DJ Shaw Fights Blistering Tires in Eleventh Place Effort at White Mountain

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North Woodstock, NH – DJ Shaw and the #60 Precision JLM Racing team went into Saturday nights race at White Mountain Motorsports Park looking to bring back their dominant form that they had at the bullring when Shaw was coming up through the ranks and before the recent repave. However, a rough race and blistering tires kept Shaw from competing for a win, but he was able to maintain his points lead after finishing in a hard fought eleventh place. After finishing in the sixth position in his heat race, Shaw would start the 150 lap feature event from the 13th position.  Charging into the top ten early on, Shaw saw himself running in the eighth spot already after just 20 laps.  The race started to go south after that however, as Shaw began to lose ground and speed from the race leaders.  He would fall a lap down during a long green flag run in the race, and could not get back on the lead lap despite a late race caution.  He would be able to hang on for an eleventh place effort, just one lap down. Shaw now holds on to a 60 point advantage over race winner Johnny Clark with just two races left.  The Pro All Stars Series North will make their way to Star Speedway on Saturday night, October 1st for the PASS Make-A-Wish 150. The first race will roll out at 4:30PM at the small bullring in Epping, NH, a track that Shaw has had his fair share of success at in recent years. Just before their race on Saturday, DJ Shaw had four cars he built out of Dale Shaw Racecars finish in the top five in the prestigious American Canadian Tour Invitational at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Congratulations to Eddie MacDonald, Jimmy Hebert, Alex Labbé on their podium finishes and Bobby Therrien on his fifth place finish. For more information, news and their online store, visit www.djshaw60.com and follow them on Facebook at Precision JLM Racing.