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1July 22nd, 2015 - Jake Griffin entered the 1-800-Car-Cash Mud Summer Classic with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCTWS) on Wednesday evening at the famed Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio). The event marked his first start with the series on dirt.

During practice sessions early in the day the 16-year-old recorded some of the fastest laps in the field in the #03 Outdoor Power Inc. Chevrolet Silverado. Unfortunately the team would battle tire issues in qualifying and heat race action. As a result he was forced to start 9th on the grid for the last chance qualifier. He would surge through the field to a 4th place finish, but with only the top two finishers advancing to the finale, Jake’s outing came to an early end.

“We had a much better truck than what we were able to show early in the night due to tire problems, but that’s just how it goes sometime,” said Griffin. “I want to thank all of my supporters and sponsors for this opportunity. This deal came together at the very last minute, and we gave it our best shot. We’ll just turn our focus to our next opportunity.”

Full results from the event are available at

1July 4th, 2015 - On Saturday Jake Griffin visited Lebanon I-44 Speedway (Lebanon, Missouri), competing in the JEGS/CRA Division for the Mercy Masters Event. The highest-paying NASCAR Late Model event of the 2015 season drew a stellar field of 37 entries to the paved oval. The talent-laden field included some of racing's most well-known names. Griffin logged the 19th quickest qualifying lap in time trials, which locked him into the 19th starting spot on the starting grid for the 144 lap, main event. Starting 30 cars, Jake worked his way to accomplish an 11th place spot in the A-Main.

The top three spots were claimed by members of some of the NASCAR fraternities most notable names with John Hunter Nemechek taking the win over Matt Wallace and Sterling Marlin. At 15-years-old, Jake was the youngest driver in the top 16.

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