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Teen Driver Celebrates First Career Sprint Car Feature Win at Spoon River Speedway

Jordan Goldesberry has been racing since he was only five-years-old. The Springfield, Illinois resident started with Quarter Midgets in 1996 and moved up to 600cc Mini Sprints in 2003. He graduated to Sprint Cars in 2007.

Heat race winner Jason Goldesberry at Spoon River Speedway in Canton, Illinois
Heat race winner Jason Goldesberry at Spoon River Speedway in Canton, Illinois
At 17-years-old, Goldesberry has been a model of consistency through the 2008 campaign. He posted thirteen Top 10 feature finishes with the Iowa based Ideal Ready Mix Sprint Invaders and the Illinois based O’Reilly Midwest All Star Series.

Teen Jason Goldesberry has been on the racing circuit since he was five years old. He began with Quarter Midgets, to Mini Sprints and now runs Sprint cars with K&N filters
Teen Jason Goldesberry has been on the racing circuit since he was five years old. He began with Quarter Midgets, to Mini Sprints and now runs Sprint cars with K&N filters.
At Spoon River Speedway in Banner, Illinois Goldesberry ran in the front of the packed field of cars. After winning both dashes he launched the K&N Filters from the pole position of the 25 lap A-main.

Goldesberry fell back two spots shortly after the green flag waved but patiently waited. By lap 12, he moved into second place. One circuit later, the race leader made contact with another car and he stopped on the front stretch. Goldesberry propelled to the front of the pack and took home his first career sprint car feature win.

“We use K&N products,” said Jack Goldesberry, Jordan’s father. “K&N keeps the dirt out of our engines.”

The remainder of the racing season for Goldesberry Motorsports includes nine nights of racing in the next three weekends.

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