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Bassett High School junior, Trey Jarrell, has entered to compete for a piece of the $125,000 in sponsorship money that will be awarded through the Champion spark plug, wipers and chemical additives brand’s 2014 “Search for a Champion” contest.

The Martinsville, Va., native carried sponsorships from the Virginia Military Institute’s Keydet Club, AutosByNelson, East Coast Synthetics, Rhoades Car International and on his No. 14 Toyota throughout the 2013 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series season.

The contest will offer 15 $5,000 Champion racing sponsorships as well as one $50,000 in search for a Champion grand-prize sponsorship. Entries included grassroots racers in three racing categories – asphalt, dirt and water.

Racers submitted a two-minute video that best demonstrates their commitment to winning a racing title with the help of Champion spark plugs. Winners will be selected based in part on votes received from the Champion community at

The Champion community will vote for 15 finalists between Jan. 6 and Feb. 2. Voting for the $50,000 Search for a Champion grand prize will take placeFeb. 21 through March 23.

Voting for round one opens on Monday, Jan. 6. Fans can access Jarrell's entry and vote for the 16-year old at the following link:



MARTINSVILLE, VA. (January 3, 2014)—Trey Jarrell will be looking to improve on his INEX statistics with the US Legend Cars International at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday, January 4th, when the 2014 Winter Heat Series returns to the quarter-mile oval track along the racetrack’s main straightaway.

Jarrell will return to the seat of a US Legend Car, and will drive the No. 4 DRIVE SMART Virginia for James Edwards of Mr. E Performance. The Martinsville, Va., native will be part of the series’ Pro Asphalt division.

In 2012 Jarrell accumulated 23 victories in 43 starts, including such highlights as winning the Big Money 100 as well as two trips to victory lane during the Summer Shootout Series hosted by Charlotte Motor Speedway. He ended the season third in the national points for INEX Legends Car Series in the Young Lion division.

The partnership coincides with the December announcement of Jarrell becoming the DRIVE SMART VirginiaTeen Ambassador, forging a partnership with DRIVE SMART Virginia through a mutual passion for safety. As the DRIVE SMART Virginia Teen Ambassador, 16-year old Jarrell will educate other teendrivers across Virginia on the valuable message of how distracting driving is dangerous.

“I'm passionate about safety,” Jarrell said. “I’m excited to talk to kids my age and helping everyone understand that it only takes a split second to wreck. It doesn't matter if you’re on the track, a county road or the highway.”

DRIVE SMART Virginia’s mission is to educate drivers and raise traffic safety awareness in order to save lives and reduce injuries on Virginia's roadways.

Practice for the US Legend Cars International will be held on Friday, Jan. 3, from 2-5 p.m. Entrance gates open at noon. The main event is Saturday, Jan. 4. Gates open at 8 a.m.



DRIVE SMART Virginia Announces Partnership with Trey Jarrell

What happens when you combine a fierce, young racing competitor with a premier Virginia traffic safety non-profit? You get a duo that’s ready to reach young Virginia drivers with the message “Buckle up. Phone down.”

DRIVE SMART Virginia and Trey Jarrell of Trey Jarrell Racing are excited to announce a partnership forged with a passion for safety. Jarrell will become the DRIVE SMART Virginia Teen Ambassador. He’ll be tasked with reaching out to teen drivers across Virginia with the message that distracted driving is dangerous.

“Oftentimes young drivers are involved in dangerous crashes because they’re willing to engage in risky behaviors,” said Janet Brooking, Executive Director of DRIVE SMART Virginia. “As a Teen Ambassador, Trey can help deliver the message that driving is serious business and cell phones should always be off or out of reach.”

Jarrell, a 16-year old Bassett High School freshman from Martinsville, Virginia, is a student athlete who excels in several sports, including racing, while maintaining an "A" grade point average in his school work. In addition, he also races more than 30 weekends a year.

“I know how quickly things can change during a race, said Trey Jarrell. “So I'm passionate about safety. And, I’m excited about talking to kids my age and helping them understand that it only takes a split second to wreck. It doesn't matter if you’re on the track, a county road or the highway.”

DRIVE SMART Virginia and Jarrell will team up to share traffic safety information through social media channels including Facebook and Twitter and on DRIVESMARTVA.ORG and

Brooking said “we’re glad Trey shares our passion and we hope that together we can reach students at or near driving age and encourage them to drive distraction free.”

Some key facts surrounding distracted driving:

• If you text and drive you are 23 times more likely to have a crash.
• 8 out of 10 crashes involve a distracted driving incident within 3 seconds of the incident.
• Wear your seatbelt: it’s the best defense against a distracted driver.

DRIVE SMART Virginia’s mission is to educate drivers and raise traffic safety awareness in order to save lives and reduce injuries on the roadways of Virginia.

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