By Fully Injected Motorsports:
PARSONS, Kan. (June 6, 2022) – Despite a weekend plagued with bad luck and mechanical misfortune, forced to miss US 24 Speedway’s Big Dance finale A-Main on Saturday, June 4, due to overheating issues, JJ Loss and JKL Racing are eager to get back to speed, quickly preparing for the 2022 edition of National Open Wheel (NOW) 600 Series Speedweek that will launch officially on Wednesday, June 8, at Caney Valley Speedway in Caney, Kansas.
Featuring five straight days of competition, Loss will continue Speedweek with visits to Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, Oklahoma, on Thursday, June 9, Red Dirt Raceway in Meeker, Oklahoma, on Friday, June 10, Port City Raceway in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Saturday, June 11, and once again at Creek County Speedway on Sunday, June 12.
Loss plans to compete in the Stock Non-Wing, as well as the Winged A-Class during all five nights of NOW600 Speedweek.
“We’re ready to get back at it,” JJ Loss explained, driver of the Next Level Signs and Graphics Co., Driven Midwest, Journey Transport, White Pine Paving, Ryan Wilson, CSI, Keizer Performance Wheels, Radical Race Gear No. 67. “We battled through some tough times all weekend at US 24 Speedway, but despite the frustration and disappointment, we kept our heads down and kept working. Unfortunately, our motivation wasn’t enough and we were forced to miss the $10,000-to-win feature. Regardless, we’re ready for Speedweek…no better way to build momentum for the rest of the season. We have the knowledge and the support to be more than competitive all five nights.”
As expressed, JJ Loss and JKL Racing will continue their 2022 micro campaign with NOW600 Series Speedweek, kicking off officially on Wednesday evening, June 8, at Caney Valley Speedway in Caney, Kansas. Speedweek action will continue with four more nights of competition on Thursday, June 9, through Sunday, June 12, visiting Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, Oklahoma, Red Dirt Raceway in Meeker, Oklahoma, Port City Raceway in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and again Creek County Speedway, all of which in consecutive fashion.
JJ Loss and JKL Racing would like to thank all of their primary and product partners including Next Level Signs and Graphics Co., Driven Midwest, Journey Transport, White Pine Paving, Ryan Wilson, CSI, Keizer Performance Wheels, and Radical Race Gear.
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2022 COMBINED STATS:
[Midget, Stock Non-Wing Micro and Winged A-Class Micro]
2022 HIGHLIGHTS: Earned a pair of top-ten finishes during NOW600 Series action at Superbowl Speedway on February 19-20; finished seventh in Stock Non Wing on February 19, and finished ninth in Stock Wing on February 20. Earned four consecutive top-five finishes, two during Stock Non-Wing and two during Winged A-Class competition, at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Arkansas, on March 25-26. Finished 12th and 13th in Winged A-Class competition at Port City on April 1-2. Earned a pair of top-ten finishes in Port City Raceway visit on Saturday, April 9; seventh in Stock Non-Wing and eighth in Winged A-Class. Rallied from 15th to sixth in Port City’s A-Class make-up event on Friday, April 29. Won Winged A-Class weekly points event at Port City Raceway on Saturday, April 30. Highlighted Terry Walker Memorial at Port City Raceway with top-ten (against 46 cars) in Winged A-Class on Saturday, May 7.
Photo Credit: Dan Smith