Billy Pauch

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Billy Pauch (born March 1, 1957 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, U.S.) is an American racecar driver. He resides in Frenchtown, New Jersey where he runs the Bill Pauch Driving School.[1]

Known for racing Modifieds, dirt small-block and big-block Modifieds, and dirt sprint cars throughout the eastern United States, Billy had over 600 career feature wins. Pauch was the 1999, 2000, 2002, 2008, 2011, and 2013 New Egypt Speedway Modified division champion claiming over 100 wins at the track (the second place only has 29), among many other track championships. Pauch has also made 4 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series starts, with his best finish coming in 1998 at Flemington Speedway where he finished in sixth place in the #06 Dick Greenfield Dodge. In 1988, Pauch won 42 feature races and earned three track championships.[2]

His son Billy Pauch Jr. raced the full schedule of the Whelen Modified Tour in 2007.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Staff. " wins for the 72nd time at NES", The Times (Trenton), April 27, 2009. Accessed July 28, 2009. "Billy Pauch of Frenchtown proved just why he is the all-time leading winner at the New Egypt Speedway."
  2. ^ Swanson, Buffy. "Pauch in Pictures", Stock Car Racing (ISSN 0734-7340), Volume 24 Number 10, October 1989.