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#1 flash49

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Posted 07 September 2019 - 11:10 PM

Garrett Paugh of Elkins, WV., took the lead from John Mollick on a lap 22 restart, and beat Mollick to the checkered flag by 1.58 seconds.  There were 26 Rush Late Models in the pits tonight.  Results as follows:

 

 

 

Miley Rumble 35 A-Main:

 

 

1.           Garrett Paugh (03) from 3rd

2.           John Mollick (60M)

3.           Ben Policz (14B)

4.           Mike Reft (9R) from 8th

5.           Nico Dabecco (1F) from 13th

6.           Christian Schneider (1st) from 15th

7.           Braeden Dillinger (14D)

8.           Ryan Frazee (11F)

9.           Zachary Kane (10)

10.         Tommy Schirnhofer (8)

11.          Josh Stoica (22J)

12.          John Boring (58B)

13.          Paul Jablonski (3J) DNF

14.          Heath Close (77H) DNF

15.          Zach Gunn (17G) DNF

16.          Colby Beighey (36B) DNF

17.          Logan Zarin (1Z) DNF

18.          Mike Duritsky (90J) DNF

19.          Scott Gunn (14G) DNF

20.          Bobby Springer (42S) DNF

21.          Bill Kessler (09) DNF

22.          Eric Hamilton Jr. (33x) DNF

23.          Jimmy Johnson (39J) DNS

24.          Pete Wearing (111) DNS

25.          Ron Hall (01) DNS

26.          Tom Duratz (55D) DNS  

 

 

 

Rush Late Model Dash:

 

 

1.              John Mollick (60M)

2.              Logan Zarin (1Z)

3.              Garrett Paugh (03)

4.              Ben Policz (14B)

5.              Mike Duritsky (90J)

6.              Ryan Frazee (11F)

 

 

 

Rush Late Model Heat #1:

 

 

1.               John Mollick (60M)

2.               Ryan Frazee (11F)

3.               Zach Gunn (17G)

4.               Zachary Kane (10)

5.               Nico Dabecco (F1)

6.               Colby Beighey (36B)

7.               Pete Wearing (111)

8.               Eric Hamilton Jr. (33x) 

9.               Tom Duratz (55D) DNS

 

 

 

Rush Late Model Heat #2:

 

 

1.               Ben Policz (14B)

2.               Logan Zarin (1Z)

3.               Mike Reft (9R)

4.               Braeden Dillinger (14D)

5.               Josh Stoica (22J)

6.               Jimmy Johnson (39J)

7.               Paul Jablonski (3J)

8.               John Boring (58B) DNF

9.               Ron Hall (01) DNS

 

 

 

Rush Late Model Heat #3:

 

 

1.                Garrett Paugh (03)

2.                Mike Duritsky (90J)

3.                Bill Kessler (09)

4.                Tommy Schirnhofer (8)

5.                Christian Schneider (1st)

6.                Scott Gunn (14G)

7.                Bobby Springer (42S)

8.                Heath Close (77H)

 

 

 

Pro Stock A-Main:

 

 

1.                 Danny Rich (67x)

2.                 Chase Lambert (22jr)

3.                 Mike Harris (18) 

4.                 Bill Slade (A22)

5.                 Robert Betz (81)

 

 

 

Rush Modified A-Main:

 

 

1.                  Tony Tatgenhorst (63T)

2.                  Chelsie Kriegisch (10)

3.                  Rob Kristyak (00)

4.                  Chas Wolbert (c3)

5.                  Kole Holden (2) 

6.                  Cameron Nastasi (615)

7.                  Jacob Jordan (28J)

8.                  Greg Porter (25)

9.                  Nathan McDowell (11G)

 

 

 

Rush Sprint A-Main:

 

 

1.                    Chad Ruhlman (87R)

2.                    Zach Morrow (27M)

3.                    Jeremy Weaver (41)

4.                    Kevin Ruhlman (23)

5.                    Brian Ruhlman (49)

6.                    Greg Beach (33x)

7.                    Steve Pedley (21)

8.                    Brian Hartzell (69)

9.                    Matt Sherlock (55)

 

 

 

Hobby Stock A-Main:

 

 

1.                     Stephen Shelpman (17S)

2.                     A. J. Poljak (Shelpman 17P)

3.                     Frank Magill (05)

4.                     Marcus Simmons (68x)

5.                     Karlee Kovacs (221K)

6.                     Matt Bernard (15B)

7.                     Cody Koteles (1K)

8.                     Andrew Sutton (16A)

9.                     Tom Anton (13)

10.                   Kaleb Behanna (79)

11.                   Jeff C. (6)

12.                   Matt Miller (77x)

 

 

 

Open 4 Cyl. A-Main:

 

 

1.                      Andy Garlinger (R88)

2.                      Phillip Bubeck (2L)

3.                      Bob Quaigg (16)

4.                      Bill Tenant (2) DNF

 

 

 

Young Gun A-Main:

 

 

1.                       Tony Magill (05)

2.                       Kyle Janas (88)

3.                       Cameron Hollister (44)

4.                       Noah Bubeck (2) DNF

5.                       Susie Rudolph (55) DQ for contact


Edited by flash49, 08 September 2019 - 01:38 PM.



 

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Posted 08 September 2019 - 02:33 AM

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Posted 08 September 2019 - 09:45 AM

I do believe Paughs car is a xr1.

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Posted 08 September 2019 - 11:11 AM

12 cars finished???

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Posted 08 September 2019 - 11:43 AM

Five of the DNFs were involved in crashes, two were DQed for three cautions, and the rest had mechanical difficulties.  There were lots of cautions. 



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Posted 08 September 2019 - 01:05 PM

Five of the DNFs were involved in crashes, two were DQed for three cautions, and the rest had mechanical difficulties.  There were lots of cautions. 

 

flash I was down in the pits last night and completely missed it but was there some kind of issue between the 39 and 22 in the heat?



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Posted 08 September 2019 - 01:33 PM

 

flash I was down in the pits last night and completely missed it but was there some kind of issue between the 39 and 22 in the heat?

 

Yes, they were banging on each other coming to the checkered in their heat race, and I think Stoica purposefully ran into Johnson as they were leaving the track, or vice versa, not sure.  I saw Smoky talking to them in the pits, not sure why Johnson left early. Johnson really got screwed on the last restart where he had been running a really strong third and would have finished in that position had the caution not come out.  


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Posted 08 September 2019 - 08:07 PM

The 39 ran down the entire left side of my car and then in to the back of Reft coming off the track. He claimed we both pinched him off on the last lap and was upset about it.

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Posted 08 September 2019 - 08:20 PM

the one thing Smokey never does in a drivers meeting is let new drivers know that at PMS the speeds are so much faster using the whole track as opposed to running one lane that if a driver is running by himself and someone has a run up high,if the driver passing can't get wheel to wheel before the line narrows..the car in front has no idea they are out there.

that was exactly what happened,I saw him coming hard on the outside of you but he was too far behind for you to know..but he stuck it in there anyway.

wasn't your fault.

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Posted 08 September 2019 - 08:46 PM

I give Mollick a lot of credit...he could have shut the door on Paugh coming out of 2 on any of those restarts but he didn't. Like Danny said, I'm sure Mollick didn't know if Paugh was beside him or not but he always assumed he was and left the door open instead of taking a chance on wrecking them both.

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Posted 09 September 2019 - 06:18 AM

You have some guys on a fast track with little to no experience with the speeds obtained at ppms. 14 cars dnf'd due to a variety of reasons. It could have been worse.

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Posted 09 September 2019 - 03:33 PM

I give Mollick a lot of credit...he could have shut the door on Paugh coming out of 2 on any of those restarts but he didn't. Like Danny said, I'm sure Mollick didn't know if Paugh was beside him or not but he always assumed he was and left the door open instead of taking a chance on wrecking them both.

 

 

My buddies and I all said the same thing. 



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Posted 09 September 2019 - 03:37 PM

You have some guys on a fast track with little to no experience with the speeds obtained at ppms. 14 cars dnf'd due to a variety of reasons. It could have been worse.

 

 

Actually, only 10 cars were in the DNF column.  Four of the cars did not start the race.  But that still is a significant number of cars not to finish.  



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Posted 09 September 2019 - 03:39 PM

The 39 ran down the entire left side of my car and then in to the back of Reft coming off the track. He claimed we both pinched him off on the last lap and was upset about it.

 

Thanks for the clarification, Josh.  The guy I was sitting with told me that you had rammed someone, and I told him I'm pretty sure Jimmy Johnson got into the back of someone, but the cars were all so close together leaving the track, it was hard to tell.  Good luck the rest of the season.  



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Posted 09 September 2019 - 04:06 PM

Thanks flash




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