JRi Shocks Names Scott Evernham As New Short Track Tech Specialist


JRi Shocks, the North Carolina company specializing in manufacturing high performance shock absorbers, recently introduced Scott Evernham as the JRi Shocks short track technical specialist. Evernham will be representing JRi Shocks at various short track events this year while simultaneously working to provide technical support and integrate racer’s feedback into the program. Evernham is the nephew of NASCAR Hall of Fame member Ray Evernham.

“I’ve watched Scott grow in the last 4 years with JRi from the parts room, to sub-assembly, to final assembly. With his background in circle track racing, he’s earned this position within JRi and I’m sure this will make his uncle Ray very proud,” states Jeff Ryan, JRi Shocks General Manager. “Scott possesses a passion for racing and has worked on Sprint Cars, UMP/ IMCA Dirt Modifieds, Dirt Late Models and Whelen Tour Modifieds to name a few.”

JRi Shocks has strategically established partnerships with well- placed distributors in the key geographic regions across North America- West Coast, Midwest and East Coast, for the purpose of serving their customers.

These distributors are in place to sell and service JRi products, and to provide weekly support at the local race tracks. The company views the addition of distributor partners as an enhancement to their ability to serve customers nationwide by providing extended business hours, and shorter shipping times, while providing the same technical support and quality shock absorbers and parts racers have come to expect.

For dirt track racing, JRi’s Midwest Distributor is Allgaier Racing Shocks and the West Coast Distributor is Naake Suspension Specialists specializing in Sprint & Midget Cars. For a complete listing of where you may purchase JRi Shocks products and parts, visit www.jrishocks.com.

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Bobby Kimbrough

Bobby grew up in the heart of Illinois, becoming an avid dirt track race fan which has developed into a life long passion. Taking a break from the Midwest dirt tracks to fight evil doers in the world, he completed a full 21 year career in the Marine Corps.
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