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JP COMPETES AT LAKESIDE; SEES RAIN AT SALINA
(August 23, 2015)
Jeremy Payne Racing made their way to Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas on Friday night, August 21 for a $3,000 to win USMTS battle. Jeremy Payne wound up ninth in his heat race, but later stormed up to fifth to his consolation race to grab the final transfer spot into the 40-lap main event. JP then retired after only 16 circuits in the headliner and settled for a twenty-fourth place performance. Saturday's USMTS program at Salina (OK) Highbanks Speedway was then washed out by Mother Nature. Full results from Lakeside can be accessed online at www.usmts.com.

PAYNE TACKLES BATESVILLE'S TOPLESS 100
(August 16, 2015)
Jeremy Payne and his #186 team strolled into Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas on August 14-15 for the 23rd Annual 'COMP Cams Topless 100.' The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series once again presided over the roofless crown jewel spectacular and a whopping $40,000 top prize was on the line. On Friday night during preliminary action, Jeremy clicked off the fourth fastest lap in Group B during time trials and later placed fourth in his stacked heat race. Unfortunately, JP suffered a hole in his radiator during Saturday's B-Main, which caused him to retire in the fifteenth position and helped keep him out of the 100-lap 'Topless 100.' Complete results from BMS can be obtained by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com.

JP BATTLES USMTS AT HUMBOLDT & WHEATLAND
(August 9, 2015)
Following his win on Thursday, Jeremy Payne and the #186 team entered two more $3,000 to win USMTS showdowns over the August 7-8 weekend in the states of Kansas and Missouri. At Humboldt Speedway in Humboldt, Kansas on Friday night, Jeremy advanced up to fourth in his heat race and later scored the victory in his B-Main. After starting from the outside of the seventh row in the 40-lapper, JP was able to move up a couple of spots on his way to a twelfth place showing.

On Saturday evening at the pristine Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri, another $3,000 winner's check was on the line for the USMTS competitors. Jeremy ran second in his heat race and once again scored the victory in his consolation race. The Springfield ace then drove past seven competitors during the 40-lap headliner en route to a solid eighth place performance. Complete results from the weekend can be accessed online at www.usmts.com.

JEREMY PAYNE POCKETS $3,000 AT PARK CITY!!!
(August 6, 2015)
Jeremy Payne captured his first checkered flag of the 2015 campaign tonight in USMTS action at 81 Speedway in Park City, Kansas! Jeremy won his heat race from the fourth starting spot and later rolled off from the outside of the second row in the 40-lapper. After grabbing the point on lap 28, JP drove off from the field to pocket the $3,000 top prize over Stormy Scott, Jason Hughes, Rodney Sanders, and Brent Larson! Complete results from tonight at 81 Speedway can be accessed online at www.usmts.com. (Randy Layne Photo)

PAYNE HEADS TO IOWA WITH MLRA SERIES...
(August 5, 2015)
The #186 team invaded Farley Speedway in Farley, Iowa and West Liberty Raceway in West Liberty, Iowa on August 3-4 for a pair of Lucas Oil MLRA Series battles, each of which paid $10,000 to the winner. In the 'Monday Mayhem' showdown at Farley, Jeremy Payne finished sixth in both his heat race and the B-Main prior to winding up twenty-third in the final rundown of the 50-lap main event. At West Liberty in the 'Tornado Tuesday' program, Jeremy suffered problems in his heat race that led to a ninth place finish and forced him to scratch from the remainder of the night. Complete results from both midweek specials in the Hawkeye State can be viewed online at www.mlraracing.com.

HECTIC SILVER DOLLAR NATIONALS FOR PAYNE
(July 19, 2015)
Jeremy Payne Racing roared into I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Nebraska on July 17-18 to compete in the fifth edition of the 'Silver Dollar Nationals.' The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and Lucas Oil MLRA Series co-sanctioned the mega-event, which drew sixty Late Model competitors to the 4/10-mile speedplant to vie for the hefty $32,000 payday. Jeremy Payne ran sixth in his first heat race on Friday night and wound up a strong second in his final prelim of the evening. Following a second place effort in his B-Main on Saturday, Jeremy placed twenty-sixth in the final rundown of the 80-lap 'Silver Dollar Nationals.'

The Springfield, Missouri star also entered his Modified in a pair of USMTS shows at I-80 Speedway over the weekend. On Friday, Jeremy finished second in his heat race prior to climbing to third in the $3,000 to win main event to finish behind only victor Rodney Sanders and runner-up Jason Hughes. Behind the wheel of his Modified on Saturday, Jeremy ran third in his heat race and led the first eleven circuits of the $3,000 to win A-Main, but unfortunately retired after only twenty laps and was relegated to a disappointing twentieth place performance. Full results from the hectic weekend can be accessed online at www.i-80speedway.com.

JEREMY PAYNE TACKLES WHEATLAND BIGGIES
(July 13, 2015)
The #186 team invaded the pristine Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri on July 11-12 to compete in the track's two marquee events, which were both co-sanctioned by the Lucas Oil MLRA Series and Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. On Saturday evening in the annual running of the 'CMH Diamond Nationals,' Jeremy Payne qualified tenth fastest in Group B during time trials prior to grabbing the second transfer spot through his heat race. After rolling off from the outside of the fourth row in the $10,000 to win feature event, Jeremy wound up finishing fifteenth in the final rundown of the 50-lapper.

At Wheatland on Sunday night, the completion of the 'Show-Me 100' took place and a $30,000 top prize was on the line in the crown jewel event, which was postponed by rain back in May. Jeremy ran fifth in his B-Main and second in the Non-Qualifiers Race. Unfortunately, the Springfield, Missouri native was not able to find his way into the 100-lap headliner, which was won by Jonathan Davenport. Full results from the Wheatland double-dip can be viewed online at www.mlraracing.com.

PAYNE SIXTH IN FREEDOM CLASSIC FINALE
(July 5, 2015)
Jeremy Payne Racing rolled into Salina Highbanks Speedway in Salina, Oklahoma on July 3-4 for the 2nd Annual 'Freedom Classic,' which was co-sanctioned by both the Lucas Oil MLRA Series and the MARS DIRTcar Series. On Friday evening in the $3,000 to win opener, Jeremy Payne ran fourth in his heat race and nineteenth in the 30-lap main event. At Salina on Saturday night, Jeremy finished third in heat race action prior to nabbing a solid sixth place effort in the $5,000 to win 'Freedom Classic' finale. The Springfield, Missouri ace trailed only winner Jesse Stovall, Chad Simpson, Tony Jackson, Jr., Tommy Weder, Jr., and Jake O'Neil in the 40-lapper. Full results from both shows can be viewed online at www.mlraracing.com.

HUGE TRIPLEHEADER WEEKEND FOR PAYNE...
(June 27, 2015)
Jeremy Payne and his #186 team were forced to skip the 'Ray Houck Liberty 50' tonight at Adams County Speedway in Corning, Iowa. With heavy damage inflicted on his only GRT machine last night at I-80, Jeremy had no choice but to forego tonight's $5,000 to win special, which was tri-sanctioned by the Lucas Oil MLRA Series, Corn Belt Clash, and MARS DIRTcar Series tours.

(June 26, 2015) Next up for Jeremy Payne Racing was a visit to I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Nebraska tonight for the annual running of the 'Alphabet Soup Classic,' which was tri-sanctioned by the Lucas Oil MLRA Series, Corn Belt Clash, and MARS DIRTcar Series tours. Jeremy Payne ran third in heat race action, which lined him up starting the $3,000 to win feature event from the inside of the sixth row. JP then had a strong run going in the 35-lapper until he was caught up in a wreck caused by a spinning R.C. Whitwell, which dropped him to a twenty-first place performance.

(June 25, 2015) The #186 team kicked off a huge triple shot of weekend racing action tonight with a trip to Park Jefferson International Speedway in Jefferson, South Dakota. The 'Mark Lloyd Memorial,' which was co-sanctioned by the Corn Belt Clash Late Model Series and the MARS DIRTcar Series, drew 28 entrants to vie for the $3,000 winner's check. Jeremy Payne moved up to fourth in his stacked heat race, which locked him into the inside of the fifth row for the start of the main event. During the course of the weekend lid lifter, Jeremy slipped back to an eighteenth place effort due to overheating woes.

JP TAKEN OUT WHILE LEADING AT SPRINGFIELD...
(June 21, 2015)
Jeremy Payne Racing invaded the nearby Springfield Raceway in Springfield, Missouri on Saturday evening, June 20 for a MARS DIRTcar Series throwdown. Jeremy Payne won his heat race in preliminary action and later started the $2,000 to win main event from the pole position. After leading the first 25 circuits of the 35-lapper, Jeremy was unfortunately taken out by Shane Essary while trying to navigate lapped traffic. The incident cost JP a probable win and relegated him to a disappointing sixteenth place outing. Full results from last night's show at Springfield can be viewed online at www.marsracingseries.com.

JEREMY PAYNE SIXTH IN MLRA VISIT TO IOWA
(June 14, 2015)
Following a rain-out on Thursday night at Southern Iowa Speedway, Jeremy Payne and the rest of the cars and stars of the Lucas Oil MLRA Series descended upon Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa on Friday evening for a $3,000 to win throwdown. Jeremy advanced up to fifth in his heat race and later started the 40-lap feature event from the outside of the sixth row. JP then moved past six competitors during the headliner to bag a solid sixth place performance behind only victor Jesse Stovall, Jason Utter, Jason Papich, Denny Eckrich, and Ryan Gustin.

On Saturday, June 13, the #186 team wound up at the newly reopened Legit Speedway Park in West Plains, Missouri for a weekly Late Model show. Jeremy ran third in heat race action prior to rolling off from the outside of the third row in the $1,000 to win main event. The Springfield, Missouri native bolted to the front of the field and claimed an apparent victory, only to be disqualified for using an "illegal" tire. The tire in question was a Lucas Oil equivalent tire, which is the same exact tire as the UMP tire that the track deems as legal. Complete results from Friday's program in the Hawkeye State can be accessed online at www.mlraracing.com.

 

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