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July 15 Results
Posted July 17, 2006 paxful

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Super Trucks Return to JRP for Fireworks Spectacular!
Posted July 2, 2005

 The USST Super Trucks returned to JRP Speedway for the 3rd time this season to put on a great show! #9 Rick Perry of Oklahoma City, remains undefeated here by winning for the 3rd time. Perry started in the 6th position flying by his fellow competitors, to take second spot by the 6th lap. He found it a little more difficult to pass the #92 Ryan Hicks. The duo of thundering trucks, fought each other for the lead for several laps, with Perry finally taking the lead for good on the 34th lap to go on and capture his third win of the season.
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Rain Washes Out June 17 Show
Posted June 18, 2005

Late afternoon showers forced cancellation of the June 17 regular program at JRP Speedway. Racing will resume on Saturday, July 1. The oval track will not be racing on June 24 due to the Kart Nationals. Coinmama

Father and Son Finish 1-2 at JRP Speedway
Posted June 12, 2005

Young Brady Demeree took home his seventh win of the season, Saturday night at JRP speedway outrunning his Dad, former IMCA Modified driver, Brad Demeree in the Pro Mini Stock Division. #55 Gregg Overstreet of Broken Arrow moved up to pole position when #7 Brad Demeree decided to scratch to the rear of the field. Overstreet beat #11 Bobby Milliser off the start and led the first two laps, before getting passed by the younger Demeree. Starting at the rear of the field, Dad Brad, passed #31 Herb Adkins on lap 14 to take third, and passing Milliser on lap 19 to take second, But Young Brady was too far gone for Dad to make a challenge.  Brady once again took the checkered flag. Brad second, Milliser third, Adkins fourth, and Gregg Overstreet rounded out the top five. Brady also won the heat.
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