djshaw_headshotNorth Conway, NH – Riding on a streak of five straight top five finishes, DJ Shaw and the Precision JLM team have fought and clawed their way back into the championship race with just one race remaining in the Pro All Stars Series North season.  Shaw sits just seven markers behind Cassius Clark in the title fight.  With the position they are in going into this weekend’s race at Oxford Plains Speedway, he knows going for the win is their only option.

“We’ve got nothing to lose, it’s going to take a lot for us to fall from third in the points so we are going there to win,” Shaw said about this weekend, “If we can do that, then everything else will take care of itself, it’s taken a lot of hard work just to get to this point.”

In the first three events at Oxford Plains Speedway, Shaw hasn’t had as good of runs as the team has been capable of.  Struggling for much of the season opener, Shaw fought his way to finish sixth at the finish.  The week before the TD Bank 250, Shaw had a great race and led the most laps before finishing second.  In the TD Bank 250, Shaw had a top five car all day, but got behind during a round of pit stops that ultimately lead to an accident ending his day early.  This time however, Shaw has momentum on his side as no other driver has been as consistent as the 60 Precision JLM team has been in the final third of the season.

The action will kick off on September 28th with heat races at 1:00PM.  The Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150 lap event will follow afterwards.  The three drivers racing for the championship, Shaw, Clark and Joey Doiron are all going for their first in PASS North competition.  It is set to be a great afternoon of racing.  Get to the track on Saturday to see a champion be crowned and support DJ Shaw and the Precision JLM team!

Learn more about DJ Shaw and the Precision JLM team on Facebook at the Precision JLM Racing page, on Twitter @djshaw60 and on the web at

Story by Evan Beaulieu