Nine J&J Winners Headline Sprint Car Action
Nine driver's steered J&J cars into victory lane last weekend taking wins with POWRi 305 Wing, IMCA RaceSaver, Bumper-to-Bumper IRA Outlaw Series, the Northern Outlaw Sprint Association, Skagit Speedway, Attica-Fremont Champion Series, and the Alleghany Sprint Tour. Trevor Serbus, Nick Omdahl, Matt Foos, Amelia Eisenchenk, Greg Dobrosky, Danny Schlafer, Trey Starks, and Caleb Saiz piloted J&J's to recent wins.
TREVOR SERBUS -
Trevor collected his ninth win of the season at Norman County Raceway with the IMCA RaceSavers. Trevor has racked up impressive stats so far during his 2022 race season, 26 top 10s, 23 top 5s in just 29 starts.
NICK OMDAHL -
Took the checkered flag with the Northern Outlaw Sprint Association for his first win this season at the famed River Cities Speedway on Saturday, July 22nd. Starting on the outside of row one, Nick took hold of the lead early into the 25-lap A-Main and held off a charging Mark Dobmeier for the win.
MATT FOOS -
No Stranger to Victory Lane at Attica Raceway Park Matt Foos outshined his fellow competitors during the Attica-Fremont Champion Series 305 division for his second win at the track. Falling to second on the start of the race, heavy lapped traffic became a driving force for the outcome of the race. Miller, who took the race command, slipped off of the racetrack on lap 14 allowing Foos to take over the race lead. Using lapped traffic to his advantage, Foos brought home the victory.
Amelia Eisenchenk -
Making history over the weekend, at only 14-years-old, Amelia become the youngest sprint car feature event winner at I-90 Speedway on Saturday July 22nd. Fresh off a win in her hometown, West Fargo at Red River Speedway, Amelia went back-to-back on the weekend to bring her win total to three in just 15 starts.
GREG DOBROSKY -
Sitting fifth in the Allegheny Sprint Tour only 19 points behind the leader, Greg visits victory lane for the first time this season at the track known for the "Fab 4", Lernerville Speedway with the AST.
DANNY SCHLAFER -
An emotional win for Danny and his team at Outagamie Speedway. Breaking through, Danny picked up his first career Bumper-to-Bumper IRA Outlaw Series. Danny kicked off his night by setting quick time with his 11.796 second lap to set his night off on the right foot. After picking up the Dash 2 win, Vanderboom and Danny would bring the field to green, and Danny would maintain that lead the entire race. Picking his way through lapped traffic, Danny is able to hang on for the win.
TREY STARKS -
Continuing his winning ways, Trey captured the 2022 Bob's Burgers & Brew Summer Nationals at Skagit Speedway. Emerged $10,000 richer, trey lead all 36 laps of the feature event. This was Trey first attempt of the Summer Nationals event in the 32-year history of the race.
CALEB SAIZ -
Winning his second feature of the season at Vado Speedway, Caleb stomped the field an 8.213 second lead over the field. After gaining the early race lead after starting fifth, Caleb never looked back. Winning with over a lap and half over the field, Caleb lapped up to sixth during the 25-lap A-Main.
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