Robinson Spearheads Three-Rider JCS Racing Effort

Posted on behalf of JCS Racing

DALLAS, TX. (February 27 , 2023) – JCS Racing with support from Mission Foods, Liqui Moly, and Hudson Roofing, is pleased to announce their sponsored talent lineup for the 2023 Progressive American Flat Track season.

JCS Racing will proudly continue its partnership with Brandon Robinson as he campaigns for the 2023 Mission SuperTwins presented by S&S Cycle title aboard Mission Foods-fueled Indian Motorcycle FTR750s.

Robinson has enjoyed great success over the past three seasons with the team, dominating on a variety of tracks and finishing out ‘22 with three victories, including the season finale at Volusia Speedway.

“I’m really happy to continue with JCS Racing for another year,” said Robinson. “The whole team has been like family since day one, and I’m looking forward to building on the success we have had over the past three years together.  Hopefully we can pick right back off where we ended last season come Daytona!”

“It’s always a pleasure working with Brandon,” said JCS Racing owner Jerry Stinchfield. “He’s a great asset to the team and always keeps up a positive morale around the pits, win or lose. We are thrilled to have him compete with us again for the fourth consecutive season.”

Wrenching on Robinson’s machines this season will be returning mechanic Ben Evans. Stinchfield said, “I’m very pleased to have Ben with us again this year. He’s been working tirelessly in the offseason to carry through that winning combination we ended last season with.”

In addition to Robinson, JCS Racing will also be supporting satellite rider Ben Lowe who will be piloting Rackley Racing Indian Motorcycle FTR750s this season. Lowe has been a part of the JCS team since the 2019 season, making a name for himself in the Mission Production Twins presented by Vance & Hines class. There he scored his maiden Progressive AFT victory at the 2020 Indy Mile among eleven career podiums in the class. He stepped up to the premier class part way through the ‘22 season and secured a top-five finish among eighth top tens.

JCS Racing and Mission Foods will continue their support of rising star Billy “The Kid” Ross, as he graduates to Mission SuperTwins duty in 2023. Ross had a breakout season in 2022, earning his first career national win in the Mission Production Twins Main Event at the Laconia Short Track.

“I am very proud of the roster we’ve put together for this season,” said Stinchfield. “Last year, each of our riders made huge accomplishments, and we couldn’t have done any of it without the support of Mission Foods. I cannot thank Juan Gonzalez, CEO of Mission Foods, enough for partnering with us and providing our team, along with many others in the sport, the support we needed for a successful season. Along with Mission Foods, our partnerships with Liqui Moly and Hudson Roofing keep our team going. We look forward to continuing these partnerships this year and fueling our team to success in the months ahead.”