Three J&J Auto Racing Team Victories
Three teams took their J&J Auto Racing entries to victory lane on March 19. Both team cars for Stenhouse,Jr. Marshall Racing took the checkered respectively. Noah Harris checked off his first win of the season at Creek County Speedway.
Sheldon Haudenchild went back-to-back with the World of Outlaw Sprint Car Series. This wins marks the Nos Energy Drink No.17 the first repeat winner of the 2021 season.
Hundred of miles down the road, car owner Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. took his Nos Energy No. 17 to victory lane for the first time this season with USCS.
Noah Harris thrilled the crowd with his last lap pass to earn his first Ameriflex/ OCRS victory. This win is Harris' first with the series.
Sheldon Haudenschild, Cotton Bowl Speedway, WoO
Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., Deep South Speedway, USCS
Noah Harris, Creek County Speedway, OCRS IMCA Sprint Car Series
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