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Trey Jarrell Closes Out 2016 Season With Tenth Place Run In Mason-Dixon Meltdown

CONCORD, N.C. - Trey Jarrell started 19th and finished tenth in Saturday's Mason-Dixon Meltdown for the PASS Series at Concord Speedway in Concord, North Carolina.

Jarrell, 19, was among the fastest cars on the track early in the going as he methodically worked his way through the field, turning times as fast as the leaders when he was in open track.

As the race wore on, the tires on the Reedy Racing No. 12 started to go away, causing him to slow his pace a bit and resulting in the tenth place finish.

After the race, Trey reflected on his inaugural run on North-South Shootout weekend at Concord.

"We had a really fast race car," He said. "Mark Reedy and the team really did a good job of preparing the car for the race. We knew that with our crate motor we were going to struggle in qualifying. But we believed that in race-trim we would be better off than the guys with the bigger motors. We were definitely strong in the early going. I felt like we had a top five car or better, but I think we may have set the tire pressures a little too high to start the race."

Stopping to smile while looking at the tires, he joked, "They basically turned into basketballs."

With the car not wanting to turn in the center of the corner, Jarrell adjusted his driving style and kept it on the edge every lap to finish tenth.

"That was the last race for this car," Trey said. "We'll have a new one for next year, and that's pretty exciting. This team accomplishes more with less than anyone else I know, and it's so much fun to race with them. We're like family. I cannot thank Anderson's Maple Syrup, Kaytech, JP Fuels, Port City Race Cars and McGunnegill Engines enough for all of their support this year. We've got some pretty cool things we're working on for 2017, so we'll see what the new year brings. We have some opportunities to run some races in a higher series if we can put the right partnerships together. Today may not have been the win we were looking for, but it was a blast to race here at Concord and a nice way to end the 2016 season!"

For more information on Anderson's Pure Maple Syrup, visit their website at www.AndersonsMapleSyrup.com, like their Facebook page (Anderson's Maple Syrup) or follow them on Twitter (@AndersonsMaple).

For more information on Trey Jarrell Racing, like them on Facebook (Trey Jarrell Racing) or visit their website at www.treyjarrell.com. About Trey Jarrell Racing

Trey Jarrell is a 19-year-old late model stock car racer and a Business Marketing student at Liberty University who hails from Martinsville, Virginia.

Following a couple of seasons in the Quarter-Midgets, Trey moved to legends cars, having tremendous success with Kyle Beattie Racing as he continued to hone his racing skill set before moving to full-size cars.

He currently races a part-time schedule in the Pro All Star Series (PASS) South Tour for super late model cars, running for Mark Reedy and Reedy Racing.

Over the past two seasons, the team has been a top-five threat wherever they've raced together, currently getting support from marketing partners Kaytech, Anderson's Maple Syrup, JT Fuels, Port City Racecars and McGunnegill Engine Performance.

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Jarrell's Charge To Fourth At Hickory Ends In Late Race Tangle

HICKORY, N.C. - Trey Jarrell charged from 16th to fourth in Saturday Night's Catawba Valley 150 PASS South Super Late Model race at Hickory Motor Speedway.

Then he was squeezed into the wall by another competitor with less than 20 laps left in the event, putting an end to his night.

It was the second straight race that the Martinsville, Virginia driver has been caught up in a crash not of his own making.

Afterward, Jarrell was disappointed for his team.

"Mark Reedy and everybody on this team work very hard to prepare a front-running car and bring it to the track for me to race," the Liberty University student said. "I feel bad for them to see our night end this way."

He was battling for fourth on lap 134 when the other competitor moved up the track at the end of the front straightaway into Trey, coming across the nose of Trey's Kaytech/Anderson Maple Syrup No. 12.

Trey was caught between the other car and the outside wall with no place to go. The other competitor got sideways, crashing into the tire barrier near the track's outside pit entrance. Jarrell grazed the outside wall then got sideways trying to avoid further contact, causing him to hit the turn one outside wall as well.

Both cars were forced to the pits with damage, ending what was to be a top five finish after a steady and impressive drive by Jarrell.

"The car was really good throughout the race," Trey said. "The only problem I had was that it wasn't very good on restarts. Once I got to fourth, I really wanted the race to stay green to the end, because it was taking about ten laps after the restarts for the car to come in. I was better on long runs. We didn't have a car to compete for a win tonight, but thanks to Mark and the team we definitely would have been in the top five, which would have been good for us."

Asked how he felt about the incident, he was matter-of-fact. "I'm not really mad about it. I'm just disappointed for this team. I don't know if his spotter made a mistake or he just messed up or what, but I was on the brakes trying to get off him as soon as I realized what was happening. I just had nowhere to go there. I'm glad he was OK because he took a hard hit. It's just disappointing that we don't have better results to show for how well we've run a lot of this year. We've led laps, run in the top five a bunch and passed a lot of cars. This team does a great job giving me fast cars on a much smaller budget than many of our competitors have. I really want to win for them and for our corporate partners for all they do for me."

The team will regroup and head to the series' biggest race of the year, the North-South Shootout at Concord Motorsports Park in Concord, North Carolina November 3rd through November 5th.

For more information on Anderson's Pure Maple Syrup, visit their website at www.AndersonsMapleSyrup.com, like their Facebook page (Anderson's Maple Syrup) or follow them on Twitter (@AndersonsMaple).

For more information on Trey Jarrell Racing, like them on Facebook (Trey Jarrell Racing) or visit their website at www.treyjarrell.com. About Trey Jarrell Racing

Trey Jarrell is a 19-year-old late model stock car racer and a Business Marketing student at Liberty University who hails from Martinsville, Virginia.

Following a couple of seasons in the Quarter-Midgets, Trey moved to legends cars, having tremendous success with Kyle Beattie Racing as he continued to hone his racing skill set before moving to full-size cars.

He currently races a part-time schedule in the Pro All Star Series (PASS) South Tour for super late model cars, running for Mark Reedy and Reedy Racing.

Over the past two seasons, the team has been a top-five threat wherever they've raced together, currently getting support from marketing partners Kaytech, Anderson's Maple Syrup, JT Fuels, Port City Racecars and McGunnegill Engine Performance.

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PASS South 150 On Deck This Weekend For Reedy Racing and Trey Jarrell

HICKORY, N.C. - Despite getting caught up in a crash in their last outing at Virginia's South Boston Speedway, Trey Jarrell and Reedy Racing are highly confident coming into this Saturday night's PASS South 150 at Hickory Motor Speedway in Hickory, North Carolina.

Jarrell and the team have been consistently fast and have scored one top five and four top tens in their seven starts this year in the Pro All Star Series (PASS) South Tour for the Super Late Model division.

"I'm looking forward to getting back to Hickory," The Liberty University college student said. "I've led races there, been fast there, done about everything but win there so I have great faith in our Reedy Racing team to have the speed that we need to contend this Saturday."

Jarrell says a win at Hickory this weekend would make up for the last outing at South Boston, when his machine suffered heavy damage as the result of being caught up in a multi-car pileup during the main event.

"We just have no luck at South Boston it seems," the personable racer said. "We're always fast there, but we end up getting into someone else's mess. A win at Hickory would be like a win at a home track in a sense because I ran well there in legends cars and I've been so fast in the late model. I am excited about giving people a chance to sample some Anderson's Pure Maple Syrup and trying to take them, Kaytech, JT Fuels, Port City Racecars, McGunegill Engine performance and everyone else who has been a part of this season for the Reedy Racing Team to victory lane. Everyone involved in this effort works hard and their support means everything to me."

For more information on Anderson's Pure Maple Syrup, visit their website at www.AndersonsMapleSyrup.com, like their Facebook page (Anderson's Maple Syrup) or follow them on Twitter (@AndersonsMaple).

For more information on Trey Jarrell Racing, like them on Facebook (Trey Jarrell Racing) or visit their website at www.treyjarrell.com. About Trey Jarrell Racing

Trey Jarrell is a 19-year-old late model stock car racer and a Business Marketing student at Liberty University who hails from Martinsville, Virginia.

Following a couple of seasons in the Quarter-Midgets, Trey moved to legends cars, having tremendous success with Kyle Beattie Racing as he continued to hone his racing skill set before moving to full-size cars.

He currently races a part-time schedule in the Pro All Star Series (PASS) South Tour for super late model cars, running for Mark Reedy and Reedy Racing.

Over the past two seasons, the team has been a top-five threat wherever they've raced together, currently getting support from marketing partners Kaytech, Anderson's Maple Syrup, JT Fuels, Port City Racecars and McGunnegill Engine Performance.