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Hastings Wins Championship; Five J&J Teams Take Victory

It was another successful weekend our for J&J Auto Racing teams across the Midwest, September 12-19. Jade Hastings took the highest honors and was crowned 2020 NOSA Champion on September 18th. Sam Hafertepe Jr. continued to roll by winning one of the biggest races on the ASCS National schedule, the Hockett/McMillin Memorial. 

Brandon Anderson, Creek County Speedway, 305 Sprints

Jade Hastings, River Cities Speedway, NOSA

Josh Schnelderman, Pepsi Lee County Speedway, Sprint Invaders 

Sam Hafertepe Jr. Lucas Oil Speedway, ASCS National Series

Dusty Homan, St. Francois Speedway, 410ci Divison 

*Jade Hasting, 2020 NOSA Champion

For a complete list of J&J Auto Racing winners, please visit http://jandjautoracing.com/About/?Page=Winners


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