JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour
Bud St. Amant Memorial 125
No. 1 JEGS.com Toyota Camry
This is Coughlin’s fifth Pro Late Model start of the season. He is currently leading the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour points by 70 over his crew chief, Jack Smith. Coughlin also leads the ARCA/CRA Super Series standings and is trying to become the first driver to win both Champion Racing Association championships in the same season.
Saturday night’s race is a 125-lap race at Spitzer Motor Speedway, formerly known as Mansfield Motorsports Park, in Mansfield, Ohio. It is Coughlin’s first race at Spitzer Motor Speedway.
The Last Race
Cody Coughlin was victorious his last time out with the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour. He took the victory on the high-banks of Indiana’s Anderson Speedway. The victory padded Coughlin’s JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour points lead over his crew chief, Jack Smith.
For the second time this season, Coughlin has the chance to win three straight races. Earlier this year Coughlin won three straight ARCA/CRA Super Series races at Toledo Speedway, Anderson Speedway, and Baer Field Motorsports Park. Currently, Coughlin has won two JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour races in a row at Salem Speedway and Anderson Speedway.
Cody Coughlin’s Team JEGS crew will be led by first year crew chief Jack Smith. Smith is joined by Kevin Hamlin (team manager), Scott Wimmer (spotter), and Dave Holt (crew member).
Cody is a third-generation race car driver. His family, including his father, John, has been successful in NHRA drag racing for decades. Cody, unlike his family predecessors, chose the path of circle-track racing rather than follow on the straight-line path set forth by the rest of his family. Cody’s mother, Di, and sister, Kennedi, attend Cody’s races in support of their favorite driver.
The Race Track
Spitzer Motor Speedway originally opened in 1959. The track, formerly known as Mansfield Motorsports Park, used to host NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour races. The facility closed in 2010, but reopened in 2016 as Spitzer Motor Speedway.
Cody Coughlin: Through the Years
Made first NCWTS start at Daytona International Speedway for Kyle Busch Motorsports.
Scored a top five and a top 10 at Nashville in the North/South Super Late Model Challenge.
Won ARCA/CRA Super Series race at Toledo Speedway in April.
Won ARCA/CRA Super Series race at Anderson Speedway in May.
Won ARCA/CRA Super Series race at Baer Field Speedway in May.
Won JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour race at Salem Speedway in June.
Won JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour race at Anderson Speedway in July.
Made first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start at Kentucky in July.
Made six ARCA Racing Series starts, capturing two poles (Talladega, Chicagoland), two top-fives, three top 10’s, and led a total of 28 laps.
Coughlin finished sixth on the road course at New Jersey Motorsports Park in an ARCA Racing Series event in June.
He ran eight ARCA/CRA Super Series Super Late Model races, with a best finish of second coming at the prestigious Winchester 400 in October.
Made 11 ARCA Racing Series starts, scoring three top five finishes, and eight top-10 finishes.
He had a best finish of fourth, twice, at Kentucky Speed and Kansas Speedway.
He had a streak of three-straight top-10 finishes twice.
Won the Winchester 100 ARCA/CRA Super Series race at Winchester Speedway.
Scored three top-fives and four top-10 finishes in four ARCA/CRA Super Series races.
2011 – 2013
Won the 2013 JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour championship.
Scored two victories in JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour competition (Dixie Speedway, Salem Speedway) in 2013
Scored seven top fives and nine top-10’s and two poles in addition to the two victories in JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour competition in 2013
Won the 2011 Howe Lettow Memorial Rookie of the Year Award for the JEGS / CRA All-Stars Tour.
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