Serbus Continuing His Winning Ways; Five J&J Auto Racing Winners
Five J&J Auto Racing Teams took home the hardware over June 29-July 2nd throughout the United States.
Trevor Serbus continues to be the man of the hour as he tallied his seventh win of his 2022 racing campaign at Red River Valley Speedway in West Fargo, North Dakota. Starting fifth in the feature, Serbus had work to do to if he wanted to stand in victory lane. Picking off four competitors by the time the white flag waved, Trevor and his No.10 team brought home the victory with the IMCA Racesaver Sprint Car Series.
Sitting second in FAST Winged 410 Series points, Lee Jacobs picked up the win at Atomic Speedway on June 29th. Jacobs started on the outside of the front row along with fierce competitor, Cole Duncan. Duncan is so stranger to Atomic Speedway and holds the track points lead, Jacob wasn't fathomed. Only thirty laps separated Jacobs from victory lane, Jacobs with five top-5 and nine top-10 finishes so far this season was able to come out on top and cash in on his $5,000 payday.
Litchfield, Michigan's Jason Blonde collected his second win at Butler Motor Speedway on July 2nd.
Mike Houseman, Jr. (Crawford County Speedway) and Matt Mullins (Langley Speedway), both earned their first wins of the 2022 race season, respectively.
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