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MEDIA KIT 2010

(Bill W) May 3, 2010 – It was a good start to the season for sprint car driver Skip Jackson. He drove from a row five starting spot to finish second in the season opener at the Knoxville Raceway. He’ll be back at it this week aboard the J&S Auto Sports #2 as the Interstate Racing Association brings their best to challenge the Knoxville regulars. Drawing the last pill, Skip qualified ninth in the field. “We qualified o.k., and that’s what you want,” says the Sydney, New South Wales native. “There was nothing about the night where we could complain too much. That was evident in his heat race when Skip shot from his starting spot outside of row two, and led all eight laps. “Things went well in time trials and hot laps, and we had the car working good,” he relates. “That gave us the confidence to move around a little bit and go some different places in the heat.” Skip’s qualifying effort netted him a starting spot inside row five for the feature. By the halfway point, he had worked his way forward into the top five. “The car and motor were really good,” he says of his Shaver powered J&J. “That made the job at lot easier for me.

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the runner-up position. He was able to grab it on the low side in the final corner. “(Heskin) was running the low side in one and two, and the high side in three and four,” he says. “On the restart, he went to the high side of one and two, and he kind of tricked me. Luckily, we were able to get around the bottom of three and four really good and got by him.” The second place finish resulted from the car getting better during the 20-lap feature. “At the start of the main event, I wasn’t that good,” says Skip. “But it got better the further we went, and towards the end, we could go top or bottom. When you can do that, you know things are on.” The team looks forward to competing at Knoxville again on Saturday. “I’m grateful for Graffiti Graphics giving us a good look to the car, Slideways, NRPS and Turfwerks for making it all happen,” says Skip. “Rob (Sirfus), Steve (Fitzpatrick) , and Paul (Jackson), are all a great help, and we’ll be ready for Saturday.” To learn more about Skip Jackson and the J&S Auto Sports #2 team, visit www.SkipJackson.net!

A mechanical issue arose late in the race, but an open red resulted from a crash on the frontstretch involving Ian Madsen. The crew was quick to remedy the issue, as Skip restarted third behind Don Droud Jr. and Davey Heskin with two laps to go. “I had a spark plug issue there, so we used that open red to deal with it,” says Skip. “When we got that fixed, it made a big difference.” With Droud out in clean air, Skip dealt with Heskin for MEDIA CONTACT: Rob Sirfus • 515-490-5147 • info@skipjackson.

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MEDIA KIT 2010 J&S AUTO SPORTS #2 SPRINT CAR DRIVER SKIP JACKSON - ‘97 & ‘98 Knoxville Champion - ‘97 & ‘98 & ‘99 World Series Champion Driver: SKIP JACKSON Team Owners: Paul Jackson, Rob Sirfus Chassis Builder: J&J Auto Racing Engine Builder: Ron Shaver PARTNERS: Slideways Karting Center, Davis Equipment, National RP Support, Turfwerks, Metalise it , Graffiti Graphics, Radio Shack, Knoxville Lazer Car Wash, Thisles Floral Shop, Baileys Auto PRODUCT SPONSORS: Bell Helmets,BDG Pumps, Central Iowa Fasteners, Crane Cams, DMI Racing Components, Donovan Engineering, Engler, Goodridge, Hoosier Tires, ISC Racers Tape, J&J Auto Racing, Joe Gibbs Driven, K&N Filters, Mark Burch Motorsports, Pro Shocks, PWR Radiators, Real Racing Wheels, RPM Racegear, Reviwear,Vortex Wings, WRT Web Designs, Wypall Towels CREW MEMBERS: Steve Fitzpatrick Aaron Hubler Rob Sirfus CONTACT INFORMATION: ROB SIRFUS Media Relations Coordinator Cell: (515) 490-5147 1801 E. Marion Street Des Moines, Iowa 50320

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MEDIA KIT CONTENTS: Section A: Current Press Release Page 1: Team Information/ Pre-Season Release Page 2: Pre-Season Release cont./Accomplishments Page 3: 2010 Schedule Page 4-5: Season Highlights / Career Wins Page 6: 2010 Partners INTERNET: WWW.SKIPJACKSON.NET

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PRE-SEASON PRESS RELEASE

(Bill W) April 27, 2010 – For a eighteenth year, Skip “Action” Jackson returns to weekly racing at Knoxville Raceway in the familiar J&S Auto Sports #2. Skip is a two-time track champion at Knoxville, and has never failed to finish outside of the top ten in the final point standings. He has finished in the top five in fourteen out of seventeen seasons at the famous ½ mile. Last winter, Skip had an opportunity to run where it all started…the Parramatta City Raceway near his hometown of Sydney, New South Wales in Australia. Twenty years ago seems like yesterday. “My first time in a sprint car was Christmas night of 1989,” reminisces Skip. “I’m just very grateful to have the people around me helping, and to be able to do this as long as I have. I’m just as excited as when I started driving, and when I first came here in 1991. It was just a huge deal just to race here (America) in the first place.” As far as the car goes, outside of Goodyear tires, not much has changed for 2010. “We’re back with J&J chassis and Shaver Motors, of course,” says Skip. “Slideways Karting Center and Turfwerks are among the partners who are helping us out again. We’ll be racing at Knoxville every Saturday night.” Paul Jackson and Rob Sirfus are back to - more -

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MEDIA KIT 2010 CAREER SPRINT CAR STATISTICS/ACCOMPLISHMENTS

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help form the J&S Auto Sports team. “With good people like my brother, Paul, and Robbie helping me…it makes a huge difference,” says Skip. “Hopefully, we’ll do a good job for them, and I’m happy to have my family in the stands watching us race.” For an unprecedented fifth straight time, Skip was voted the most popular driver among the young fans at Knoxville. He accepted the Junior Fan Club 410 Driver of the Year award at the banquet in November. “I’m very grateful for that,” he says. “The kids are great, and I appreciate them coming down. I remember when I was a kid, and it was pretty special for me. I can understand what it’s like.” Although the Slideways/Turfwerks #2 will still have a primarily black look, there will be some changes in design. “Graffiti Graphics just did a heck of a job with the car again this year, and I think the fans are going to like it,” says Skip. “I’m not much of a graphics guy, but they did a great job with the car.”

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Championship: 1993 Parramatta City Raceway in Australia 1996 Parramatta City Raceway in Australia 1997 Knoxville Raceway Champion in the U.S. 1997 World Series Sprint Car Champion in Australia 1998 Knoxville Raceway Champion in the U.S. 1998 World Series Sprint Car Champion in Australia 1999 World Series Sprint Car Champion in Australia 2000 - 2001 Australian Champion 1985 Second in New South Wales Dirt Championships 1991 Started racing in the U.S. finishing 14th in his 1st Knoxville Nationals 1992 Finished 4th in points in first full season at Knoxville Raceway 1993 Parramatta City Raceway Track Champion 1994 Won first feature event at Knoxville Raceway in U.S. 1995 Won New South Wales Sprintcar Title Won Australian/American Challenge 1996 Won second NSW Sprintcar Title Voted Australian Driver of the Year Won Racer’s Racer Award - Most respected racer among race rivals in Australia Winner of Kele American /Australian Race at the Knoxville Nationals Voted Australian driver and team of the year World Series Sprint Car Championship& Knoxville Raceway Track Championship 1998 Knoxville Raceway Champion & World Series Champion Voted Motorsports News Australian Competitor of the year Voted Australian Driver of the year, Warrnambool Classis Champion in Australia Kings Challenge Champion - Mt. Gambier in Australia National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Driver of the Year 1st Australian to be ranked among the top 30 driver in the world by U.S. Sprint Car Poll (28th) Winner of the Kele Associates American/Australian race at Knoxville Nationals Finished 2nd to Jeff Swindle at the Knoxville Nationals preliminary feature 1999 Voted Motorsports News Australian Competitor of the year Voted Australian driver of the year (4th year in a row) 11 Feature wins World Series Sprint Car Champion Won the Lyle Boyd “Hard Charger” Award 2000 Gained valuable experience racing with the toughest circuit in the United States in Pennsylvania Finished in the Top 10 in points race at all three tracks (Williams Grove, Selinsgrove & Port Royal) 2001 Won Australia’s most prestigious race “The Australian Title” Finished 5th in points at Knoxville Raceway 2002 Finished 2nd in points at the Knoxville Raceway 2003 Finished 5th in points at the Knoxville Raceway with 2004 Finished 3rd in points at the Knoxville Raceway. Finished 3rd in World of Outlaw race in June coming from 13th in the B Main 2005 Finished 5th in points at the Knoxville Raceway. Qualified for the A-Main at the Knoxville Nationals. 2006 4th in Points at the Knoxville Raceway. 2007 4th in Points at the Knoxville Raceway, Named one of the greatest 100 auto racing drivers in Australian history, joining only six other short-trackers on the list

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MEDIA KIT 2010 SKIP JACKSON - J&S AUTO SPORTS 2009 SCHEDULE/RESULTS Race Heat Date Track Location Qualifying Start Finish May 1 May 8 May 15 May 22 May 29 June 3 June 4 June 5 June 12 June 19 June 26 July 3 July 10 July 10 July 17 July 24 July 31 Aug. 7 Aug. 11 Aug. 12 Aug. 13 Aug. 14 Aug. 28 Sept. 4

Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceeway Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Raceway

Feature Start Finish

Point Standing

Knoxville, IA 9 - 15.685 4 1 9 2 2 Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA Knoxville, IA

2009 Numbers-to-date Total Races: 1 Wins: 0

Top Fives: 1

Top Tens: 1

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Racing Series Knoxville Cup Rnd 1 Knoxville Cup Rnd 2 Knoxville Cup Rnd 3 Knoxville Cup Rnd 4 Knoxville Cup Rnd 5 World Of Outlaws World Of Outlaws World Of Outalws Knoxville Cup Rnd 7 Mid Season Championship Knoxville Cup Rnd 9 Knoxville Cup Rnd 10 Twin Feature #1 Twin Feature #2 Knoxville Cup Rnd 12 Knoxville Cup Rnd 13 Knoxville Cup Rnd 14 Knoxville Race Knoxville Nationals Night 1 Knoxville Nationals Night 2 Knoxville Nationals Night 3 Knoxville Nationals Night 4 Knoxville Cup Rnd 15 Season Championship

Fast Qualifier Awards: 0

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MEDIA KIT 2009 SKIP JACKSON SEASON HIGHLIGHTS

1984 Skip started racing go-karts in the Sydney area.

1985 Skip was second in New South Wales Dirt Championships.

1986-88 Skip started racing Compact Speedcars (3/4 midgets) at Liverpool Speedway and learned

much from Rob Worthington. Lessons learned included the manufacture and set-up of cars from the ground up. Much can be attributed to today’s sprint cars and Skip’s dream of driving them.

1989 Skip arrived in the U.S. and helped Danny Smith, who was driving the Hammond/Gennes-

see Beer #56. Skip was on a crew with Brad & Steve Fox, who now field the non-wing car of 2006 Driver of the Year, Jon Stanbrough.

1990 Skip returned to Australia to help out car owner Barry Lewis and began his sprint car career driving Lewis’ car at Parramatta City Raceway (PCR) near Sydney.

1991

Skip exploded on the scene at PCR. He recorded the fast time of the night at the World Series Sprintcars (WSS) stop (13.890), and won three races during weekly competition. Back in the U.S., he would pilot the Sid Moore #2AU car at Knoxville. Debuting on June 15 with a sixth place finish, he went on to qualify for the main event in his first Knoxville Nationals ever. He finished fifth on his preliminary night, and ran 14th in the finale. His best weekly finish at Knoxville came the Saturday before Nationals when he followed fellow countryman, Max Dumesny to line, having surged from 11th.

1992 Driving for legend Bob Blacklaw at PCR, Skip won two races and finished third in points

at PCR in the #78. He drove the Robuck #12 at Knoxville and finished a respectable 4th in points in his first full year at the Sprint Car Capital of the World.

1993 Skip claimed the first championship of his career at PCR.

Driving for Brian Linigen and Rob Worthington, he claimed two wins. Driving for the Robuck team at Knoxville Raceway, he claimed tenth in points. It would be the only year to date that he competed full-time at Knoxville and finished outside of the top five.

1994 Again driving for Linigen and Worthington at PCR, Skip finished in the top five in the

standings. Skip scored his first Knoxville Raceway win by piloting the Robuck #12 to victory on Twin Features Night, July 9. A strong season saw him finish third in the points race.

1995 For the first time, Skip teamed with his brother Paul “Down Under”. The pair was helped

by Sid Moore, who supplied a car, and Bill Gibson Freight. The team caught fire towards the end of the Australian summer and pulled down five wins. Skip made the switch to the VanderEcken #10 team back in the States. He set a Knoxville six-lap record on August 5. He was fifth in the points hunt at Knoxville, and qualified for his second Knoxville Nationals finale, after a second place run on his preliminary night. A highlight of the weekend was his Australian/American Challenge win on Friday night. Skip also recorded a win at U.S. 36 Raceway near Osborn, Missouri on October 14.

1996 Skip was voted Australian Driver of the Year and won the “Racer’s Racer” Award from his

peers in his homeland. The awards followed an excellent season in which he teamed with brother Paul to win another championship at PCR and record eleven wins. Skip continued with the VanderEcken team through the Nationals in August. He garnered a win with them, before joining the Serace, Inc. #55 team. A win at the end of the year, foreshadowed a good run with the team. He finished third in the points race at Knoxville.

1997 Skip teamed with Terry Darvil and Bill Gibson to win WSS championship in his first year

running the entire schedule in the #7. He recorded three wins with the series (Claremont, Mount Gambier, Speedway City) and recorded seven fast times. He registered ten wins overall in Australia and was again voted Australian Driver of the Year. The racing team received the same honor. Back in the U.S., teaming with the Serace, Inc. #55 team paid off big time. He won the Knoxville Raceway track championship recording two wins along the way. He qualified for his third Nationals finale, and won his second Australian/American Challenge, paying $5,000 to win. He won his first career feature at Huset’s (SD) Speedway on May 18, and won his first Interstate Racing Association (IRA) feature at the Grant County Speedway in Lancaster, Wisconsin on September 6.

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SKIP JACKSON - CAREER WINS 1990 - 2009 1. Parramatta City Raceway 2. Parramatta City Raceway 3. Parramatta City Raceway 4. Parramatta City Raceway 5. Parramatta City Raceway 6. Parramatta City Raceway 7. Parramatta City Raceway 8. Parramatta City Raceway 9. Parramatta City Raceway 10. Knoxville Raceway 11. Parramtta City Raceway 12. Parramtta City Raceway 13. Parramtta City Raceway 14. Parramatta City Raceway 15. Parramatta City Raceway 16. US 36 Raceway 17. Parramatta City Raceway 18. Australia 19. Australia 20. Australia 21. Australia 22. Australia 23. Australia 24. Australia 25. Australia 26. Parramatta City Raceway 27. Parramatta City Raceway 28. Knoxville Raceway 29. Knoxville Raceway 30. Claremont Speedway 31. Australia 32. Australia 33. Borderline Speedway 34. Speedway City 35. Huset’s Speedway 36. Knoxville Raceway 37. Knoxville Raceway 38. Huset’s Speedway 39. Grant County Speedway

Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Knoxville, Iowa Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Cameron, Missouri Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Granville, Australia Knoxville, Iowa Knoxville, Iowa Claremont, Australia Australia Australia Mt. Gambier, Australia Richmond, Australia Brandon, South Dakota Knoxville, Iowa Knoxville, Iowa Brandon, South Dakota Madison, Wisconsin

November 2, 1990 1990/1991 Season 1990/1991 Season 1990/1991 Season 1990/1991 Season 1990/1991 Season 1992/1993 Season 1993/1994 Season 1993/1994 Season July 9, 1994 1994/1995 Season 1994/1995 Season 1994/1995 Season 1994/1995 Season 1994/1995 Season October 14, 1995 December 16, 1995 1995/1996 Season 1995/1996 Season 1995/1996 Season 1995/1996 Season 1995/1996 Season 1995/1996 Season 1995/1996 Season 1995/1996 Season January 10, 1996 January 13, 1996 June 8, 1996 August 31, 1996 November 29, 1996 1996/1997 Season 1996/1997 Season January 2, 1997 January 3, 1997 May 18, 1997 June 28, 1997 August 9, 1997 August 31, 1997 September 6, 1997

1998 Skip won eleven times “Down Under” and recorded his second WSS title in a row. Skip

recorded six wins (Claremont, Bunbury, Speedway City, Mount Gambier, Nyora, Newcastle) and recorded six quick times during the series run. He was voted Motorsports News Australian Competitor of the Year, Voted Australian Driver of the Year for the third consecutive time, won the Warnambool Classic, won the King’s Challenge at Mount Gambier, and was voted the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Australian Driver of the Year. Back at Knoxville, Skip dominated the competition in the #55 with seven feature wins. Skip led 120 feature laps on the season to lead all competitors. He won his third Australian/American Challenge at the Nationals, and qualified for his fourth finale, by strength of a second place finish on his preliminary night. He recorded another win at Huset’s Speedway on May 17.

1999 In a fierce battle with Randy Hannagan, Skip pulled off his third WSS title in a row in the #7.

The team was the only one to finish every race in the series. He had two wins (Speedway City, Newcastle) and two quick times. The team won five races overall in Australia. For the second year in a row, he was voted Motorsports News Australian Competitor of the Year, and for the fourth year in a row, was voted Australian Driver of the Year. Back in the U.S. Skip finished a close second to Terry McCarl in the Knoxville point race. The #55 won five times and led the most feature laps (96). Skip also showed his passing ability by winning the Lyle Boyd “Hard Charger” Award. He won the Season Opener at Knoxville for the second year in a row, won at Huset’s on May 23 and with the IRA at the famous Terre Haute (IN) Action track on April 10.

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MEDIA KIT 2010 SKIP JACKSON - SEASON HIGHLIGHTS (cont.)

2000 Skip finished third in WSS points behind Brooke Tatnell and Donny Schatz, and suffered

a few DNF’s and a couple crashes. He recorded one WSS win at Horsham and registered three quick times. He picked up the $10,000 to win race at Baccus Marsh before Christmas (’99). He also won “The Australian Title” race. After some strong seasons racing at Knoxville, Skip decided to test the tough central Pennsylvania circuit. Driving the famous Zemco #1z through May 16, he then finished the year in the Keen #53. Despite racing with some of the best locals in world, Skip was able to post a win at Port Royal Speedway on March 25. Despite driving for two teams, he finished in the top ten in points at Williams Grove Speedway, Selinsgrove Speedway and Port Royal. Despite recording the second quick time of the night in his return to Knoxville during the Nationals, a heat incident took him out of contention in one of the lightest cars ever weighed at the famous half-mile.

2001 Teaming with the Krikke #2 team, Skip started clicking in the middle of January and

finished third in WSS points behind Tatnell and Dumesny. He recorded one win (PCR) and three quick times. After a rubber-down track at Horsham, the team had the “honor” of being the first to be DQed for the weight rule in Australia. Skip won “The Australian Title” race for the second year in a row. Skip returned to Knoxville, and to the #55 team, now owned by Tony Vermeer. The team finished fifth in the points and recorded one win. Skip was named Knoxville Raceway 410 “Sportsman of the Year”.

2002 Teamed with the Krikke’s again, things didn’t go too well in Australia. Three total wins

were recorded, but none on the WSS tour, where he finished fifth. Driving the Robinson #21, Skip was had a very strong season. He finished second to McCarl in the points and recorded two wins.

2003 As the family started growing in the U.S., Australian endeavors declined. A few forays at

PCR were in the offing, but a third place run was best. Things kept rolling in the JTR Racing #21 back at Knoxville, where Skip finished fifth in points and recorded another win.

2004 Skip did not race in Australia, but formed the J&S Auto Sports #2 team with friend Rob

Sirfus and brother Paul Jackson for Knoxville. He recorded a third place points run and another Knoxville win. He was able to pull off his first 360 Sprint Invaders win, driving for the late famous car owner Rich DeReu. That win in the #50 came on September 25 at the Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa.

2005

The racing was limited at PCR in Australia as the track made its transition to 410 sprints, but the J&S Auto Sports #2 team was strong at Knoxville getting another win and garnering fifth in points. Skip qualified for his fifth Nationals finale and was voted the “Junior Fan Club” Driver of the Year, an award given to the young Knoxville fans’ favorite driver.

2006 Skip continued his limited schedule at PCR in Australia with his highest finish being third.

At Knoxville, the J&S Auto Sports #2 won another feature and finished fourth in points. The win meant that Skip had had at least one win in every full year he had raced at Knoxville (10 years). His 24 career wins rank ninth on the all-time list. Skip was again voted the Knoxville Raceway “Sportsman of the Year”, and “Junior Fan Club” Driver of the Year.

2007 Skip was honored to be voted among the 100 greatest drivers in Australian history. The

list was bestowed by Australia’s biggest weekly auto racing publication, Auto Action Magazine. The J&S Auto Sports #2 team finished fourth in points at Knoxville. Despite the disappointment after running in the top three for most of the year, the finish meant that Skip has finished in the top five in points for an unprecedented 14 of 15 years racing full-time at Knoxville. He recorded a win in his last race of the year at 34 Raceway in Burlington, September 2. He drove the Mark Burch #1m on occasion in some 360 specials as well. Skip competed in his seventeenth career Nationals appearance, which is tied for 20th alltime. He was voted the Knoxville 410 “Junior Fan Club” Driver of the Year for the third year in a row.

2008

40. Claremont Speedway 41. Bunbury City Speedway 42. Speedway City 43. Australia 44. Australia 45. Australia 46. Borderline Speedway 47. Nyora Speedway 48. Borderline Speedway 49. Premier Speedway 50. Newcastle Speedway 51. Knoxville Raceway 52. Knoxville Raceway 53. Huset’s Speedway 54. Knoxville Raceway 55. Knoxville Raceway 56. Knoxville Raceway 57. Knoxville Raceway 58. Knoxville Raceway 59. Australia 60. Australia 61. Australia 62. Speedway City 63. New Castle Speedway 64. Terre Haute Action Track 65. Knoxville Raceway 66. Knoxville Raceway 67. Knoxville Raceway 68. Huset’s Speedway 69. Knoxville Raceway 70. Knoxville Raceway 71. Blue Ribbon Raceway 72. Australia 73. Australia 74. Port Royal Speedway 75. Parramatta City Raceway 76. Australia 77. Knoxville Raceway 78. Knoxville Raceway 79. Knoxville Raceway 80. Knoxville Raceway 81. Knoxville Raceway 82. Lee County Speedway 83. Knoxville Raceway 84. Knoxville Raceway 85. 34 Raceway 86. Brisbane Speedway 87. Parramatta City Raceway 88. Knoxville Raceway

Claremont, Australia Bunbury, Australia Virginia, Australia Australia Australia Australia Mount Gambier, Australia Nyora, Australia Mount Gambier, Australia Allansford, Australia Tomago, Australia Knoxville, Iowa Knoxville, Iowa Brandon, South Dakota Knoxville, Iowa Knoxville, Iowa Knoxville, Iowa Knoxville, Iowa Knoxville, Iowa Australia Australia Australia Virginia, Australia Tomago, Australia Terre Haute, Indiana Knoxville, Iowa Knoxville, Iowa Knoxville, Iowa Brandon, South Dakota Knoxville, Iowa Knoxville, Iowa Horsham, Australis Australia Australia Port Royal, Pennsylvania Granville, Australia Australia Knoxville, Iowa Knoxville, Iowa Knoxville, Iowa Knoxville, Iowa Knoxville, Iowa West Point, Iowa Knoxville, Iowa Knoxville, Iowa Burlington, Iowa West Archfield, Australia Gransville, Australia Knoxville, Iowa

November 28, 1997 November 29, 1997 December 29, 1997 1997/1998 Season 1997/1998 Season 1997/1998 Season January 2, 1998 January 4, 1998 January 23, 1998 January 25, 1998 January 30, 1998 April 18, 1998 May 15, 1998 May 17, 1998 June 6, 1998 June 13, 1998 July 11, 1998 July 18, 1998 September 5, 1998 1998/1999 Season 1998/1999 Season 1998/1999 Season December 4, 1998 January 7, 1999 April 10, 1999 April 24, 1999 May 8, 1999 May 15, 1999 May 23, 1999 July 10, 1999 September 4, 1999 December 28, 1999 1999/2000 Season 1999/2000 Season March 25, 2000 January 20, 2001 2000/2001 Season July 14, 2001 June 15, 2002 August 24, 2002 May 3, 2003 July 10, 2004 September 25, 2004 July 30, 2005 July 15, 2006 September 2, 2007 Febuary 9, 2001 January 12, 2008 July 19, 2008

A Mains: 705 Wins: 88 Top 5: 301 Top 10: 482 Top 15: 582 Top 20: 657

Skip won his 25th career feature at the Knoxville Raceway, placing him ninth on the alltime list at the historic ½ mile facility. Skip drove the J&S Auto Sports #2 to an 8th place finish in the final 410 point standings at Knoxville. Skip ran 15 features with in the 410 class at Knoxville, posting four top fives and seven top tens. In January, Skip won for the first time on his home track since 2001. The victory came in Harry Delamont’s #14 at the Parramatta City Raceway near Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Skip was also voted the “Junior Fan Club” Driver of the Year at Knoxville for a record fourth time in a row.

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