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March 11, 2013 Posted by admin in News

Keaton Off to Consistent Start to 2013

BARBOURSVILLE, WV :: Rolling out a brand new Performancenter Racing Warehouse (PRW) Chassis at Southern National Motorsports Park last weekend for the first of “The Dirty Dozen” twin races and in a single 100-lapper at Hickory Motor Speedway this past weekend, Jake Keaton and team are still trying to get the bugs worked out of the new car. With finishes of 15th and 18th at Southern National and a finish of 16th at Hickory, Keaton knows that he has a car capable of competing with the front runners but also knows he has room for improvement.

“No one goes to the track to finish 15th or 16th,” said Keaton following the 100-lap race at Hickory. “We’re going each week to win races but I also know that we’ve got things to work on with this new car. We’ve got to get it right and honestly I’ve got to get back in the swing of things on asphalt after spending last season on dirt.”

Keaton and his team plan to return to Hickory this weekend, March 16th for the second leg of the ten race ZLOOP Big 10 Challenge Series. Keaton and his crew led by crew chief Jeremy Williamson will be looking to improve and crack the top 10 as they continue to build their notebook for future races.

“We’re going to continue to get this car better and I’m going to continue to knock the rust off,” laughed Keaton. “We know we’ve got one of the best chassis’ in the business and we’re learning. I think we’ll be in the top 10 this weekend and we’ll be in the top five before you know it competing for wins.”

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January 28, 2013 Posted by admin in News

Welcome to the New JakeKeaton.com

Welcome to our all new website.  We’re still under construction but check back often for updates as we get revved up for the 2013 race season as Jake Keaton will be returning to the Late Model Stock Car division on asphalt tracks throughout the SouthEast region.  He’ll also continue to compete in select Modified races on dirt tracks throughout West Virginia and the Ohio Valley.

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