ANNUAL SHOW-ME 100 NIGHTLY RESULTS...
23, 2015) Officials of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt
Series, Lucas Oil MLRA Series, and Lucas Oil Speedway have been
forced to postpone the 'Show-Me 100' until July 12, 2015 due to
heavy rain showers. Rain started to fall at the speedway during
the second consolation race tonight and with inclement weather
a factor in the area for the rest of the weekend, the $30,000
to win crown jewel extravaganza has been pushed back to be ran
in conjunction with the 9th Annual 'CMH Diamond Nationals' in
(May 22, 2015) Preliminary action
for the 23rd Annual Lucas Oil 'Show-Me 100' took place tonight
at Lucas Oil (MO) Speedway and a whopping 80 car field assembled
in the pit area for the crown jewel extravaganza. Jeremy Payne
knocked down the twenty-first quickest time in Group A during
qualifying prior to finishing seventh in his stacked heat race.
(May 21, 2015) The 23rd edition
of the Lucas Oil 'Show-Me 100' kicked off tonight at the immaculate
Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri, as the Lucas Oil MLRA
Series presided over the 'Cowboy Classic.' Jeremy Payne laid down
the nineteenth fastest lap in Group A during the qualifying session
and later placed seventh in his heat race and fifth in his B-Main.
After receiving a provisional to gain access into the $5,045 to
win main event, Jeremy retired early in the 45-lapper and was
relegated to a twenty-seventh place effort.
You can view complete results from the entire 'Show-Me
100' weekend by clicking on www.lucasoilspeedway.com.
MARS STOP AT SPRINGFIELD!
3, 2015) Jeremy Payne and his #186 team traveled to Tri-City
Speedway in Granite City, Illinois and the nearby Springfield
Raceway in Springfield, Missouri over the May 1-2 weekend for
a pair of Super Late Model specials. On Friday night in a Lucas
Oil Late Model Dirt Series program at Granite City, Jeremy finished
seventh in his heat race, third in his B-Main, and twenty-fourth
in the $10,000 to win feature event. At Springfield on Saturday
evening, the MARS DIRTcar Series presided over a $2,000 to win
showdown. Jeremy won his heat race, led early in the 30-lapper,
and eventually netted a strong third place performance behind
only victor Jesse Stovall and runner-up Tony Jackson, Jr. Complete
results from both venues can be accessed by visiting www.dirtondirt.com.
WHEATLAND FOR SPRING NATIONALS
12, 2015) Jeremy Payne Racing followed the Lucas Oil
MLRA Series trail to the pristine Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland,
Missouri on April 10-11 for the 2nd Annual 'MLRA Spring Nationals.'
On Friday night in a $2,000 to win program, Jeremy Payne won his
heat race, but was later involved in an incident during the 30-lapper,
which dropped him to a disappointing twenty-second place performance.
At Wheatland on Saturday evening, Jeremy once again won his heat
race in preliminary action prior to winding up sixth in the $3,000
to win A-Main behind only winner Jared Landers, Will Vaught, Jason
Utter, Jack Sullivan, and Jesse Stovall. JP currently finds himself
second in the latest version of the MLRA point standings. Full
results can be viewed online at www.mlraracing.com.
PODIUM IN SPRING MELTDOWN FINALE
5, 2015) Jeremy Payne and his #186 team kicked off the
Lucas Oil MLRA portion of their schedule on April 3-4 in the annual
'Spring Meltdown' at I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Nebraska. On
Friday night, Jeremy won his heat race in preliminary action prior
to finishing eighth in the final rundown of the $2,000 to win
feature event. In the $5,000 to win finale on Saturday evening,
Jeremy once again scored the victory in his heat race before slipping
back to third at the finish of the 40-lapper behind only winner
Jim Shereck and runner-up Tad Pospisil. Complete results from
I-80 Speedway can be accessed online at www.mlraracing.com.
FIFTH IN KING OF AMERICA!
29, 2015) Jeremy Payne Racing invaded Humboldt Speedway
in Humboldt, Kansas from March 26-28 for the fifth edition of
the 'King of America Modified Nationals.' The United States Modified
Touring Series (USMTS) once again presided over the dirt-slinging
action at Humboldt and a $10,000 payday was on the line in the
mega-event. On Thursday night, Jeremy Payne ran seventh in his
first heat race of the evening, while he scored the win in his
second prelim. In Friday's program, Jeremy won his first heat
race and later finished tenth in his second heat race.
When Saturday rolled around, Jeremy grabbed the
fourth transfer spot through the B-Main to transfer into the 100-lap
headliner. After rolling off from the outside of the eighth row
in the 'King of America Modified Nationals,' the Springfield,
Missouri transplant blasted past eleven competitors en route to
a sterling fifth place performance. JP trailed only winner Jason
Hughes, Rodney Sanders, Dereck Ramirez, and Brandon Davis at the
checkers. Complete results from Humboldt can be accessed by visiting
TO PODIUM FINISH AT SPRINGFIELD
22, 2015) Jeremy Payne and his #186 team bolted into
Springfield Raceway in Springfield, Missouri on Saturday evening,
March 21 for the MARS DIRTcar Series opener. Jeremy ran third
in heat race action and later started the $2,000 to win main event
from the inside of the seventh row. The Springfield, Missouri
transplant then picked off ten competitors during the 30-lapper
on his way to a strong third place performance behind only winner
Tony Jackson, Jr. and runner-up Jesse Stovall. Full results can
be viewed online at www.marsracingseries.com.
TOP FIVES IN SEASON OPENING WEEKEND!
15, 2015) Jeremy Payne Racing kicked off his 2015 racing
season over the March 12-14 weekend in the 'Battle at the Bullring'
at Humboldt Speedway in Humboldt, Kansas! The USRA Modifieds raced
all three nights at Humboldt over the extended weekend and a $1,000
top prize was on the line on each occasion. In the opener on Thursday
night, Jeremy Payne ran second in his heat race prior to finishing
fourth in the 20-lap headliner behind only winner Jim Body, Tad
Davis, and John Allen.
In Friday's show, Jeremy once again finished second
in his heat race before bagging another runner-up performance
in the 20-lapper behind only victor Joe Adams. During Saturday
evening's USRA finale, JP ran second in heat race action once
again and later retired from the 20-lap main event - wrapping
up his long weekend with a twentieth place effort. Complete results
from Humboldt Speedway can be accessed online at www.humboldtspeedway.com.