Lindberg got hung up in lap traffic with under five laps remaining just as Rouse had a clean race track in front of him. Rouse would pull away to the win over Gary Lindberg with Jeff Armstrong, Austin Wood and Cody McPherson completing the top five.

Pauch Jr. Takes Big Diamond Field to School

MINERSVILLE, PA- May 4, 2014- Tim Long / BDS Media  Photos By:  George Steigerwalt / RPW

Billy Pauch Jr. took the lead on lap #6 and never looked back, taking his first win of the season at Big Diamond Speedway in the Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic DIRTcar 358 Modifieds on Friday, May 2nd.

Tim Buckwalter led at the drop of the green from his front row starting spot, leading the first 5 laps of the 25 lap event. During this time, Pauch Jr. and Rick Laubach were making their way to the front from their 6th and 9th place starting positions. On lap #6 Pauch made his move past Buckwalter entering turn number three, taking a lead he would never relinquish on his way to his first victory of the season and 7th of his career at the Minersville oval.

Laubach was able to wrestle the number two spot away from Buckwalter on lap #9, but despite racing in heavy lapped traffic late in the race, he was never able to seriously challenge Pauch Jr. for the win. Buckwalter came home third in a great run for the #762 team, followed by Craig Von Dohren, Duane Howard, and Meme Desantis.

Over the last half of the race these three drivers were the ones to watch, swapping those three positions back and forth with some crowd pleasing racing. Stewart Friesen came home 7th, with rookie Jared Umbenhauer, Kyle Follweiler, and Frank Cozze rounding out the top ten positions. Thirty-two DIRTcar 358 modifieds came out to race for the first regular show of the season, with heat wins going to Stewart Friesen, Meme Desantis, and Andy Burkhart. Colt Harris won the consolation event.

Scott Haus bolted into the lead from his pole starting spot and led all 20 laps of the non-stop Jeremy Slifko Fabrication Services Late Model event. Points leader Billy Wampler followed Haus to the checkered flag, followed by Andrew Haus, Ben Whitaker, and Danny Snyder. For Whitaker it was his first start of the season at Big Diamond in the Late Model division. Heat races were won by Andrew Haus and opening day winner Sean Merkel.

Tim Currier Wins First Of Season At I88 Speedway

Tim Currier of Auburn held off Southern Tier veterans Brian Weaver and Mitch Gibbs to take his first Greg Page Construction Modified feature win at I-88 Speedway on Friday night. Currier took the lead from the pole at the start of the 30 lap event with second starting Weaver following close behind in second. Weaver, of Conklin, used the outside line during the early laps to pressure the leader with Gibbs maintaining a low line around the speedway in third.

On lap six Gibbs, of Norwich, slipped under Weaver for second before the caution came out after Bob Hamm stopped on the backstretch with front end damage. When the race was restarted Currier continued to lead with Gibbs second, Weaver third, defending Modified track champion Mike Mahaney fourth and Tyler Siri in fifth. By lap eleven Weaver had regained second place.

At the halfway point the caution came out after Dana Wagner got caught in an incident on the front stretch that put him in the wall. The race was restarted and Currier continued to hold on off Weaver in taking his second career I-88 Speedway Modified win. Weaver was second with Gibbs third, Mahaney of King Ferry fourth and Horseheads' Siri fifth.

Alan Barker of Norwich won his second consecutive Chambers and O'Hara Sportsmen feature after original race winner Charlie Hendrickson Jr. was disqualified after a post-race technical inspection. Wallkill's Randy Green took the lead at the start of the 20 lap event with third starting Hendrickson of Bethel in second. Hendrickson pressured Green before taking over the lead coming off turn four on the fifth lap.

With Hendrickson opening a half straightaway lead, eighth starting Alan Barker was working his way to the front and by the halfway point was battling with Green for second. The caution came out on lap 14 when Walton's Aaron Shelton hit an implement tire in turn four and came to a stop on the inside of the front stretch. When the race restarted Hendrickson again jumped out to a big lead while Barker passed Green on lap 17 for second coming off turn four.

At the line it was Hendrickson taking the checkers followed by Barker and Green. Berkshire's Bill Spoonhower, Brandon Walters of Unadilla and Travis Smith of Harpursville completed the top five. Hendrickson was disqualified after a post-inspection of his carburetor.

Bunting And Watson Victorious At Deleware Internationl Speedway


The NAPA Big Block Modified competed in “Twin 20’s” feature on Saturday night at the Delaware International Speedway. The first 20 lapper was a thriller with H.J. Bunting passing Matt Jester on the final lap for the win. Equally exciting was the second 20-lap main that went caution free with Joseph Watson, making his first start winning over his brother Jordan.

In the first of the Twin 20’s for the NAPA Big Block Modifieds it was Jordon Watson jumping on top over Mike White. Shawn Ward was holding on to third over Dana Walker as Matt Jester worked by Scott VanGorder for fifth. The first yellow would fly on lap five when Joseph Watson slowed with transmission problems. He would later return several laps down.

Jester climbed to third on the restart and one lap later drove by White for second. By lap 11, Jester was putting the pressure on Watson for the lead and H.J. Bunting, who started in ninth was on the move in third. Jester took the top spot with eight to go as Jordan Watson and Bunting battled for second.

A pair of cautions on laps 15 and 16 kept the field tightly bunched. Bunting drove under Watson for second on the restart and began to close on Jester. With two to go, Bunting was making a bid for the lead on the inside and on the final lap made it stick going into three to take the lead. It was the second win of the season for Bunting. Jester finished in second with Jordan Watson third. Fourth went to Jamie Mills and White ended a good drive in fifth. Heats were won by Jordon Watson and Shawn Ward.

First Big Block Finish: 1. HJ Bunting; 2. Matt Jester; 3. Jordan Watson; 4. Jamie Mills; 5. Michael White; 6. Dana Walker; 7. Scott VanGorder; 8. Brad Trice; 9. Matt Hawkins; 10. Bobby Watkins; 11. Dave Dissinger; 12. Drew Simmons; 13. Dale Hawkins; 14. Beau Wilkins; 15. Joseph Watson; 16. Shawn  Ward. 

The second 20-lap Big Block feature would go caution free. With the field inverted for the first feature finish, Joseph Watson found himself on the pole driving Jamie Mills’ backup car. Watson wasted no time pulling away from the field while Bobby Watkins held second and Dave Dissinger battled with Matt Hawkins for third.

By the halfway sign Joseph Watson was comfortably out front with Watkins in second and Matt Hawkins making a strong run in third. Jordon Watson was on the move as he took third just past halfway and with eight to go got by Watkins for second. It was now brother chasing brother. With five to go Bunting had worked his way from the rear to third.

With no cautions, “JoJo”, who only competed in two races last season and was making his first start of 2014, was able to hold off his brother Jordan to take the win. Bunting ended a good night in third with Watson ending a strong run in fourth and Mills fifth. All starters finished on the lead lap!

Second Big Block Finish: 1. Joseph Watson; 2. Jordan Watson; 3. HJ Bunting; 4. Bobby Watkins; 5. Jamie Mills; 6. Matt Hawkins; 7. Brad Trice; 8. Matt Jester; 9. Dana Walker; 10. Dave Dissinger; 11. Michael White; 12. Shawn Ward; 13. Drew Simmons; 14. Scott VanGorder; DNS: Dale Hawkins; Beau Wilkins

Rex King Jr Scores Win At Lernerville Speedway

Sarver, PA (May 4, 2014) By Eric J. Westendorf, Public Relations Director- Photos Courtesy of John Stivason/Stivason Photos

Like so many things in life, a fast and tacky Action Track is always a love/hate siutation. For the guy standing in Sheetz Victory Lane celebrating a breathtaking win with his family and crew, it was the best racing surface they’ll see all season, but not so much for the guy that suffered mechanical failure or had to see his racecar towed to the pits after a wreck.  The fast paced features were much to the liking of feature winners Alex Ferree, Rex King Jr., Carl Bowser and Corey McPherson, but drivers like Brandon Matus, John Garvin, Mike Pegher, Brian Swartzlander, Mat Williamson and Jeremiah Shingledecker did not like how their night came to an early end.

With 18 competitors in tow, Mike Pegher Jr. and John Garvin Jr. brought the Precise Racing Products DIRTcar Late Models to the green flag.  The high speed hijinx started early when Tommy Beck and Todd Bachman got together on the opening lap to bring out a caution before the leaders could complete a lap.  After drag racing Pegher down the front chute, Garvin took the lead through turns & and set a torrid pace as Pegher had his hands full with Ferree for second.  Ferree repeatedly tried to slide under Pegher through the bottom of the turns, but Pegher was faster rocketing off the tops of turns two and four.  Ferree finally found his spot and got by Pegher in turns three in four as they navigated heavy lapped traffic.

The major turning point in the race came on lap 12 when Jared Miley couldn’t avoid contact with Sam Eichelberger in heavy lapped traffic.  The resulting caution put Ferree on the inside pole of the restart as Garvin chose to restart on the highside.  Garvin rocketed out to the lead and then launched off the apex of turns one and two the following lap to surrender the lead to Ferree.  Once at the point, Ferree never looked back en route to his first win of the season and 26th of his career at the Action Track.

Pauch Unstoppable,Sails to Another New Egypt Victory

NEW EGYPT, NJ  May 5, 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.   

Joey Scarborough Wins First Ever At Albany Saratoga Speedway

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