McKENZIE, TN (Sept. 11) – Four J&J Auto Racing drivers raced their way to victory last weekend in winged sprint car action across the country. Joe Ramaker continued his winning streak with the ASCS Frontier region in Montana, while Chris Graf capped his UMSS championship season by winning the Jerry Richert, Sr., Memorial in Wisconsin. Shane Morgan took a CAJUN Sprinters Association triumph in Alabama, Jesse Baker was victorious in New Mexico and Tony Grams won for the second straight week in North Carolina.
ASCS Frontier Region
Joe Ramaker won his third consecutive ASCS Frontier region feature event Saturday night. He raced his No. 98 J&J to victory in the Gibson Guitar Super Nationals in the series’ final appearance at Gallatin Speedway in Belgrade, Mont. Ramaker started fifth and took the lead on lap 16 of the 25-lap race and went on to score his 8th win in 15 2013 starts.
CAJUN Sprinters Association
Shane Morgan won his sixth CAJUN Sprinters Association feature event Saturday night driving his No. 01 J&J to victory at Deep South Speedway in Loxley, Ala.
Upper Midwest Sprint Series
Chris Graf closed out his Upper Midwest Sprint Series (UMSS) championship season in style by racing to victory in the 13th annual Jerry Richert Memorial race at Cedar Lake Speedway in Somerset, Wisc. Graf drove the No. 20 J&J to a convincing victory in the 20-lap race, earning his first victory of the season and 11th career UMSS feature win.
New Mexico Motor Racing Association
Jesse Baker drove the No. 7 J&J to victory this past Saturday night in the New Mexico Motor Racing Association event at NAPA Speedway in Albuquerque, N.M. The driver from Grants, NM leads the NMMRA points with two races remaining in 2013.
Carolina RaceSaver Sprint Car Series
Tony Grams won for the second consecutive weekend in the Carolina RaceSaver Sprint Car Series. He drove his No. 22 J&J to victory at East Lincoln Speedway in Stanley, N.C.