COMPETES IN SILVER DOLLAR NATIONALS
20, 2014) Jeremy Payne Racing invaded I-80 Speedway in
Greenwood, Nebraska on July 18-19 for the 4th edition of the 'Silver
Dollar Nationals,' which was co-sanctioned by the Lucas Oil MLRA
Series and the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. The unique program
kicked off on Friday night with a double set of heat races. Jeremy
Payne ran seventh in his first heat race, while he placed second
in his final prelim of the evening. The Springfield, Missouri
ace then won his B-Main on Saturday to earn the nineteenth starting
spot in the $30,000 to win headliner. Jeremy wound up retiring
early in the 80-lap mega-event and was relegated to a twenty-seventh
place performance. Full results from the 'Silver Dollar Nationals'
can be accessed online at www.mlraracing.com.
LAKESIDE FOR CLASH OF THE TITANS
(July 15, 2014) Jeremy Payne and his #186 team
put on a full-out assault on Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City,
Kansas tonight, as they competed with both the Lucas Oil Late
Model Dirt Series and the USMTS Modified Series in the 2nd Annual
'Clash of the Titans.' Behind the wheel of his Late Model, Jeremy
timed in sixth fastest in Group B during qualifying and later
grabbed the fourth and final transfer spot through his heat race
behind only prelim winner Jared Landers, Rodney Sanders, and Steve
Francis. After starting the $10,000 to win headliner from the
outside of the eighth row, Jeremy slipped back to twenty-first
at the conclusion of the caution-free 50-lap feature.
In Open Wheel Modified competition, JP wound up
sixth in his heat race and scratched from his B-Main. Unfortunately,
the Springfield, Missouri hotshoe was unable to compete in the
$3,000 to win main event. Full results from the action-packed
night at Lakeside can be viewed online at www.lucasdirt.com
LOLMDS FOES OVER WEEKEND
13, 2014) Jeremy Payne Racing followed the Lucas Oil
MLRA Series trail to Tri-City Speedway in Granite City, Illinois
and Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri over the July 11-12
weekend for a pair of $10,000 to win tilts, which were co-sanctioned
by the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. On Friday night at Granite
City, Jeremy Payne took use of a MLRA provisional to gain access
into the 'Battle at the Beach 50' and later wound up twenty-sixth
in the final rundown of the 50-lap headliner. At Wheatland on
Saturday evening, Jeremy ran fifth in his heat race and won his
B-Main, but was later involved in an early caution during the
'CMH Diamond Nationals' and retired in the twenty-sixth position
once again. Full results from the doubleheader weekend can be
viewed online at www.mlraracing.com.
UP PAIR OF WINS OVER HOLIDAY WEEKEND!
6, 2014) Jeremy Payne celebrated in victory lane a couple
of different times over a huge 4th of July holiday weekend! On
Thursday, July 3, Jeremy unloaded his Open Wheel Modified at Humboldt
Speedway in Humboldt, Kansas for a special event. Jeremy won his
heat race in preliminary action and later started the main event
from the pole position. The Springfield, Missouri ace then led
flag-to-flag in the headliner to record the $2,000 payday over
Thomas Tillison, Matt Dotson, Darron Fuqua, and Ryan Phillips!
Next up for the #186 team was a visit to Salina
Highbanks Speedway in Salina, Oklahoma on July 4-5 for the inaugural
'Freedom Classic,' which was sanctioned by the Lucas Oil MLRA
Series. On Friday night, Jeremy scored the win in his heat race
prior to finishing fourth in the $3,000 to win feature event behind
only victor Terry Phillips, Chad Simpson, and Tony Jackson, Jr.
At Salina on Saturday evening, Jeremy once again won his heat
race and later took the lead on the nineteenth circuit of the
40-lapper. JP then led the remainder of the distance en route
to the $5,000 'Freedom Classic' triumph over Tony Jackson, Jr.,
Travis Dickes, Jack Sullivan, and Tommy Weder, Jr.! Full results
from the action-packed holiday weekend can be viewed online at
PODIUM IN USMTS STOP IN MUSKOGEE
30, 2014) After Mother Nature washed out the Lucas Oil
MLRA Series shows over the weekend, Jeremy Payne loaded up his
Open Wheel Modified and headed to Outlaw Motorsports Park in Muskogee,
Oklahoma on Sunday, June 29 for a $2,000 to win USMTS program.
Jeremy won his heat race from the fourth starting spot and later
rolled off from the inside of the second row in the 30-lap feature
event. On the one-groove racetrack in the A-Main, Jeremy wound
up finishing right where he started... in the third position behind
only victor Rodney Sanders and runner-up Johnny Scott. Complete
results from last night at Muskogee can be viewed online at www.usmts.com.
RUNNER-UP AT MAYETTA!
22, 2014) Jeremy Payne and his #186 team invaded the
state of Kansas on June 20-21 for a pair of $3,000 to win Lucas
Oil MLRA Series tilts. On Friday night at Humboldt Speedway in
Humboldt, Kansas, Jeremy ran fourth in his heat race prior to
picking off three competitors during the caution free 40-lapper
en route to a seventh place performance. At Thunder Hill Speedway
in Mayetta, Kansas on Saturday evening, Jeremy finished second
in heat race action and an impressive runner-up in the 40-lapper
behind only victor Terry Phillips. JP is currently fourth in the
latest version of the MLRA point standings following the double-dip.
Complete results from both races can be viewed online at www.mlraracing.com.
IN MODIFIED AT VALLEY SPEEDWAY
18, 2014) Jeremy Payne Racing made an unannounced trip
tonight to Valley Speedway in Grain Valley, Missouri, as the USMTS
Modified Series presided over a $2,000 to win program. Jeremy
Payne moved up two spots in his heat race to finish in the second
position and later drew the pole for the 40-lap feature event.
Unfortunately, Jeremy suffered mechanical woes and retired after
only twelve circuits, which relegated him to a disappointing twenty-first
place effort. Full results from tonight's USMTS battle at Grain
Valley can be viewed online at www.usmts.com.
MLRA TRIPLEHEADER RESULTS...
14, 2014) Jeremy Payne wrapped up the Lucas Oil MLRA
Series tripleheader weekend tonight with a visit to Randolph County
Raceway in Moberly, Missouri, as another $3,000 top prize was
on the line. Jeremy ran second in his heat race and later started
and finished fourth in the A-Main behind only race winner Ryan
Gustin, Terry Phillips, and Chad Simpson!
(June 13, 2014) The #186 team stormed
into Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa tonight for another
$3,000 to win Lucas Oil MLRA Series showdown. Jeremy Payne ran
third in heat race action, which lined him up starting from the
outside of the sixth row in the 40-lap feature event. JP then
raced hard throughout the A-Main before finishing right where
he started... in the twelfth position.
(June 12, 2014) Jeremy Payne Racing
kicked off a huge tripleheader weekend with the Lucas Oil MLRA
Series tonight at Southern Iowa Speedway in Oskaloosa, Iowa. Jeremy
Payne unfortunately ran into problems during preliminary action,
as he finished tenth in his heat race and eighth in his B-Main.
After utilizing a series provisional to gain access into the $3,000
to win main event, Jeremy rallied past thirteen competitors during
the 30-lapper to salvage a tenth place performance.
TOP TEN IN DOUG MURPHREY MEMORIAL
(June 1, 2014) Jeremy Payne went Open Wheel Modified
racing once again over the May 30-31 weekend, as his #186 team
traveled south to Ark-La-Tex Speedway in Vivian, Louisiana for
the annual running of the 'Doug Murphrey Memorial.' Jeremy won
both his heat races on Friday night during preliminary action
and later finished fourth in the A-Qualifier on Saturday. After
rolling off from the inside of the seventh row in the $10,000
to win feature event, Jeremy was able to work his way past four
competitors during the 50-lap affair to nab a ninth place performance.
Complete results from the 'Doug Murphrey Memorial' can be located
online at www.arklatexspeedway.net.
LUCAS OIL SHOW-ME 100 RESULTS
24, 2014) Things wrapped up tonight at Lucas Oil Speedway
in Wheatland, Missouri, as the final night of the 22nd Annual
Lucas Oil 'Show-Me 100' took place in front of a huge crowd and
a host of television cameras. Jeremy Payne fought hard tonight
in his consolation race to grab one of the top two transfer spots,
but unfortunately wound up fifth in his loaded B-Main. JP was
forced to watch the $30,000 to win crown jewel main event from
the grandstands after just missing a coveted transfer position.
(May 23, 2014) The stakes were
raised tonight at Lucas Oil Speedway, as preliminary action was
held for the 22nd edition of the Lucas Oil 'Show-Me 100,' which
boasts a hefty $30,000 payday. A total of 65 drivers took part
in time trials tonight for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
and Lucas Oil Midwest Late Model Racing Association (MLRA) co-sanctioned
event at the Wheatland, Missouri facility. Jeremy Payne timed
in fifteenth quickest in Group B during qualifying tonight prior
to finishing fifth in his stacked heat race. JP will roll off
from the outside of the second row in B-Main #3 tomorrow evening
at the 3/8-mile oval.
(May 22, 2014) The huge three-day
Lucas Oil 'Show-Me 100' weekend kicked off tonight at the state-of-the-art
Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri with the inaugural running
of the 'Cowboy Classic,' which was sanctioned by the Lucas Oil
MLRA Series. Jeremy Payne clicked off the thirteenth fastest lap
in Group A during time trials and later placed fifth in his loaded
heat race. The Springfield, Missouri native then ran third in
his B-Main, which was one mere spot out of the $5,045 to win main
event, which was won by Scott Bloomquist.
FOR PAYNE IN MUSKOGEE FINALE
18, 2014) Jeremy Payne and his #186 team followed the
Lucas Oil MLRA Series trail to Outlaw Motorsports Park in Muskogee,
Oklahoma on May 16-17 for two more weekend battles. On Friday
night in the $2,000 to win show, Jeremy ran fifth in heat race
action prior to picking off seven competitors during the 30-lapper
en route to an eighth place showing. At Muskogee on Saturday evening,
a $3,000 top prize was on the line for the cars and stars of the
MLRA tour. Jeremy laid down the quickest lap in his group during
qualifying, won his heat race, and later finished fifth in the
40-lap feature behind only victor Billy Moyer, Terry Phillips,
Chad Simpson, and Travis Dickes. Full results from the double
take at Muskogee can be viewed online at www.mlraracing.com.
EIGHTHS FOR PAYNE ON MLRA TRAIL
11, 2014) Jeremy Payne Racing was back in Lucas Oil MLRA
Series competition in the Hawkeye State of Iowa on May 9-10, as
a pair of $3,000 to win tilts were held at Davenport Speedway
in Davenport and Jackson County Speedway in Maquoketa. On Friday
night at the 1/4-mile oval in Davenport, Jeremy Payne ran fifth
in his heat race, won his B-Main and later climbed nine spots
in the caution-free 40-lapper en route to a strong eighth place
performance. At Maquoketa on Saturday evening, Jeremy finished
fourth in heat race action prior to picking off seven more competitors
during the 40-lap main event on his way to another eighth place
effort. Complete results from the MLRA doubleheader in Iowa can
be found online at www.mlraracing.com.
(Todd Healy Photo)
SHOT NIGHTLY RESULTS...
4, 2014) The extended weekend with the MARS DIRTcar Series
wrapped up tonight with another $3,000 to win tilt at 81 Speedway
in Park City, Kansas. Jeremy Payne finished third in his loaded
heat race and later wound up ninth in the final rundown of the
(May 3, 2014) Night two of the
MARS DIRTcar Series tripleheader weekend took the #186 team to
Dodge City Raceway Park in Dodge City, Kansas tonight for another
$3,000 to win battle. Jeremy Payne ran third in heat race action
and later wound up third in the 35-lap main event, as he trailed
only victor Ryan Gustin and runner-up Terry Phillips at the finish.
(May 2, 2014) Jeremy Payne Racing
struck out to Monett Speedway in Monett, Missouri tonight for
the start of a huge MARS DIRTcar Series tripleheader weekend.
Jeremy Payne ran fifth in his stacked heat race, which locked
him into the night's $3,000 to win feature event. The Springfield,
Missouri ace then drove his GRT House Car to a strong fifth place
performance in the A-Main as well, as he trailed only winner Will
Vaught, Jack Sullivan, Justin Asplin, and Terry Phillips at the
checkers. (Ron Mitchell Photo)