SALINA, OKLAHOMA (April 25, 2014) – The JJR/Stenhouse Jr. Racing team traveled to Oklahoma to race against the World of Outlaws at Salina Highbanks Speedway in the AccuDoc Solutions/K&N Filters #41 Maxim. The native Louisianan pushed out in the very last time trial spot and turned a lap around the 3/8-mile oval in 13.142 seconds, which was 22nd quick overall. Relegated to the eighth starting spot in the heat with the fastest aggregate times, heat number one, the driver of the forty one knew he had some work to do to lock into one of the top six transfer spots to the main event. Gaining a qualifying spot is certainly a tall task with only eight laps on the fast high banks at Salina. The Cajun climbed into his ButlerBuilt Professional Seat System and pulled down tight on his Crow Enterprizes safety equipment. It was race time. When the green flag waved over the field, front row starters Daryn Pittman and Kerry Madsen led the field to turn one. Every car was fighting hard for position including the Waco Metals #41 entry. A late race caution bunched the field up and when the green flag waved over the field again the forty one moved into a qualifying position. He held the sixth and final transfer position when the checkered flag flew advancing him and the forty one into the feature event. After all of the qualifying events were completed and the track officials reworked the track, it was time to put on a show for the huge crowd with the 25-lap feature event. Twenty five of the best circled the track with the Mesilla Valley Transportation (MVT)/CURB Records #41 Maxim starting in the 21st starting position. When the green flag was displayed, the sound of fast engines filled the air around the speedway. Outside front row starter Joey Saldana took the lead and was showing the way at the front of the pack, while Jason was hard at work making his way forward through the dense traffic. The track was taking rubber with every passing lap and the hardened surface was starting to take a toll on the competitor’s tires. With a late race caution, track and World of Outlaw officials decided to cut the race one lap short due to track conditions, so instead of going green-white-checkered they went green-checkered with Saldana earning the victory. But, when the air became quite around the oval it was the Ragin’ Cajun who passed eight cars from the back of the pack to bring home a well-deserved 13th place finish on the night against the ever-so-tough World of Outlaws.