Mathews Strong in P.J. Wiggins Memorial at Ocala
(May 6, 2018)
Jeff Mathews and his #33 team invaded Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida on Saturday night, May 5 for the annual running of the 'P.J. Wiggins Memorial.' The Open Wheel Modified special at BRP paid $2,000 to the winner. Jeff won his heat race in preliminary action and later started from the pole position in the 40-lap headliner. The Apollo Beach, Florida ace then ran towards the front early in the feature distance before eventually slipping back to seventh in the final rundown of the race that was won by Devin Dixon, who once again drove one of Jeff's racecars. Full results from last night at Ocala can be located by clicking on www.bubbaracewaypark.com.

Jeff Mathews Drives to Sixth in Rusty Dixon Memorial
(April 29, 2018)
The Jeff Mathews Motorsports (JMM) team unloaded an Open Wheel Modified on Saturday night, April 28 at the nearby East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida. The annual running of the 'Rusty Dixon Memorial' was held at the "Clay by the Bay" and a $5,000 paycheck awaited the winner. Jeff Mathews advanced past four cars during his heat race to finish second and later started the 50-lap feature event from the outside of the fourth row. Jeff then battled a tight racecar during the headliner, but was still able to place sixth in the final finishing order of the race that was won by Devin Dixon, who piloted one of Jeff's racecars! Full results from last night at EBRP can be viewed online at www.eastbayracewaypark.com.

Mathews Makes Trip to Dixie Speedway for Heart of Dixie 40
(April 22, 2018)
Jeff Mathews and his #33 team traveled to the historic Dixie Speedway in Woodstock, Georgia on Saturday evening, April 21 for the 'Heart of Dixie 40,' which was sanctioned by the Ultimate Super Late Model Series. Jeff blew an oil line during hot laps and was unable to transfer into the $4,000 to win feature event through his B-Main. However, he received a provisional to gain access into the 40-lapper and eventually moved up to finish nineteenth at the Atlanta-area venue. Full results from last night's 'Heart of Dixie 40' can be accessed online at www.ultimatesupers.com.

Jeff Mathews Debuts New Rocket Car at Potomac; Nabs Top Ten!
(April 15, 2018)
After picking up a new Rocket XR1 racecar, Jeff Mathews and his #33 team invaded Potomac Speedway in Budds Creek, Maryland on Friday evening, April 13 for a $2,522 to win unsanctioned showdown. Jeff qualified twelfth fastest in Super Late Model time trials before advancing up to finish eighth in the 35-lap feature event. At the pristine Virginia Motor Speedway in Jamaica, Virginia on Saturday night, April 14, Jeff and 55 other competitors signed into the pit area to vie for the $20,000 top prize in the annual 'King of the Commonwealth.' The Apollo Beach, Florida native timed in nineteenth quickest in Group B during Ultimate Super Late Model Series qualifying, but was unfortunately not able to transfer into the 60-lap main event. Full results from both East Coast venues can be accessed online at www.potomacspeedway.com and www.ultimatesupers.com.

Mathews Enters Bama Bash at East Alabama Motor Speedway
(March 25, 2018)
Jeff Mathews Motorsports (JMM) made their way to the historic East Alabama Motor Speedway in Phenix City, Alabama on Saturday evening, March 24 for the annual running of the 'Bama Bash.' The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series presided over the $12,000 to win special, which drew a stellar 36 car field. Jeff Mathews timed in fifteenth fastest in Group A during the qualifying session prior to finishing sixth in his heat race and fifth in his B-Main. Unfortunately, those efforts were not quite good enough to transfer Jeff into the 50-lap headliner, which was ultimately won by Brandon Sheppard. Full results from last night at EAMS can be accessed online at www.lucasdirt.com.

Jeff Mathews Starts Ultimate Series with North Georgia Trip
(March 4, 2018)
Next up on the racing calendar for the #33 team was a trip to North Georgia Speedway in Chatsworth, Georgia on Saturday evening, March 3 for the Ultimate Super Late Model Series lid lifter. A 31 car field assembled at the northern Georgia oval for the $4,000 to win shootout. Jeff Mathews - making his first trip to NGS - did not qualify well and later finished tenth in his consolation event. Unfortunately, Jeff was unable to transfer into the 40-lap headliner that was eventually won by Michael Page. Full results from last night at North Georgia Speedway can be found online at www.ultimatesupers.com.

 

 

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