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Submitted by jasonm on Tue, 10/19/2021 - 12:45
National Trail Raceway

The Super Pro Motorcycle class is always a class that has tough racers competing at each JEGS ET Series weekends.  This year was no different as the championship came down to the final points weekend and three riders competing for the championship (Scott Sheppeard, Mark Coulson, and Dave Hill).  After the final weekend, it was Scott Sheppeard taking home his second Super Pro Motorcycle championship.

Scott and his ’05 Suzuki started the year strong as he claimed a win during the opening weekend putting him in the points lead.  After that Scott then just started racking up points as the season heated up each month of the summer.  Scott then grabbed a win at the July event where he took home the Challenge Wally and extended his points lead.  After that weekend, Scott went on a small dry spell as he watched Coulson and Hill close the gap for the points.  At the final JEGS ET Series weekend, Sheppeard matched up against Mark Coulson in the second round.  It was Sheppeard getting the win and clinched the 2021 Super Pro Motorcycle Championship.

“This season has been great, with out the love and support of my wife Melinda and my son Garreth this wouldn’t be possible,” said Sheppeard, “Thank you to all my sponsors Shellhaas Family Racing, Alotmoore Custom Paint, Oink Johnson on Ebay, Dustin Lee & Hard Time Parts & Service and David Liguori Racing for all their support this season.”

This season was not only a success for Scott but for his son as well, Scott was able to watch his son Garreth win the Division 3 Super Pro Motorcycle class and book a family trip to Las Vegas.   Scott is looking forward to defending his championship next season and racing with all his friends and family.

Congrats to Scott Sheppeard the 2021 JEGS ET Series Super Pro Motorcycle Champion