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Campbell on the move with ASCS National Tour
June 7, 2016 - The Jeremy Campbell Motorsports team recently returned to Campbell’s home turf with the ASCS National Tour’s visit to Hartford Speedway in Hartford, Michigan. The event was part of an ASCS National Tour East swing, and the first visit for the 360 series to the Michigan track. Campbell had been crowned the King of Michigan in his previous 360 days 10 plus years ago and was eager to return to the high-banked ½ mile.

Starting 9th in his heat race, Campbell climbed to 6th place and secured a spot in the main event. Starting mid pack, Campbell battled through a caution filled event to grab a top ten finish. The tour was scheduled to continue to Brownstown, Indiana for an event on Saturday, June 4th, but rain forced an early cancellation. The team made the decision to make the 12 hour journey back to Wichita, Kansas for weekly action at 81 Speedway.

Campbell won his heat race Saturday and started on the pole for the main event. After battling with JD Johnson for the lead, Campbell uncharacteristically spun out and was forced to restart at the back of the field. The added challenge made a great show for fans as he powered the #10c machine back up to a third place finish!

The JCM team is off for the upcoming weekend, as Campbell will be turning wrenches in a new field, and building an outdoor playset for Jaxten’s 3rd birthday party! Racing action returns Friday June 17th with the NCRA /NSL Tour at Salina Speedway and Saturday June 18th again with NCRA/NSL at 81 Speedway in Wichita, Kansas.

Campbell rebounds in Dodge City 
7/5/2016 - After a first lap tangle at the last NCRA show, followed by a rainout, the Jeremy Campbell Motorsports team returned to action this past weekend as the NCRA Series visited Dodge City Raceway Park for the Boothill Showdown. The event, paying $10,000 to win, attracted talent from across the US, including Brad Loyet, John Carney and Jack Dover.

Friday Campbell battled motor and handling issues all evening, starting 5th and finishing 4th in heat race action behind Carney, Johnson and Loyet.  The feature event again saw car issues, but Campbell managed to move forward and crossed the finish line 11th, narrowly missing a top ten finish.

Saturday’s event was postponed and ran Sunday after a constant rain moved into the Dodge City area. The 10c team was able to make some changes on the car and through fine-tuning and small tweaks during the heat race and qualifier events the car rolled onto the track for feature time ready to battle.

Starting 14th Campbell charged through the pack and made it to 7th place before running out of laps. “Throughout the weekend we were still finding issues from our Salina wreck that were holding us back” Campbell said. “It’s nice to at least leave the track Sunday night feeling competitive again.”

Next up on the schedule is 81 Speedway on Saturday, July 9th, followed by the famed Hutchinson Nationals July 15th and 16th. 

Next Event - July 30th

81 Speedway

Park City, Kansas


​​Campbell returns to Texas Motor Speedway with ASCS National Tour
5-16-2016, Wichita Kansas – Jeremy Campbell and the 10c machine returned to The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway this past weekend for the first time in almost 10 years. Campbell had raced there previously with the World of Outlaws, but this marked his first visit to the track in the 360 division.

With more than 40 cars on hand for the ASCS National event, every time on the track was important, and Campbell struggled a bit on his heat race start on Friday, started 5th and finishing 6th. In the qualifier event he was able to gain a few positions but it wasn’t enough to make up the ground needed to avoid the B Feature. With passing at a minimum throughout the night, Campbell started 4rd in the B and finished 4th as well, missing the transfer by one position.

Saturday again saw Campbell starting 5th and finishing 6th in heat race action. “I knew going into the qualifier I needed to make something happen,” Campbell said. “We were running out of tires, fuel and money, and with the only passing happening on the start it was now or never.”

At the drop of the green Campbell made a move on the outside and gained six spots in the first lap, moving from 10th to 4th. He battled for position forward and back for the rest of the event, but came home fourth, gaining much needed points for the rest of the night.

Starting on the pole of the B Campbell was able to secure a transfer spot and qualify for the main event. “We went through every new and used tire we brought with us this weekend,” Campbell said. “The qualifiers give the fans more to watch on track, but it kills the small budget teams like us.”  Starting 22nd in the feature, with no track improvements the JCM team made the business decision to start and park, ending the weekend’s events.

“No one wants to start and park, but we are glad to have fought through some mistakes on track and off and make the main, now I just have to look at what’s best for my team money wise and reasonably see where the money starts on the pay scale versus the cost of four new tires. We are talking to teams burning through 16 tires this weekend, that’s tough on anyone,” Campbell said.

The team is off this coming weekend but in back in action May 27th with the NCRA / NSL Tour in Salina, Kansas followed by a May 28th NCRA / NSL Tour event at 81 Speedway.

July Heats Up For Team 10c
July 20, 2017 - The Jeremy Campbell Motorsports team has hit their stride going into the hot summer months as the team recorded their first win of the season in dominating fashion July 9th at 81 Speedway, sweeping both the heat and feature event. The win put Campbell into the points lead in local racing, and gave the team the momentum needed heading into one of the biggest events of the year, the Hutchinson Nationals.

The following weekend the prestigious event celebrated its 60th running at the Hutchinson Fairgrounds, drawing drivers such as Danny Wood, John Carney Jr, Jack Dover and Danny Jennings. Friday’s qualifying night Campbell finished 7th, missing locking into Saturday’s main event by only one position.

Saturday’s races consisted of a qualifier to set up the reminder of the field, where Campbell finished second, followed by the $3000 to win main event. Starting 8th, Campbell was able to muscle the 10c machine around the one-lane track and up to a 4th place finish.

With the July 23rd upcoming 81 Speedway event already cancelled for heat, the team will take a weekend off before returning to action July 30th.

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