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2015 Action Track USA / SpeedSTR

Planck Throwing It Sideways On The Semi-Banked Clay Oval...

2015 Reading Fairgrounds / All-Star Slingshots

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2015 Action Track USA / SpeedSTR

Ryan Smith Runs The Low Side; Billy Pauch Jr. Runs The High Line....

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Wayne Weaver Shows The Versatile STR's Like Asphalt Speedways....

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Kassidy Kreitz In Her #69 Takes The Inside During Feature Action...

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Andre Manny Blazes A Trail And Shows Why He Has Multiple Wins in 2015...

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Raphael Gougeon Leads The Way Over the #00 Of Donovan Lussier...

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Billy Pauch Sr. Inside Of #46 Graver and Billy Pauch Jr. #1 On The Outside...

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Bockhorn Continues To Impress As SpeedSTR's Invade
 Five Mile Point This Saturday, October 10th...

(left photo) The #97 driven by John Bockhorn, who is an SpeedSTR Rookie continues to impress the competition .
(right photo) Billy Pauch Sr., in the #27 is the defending National All Pro SpeedSTR Champion, and winner of the American
Racer Cup for SpeedSTR's at Five Mile Point in 2014.

Story by Barry Angstadt. 10-05-15: When John Bockhorn buckles into his sharp looking No. 97 this weekend at Five Mile Point Speedway in Kirkwood, NY, he will continue an impressive rookie season in the USAC All Pro SpeedSTR division.
  Bockhorn, who hails from Bloomingdale, NJ, was a fixture on the various Slingshot Tours for five years before he decided to make the switch to the increasingly popular SpeedSTR class. The mechanic at Ebers Auto notched ten victories during his time in the Slingers, with the biggest coming in Penn Can's Small Car Nationals in 2014.
  "They are the best thing to learn in," says Bockhorn about the All Star Slingshots. "I really feel like they prepared me for whatever step I took next, and that step was into the SpeedSTRs." With a chuckle he added that he "bought my Slingshot on a Wednesday and raced it at Hamlin on Saturday."
  His foray into the SpeedSTR division took a bit longer, but he was fully prepared and rarin' to go when the 2015 season began at the JeffreyHogueRealtor.com Action Track USA on the Kutztown Fairgrounds.
  "I bought a car from Frank Yankowski - it belonged to Paul Lotier before that - and over the winter we put a new rear and front end on the car, along with pretty much everything else that bolts on...the chassis was the same, but that was about it by the time we were finished with it," explained Bockhorn.
  Lotier told him it would take at least one full season to learn to drive the SpeedSTR. "I thought 'no way', but he was right," notes Bockhorn, who started slowly but quickly gained speed in the car after listening to fellow chauffeur Tim Buckwalter.
  "Timmy said 'you've really got to throw the car into the corner', and once I learned to do that and got myself to do it all the time, my speed picked up and I was definitely more competitive," said Bockhorn.
  He used the group time trial sessions utilized by Action Track USA to gauge his progress. "We went from around 25th fastest in the beginning to the teens, and then into the top ten," he pointed out. And his rise in the qualifying sessions occurred in rapid fashion, as his immaculate white No. 97 timed seventh quickest for the Ronnie Tobias Memorial event in mid-June.
  The major highlights - so far - of Bockhorn's rookie season happened on successive Wednesdays, with a heat race triumph on July 22nd trumped only by an exciting third place finish in the following week's 30-lap main event. "You really have to pedal these things," he says, "and I'm getting used to that. To summarize my first year of running in this class, I'd have to say 'so far, so good.' There's definitely more give and take in this class, and I like that."
  While the third place effort produced some thoughts about possibly winning in his rookie season, Bockhorn is realistic and knows he's competing against some of the best in the business; drivers who have, quite literally, thousands more laps in a race car than he does. You simply don't go out and beat guys with last names like Pauch, Brightbill, Mahaney, Planck, Buckwalter, and Paules on a regular basis when you're the new kid on the block.
  Bockhorn became a steady heat race qualifier on the progressive banking of Action Track USA, but several feature finishes of 12th through 15th led to a 15th place when the final points were tallied. Not too shabby, especially when the caliber of competition at the Berks County oval is taken into consideration.
  Now come the National All Pro Tour races, and Bockhorn started out with a steady run at Linda's Speedway on September 19. He is heading to Five Mile Point's American Racer Cup event this Saturday, October 10, to gain more experience and, hopefully, impress even more folks who will be watching.
  Bockhorn's rookie campaign will end at Grandview's Fall Jamboree on October 31st and November 1st, when the Action Track USA staff takes over the Bechtelsville oval for its annual season ending biggie, where National Championships are decided for the SpeedSTRs, All Star and Junior Slingshots. The Pioneer Pole Building Wingless 600cc Sprints will also be on the menu at the Fall Jamboree.
  And the white No. 97 SpeedSTR will be towed to all these races, as is the norm, using an old school style open trailer. "I like the fact that people can see the race car," says Bockhorn, "and it's cool when they go by and give us a thumbs up."
  John and his fiance`, Michelle, travel up and down the highway going to the speedways where the SpeedSTRs compete. And Bockhorn can see himself staying in the class for years to come.
  "Financially, these cars make sense. We're runnin' for more money than most modifieds and crate modifieds run for, and I know that some of the 'crate guys' have about $40,000 in their cars and they run for $400 to win. And these SpeedSTRs, they're economical to run. As long as you don't bust 'em up too bad, it doesn't cost that much to run them each week. And one person can maintain the car, too...you don't need a large crew to get them ready to race."
  When he was a kid, Bockhorn's grandparents took him to Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, NY, as well as to other tracks where the dirt Modifieds race. His grandparents were friends with Ed Farley and the Bottcher family, along with Jerry Higbie. Hanging around well known, veteran racers like them proved to be an education of sorts for Bockhorn, and he learned the value of being able to go to others for advice and suggestions.
  He credits Lotier, who gladly provides guidance to the rookie, for his marked improvement over the course of the year. Bockhorn also says that Tim Buckwalter has been very helpful with advice and tips on how to get faster in the SpeedSTR.
  In addition to Michelle's support as a crew member, Walter Bennett also helps out at the track. And Bockhorn has been able to line up a nice array of sponsors for his effort, too.
  Lending financial and product backing are Creative Auto Interiors, Ebers Auto, D&D Produce, John Fogg Exc., JBJ Electric, Lakeland Auto Parts, Stosh's Pickles, Slinger Warehouse, and Bagel Rack.
  John Bockhorn's outgoing and friendly personality have made him a favorite with the fans and with his competitors. His improvement on the track, along with a 'keep your nose clean' driving style, has also opened many eyes during his first season of SpeedSTR competition.

Tim Buckwalter brings shades of "Toby Tobias Sr." to Linda's Speedway
After Taking Home "The Lebanon Valley Classic" Feature Victory...

(left photo) Tim Buckwalter came up big after finishing 2nd in the Dick Tobias Memorial race at The Action Track.
(right photo) Fans gave Buckwalter a standing ovation after providing them with memories of an era gone by.
 9-18-15 Photos courtesy of Lenny Slemmer Jr, and Action Track USA.

Bodenschatz Captures National Tour Win at Lanco's "Slide at The Clyde III...


(left photo) Daniel Morgiewicz, Travis Bieber, and Henry Anderson doing battle.
(right photo) Joe  Bodenschatz minutes after winning the 3rd Annual Slide at The Clyde.
 Photos courtesy of Shred Racing Photos.
Newmanstown, PA. 09-06-15:  Three divisions produced a total of 144 entries on Sunday at Lanco's Clyde Martin Memorial Speedway, pushing the weekend's grand total to an overwhelming 305 entries for this year's Labor Day Shootout!
Sunday's wingless Micro-Sprint winners were Jared Esh (600cc) and Kyle Spence (270cc), while Joe Bodenschatz registered his very first National Slingshot Tour victory in the Slide at the Clyde III. Bodenschatz went home with more than $2,000 in purse and lap money, courtesy of OMS Used Parts Outlet, Kim Glass of Kim's Kreations, and a host of associate and contingency sponsors.

The two-day Labor Day Shootout was also sponsored by Hyper Racing, West Fabrications, and Jared Davis Motorsports, along with Ankiewicz Enterprises, Inc., Logeman Signs, and Hoosier Racing Tires. New Jersey's Joe Bodenschatz started on the pole of the All Star Slingshot Slide at the Clyde III, the 30-lap National Tour race that also awarded points for the Mid-Atlantic Gold Region Tour and served as the final event in the OMS/ Kim's Kreations Triple Crown series for the Briggs & Stratton powered racers.

Bodenschatz led all the way to score the lucrative win, worth $2230 when all the purse, lap money, and contingency prizes were tallied. He drove the S&S Speedways/ Hamlin Speedway No. 5s, owned by Randy and Denise Smith, to the big win, joining his car owner (Randy Smith) as a Slide at the Clyde winner. Smith won the first Slide at the Clyde in 2013.
With Bodenschatz cruising out front, BJ Antonio, Cody Kline, and Brett Bieber fought for the runner-up position after Kline and Bieber went three-wide with Kassidy Kreitz for third spot. Ninth-starting Louden Reimert moved through the field quickly, joining Kline and Bieber in their battle with Antonio.

With four laps complete, Bodenschatz led Antonio, Kline, Reimert, and Bieber. By lap 11, Bieber had worked his way by the cars in front of him, passing Antonio for second. Bieber, who has more than 100 career Slingshot victories, closed in on Bodenschatz at the halfway mark, but then began to lose ground to the leader as the second half of the 30-lapper went by in rapid fashion. Bodenschatz crossed under the checkered flag by a healthy margin over Bieber, whose runner-up finish was enough to earn him the Triple Crown Championship, worth $500. Antonio wound up third in the race, with Kline and New York's Dillon Steuer making up the top five. A great field of 34 All Star Slingshots took part in the Slide at the Clyde.


All Star Slingshots Slide at the Clyde III, 30 laps: 1.Joe Bodenschatz, 2.Brett Bieber, 3.BJ Antonio, 4.Cody Kline, 5.Dillon Steuer, 6.Kassidy Kreitz, 7.Corey Cormier, 8.Dave Carraghan, 9.William Mohring, 10.Henry Anderson, 11.Don Schmidt, 12.Daniel Morgiewicz, 13.Austin Silfee, 14.Seth Spayd, 15.Tom Arntz, 16.Anthony Raisner, 17.Mike Toth, 18.Dakota Kohler, 19.Dylan Swinehart, 20.Dylan Hoch, 21.Louden Reimert, 22.Kyle Gruber, 23.Travis Bieber, 24.Chris Kurtz.
DNQ: Steve Svanda, Sam Scicchitano, Austin Stufflet, Mike Glass, Ava Bellinger, Jordan Lawrence, Kyle Herve, Dave Morrell, Mike Taylor, AJ Gerhart.

Billy Pauch Jr. Wins The Season Ending "Dick Tobias Classic",
Plus Collects The 2015 SpeedSTR Action Track Point Championship...

(left photo) Tim Buckwalter gave it all he had in the feature behind the iconic Tobias #17, but came up just short.
(right photo) Billy Pauch Jr. claimed the season ending win plus the track point title all in one night.
 Photos courtesy of Lenny Slemmer Jr, and Action Track USA.

Kutztown, PA. 08-15-15:  Champions were crowned before a capacity crowd on Sunday, August 16, as the JeffreyHogueRealtor.com Action Track USA lowered the curtain on its 2015 racing season at the Kutztown Fairgrounds.

  Some fantastic racing took place before the point champions could be recognized, with Billy Pauch Jr. pulling off the biggest win of the night as he captured the 75-lap Dick Tobias Classic for the USAC All Pro SpeedSTRs. The victory was worth $5,000 to Pauch, who clinched his second consecutive point title by winning the Classic.

  The Pioneer Pole Building Wingless 600cc Sprints, Powered by Engler Injection, also had a driver secure the championship by virtue of winning the final race of the season as Tim Buckwalter forged a narrow victory over the driver he was battling for the title, Brandon Azzalina.

  Chris Kurtz registered his fourth triumph of the year in the NAPA Auto Parts All Star Slingshot main event, but it was Brett Bieber who emerged as the point champ. 

  The 75-lap Dick Tobias Classic was just that as the USAC All Pro SpeedSTR's fought tooth-and-nail for every position on each trip around the progressively banked oval. 

  Kevin Graver Jr. set the pace in the early laps, with Ryan Smith and Kenny Brightbill mixing it up for the runner-up spot. Smith finally cleared Brightbill's No. 19 and moved in on the race leader, challenging Graver in a side by side duel for several circuits. Andy Haus took third from Brightbill and ran there until Billy Pauch Jr. made his presence known, taking the position from Haus on lap 31.

  A scheduled fuel stop with 40 laps complete allowed the teams to make whatever changes they wanted, as long as the adjustments were completed by the time the ten minute time limit expired. As the race went back to green, Smith had his No. 97x wound up on the outside, powering around Graver (who led the first 40 tours) to take command as lap 42 was scored. 

  Soon it was Pauch Jr.'s turn to swap the lead with Smith as the duo traded slide jobs on a few occasions before Pauch Jr. secured the top spot. Tim Buckwalter, who rolled off the starting grid in seventh, slipped past Smith for second on lap 49.  Now it was time for another edition of the Billy and Timmy show, as Pauch Jr. and Buckwalter were set to battle for the win as they had on numerous occasions during the 2015 season. 

  Buckwalter threw a slider on Pauch in turns one and two on a restart with 15 to go, grabbing a temporary hold on the lead. Pauch returned the favor with 12 laps remaining, sliding Buckwalter for the top spot on another restart. From that point on, Pauch Jr. was in control, although he could not totally shake Buckwalter. The Frenchtown, NJ ace maintained a lead of about three to four car lengths, winning by almost a half-second over Buckwalter. Smith was third with Graver Jr. and Brad Brightbill rounding out the top five. 

  "My dad and Kenny Brightbill battled one another for many years," grinned Pauch Jr. in victory lane. "And I told Timmy that we're both young enough yet that we'll still be battling each other 20 years from now, just like my dad and Kenny." The win was Pauch Jr.'s third of the season but his first since June 10 in SpeedSTR competition. 

Tim Buckwalter Wins The "Pioneer Pole Building" Wingless 600 Sprint Feature,
Plus Takes Home The 2015 Action Track Point Title...

(left photo) Multi talented Hot Shoe Tim Buckwalter on his way to capturing the feature win.
(right photo) Surrounded by his team, Tim Buckwalter enjoys the win, and the point title that he earned in 2015 .
 Photos courtesy of French Fry Nation and Action Track USA.

  The highly competitive SpeedSTR feature was a tough act to follow, but the Pioneer Pole Building Wingless 600cc Sprints, Powered by Engler Injection, did their very best to keep the large crowd on the edge of their seats. 

  Brandon Azzalina carried a slim five point lead over Tim Buckwalter as they headed into the season finale, with Billy Pauch Jr. still having a mathematical chance at the title as well. And Hollywood could not have written a better, more appropriate script to carry out this intense battle for the championship. 

  Azzalina and Buckwalter started seventh and fifth, respectively, in the 25-lap main event. They quickly moved up to join the party at the front of the pack, with Azzalina passing Buckwalter in the early going. 

  The first 13 laps of the main went clean and green, with James Morris snatching the lead from Jordan Mohr on the third revolution. Billy Pauch Jr., looking for the SpeedSTR/Wingless 600 sweep, roared into third  on the ninth circuit, passing Jay Hartman for that position. 

  When the yellow flag appeared at the halfway point, Morris was leading over Pauch Jr., Azzalina, Buckwalter, and Jay Hartman. As the race went back to green, however, the drivers at the front of the field went four-wide for the top spot. Buckwalter authored an incredible move to take the lead, darting down from the top of the turn two banking to slice his way between Morris and Pauch with Azzalina left behind in fourth. 

  With Buckwalter in front, it was time for a three-car, three-wide tussle for the runner-up slot between Azzalina, Morris, and Pauch Jr. Azzalina grabbed second but gave it back one lap later as Morris somehow threaded the needle in turn two, charging through an opening the size of a key hole between Azzalina and Pauch. Azzalina moved back into second with two to go, passing Morris then setting sail after the leader.

  While the Saylorsburg wheel-twister closed the gap on Buckwalter with one lap left to run, Buckwalter was able to hold him off to win the race and the championship by 0.309-seconds. Morris finished third with Pauch Jr. a close fourth and Jay Hartman wound up fifth. 

  Douglassville's Buckwalter ended up winning the title by 20 points over Azzalina. It was Buckwalter's fourth Wingless 600cc victory of the campaign and he gave all the credit for his wins and the title to car owner Barry Greth. "He works his butt off during the week to have this car ready and to make it fast," noted Buckwalter. "And with my TSL shock package on it, we were able to have a great year here." Jason Swavely was the Pioneer Pole Building Hard Charger of the race, clawing his way from 24th starting position to a tenth place finish. 

 Chris Kurtz Closes Out Action Track USA Season Taking His 4th All-Star Slingshot Victory...
Brett Bieber Takes the 2015 Action Track All-Star Slingshot Point Championship...

(left photo) Brett Bieber secured the 2015 Point Title after his win in Wednesday's 100 lap feature, job well done.
(right photo) Chris Kurtz is all smiles after collecting Action Track feature win #4 in 2015.
 Photos courtesy of Action Track USA.

  Brett Bieber had the NAPA Auto Parts All Star Slingshot point title locked up by the time the Kutztown Fair ended on Saturday. He actually clinched the title on Wednesday night, taking away any pressure and enabling him to just "show up, race and have some fun," according to the newly crowned champion from Oley, PA.

  He was actually cheering for brother Travis, who started on the pole and ran side by side with Matt Miller for the top spot for the first three revolutions. Travis Bieber eventually moved ahead and proceeded to lead until calamity struck on a restart with eight laps complete. The throttle linkage on Bieber's No. 114 broke and he slowed dramatically, handing the lead to Chris Kurtz.

  Kurtz, who hails from Saylorsburg, drove to his fourth triumph of the season with Seth Spayd ending up in second (his best finish of the year). Dylan Swinehart, a two-time winner at Action Track USA this year, settled for third place money ahead of Dylan Hoch and Miller. 

Action Track Sidebites...

  There were 31 USAC SpeedSTR's in attendance on Sunday, while the wingless 600's pulled in a stellar field of 40. The All Star Slingshot entries totaled 38 for a grand total of 109 race cars among the three divisions.  

  Action Track USA co-promoters Doug Rose and Rich Tobias recognized and thanked their staff at intermission, introducing each one to the crowd after a group photo was taken. They also saluted the SpeedSTR drivers who qualified for the Dick Tobias Classic, handing out medals to each driver and introducing them one by one to the crowd. Rose and Tobias gave similar recognition to the All Star Slingshot drivers at the Kutztown Komet 100 last Tuesday and for the wingless 600cc drivers before their Touch of Green Landscaping Wingless 600cc Fair Nationals on Wednesday, August 12.

  Club Wago held their Summer Bash at the track on Sunday afternoon and the goal of the event was to raise funds (through raffles of racing related items) for the family of Mike Bailey, who passed away in his race car after being stricken by medical issues at Grandview Speedway on July 28. The Summer Bash raised more than $1,000 for Bailey's family and the money was presented to them at intermission on Sunday night.

  NAPA of Kutztown conducted a Most Popular Driver contest at the speedway this season. For a donation of $1.00, fans could vote for their favorite driver at Action Track USA. The donations went to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund. When all the votes were cast, SpeedSTR competitor Kenny Brightbill received the highest number of tallies to become the 2015 Most Popular Driver at Action Track USA. Brightbill was presented with a Most Popular Driver plaque on Sunday evening as part of the intermission activities.

  Mary Tobias, the widow of the late, great Dick "Toby" Tobias, was on hand and presented a special winner's ring to Billy Pauch Jr. after his victory in the Tobias Classic.

  The SpeedSTRs will compete in several All Pro Tour events in the coming weeks, racing at tracks such as Thunder Mountain and Five Mile Point in NY, along with Pennsylvania's Penn Can, Linda's, and Grandview Speedway. They will also appear at New Egypt, NJ on October 31 before joining the wingless 600cc Sprints and the All Star and Junior Slingshots at Grandview's Fall Jamboree on Sunday, November 1.  

  The JeffreyHogueRealtor.com Action Track USA will begin its fourth season of mind blowing competition in May of 2016. The staff and management wishes to thank all the race teams, marketing partners, and spectators who made 2015 a very special season. 




USAC All Pro SpeedSTR Feature, Dick Tobias Classic, 75 laps: 1.Billy Pauch Jr., 2.Tim Buckwalter, 3.Ryan Smith, 4.Kevin Graver Jr., 5.Brad Brightbill, 6.Steven Nederostek, 7.Andy Haus, 8.Kenny Brightbill, 9.Billy Pauch Sr., 10.Matt Janisch, 11.Jeff Strunk, 12.John Bockhorn, 13.Skylar Sheriff, 14.Mike Bednar, 15.Kris Graver, 16.Jason Miller, 17.Tyler Dipple, 18.Damon Paul, 19.Doug Manmiller, 20.Andy Bachetti, 21.Gary Huber, 22.Earl Paules, 23.Frank Yankowski, 24.Joey Thompson, 25.Jay Hartman, 26.Rick Kirkendall, 27.Joe Vaccaro. DNS: Wayne Weaver, Nick Baer. DNQ: Kyle Lick, Mike Vermuelen.

Pioneer Pole Building Wingless 600cc Sprint Feature, 25 laps: 1.Tim Buckwalter, 2.Brandon Azzalina, 3.James Morris, 4.Billy Pauch Jr., 5.Jay Hartman, 6.Eddie Strada, 7.Tommy Kunsman Jr., 8.Robbie Hocker, 9.Danny Buccafusca, 10.Jason Swavely, 11.Jeff Hartman, 12.Will Butler, 13.Kyle Lick, 14.Mick D'Agostino, 15.Doug Snyder, 16.Jacob Severn, 17.Dan Schumaker, 18.Joey Jarowicz, 19.Jermain Godshall, 20.Jon Keller, 21.Jack Conover, 22.Joe Kay, 23.Colin White, 24.Nate Brinker, 25.Alex Bright, 26.Justin Schraden, 27.Jordan Mohr, 28.Jarid Kunkle.

DNQ: Dave Dimaio, Aaron Bowes, Tanner Gray, Dan Leaper, Louie Horvath, Cale Mutter, Hunter James, Carmen Leggio, Patrick Ely, Jeff Weaver, Rebecca LaMothe, Joe Plunkett.

NAPA Auto Parts All Star Slingshot Feature, 20 laps: 1.Chris Kurtz, 2.Seth Spayd, 3.Dylan Swinehart, 4.Dylan Hoch, 5.Matt Miller, 6.Austin Stufflet, 7.Erik Jones, 8.Kassidy Kreitz, 9.Tim Roeder, 10.Jeff Kemp, 11.Dave Carraghan, 12.Joe Nemeth, 13.Taylor Schoenly, 14.Anthony Raisner, 15.Alex Yankowski, 16.Austin Silfee, 17.Brett Bieber, 18.Dave Galloway, 19.Jake Bedell, 20.Jordan Knepp, 21.Louden Reimert, 22.Dave Burns, 23.Cody Kohler, 24.Travis Bieber, 25.William Mohring, 26.Nick Delcampo.

DNQ: Mike Toth, Steve Svanda, Dakota Kohler, Aidan Svanda, Lindsey Garl, Joe Toth, Lee Schantzenbach, Dave Morrell, Blaire Schoenly, John Gilroy, Joey Vaccaro, Scott Solt.



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