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MARK YOUR CALENDARS.. IT'S ALMOST SHOOT OUT TIME...
"KID PAUCH" WINS SECOND STRAIGHT AT ACTION TRACK IN SPEEDSTR'S..
BIEBER TAKES KOMET 100 IN SLINGSHOTS, RUTHERFORD NETS WINGLESS WIN..
(Left) 2nd place finisher Brad Brightbill, (far right) 3rd place finisher
Billy Pauch Sr, both surround winner Billy Pauch Jr. in Victory Lane.
Kutztown, PA (Story by Barry Angstadt) 07-18-14: "The Kid's Kid" is on quite a roll... Billy Pauch Jr. captured his second consecutive victory in USAC Championship SpeedSTR competition on Wednesday night at the JeffreyHogueRealtor.com Action Track USA on the Kutztown Fairgrounds. The 30-lap SpeedSTR triumphs provided bookends to his Friday night, 358 Modified win at Big Diamond and his victory on Saturday, also in a 358 Modified, at New Egypt Speedway.
"The cars are great everywhere we go right now," understated the winner in Kutztown's NAPA Auto Parts Victory Lane. "And the breaks are goin' my way. My guys are working hard and it's paying off. My sister and her boyfriend even gave me their cold this week, but that couldn't stop us tonight, either," smiled a confident Pauch Jr. in his post-race interview.
Mike Rutherford, from Lititz, Pa., notched his first Pioneer Pole Buildings Wingless 600cc Sprint victory of the season. It was the first time Rutherford visited the Action Track USA winner's circle since a PA 600 Speedweek triumph in July of 2013.
Brett Bieber, the three-time and defending National Slingshot Champion, registered his first win of the year at the fairgrounds across from Kutztown University. And the Oley driver picked a good race in which to record his initial victory, as the All Star Slingshots took part in the Kutztown Komet 100 on Wednesday. The race honors the memory of the late, great dirt Modified legend Freddy Adam, who was known far and wide as "the Kutztown Komet" during his long and distinguished racing career.
After he spent the past three years as a Race Director, Assistant Announcer, and host of the popular Racers Roundtable.com Internet radio show, Pete Knappenberger climbed back behind the wheel a few weeks ago. It didn't take very long for Knappenberger to shake off the rust, as the Emmaus wheel-twister drove to victory in the 20-lap Slingshot main that fell victim to the curfew (after a lengthy delay caused by a heavy storm that drenched the race track just before the normal starting time) on July 9.
This past Wednesday was Scout Night, where any Boy and/or Girl Scout in uniform received free admission, a free drawstring backpack courtesy of Bob Hilbert Sportswear, and had their picture taken with the 100 lap Slingshot feature winner, Brett Bieber. The Scouts were treated to some outstanding racing as well... Double-file restarts produced an exciting, drama filled main event for the USAC Championship SpeedSTR's. Billy Pauch Jr. started on the pole but lost the lead immediately to New Jersey's Wayne Weaver.
Pauch Jr. returned the favor on lap five, scooting under Weaver's Overhead Door No. 0 to regain the top spot. Brad Brightbill slipped past Weaver on a lap ten restart, then set his sights on the race leader. Brightbill ducked under Pauch and had his nose in front when they crossed the stripe to complete lap 11. With the leader having the opportunity to choose which lane he/she would like to start in, the outside appeared the place to be on the early restarts as Pauch Jr. went back in front after lining up to the right of B. Brightbill on a 12th lap restart. The yellow flags continued to provide excitement, as Brightbill and Pauch swapped the lead position a few times before Brightbill led the 20th circuit - just before another caution period slowed the field.
As the green waved again, Pauch Jr. shot back in front when he and Brightbill stomped their respective accelerators and their mounts leaped off turn two. Pauch Jr., from Frenchtown, NJ, became the leader one more time, and this time, he wasn't giving it up. His dad, three-time winner this year Billy Pauch Sr. suddenly came to life. The elder Pauch stacked up three-wide for third with Weaver (down low), and Mike Bednar (on the high side). Senior threaded the needle, running the middle groove to steal third from Weaver. At the finish, it was Pauch Jr. for his second win in a row and third overall of the season. Billy Jr. beat Brad Brightbill, Billy Pauch Sr., Mike Bednar, and Weaver to the finish line. When the evening began, Billy Pauch Sr. and his son were tied at the top of the SpeedSTR point standings. Junior's victory, combined with his dad's third place effort, propelled Billy Jr. to the top spot in the battle for this season's point championship.
Shelby Harper led the field of Wingless 600cc Sprints to Mike Feltenberger's green flag. With Harper in command, a quick red flag was needed when a multi-car skirmish bottled up turn three with only one lap scored. As the melee unfolded, Ryan Neil hopped another car's right-rear wheel, launching his No. 19 into a series of wild tumbles at the end of the backstretch. Neil continued to flip up the turn three banking and out over the wall! Fortunately, Neil was not hurt in the mishap, but his car was pretty badly beat up.
Robbie Hocker grabbed the top spot from Harper on the restart, with seventh-starting Rutherford charging into the runner-up position. The "Master of the Micros" continued his march to the front, passing Hocker for the lead as they dashed off corner number two. As the laps clicked off rapidly, Rutherford pulled out to a fairly comfortable advantage and Eddie Strada edged his way into second by the time the crossed flags were displayed, signifying the halfway point of the race. Brandon Azzalina, driving the Rapp Pallets No. 43, moved up a couple of times during the 25-lap affair, only to fall back a few spots before climbing once again toward the head of the pack. With Rutherford in front and Strada desperately trying to reel him in, a five-car tussle for third ensued between Azzalina, Alex Bright, point leader Jay Hartman, Pauch Jr., and Hocker. Rutherford, in Gary Hunter's CARSTAR No. 7h, maintained control and zipped to his first Action Track USA victory since July of 2013. Strada finished second with Azzalina third, 12th starting Alex Bright in fourth, and Jay Hartman rounding out the top five.
Brett Bieber is all smiles after he picked up the feature win
in the 100 lap Kutztown Komet All-Star Slingshot event.
Thirty-five All Star Slingshots took the green in the NAPA Auto Parts Kutztown Komet 100 for the All Star Slingshots. It was a two-car race for most of the event that turned into a wild battle for the lead and the win. Joe Nemeth and John Bockhorn waged an entertaining duel for the race lead, with Larry Raifsnider in the mix as well, shoving the nose of his No. 11R under Nemeth on numerous occasions. By the 20th trip around the clay, Brett Bieber had navigated his way from 12th on the starting grid to fourth, right behind Kutztown's defending Slingshot point champ, Danny Buccafusca.
Nemeth and Bockhorn traded the top spot on several occasions, with Nemeth leading early and then Bockhorn putting his No. 97 in front on lap 32. Nemeth went back to the head of the pack just before the halfway mark, which also happened to be the "halftime break" of the event. The cars were stopped on the front stretch, in full view of the packed grandstand. Crews were permitted to do anything they wanted to the cars, as long as their mounts were ready to roll at the end of the five-minute stoppage. Back under green, Bockhorn forged ahead once more on the 58th tour, but Nemeth roared past again with 35 to go. As the race reached lap 70, the intensity picked up noticeably, and Brett Bieber decided it was time to go.
Bieber wrestled the runner-up slot away from Bockhorn, then snatched the lead from Nemeth in turns one and two with only ten circuits remaining. Buccafusca and Pete Knappenberger went to work on Nemeth, and Knappenberger took advantage of the opportunity when Nemeth got sideways in one and two and Buccafusca hopped over his left-front wheel. At the finish of the century grind, the Oley Jet, Brett Bieber, cruised to the win over Knappenberger, Buccafusca, Raifsnider, and Kurt Bettler (who raced back to the front after spinning just prior to the halfway break and restarted in 29th position). With the victory, Bieber also leap-frogged over Buccafusca to take the point lead.
In the Slinger's makeup feature from July 9, Larry Raifsnider took command early and appeared to be on course for his first win of the year at Action Track USA. Pete Knappenberger moved up to challenge Raifsnider for the lead, and the pair ran side-by-side from laps seven through nine before a yellow flag slowed the action. Raifsnider took off on the restart, and the track officials penalized him for starting too soon. Raifsnider was set back two spots on the ensuing restart, putting Knappenberger in front and Brett Bieber in the runner-up spot. That's the way they finished, with Knappenberger scoring the victory over Bieber, Raifsnider, Kassidy Kreitz, and Dylan Hoch (who started 22nd).
Action Track Sidebites...
What may have been the largest crowd of the season, or at least very close to it, cheered on another excellent field of competitors on Wednesday. Signing in for battle were 21 SpeedSTR's, 39 of the Wingless 600's, and 35 All Star Slingshots, bringing the total car count to 95.
Robbie Hocker won the Wingless 600 Mad Scramble, the 12-lap race at the beginning of the night for drivers who did not qualify the prior week. With the Scramble victory, Hocker transferred directly to the night's main event and into the handicap for an up-front starting spot. He went on to finish seventh in the feature.
Jarid Kunkle, Jay Hartman, Mike Rutherford, and Kameron Morral were victorious in the Wingless 600cc heat races. Sam Kravitsky won the C-Main, and Jacob Severn triumphed in the B-Main.
The Fast Five in the SpeedSTR timed dashes were: Wayne Weaver (12.232-seconds), Billy Pauch Jr., Mike Bednar, Ryan Krachun, and Kenny Brightbill.
Kenny and Brad Brightbill notched wins in the two heats for the SpeedSTR division. Frank Cozze won the B-Main.
The All Star Slingshots competed in group time trials to determine the starting lineup for the Kutztown Komet 100. Turning the quickest lap was Joe Nemeth at 13.399-seconds. Second through fifth included John Bockhorn, Dave Carraghan, Mark Sensenig, and Travis Bieber.
Wingless 600cc Sprint driver Ryan Neil joined Brett Michalski as the only drivers to "leave the ballpark" in the 1 1/2 seasons of operation under co-promoters Rich Tobias and Doug Rose. Both Neil and Michalski (who exited the speedway through the air in 2013) flipped over the third turn wall in Wingless 600cc competition. Both were unhurt in the spectacular mishaps.
This Wednesday, July 23rd, the Pioneer Pole Building Wingless 600cc Sprints will be featured in not one, but a pair of 30-lap main events. They will be joined by the USAC Championship SpeedSTR's, the NAPA Auto Parts All Star Slingshots, and the Junior Slingshots make their second appearance of 2014.
Pit gates open at 4 p.m. and grandstand gates swing open at 5:00. The Wingless 600 Mad Scramble starts things off at 6:15, followed by warm-ups for all divisions and then qualifying activity gets underway at 6:35.
You don't want to miss Twin 30's for the Wingless 600cc warriors, so come get your midweek motorsports adrenaline rush at the JeffreyHogueRealtor.com Action Track USA on the Kutztown Fairgrounds...where the Superstars come to race!
At the JeffreyHogueRealtor.com Action Track USA on the Kutztown Fairgrounds:
USAC Championship SpeedSTR Feature, 30 laps: 1.Billy Pauch Jr., 2.Brad Brightbill, 3.Billy Pauch Sr., 4.Mike Bednar, 5.Wayne Weaver, 6.Kyle Lick, 7.Kenny Brightbill, 8.Nick Baer, 9.Brittany Wixon, 10.Larry Solomon, 11.Earl Paules, 12.Ryan Krachun, 13.Steve Yankowski, 14.Jeff Strunk, 15.Kyle Weiss, 16.Jason Miller, 17.Frank Cozze, 18.Pancho Lawler, 19.Brandon Grosso. DNQ: Frank Yankowski, Bobby Trapper.
Pioneer Pole Building Wingless 600cc Sprint Feature, 25 laps: 1.Mike Rutherford, 2.Eddie Strada, 3.Brandon Azzalina, 4.Alex Bright, 5.Jay Hartman, 6.Billy Pauch Jr., 7.Robbie Hocker, 8.Tim Buckwalter, 9.Peter Michael, 10.Kyle Lick, 11.Shelby Harper, 12.Jarid Kunkle, 13.Tommy Kunsman Jr., 14.Joe Kay, 15.Bobby Scherff, 16.Rhett Long, 17.James Morris, 18.Jeff Hartman, 19.Donny Smith, 20.Simon Egan, 21.Frank Cozze, 22.Kameron Morral, 23.Mackenzie Harper, 24.Jacob Severn, 25.Ryan Neil, 26.Blaine Emery. DNQ: Billy Ney, Jermain Godshall, Greg Stevens, Tex Snyder, Molly Chambers, Sam Kravitsky, Zach Fisher, Daniel Schumaker, Colin White, Mark Conrad Jr., Heidi Hedin, Louie Horvath, Eric Whitby.
Kutztown Komet 100 for All Star Slingshots, 100 laps: 1.Brett Bieber, 2.Pete Knappenberger, 3.Danny Buccafusca, 4.Larry Raifsnider, 5.Kurt Bettler, 6.Joe Nemeth, 7.Ray Nemeth, 8.Cody Kline, 9.Jay Hartman, 10.Matt Miller, 11.Erik Jones, 12.William Mohring, 13.Donny Hockman, 14.Scott Heilman, 15.Tess Horvath, 16.Tayllor Schoenly, 17.Kim Glass, 18.Damian Nemeth, 19.Dylan Hoch, 20.Justin Thompson, 21.John Bockhorn, 22.Carl Bittenbender, 23.Jordan Knepp, 24.Matt Massone, 25.Matt Stangle, 26.Mark Sensenig, 27.Jackson Ring, 28.Simon Whitnell, 29.Austin Stufflet, 30.Louden Reimert, 31.Kassidy Kreitz, 32.Dave Carraghan, 33.Travis Bieber, 34.Mark Hartman. DNS: Steve Svanda.
NAPA Auto Parts All Star Slingshot Feature (Postponed on July 9), 20 laps: 1.Pete Knappenberger, 2.Brett Bieber, 3.Larry Raifsnider, 4.Kassidy Kreitz, 5.Dylan Hoch, 6.Louden Reimert, 7.Matt Massone, 8.Matt Miller, 9.Danny Buccafusca, 10.Jordan Knepp, 11.Joe Nemeth, 12.Mark Sensenig, 13.John Bockhorn, 14.Travis Bieber, 15.Cody Kline, 16.Ray Nemeth, 17.Mark Hartman, 18.Matt Stangle, 19.Jackson Ring, 20.Austin Stufflet, 21.Dave Carraghan, 22.Tayllor Schoenly, 23.David Morell, 24.Damian Nemeth, 25.Erik Jones, 26.Arnold Messmahl. DNS: Joe Bodenshatz, Dakota Kohler, Billy Osmun, Blaire Schoenly, Jeff Kemp.
"KID PAUCH" HOLDS OFF BILLY "THE KID" PAUCH IN ACTION TRACK SPEEDSTR'S..
BRIGHT LIGHTS UP THE TRI-TRACK CHALLENGE 600'S ON JULY 9TH..
(Left): "Kid Pauch" held off (Right) Billy "The Kid" Pauch on his way to
pick up his 2nd SpeedSTR win of the season at Action Track USA. The
chase for the point title is all a tie, between both Father and Son!
Kutztown, PA (Story by Barry Angstadt) 07-11-14: Momentum builds confidence, and right now, Billy Pauch Jr. has plenty of both. The third generation racer from Frenchtown, NJ captured his second triumph of the season on Wednesday in the 30-lap USAC Championship SpeedSTR main event at the JeffreyHogueRealtor.com Action Track USA on the Kutztown Fairgrounds. Making the win even more special, he held off his dad, Billy Pauch Sr., to earn the $2,000 winner's share. The younger Pauch also has three dirt Modified victories at Big Diamond Speedway, a single triumph at Grandview Speedway, and one Wingless 600cc Sprint victory in addition to his pair of SpeedSTR wins in what has been a stellar 2014 campaign.
Collegeville's Alex Bright, in probably his final start aboard Rich Glosser's No. 70G, gave his car owner a memorable send-off with a late race charge that resulted in a Wingless 600cc Sprint victory. The Pioneer Pole Building Wingless 600's were competing in the finale` of the 2014 Tri-Track Challenge, a mini-series conducted at Linda's Speedway on July 4, Lanco's Clyde Martin Memorial Speedway on July 5, and the Action Track USA on Wednesday the 9th. On the strength of a pair of third place efforts in the first two events, along with a runner-up finish in the finale` at Kutztown, Douglassville's Jason Swavely notched the $250 bonus for winning the overall Tri-Track Challenge Championship.
The USAC Championship SpeedSTR main began with Pauch Jr. on the pole and the always exciting Kyle Lick flanking him on the front row. Lick outgunned Pauch to grab the early lead. John Kovatch IV started tenth and quickly moved forward, charging to fourth in the first few laps before he wrestled third away from Earl Paules. Right behind Kovatch was one-time winner Frank Cozze, who lined up ninth for the initial start. Cozze sliced his way to fourth, then snatched third from Paules shortly after a restart with 12 circuits complete. Kovatch faded later in the race and Cozze was involved in a couple of skirmishes that caused him to fall back in the field.
As the cars lined up in double-file fashion after those incidents, as well as a few others that temporarily halted the furious battles throughout the pack, race leader Lick chose the inside lane for each restart. Pauch Jr. challenged on the high side, but time and time again Lick managed to keep his Firetruckparts.com No. L1 in front. Until a fateful restart with 17 laps scored, that is... Pauch Jr. finally found the bite he needed in the higher groove, throttling ahead of Lick's machine. It was the move that won him the race, but afterward, Junior was thinking that something else was the key to his victory.
"I have to thank that little girl who picked the pole for me tonight," he smiled as he recalled the re-draw among the top two in timed hot laps and the top three finishers in the heat races. "I know Kyle got the jump on me there, but starting up front is always a key factor here because the competition is so tough." Billy Pauch Sr. moved into contention during the second half of the event, dueling with Paules before he secured the runner-up position for good. He had one final shot at overtaking his offspring, on a couple of restarts near the end, but "the Kid's Kid" pulled away each time the green reappeared, and he wound up beating his dad to the finish line by almost a half-second. Paules, the asphalt racing expert, finished an impressive third with Lick and Steve Yankowski completing the top five.
The Pioneer Pole Buildings Wingless 600cc Sprint feature was another dandy, with Jason Swavely shooting into the lead over polesitter Bobby Scherff as the green flag waved. Earlier in the evening, Swavely captured the Mad Scramble victory, securing a guaranteed starting spot in the main event - a most important factor for him as he entered the night with just a one point lead over James Morris, and a two point advantage over Tyler Walton, in the Tri-Track Challenge standings.
On a restart with two tours complete, Tony DiMattia roared past Swavely to take the top spot, as Ryan Greth (in Mike Dicely's No. 44) and Tim Buckwalter scuffled for third. On the 11th trip around the clay, Swavely darted back in front as DiMattia jumped the cushion in turn four. Greth took advantage of DiMattia's bobble to sneak into second and Rhett Long made his presence known, powering by Buckwalter and DiMattia to claim the third position.
Alex Bright lined up 16th on the grid when the race began, and he was stuck in heavy traffic for nearly two-thirds of the 30-lapper, slowly but steadily picking off cars until he found himself in the top five with the laps winding down. Bright, driving one last race for car owner Glosser (who plans to sell off all his 600cc equipment), flew by Buckwalter, Greth, and Long to move into second place, then immediately set his sights on Swavely, the race leader. Bright ran down the No. 14, then threw a slide job on Swavely in turns three and four. Swavely was ready for the maneuver, diving to the inside and shoving his nose back in front as the duo completed lap 26 and drag raced into the first corner.
Bright was able to maintain his momentum by running the higher line in turns one and two, and he pulled Swavely off the corner to become the new leader. The ARDC Midget star then pulled away, rumbling to the finish line with a margin of 0.812-seconds over Swavely, whose runner-up effort was enough to lock up the Tri-Track Challenge title over Tyler Walton, who finished fifth in a rare wingless appearance at Action Track USA. Long raced home in third, with Jay Hartman finishing fourth ahead of Walton.
Action Track Sidebites:
Due to a lengthy delay caused by a heavy shower that hit the facility around 5:30 p.m., the All Star Slingshot feature fell victim to the track's mandated curfew. That race will be first on this week's menu, with 31 Slingers eligible to take the green in the 20-lap event.
With the speedway returning from its annual two-week holiday hiatus, the racers were hungry for action as proven by another incredible car count: 55 Wingless 600cc Sprints, 31 All Star Slingshots, and a full field of 24 SpeedSTR's. That's 110 racecars; combine that total with the delayed start (due to the rain), and it's no wonder that the fast-moving program ran up on the appointed curfew time.
Pauch Jr. pocketed $2,000 for the SpeedSTR triumph on Wednesday, and he attempted to (almost) double that amount by taking the Hump Day Challenge, meaning he would start 18th in the Wingless 600cc Sprint main. Combining the Hump Day Challenge, Gambler's Fee, a $100 bonus from the Quality Shoppe in Kutztown, and the basic purse, Pauch could have earned another $1,900 if he'd been able to win the 30-lap Tri-Track finale`.
Unfortunately, as he was carefully climbing through the talent-laden field, Junior was pinched into the backstretch wall and his LHS Racing Engines No. 91s began a series of high-flying, end-over-end tumbles, finally crashing back down onto the racing surface near the entrance to turn three. Pauch Jr. emerged from the car unhurt, but angry, disappointed, and done for the night.
It was a good points night for father and son Pauch in the SpeedSTR division, though, as point leader Jeff Strunk was an early retiree (he finished 22nd) and Billy Sr., who entered the evening just 12 tallies behind Strunk, finishing second to his son, who was third in the point standings when the night began. "I go for wins," stated Senior when asked if a SpeedSTR title was part of his 2014 plans. "When you focus on winning a championship, then you start to 'points race', and that's not my style. I race to win but yeah, a championship would be nice."
Several special awards were up for grabs as part of the 600cc Tri-Track Challenge event. Alex Bright's drive from 16th to victory earned him the Hard Charger Award (a new right-rear tire from American Racer Tires) and Jermain Godshall won a similar prize as the Hard Luck Driver of the event.
Godshall failed to transfer out of his heat race, but was victorious in one of the C-Mains. That put him near the back of the B-Main starting lineup, and he staged an exciting run to the front before finishing third - making him the final qualifier for the 30-lap feature. Unfortunately, Godshall was involved in an incident after just nine laps, flipping wildly on the front stretch and landing at the base of the flag stand. He was uninjured, thankfully, and received a new right-rear tire as the Hard Luck recipient.
Several 600cc drivers from Florida were in the field on Wednesday, led by Eddie Moss and his daughters Raelynn and Paige. Dirk Miller, John Crowder, and David Hall accompanied the Moss family to Kutztown. All are very successful racers in the Florida Mini-Sprint Association. Eddie Moss was the only member from the Sunshine State to make the feature, where he finished 20th after falling out with 12 laps in the books.
This Wednesday, July 16, will see the All Star Slingshots take center stage in the second running of the Kutztown Komet 100, honoring the late, great Freddy Adam.
The Slingers will start the night by making up their 20-lap feature from last week, then run timed warm-ups to determine the starting order for the 100-lap grind. Co-promoters Rich Tobias and Doug Rose decided that everyone who takes part in the timed warm-ups will start the Kutztown Komet 100.
There will be a five-minute break at the halfway point of the race. The cars will be stopped on the track, and crews will be permitted to change anything they want, as long as it can be completed in the five-minute time period. Anyone going to the pits will have to restart in the rear of the field.
The SpeedSTR's and Wingless 600 Sprints will be part of the July 16 menu as well, with warm-ups beginning at 6:15 and qualifying getting underway after the make-up Slingshot feature at 6:35. Come get your midweek motorsports adrenaline rush at the JeffreyHogueRealtor.com Action Track USA on the Kutztown Fairgrounds...where the superstars come to race!
USAC Championship SpeedSTR Feature, 30 laps: 1.Billy Pauch Jr., 2.Billy Pauch Sr., 3.Earl Paules, 4.Kyle Lick, 5.Steve Yankowski, 6.Wayne Weaver, 7.Kyle Weiss, 8.Mike Bednar, 9.Brittany Wixon, 10.Larry Solomon, 11.John Kovatch IV, 12.Jason Miller, 13.Brad Brightbill, 14.Frank Cozze, 15.Nick Baer, 16.JJ Grasso, 17.Pancho Lawler, 18.Mike Vermuelen, 19.Kenny Brightbill, 20.Frank Yankowski, 21.Joe Sanfillippo, 22.Jeff Strunk, 23.Dale Planck. DNS: Ryan Krachun.
Pioneer Pole Building Wingless 600cc Sprints (Tri-Track Challenge Finale`), 30 laps: 1.Alex Bright, 2.Jason Swavely, 3.Rhett Long, 4.Jay Hartman, 5.Tyler Walton, 6.Brandon Azzalina, 7.Jeff Hartman, 8.Tony DiMattia, 9.Eddie Strada, 10.Frank Cozze, 11.James Morris, 12.Billy Ney, 13.Brittany Brown, 14.Kyle Lick, 15.Tim Buckwalter, 16.Ryan Greth, 17.Blaine Emery, 18.Jarid Kunkle, 19.Mike Rutherford, 20.Eddie Moss, 21.Jermain Godshall, 22.Billy Pauch Jr., 23.Joe Kay, 24.PJ Williams, 25.Bobby Scherff, 26.Shelby Harper, 27.Zach Bealer, 28.Dan Souder.
DNQ: Paige Moss, Daniel Schumaker, Mackenzie Harper, Dirk Miller, Rob Adams, Robbie Hocker, Jacob Severn, Austin Burke, Raelynn Moss, John Crowder, Molly Chambers, Tommy Kunsman Jr., Jessica Weiss, Ryan Neil, Tex Snyder, Ron Bosga, Chris Stockham, Dave Dimaio, Zach Fisher, Austin Bishop, Brandon Edgar, Marty Gorr, David Hall, Mark Conrad Jr., Donny Smith, Peter Michael, Eric Whitby.
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