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Jarrell Strong at Doubleheader Weekend

MARTINSVILLE, VA (June 20) -- Virginia native Trey Jarrell capped a doubleheader weekend with a 4th place finish at historic Hickory Speedway on Saturday night in the “Over the Hill 150” Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Model race. But the strong showing was not enough to mask the disappointment felt by the 19 year old driver who had moved into 2nd place and was stalking the leader late in the race when contact was made with a lapped car damaging the handling of Jarrell’s Kaytech Inc. Ford.

“I am super proud of my team, Mark Reedy Racing, and am very grateful for the support of Clete Caywood, owner of Kaytech Inc. I couldn’t do this without them. But I feel like we had the car to win at Hickory. We had moved into 2nd and I was saving my tires to make a run at the leader when I came upon a lapped car. As I moved under him in turn 4, he turned down on me and our wheels touched. For a split second, we were both headed to the wall but I managed to save the car. Unfortunately, the touching of the tires knocked the toe out of the steering. From there on, I had to work hard just to finish the race. Under the circumstances, I’m thankful for the 4th place finish,” exclaimed Jarrell.

“As much as I wanted to win, I wanted this win for my team and for Kaytech Inc. even more. But that’s racing. Racing circumstances happen. Right now, I feel that every race we show up knowing that we have a solid chance to win. We’ve been working so hard to make it happen. With the results like we’ve been have blessed to have, the wins will come,” said Jarrell.

Earlier in the weekend, Jarrell raced in the “Electric City Twin 125’s” at Anderson Motor Speedway in upstate South Carolina. In that feature, Jarrell raced his backup car, the #21 Kaytech Inc. Pontiac. Starting the feature in 10th, Trey finished the race in 12th.

“The #21 car is the backup that we had previously race at Concord finishing 7th. Based on the Concord results, we felt that the car would have the right setup for Anderson. The car was definitely turning well but the brakes began to fade very early in the race. Even still, I’m pleased with the result. We wanted to save the #12 car for Hickory and I believe based on the results that it was the correct call,” stated Jarrell.

Jarrell will next pilot the Kaytech Inc. Ford when the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) returns to South Boston Speedway on August 13. Six races into his 2016 campaign, Trey has now posted 4 top-ten finishes and now a top-5.

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Trey Jarrell Gears Up for PASS Carolina Doubleheader at Anderson and Hickory

MARTINSVILLE, VA (June 16) -- Trey Jarrell heads south this weekend in his Reedy Racing/Kaytech Inc. Ford as the Pro All Stars (PASS) Super Late Model Tour hosts a series first doubleheader. The 19 year-old driver from Martinsville, VA will first compete on Friday night in the “Electric City Twin 125’s” at Anderson Motor Speedway in upstate South Carolina before racing in the “Over the Mountain 150” at Hickory Motor Speedway in Hickory, NC on Saturday night.

“I’m really excited and honored to be racing twice this weekend for Mark Reedy and my sponsor, Kaytech Inc. Mark and the team have worked hard to prepare two cars for this inaugural PASS Carolina Doubleheader,” Jarrell said.

Jarrell and Reedy Racing hope to build upon early season momentum that has seen Jarrell finish inside the top-10 three times in the last three starts. “If you look at my last three starts, we’ve been in contention to win -- especially at Hickory when I was the only driver other than the leader to lead any laps. So I am especially excited to go back to Hickory where I know we have a car capable of running in the front,” exclaimed Jarrell.

Trey and his team are also excited to race at Anderson in South Carolina -- near Kaytech’s facility. “I’m also proud to sport Kaytech Inc. colors in South Carolina. I know Clete Caywood, Kaytech’s owner, has been super excited about this race for months. Mr. Caywood has been a huge part of this team’s success this year and I want to do him proud,” stated Jarrell.

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Jarrell Has Strong Final Week

Concord, NC -- Trey Jarrell, driving the Kyle Beattie Racing Legend Car, took to the track for the final week of the 2015 Winter Heat at Charlotte Motor Speedway and showed the field that he still has it, after a dominating 2013 Young Lions Series that found him finishing second in points to eventual champion, Ryan Shattuck. Trey would finish 2nd, 2nd, and 4th in his final three races of the weekend.

The team and driver now descend upon Orlando SpeedWorld for the 2015 Winter Nationals. With momentum on their side, it's only a matter of time before the KBR car is back in victory lane.