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August 31st, 2014 - Keller Motorsports Enters Busy Labor Day Weekend
1Jeremy Keller opened a busy Labor Day weekend on Friday night at Dacotah Speedway (Mandan, North Dakota) with an IMCA Weekly Racing Series program in the Open Wheel Modified division. Keller finished eighth in his heat race to earn the 22nd starting spot in the twenty-four car grid for the finale. In the main event Keller mound a wicked charge to the front of the pack as he raced to a solid sixth place finish in the final rundown. Full results from the program are available at www.DocotahSpeedway.net

1The remainder of the Labor Day weekend found Jeremy heading to Gillette Thunder Speedway (Gillette, Wyoming) for the East/West Clash, which attracted many of the region's top drivers.

A doubleheader of competition was held on Saturday as Keller competed in both the Late Model and IMCA Open Wheel Modified divisions. Jeremy started his outing by locking into the eighth starting spot in the feature before settling to an eleventh place finish in the Late Model class. Twenty-nine IMCA Open Wheel Modified entries entered the program, and after winning his heat race Keller locked into the fourth starting spot for the feature. After racing in the top five for much of the event, Jeremy settled to a seventh place finish at the checkered flag.

The weekend drew to a close on Sunday evening with the final leg of the East/West Clash as Keller once again went into battle in a pair of divisions. In the Late Model class a fifth to second run in heat race action earned him the fifth starting spot on the feature grid. Jeremy went on to register a second place finish in the main event behind race winner, Eric Mass. John Bey, Mike Stadel, and Hank Berry rounded out the top five finishers. Unfortunately, Keller battled mechanical issues in the IMCA Open Wheel Modified feature, and retired early to a 20th place finish.

Full results from the weekend are available at www.GilletteSpeedway.com.


August 23rd, 2014 - Keller Motorsports Battle Mother Nature
1Jeremy Keller opened his weekend of racing action on Thursday evening at Norman County Raceway (Ada, Minnesota) with a Northern Late Model Racing Association (NLRA) event that saw twenty-four entries registered for battle. Keller raced to a seventh place finish in his heat race to lock into the feature.

Jeremy also competed in the Open Wheel Modified division against a field of twenty-two competitors. An eighth place finish in his heat race earned him a starting spot on the feature grid.

Unfortunately, rain began to fall before the main events could be contested, and the program was forced to be postponed.

1Friday night found the team back at Dacotah Speedway (Mandan, North Dakota) for an IMCA Weekly Racing Series program in the Open Wheel Modified. A stout field of thirty entries were on hand for the event, and a sixth to second run in his heat race earned Jeremy the ninth starting spot for the finale. In the feature Keller battled amongst the top ten for much of the event before crossing the finish line in eighth.

Full results from the event are available at www.NCRaceway.com or www.DocotahSpeedway.net

The team was scheduled to be in action at Jamestown Speedway (Jamestown, North Dakota) on Saturday night, but that event also fell victim to Mother Nature.


August 16th, 2014 - Busy Weekend for Keller Motorsports
1Thursday night found Jeremy Keller piloting his #11 Open Wheel Modified at Norman County Raceway (Ada, Minnesota), which saw thirty-five entries in the pits.

Heat race struggles left Keller to run a b-main, which he won to lock into the 21st starting spot for the feature. Jeremy ultimately retired early from the main event to a 20th place finish in the final rundown.

1Keller went into battle at Dacotah Speedway (Mandan, North Dakota) on Friday evening in an IMCA Open Wheel Modified event. Thirty-one entries converged on the oval, and a seventh to fourth run in his heat race positioned Jeremy starting sixteenth on the feature grid. Despite starting at the back of the pack, Keller charged through the field to take the checkered flag in third behind race winner, Masen Big Eagle, and Mark Dahl.

Looking for redemption, the team returned to Norman County Raceway (Ada, Minnesota) on Saturday night to close out the weekend. Jeremy advanced from fifth to finish third in heat race action, earning him the eighth starting spot for the finale. Unfortunately, a broken driveshaft on the opening lap of the feature would bring Keller's night to an early end.

Full results from the event are available at www.NCRaceway.com or www.DocotahSpeedway.net


August 12th, 2014 - Jeremy Keller Featured in Dirt Cast Interview
1IMCA Modified star and Wissota Late Model competitor Jeremy Keller of Mandan, ND joined Dirt Cast to talk about his career, racing an IMCA Modified, considering himself more of a modified driver than a late model driver, his success in the modified, the challenges he faces when racing both, Dacotah Speedway, the competition, being so close and his plans for the rest of the season. Keller drives the #11K Jiffy Lube of Bismark MB Customs in both modified and late model action.

To listen visit: http://dirtcast.com/iiMa/sound-off-jeremy-keller-imca-modified-081214/


August 9th, 2014 - Jeremy Keller Competes in Busy Weekend
1It was another ultra-busy weekend of competition for Jeremy Keller that opened on Thursday evening at Norman County Speedway (Ada, Minnesota) with a WISSOTA Blaine Brothers Challenge Series event that attracted twenty-seven entries.

Jeremy started his outing by winning his heat race to earn a spot in the evening's redraw, where he received the pole position on the feature grid with Pat Doar alongside. Doar went on to lead flag-to-flay in the main event while Keller settled in second. Zach Johnson, John Kaanta, and Chad Becker rounded out the top five finishers. Full results from the event are available at www.WISSOTA.org

1Friday evening found Keller back in the cockpit of his #11k Keller Motorsports/MB Customs Open Wheel Modified in a Weekly Racing Series event at Dacotah Speedway (Mandan, North Dakota). Thirty entries took part in the event, and a sixth to second run in his heat race positioned Keller starting tenth in the feature. He battled his way to a fourth place finish in the final rundown behind race winner, Mark Dahl, Shawn Strand, and Tracy Domagala. Full results from the program are available at www.DocotahSpeedway.net

1Keller switched back to his #11k MB Customs Late Model on Saturday night for Weekly Racing Series program at Viking Speedway (Alexandria, Minnesota). Fourteen racers were on hand for the event, and second place finish in his heat race positioned Keller starting on the pole for the feature. In the main even he battled for the lead early on before settling into a fourth place finish behind race winner, Rick Schroeder, Cody Skytland, and Jeff Wildung. Full results from the race are available at www.VikingSpeedway.net


August 2nd, 2014 - Keller Sees a Trio of Top Fives in Weekend Action
1Jeremy Keller and the Keller Motorsports team were in action at Brown County Speedway (Aberdeen, South Dakota) on Friday night.

In Super Late Model competitions Jeremy raced to a second place finish in his heat race, earning him the fourth starting spot on the feature grid. In the main event he raced around the top five throughout the event before crossing the finish line in fourth behind race winner, Bryan Berger, Kent Arment, and Thomas Weisgram.

A strong field of twenty-three Open Wheel Modifieds filled the pit area, as Keller battled the handle on his entry to a sixth place finish in heat race action. As a result he would start seventeenth in the finale before marching to a solid ninth place finish in the final rundown.

1On Saturday night action shifted to Jamestown Speedway (Jamestown, North Dakota) for Keller Motorsports. Once again pulling double duty, Jeremy first went into battle against a field of twenty-three NLRA Super Late Models. A convincing charge from seventh to second in his heat race positioned him starting sixth in the main event. In the feature he raced to a runner-up finish behind race winner, Brad Seng. Shane Edginton, Dustin Strand, and Zach Naastad rounded out the top five finishers.

As the weekend drew to a close, another stout field of twenty-two Open Wheel Modified competitors were on hand. Keller once again finished second in his heat race and advanced from his sixth starting spot to finish second in the feature behind race winner, Jason Grimes. John Nord, Jerry Lamb, and Randy Klein complete the remainder of the top five.

Full results from the events are available at www.BCSpeedway.com or www.JamestownSpeedway.com