View Full Version : Drews Enterprises 'Beaters' results

01-07-2006, 05:52 PM
Drews Enterprises 'Beaters with Heaters III'
ABC Car Crushing NEETS Holiday Stock Car Series
NOTE: Top 10 are official finishes. 11th-last are not official

(sponsor wanted 4 cyl)
Finish No Driver/Hometown
1 07 Mike Mujsce Jr, Riverhead, Ny
2 34 Woot Lawrence, Southampton, NY
3 30 Joe Grocholski, Freeland, PA
4 81x Joel Lipperini
5 70d Denise Seigel, Berwick, PA
6 2x Robin Vollmoeller, Riverhead, NY
7 308 Ken Harper
8 01 Terry Nansteel, Bangor, PA
9 30a Larry Fisher, Fern Glen, PA
10 5T Tim Pauch
11 70 Dale Garrison, Berwick, PA
12 SIX Jim Sykes
13 m0 Maurice Ott
14 7 Sam Ryan
15 70c Chris Seigel, Berwick, PA
16 19x Jennifer White, Southampton, NY
17 29 Joe Sherman
18 62 Luke Colleran, Mountaintop, PA
19 1934 Mrs "Fluffy" White, Southampton, NY
20 13 Mike Mujsce Sr.
21 78jr Bob Darde
22 26 John Bittoni Jr
23 131 Ryan Nelson
24 5r11 TJ Stevens,East Stroudsburg, PA
25 461 Rich DiMarco
26 79X Amanda Spotts
27 007 Mike Kobeski, Pottstown, PA
28 27v Mike Ventura
29 17 Art Kulik, Bensalem, PA
30 63 Nikki Wachs, Hanover Twp, PA
31 309 Mike King
32 61s Harry Sager, Hanover Twp, PA
33 33 Dave Horning, Pottstown, PA
34 01X Mark Forman
35 3 Brad Vollmoeller, Riverhead, NY
36 472 Steve Elliston, Southampton, NY
37 56 Brian Moses
38 777 Mike Racho, Hazelton, PA
39 31 Gary S. Walls, Orlando, FL
40 02 Shawn Wanat
41 82 Matt Guida, Riverhead, NY
42 111 Kenny Ferrer
43 20x Ken Cornell
44 39x Jamie White, Southampton, NY
45 1 Frank Katona, Junedale, PA
46 8p Steve Petry
47 1s Steven Sapp, New Castle, DE
48 00d Daniel Hargan
49 24 Larry Spencer, Nanticoke, PA
50 5jp Joe Oliver
51 82C John Costello
52 73 Dave Bentley, West Chester, PA
53 28 Michele Mowery, Berwick, PA
54 6 John Saccomandi, North Wales, PA
55 71 Leroy Radcliff
56 9 Brandon Brown, Berwick, PA
57 31B Dave Bartuski Jr, Nanticoke, PA
58 16 Rich Haegele
59 15 John Mondelli
60 51m Michael Dunn
61 R12 Todd Pinto
62 81 Marc Cefalo
63 77m Jack McElrath, Berwick, PA
64 38 Bob Haeger
65 83 Devin Gibson
66 2 Robin Vollmoeller Jr, Riverhead, NY
67 57 Gwen Sakowski, Dorrance, PA
68 23 Dennis Keenan
69 56k Kyla Kovak, Lost Creek PA
70 77 Dale Shoemaker
71 89 Art Allen
72 59 Joe King
73 0 Kyle Curtis, Hampton Bays, NY
74 x3 Ollie Stewart, Dorrance, PA
75 29x John Moser
76 519 Ron Pierson, Whitney Point NY
77 19 Jimmy White, Southampton, NY
78 89X Mike Colon

(sponsor wanted 6/8 cyl)
Finish Car Driver/Hometown
1 41 Joe Jentile, Bedminster, PA
2 23g Shawn Gallucci, Hazleton, PA
3 11 Keith Bissinger, Selinsgrove, PA
4 31x Jeff Walls, Ridley, PA
5 124 Mark Spencer, Nanticoke, PA
6 75 Howie Bott, Budd Lake, NJ
7 93 Rob Pyle
8 54 Dave Cascioli
9 29 Jim White, Hampton Bays, NY
10 14 Phil Lomonaco, Perkasie, PA
11 5 Tim Pauch
12 28 Gregg Clerico
13 438 Paul Mercante
14 8 Mike Smith
15 26 John Bittoni Sr
16 23z Frank Gallucci, Hazleton, PA
17 99 Robin Shewire
18 20k Kory Stevens, Levittown, PA
19 97 Tom Moses
20 55 Donny Oliver, Riverhead, NY
21 410 Steve Tito, Drums, PA
22 32 Alex Fletcher
23 10 Tom Slee, Smithtown, NY
24 20 Bobby Pease, Medford, NY
25 b52 Jimmy Honaker
26 13x Nick Shaw, Chatham, NJ
27 97 Joe Kmetz
28 101 Tracy Rocap
29 68 Bob Wickersheim
30 h8 Ben Gregor
31 72 Mark Paine
32 39 Phil Levering
33 266 Bob Kulik, Croydon, PA
34 14x Brian Brown, Riverhead, NY
35 18x Kerry Boehm
36 58 Randy Parsons Jr, Bangor, PA
37 mc17 Matt Chambers, Wilmington, DE
38 24 Gary Bauer
39 78 Aaron Miller, Stroudsburg, PA
40 15 Glenn Osborne, Howell, NJ
41 12x Eric Wink, Palm, PA
42 42 Jamie Curtis, Flanders, NY
43 77 April Makarewicz, Hazleton, PA
44 50 Tom Zoke
45 1 Rich Johnson, Mastic, NY
46 69 Mark Wolf
47 302 Joe Helberg
48 33 TJ Kapish, Jeansville, PA
49 33d Charlie Nansteel
50 43 Richard Petey, Hackettstown, NJ
51 18C Matthew Mattern
52 01 Jimmy White, Southampton, NY
53 42x Danny Cascioli
54 41dd Dave Tito, Drums, PA
55 3 Richard Deck
56 1x Cory Student
57 42C Matt Cascioli
58 29X John Gallotto
59 18 Pat Verwys, Westchester, PA
60 17R Ray Rothfuss
61 168 Bob Wohlgemuth
62 47 Dave Moore
63 02X Jack Levix
64 46 Pete Russell
65 107 Ralph DeWald Jr
66 17 Josh Oswald, Schnecksville, PA

Some of the names from the computer are spelled incorrectly. If you notice any, feel free to post!

01-07-2006, 06:01 PM
Congrats Mike Mujsce Jr. for winning the first event of the year for Long Island!

Congrats Joe Jentile as well:)

01-07-2006, 06:44 PM
Congrats Mike & Joe :applause: :applause: and to all those that ran, no matter where you finished. :) :)

Have a great Party!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D


01-08-2006, 01:29 PM
For points purposes
the big car #50 was Tom Zoke who finished 44th. He has no name next to his entry.

01-08-2006, 03:18 PM
Just for the record, Mike Mujsce was clocked on the transponder printout doing a 5 second lap at 237 mph. (you do the math). So as far as I'm concerned, Congrats Joe Jentile and WOOT! :wave:Ps...Happy Birthday WOOT!

W. J.
01-08-2006, 04:30 PM
Maybe there was a nitrous bottle in the car??? :lol: :lol: :lol:

Just kidding, but transponders do that sometimes. :)

Tower Man
01-08-2006, 04:34 PM
Hummm...I know how that can happen.

Rich Johnson
01-08-2006, 05:41 PM
I guess some sort of manual backup would help ?
I have a feeling something might have happened with Bobby Pease's transponder missing a beat. He was fast and had a clean race...


Bobby Pease
01-08-2006, 06:40 PM
I gotta say, that was the best race I ever ran at MTN...YES, Joe did pass me 1 time, and I thought Since I was behind him at the checkered flag, Id be in 2nd or 3rd.......NOT 7 laps down!!!!!!!!!!!! UNLESS, someone in the transponder booth was taking laps from me......Very disappointing!!!



Before people are told the results, someone should check for the obvious top finishers and make sure they are at the top.... Not 23rd....

DB Motorsports
01-08-2006, 07:14 PM
Did you get the number on that transponder?

01-08-2006, 07:38 PM
I picked up three transponders, #'s 10, 11 and 12................... :-|
I used #10 and think I gave #11 to Dr D...................... :(
So I'm pretty sure your transponder# was 12................. ;) It stinks Peaseman it happened to me once.............. :eek:
Hopefully it wasn't the way it was mounted in the car............. :confused:
UNCLE PETEY............. :wave: :wave: :wave: :wave: :wave:

01-08-2006, 07:50 PM
I had a good race myself, didn't post the best of finishes, but overall ran a good race. Ended up 47 but had a good top 20 cars. Got rear ended and lifted up on lap 4 on a red flag, Then on lap 8 got rear ended again, witch the impact set the kill-switch off,(Fuel pressure release buttom, duct-taped to my dash) got it refired after a lap or two, smoke puring from the left frony and pitted on lap 10, around lap 70 got tangeld up with 3 cars going down the front staight, and put a three inch dent in my rim(pitted lost a lap or so) went out on the track got booted once more going into 3. But then finished pretty good from then on. I ran with most of the cars in the top 15 or 20 when I was on the track, so a desent car nevertheless. Hope everyone else had the finished they were looking for and see ya in April.:) :applause:

01-08-2006, 08:09 PM
Just for the record, Mike Mujsce was clocked on the transponder printout doing a 5 second lap at 237 mph. (you do the math).It's a new closed-course world record!!!

01-09-2006, 09:33 AM
I thought it was great the first time we ran Mountain having transponders, but to be honest, I think the best way to score the Enduros is the old fashioned way like we do at Riverhead, sit and score your own car.

01-09-2006, 10:13 AM
Good news highlights are up on the Gary Silverman pages


01-09-2006, 11:08 AM
pics are up and running as well


01-09-2006, 11:10 AM
To Matt Guida and Shawn Wanat of Riverhead on your race in the 4 cyl. class! :applause:
Way to go guys, your fans in Texas are watching, :lol:

lefty turner
01-09-2006, 11:19 AM
I used to run enduros at Williams Grove and they used manual scoring. There are ways for the scorer to easily cheat with that system. Personally, I'd rather have an automatic system that may make mistakes than a manual system that can be intentionally corrupted. Actually, NASCAR has the best system, which actually combines both. But, they only have 43 cars/trucks to score.

NEETS could do both, but do you have any volunteers to verify manual vs. electronic scoring for 80 cars?

NJ Chick
01-09-2006, 12:18 PM
Just so you know EndurofromDE, that link to Gary Silverman's page that you have posted is showing the highlights from the Beaters Race from Jan 2005, not this past Saturday's race :eek:

01-09-2006, 01:04 PM
NJ scroll to the very bottom below the Turkey Derby highlights from Wall last month.
To see the highlights of the B w/ H III

NJ Chick
01-09-2006, 01:39 PM
Thanks EndurofromDE, I jumped the gun, sorry! ;)

W. J.
01-09-2006, 01:39 PM
Hey EnduroFromDE, no scrolling needed, here's a direct link:


01-09-2006, 05:38 PM
If you look at the pics, Mujsce was in the turn 3 wall with another car. Its in the pics. Woot never pitted and was never taken out. Mujsce had a 5 sec lap and a 12 sec lap and finished 7 seconds in front of Woot. So he was either 5 laps down or 5 laps ahead of the field. Which do you think? I think a REAL man would own up to it and not go all the way back to NY saying he won and no one could touch his car. 237 mph how could anyone?! But I guess it runs in the family. I think the transponders are great when they work, but the printout should be reviewed carefully before deciding the finishing order. So does he keep his points or do they go to the 2nd place guy? :rolleyes:

01-09-2006, 06:24 PM
There must have been some transponder issues !!!!!!! first off 200+ mph------impossible !!!!!! Bobby P finishing 24th-----no way :confused:

01-09-2006, 07:08 PM
:wave: I just don't think it was a very nice Birthday present for Woot.....

01-11-2006, 11:24 AM
Hey Billy,
The Beaters race was great with the lining up, and a quick start to the race. But the way the line up was determined, it didn't really bother me directly, because I registered as soon as the link came up on the website. But I've heard people coming down from the tower complaining they're starting back in the 80's and 90's (where they registered). To me, the best part of walking up those steps is not forking over the $50 bucks :*-( , but picking from the deck of cards for my starting spot. How was it determined that where you registered is where you start? Is that how each race going to be, or was this just a one race deal to see how it would work?? Either way, the choice is yours and I'm sure everyone will respect it; I will :p . (NO, I'm not sucking up)
We'll see ya in April. :wave:

NJ Chick
01-11-2006, 11:58 AM
The Beaters race has traditionally always been as you register on the computer is how you will line-up in the race. The next races will be by card pick, unless Billy decides to mix it up now and then. Billy always posts on the registration/information page as to how the line-ups will be determined, so there are no surprises come race day. Hope that helps! :)

:wave: :cool:

01-11-2006, 12:06 PM
Thank NJ
This was my first Beaters race, (hopefully not my last) so I was not aware of that, but thanks for pointing that out.

shore taxi
01-15-2006, 07:47 AM
I know Glen Osborn, big car #15, had a problem with his transponder, #33. He did get spun out two times, but never was in the pits, and they say he finished 40th . I know at Wall Stadium, at Turkey Derby, some people had problems with their transponders losing their charge quickly in the cold .

01-15-2006, 09:27 AM
Just to throw my 2 cents in on the transponder subject, I ran the Frankenduro big car race in 2004 with the transponder in my Chest pocket on my driver's suit. There was no problem with it as I finished 4th. One of the most importaint things is to make sure you cross the pickup on the track. If you are too low (like in the infield), it will not score you.

01-15-2006, 10:28 AM
I still think Billy should let the 8cyl. start a couple of races. How about it Billy?

01-15-2006, 02:18 PM
I think I may have to back you on that one. Maybe alternate every other race or so. Something to think about Billy? :rolleyes: :wave: