Jason Shank: Jason has been involved in racing in one way or another for his whole life. His first ‘job’ was selling the old ‘Dirt World’, later renamed ‘Motorsports World’, magazine published by Dan and Linda Fennell back when he was 9 years old. In his adult years he became a columnist for fireondirt.com which was transformed into dirttrackdigest.com where he took over as Late Model Editor. While working with DTD, Jason found a home with the Mid-Atlantic Championship Series (MACS) as Database Coordinator and Media Liaison in 2006. That’s when he decided to start and begin to build JNJ Motorsports Media. (The JNJ comes from his own name and his two son’s names, Jason Jr., and Nicholas.) After JNJ began to pick up steam, so did Jason as in February of 2008 he picked up the prestigious ‘Bill Steinbach Media Award’ at the 2007 Lernerville Speedway Banquet for his accomplishments with motorsports press and his involvement in the birth of Lernerville Speedway’s ‘Firecracker 100’. Jason worked with the MACS for one more season before being offered the job of Series Director for the newly formed All Star Late Model Series in 2009. After two seasons with the All Stars, Jason stepped down from his position as Series Director and ‘merged’ JNJ Motorsports Media with Jason Fleming and Fleming Design Solutions giving JNJ a total of 16 clients heading into the 2011 season.
Jason Fleming: Jason seems to have racing in his blood as he grew up riding dirt bikes and ATV’s, while also attending dirt track races throughout his youth. In the early 2000′s he helped wrench on a local super late model’s pit crew, gaining valuable exposure to the racing world. In the mid-2000’s Jason became involved in racing using a different route, ‘painting’ real dirt late model skins for a computer racing simulation game called DirtFactor under the ‘Wartorn Designs’ banner. Jason soon joined up with Jason Shank of JNJ Motorsports Media in 2007 to help build a few websites including the Mid-Atlantic Championship Series online home macsracing.com. Jason used that experience to start his own web design and graphics business called Fleming Design Solutions. Later, Jason teamed up with Cory Stivason in late 2009 to form the racing information site dirtfix.net. Since then, Jason has ‘merged’ his Fleming Design Solutions brand with JNJ Motorsports Media. Jason has an impressive resume including working with the All Star Late Model Series, dirtfix.net, dirtondirt.com, MACS, Victory Signs and Decals, as well as some of the region’s finest racers.