USAC Non-Wing Freedom Tour
8/16/2017 -Non-wing is back in Kansas this Friday, and the Jeremy Campbell Motorsports team is ready to race! Rebounding from a disappointing Knoxville Nationals, where mechanical failures resulted in a DNS Saturday evening, Campbell is back and looking forward to completing with the traveling USAC Club Friday night, followed by a weekly show at 81 Speedway Saturday. The 10c team is currently leading local points, and hoping for a strong showing to get the season back on track.
"It's disappointing to spend so much time preparing for a event like Knoxville and then just have one thing after another go wrong," said Campbell. "But racing always has it's up's and down's, and it helped show us our weaknesses, and didn't really effect our points racing, so we are just trying to rebuild our program and get back to racing. We are thankful for all our of sponsors and fans for the support throughout this season, they really help keep us going!"
Team 10c Returns to Knoxville for first time since 2008
7/26/2017 - This August the Jeremy Campbell Motorsports Team will return to Knoxville Raceway for the first time since Campbell competed with the Rick Ferkel "0" 410 Sprint Car in 2008. "We are fast and consistent this year," said Campbell. "We've been throwing around coming back here for years and this seems like the year to do it. I'm looking forward to seeing what we can do against the big teams." Currently leading both NCRA and 81 Speedway local points, Campbell has captured 4 wins and 10 tops fives this year, most recently finishing 3rd in the ASCS vs NCRA Challenge.
The team is still looking to secure sponsorship for the remainder of the 2017 race season, and beginning plans for 2018. If you are interested in being a part of Jeremy Campbell Motorsports please email email@example.com.
Campbell dominates at 81 Speedway for first NCRA win of the season!
6/19/2017 - After a spring full of rainouts and reschedules things are heating up for the Jeremy Campbell Motorsports team as summer rolls in. After a 4th place finish at McCool Junction with the NCRA the weekend prior, Campbell was hungry for the first series win of the season. What was supposed to be a two day race weekend was cut short by rain Saturday, but Sunday dawned sunny and warm, perfect for NCRA action at 81 Speedway in Park City, Kansas.
Starting 6th in the heat, Campbell was up to 3rd before he was collected in a spin by another car. Restarting on the tail of field, Campbell again battled up to third place, earning valuable passing points that would put him on the front row of the feature event.
When the green flag dropped for the 25 lap A Feature Campbell jumped out to an early lead and never looked back, lapping up to 4th place.