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May
01

Pauch Racing Recap 5/1/17

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Mandee Pauch Relations – May 1st, 2017 – It was a fifty-fifty weekend for Pauch Jr. who had two top five finishes and two bad ones this past weekend.

“Overall though, it was a solid weekend for us,” Pauch Jr. said.

Pauch Jr.’s weekend started off Friday night at Big Diamond Speedway. Pauch qualified second in his heat race after starting sixth.

“We started eighth in the feature,” Pauch Jr. said. “We were able to take the lead around lap ten. Unfortunately we were kind of holding on. Craig (Von Dohren) was a little better than us and got me on the restart.”

Pauch Jr. rounded out the Friday night feature with a runner up finish to Von Dohren.

New Egypt Speedway Victory Lane --Photo Credit: Dave Kovacs/RacersGuide.com



Saturday saw Pauch Jr. at his home track, New Egypt Speedway. Pauch Jr. rolled off eighth in his heat and battled his way through to a third place finish.

On card Saturday at New Egypt Speedway were twin-twenties. The first feature Billy started seventeenth due to handicapping. “We drove up to fifth and unfortunately got a left rear flat tire,” noted Pauch Jr. “We made it back out and made it back up to twelfth.”

Thanks to the invert draw of twelve, Pauch Jr. started on the pole for the second twin twenty feature. “I was able to hold off for the win and pick up win number two of the year.”

Closing out the three-day race weekend, Pauch Jr. went to Bridgeport Speedway on Sunday.

With luck of the draw Pauch Jr. started on the pole in his heat race and was able to pick up the win.

“After the heat race we felt like we were okay,” Pauch Jr. said. “We redrew sixth for the feature. We were making ground and were up to fourth when the motor blew up.”

Overall, Pauch Jr. was happy with his weekend. Next up Pauch Jr. will be at Big Diamond Speedway this Friday, May 5th and Saturday at New Egypt Speedway on May 6th. Pauch Sr. will be back at Bridgeport Speedway on Saturday, May 6th.

PAUCH RACING QUICK RESULTS –

Billy Pauch Jr.
April 14 – Big Diamond Speedway; Heat: 2 (6); Feature: 2 (8)
April 15 – New Egypt Speedway; Heat: 3 (8); Feature 1: 12 (17); Feature 2: 1 (1)
April 15 – Bridgeport Speedway; Heat 1 (1); Feature: DNF (6)

PAUCH RACING SEASON STATS -

Billy Pauch Sr.
6 races - 1 top 5, 2 top 10

Billy Pauch Jr.
12 races – 2 wins, 5 top 5’s, 7 top 10

UP NEXT –

Billy Pauch Sr.
Saturday, May 6th – Bridgeport Speedway

Billy Pauch Jr.
Friday, May 5th - Big Diamond Speedway
Saturday, May 6th – 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.

Bicknell Racing Products

For more than 30 years, Bicknell Racing Products based out of St. Catherines, Ontario has developed into the industry leader with state of the art equipment and facilities. For more information, visit www.bicknellracingproducts.com.

“I’ve been dealing with Bicknell racing since 2005,” noted Pauch Jr. “We’ve had a lot of success together. I’m happy to be continuing our partnership with them.”

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.

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May
01

HBR Racing Recap 5/1/17

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Mandee Pauch Relations – May 1st, 2017 – The HBR team kicked off the 2017 season in the northeast this past Saturday at Fulton Speedway for the Super DIRTcar Series High Bank Holdup.

Jimmy Phelps..Photo Credit:Jeremiah Fish



Jimmy Phelps started they day off strong in his heat race. “We were consistently decent all night,” mentioned Phelps. “We had a really tough heat and qualified well. We were able to put ourselves up against some really good cars. We were pretty competitive.”

Phelps finished third in his heat race, putting him in the redraw for the 100-lap main event.

After a pre-race redraw, Phelps rolled off fourth for the feature.

“In the feature we were just far enough off from first and second but I thought all in all we had a real good, consistent night. I feel that we have something good to work with.

Phelps took the momentum of a podium finish to Billy Decker and Matt Sheppard in the High Bank Holdup at Fulton Speedway for the first Super DIRTcar Series point’s race of the season.

Max McLaughlin lined up seventh in his heat race. “We were coming through the field in the heat and was up to fourth when we started to have engine troubles,” McLaughlin said.

After having motor problems in the heat race, McLaughlin and the crew pulled out their back up car. McLaughlin mentioned the car had yet to hit a racetrack before Saturday night.

McLaughlin struggled to come through in the consi with the backup car and was forced to take a provisional after missing the transfer.

“We had a good car,” McLaughlin said. “It was just tough to pass due to the track being rubber down and only having one caution. We started 28th and were able to drive through and finish 16th. We caught a tough break but I’m hoping for better luck at Bridgeport for the next Series race.”

The HBR team’s next race will be at Brewerton Speedway on Friday, May 5th for their season opener and Fulton Speedway on Saturday, May 6th.

HBR QUICK RESULTS

Jimmy Phelps
April 29 – Futon Speedway; Heat: 3 (3); Feature: 3 (4)

Max McLaughlin
April 29 – Fulton Speedway; Heat: 11 (7); Consi: 6 (9); Feature: 16 (28)

HBR SEASON STATS –

Jimmy Phelps
3 races - 1 top fives, 3 top 10’s

Max McLaughlin
3 races - 2 top fives, 2 top 10’s

UP NEXT –

Friday, May 5th - Brewerton Speedway
Saturday, May 6th - Fulton Speedway

MEDIA LINKS –

HBR
Facebook: www.facebook.com/hbrmotorsports
Twitter: www.twitter.com/HBR_Racing

Jimmy Phelps
Website: www.jimmyphelps.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JimmyPhelps
Twitter: www.twitter.com/jimmy_phelps
Instagram: www.instagram.com/jimmyphelps

Max McLaughlin
Website: www.maxmclaughlinracing.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/MaxMcLaughlinRacing
Twitter: www.twitter.com/MaxMcLaughlin_
Instagram: www.instagram.com/maxmclaughlin_

Dave Blaney
Twitter: www.twitter.com/BuckeyeBullet10

APPAREL –

The HBR team has apparel available for sale at their racecar trailer during events they compete in this season.

SPONSOR SPOTLIGHTS –

JIMMY PHELPS’ SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT – J&B Installations

J&B Installations is the leader of the commercial and industrial roofing trade in Upstate New York. Located in Skaneateles Falls, N.Y., J&B has the expertise, resources and craftsmanship for any project that may come their way. For more information, visit www.jbinstallations.com.

“J&B has been with me for about fifteen years,” Phelps said. “They’ve been with me to support my career right from the early days. I can’t thank them enough especially staying with me after transitioning to a different team. They’re a big part of my racing career.”

Phelps would also like to thank J&B Installations, Mohawk Northeast, JRI Shocks, Teo Pro Car, Strange Oval, Winters Performance, Bob Bruneau, Simpson Race Products, VP Fuels, Fragola Performance Systems, Jones Racing Products, Wildwood, FK Rod Ends, Cobra Motorhomes, Bert Transmissions, Eibach, Industrial, Tire of CNY, Driven Racing Oil and Arts Radiator for their continued support.

MAX MCLAUGHLIN’S SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT – JRi Shocks

JRi Shocks is a suspension solutions provider company located in Mooresville, N.C. that comprises over 100 years of collective experience in shock absorbers, hydraulics and electronics in professional racing and no racing applications. For more information, visit www.jrishocks.com

“Their shocks are the best,” noted McLaughlin. “Without their shock package we wouldn’t have been able to come from deep in the field on Saturday. They’re great to work with and have a great product.”

McLaughlin would also like to thank Textron Off Road, Mohawk Northeast Inc., Simpson Race Products, Wienerschnitzel, Just Let Me Do It Commercial Services, Eibach Springs, Max Papis Inc., HBR, Bob Bruneau, Nitro Manufacturing, Maxima Racing Oils, Winters Performance Products, Hoosier, Cobra, TEO Pro Car, Pro Bar, Strange Oval, JRI Shocks, Absolute Audio, Fragola Performance Systems, Wilwood, Lincoln Electric, VP Racing Fuel, Jones Racing Products, FK Rod Ends, Bert Transmission, ASI Racewear, Swindell Speed Lab, Walker Performance Filtration Systems, HD Designs, Torie Costa Foundation and Butler Built Seats 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.

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