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On the heels of SFG Promotions successfully completing the highest paying drag race
in history - Jegs Performance SFG $1.1 Million presented by Allstar Performance -
SFG team member AJ Ashe has decided to step away from the promotion business. For
the last few months, AJ had been considering this move to allow him to spend more
time competing on the big money bracket racing circuit. “With the success of the
biggest SFG race to date behind us, AJ felt that now was the right time to make this
change. AJ joined the SFG team in 2018 and has been an important part of the success
at many of our events in these past two years” said Kyle Riley, CEO of SFG.
SFG Promotions wishes AJ the best of luck as he ventures back into racing where we
are confident he will continue to have the success he has enjoyed throughout his
While AJ’s departure leaves a gap in the SFG team, our customers should be
confident that we have the right people and leadership in place to continue to serve
you with the same events and formats that you have come to know and love. Our team
has never been more confident in the SFG mission to make life-changing money
available to everyone in bracket racing. We strive to exemplify that mission every
day and we are proud that our work is continuing to bring the world of big-dollar
bracket racing to the highest levels of conversation in the sport. In the coming
weeks and months more announcements will be made about groundbreaking actions we are
taking to continue to push SFG to the next level but in the meantime, enjoy the rest
of our 2020 schedule.
We will see you at our next event, the JEGS SFG Labor Day Bracket Bash at National
Trail Raceway on Labor Day weekend (Sept 4-6, 2020)!
Good luck to all parties involved.
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