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Dillard doubles up in USMTS debut at Jackson Motor Speedway

March 1st, 2017

BYRAM, Miss.– Cade Dillard grabbed the lead from Trevor Egbert just short of the halfway mark, and then cruised to his second straight Summit Racing USMTS Winter Speedweeks victory Friday night at the Jackson Motor Speedway in Byram, Miss.

Dillard, who captured last Saturday’s finale at the Shady Oaks Speedway, hounded Egbert for the first 18 circuits before using a pair of lapped cars to dive underneath the leader and take control.

From there, the 25-year-old from Robeline, La., went unchallenged the final 22 laps to pocket the $3,000 top prize and his 12th career USMTS triumph.

Tenth-starting Chris Brown continued his early-season surge and came home with the runner-up paycheck, Stormy Scott bested points leader Jason Hughes for third and Egbert held on for a top-five finish.

Zack VanderBeek passed a dozen drivers en route to a sixth-place finish, Travis Saurer went from 14th to seventh, Joe Duvall was eighth, R.C. Whitwell raced to ninth from the 22nd starting spot and Jon Mitchell completed the top 10.

A rain delay put a halt to the racing action at the semi-banked 1/4-mile dirt oval, but the Jackson Motor Speedway track crew kept after the racing surface and racing resumed for the remaining feature races shortly after midnight.

Friday’s event was the first ever for the USMTS at the track with and 47 entries from 14 states in attendance.

Up next, the Whynot Motorsports Park in Meridian, Miss., rolls out the red carpet at the historic House of Hook for another $3,000-to-win event on Saturday night.

Pits gates open at 12 noon and grandstands opening at 3 p.m. Hot laps begin at 5 p.m. and the first heat race gets the green flag at 6 p.m. Spectator admission is $20 for adults, $10 for kids ages 6-12 and free for children ages 5 and under. Pit passes are $35 for adults, $15 for kids ages 6-12 and free for children 5 and under.

A full racing card is slated with the rugged USMTS road warriors being joined by Limited Mods, Nesmith Crate Late Models, Nesmith Street Stocks, Nesmith Late Model Sportsmans, Factory Stocks and Hot Shots/Stingers.

The Holiday Inn in Meridian is the Official Host Hotel of Whynot Motorsports Park. Located at 100 N. Frontage Rd. in Meridian, call (601) 693-0160 and ask for the Whynot Motorsports Park Rate of $83 per night.

The Whynot Motorsports Park is a semi-banked 3/10-mile dirt oval located at 4773 JW Reynolds Road in Meridian, Mississippi 39301 (intersection of JW Reynolds Rd. and Old Hwy. 19 Southeast). For questions please call Phillip Hathcock at (205) 965-3070 or Rodney Wing at (601) 527-0084. The tracks website can be found at www.whynotmotorsportspark.com. You can also follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/whynotmotorsportspark, Twitter at www.twitter.com/Whynotracing1 and Instagram at www.instagram.com/whynot_motorsports_park.

On Sunday, the best race in the country can be found at the Greenville Speedway in Greenville, Miss.

Pit gates open at 1 p.m. and grandstands open at 4, followed by hot laps and racing at approximately 5:30 p.m. Adult spectator admission is $20, kids ages 6-14 are $5 and children 5 and under get in for free. Pit passes are $35.

In addition to the USMTS Modifieds, fans will see Super Lates, Nesmith Crate Late Models, Pure Streets and Limited Mods in action at thefastest track in the south.”

The Greenville Speedway in a semi-banked 1/4-mile gumbo clay oval. If you’re coming from Greenwood on Hwy. 82, take a left on Raceway Rd., which is the first red light as you enter Greenville (track is located on the left). If coming from Arkansas, take a right on Raceway Rd., which is the last red light leaving Greenville (track is located on the left). For more information call (662) 822-7071 or (662) 822-2662 or visit www.greenvillespeedway.net. You can also follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Greenville-Speedway-216033642998.

For fans unable to attend this weekend, all three shows including every lap of every division will be broadcast live on www.RacinDirt.com.

To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series, visit www.usmts.com online or call 515-832-7944. You can also like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/usmts, follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/usmts and Instagram at www.instagram.com/usmts or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/usmtstv. Keep up to speed with everything USMTS by joining our email list at www.usmts.com/subscribe.

Sanders spoils Sobbings sweep dreams at Park Jefferson

August 31st, 2016

JEFFERSON, S.D.– In dramatic fashion before a huge crowd of fans, Rodney Sanders scored his ninth United States Modified Touring Series win of the season Saturday night at the Park Jefferson Speedway. The 73rd triumph of Sanders career was his second during the Hunt for the USMTS Caseys Cup powered by S&S Fishing & Rental, and kept the 26-year-old from Happy, Texas, within striking distance of his third USMTS national championship.

Starting 12th on the grid made for a daunting task for Sanders, and the fact that he had to pass Jesse Sobbing, Jason Hughes, Ricky Thornton Jr., Stormy Scott, Dylan Smith, Ryan Mikkelson, Dereck Ramirez, Cade Dillard, Zack VanderBeek, Mike Jergens and Mike Densberger made the feat even more impressive. Sobbing, who started the 37-lap main event looking to sweep the night for the Home Pride Motorsports team after Jack Dover won the Nebraska 360 Sprint Series feature moments earlier, looked to have luck on his side after putting a string of bad draws behind him with a front row start.

Last years rookie titlist was solid for the first 28 laps, holding off Hughes and Thornton on several occasions as he throttled around the high side of the 4/10-mile clay oval. But after fighting to keep his lead for several laps, Sobbing finally gave way to Sanders on lap 29.

Sanders cruised the final seven laps to secure the $3,000 winners paycheck and keep his hopes alive of a third series crown. Sobbing kept points leader Hughes as bay to collect runner-up honors while Thornton backed up his second-place run Friday with a fourth-place showing tonight.

Stormy Scott, who has looked sharp the last three nights driving Austin Arnesons GRT chassis, started seventh and slipped back as far as 12th before surging late to grab the fifth spot. Fourteenth-starting Jett Big Eagle was sixth, Dylan Smith rebounded from a ninth-lap spin to take seventh, Johnny Scott earned the KSE Racing Products Hard Charger Award by racing from 20th to eighth, Ryan Mikkelson nabbed ninth and Dereck Ramirez completed the top 10.

On Sunday night, the Casino Speedway hosts the Sandy Benson Memorial presented by Riddle’s Jewelry and Jurgens Printing featuring a full night of special promotions to honor the Chairman of the Board of the 63-year-old speedplant on the shores of beautiful Lake Kampeska in Watertown, S.D. It will be the first time back at the semi-banked 3/8-mile dirt oval for the USMTS since 2011. Former winners here include Tommy Myer, Scott Ward, Al Hejna, Zack VanderBeek, Kelly Shryock and Jon Tesch a multi-time track champion and only driver with two USMTS wins in his hometown.

The pits open at 3 p.m., and the spectator gates open at 5 with Happy Hour from 5-6:30. A candy toss for the kids takes place at 6 and the green flag flies at 6:30. Midwest Modifieds and Street Stocks will also be in action. Admission is $20 for adults, kids ages 8-13 get in for $5 and children ages 7 and under get in for free with a paid adult. Pit passes will be $35. Race fans can get $2-off coupons at Casey’s General Stores in Milbank, Webster and all three Watertown locations. Visit www.caseys.com to find the store nearest you.

Mike Jergens and his Snickers-sponsored USMTS Modified will be at the Casey’s General Store located at 405 10th St. SW in Watertown from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Casino Speedway is located 4.0 miles northwest of US 212 on SR 20, then 0.7 mile south on Stokes-Thomas Lake Rd. (next to the city park). For more information, check out www.casinospeedway.com.

To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series, visit www.usmts.com online or call 515-832-7944. You can also like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/usmts, follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/usmts and Instagram at www.instagram.com/usmts or subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/usmtstv.

Bub McCool Bests MSCCS Foes Jackson Motor Speedway

September 3rd, 2015

Vicksburg, MS – Bub McCool powered his McCool Logging #57J RBT Motorsports/Club 29 Race Car/Jay Dickens Racing Engine Super Late Model to the $2,500 victory on Saturday evening in the Doyle Lott Memorial at Jackson Motor Speedway.

On Saturday night Bub McCool returned to action, visiting Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Mississippi) for the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series event. Drawing a crowd of twenty-four Super Late Models for the Doyle Lott Memorial, McCool qualified fastest in his group and then bagged the dash victory, earning him the pole position starting spot for the feature event. Bringing home a $2,500 payday, Bub wired the field in the 50 lap finale to score his eighth victory on the season with Brian Rickman, Garrett Alberson, Ross Camponovo, and Chad Thrash trailing him to the finish line.

Bub remains in first in the latest MSCCS standings. For full results from this event plus complete series standings, please visit www.StateSeries.com.

The team will take not race anywhere over the Labor Day weekend as they spend their time to assemble a new car. McCool next returns to action, September 11th-12th with a pair of MSCCS events at Hattiesburg Motorsports Park (Hattiesburg, Mississippi) and Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Mississippi). For more information on the events, please visit www.StateSeries.com.

Bub McCool would like to thank his sponsors, which include McCool Logging, Little Randy’s Hunting Camp, RBT Motorsports, Jay Dickens Racing Engines, Triple B Trucking, Thompson’s Auto Repair, Hoosier Tire South, Club 29 Race Cars, Eibach Springs, Good Hope Lumber, Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants, Print Worx, GottaRace.com, and MSRMafia.com Marketing Services.

For more information on Bub McCool, please visit the official team website at www.BubMcCool.com.

This Weekend’s Events at Jackson Motor Speedway Postponed and Ark-La-Tex Speedway Canceled

March 26th, 2015

Waycross, GA – This weekend’s Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series-sanctioned event at Jackson Motor Speedway in Jackson, MS, scheduled for March 27th, has been postponed until Saturday April 11th. The event at Ark-La-Tex Speedway in Vivian, LA, scheduled for March 28th, has been canceled, after no-suitable make-up date was found.

The region has been battered with torrential rains over the last few weeks and last weekend, the grounds at both speedways are just already too saturated to be ready for events this coming weekend; with more forecasted to hit during this week, there is not enough time to allow the water table to fall and the grounds and racetracks to dry out.

“We really hate to lose both of these events this weekend. The fans are always in for a great show every time we come to Jackson, and last year’s race at Ark-La-Tex was fantastic! We can’t wait to come back to both tracks,” stated Assistant-Series Director, Rick Schwallie, “after talking with the promoters at Jackson and Ark-La-Tex and looking for a suitable make-up event for both facilities, but we were unable to find a suitable make-up date for Ark-La-Tex.”

Next up for the LOLMDS will be the April 11th, event at Jackson Motor Speedway in Jackson, MS. The event will pay $12,000 to win and will feature Miller Welders Time Trials, Heat Races, B-Mains, and a 50-lap Feature. For more information, check out www.jacksonmotorspeedway.net. For the latest breaking news on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, including the 2015 tour schedule, TV schedule, drivers, sponsors and all things LOLMDS, please visit the official website at: www.lucasdirt.com.

Follow the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series on social media outlets at www.facebook.com/lucasdirt and www.twitter.com/lucasdirt, and www.instagram.com/lucasdirt

Leon Henderson Charges to Fifth in MSCCS Action at Jackson

August 22nd, 2014

Laurel, Mississippi – Leon Henderson enjoyed his best outing of the 2014 season on Saturday night with a charge through the pack to a fifth place finish with the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (MSCCS) at Jackson Motor Speedway in his L&D Trucking #10 Victory Circle/Cornett Racing Engine Super Late Model.

Henderson went into competition with the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (MSCCS) on Saturday evening at Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Mississippi) in the Doyle Lott Memorial. Twenty-three entries were on hand for the $2,500-to-win affair, and Leon started his night with a fifth place finish in the b-main. As a result he started eighteenth in the main event. Despite starting near the back of the pack, Henderson climbed through the field to record a fifth place finish at the checkered flag behind race winner, Chris Wall, David Breazeale, Chad Thrash, and Henry Cooper.

“Our team really needed a run like that,” said Henderson. “The car was just phenomenal, and to be able to advance thirteen spots felt really good. Hopefully we can carry our momentum into this weekend.

Leon is eighth in the latest series standings. Full results from the event are available at www.StateSeries.com

Henderson returns to action with the MSSCS this weekend, August 22nd-23rd with a pair of $3,000-to-win events at North Alabama Speedway (Tuscumbia, Alabama) and Columbus Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi). More information on the events can be obtained at www.StateSeries.com .

Henderson Motorsports would like to thank their sponsors including L&D Trucking, L&D Scrap, Victory Circle Race Cars, Cornett Racing Engines, Mastersbilt Race Cars, Xtreme Graphics By J-Rod, and MSRMafia.com

For the latest information on Henderson Motorsports, please visit www.HendersonMotorsports.net .

Reicks, Bonnstetter collect USRA Iron Man Challenge checkers at Jackson Speedway

September 1st, 2012

JACKSON, Minn. – The Industrial Material Surplus USRA Iron Man Challenge invaded the Jackson Speedway Thursday with Tory Reicks of Waucoma, Iowa, topping the USRA Stock Car main event while Josh Bonnstetter of Slayton made it two in a row in
USRA B-Mod competition.

Bonnstetter, who won just 24 hours earlier and 30 miles west at the Fairmont Raceway, started on the pole and led all 12 laps to pocket his second $700 paycheck in as many nights.

Dan Paplow of Dundee claimed the runner-up spot while Jared Timmerman of Norwalk, Iowa, finished third. Lyle Sathoff of Armstrong, Iowa, and Jason Andrews of Okabena, Minn., rounded out the top 5.

From the outside of the front row, Reicks took his first Iron Man win of the year as the 2010 USRA Stock Car national champion bested polesitter Malcolm Teachout of Granada for the $1,000 top prize.

Jackson’s Luke Sathoff grabbed a third-place finish, points leader Tom Schmitt of Independence, Iowa, finished fourth and fifth went to Dan Christopher of Decorah, Iowa.

On Sunday, Sept. 2, the Industrial Material Surplus USRA Iron Man Challenge takes the spotlight at the Cresco Speedway in Cresco, Iowa. USRA Stock Cars will compete for $700 to win while USRA B-Mod main event winner will pocket $500. Also on the card will be the Cornbelt Clash Late Models and Hobby Stocks racing for USRA national points. Hot laps begin at 6 p.m. with racing to follow. The Cresco Speedway is located 2 blocks north of SR 9 on SW 7th. More information is available by calling 563-547-3400 or at www.mhcfair.com/speedway.

To learn more about the USRA, visit www.usraracing.com or call 515-832-6000. You can also like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/usraracing or follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/usraracing.

Hunter Rasdon Set for $4,004-To-Win Jason Robbins Memorial

July 14th, 2012

Jonesboro, Arkansas- Hunter Rasdon will debut his #r5 Mastersbilt/Jay Dickens Racing Engine Open Wheel Modified this weekend in the $4,004-to-win, Jason Robbins Memorial at Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Mississippi).

Hunter has spent the first half of the season piloting the #r5 Team Country Pleasin/Warrior/Vic Hill Racing Engine Super Late Model, but has been out of action the past few weeks as the team waits on new power plants. While he plans to return the driver’s seat of the Super Late Model next weekend, he will be entering his first Open Wheel Modified event of the season this Saturday at Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Mississippi) in the 5th Annual Jason Robbins Memorial. Many of the region’s top Open Wheel Modified competitors are expected to converge on the 1/4 mile oval for the big event. The event will include heat races, b-mains, and the finale. For more information on the event, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net .

Hunter was last in action on Saturday, June 16th as he entered a $2,500-to-win, Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (MSCCS) Super Late Model event at Greenville Speedway (Greenville, Mississippi) as twenty-eight cars registered for battle. The night started on a sour note as mechanical issues resulted in him qualifying resulted in him being last in his group. As a result he started tenth in his b-main. With the top six cars transferring to the feature, Hunter raced to a fifth place finish to lock into the eighteenth starting spot for the main event. Early in the feature he began working his way through the pack, but bad luck would strike again as he began losing oil pressure. As a result, he retired from the event to save his equipment and was credited with a nineteenth place finish. Full results from the event are available at www.StateSeries.com.

Open Wheel Modified competitors don’t forget to contact Hunter Rasdon Racing for all of your parts, setup, and technical needs. For more information, please visit www.HunterRasdon.com .

Hunter Rasdon and Rasdon Motorsports would like to thank their sponsors including Rhinehart Trucking & Paving, Country Pleasin’ Sausage, Rocket Shocks, Mastersbilt Race Cars, Jay Dickens Racing Engines, Port City Racing, JFR Graphics, BSB Manufacturing, Tennison Brothers Sheet Metal, Bill Frye Motorsports, and MSRMafia.com Marketing Services.

For the latest Hunter Rasdon and Rasdon Motorsports information, please visit www.HunterRasdon.com .

Scott Creel Set For All American 50 at Jackson Motor Speedway

September 8th, 2011

Franklinton, Louisiana – After a three week break, due to a busy work schedule, Scott Creel will take #31 Voodoo Motorsports/Creel Brothers/Bloomquist/Pro Power Super Late Model back into battle this Saturday as he enters the All American 50 at Jackson Motor Speedway.

Scott was last in action on Saturday, August 20th as he made the trip to Whynot Motorsports Park (Meridian, Mississippi) for a $2,500-to-win, Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (MSCCS) event at the 3/8 mile oval. Twenty-nine Super Late Models entered the event, and after qualifying second fastest in his group, he locked into the pole-sitter’s dash, where he advanced to a third place finish to earn the third starting spot for the 50 lap feature.

In the main event, Creel would battle in the top five for the duration of the feature as he looked for his first win of the year. At the checkered flag he would cross the line in the fourth spot behind race winner, Klint Byars, Jason Cliburn, and Scott Dedwylder. Even though it wasn’t the win that Scott was seeking it was still a great finish for the team. Full results are available at www.StateSeries.com.

This Saturday, September 10th the team will make the trip to Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Mississippi) for the All American 50 presented by the Mississippi Army National Guard. The $5,000-to-win/$300-to-start, 50 lap event will pit many of the region’s top drivers against one another at the 1/4 mile oval. For more information, please visit
www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net .

Voodoo Motorsports would like to thank all of their sponsors including Creel Brothers, J&J Motorsports, Pro Power Racing Engines, All Star Performance, Dixie Dirt TV, VP Racing Fuels, Randy LaJoie Racing Seats, Bloomquist Race Cars, Ohlins Shocks, Hoosier Racing Tires, Xtreme Graphics By J-Rod, MSRMafia.com, Team Voodoo Racing, and ASI Racewear.

For more information on Voodoo Motorsports, please visit www.VoodooDirt.com.

Ross Camponovo Scores Top Ten Finish in Season Opener; JMS This Weekend

April 1st, 2011

(Clarksdale, Mississippi) Ross Camponovo was finally able to get his 2011 season underway last Saturday as he piloted his #18 Camponovo Farms/Rocket/RPM Racing Engine Super Late Model to a top ten finish at Jackson Motor Speedway.

After several unsuccessful attempts to get his season underway, Ross was finally able to enter an event as he traveled to Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Mississippi) for a Weekly Racing Series Event, which served as the season opener for the facility. Twenty-one Super Late Models entered the event and Camponovo began the night by qualifying ninth fastest to earn the fourth starting spot for his heat race. He would finish fourth in the heat, which locked him into the ninth starting spot for the main event.

In the 20 lap feature, Ross would mount a good run as he advanced to a sixth place finish behind event winner, Rodney Wing, Chad Thrash, Jason Cliburn, Steve Bryan, and George Paul. Full results are available at www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net.

RC Motorsports will return to Jackson Motor Speedway this Saturday, April 2nd for a $2,500 to win, MSCCS Super Late Model event. Camponovo is considering competing for the 2011 MSCCS Rookie of the Year honors and title. For more information on the event, please visit www.StateSeries.com and www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net .

Ross and RC Motorsports would like to thank all of their sponsors including Camponovo Farms, Young Farms, Marion Towing, Edwards Farm & Flying Service, RPM Racing Engines, Elam Race Cars, GRT Race Cars, Rocket Chassis, MSRMafia.com, and Xtreme Race Graphics.

For more information on RC Motorsports, please visit www.RCMotorsports18.com

Eric Cooley Wins First NeSmith Event of 2010 at Jackson

April 16th, 2010

Fulton, MS – Eric Cooley is coming off a great pair of performances over the weekend with the NeSmith Late Model Series as he
picked up a win and a second place finish.

Eric enjoyed a great weekend behind the wheel of his #33c Victory Circle M1 Chassis By Moyer as he entered a pair of NeSmith Late Model Series events. On Friday night, Cooley was in action at Greenville Speedway in Greenville, Mississippi. A stout field of 36 competitors entered the event, and Eric started the night by qualifying 4th fastest to lock into the main event. He worked his way up to the second position during the course of the feature to record a second place finish behind, Mike Boland.

On Saturday, the team traveled to Jackson Motor Speedway in Byram, Mississippi for another NeSmith Late Model Series event. Eric had an up and down night, but by the time the checkered flag dropped he ended the night standing in victory lane after winning the $2,600 event. Cooley set second fast time in qualifications to earn the second starting position for the feature. He would fall as far back as the fourth position early in the feature. At one point he was even spun, but another driver was credited with the caution, allowing him to retain his spot. He would see his car come to him during the latter stages of the race as he raced his way past Mike Boland to take sole possession of the lead on the 32nd lap. Eric went on to lead the last 18 laps to take his first win of the year. He is also now leading the NeSmith Late Model Series standings!

This weekend Eric will make the trip to Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas for a pair of Crate Late Model events, which are being sponsored by Bad boy Mowers and Isle of Capri Casino. On Friday, April 16th a $1,500 to win feature will be held, while a $2,000 to win feature will be held on Saturday, April 17th. For more information, please visit www.BatesvilleMotorSpeedway.net .

Eric and everyone at Cooley Motorsports would like to thank all of their sponsors, which include 78 Towing & Recovery Inc., Cooley Transport Inc. Twisted Designs (Fayette, AL), GW Performance, MSRMafia.com, Victory Circle By Moyer, and Simpson Race Products.

Cooley Motorsports is currently looking for new sponsors and marketing partners. For more information on joining the team, please visit http://www.ericcooleyracing.com/.

For more information on Cooley Motorsports, visit the official team website at http://www.ericcooleyracing.com/.

Eric Cooley Scores Second Place At Jackson Motor Speedway

September 26th, 2009

Fulton, MS – Eric Cooley was in action in his #33c Cooley Transport/Victory Circle M1 Chassis By Moyer Crate Late Model over the
weekend in the 15th Annual Ival Cooper Memorial at Jackson Motor Speedway and came away with a strong, second place finish against a stout field of competitors.

After a week away from the track, Eric invaded Jackson Motor Speedway in Byram, Mississippi for the Crate Late Model portion of the 15th Annual Ival Cooper Memorial. The event drew twenty entries, and after setting fast time in qualifications, Eric earned the pole position for the twenty lap feature. Early in the event, Cooley would slip back as far as the fourth position before rebounding to a solid, second place finish behind Lucky Keeton.

This weekend, Eric will return to the comfortable confines of Columbus Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi for the 20th Annual Magnolia State 100. Cooley will be competing in the Crate Late Model/Late Model Stock of the program, which boasts a $2,509 to win purse. On Friday night, September 25th qualifying and heat races will be held. The event will conclude on Saturday, September 26th with b-mains, and the feature event. For more information, please visit www.ColumbusSpeedway.net .

Eric and everyone at Cooley Motorsports would like to thank all of their sponsors, which include 78 Towing & Recovery Inc., Cooley Transport Inc., D.J. Transportation (Blue Springs, MS), Twisted Designs (Fayette, AL), MSRMafia.com, and Simpson Race Products.

Cooley Motorsports is currently looking for new sponsors and marketing partners. For more information on joining the team, please visit www.EricCooleyRacing.com .

For more information on Cooley Motorsports, visit the official team website at www.EricCooleyRacing.com .

Ben Shelton
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JMS Season Finale This Saturday Night

October 3rd, 2008
Byram, Mississippi (9/30/08) - Jackson Motor Speedway in Byram, Mississippi
will wrap up the 2008 season this Saturday night, October 4th with a Weekly
Racing Series Event.  

This Saturday's program will be highlighted by a Weekly Racing Series Event
featuring the Extreme Wireless Super Late Models, The Home Improvement
Company Limited Late Models, the Touch of Class Body Shop Stingers, the Body
Shop/HP Graphics Mini Stocks, the Trick Race & Hawkins Machine Shop Street
Stocks, and the Franklin Paving UMP Open Wheel Modifieds.  The program will
serve as the final point's event of the season as well.

Jackson Motor Speedway racers and race fans, please take note that the 2008
Night of Champions Point's Banquet will be held on Tuesday, November 11th at
Berry's Seafood in Florence, Mississippi.  Tickets are $20 per person and
can be purchased at the track this weekend.  In addition, tickets can also
be purchased by calling at Heather at 769-226-4164 or by mailing a check to:

Jackson Motor Speedway
PO Box 720489
Byram, MS 39272 

Another option for purchasing tickets is to visit:

Arnold Printing
5632 Terry Road
Byram, MS
601-372-7235

The 2008 Night of Champions' tickets must be purchased by November 7th.

Grandstand general admission for this Saturday's event is $12 for adults, $6
for children (7-12 years of age), $6 for seniors (65 and older), and
children 6 and under are free when accompanied by a paying adult. Pit
admission for adults is $25, $15 for children (7-12 years of age), seniors
(65 years of age and older) are $15, and children 6 and under are free when
accompanied by a paying adult.

Pit gates open at 4 pm with the grandstand area opening at 5 pm.  Driver's
meeting will be at 6 pm with hotlaps at 6:15 pm and heat races at 7 pm.  

For more information on this event and all of the exciting 2008 events at
Jackson Motor Speedway, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net
<http://www.jacksonmotorspeedway.net/>  .

Upcoming events:
October 4th -Season Finale - Weekly Racing Series Even

1st Annual Jason Robbins Memorial This Saturday at JMS

August 23rd, 2008

This Saturday’s UMP Open Wheel Modified event will be highlighted by a
feature event that boasts $5,004 to win and $300 to start for the 54 lap
feature that will salute the late Jason Robbins. The format will consist of
time trials, qualifying races, and the main event. The total number of
entries will determine how many cars automatically lock into the feature
event via time trials. Hoosier H84 and G60 will be the only tires allowed
for the event. Complete rules can be found at www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net. The entry fee is $100, and the complete purse can be found at
http://JacksonMotorSpeedway.net/jason-robbins-memorial-ump-modified-race/ .

Also in action on the program will be the Extreme Wireless Super Late Models, The Home Improvement Company Limited Late Models, the Trick Race & Hawkins Machine Shop Street Stocks, and the Touch of Class Body Shop Stingers.

Jackson Motor Speedway has also announced the Late Model Spectacular for
Saturday, September 13th. The Super Late Model division will be competing
for $5,000 to win and $2,000 to start Limited Late Models. Full details
including the full purse will be posted at www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net
later this week.

Grandstand general admission for this Saturday’s event is $15 for adults, $8
for children (7-12 years of age), $8 for seniors (65 and older), and
children 6 and under are free when accompanied by a paying adult. Pit
admission for adults is $30, $15 for children (7-12 years of age), seniors
(65 years of age and older) are $15, and children 6 and under are free when
accompanied by a paying adult.

Pit gates open at 4 pm with the grandstand area opening at 5 pm. Driver’s
meeting will be at 6 pm with hotlaps at 6:15 pm and heat races at 7 pm.

For more information on this event and all of the exciting 2008 events at
Jackson Motor Speedway, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net.

Upcoming events:
August 23rd – 1st Annual Jason Robbins Memorial
August 30th – Weekly Racing Series EventSeptember 6th – Weekly Racing Series Event
September 13th – Late Model Spectacular ($5,000 To Win Super Late Models &
$2,000 To Win Limited Late Models)

Clint Smith Claims MSCCS Checkers at JMS

July 11th, 2008

The evening’s Extreme Wireless Super Late Model event was sanctioned by the
Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series and feature a 50 lap main
event. Twenty-Nine Super Late Models signed in to do battle with David
Breazeale setting quick time around the ¼ mile oval. Breazeale would win
the pole sitters dash, and earn the pole position for the feature event.
Clint Smith would start to his outside with Breazeale snagging the lead at
the drop of the green flag. Breazeale would lead for three laps before
rolling to a stop with a broken left front shock bolt. He would head
pitside and rejoin the back of the pack. Smith inherited the lead and never
looked back en route to the win. Behind Smith, things would not be as easy
as several drivers battled for the top five spots. At the finish line Jimmy
Cliburn, David Ashley, Scott Slay, and Billy Moyer Jr. rounded out the top
five.

In the Franklin Paving UMP Open Wheel Modified division Ryan Allday picked
up another feature win with Al Thomas, Ben Stephens, Billy Collett, and Toby
Hodge rounding out the top five.

The Trick Race & Hawkins Machine Shop Street Stock division saw Greg
Lockhart take the top spot as David Nations and Edmond Jenkins claimed the
podium spots.

Cliff Williams picked up another win in the Home Improvement Company Limited
Late Model division. Mike Boland, Rick Rawson, Jarrette Gunn, and Kevin
Whittington rounded out the top five finishers at the checkered flag.

Tim Sullivan won the Paul’s Body Shop/HP Graphics Mini Stock feature over
Ricky Patterson and Jessie Bishop.

The Touch of Class Body Shop Stingers division saw Caleb Langford outrun
Iris Williamson and Daniel Sistrunk to the checkered flag.

Full results for all divisions can be found at www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net .

Jackson Motor Speedway rolls on this Saturday, July 12th with a $1,000 to
win, 20 lap Trick Race & Hawkins Machine Shop Street Stock Madness Race PLUS
a complete Weekly Racing Series Event.

Also in action this Saturday at JMS will be the Extreme Wireless Super Late
Models ($1,500 to win), The Home Improvement Company Limited Late Models,
Paul’s Body Shop/HP Graphics Mini Stocks, the Touch of Class Body Shop
Stingers, and the Franklin Paving UMP Open Wheel Modifieds.

Grandstand general admission for the event is $12 for adults, $6 for
children (7-12 years of age), $6 for seniors (65 and older), and children 6
and under are free when accompanied by a paying adult. Pit admission for
adults is $25, $15 for children (7-12 years of age), seniors (65 years of
age and older) are $15, and children 6 and under are free when accompanied
by a paying adult.

Pit gates open at 4 pm with the grandstand area opening at 5 pm and racing
action at 7 pm.

For more information on this event and all of the exciting 2008 events at
Jackson Motor Speedway, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net

Upcoming events:
July 12th – $1,000 To Win Street Stock Madness PLUS Weekly Racing Series Event
June 19th – JMS Weekly Racing Series Event

Duncan Rolls To Win At Jackson Motor Speedway

June 13th, 2008

With 83 total cars signed in to do battle, JMS prepared for a great night of
racing action. Brooks Strength got the night underway by setting fast time
in the Extreme Wireless Super Late Model division over a field of 16
entries. Darin Dorsey would go on to claim the win in the pole dash with
Duncan, Brad Banes, and Strength chasing him to the checkered flag.

Via his dash win, Dorsey earned the pole for the feature, but his time at
the front of the pack would be short lived as he would be eliminated in a
lap one caution. Over the remainder of the event, Duncan, Strength, and
George Paul would wage a great three car battle for the top spot, before
Paul would be eliminated by a lapped car with a few laps to go. The caution
set up a green, white, and checkered dash to the finish with Duncan holding
on to take the win over Strength, Banes, Hoy Spikes, and Corky McLendon.

Chris Tuggle would put an abrupt end to Kevin Whittington’s, five race win
streak in the Trick Race & Hawkins Machine Shop Street Stock division, and
in the process claimed the feature win and a $300 bounty for his efforts.
Whittington finished a very close second with Wayne Medders, Jeff Butler,
and Donnie Monk rounding out the top five finishers.

Cliff Williams picked up another win in the Home Improvement Company Limited
Late Model division. Michael Blount and Dallas Monzingo rounded out the
podium.

In the Franklin Paving UMP Open Wheel Modified division Ryan Allday of
Byram, Mississippi captured the win and was followed at the finish line by
Ricky Idom, Jason Henry, Billy Collett, and Cliff Ross.

Tony Coffman won the Mini Stock feature over Jessie Bishop and Kenneth
Gates.

The Touch of Class Body Shop Stingers division saw Justin Miller outrun Joe
Perez and Iris Williamson to the checkered flag.

Full results for all divisions can be found at www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net .

Jackson Motor Speedway rolls on this Saturday, June 14th with another Weekly
Racing Series Event. The Home Improvement Company Limited Late Models will
host the Limited Late Model Challenge event this Saturday night with a
special purse in effect. The full purse can found at

http://jacksonmotorspeedway.net/limited-late-model-challenge-june-14th-2008/.

Also in action this Saturday at JMS will be the Extreme Wireless Super Late
Models ($1,500 to win), Trick Race & Hawkins Machine Shop Street Stocks,
Mini Stocks, the Touch of Class Body Shop Stingers, and the Franklin Paving
UMP Open Wheel Modifieds.

Grandstand general admission for the event is $12 for adults, $6 for
children (7-12 years of age), $6 for seniors (65 and older), and children 6
and under are free when accompanied by a paying adult. Pit admission for
adults is $25, $15 for children (7-12 years of age), seniors (65 years of
age and older) are $15, and children 6 and under are free when accompanied
by a paying adult.

Pit gates open at 4 pm with the grandstand area opening at 5 pm and racing
action at 7 pm.

For more information on this event and all of the exciting 2008 events at
Jackson Motor Speedway, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net

Upcoming events:
June 21st – NO RACING
June 28th – JMS Weekly Racing Series Event

Bowden & Slay Rock The House in JMS Action

May 21st, 2008

Twenty-Four winged warriors signed into battle for the $2,000 top prize in
the ASCS Coastal Region event. The 20-year-old Hernando, MS, racer
outgunned polesitter Timmy Thrash at the drop of the green flag and led all
the way to post his second career ASCS Regional victory aboard the
Foxco-powered J&S Motorsports No. 15 Maxim.

Bowden was chased to the checkered flag by West Memphis shoe Marshall
Skinner, who advanced from eighth to take runner-up honors. After starting
tenth, Florida’s Matt Tiffany made some late strides to snare the show
position. Brandon Berryman, who held down the second position until the
23rd lap, settled for fourth, with Lee Sowell rounding out the top five.

Current ASCS Coastal Region points leader Don Young was sixth, with
15th-starter Lane Whittington, Channin Tankersley, Shane Morgan and Michael
Miller completing the top ten.

The Extreme Wireless Super Late Models saw an outstanding field of
twenty-two entries sign in to wage war for the $1,500 win. David Breazeale
set the pace by topping time trials with Jimmy Cliburn, Scott Slay, Jason
Cliburn, Bub McCool, and Jeremy Broadus also locking into the main event.
The first qualifying heat races were topped by Brooks Strength and Dewayne
Estes.

Jimmy Cliburn took the lead at the drop of the green flag in the feature
with Breazeale and Slay in tow. Breazeale would bolt to the lead a few laps
later as Slay moved into the second spot. By the race’s midpoint, the
leaders were battling through lapped traffic, and that’s where things got
interesting. Breazeale would make contact with a lapped car allowing Slay
to slip by on the high side with a few laps remaining. Slay went on to lead
the last few laps as he took the win over Breazeale, Bub McCool, Jimmy
Cliburn, and Jeremy Broadus. The win marked Slay’s third triumph of the
year at JMS.

The Home Improvement Company Limited Late Models division saw Cliff Williams
take his fourth straight win over Greg Harris, Jarrette Gunn, Jr. Williams,
and Gary Cooper. A $200 bounty has been placed on Cliff Williams for the
March 30th-31st race weekend. If he goes unbeaten, the bounty will increase
to $300 for June 7th, and if he remains unbeaten, Williams will claim the
bounty for himself.

The Mini Stock feature was topped by Steve Underwood. Fifth starting, Glen
Odom, Jr., finished in the second position with Tim Sullivan, Ricky
Patterson, and Jason Odom rounding out the top five finishers.

In the Trick Race Cars & Hawkins Machine Shop Street Stock division Kevin
Whittington remained unbeaten as he picked up his 5th win of the year.
Donnie Monk, Jeff Butler, Jimmy Lantrip, and Michael Williams rounded out
the top five. A $200 bounty has also been placed on Kevin Whittington for
the March 30th-31st race weekend. If he goes unbeaten, the bounty will
increase to $300 for June 7th, and if he remains unbeaten, Whittington will
receive the $300.

The Touch of Class Body Shop Stinger feature was won by Justin Miller with
Jason Whittington, Iris Williamson, Jason King, and Lawrence Kirkley
rounding out the top five.

For full results for all classes please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net.

Jackson Motor Speedway will not be in action this Saturday, May 24th. JMS
will return to action May 30th – 31st , when the stars and cars of the Mid
America Racing Series (M.A.R.S.) Super Late Models invade Jackson Motor
Speedway. On Friday night at $2,000 to win event will be held and on
Saturday night a $6,000 to win event will be held. Please visit
www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net for more information!

For more information on this event and all of the exciting 2008 events at
Jackson Motor Speedway, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net.

ASCS Sprint Cars Set To Invade Jackson Motor Speedway

May 16th, 2008

This Saturday’s event will mark the first Sprint Car event of 2008 at JMS
and a talented field of Sprinters is expected for the $2,000 to win/$300 to
start event. Leading the upcoming weekend’s entries is 20 year old, Don
Young, from Bartlett, Tennessee, who currently sits atop the ASCS Coastal
Region’s point standings. Other entries expected for this weekend include
Brandon Berryman (Texas), Marshall Skinner (Arkansas), Channin Tankersley
(Texas), Lane Whittington (Louisiana), Michael Herrington (Lousiana), Shane
Morgan (Mississippi), Michael Dupuy (Louisiana), Derek Hagar (Arkansas),
Klint Angelette (Louisiana), and many more.

Also in action this Saturday, May 17th at JMS will be the Extreme Wireless
Super Late Models ($1,500 to win), The Home Improvement Company Limited Late
Models, Trick Race & Hawkins Machine Shop Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and
Touch of Class Body Shop Stingers. The Franklin Paving UMP Open Wheel
Modifieds will have the night off.

Grandstand general admission for the event is $15 for adults, $8 for
children (7-12 years of age), $8 for seniors (65 and older), and children 6
and under are free when accompanied by a paying adult. Pit admission for
adults is $30, $15 for children (7-12 years of age), seniors (65 years of
age and older) are $15, and children 6 and under are free when accompanied
by a paying adult.

Pit gates open at 4 pm with the grandstand area opening at 5 pm and racing
action at 7 pm.

Also, please make sure to mark your special events calendar for May 30th –
31st , when the stars and cars of the Mid America Racing Series (M.A.R.S.)
Super Late Models invade Jackson Motor Speedway. On Friday night at $2,000
to win event will be held and on Saturday night a $6,000 to win event will
be held. Please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.com for more information!

For more information on this event and all of the exciting 2008 events at
Jackson Motor Speedway, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net.

Upcoming events:
May 24th – NO RACING
May 30th & 31st – MARS (2000 to win Friday; 6000 to win Saturday)

Jackson Motor Speedway Continues 2008 This Saturday Night

May 2nd, 2008

IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Ben Shelton

April 29th, 2008

Jackson Motor Speedway Continues 2008 This Saturday Night

Last weekend, the MSCCS Super Late Models were scheduled to invade JMS, but
for the second time in 2008, Mother Nature had different ideas and nixed the
program.

This Saturday, a Weekly Racing Series event is scheduled and will be
highlighted by the Extreme Wireless Super Late Models battling for $1,500 to
win in their feature event.

Also in action this Saturday, May 3rd at JMS will be The Home Improvement
Company Limited Late Models, Trick Race & Hawkins Machine Shop Street
Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Touch of Class Body Shop Stingers.

Grandstand general admission for the event is $12 for adults, $6 for
children (7-12 years of age), $6 for seniors (65 and older), and children 6
and under are free when accompanied by a paying adult. Pit admission for
adults is $25, $15 for children (7-12 years of age), seniors (65 years of
age and older) are $15, and children 6 and under are free when accompanied
by a paying adult.

Pit gates open at 4 pm with the grandstand area opening at 5 pm. Driver’s
meeting will be at 6 pm with hotlaps at 6:15 pm and heat races at 7 pm.

Also, please make sure to mark your special events calendar for May 17th,
when the winged warriors of the ASCS Sprint Car Series invade JMS.

On May 30th-31st, the Mid America Racing Series (M.A.R.S.) Super Late Models
will invade Jackson Motor Speedway for the first time ever. Each night will
be highlighted by a separate event including a $2,000 to win feature on
Friday night and a $6,000 to win feature on Saturday night. Defending and
four time M.A.R.S. champion, Bill Frye, from Greenbriar, Arkansas headlines
the list of weekend entries that includes Jeremy Payne (Missouri), Dusty
Johnston (Arkansas), Terry Phillips (Missouri), and many more of the
region’s top drivers.

For more information on these races and all of the exciting 2008 events at
Jackson Motor Speedway, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net.

MSCCS Invades Jackson Motor Speedway This Saturday

April 26th, 2008

State Championship Challenge Series Super Late Models thunder into town.
The MSCCS Super Late Models were set to invade three weeks ago, but Mother
Nature had other ideas. As a result, this Saturday will mark the first
major event held at the newly revamped Jackson Motor Speedway. With two
weekly shows of superb racing in the books, JMS is pumped about the invasion
of the travelers. The invading Super Late Model competitors will find a
formidable challenge as the local competitors look to keep the first place
money at home. The clash of the travelers and local drivers will culminate
with a 50 lap, $2,500 to win/$300 to start feature event.

Some of the Super Late Model drivers expected for Saturday’s event include
Chris Wall, Bub McCool, Jeremy Broadus, David Ashley, Jimmy Cliburn, Jason
Cliburn, Scott Slay, David Breazeale, Scott Creel, Chad Thrash, and many
more! For more information on the MSCCS please visit www.StateSeries.com.

Also in action this Saturday, April 26th JMS will be The Home Improvement
Company Limited Late Models, Franklin Paving UMP Modifieds, Trick Race &
Hawkins Machine Shop Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Touch of Class Body
Shop Stingers.

Grandstand general admission for the event is $15 for adults, $8 for
children (7-12 years of age), $8 for seniors (65 and older), and children 6
and under are free when accompanied by a paying adult. Pit admission for
adults is $30, $15 for children (7-12 years of age), seniors (65 years of
age and older) are $15, and children 6 and under are free when accompanied
by a paying adult.

Pit gates open at 4 pm with the grandstand area opening at 5 pm. Driver’s
meeting will be at 6 pm with hotlaps at 6:15 pm and MSCCS Super Late Model
qualifying at 7 pm.

Also, please make sure to mark your special events calendar for May 17th,
when the winged warriors of the ASCS Sprint Car Series invade JMS.

For more information on this event and all of the exciting 2008 events at
Jackson Motor Speedway, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net.

McElhenney Tops Jackson Motor Speedway Action

April 21st, 2008

In the Extreme Wireless Super Late Model division it was Dewayne Estes of
Greenville, Mississippi setting the pace with quick time followed by Brooks
Strength, Jimmy Cliburn, Dennis Duncan, Darin Dorsey, and Jeremy
Quattlebaum. In the feature event, Estes and Strength set on the front row
with Strength taking the lead at the drop of green, and jumping out to a
four car length advantage. As Strength worked the high line, Estes began to
run the bottom, and pulled even with the leader as caution flew on lap six.
On the restart, Strength maintained his advantage as Chris McElhenney, who
started 12th, continued his march through the field. McElhenney used a
power move to overtake Estes, Cliburn, and Strength to take the lead exiting
turn four, and went on to take the win over Strength, Cliburn, Dorsey, and
Duncan.

For the second straight week DJ Purvis won the Franklin Paving UMP Open
Wheel Modified feature. Ryan Allday and Jason Henry chased him to the
checkered flag.

The Trick Race & Hawkins Machine Shop Street Stock main event also saw a
repeat winner as Kevin Whittington took the win with Greg Lockhart and Roy
Chisholm rounding out the top three.

The Home Improvement Company Limited Late Model main event was won by Cliff
Williams with Tony Henry and Dallas Mozingo in second and third
respectively.

The Touch of Class Body Shop Stinger main event was won by Justin Miller
with Jason Whittington and Caleb Langford rounding out the podium.

The Mini Stock feature win was claimed by Tim Sullivan as Ricky Patterson
and Kenneth Gates rounded out the top three finishers.

Overall, it was a great night of racing, and the entire racing program was
completed by 10:45 pm. For full results on all classes, please visit
www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net.

This Saturday, April 26th JMS will return to action with an earth-shaking
event as the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series Super Late
Models thunder into town. A host of traveling, Super Late Model superstars
will be looking to claim the $2,500 top prize, but they will have their
hands full as the local contingent looks to keep the money at home. The 50
lap feature event will pay $2,500 to win. Also in action on the program
will be The Home Improvement Company Limited Late Models, Franklin Paving
UMP Modifieds, Trick Race & Hawkins Machine Shop Street Stocks, Mini Stocks,
and Touch of Class Body Shop Stingers.

Grandstand general admission for the event is $15 for adults, $8 for
children (7-12 years of age), $8 for seniors (65 and older), and children 6
and under are free when accompanied by a paying adult. Pit admission for
adults is $30, $15 for children (7-12 years of age), seniors (65 years of
age and older) are $15, and children 6 and under are free when accompanied
by a paying adult.

Pit gates open at 4 pm with the grandstand area opening at 5 pm. Driver’s
meeting will be at 6 pm with hotlaps at 6:15 pm and MSCCS Super Late Model
qualifying at 7 pm.

Make sure to mark your special events calendar for May 17th, when the winged
warriors of the ASCS Sprint Car Series invade JMS.

For more information on this event and all of the exciting 2008 events at
Jackson Motor Speedway, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net.

Slay Tops Jackson Motor Speedway Opening Night

April 17th, 2008

By race time on Saturday night, 111 race cars were registered for the
evening’s festivities. Scott Slay from Clinton, Mississippi got the night
underway by setting fast time in the Extreme Wireless Super Late Model
division. Slay, along with Chris McElheney, Jimmy Cliburn, David Ashley,
Jeremy Braudus, and Dennis Duncan all locked into the feature event via time
trials, with the balance of the field divided into two qualifying heat
races.

The first qualifier was topped by Open Wheel Modified graduate, Brooks
Strength of Byram, Mississippi, who was driving a Super Late Model for the
first time. Strength was chased to the checkers by Darin Dorsey from
Brandon, Mississippi. In the second qualifier it was Meridian, Mississippi
driver, Chad Thrash, taking the win over Steve Bryan of Collinsville,
Mississippi.

In the feature event, Scott Slay started on the pole, and led every lap of
the feature despite developing a rear end problem with 10 laps to go.
Eighth starting Chad Thrash, caught Slay in the late stages of the event,
but was unable to complete the pass. Dennis Duncan, David Ashley, and Jimmy
Cliburn rounded out the top five finishers.

The Home Improvement Company Limited Late Model main event was topped by
Chad Thrash with Tony Henry and David Worrell rounding out the top three.

DJ Purvis won the Franklin Paving UMP Open Wheel Modified feature over Jimmy
Cliburn and Ryan Allday.

The Trick Race & Hawkins Machine Shop Street Stock main event saw a great
battle with Kevin Whittington taking the checkered flag and was followed by
Michael Williams and Davey Easterling.

The Touch of Class Body Shop Stinger main event was won by Jason Whittington
with Justin Miller and Joe Perez rounding out the podium.

The Mini Stock feature win was claimed by Jason Odom as Tim Sullivan and
Rocky Dillard rounded out the top three spots.

For full results on all classes, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net.

This Saturday, April 19th JMS will return to action with a Weekly Racing
Series Event. The event will be headlined by the Extreme Wireless Super
Late Models battling in a 20 lap, $1,500 to win event. Also in action on
the program will be The Home Improvement Company Limited Late Models,
Franklin Paving UMP Modifieds, Trick Race & Hawkins Machine Shop Street
Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Touch of Class Body Shop Stingers.

Grandstand general admission for the event is $12 for adults, $6 for
children (7-12 years of age), $6 for seniors (65 and older), and children 6
and under are free when accompanied by a paying adult. Pit admission for
adults is $25, $15 for children (7-12 years of age), seniors (65 years of
age and older) are $15, and children 6 and under are free when accompanied
by a paying adult.

Pit gates open at 4 pm with the grandstand area opening at 5 pm. Driver’s
meeting will be at 6 pm with hotlaps at 6:15 pm and heat races at 7 pm.

Make sure to mark your special events calendar as the MSCCS Super Late
Models once again invade Jackson Motor Speedway on Saturday, April 26th for
a $2,500 to win event. Also, on May 17th, the winged warriors of the ASCS
Sprint Car Series invade JMS.

For more information on this event and all of the exciting 2008 events at
Jackson Motor Speedway, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net.

Jackson Motor Speedway Loses Opener To Rain; Regroups For This Saturday

April 9th, 2008

Last Saturday, the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series Super
Late Models were scheduled to be in action at JMS, however, heavy rains
nixed the program.

This Saturday, April 12th JMS will once again attempt to get their season
underway with a Weekly Racing Series Event. The event will be headlined by
the Extreme Wireless Super Late Models battling in a 20 lap, $1,500 to win
event. Also in action on the program will be The Home Improvement Company
Limited Late Models, Franklin Paving UMP Modifieds, Trick Race & Hawkins
Machine Shop Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Touch of Class Body Shop
Stingers.

Grandstand general admission for the event is $12 for adults, $6 for
children (7-12 years of age), $6 for seniors (65 and older), and children 6
and under are free when accompanied by a paying adult. Pit admission for
adults is $25, $15 for children (7-12 years of age), seniors (65 years of
age and older) are $15, and children 6 and under are free when accompanied
by a paying adult.

Pit gates open at 4 pm with the grandstand area opening at 5 pm. Driver’s
meeting will be at 6 pm with hotlaps at 6:15 pm and heat races at 7 pm.

The off-season has been a very busy time at Jackson Motor Speedway with
veteran racer, Don Cliburn, taking over the ownership role of the ¼ mile,
dirt oval. Since assuming the reigns, Cliburn and his staff have made
several major improvements to the central Mississippi oval with several more
in store. Some of the improvements already completed include a complete
remodel of the concessions, bathrooms, and backstretch and pit side
bleachers. Asphalt walkways have been installed from the entrance gates to
the bleachers to more comfortably accommodate the spectators at JMS. The
announcer/scorer’s tower has been completely redone and a brand new
scoreboard has been installed. With all of these improvements already
completed and several more on the way, the future at Jackson Motor Speedway
is looking bigger and brighter than ever.

Make sure to mark your special events calendar as the MSCCS Super Late
Models once again invade Jackson Motor Speedway on Saturday, April 26th for
a $2,500 to win event. Also, on May 17th, the winged warriors of the ASCS
Sprint Car Series invade JMS.

For more information on this event and all of the exciting 2008 events at
Jackson Motor Speedway, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net.

Bub McCool Prepares For MSCCS at JMS This Saturday

April 3rd, 2008

Last weekend, McCool competed with the World of Outlaw Super Late Models in the March Thru Dixie 100 at Pike County Speedway in Magnolia, Mississippi.
On Friday night, McCool struggled in qualifying and his heat race, which
pinned him deep in a b-main on Saturday night. He was able to pass a few
cars in his b-main, but fell short of transferring to the main event.
However, due to points accumulated from race’s run with the WoO series in
2007, Bub was awarded with a provisional for the feature event. His time in
the feature event would be short lived though as he broke an axle ending his
night. He was credited with a 22nd place finish.

This Saturday night McCool Motorsports will regroup and head to the newly
renovated Jackson Motor Speedway in Byram, Mississippi for a $2,500 to win,
40 lap event with the MSCCS Super Late Models. The event will mark the first
event held at JMS under new owner, Don Cliburn, who has made a great deal of
improvements to the Central Mississippi oval over the off season. For
information on the event, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net .

Bub and everyone at McCool Motorsports would like to thank all of their
sponsors, which include McCool Logging, Barker Racing Engines, Trak-Star
Race Cars, Phase 2 Sign Supply, X-Treme Graphics by J-Rod, Good Hope Timber,
Boland Performance, Phase II Graphics, & MSRMafia.com.

For more information on Bub & McCool Motorsports, please visit the official
team website at www.BubMcCool.com.

Jackson Motor Speedway 2008 Season Opener This Saturday Night

April 3rd, 2008

The off-season has been a very busy time at Jackson Motor Speedway with
veteran racer, Don Cliburn, taking over the ownership role of the ¼ mile,
dirt oval. Since assuming the reigns, Cliburn and his staff have made
several major improvements to the central Mississippi oval with several more
in store. Some of the improvements already completed include a complete
remodel of the concessions, bathrooms, and backstretch and pit side
bleachers. Asphalt walkways have been installed from the entrance gates to
the bleachers to more comfortably accommodate the spectators at JMS. The
announcer/scorer’s tower has been completely redone and a brand new
scoreboard has been installed. With all of these improvements already
completed and several more on the way, the future at Jackson Motor Speedway
is looking bigger and brighter than ever.

Action gets underway on Friday night with an Open Practice session. General
admission is free and pit admission is $10 for ages 13 and up.

On Saturday night, the MSCCS Super Late Models will headline the program in
a $2,500 To Win, $300 To Start 50 lap event. Also, on the card will be
Limited Late Models, UMP Open Wheel Modifieds, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks,
and Stingers. The MSCCS Super Late Model entry fee is $100 with a $10
registration for all of the other divisions. The purses for all of the
local divisions can be found at www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net.

Grandstand general admission for the event is $15. Pit admission is $30.

Pit gates open at 4 pm with the grandstand area opening at 5 pm. Hot laps
will be at 6 pm with drivers meeting 6:30 pm and heat races at 7 pm.

This week’s program will serve as a tune up for all of the Jackson Motor
Speedway classes as point’s racing will begin with the Weekly Racing Series
Event on Saturday, April 12th. Track promoter, Don Cliburn, has been lining
up several contingencies for the drivers in 2008. One of the incentives
that has already been confirmed is a brand new, GRT Open Wheel Modified
chassis for the track UMP Modified Champion.

Class sponsors have already been lined up for the 2008 season as well and
they are the Extreme Wireless Super Late Models, Franklin Paving UMP Open
Wheel Modifieds, The Home Improvement Company Street Stocks, and the Touch
of Class Body Shop Stingers.

Also, as a clarification, please note that the only tires allowed in the UMP
Open Wheel Modified class are the Hoosier G-60 or H-84.

For more information on this event and all of the exciting 2008 events at
Jackson Motor Speedway, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net.

Jackson Motor Speedway Hosts Open Practice This Saturday Night

March 28th, 2008

This Saturday’s open practice comes as the staff prepares for the season
opener, which will be held on Saturday, April 5th and will feature the
Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (MSCCS) Super Late Models
battling for $2,500 to win in a 50 lap feature event. Grandstand general
admission for the event is $15. Pit admission is $30.

Race fans please note than in 2008, new start times are in effect. In an
effort to get everyone on the road home at an earlier time, all of the start
times have been moved up one hour. Pit gates open at 4 pm with the
grandstand area opening at 5 pm. Hot laps will be at 6 pm with drivers
meeting 6:30 pm and heat races at 7 pm. A full compliment of weekly racing
divisions will be in action including Super Late Models, Limited Late Models
(Late Model Stock & Crate Late Models), UMP Open Wheel Modifieds, Street
Stocks, Mini Stocks, Stingers.

For more information on this event and all of the exciting 2008 events at
Jackson Motor Speedway, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net.

Jackson Motor Speedway Set For 2008 Season Opener

March 22nd, 2008

The off-season has been a very busy time at Jackson Motor Speedway with
veteran racer, Don Cliburn, taking over the ownership role of the ¼ mile,
dirt oval. Since assuming the reigns, Cliburn and his staff have made
several major improvements to the central Mississippi oval with several more
in store. Some of the improvements already completed include a complete
remodel of the concessions, bathrooms, and backstretch and pit side
bleachers. Asphalt walkways have been installed from the entrance gates to
the bleachers to more comfortably accommodate the spectators at JMS. The
announcer/scorer’s tower has been completely redone and a brand new
scoreboard is currently being installed. With all of these improvements
already completed and several more on the way, the future at Jackson Motor
Speedway is looking bigger and brighter than ever.

The new era at JMS will get underway on Saturday, April 5th as the
Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (MSCCS) Super Late Models
invade the racy oval in a $2,500 to win, 50 lap event. Grandstand general
admission for the event is $15. Pit admission is $30.

Another change for 2008 will be the race times. In an effort to get
everyone on the road home at an earlier time, all of the start times have
been moved up one hour. Pit gates open at 4 pm with the grandstand area
opening at 5 pm. Hot laps will be at 6 pm with drivers meeting 6:30 pm and
heat races at 7 pm. A full compliment of weekly racing divisions will be in
action including Super Late Models, Limited Late Models (Late Model Stock &
Crate Late Models), UMP Open Wheel Modifieds, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks,
Stingers.

Full purses for all divisions as well as an updated schedule will be posted
on the track website within the next week. For more information on this
event and all of the exciting 2008 events at Jackson Motor Speedway, please
visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net.