CALIFORNIA, MISSOURI (May 18, 2014) – On a beautiful night in the Show Me state, Jason and the entire JJR/Stenhouse Jr. Racing team were at Double-X Speedway to race. The racing here is always exciting and the driver of the Fischer Body Shop #41 Maxim just wanted to add a little Cajun spice to the mix in the JJR/Stenhouse Jr. Racing entry. With a field of 20 cars lining the pit area, and back-to-back winner Kyle Bellm looking to making it three in a row to continue his winning streak, it was going to be elbows up racing all night long. The fans did not have to wait long as Bellm and Johnson were in the first heat race along with the always hard charging Jonathan Cornell. Bellm would win this heat race battle as Jason and Cornell chased him across the finish line to advance to the 25-lap feature event. In the feature event, Kyle Bellm was starting from the pole position in the black #77 entry, with the Cajun Sensation on the outside of row two in the white, orange and black #41 Mesilla Valley Transportation (MVT)/Pro Powder Coating (PPC) speed machine. As the field screamed by the initial green flag, Bellm seized the lead before fellow front row starter TJ Muths along with Danny Thoman brought out the first caution of the event. Muths bad luck was Jason’s four leaf clover as he moved up one row beside Bellm for the restart. When the green flag reappeared, it was the Rocky Mount resident storming into the lead from the second starting spot. Bellm would close the gap on the leader as the two front runners entered lap traffic, but never could get close enough to contend for the winning pass. Jason would not look back as he led all 25 laps en route to the victory, which was his 241st career win. Standing proudly in victory lane in his Fischer Body Shop fire suit, Jason was pleased with the win and all the hard work the Stenhouse Jr. Racing team did to prepare and make the night a success. A great team effort.