Aberdeen, MS – While rain reigned supreme across much of the country, several Jay Dickens Racing Engines (JDRE) customers managed to dodge Mother Nature to visit victory lane.
After more than his fair share of bad luck, Crofton Kentucky’s Dillan White enjoyed a strong weekend in his #54 Mastersbilt/Jay Dickens Racing Engine Super Late Model as he claimed a pair of feature wins with the first one coming in a Weekly Racing Series Event at Lawrenceburg Speedway (Lawrenceburg, Indiana) on Saturday night, and then in a $2,500-to-win event at Twin Cities Raceway Park (North Vernon, Indiana) on Monday night.
John Anderson from Omaha, Nebraska put the #2 Shop Quick Racing/Mastersbilt/JDRE-powered Super Late Model in victory lane at the Salina High Banks (Salina, Kansas) on Sunday night in NCRA Super Late Model action.
Derrick Fisher from Olympia, Kentucky was victorious in his #38 Jay Dickens-powered/Mastersbilt in a Weekly Racing Series Event on Saturday night at 191 Speedway (Campton, Kentucky).
Last, but not least Chad Stapleton from Edinburgh, Indiana powered his #32 Rocket/Jay Dickens Race Engine Super Late Model to the feature win at Moler Raceway Park (Williamsburg, Ohio) on Friday night. Following him across the line was Bub McCool in Stapleton’s backup car that was also utilizing a JDRE powerplant.
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