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Race Report: 2016 SCCA Majors Tour Round 5

The 2016 SCCA Majors Round 5 at Pacific Raceways

Chino, California (June 01, 2016) – Jackson Racing races towards more wins at Pacific Raceways in Kent, WA.

Jackson Racing headed north for Round 5 of the SCCA Majors Tour at Pacific Raceways. The weather in Washington can be unexpected. Rain? Sunny? Drizzle? Yes, those all can happen… Multiple times in one day. With the races being held on Memorial Day weekend, the weekend format was a little bit different. There was a qualifying on Saturday afternoon, another qualifying Sunday morning, Race #1 Sunday afternoon and Race #2 Monday morning.

The track was damp for Saturday morning’s qualifying. Oscar Jr. set out to put some laps in and landed the Jackson Racing FR-S on pole yet again.

Sunday had been raining on and off all morning, but the track was dry enough to keep the BFGoodrich R1-S dry race tires on. As the green flag dropped, Oscar Jr. started to turn his laps and put a good distance between the rest of the field. Lap after lap, the car maintained its poise and in the end Oscar Jr. came away with the win and a new Course Record!

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For Monday’s race, the Jackson Racing FR-S would begin on pole once again. The weather for Monday was beautiful! The sun was out in full effect and the track was completely dry! The Jackson Racing Team knew that this would lead to some extremely fast lap times. Oscar Jr. once again dominated the field and broke the Course Record he set the day before!

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The last round of the SCCA Majors Tour will be at Portland International Raceway July 1st-3rd. We will once again have our Live Race Feed available on the race days.



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Jackson Racing Scion FR-S & Subaru BRZ Dual Radiator/Oil Cooler

Jackson Racing Scion FR-S & Subaru BRZ
Dual Radiator/Oil Cooler

Jackson Racing launches new line of cooling products for
FR-S and BRZ

Chino, California (April 25th, 2016) – The championship-winning performance experts at Jackson Racing are proud to launch their new line of cooling products, starting with the release of the Dual Radiator/Oil Cooler for the Scion FR-S & Subaru BRZ. The FR-S/BRZ version is now available for $895.00USD.

An engine oil cooler is a must have for high performance vehicles. The FA20 engine in the FR-S/BRZ is a finely tuned high compression engine and engine oil temperatures can spike to dangerous levels even on stock cars. With all types of forced induction being added to the FR-S/BRZ, the need for universal FA20 oil cooling is needed.

The Jackson Racing Dual Radiator/Oil Cooler was developed in-house in conjunction with manufacturing partner CSF Radiators to be the ultimate solution for FR-S/BRZ Street and Track enthusiasts. With well over a year of development, Jackson Racing is proud to bring a true “drop in” all-aluminum radiator with built in oil cooler for the FR-S/BRZ platform. No trimming or cutting needed and installs with all OEM components. The Jackson Racing Dual Radiator/Oil Cooler includes all necessary components for engine oil connections for a true plug and play solution.

The radiator features a 31mm CSF B-Tube core, with over a 100% increase in cooling surface area. The CSF B-Tube technology boosts surface area by 15% vs standard oval tube cores. The integrated liquid to oil cooler features 10AN fittings for proper flow to and from the engine.

The entire system has been put to the test on the Jackson Racing FR-S test mule for thousands of miles on the street and track, in all types of conditions. We are proud to say this system works flawlessly, keeping oil temperatures within a 30ºF temperature delta, thus maintaining consistent engine performance. Thanks to the large liquid to oil cooler, engine oil is kept at the proper operating temperatures in all environments, whether it is cold startup or a hot day at the autocross.

Key Points:

  • Increased Cooling Capacity
  • Integrated Liquid to Oil Cooler
  • True Plug and Play Solution
  • Quicker Cold Start Oil Warm Up
  • Consistent Oil Temperatures
  • Heavily Tested


  • 31mm CSF Racing Radiator Core
    – 100% increase in cooling surface area vs OEM
    – CSF Exclusive B-Tube Technology
    – 15% more surface area with CSF B-Tube vs standard oval tube
    – Multi-louvered fin with more surface area contact between the tubes & fins for better heat transfer efficiency
    – Factory tested
  • Integrated Liquid to Oil Cooler
    – Maintains 30ºF temperature delta with coolant
    – Thermostatically controlled via cooling system
    – Brings proper oil cooling for Street and Track enthusiasts
  • Jackson Racing Oil Cooler Adapter
    – Engine Oil Cooler Adapter with -10AN Fittings
    – Includes Black Anodized Jackson Racing Adapter Spacer
  • -10AN Oil Cooler Lines
    – Pre-Assembled at Jackson Racing
    – Aeroquip OE Quality Oil Hose
  • Hand Polished For Mirror Finish
  • Jackson Racing 1.4bar High Pressure Cap Included
  • Industry Leading Customer Service & Support
    – 35+ Years of Proven Performance
    – Installation Manual

Jackson Racing Dual Radiator/Oil Cooler: $895USD

Q: Do I need to add more engine oil with the oil cooler kit?

A: Yes, an additional 0.5 quart of engine oil is required when installing the Jackson Racing Dual Radiator/Oil Cooler.


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Race Report: 2016 SCCA Majors Tour Round 2

The 2016 SCCA Majors Round 2 at Willow Springs International Raceway

Chino, California (February 22, 2016) – Jackson Racing heads to Willow Springs International Raceway in Rosamond, CA for Round 2 of the SCCA Majors Tour.


Round 2 of the SCCA Western Conference Majors Tour was filled with excitement! A stacked class in STL and the addition to quite a few competitors in the STU class, made for some great racing and a fun weekend!

Saturday qualifying went extremely well. The weather conditions, and a clean track led to fast lap times and our driver, Oscar Jackson Jr. drove the Hasport/Jackson Racing CRX to the Pole Position in STL. Teammate Clint Boisdeau was right behind in his MotoIQ Civic. Although the CRX would start out front, there was some fast cars in the class and the competition would be tough.

The Saturday STL race was exciting from the drop of the green flag! After a odd split start that didn’t quite go as planned, the CRX was out in front with the rest of the class following close behind.  There was an intense 3-way battle between the CRX, Integra, and an RX3. In the end the Hasport/Jackson Racing CRX came away with the second spot, with Clint Boisdeau in 3rd right behind.


Round 2 brought out a lot of new competitors in the STU class. The new cars that came out were finely prepped, and it would not be an easy race. Thanks to APR Performance, the Jackson Racing FR-S had some new aero components for the weekend and the team worked hard to dial them in. Oscar Jr., again, got the FR-S on pole with some wickedly fast times in Saturday qualifying.

The Jackson Racing FR-S started on pole and quickly started pulling away from the pack. The new APR Performance aero package paired with the BFGoodrich R1-S race tires gave Oscar Jr. the grip he needed to keep a fast pace all the way to the end for the win!


The team decided to make some suspension adjustments to the CRX for the Sunday STL race in preparation for another battle with the very well sorted Integra. The CRX jumped out to a early lead ahead of the Integra. Unfortunately, Oscar Jr. was slowed by some other class racers and losing the momentum cost the CRX the lead. Oscar Jr. did a great job trying to catch the leader, but the Integra was just out of reach. The Hasport/Jackson Racing CRX took 2nd, with Clint Boisdeau rounding out the podium in 3rd.


The Jackson Racing FR-S started on Pole again for Sunday. An S2000 came out of the gates fast and got to the inside and was leading exiting turn 1. Oscar Jr. was able to quickly get the lead back and push forward. The FR-S continued to keep a fast pace for the remainder of the race to finish first. The FR-S has been running fantastic and the Jackson Racing team looks forward to seeing how the car will perform at its first visit to Thunderhill Raceway in April for Round 3 of the Majors Tour.