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UserName: JessWilliamsRacing55

Real Name: Jess Williams

Hometown: Hickory Flat, MS

Tracks Where I Race: Iowa Speedway, ORP, Nashville Fairgrounds, Nashville Super Speedway, Memphis Motorsports Park, Columbus Speedway, North Alabama Speedway, Pine Ridge Speedway...

Non-Racing Hobbies: Hunting and Fishing


Classes I've Raced: IMCA Modifieds, NASCAR All American Super Trucks, United States Super Trucks

Classes I Currently Race: IMCA Modifieds, United States Super Truck, and Hopefully ARCA

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Victory Lane Nashville Fairgrounds

My Dad and I before a race at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway

Me sweeping our pits, my wife was mad..."You can do it at the races but not at home? she said."


Nashville Super Speedway...Second Place.


Hello, My Name is Jess Williams. THANK YOU for looking at my page!!! I'm a 23 year old aspiring race car driver from Mississippi. I've raced dirt and asphalt cars over the course of my 13 year career, which include WKA Karts, IMCA Dirt Modifieds, Dirt Late Models, NASCAR Division Asphalt Super Trucks, United States Super Truck Series Trucks, and hopefully soon to be ARCA. I've won in EVERY division I've ever raced in, along with Rookie of the Year and Champion honors too. I graduated from High School in 2004, and decided not to attend college right away to chase my NASCAR dreams. Since, I have tried any and every way to make them come true. We don't have deep pocket's or fancy haulers. We do all we can with all we have, in doing so, I've had to do alot of things myself. That's only a plus if you look at it from my point of view! I've learned how to know exactly what my race car's doing and how to fix it, that's a huge plus when communicating with a crew chief and team. I've also done alot of my own fabricating. People and connections can make someone in this buisiness. I try to do alot of personal appearences and shows so I can do everything I can for my sponsors. Also, to involve as many kids I can with my team. They are the future of this sport, and they are a blast to hang out with, espically when they get to sit in the cars, their faces really light up! 2010 will be a slow year for me, my wife Anna and I are expecting our first child, and I'm trying to sell my race cars and secure a sponsor for 2011. I'm trying to purchase an ARCA car and possibly make a few races in 2011. My team and I work very hard for everything we've achieved, and will continue to do so until we reach our goals. If you would like to find out more about me or my team, or would like to consider becomming a sponsor please log onto also design my own website.

Thank You So Much For Your Time.


Primary Ride


My current ride is a United States Super Truck, 2008 J & D Chassis, 04 Silverado body, GM Crate motor, Winters Quick Change Rear End, Quick Car Gauges, and....FOR SALE!!! 2009 United States Super Truck Series National Championship Truck...visit website for more info.


Backup Ride(s)


My backup is a United States Super Truck, 2002 J & D Chassis, 04 Silverado body, GM Crate motor, Winters Quick Change Rear End, Quick Car Gauges, also used to win the 2009 United States Super Truck Series National Championship



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WKA and IMCA races were on dirt.

 In 1998, Jess started his racing career in a big wheel yard cart during intermission at Pine Ridge Speedway, winning 5 out of 7 races and finishing 2nd in the other two. His dad soon stopped racing to help further Jess's career.

In 2000, Jess started racing WKA karts across Mississippi. Winning 9 times and finishing in the top 3, 28 times out of 35 starts.

 In 2001, Jess moved up to Heavy and Super Heavy racing against grown men at age 14. That didn't matter much! Jess won 14 times, finished second 14 times, and third 10 times out of 61 starts. 

 In 2002, Jess moved up to IMCA modifieds, with 400 hp motors. That's a big step up from a 5hp kart motor. In his first year in he won 6 times and second 6 times out of 22 starts earning him 2002 Rookie of the Year and Champion, and was also voted Fan Favorite Driver by the fans.

 In 2003, Jess continued his assault in the modifieds. Winning 3 times in his sophmore year, Jess missed winning his second consecutive Championship by 5 points.

 In 2004, Jess moved to the Famous Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway to compete in his Supertruck at a much higher level. With 30 trucks competing in 2004, he could only run five races and stay eligible for the "Rookie" title in 2005. Running against 18 to 20 trucks each race, Jess finished in the top ten three times and 12th twice.

 In 2005, Jess won one heat race and "Rookie of the Year" at Music City Motorplex. He won a feature race on dirt with his open wheel modified . Jess then took the same modified with changes to asphalt and ran the North vs. South Shootout at Nashville. Coming in 6th out of 35 starters. He finished higher than any other competitor from the South.

 In 2006, Jess finally won his 1st feature race at Music City Motorplex. He ran up front and led laps against competitive racers. Jess finished 4th in the Supertruck points race, only 2 points out of third, with 6 top fives and 10 top tens.

 In 2007, Jess finished 6th in points. In the past three years, only he and one other driver has finished that high each year.

 In 2008, Jess finished 4th in points. He is the only driver to finish 6th or better in the past four years.

 In 2009, JWR and company ran the inaugural United States Super Truck National Series. Traveling to tracks such as: Iowa Speedway, Indianapolis Raceway Park, and Nashville Super Speedway, they rose to the challenge and came out series Champion and Rookie of the Year.