JMR Clinches National Title

Hillsboro, NH– Jake Matheson Racing clinched the INEX/US Legend Cars Young Lions
national championship title on Oct. 27 at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
“Last season we set the goal to be a contender for the 2018 national title,” Matheson said.
“It took a lot of effort, but we made it.” He added, “We went into the weekend ranked third
behind two very tough competitors. So, I had my work cut out for me.”

Matheson and his team are accustomed to hard work, having raced his SignWorks New
England Legend Car in more than 30 races at 11 different tracks across the country. During
the course of the season, he earned six feature wins and over 20 top five finishes. In
addition, Jake is the 2018 Legend Car Champion at Seekonk Speedway in Massachusetts,
where he ran their weekly Fast Fridays Series.


Kadyn Berry Making Memories at NHMS

story by Chris Roy

Kadyn Berry of  Goffstown, NH was a rookie this past season racing in the J&J YOLK Bandolero Series at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.  “After winning Championship and Rookie of the Year in karts, I wanted more of a challenge.”


After a long season of racing Kadyn recalls his most memorable moments of the bando series.  “Each podium and memories racing with my family.”


Trent Goodrow – One of the hardest tracks to learn.

photo by RPM 360

Story by Chris Roy

Trent Goodrow, of Carver, MA.  is one of the young drivers this season, racing in the #31MA legend car. “What made me decide to run legends was the challenges that I would face. There are many great drivers in this division and the legend cars are one of the hardest cars to drive. That being said I knew I would learn a lot about car control and be a better driver.”


J&J’S YOLK & Co. is the new sponsor for the Granite State Legends Series.  “My favorite thing about running in the YOLK Legends Series is racing at NHMS. The track we run there is completely different then every other track I’ve raced on. The front stretch is completely flat then center of the corner we go up the banking of the big NASCAR track, we run down the banked backstretch into turns 3 and 4 onto a transition back onto the flat. It was definitely one of the hardest tracks to learn.”