Dustin Jarrett congratulates his dad, Larry, with a hug in victory lane after
Larry's first career feature win in 1993 at the Muskingum County (OH)
While Announcer and Public Relations Director at Midway (OH) Speedway,
Dustin twice sponsored one the year's most popular events, DJ's Topless 40.
Here, Jarrett is shown interviewing the 2001 winner of the race, Bart Hartman.
Since the race was moved to its current located at Tyler County (WV) Speedway,
DJ (along with good friend Steve Davis) has been the official co-announcer of
the prestigious Hillbilly 100. Jarrett is shown here interviewing the 2002 winner
DJ interviews Doug Horton after Horton won the 6th Annual Topless 50 at Tyler
County (WV) Speedway. Jarrett served as co-announcer for 6 years and Public
relations Director for 3 years at TCS.
Jarrett spent one year as the Announcer for Wayne County (OH) Speedway.
He is shown here interviewing 2002 Wayne County Late Model points
champion Mark Osburn.
DJ with long time friend and co-announcer Steve Davis. Dubbed "The
Dynamic Duo", Davis and Jarrett continue to announce together on
occasions at Skyline (OH) Speedway and Tyler County (WV) Speedway.
As a columnist for RPM Racing News, Dirt America Online, and other racing
magazines, Jarrett sets aside one week of the season for his annual "6 Days
on the Road" Tour. The 2004 version saw DJ and his former college
roommate, Joe Gainey, venture just east and just west of the Mississippi for
a swing that included nine races in nine days. Here Jarrett is shown with his
person vehicle, a 1999 Pontiac Grand Am, along the banks of the Mississippi
Dustin once pretended to win a race at Bushnell, OH's Raceway 7.