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Lucky 7's

Adding seven more wins to the J&J Auto Racing win book over weekend of August 12-13. Lee Jacobs, Christopher Townsend, Donny Schatz, Mick D'Agostino, Eric Riggins, Jr., Wyatt Justice, and Jacob Gomola all took the checkered flag, respectively.


Lee won a thrilling Pete Smith Memorial and took home a $4,000 payday at Ohio Valley Speedway behind the wheel of a J&J Auto Racing chassis. This marks Lee's second win so far this season. 


Christopher and his No.6 team have 105 Speedway (Texas) figured out after collecting his third win of the season with the SUS IMCA Sprint Series. 


Ten-time World of Outlaws Champion, Donny, and his Tony Stewart/Curb Agajanian No.15, won the prestige Knoxville Nationals at Knoxville Raceway in emotional fashion on August 13th. Marking his ninth Nationals win under Tony Stewart Racing, Donny faded as far back to seventh during the first 25-laps, Donny's Crew Cheif, Steve knew he had work to do during the break. Throwing the "Hail Mary" at car, Schatz felt the car getting better with each reamaining 25-laps. Striking with four laps to go, Donny made the pass around formal Nationals Champion, David Gravel and never looked back to hoist that $175,000 check. 


New Egypt Speedway's points leader, Mick D'Agostino continues his winning ways by winning the Northeast Wingless 25-lap feature event and sixth win overall at NES to add to his points lead.


Eric and his No. 47 winged sprint car scored his fifth-career Senoia Raceway win with the USCS Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters over the weekend. In a dominating force, Eric started on the outside of row two, his work was cut out for him, picking aways at this competition for less than 30-laps, Riggins, Jr. was able to get it and take the checkered flag. 


Tallying his second win this season, Jacob won the 305ci winged sprint car portion at Mercer Raceway. 


At the youngful age of 14 years old and first time racing his 305ci, Wyatt took home the honors with the Ohio Thunder IMCA Racersaver Series.


About J&J Auto Racing

For more than 40 years, J&J Auto Racing has been a leader in racecar chassis manufacturing. With intricate attention to detail and a willingness to provide chassis to the consumer’s specifications, J&J has taken its place as a leader in Sprint car racing innovation and safety. Founded and headed by Jack and Bonnie Elam, J&J Auto Racing is based in McKenzie, Tenn. For more information regarding J&J Auto Racing, please visit www.jandjautoracing.com or follow the brand on Twitter @JJ_Auto_Racing and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/JJAutoRacing/. 


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