CONQUERS B.J. PARKER MEMORIAL FOR $4,200!
11, 2017) Jason
Hiett and Team One returned to dirt-slinging action and victory
lane on Saturday evening, June 10 at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga,
Alabama! Jason laid down the quickest lap of the 24 entrants during
Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series (SAS) qualifying and later
started from the pole position in the annual running of the 'B.J.
Parker Memorial.' Jason then led each and every circuit in the 42-lapper
to lay claim to the $4,200 windfall over Dallas Cooper, Tim Roszell,
Austin Horton, and Tim Busha! Full results from the "Hornet's
Nest" can be viewed online at www.talladegashorttrack.com.
NEW WEBSITE LAUNCHED
FOR HIETT & TEAM ONE!
12, 2017) Team
One and Jason Hiett, along with Delph Communications, Inc., invites
you to the newly-refurbished www.JasonHiett.com! The all-new website
is dedicated to the Oxford, Alabama Dirt Late Model ace and his
#1 race team. Jason has already bagged a pair of feature victories
in 2017 at the nearby Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama
and has amassed five Top Five efforts and seven Top Ten performances
in the twelve races that he has entered so far this season. Keep
up on the driver known as "Mr. Excitement" and the latest
news, results, schedule plans, merchandise, and much more by pointing
your Internet browser to www.JasonHiett.com! (Wells
HIETT PULLS DOUBLE DUTY
AT TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK
7, 2017) Jason
Hiett and his #1 team were once again in the pit area at the nearby
Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama on Saturday evening,
May 6. In the $4,000 to win Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series
(SAS) showdown, Jason stopped the clock third fastest in his group
during qualifying and later started the 40-lap headliner from the
outside of the third row. The Oxford, Alabama standout was then
running third before unfortunately making hard contact with a lapped
car, which caused him to complete only 35 circuits and relegated
him to a disappointing twelfth place showing.
Behind the wheel of a #a19 machine in the NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt
Late Model Series portion of the program at TST, Jason qualified
second quickest in his group during time trials prior to rolling
off from the outside of the second row in the $2,500 to win main
event. He was then unfortunately taken out while leading early in
the 50-lapper and eventually retired with a broken driveshaft in
the twentieth position. Complete results from the hectic night at
Talladega Short Track can be viewed online at www.talladegashorttrack.com.
JASON HIETT BACK IN TST VICTORY LANE
FOR SECOND WIN!
30, 2017) Team
One and driver Jason Hiett racked up their second feature win of
the young 2017 campaign on Saturday evening, April 29 at the nearby
Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama! Jason clicked off the
fastest lap overall during qualifying to earn the pole position
for the feature and later led all 30 circuits of the headliner.
Jason beat Tim Roszell, Dallas Cooper, Terry Smith, and Douglas
Stewart to the checkered flag to record the $1,200 payday! Full
results from the "Hornet's Nest" can be viewed online
HIETT BEATS TST FIELD FOR FIRST VICTORY
9, 2017) After
planning on taking the weekend off, Jason Hiett and Team One snuck
over to Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama on Saturday,
April 8 and promptly put their machine in victory lane for the first
triumph of the 2017 season! Jason swept the weekly Super Late Model
program at TST by recording Fast Time in qualifying prior to leading
from flag-to-flag in the 30-lap headliner. At the checkers, Jason
was well ahead of Tim Roszell, Dallas Cooper, Tim Busha, and Terry
Smith to score the $1,200 winner's check! Full results from the
"Hornet's Nest" can be viewed online at www.talladegashorttrack.com.
JASON HIETT BATTLES LUCAS FOES AT
BOYD'S & EAMS
2, 2017) Team
One invaded Boyd's Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia and East Alabama
Motor Speedway in Phenix City, Alabama on March 31-April 1 for a
pair of big Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series battles. On Friday
night at Boyd's, Jason Hiett ran third in his heat race to advance
into the $10,000 to win headliner, but unfortunately slowed on lap
30 and was relegated to sixteenth in the final finishing order.
In the $12,000 to win 'Alabama Shootout' on Saturday evening at
EAMS, Jason placed fourth in his stacked heat race and was an early
retiree in the 60-lapper - eventually being paid for twenty-second
at the pay window. Complete results from both lucrative races can
be viewed online at www.lucasdirt.com.