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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.


Jarrell Tops the Field at Legendstock

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BETHEL, N.Y. (August 3, 2014) – He came, he saw, he conquered.

Legends Pro driver Trey Jarrell made the trip from Virginia to Bethel Motor Speedway this past Saturday to take part in the 7th annual LegendStock event. Jarrell was one of more than 40 drivers who came from eight different states and Canada to compete for the unique three-foot tall guitar shaped trophy and $1,500 winner’s payday in the INEX Asphalt Nationals qualifier.

Jarrell was one of several drivers who had never stepped foot at the track, but he adapted quickly to the tight quarter mile, posting the second fastest time in qualifying. The fastest time was posted by North Carolina native Carson Ferguson, who made a last-minute decision to head to LegendStock following the rainout at Bowman Gray Stadium the night before.

When qualifying and heat races were complete, 18 drivers were locked into the A main. The remaining 26 drivers made every effort to qualify through either the C main or B main. The C main was won by Jeffrey Lefcourt, who advanced to the B main along with Todd McCollum. Six drivers transferred from the B main to the A main – Artie Pedersen III, Joe Graf, Vinny Delaney, Tyler Truex, Joey Ternullo, and Collin Hoeffner.

Jarrell started the A main from the outside pole, alongside Ferguson. Jarrell got out front at the drop of the green, and Bethel regular Christian Eckes quickly came to second, bringing Mike Alcaro with him to take third. With 15 laps complete, Alcaro made his move to pass Eckes for the runner-up spot.

Once in second, Alcaro set his sights on Jarrell, and Alcaro overtook him for the lead just five laps later. At the same time, Brendon Bock took third from Eckes.

Alcaro and Jarrell continued to battle for the lead, but heartbreak struck for Alcaro when the caution flew at lap 32 and he was forced to the pits due to a dragging bumper. Bock, Eckes, and Ferguson were among those involved in the caution, changing the face of the race up front as Stevie Johns inherited the second spot and defending Bethel Pro/Masters champion Matt Evans was shuffled up to third.

Several cautions in the closing laps of the event meant that Jarrell had to stay on top of his game, as Johns was right on his bumper waiting for the slightest chance to get ahead.

Jarrell – a Pro division driver – was first to cross the line for the win in the prestigious event, followed by Johns.


Racecar Driver Trey Jarrell Adds Warrior Horsepower

The Wounded Warrior Equestrian Program has added its logo to the hood of the No. 12J Super Late Model racecar driven by up-and-coming driver Trey Jarrell. The first race is on Friday, July 25th at Indianapolis’s Lucas Oil Raceway (formerly known as Indianapolis Raceway Park). The sponsorship is as part of its national awareness and publicity program.

Jarrell, 17, is one of racing’s top prospects, amassing 23 victories across the last three years. A native of Martinsville, Va., this is Jarrell’s first year behind a Super Late Model, a division of racing that acts as a precursor to NASCAR.

“I’m thrilled that the Wounded Warrior Equestrian Program is joining our team,” said Jarrell. “Their mission deserves awareness and auto racing has a deeply loyal fan base than I’m sure is eager to take note.”

The Wounded Warrior Equestrian Program (WWEP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting Therapeutic Riding Facilities and Horse Rescue farms across the United States by providing rehabilitative services to Wounded Veterans of all Services.

This nationwide network of therapeutic riding program providers and horse rescues was founded in 2010 by Bridget Kroger, LTC US Army (Retired). Bridget is a graduate of the United States Military Academy, a 24-year veteran of the United States Army and a life-long equestrian. Having completed two tours in Iraq, she too is a Wounded Warrior.

The WWEP gives Veterans and Horses a new lease on life. WWEP defines Wounded Warrior as a Service Member, Veteran and Horses, while paying tribute to, who we believe to be the original Wounded Warrior, our native American Brethren. It is through Native American healing principles that people are discovering the “Healing Powers of Horses.”

Equine-assisted therapies were extremely instrumental in Bridget’s PSTD recovery process. Her belief that all Wounded Warriors need the experience of these age-old healing practices led her to institutionalize a program and coordinate a team of medical professionals, horse professionals, military professionals and farm operators across the U.S. to deliver equine-assisted therapies to veterans and service members.