The 2019 race season threw everyone for a loop in the Midwest. With countless rainouts and low car counts, teams and series across the heartland have been scrambling to put together a solid season. The Jeremy Campbell Motorsports team has been no exception, and while the overall race count has been down, the team has traveling to new tracks and continued to focus on sponsor satisfaction.
“It’s been a rebuilding year for us for sure,” said Campbell. “Between NCRA and 81 Speedway we’ve have 12 Championships in nine years, so we knew we were coming to a point we would needed to change things up a bit to keep it interesting. Destroying two cars and motors in two years wasn’t in the plans, but we’ve also had some great highs, like the big non-wing win. We want to travel and continue to push ourselves, but helping however we can to keep sprint car racing around Wichita is also a priority. I think we’ve had the same issues everyone in racing has had; keeping the financial part balanced while trying to squeeze in as many races as Mother Nature will allow.”
With five events remaining on the 2019 JCM race schedule, the team has continued to see growth on the marketing side, with an ever expanding reach through online and social media sites. “We know that sponsors and marketing partners are looking for more than just a sticker on a car, and while we can’t control Mother Nature, we can continue to promote our supporters both online and at their events,” said Campbell.
The remaining 2019 events include :
September 20 Dodge City Raceway Dodge City, Kansas World of Outlaws
September 21 Dodge City Raceway Dodge City, Kansas World Of Outlaws
September 28 US 36 Raceway Osborn, MO ASCS with Nebraska 360’s
October 5 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas 81 Speedway Final
October 12 81 Speedway Park City, Kansas NCRA Final
Jeremy Campbell Motorsports is supported by marketing partners including Scott’s Well Service, Dan’s Cycle, Knoche Farms, Knoche Transport, Mel Hambelton Ford Racing, BEPC, Maxim Chassis, Hepfner Racing Products and many other long time industry and local sponsors.
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