BECHTELSVILLE, PA – After enjoying phenomenal odds versus Mother Nature this year, the Outlaw Enduro Series lost its first full racing program to rain this past Sunday Oct. 20th. Unfortunately, the event can’t be rescheduled and the show was cancelled. Therefore, the 2019 season has officially drawn to a conclusion.
The Big Car 50-lap Enduro that was rained out on Sept. 28th will be made up in 2020 at the season opener. Details and a complete racing schedule will be released in the near future.
The 2019 Big Car track champion is Stockton NJ’s Tim Pauch. The second generation racing talent captured his eighth career Enduro championship at the 1/3 mile oval of Grandview Speedway. Pauch, also a former 4-time Enduro champion at the famed Flemington (NJ) Fairgrounds, captured his 22nd career Grandview triumph this year and finished consistently all season long which led to achieving the title.
Jamie Naftzinger of Reading enjoyed his most successful points finish with a runner-up this year driving the car that his late father Mark steered for several seasons in the past. Aaron Frazier of Oley switched cars in 2019 and the changed paid off as Frazier nailed down a third in the standings. Joe Kunkel of Alburtis added another top five to his achievements with a final finish of fourth. Bob Wink of Palm enjoyed a pair of top five finishes this year and finished fifth in points.
Rounding out the top ten were: Travis Guyer, Brandon Guyer, Scott Lord, Chuck Keely, and Mike Fiskaldo.
Brian Moyer of Reading captured his first ever Small Car point championship driving his self owned #11 this season. Last year Moyer won two races and finished second in the standings. In 2019, Moyer likewise earned two wins but secured the point championship.
James Yons of Macungie began the season with four straight top five finishes and enjoyed a successful year. He finished a career points best of second. John Rose of Gilbertsville competed in two classes this year and earned a top three of third in the Small Car standings. 2016 champion Matt Peck of Boyertown finished fourth and Chris Rose of Gilbertsville joined his brother in the top five standings for fifth.
Rounding out the top ten were: Tim Jones, Phil Levering, Mike Bentley, Eric Spengler and Rob Storms.
John Bilofsky of Allentown captured his second straight JunkYard Car championship after grabbing five race victories this season. In three years, Bilofsky has also become the all-time leading race winner in the class. Four Cylinder champion Brian Moyer was second followed by Cody Anderson, Andrew Molina and John Rose.
For complete updates and news on 2020 please stay tuned to www.outlawenduroseries.com and also on facebook.
Special thanks are extended to all fans, teams and drivers for their support of the series this year. OES also expresses thanks to the fine folks at Grandview Speedway to allow enduro racing at their facility since 2008. We look forward to seeing everyone in 2020.