Jason Jameson Lifts Lid to 2018 Campaign for JRR at East Bay!
(January 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 at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida from February 5-10! While Justin Rattliff will not be in competition in the Sunshine State next month, teammate Jason Jameson is scheduled to enter all six Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series races at the "Clay by the Bay." The action-packed week in the Tampa area will start with a $5,000 to win opener on Monday, February 5 and will conclude on Saturday, February 10 in the 'Winternationals' finale, which boasts a $12,000 winner's check. More "Speedweeks" races could be added depending on how the week at East Bay goes, so keep an eye on www.JustinRattliff.com for the latest news and information!

Justin Rattliff Racing Done for 2017 Season Following Charlotte
(November 5, 2017) Jason Jameson and the Justin Rattliff Racing (JRR) team entered their final two races of the 2017 season from November 2-4 in the 11th edition of the 'World Finals' at the pristine Dirt Track at Charlotte in Concord, North Carolina. The World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series held their season-ending races at the 4/10-mile speedplant and 75 competitors signed into the pit area to do battle. When things kicked off on Thursday evening with two rounds of qualifying, Jason timed in twenty-seventh quickest in Group A during the first session and thirty-first fastest in Group B during the final session.

On Friday night in the first of two $12,000 to win programs, Jason placed ninth in both his heat race and his B-Main, which unfortunately kept him out of the 50-lap feature event. Jason then finished ninth in his loaded heat race and thirteenth in his B-Main on Saturday, which also did not transfer him into the $12,000 to win season finale. Complete results from the Charlotte-area facility can be obtained by pointing your web browser to www.woolms.com.

Jameson Enters Dirt Track World Championship at PRP...
(October 22, 2017) The Justin Rattliff Racing (JRR) team made their way to Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio on October 20-21 for the 37th Annual 'Dirt Track World Championship.' A stellar 72 car field assembled at the 3/8-mile facility on the banks of the Ohio River to compete in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series season finale, which once again boasted a gigantic $100,000 windfall. On Friday night, Jason Jameson finished sixth in his first heat race of the evening, while he placed fifth in his second and final prelim. After experiencing radiator and fan blade issues in his consolation race on Saturday, Jason wound up finishing sixteenth in the $3,000 to win 'Jim Dunn Memorial' for non-qualifiers and was not able to transfer into the 100-lap headliner. Full results from the lucrative DTWC weekend can be obtained by visiting www.lucasdirt.com.

Justin Rattliff Transfers into $15k Fall Classic at Ponderosa
(October 15, 2017) The Justin Rattliff Racing (JRR) team was back in Super Late Model competition on October 13-14 at Ponderosa Speedway in Junction City, Kentucky, as the Schaeffer's Oil Southern Nationals Bonus Series sanctioned the 27th running of the 'Fall Classic.' A strong 34 car field assembled at "Kentucky's Baddest Bullring" and all eyes in attendance were fixated on the hefty $15,000 winner's check. On Friday night during preliminary action, Justin Rattliff - in a new Swartz car - ran fifth in his loaded heat race, while teammate Jason Jameson unfortunately hit the unforgiving wall during his heat race. Justin then won his consolation race on Saturday to advance into the 75-lap headliner and eventually retired in the twenty-first position after only 45 circuits. Jason unfortunately got into an incident during his B-Main and was not able to transfer into the 'Fall Classic,' which was won by Zack Dohm. Complete results from Ponderosa Speedway can be accessed online by clicking on www.southernnationalsseries.com.

Jameson Charges to Second; Finishes Fourth in Deep Fried 75
(October 2, 2017) Jason Jameson and the #12 JRR team dipped south to the states of Tennessee and Georgia from September 29-October 1 for a pair of high-profile events. In the 6th edition of the 'Deep Fried 75' at Duck River Raceway Park in Wheel, Tennessee, Jason timed in eleventh quickest during Friday's qualifying session prior to running second in his loaded heat race. After rolling off from the inside of the third row in the $14,000 to win headliner on Saturday evening, Jason moved up to second in the running order before eventually winding up fourth after 75 circuits behind only victor Brandon Overton, Tyler Erb, and Dane Dacus!

On Sunday night, the team made an unscheduled stop at Rome Speedway in Rome, Georgia for the annual running of the 'Rome Showdown,' which was sanctioned once again by the ultra-competitive Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. Jason laid down a quick lap during time trials, but his time was disallowed when he was deemed light at the scales. The Lawrenceburg, Indiana ace then wound up tenth in his stacked heat race and eighth in his B-Main and was unable to crack the starting grid for the $10,000 to win feature event, which was won by Darrell Lanigan. Full results from both venues can be viewed online at www.duckriverracewaypark.com and www.lucasdirt.com.

Jason Jameson an Impressive Runner-Up in $15,000 Jackson 100!
(September 24, 2017) The #12 JRR team stormed into the legendary Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown, Indiana on September 22-23 for the 38th edition of the 'Jackson 100.' The two-day Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series weekend kicked off on Friday evening at the 1/4-mile fairgrounds facility with a $7,000 to win shootout. Jason Jameson qualified sixth fastest in Group A during time trials prior to grabbing the third transfer spot through his stacked heat race. After starting the 30-lapper from the inside of the sixth row, Jason wheeled up inside of the top ten and eventually crossed underneath the checkers in the ninth position.

In front of a standing-room-only crowd at Brownstown on Saturday night, a $15,000 top prize was up for grabs in the prestigious 'Jackson 100.' Jason knocked down the fifth fastest time in Group B during qualifying and later ran second in his loaded heat race. After rolling off from the outside of the third row in the 100-lap grind, the Lawrenceburg, Indiana standout blitzed all the way up to second in the running order. He then closed in on leader and eventual winner Scott Bloomquist in the waning laps, but settled for an impressive runner-up showing! Full results from the doubleheader weekend at Brownstown can be viewed online by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com.

Jameson Thrills Fans in Special Fan Appreciation Night at Florence!
(September 17, 2017) Lawrenceburg, Indiana ace Jason Jameson racked up his fifth feature win of the 2017 campaign on Saturday evening, September 16 at Florence Speedway in Union, Kentucky! In the special Fan Appreciation Night at the Cincinnati-area facility, Jason advanced past eight competitors during his heat race to finish second and later started the weekly Super Late Model feature event from the pole position. Jason then led most of the feature distance before Nick Latham overtook his #12 JRR machine late in the race. Nick was then caught up in a last lap pileup on the backstretch and Jason was able to capitalize on his misfortune to bag the $1,200 payday! Full results from last night at Florence Speedway can be viewed online at www.florencespeedway.com. (Steve Alcorn Photo)

Jason Jameson Solid in World 100 Prelims at Eldora Speedway
(September 10, 2017) The JRR team made the journey to the hallowed grounds of Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio on September 7-9 for the "Granddaddy of Them All" - the 47th Annual 'World 100.' The most prestigious event in our industry got underway with a pair of Twin 25 preliminary programs with each feature winner receiving $10,000 for their efforts. On Thursday night, Jason Jameson scored an impressive victory in his heat race before sliding back to fifteenth in the 25-lap main event. At the "Big E" on Friday evening, Jason placed third in his heat race prior to winding up twenty-fourth in the 25-lapper due to a pair of flat Hoosier tires.

When the calendar flipped to Saturday, the largest crowd in the history of the storied 1/2-mile speedplant was on hand to witness the 'World 100,' which boasted a hefty $50,000 windfall. Jason was unfortunately involved in an opening lap incident in his loaded heat race and finished fourteenth. The Lawrenceburg, Indiana native was not able to advance into the 100-lap headliner that was eventually won by Jonathan Davenport. Complete results from the three-day crown jewel spectacular can be accessed online at www.eldoraspeedway.com.

Jameson Competes in Baltes Classic at Eldora Speedway...
(September 4, 2017) Next up on the racing calendar for the Justin Rattliff Racing (JRR) team was a visit to the hallowed high-banks of Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio on Sunday evening, September 3 for the 10th edition of the 'Baltes Classic.' The American Late Model Series (ALMS) showdown drew 38 competitors to the 1/2-mile speedplant to vie for the $3,000 winner's check. Jason Jameson knocked down the ninth fastest lap overall during qualifying and later ran second in his loaded heat race. After starting the 30-lap sprint from the outside of the third row, handling issues were a problem for Jason and he slipped back through the field before ultimately winding up seventeenth in the final rundown. Full results from the 'Baltes Classic' can be viewed by pointing your web browser to www.eldoraspeedway.com.

Jason Jameson Solid in Whiskey City 60 at Lawrenceburg
(August 27, 2017) Both Justin Rattliff and Jason Jameson unloaded their respective Club 29 racecars on Saturday night, August 26 at Lawrenceburg Speedway in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, as the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series presided over the annual running of the 'Whiskey City 60.' Jason knocked down the seventh quickest lap in Group B during the qualifying session prior to grabbing the second transfer spot through his heat race. After starting the $12,000 to win feature event from the outside of the third row, Jason fought valiantly for a top ten showing before slipping back to twelfth at the checkered flag. Justin unfortunately missed out on transferring into the 60-lap finale after placing eighth in his loaded heat race and sixth in his B-Main. Full results from last night at Lawrenceburg can be accessed online at www.lucasdirt.com.

Jameson Nabs Third Career Ike Moler Memorial Title for $3,500!!!
(August 20, 2017) The Justin Rattliff Racing (JRR) team and driver Jason Jameson reached victory lane for the fourth time in 2017 on Friday evening, August 18 at Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, Ohio! Jason laid down the second fastest lap overall during qualifying for the 'Ike Moler Memorial' and later placed fifth in the fast dash. After starting fifth on the grid in the unsanctioned main event and swapping the top spot with R.J. Conley, Jason drove to his third career 'Ike Moler Memorial' title and the $3,500 payday ahead of R.J. Conley, Tripp Gerrald, Rod Conley, and Duane Chamberlain!

On Saturday night, August 19, the #12 team was in the pit area at Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio for the annual running of the 'Fred Dillow Memorial,' which boasted a $5,000 winner's check. Jason grabbed the third transfer spot through his heat race before rolling off from the outside of the seventh row in the unsanctioned headliner. The Lawrenceburg, Indiana ace quickly moved up to fourth in the running order until his water pressure warning light came on, which caused him to retire around the halfway mark in the fifteenth position. Full results from both weekend tilts can be viewed online at www.molerracewaypark.com and www.portsraceway.com. (Steve Alcorn Photo)

Jason Jameson Transfers into $50,000 North/South 100!
(August 13, 2017) Jason Jameson and the JRR team drove through the pit gate at the venerable Florence Speedway in Union, Kentucky on August 10-12 for a pair of lucrative Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series showdowns. Things started at the undersized 1/2-mile speedplant on Thursday evening with the 'North/South Shootout,' which paid $10,000 to the winner. Jason laid down the seventh quickest lap in Group A during qualifying, but later ran into trouble in his heat race and B-Main, which unfortunately kept him out of the 50-lap feature that was won by Jimmy Owens.

On Friday night, preliminary action for the 35th Annual 'North/South 100' kicked off at the Cincinnati-area venue with a double set of qualifying heat races. Jason placed sixth in his first heat race of the evening before running second in his final prelim. After racking up the fourteenth most passing points in doing so, the Lawrenceburg, Indiana ace rolled off from the outside of the seventh row in Saturday's $50,000 to win headliner. Jason then suffered some body damage early in the 100-lapper and wound up retiring early - eventually paid for a twenty-sixth place showing. Complete results from the crown jewel show can be viewed by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com.

 

 

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