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posted July 14, 2001 10:10 AM UIN: 16262997
BILLY PAUCH FINALLY NOTCHES 100TH WIN AT EAST WINDSOR SPEEDWAY FRIDAY NIGHT

EAST WINDSOR, N.J. ~ Billy Pauch of Frenchtown reached a milestone Friday
night as he won his 100th Modified stock car main event on the famous
half-mile clay oval. It was the popular veteran's second straight win of the
2001 season.

Mike McAleer of Browns Mills jumped to the front at the outset while
Pauch rocketed to the front from his 11th starting slot. Pauch took command
on the sixth lap and was off to the races. Kenny Brightbill of Sinking
Spring, Pa. moved in to challenge soon after, before Doug Hoffman of
Allentown, Pa. wrestled away second on the 14th lap. Hoffman then chased
Pauch the rest of the way, while Brightbill spun from contention on the 16th
circuit.

Pauch and Hoffman were followed by McAleer, Ryan Watt of Phoenixville,
Pa. and Brightbill at the checker flag.

Al Cheney of Cranbury raced from 12th on the grid to win the companion
15-lap feature race for the Street Stocks. Cheney was the leader by the
halfway mark and then dealt with eventual second place finisher Rob Ormsbee
all the way to the finish. Billy Bauer of Flemington was third, while Paul
Marra, Jr. of Bordentown and Monmouth Junction's Art Bifulco were fourth and
fifth.

Ryan Godown of Ringoes may have been taking his first ever ride in a
borrowed racecar, but that didn't faze him a bit as he raced to victory in
the Sportsman 20-lapper. Godown and the Rob Shuster No. 20 broke into the
lead on the fifth lap and were never headed. **** Robbins of Toms River was
second, while Rick Holsten of Dayton, Hurffville's Richie Pratt, Jr. and John
Romano of Englishtown were third through fifth.

Future racers were also in the spotlight Friday night as they raced down
the front stretch in the "Annual Kids' Big Wheel Races." While all youngsters
were awarded prizes, John Riley of Bordentown was the two to four year old
winner, Eric DeYoung of Old Bridge was tops in the five to seven year old
class and Mark Devos of Langhorne, Pa. won the nine year old class.

The East Windsor Speedway returns to action this Friday evening (July 20)
with the Modifieds in the spotlight in "Fan Favorite" twin 20-lap main
events. Sportsman racers have a 20-lapper planned, while the Street Stocks
will battle in a 15-lapper. Big Block Modified entries should note that they
are now allowed to run big dirt track tires as long as they are Hoosier Tires
and they can also use aerodynamic "sail panels" as long as they are no higher
than the highest peak of the roof. Big Block Modifieds must weight at least
2,500 pounds.

Friday night's races begin at 7:30 p.m.

More information can be obtained by calling the speedway hotlines at
609-448-8510 or 732-521-0910. The speedway website is www.ewspeedway.com.


EAST WINDSOR SPEEDWAY RACE RESULTS
July 13, 2001

MODIFIED

HEAT RACE WINNERS: Horton; Pauch; Epright

FEATURE - 25 Laps - 1. BILLY PAUCH, FRENCHTOWN; 2. Doug Hoffman; 3. Mike
McAleer; 4. Ryan Watt; 5. Kenny Brightbill; 6. Mike Johnston; 7. Fritz
Epright; 8. Rocco Infante; 9. Jimmy Horton; 10. Ryan Kerr; 11. Doug
Pannepacker; 12. Stan Frankenfield; 13. Mike Franz; 14. John Salvatore; 15.
Mark Tranquilli; 16. John Oliver; 17. Tad Cox; 18. John Protinick; 19. John
Megill; 20. Brian Jones; 21. Fred Dmuchowski

SPORTSMAN

HEAT RACE WINNERS: Pratt; Godown; Bush; CONSOLATION: Christ

FEATURE - 20 Laps - 1. RYAN GODOWN, RINGOES; 2. **** Robbins; 3. Rick
Holsten; 4. Richie Pratt; 5. John Romano; 6. Darrel Delnero; 7. John
McClelland; 8. Art Liedl, Jr.; 9. Joey Tinnes; 10. Larry Reed; 11. Jim
Hoelterling; 12. Bob Rambone; 13. John Grey; 14. GR Smith; 15. Garrett Luzi;
16. John Bush; 17. George Idell; 18. John Spiegel; 19. Jim Falzini; 20. John
Dixon; 21. Barry Christ; 22. Kenny Nutt; 23. Doug Liedl; 24. Jim Weiss; 25.
Mike Lyons; 26. Rob Gallmayer

STREET STOCK

HEAT RACE WINNERS: Cooke; Whitehouse

FEATURE - 15 Laps - 1. AL CHENEY, CRANBURY; 2. Rob Ormsbee; 3. Billy Bauer;
4. Paul Marra, Jr.; 5. Art Bifulco; 6. Kim Cooke; 7. Pat Freiberger; 8. Frank
Dorry; 9. Whitey Miller; 10. Art Avery; 11. Greg Buchanon; 12. Kevin Bifulco;
13. Chuck Barker; 14. Phil Retter; 15. Chip Grant; 16. Al Burdge; 17. John
Micek; 18. Carol Whitehouse; 19. Keith Flores; 20. John Hewitt; 21. Tim Keenan

MODIFIED TWIN 20'S ACTION SET FOR THIS
FRIDAY NIGHT (JULY 20) AT EAST WINDSOR SPEEDWAY

EAST WINDSOR, N.J. ~ The hot and heavy race for the 2001 Modified stock car
driving title at the East Windsor Speedway will continue to sizzle this Friday
evening (July 20) as these mighty racecars compete in Twin 20 lap main
events. Both Big-Block and Small-Block powered dirt track Modified stock cars
are invited to compete on the half-mile clay oval.

This Friday night's Twin 20 lap Modified main events promise to be
competitive as many of the most talented drivers in the business are expected
to be in competition. Frenchtown's Billy Pauch, Kenny Brightbill of Sinking
Springs, Pa. and Doug Hoffman of Allentown, Pa. are sure to be favorites, as
is defending speedway champion Jimmy Horton of Neshanic Station. Others like
Mike McAleer of Browns Mills, Neshanic Station's Fred Dmuchowski and Ryan
Watt seem prepared for a ride into the winner's circle in every event they
enter.

Potential winners Rob Ormsbee of Wall, Carol Whitehouse of Hamilton, Len
Riley of North Brunswick and defending champ Al Cheney of Cranbury will be
favorites in the night's Street Stock 15-lapper. Still, plenty of pressure
will come from Keith Flores of Jackson and Kim Cooke of Hamilton, just to
name a few.

The Sportsman division will return for a 20-lap main event. Defending
champ Ryan Godown of Ringoes is always a threat, as are Barry Christ of
Piscataway, Jim Spence of New Egypt and **** Robbins of Toms River.

This Friday night's racing program gets the green flag at 7:30 p.m., with
warm-ups starting one-half hour earlier. Plans call for Friday evening racing
to continue through September. For more information on the East Windsor
Speedway call the speedway hotline at 609-448-8510 732-521-0910 or visit the
website at www.ewspeedway.com.

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