Jameson Impresses at Clarksville; Runner-Up in Finale!
4, 2018) Jason Jameson and the Justin Rattliff Racing (JRR)
team made their way to Clarksville Speedway in Clarksville, Tennessee
on March 2-3 for the annual running of the 'Tuckassee Toilet Bowl
Classic,' which was sanctioned by the MARS Racing Series. In Friday
night's $3,000 to win opener in the Volunteer State, Jason ran second
in his heat race, spun early in the 30-lap main event, and later
stormed all the way back to fourth to finish behind only victor
David Seibers, Tim Manville, and Caleb Ashby. In the $5,000 to win
weekend finale on Saturday evening, Jason scored the victory in
his heat race prior to bagging an impressive runner-up performance
in the 40-lapper behind only race winner Dennis Erb, Jr.! Complete
results from both weekend tilts can be accessed online at www.marsracingseries.com.
Nightly Results from Volusia Speedway Park...
15, 2018) Round four of the 47th Annual 'DIRTcar Nationals'
took place earlier this evening at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville,
Florida and a $10,000 windfall was up for grabs for the cars and
stars racing with the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series.
Jason Jameson posted the fourth quickest time in Group A during
qualifying prior to recording an impressive heat race triumph. Jason
then started the 50-lapper from the outside of the front row and
was battling hard for the second spot on the 22nd circuit when he
and Chris Madden crashed on the front stretch. The Lawrenceburg,
Indiana ace was not happy about the incident and showed his displeasure,
but his night was over and he settled for a disappointing twenty-seventh
place effort. The JRR team then opted to leave the Daytona Beach-area
following the race and their "Speedweeks" journey is now
(February 14, 2018) Valentine's Day found the
#12 team in the Volusia Speedway Park pit area, as the World of
Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series held their 2018 season opening
event at the Daytona Beach-area speedplant. There were 51 competitors
on hand in Barberville, Florida to vie for the $10,000 top prize.
Jason Jameson laid down the nineteenth fastest lap in Group A during
qualifying before finishing seventh in heat race action. Jason then
wound up eleventh in his B-Main, which unfortunately kept him out
of the feature event that was won by Tim McCreadie.
(February 13, 2018) Tonight's $7,000 to win UMP
Super Late Model event at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville,
Florida was washed out by an afternoon rain shower. Action will
continue during the 'DIRTcar Nationals' at VSP tomorrow, as the
World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series season finally gets
underway with a $10,000 to win shootout!
(February 12, 2018) Following Ocala, the Justin
Rattliff Racing (JRR) team made the short trek east to Volusia Speedway
Park in Barberville, Florida for the first round of the 47th Annual
'DIRTcar Nationals.' Jason Jameson was one of the 40 UMP Super Late
Model competitors that signed into the pit area at the Daytona Beach-area
speedplant to do battle for the $7,000 payday. Jason stopped the
clock seventh quickest in his group during the qualifying session
before finishing eighth in his heat race and tenth in his B-Main.
Unfortunately, Jason was unable to crack the starting grid for the
30-lap contest, which was ultimately won by Jonathan Davenport.
Winternationals Results from Bubba Raceway Park...
11, 2018) The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series took the
#12 team a couple of hours north overnight to Bubba Raceway Park
in Ocala, Florida for a single-day shootout. The 'Bubba Army Winternationals'
drew 37 entrants to the egg-shaped racetrack to vie for a $10,000
top prize. Jason Jameson started off his evening by posting the
ninth quickest lap in Group B during the qualifying session. After
finishes of eighth in his heat race and sixth in his B-Main, Jason
unfortunately failed to transfer into the 50-lap feature event,
which was eventually won by Jonathan Davenport.
Nightly Results from East Bay Raceway Park...
10, 2018) The action-packed 'Winternationals' wrapped up
tonight in the Tampa area at East Bay Raceway Park with a $12,000
to win grand finale. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series once again
presided over the dirt-slinging competition, which drew 52 Super
Late Model entrants to the Gibsonton, Florida oval. Jason Jameson
laid down the twelfth fastest lap in Group B during time trials
before grabbing the third and final transfer spot through his stacked
heat race. After rolling off from the outside of the ninth row in
the 60-lapper, Jason unfortunately drew a lap 28 caution flag and
bowed out of the race with a twenty-sixth place performance.
(February 9, 2018) The penultimate event of the
42nd Annual 'Winternationals' greeted a large crowd tonight at East
Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida. A star-studded 54 car field
converged at the "Clay by the Bay" for the Lucas Oil Late
Model Dirt Series points-paying show, which also carried a $10,000
paycheck. Jason Jameson qualified tenth quickest in his group during
time trials prior to finishing fifth in his heat race and second
in his B-Main. The Lawrenceburg, Indiana ace then started the 50-lap
main event from the eleventh row before finishing the race in the
twenty-third spot for the second straight evening.
(February 8, 2018) Night four of the wildly-entertaining
'Winternationals' was on tap tonight at East Bay Raceway Park in
Gibsonton, Florida and the #12 JRR team had their sights solely
set on capturing the $7,000 winner's check. Jason Jameson posted
the fifth quickest lap in Group B during the Lucas Oil Late Model
Dirt Series qualifying session before finishing second in his stacked
heat race. After starting the 40-lap feature from the outside of
the fifth row, Jason drew a lap three caution flag and eventually
retired from the race in the twenty-third position.
(February 7, 2018) Next up on the 'Winternationals'
schedule of events was a $7,000 to win Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt
Series battle tonight at East Bay Raceway Park and a stellar 51
car field piled into the pit area at the Gibsonton, Florida facility.
Jason Jameson knocked down the sixteenth fastest time in Group B
during qualifying and later placed fifth in his heat race and eleventh
in his B-Main. Unfortunately, Jason was not able to advance into
the 40-lap main event that was eventually won by Brandon Overton.
(February 6, 2018) The second round of dirt-slinging
action at East Bay Raceway Park took place tonight and another $5,000
top prize was up for grabs for the cars and stars racing with the
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. Jason Jameson laid down the fifth
quickest lap in Group B during qualifying before unfortunately stripping
an oil pump belt in his heat race. He was later granted a Fast Time
provisional to gain access into the 30-lapper and wound up finishing
twenty-fourth in the final rundown.
(February 5, 2018) The annual running of the 'Winternationals'
kicked off tonight at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida,
as the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series presided over the first
of six high-profile events at the "Clay by the Bay." A
total of 40 Super Late Model entrants were in the pit area at the
Tampa-area oval to vie for the $5,000 payday. Jason Jameson placed
ninth in his loaded heat race before climbing to fourth in his B-Main.
Jason then led much of the Strawberry Dash for non-qualifiers before
ultimately winding up second, which unfortunately kept him out of
the 30-lap feature.
of Racing Nightly Results from Golden Isles Speedway...
3, 2018) The RhinoAg 'Super Bowl of Racing' grand finale
at Golden Isles Speedway greeted the 41 competitors tonight and
a $12,000 winner's check was on the line. An ultra-fast, rugged
racing surface was the norm throughout the evening at the Brunswick,
Georgia facility and Jason Jameson started the night by logging
the eighteenth fastest time in Group B during the Lucas Oil Late
Model Dirt Series qualifying session. Jason then finished tenth
in his heat race and seventh in his B-Main, which unfortunately
kept him out of the 60-lap headliner that was won by Josh Richards.
(February 2, 2018) Jason Jameson and the Justin
Rattliff Racing (JRR) team kicked off their version of the 2018
racing season tonight in the annual 'Super Bowl of Racing' opener
at Golden Isles Speedway near Brunswick, Georgia. The Lucas Oil
Late Model Dirt Series lid lifter attracted 41 entrants to GIS to
vie for the $10,000 top prize. Piloting a new Swartz racecar by
Jackie Boggs, Jason knocked down the third quickest time in Group
A during qualifying, but unfortunately was forced to scratch from
his heat race due to a busted oil line. After finishing fifth in
his B-Main, Jason received a Fast Time provisional to gain access
into the 50-lapper where he eventually wound up twentieth in the
Lifts Lid to 2018 Campaign for JRR Down South!
12, 2018) The Justin Rattliff Racing (JRR) team has been
hard at work over the last couple of months since their '17 season
finale at Charlotte and plan to lift the lid to their 2018 campaign
in Georgia and Florida from February 2-11 during "Speedweeks!"
While Justin Rattliff will not be in competition down south next
month, teammate Jason Jameson plans on competing in Lucas Oil Late
Model Dirt Series showdowns at Golden Isles Speedway near Brunswick,
Georgia, East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida, and Bubba
Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida. In all, Jason is slated to enter
nine special events in the course of only ten days. More "Speedweeks"
races could be added depending on how the start to the season goes,
so keep an eye on www.JustinRattliff.com for the latest news and