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Jake Griffin - A Teen Driver Profile: From NASCAR to Speaking Out Against Distracted Driving To say Jake Griffin started racing from a young age would be an understatement. Jake still remembers the elation of Christmas morning when he was three years old: his dad gifted him a four wheeler. That year, he was already out racing in the circle track JV league. At age 5, he was racing adults. Age 7 saw him start on a circle track (NASCAR style) and the rest is history. At 17, Jake is already well-decorated with big dreams to be at NASCAR's top level. Read More>>

JAKE GRIFFIN RETURNS TO DRIVE ATI / BACKLOT AUCTIONS CHEVY MOORESVILLE, N.C. (August 15, 2016) - 17 year-old Jake Griffin returns to MB Motorsports to drive the #63 Advanced Trading / Backlot Auctions Chevy Silverado in the UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway. "Bristol is one of the tracks every short track racer in America dreams of racing at," says the young man from Quincy, IL. "I can't wait to race the Advanced Trading / Backlot Auctions Chevy there." Read More>>

Jake Griffin Earns Fourth-Place Finish at Eldora Speedway MOORESVILLE, N.C. (July 20, 2016) - On Wednesday evening, 17-year-old Jake Griffin earned a top-five finish in his first start in the No. 11 Backlot Auctions Toyota Tundra. The young dirt track ace, making only his fifth NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start, was fast right off the bat. In two practices on Tuesday evening, Griffin was eighth and 11th fastest. Read More>>

Jake Griffin to Pilot Red Horse Racing Tundra at Eldora MOORESVILLE, N.C. (July 14, 2016) - Jake Griffin will get behind the wheel of the Red Horse Racing No. 11 Toyota Tundra for the Aspen Dental Dirt Derby at Eldora Speedway on July 20. Read More>>

JAKE GRIFFIN TAPPED TO DRIVE TWO MORE RACES FOR MB MOTORSPORTS WRIGHT CITY, MO - After four promising runs in MB Motorsports' #63 Chevy Silverado, the team has signed 17 year-old Jake Griffin to drive in two more races this season. Griffin will next take to the track for the team at Bristol Motor Speedway, in the UNOH 200 on August 17th. Then, just two days after Griffin turns 18, he will get to race on the biggest track of his career in the season finale at Homestead - Miami Speedway in the Ford Ecoboost 200 on November 18th. Read More>>

GRIFFIN GETS STRONG START IN GMSP DEBUT, BUT NIGHT ENDS EARLY FOR VATTEROTT / DHT CHEVY WRIGHT CITY, MO - Racing at a new track is a daunting task, but by watching 17 year-old Jake Griffin, you'd never know he had never raced at Gateway Motorsports Park. When the track opened for first practice Saturday morning, it was Griffin's first chance to turn competitive laps at the 1.25 mile track in and the #63 Vatterott Educational Centers / Dirty Hand Tools / Jefferson's Chevy. After making great progress in the two practice sessions, mechanical trouble ended the team's night early in the Drivin' For Lineman 200 Read More>>

VATTEROTT EDUCATIONAL CENTERS SHOWCASES AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAMS; DIRTY HAND TOOLS DOES TWITTER PROMOTION FOR GATEWAY WRIGHT CITY, MO - When the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series returns to Gateway Motorsports Park for the Drivin' For Lineman 200, it will be a special treat for everyone at MB Motorsports. The team, based just 60 miles west of the track gets to race at their 'hometown' track. 17 year-old racer, Jake Griffin, who grew up in Quincy, IL will make his second start of the season when he climbs behind the wheel of the #63 Vatterott Educational Centers / Dirty Hand Tools Chevy Silverado on Saturday. Read More>>

Jake Griffin Anxious For Gateway Motorsports Park Debut ST. LOUIS - Fresh off his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCTWS) race in a year, Jake Griffin is excited to head to Gateway (Ill.) Motorsports Park aboard the No. 63 / Bridge Port Automotive Chevrolet Silverado and racing for a second consecutive weekend. Read More>>

Jake Griffin Saddles Up For NASCAR Truck Return At Iowa Speedway NEWTON, Iowa - He's back. Returning to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) tour for the first time since Iowa Speedway since last June, youngster Jake Griffin will pilot the No. 63 Vatterott College Chevrolet Silverado for MB Motorsports. Read More>>

Jake Griffin Returns to Drive Vatterott / Dirty Hand Tools Chevy 17 year-old Jake Griffin returns to MB Motorsports to drive the #63 Vatterott Educational Centers / Dirty Hand Tools Chevy Silverado in the Speediatrics 200 at Iowa Speedway.

"We had a great run in qualifying last year at Iowa," says the young man from Quincy, IL. "We started 15th, but it didn't take long for our night to go bad, so I feel like we have something to prove. Plus, Vatterott Educational Centers will have a bunch of their people there with us. I'm very excited to get back behind the wheel of the Vatterott / Dirty Hand Tools Chevy. Read More>>

May 4, 2016 - Venturini Motorsports Adds Jake Griffin To ARCA Lineup Venturini Motorsports (VMS) and Jake Griffin Racing jointly announced today the pairing for two ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards races in the No. 15 Toyota Camry.

The Quincy, Illinois native will make his debut on Aug. 21 in the running of the Central Illinois 100 at the Illinois State Fairgrounds. Two weeks later, he'll return to the seat at the DuQuoin (Ill.) State Fairgrounds for the annual Labor Day General Tire Grabber 100 tradition on Sunday, Sept. 4. Read More Here>>

April 16th, 2016 - Jake Griffin Finds Victory Lane! "We got the win tonight at I-44 Speedway!!! I can't begin to thank everyone enough for making this possible, first off Don Atkinson for giving this opportunity, my dad for always doing all he can do to make sure everything runs smoothly, the crew guys, James Kirby, Steve, and Dale M-Test, and Paige Higgins for always being there for me. All the amazing sponsors that make it possible, Vatterott College, Racing Air Products, Kay Johnny Dreher and 007 Carbs, Brennon Willard for letting us use your shop, and all the fans for coming out and supporting us each and every week because if it wasn't for you guys it wouldn't be possible! We will take over the top spot in the Championship Hunt also!" - Jake Griffin

December 29th, 2015 - The 2015 season was a year of transition for Jake. After beginning the year by competing in the UMP DIRTCar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park (Barberville, Florida) in his Modified, Griffin enjoyed a very memorable moment on March 28th. On that date he entered the first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event of his young career. The then 16-year-old competed in the Kroger 250 at Martinsville Speedway (Martinsville, Virginia), where he turned several solid laps for the legendary Mittler Brothers team. He ran in the top 20 most of the day before late-race mechanical issues resulted in him finishing in the 26th position. Griffin was the youngest driver to compete in the event. The qualifying effort marked the best for the Mittler Brothers team to that point in the season. In NCWTS action he also qualified 14th at Iowa Speedway (Newton, Iowa), which at the time marked the Mittler Brothers team best qualifying effort since the series was created in 1995. It was truly a year of learning and development for the talented racer.

With another successful season in the rearview mirror the young driver now looks intently to 2016 with bright eyes. He will drive for Don Atkins in the NASCAR Whelen Late Model division. While he has to wait another year to be eligible for superspeedway events (must be 18-years-old), Griffin plans to enter several NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) events in 2016 as he progresses through the ranks. When not competing on pavement, Griffin again plans to return to his roots to burn up tracks throughout the Midwest in both the Dirt Modified and Dirt Midget ranks.

December 19th, 2015 - Jake Griffin made his career debut in the USAC Midget division powering the Vatterott College #6R machine for the Junior Knepper 55 at the Southern Illinois Center (DuQuoin, Illinois) on Saturday night. Recording an 8th place finish in his 8-lap heat, Griffin got one more shot at the 55-lap feature affair with a Last Chance Qualifier event. Coming up short of a transfer spot, Jake retired a 3rd place finish in the 10-lapper. (STL Racing Photos)

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September 26th, 2015 - On Thursday night Jake Griffin made the trip to Tri-City Speedway (Granite City, Illinois) teaming up with Ken Schrader Racing and Vatterott College for the three-day Modified Mania. Powering the #08 machine in a field of 65 cars, Griffin logged a 6th place heat finish transferring him into the C-Main. Following a consolation race win, Jake needed a 6th spot or better to make the main event. Finishing in 17th in the B-Main, Jake had two more chances the next two days to make the show. (STL Racing Photos)

Drawing a field of 74 Open Wheel Modifieds on Friday night, Jake Griffin recorded a 5th place finish in his heat. Needing a 6th place finish or better in his B-Main to make the show, Jake logged a 6th place finish. Competing in a stout field of 24 entries, Jake registered an 18th place outing in the A-Main.

Wrapping up the busy weekend, Jake Griffin recorded an 8th place spot in his heat transferring him into the C-Main. Transferring the top four into the B-Main, Griffin retired a 12th place finish bringing an early end to his night.

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September 19th, 2015 - Jake Griffin headed to Lebanon I-44 Speedway (Lebanon, Missouri) on Saturday night piloting Don Atkinson’s #08 Pro Late Model. Competing in the final Nascar Pro Late Model event of the season at Lebanon, Griffin checked in with the 2nd fastest qualifying time. Cruising to a heat race win, Jake earned a 12th place starting spot for the Salute to 75 presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts. Improving eight spots in the 75-lapper, Jake Griffin held on to his 4th place spot after he experienced brake failure, finishing behind Kyle Donahue, Mike Slone, and JC Newell, with Brennon Willard coming in 5th.

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September 6th, 2015 - On Sunday night Jake Griffin returned to action behind the wheel of his Fierge Auto Sales #08 Open Wheel Modified at Quincy Raceway (Quincy, Illinois).  Drawing a field of 13 UMP Modifieds, Griffin earned the 5th place starting spot for his heat with the 9th fastest time in qualifying. Holding on to his 5th place starting spot in his heat, Jake transferred into the feature with 9th place starting position. Notching a top ten finish, Jake Griffin scored a 9th place outing in the A-Main.

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