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July 26th, 2014 - Jeremy Keller Competes in North Dakota Governor's Cup
1Jeremy Keller was in action at his home track over the weekend as he competed in the North Dakota Governor's Cup at Dacotah Speedway (Mandan, North Dakota).

Action opened on Friday night in the IMCA Open Wheel Modified division as preliminary action was contested. With forty-eight entries in the pits Jeremy began the weekend by winning his heat race to earn a spot in the dash, where he finished fourth to lock into the ninth starting spot for Saturday night's finale. In the feature Keller advanced to a fifth place finish behind race winner, Jeff Taylor, Aaron Turnbull, Hank Berry, and Jerad Thelen.

1Friday night also found the Super Late Model division in action, for a WISSOTA Blaine Brother Challenge Series program which drew a field of twenty-nine entries to the oval. Jeremy charged from ninth to finish third in his heat race to lock into the eighth starting spot for the feature. He battled amongst the top ten throughout much of the event before crossing the finish line in seventh.

Keller also piloted his #11 Super Late Model on Saturday evening, which saw twenty-six competitors register for the $2,000-to-win program. Struggles in heat race action found Jeremy starting nineteenth in the main event. Despite starting near the back of the pack, Keller sliced through the field en route to a sixth place finish in the final rundown.

Full results from the event are available at www.DacotahSpeedway.net and www.WISSOTA.org


July 19th, 2014 - Keller Finds Victory Lane on Saturday Night at BMP
1After a few days away from the track to catch his breath from the Dakota Classic Modified Tour, Jeremy returned to the seat of his #11 Keller Motorsports Open Wheel Modified at Dacotah Speedway (Mandan, North Dakota) on Friday night. Twenty-six entries took to the oval for the program, and via a sixth to second run in heat race action locked Keller into the ninth starting spot for the feature. During the course of the main event he charged to the front, passing seven cars en route to a second place finish behind race winner, Spencer Wilson. Mark Dahl, Drew Christianson, and Shawn Strand rounded out the top five finishers. Full results from the event are available at www.DacotahSpeedway.net

1Jeremy concluded his weekend with a trip to BMP Speedway (Billings, Montana).

In Super Late Model competition Jeremy earned the seventh starting spot on the feature grid following his win in the first heat race. In the main event Keller progressively worked his way forward, and would go on to claim his fifth win of the season over Kelly Hample, Dan Henrikson, Jeremy Meirhofer, and Lynn Amick.

Behind the wheel of his #11 Keller Motorsports/MB Customs Open Wheel Modified Jeremy went into battle against a field of twenty-seven entries at the 3/8 mile oval. A $2,500 winner's check was posted for competitors in the Montana Modified Mayhem. A fourth to second run in heat race action positioned Keller starting twelfth in finale. In the feature he retired to an eighteenth place finish in the final rundown.

Full results from both divisions are available at www.BillingsMotorsportsPark.com


July 11th, 2014 - Keller Competes in Dakota Classic Modified Tour
1Jeremy opened the 2014 edition of the Dakota Classic Modified tour on Sunday evening in his #11 Open Wheel Modified at Nodak Speedway (Minot, North Dakota). Eighty-four competitors filled the pit area for the program, and unfortunately the struggles continued for the Keller Motorsports team as they failed to reach a transfer position in either heat race or b-main action. As a result, their night was brought to an early end.

Monday night found the second round of the series being contested at Estevan Motor Speedway (Estevan, SK) as sixty-seven competitors registered for battle. Jeremy finished third in his heat race which left him just short of locking into the finale, but a third place finish in the b-main would earn him the eighteenth starting spot on the feature grid. In the main event mechanical issues brought his night to an early end, and an eighteenth place finish in the final rundown.

Williston Basin Speedway (Williston, North Dakota) was the destination for the team on Monday night for the third round of the Dakota Classic Modified Tour. With seventy-six IMCA Open Wheel Modifieds entered Jeremy unfortunately battled mechanical issues on his #11k Keller Motorsports/MB Customs Open Wheel Modified throughout the night, and ultimately failed to reach a transfer spot into the main event.

Wednesday evening took the team to Southwest Speedway (Dickinson, North Dakota) to do battle with seventy-nine entries in the fourth round of the mini-series. Jeremy would charge from ninth to claim the win in his heat race, locking into the fourth starting spot on the feature grid. With passing being difficult in the finale Keller went on to finish fourth behind race winner, Ryan Ruter, Jeff Taylor, and Jordan Grabouski.

Dacotah Speedway (Mandan, North Dakota) saw a record setting field of ninety-two entries on hand on Thursday night for Round #5 of the Dakota Classic Modified Tour. Keller once again claimed his heat race win, which earned him the fifth starting for the $2,000-to-win main event. In the feature Jeremy battled amongst the top five throughout the event before crossing the finish line in third behind race winner, Jordan Grabouski, and Masen Big Eagle.

Jeremy closed out the 2014 Dakota Classic Modified Tour on Friday evening at Jamestown Speedway (Jamestown, North Dakota) for an event that drew eighty entries to the oval. Jeremy started his night with a tenth to sixth run in heat race action, which left hi short of locking to the main event. As a result he would have to run a b-main where he started ninth. Unfortunately Keller failed to reach a transfer spot in the b-main, bringing his night to an early end.

Full results from the events are available at www.DakotaClassicModTour.com.


July 5th, 2014 - Keller Suffers Mechanical Issues at Estevan
1Jeremy Keller jumped north of the border on Saturday evening to compete in a Weekly Racing Series program behind the wheel of his #11 Open Wheel Modified at Estevan Motor Speedway (Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada). With twenty-five entries going into battle, Jeremy's night came to an end before it ever really got started when a mechanical failure forced him to scratch from the balance of the program.