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Peyton Sellers Racing
For several years, Peyton Sellers has supported and promoted SkillsUSA both on and off the track.

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Champions at Work

Peyton Sellers at the 175 at the
New Hampshire Motor Speedway

On September 18, 2010, Peyton Sellers drove a Chevrolet truck with the SkillsUSA logo emblazoned on it in the 175.Below are a couple of photos from the event.

Peyton Sellers' truck

Peyton Sellers' truck

Peyton Sellers at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Peyton Sellers will be behind the wheel of a Nationwide Series car again in the upcoming New England 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on June 26.

Watch Peyton practice Friday, June 25 starting at 10:30 a.m. on the SPEED channel. Peyton will qualify Saturday morning at 10:30, also on the SPEED channel, for a spot in the New England 200 to be broadcast on ESPN Saturday at 2:30 p.m. EDT.

Sellers will drive the #25 Sellers Racing Chevrolet carrying a SkillsUSA paint scheme. Help us wish Peyton good luck!

Peyton Sellers' SkillsUSA car

Sellers "Storms" His Way to First
with Six Laps to Go at Toyota All-Star Showdown

Jig-A-Loo USA, Inc., says Peyton Won
Sponsor to Honor Promotional Campaign

The Winners Circle

Despite the heavy rain and multiple weather delays at Irwindale Speedway, Peyton Sellers and his #83 Jig-A-Loo Chevrolet proved again why they are one of the most inspiring race teams in NASCAR.

Showing that perseverance and heart are just as important as talent, Peyton Sellers led the last five laps of the Toyota All-Star Showdown before a rough collision took him out only yards from the finish line. Impressed by Sellers performance both on and off the track, his sponsor, Jig-A-Loo USA, Inc., announced it will honor the SkillsUSA “Watch with Peyton and Win!” campaign by providing a full travel scholarship to the 2009 SkillsUSA National Convention in Kansas City, Missouri on June 21-26, 2009.

Starting the race in 21st place, Sellers was involved in the fourth caution flag of the evening on lap 55 when the #50 car of pole sitter Chris Johnson spun in front of him. The damage to the right side of his #83 Jig-A-Loo Chevrolet was extensive, but only cosmetic. After restarting on the lead lap but in 30th place, Sellers mounted one of the biggest come from behind charges in the history of the Toyota All-Star Showdown. With 244 laps completed and only six laps to the checkered flag, Sellers had made his way back to the front of the pack, passing both Jason Bowles and 2009 Sprint Cup driver Joey Logano to take the lead. On the 249th lap of the race coming out of turn four and into the final stretch, Logano collided with Sellers hard against the wall, leaving the #83 Jig-A-Loo Chevrolet stopped just yards before the finish line. Peyton finished in 13th place to conclude the last race of the 2008 season.

"The outcome of the race was obviously unfortunate for us. Our team worked very hard this week to get us prepared and we had a great car. Although we had an incident on the final lap of the race, we fought hard all day to put ourselves in contention to win," said Peyton Sellers, #83 Jig-A-Loo Chevrolet. "I am so proud of our team and group of sponsors. This race is so special to me on many levels. The race marked our first partnership with Jig-A-Loo and SkillsUSA and without their support we couldn’t have pulled this off. We had more than 15 students from SkillsUSA out here to cheer our team on and I am so thankful for their enthusiasm."

The Winner's Circle

Trip to NLSC - Student and Advisor

Zac Wood and Vicky Carter, Hart County High School, Hartwell, Ga.

Crew Shirt Winners

Greg Beachey, Elkhart Career Center, Elkhart, Ind.
Mike Raney, Limestone County Career Technical Center, Athens, Ala.
Michaela Stewart, North Technical High School, Florissant, Mo.
Kim Davis, TTC Athens, Athens, Tenn.
Steve Barley, Artesia High School, Artesia, N.M.


Peyton Sellers and car

Here are a few pictures from race day:

 Jig-A-Loo car

 Jig-A-Loo car