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(March 9, 2019)
Jeremy Payne was behind the wheel of Anthony Madrid's #77 machine for his 2019 lid lifter last night, March 8 in the 'Spring Showcase' opener at Canyon Speedway Park in Peoria, Arizona. Jeremy picked off three cars in his heat race to finish second and later rolled off from the inside of the fourth row for the start of the $1,000 to win Open Wheel Modified headliner. During the course of the 25-lap affair, JP steered past five competitors en route to a stellar runner-up performance behind only race winner Ryan Roath. Complete results from last night at Canyon can be accessed online at

(March 7, 2019)
For the first time in almost a year, Jeremy Payne is slated to jump behind the wheel of an IMCA Modified on Friday night, March 8 at Canyon Speedway Park in Peoria, Arizona! The annual 'Spring Showcase' will kick off tomorrow night and the IMCA Modifieds will do battle for a $1,000 payday. Jeremy will pilot an entry for Anthony Madrid and does not plan on racing in Saturday's doubleheader finale. More information on the program, which takes place during NASCAR's visit to the Phoenix area, can be viewed online by clicking on

(March 11, 2018)
Jeremy Payne and Johnny Saathoff's team hooked back up once again for the annual 'Spring Nationals' for the IMCA Modifieds on March 9-10 at Beatrice Speedway in Beatrice, Nebraska. Both big shows boasted a $2,500 paycheck and drew a quality field of competitors. On Friday night, Jeremy ran fourth in his heat race, won his B-Main, and later picked off ten cars in the feature to land in the ninth finishing position. In Saturday's weekend finale, Jeremy won his heat race from the fourth spot prior to recording an impressive fourth place performance in the A-Main, as he crossed underneath the checkers behind only winner Jordan Grabouski, Hunter Marriott, and Cayden Carter! Full results from the 25th Annual 'Spring Nationals' can be viewed online at

(January 29, 2018)
In a last minute deal, Jeremy Payne drove a Salo/King Racing entry on January 27-28 at Canyon Speedway Park in Peoria, Arizona. In the first of two $1,000 to win IMCA Modified battles on Saturday afternoon, Jeremy advanced up to third in his heat race before placing fifth in the 25-lap main event, which was contested on a one-groove racing surface. A similar story was told on Sunday afternoon, as Jeremy moved past two competitors during the 25-lap contest en route to a solid fourth place feature performance. Full results from the season-opening weekend for JP at Canyon Speedway Park can be accessed online at

(November 12, 2017)
Jeremy Payne wrapped up his version of the shortened 2017 racing season from November 9-11 at the pristine Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas, Nevada with the annual running of the 'Duel in the Desert.' Wheeling an IMCA Modified out of Johnny Saathoff's stable, Jeremy finished eighteenth in Thursday night's 25-lap qualifying feature and third in Friday's main event. When Saturday rolled around at LVMS, JP had his sights set on another 'Duel in the Desert' title and the $7,777.77 payday. Unfortunately, a few wrong adjustments sent his machine backwards during the 40-lap headliner and relegated Payne to a twenty-fourth place effort. Full results from Las Vegas can be accessed online at

(November 5, 2017)
Arizona native Jeremy Payne picked up his first win of his shortened 2017 racing season on Saturday evening, November 4 at Canyon Speedway Park in Peoria, Arizona! Behind the wheel of a #21r Modified entry for Ryan Eaden, Jeremy ran second in his heat race and later led laps 10-30 of the 'IMCA Desert Dash' finale to score the $1,500 triumph. Earlier in the doubleheader weekend, JP won his heat race on Friday night and was leading the $1,500 to win main event before running out of fuel and winding up third at the checkered flag. Full results from Canyon can be accessed online at (Ken Stuecklen Photography)

(October 23, 2017)
Jeremy Payne wheeled a #82 entry for Barnett's Harley Davidson from October 20-22 in the 18th edition of the 'USRA Fall Nationals' at Southern New Mexico Speedway in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Jeremy was unable to transfer into his qualifying feature on Friday night, while he won his consolation event and placed eighth in Saturday evening's show. When Sunday rolled around at SNMS, JP grabbed the twelfth transfer spot through the B-Main and later started from the outside of the eleventh row in the $20,000 to win headliner. He was then making his way forward during the 50-lapper until his nose flew up - forcing him to retire from the race in the twenty-third position. Full results from the 'Fall Nationals' weekend can be obtained online at

(September 10, 2017)
Jeremy Payne was back behind the wheel of Johnny Saathoff's machine over the weekend at Boone Speedway in Boone, Iowa during the annual running of the 'Super Nationals.' Jeremy transferred into the $3,900 to win headliner on Saturday, September 9 and rolled off from the outside of the fifteenth row. During the course of the 40-lapper, Jeremy drove past nineteen competitors en route to posting a respectable eleventh place performance. Full results from the ultra-busy 'Super Nationals' week in the Hawkeye State can be accessed online at

(September 3, 2017)
After a couple of months away from the racetrack, Jeremy Payne wheeled a racecar again on September 1-2 at Tri-State Speedway in Pocola, Oklahoma in the 'USRA Modified Fall Classic.' After unfortunately failing to finish Friday night's $1,000 to win feature event, Jeremy had much better luck in Saturday's weekend finale, which boasted a $2,000 payday. After running second in his heat race, JP climbed past seven competitors during the A-Main to bag an impressive runner-up effort behind only victor Johnny Bone, Jr.! Complete results from the 'USRA Modified Fall Classic' can be viewed online at

(May 14, 2017)
Arizona native Jeremy Payne was once again behind the wheel of one of Johnny Saathoff's #96jp IMCA Modifieds on May 12-13 in the inaugural 'Modified Super Weekend' at Farley Speedway in Farley, Iowa. Jeremy placed third in his first heat race on Friday night and later finished second in his final prelim of the evening. After racking up the thirteenth most passing points, Jeremy won his B-Main on Saturday to transfer into the huge $50,000 to win headliner. During the course of the 50-lap affair, JP was able to maneuver past seven competitors en route to a strong sixth place performance in the IMCA biggie behind only victor Kyle Strickler, Hunter Marriott, Johnny Scott, Chris Simpson, and Jordan Grabouski! Full results from the 'Modified Super Weekend' can be accessed online at

(April 16, 2017)
Jeremy Payne took car owner Johnny Saathoff up on his offer to pilot a #96jp IMCA Modified on April 14-15 at Eagle Raceway in Eagle, Nebraska. Following a rain-out of the 'IceBreaker' opener on Friday night, Saturday's $3,000 to win program went off without a hitch. Jeremy won his heat race in preliminary action and later started the A-Main from the inside of the fifth row. JP was then able to work his way past a couple of competitors during the headliner en route to a solid seventh place showing. Complete results from last night at Eagle Raceway can be viewed online at

(December 7, 2016)
Jeremy Payne Racing announced today that they plan to suspend their racing operation, as Jeremy Payne turns attention to his family. While Dirt Late Model and Open Wheel Modified driver Jeremy Payne does not know if the decision will be permanent, he states that the timing was right to capitalize on the sale of equipment. Payne's decision comes on the heels of his record-setting fifth career 'Duel in the Desert' victory, which came November 12th when he drove Johnny Saathoff's #96jp Modified to a $7,777.77 payday at the pristine Dirt Track at Las Vegas (NV) Motor Speedway!

"It was a tough decision to make for sure, but something I need to do at this time," commented Payne today via telephone. "My heart is still in racing and it always will be, but I want to be at home more with my family now that I have a young son (Greyson) and explore some other opportunities. I intend to keep my options open and I'd like to think I'll be back behind the wheel one day. I've been able to live out my dream for more than half my life. That's not something many people get to do, but my priorities have shifted as I've gotten older."

Payne, who began racing at 8 years old, knows it is only with the support of sponsors that his career has been possible. "I have to thank so many people for their support of my racing. First and foremost, BB (Bryan Burch,) who is just as much part of this team as I am. Additionally, Chad Wheeler and Wheeler Metals, Joe Garrison at GRT Race Cars, Randy Davidson Trucking, Allgayer, Inc., Keyser Manufacturing, Lucas Oil Products, as well as Jeff Taylor and Johnny "Jet" Saathoff and the countless others who have all been instrumental in my racing career. I also have to thank my entire family and crew for their help and sacrifice, as well as all of my loyal fans."



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