BARBERVILLE, FLORIDA (February 12, 2015) – The second of five nights of high speed action commenced at Volusia Speedway Park with 31 cars in the pit area ready to compete in UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions (ASCoC) action. One of those competitors was born and raised in Eunice, Louisiana and was ready to get moving in the Mesilla Valley Transportation (MVT) #41 Kistler powered #41 Maxim.
Each car was scheduled to take two quick laps around this fast oval. When Jason pounded the loud pedal his quick lap of 13.345 seconds, which was good enough for 22nd quick overall.
The three 8-lap heat events were next on the schedule and he would be starting from the eighth starting spot in heat one. With the track fast and still locked down and narrow, he was only able to gain one spot at speed to finish seventh, which relegated him to the inside of row three for the 12-lap Last Chance Showdown in the Dissolvalloy Frac Ball Revolution/Fisher Body Shop machine. Front row starters Shane Stewart and Tim Shaffer brought the field to the green and the Cajun Sensation hit the speed button and set sail around the superfast racing surface. HE was on the move and heading to the front. When the checkered flag waved, Jason was the first to the winner’s stripe to advance to the 30-lap A-Main.
When the 24 car field pushed off and lined up two-by-two, Jason had the Priority Aviation Services, LLC Maxim on the outside of row ten. 30 laps. An aggressive driver. And, a really fast race car. When the green lights illuminated, Jason took off and went to the high side. He was making progress up the scoring charts and before you knew it he was just outside the top ten. After a few more racing laps and a number of cautions he moved into the top ten and was flying. Just after the mid-race point the caution flew again, this time for Jason as he made slight contact with the outside retaining wall coming down the front straightaway and looped it going into one but kept it going, he was in the 13th position. Since he did not stop on the track he was awarded his position back. When the green reappeared, he went back to work using his KSE Racing Products to steer his way forward. When race winner Daryn Pittman took the win, Jason fought back and advanced a net of eight positions for a 12th place finish on night two of the DIRTcar Nationals.