HIETT ON PODIUM IN SEASON-OPENING
ICE BOWL XXVI
16, 2017) Jason Hiett and Team One kicked off
their 2017 racing season on January 14-15 at Talladega Short
Track in Eastaboga, Alabama, as 'Ice Bowl XXVI' paid $6,000
to the winner for Super Late Models. Jason laid down the quickest
lap in his group during the qualifying session on Saturday before
picking up a triumph in heat race action. The Oxford, Alabama
standout then started Sunday's 50-lap main event from the outside
of the second row and was able to make it up to the second position.
At the completion of 'Ice Bowl XXVI,' which was contested on
a one-groove racing surface, Jason was in the third spot behind
only feature winner Michael Page and runner-up Donald McIntosh.
Full results from the track deemed as the "Hornets Nest"
can be accessed online at www.talladegashorttrack.com.
JASON HIETT LIFTS LID TO 2017
IN ANNUAL ICE BOWL!
7, 2017) After a short off-season, the #1 team
will lift the lid to their 2017 campaign next weekend (January
14-15) in the annual running of the 'Ice Bowl' at Talladega
Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama. Qualifying and heat races
will take place at TST on Saturday, while the consolation races
and the 50-lap headliner are slated for Sunday. A $6,000 top
prize has once again been established for the winner of the
Super Late Model special, while each feature starter will receive
at least $500. Jason Hiett finished on the podium in the 2016
edition of the 'Ice Bowl,' as he crossed underneath the checkers
in the third position. Additional information on the huge 'Ice
Bowl' weekend can be accessed online at www.talladegashorttrack.com.
HIETT EARNS ANOTHER TOP FIVE
IN SEASON-ENDING SHOW!
27, 2016) Jason Hiett and Team One invaded 411
Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tennessee on Saturday, November 26
for the track's 'Leftover' event. The unsanctioned Super Late
Model special was Jason's season-ending show and boasted a $5,000
winner's check. Jason laid down the second quickest time in
Group B during the qualifying session and later started the
50-lap main event from the outside of the second row. The Oxford,
Alabama native was then a fixture inside of the top five throughout
the 'Leftover' feature and eventually crossed underneath the
checkers in the fifth finishing position behind only winner
Dale McDowell, Jimmy Owens, Donald McIntosh, and Jackie Boggs.
Complete results from yesterday at 411 can be viewed online
JASON HIETT STEERS NEW LONGHORN
CAR TO TOP FIVE!
20, 2016) Team One debuted a new Longhorn racecar
on November 18-19 in the 28th edition of the 'Gobbler' at Boyd's
Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia. The Southern Nationals Bonus
Series presided over the dirt-slinging action and a $10,000
payday was on the line. Jason Hiett posted the fourteenth fastest
lap in Group A during qualifying on Friday night, but later
blasted up to third in his loaded heat race. After starting
the 60-lap headliner on Saturday evening from the inside of
the sixth row, Jason worked his way past six competitors en
route to a strong fifth place effort behind only victor Brandon
Overton, Chris Madden, Donald McIntosh, and Dale McDowell. Complete
results from the 'Gobbler' weekend can be viewed online at www.southernnationalsseries.com.
HIETT LANDS IN TOP FIVE IN THREE
DIVISIONS AT EAMS!
7, 2016) Jason Hiett was a busy man from November
4-6 during the 42nd Annual 'National 100' weekend at East Alabama
Motor Speedway in Phenix City, Alabama, as he competed in the
Super Late Model, Late Model Sportsman, and Crate Late Model
divisions. Behind the wheel of a new Barry Wright racecar during
the Super Late Model portion of the 'National 100' weekend,
Jason clicked off the fastest lap in Group A during qualifying
in Friday's $5,000 to win opener before leading the first half
of the feature and settling for a third place effort behind
only victor Tim McCreadie and runner-up Dale McDowell. The Oxford,
Alabama standout then finished sixteenth in Saturday's $5,000
to win prelim before slipping back to eleventh in the 'National
100' on Sunday, which carried a whopping $20,000 winner's check.
He then wheeled a #a19 entry in both the Late Model Sportsman
and Crate Late Model classes, as $5,000 top prizes were on the
line. Jason fought back from the tail in the Crate to finish
fifth in Sunday's main event, while he led the first 39 circuits
of the Sportsman headliner before settling for an impressive
runner-up showing behind only race winner Mark Whitener. Full
results from the extended 'National 100' weekend can be obtained
by clicking on www.eamsdirt.com.
JASON HIETT'S WIN TOTAL NOW STANDS
AT 14 AFTER BOYD'S!
30, 2016) Oxford, Alabama standout Jason Hiett's
2016 win total now stands at fourteen following a Late Model
victory in the undercard of the 'Craig Reece Memorial' on Saturday
evening, October 29 at Boyd's Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia!
After laying down the fastest lap in time trials aboard a new
XR1 Rocket Chassis for the Austin Trucking #a19 team, Jason
took the lead early in the 30-lapper and dominated the remainder
of the event en route to capturing the $1,200 top prize. In
Crate Late Model action, Jason timed in third fastest of the
47 entrants during qualifying, ran fourth in the fast dash,
and later wound up seventh in the final rundown of the $3,500
to win 'Craig Reece Memorial.' Complete results from last night
at Boyd's can be accessed online at www.boydsspeedway.net.
HIETT TAKES $2,500 NESMITH WIN
AT TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK!
23, 2016) Jason Hiett kept rolling at Talladega
Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama over NASCAR weekend on October
21-22 to record his thirteenth victory of the 2016 campaign!
On Saturday evening, Jason drove the #a19 machine to the fastest
time in his group during NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series
qualifying prior to leading all fifty circuits in the feature
event to score the $2,500 payday ahead of runner-up Ronnie Johnson
and Cory Hedgecock. At TST on Friday night, Jason knocked down
the fourth quickest lap in his group during Crate Late Model
time trials before blasting up to third in the $2,000 to win
main event to trail only victor Cory Hedgecock and runner-up
In Super Late Model competition at the track known as the "Hornets
Nest," Jason entered his own #1 racecar to vie for the
$2,000 and $4,000 top prizes respectively. On Friday, Jason
qualified fifth quickest in his group and later wound up eighth
in the final rundown of the unsanctioned headliner. The Oxford,
Alabama ace then timed in fifth fastest in his group in Southern
All Stars Dirt Racing Series (SAS) qualifying on Saturday before
claiming a solid ninth place performance in the 40-lapper. Full
results from the hectic weekend at TST can be accessed online
JASON HIETT GRABS TWELFTH FEATURE
WIN OF '16 AT TST!
9, 2016) Jason Hiett celebrated his twelfth
feature win of the 2016 racing season on Saturday evening, October
8 at the nearby Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama!
In the weekly Super Late Model event, Jason timed in second
quickest overall during the qualifying session and later started
the 30-lap feature event from the outside of the second row.
The Oxford, Alabama ace then grabbed the point on the eighth
circuit and drove away from the field to capture the $1,200
winner's check over Tim Roszell, Terry Smith, Bo Shirley, and
Mark Bangs! Full results from last night at TST can be accessed
online at www.talladegashorttrack.com.
HIETT IN ACTION DURING LUCAS
OIL DOUBLE DIP IN GEORGIA
3, 2016) Team One traveled to both Dixie Speedway
in Woodstock, Georgia and Rome Speedway in Rome, Georgia over
the October 1-2 weekend for a pair of Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt
Series tilts. In the $12,000 to win 'Dixie Shootout' on Saturday
night, Jason Hiett timed in seventh quickest in Group B during
qualifying prior to finishing fifth in his heat race and fourth
in his B-Main. On Sunday evening in the $10,000 to win 'Rome
Showdown,' Jason posted the seventh fastest time in Group A
during the qualifying session before running sixth in his loaded
heat race and ninth in his B-Main. Unfortunately, the Oxford,
Alabama standout was not able to transfer into the feature events
at both Peach State venues over the weekend. Complete results
from the disappointing weekend can be accessed online at www.lucasdirt.com.