WEEK FOR JASON HIETT IN TOMMY POPE'S RIDE...
(July 17, 2018) The
Schaeffer's Oil Southern Nationals Series rolled into 411 Motor
Speedway in Seymour, Tennessee tonight to sanction a $3,500 to win
throwdown and Jason Hiett was in the pit area. Wheeling Tommy Pope's
#22 machine once again, Jason qualified ninth fastest in Group A
during the time trial session before grabbing the fourth transfer
spot through his B-Main. After starting the 35-lapper from the inside
of the ninth row, Jason was able to work his way past five competitors
at the Volunteer State bullring and walked away with a twelfth place
HIETT NABS FIFTH WIN
OF '18 SEASON IN MID-WEEK SPECIAL!
4, 2018) Jason
Hiett wheeled car owner Tommy Pope's #22 ride to victory last night,
July 3 at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama, which marked
his fifth trip to victory lane during the course of the 2018 racing
season! In the mid-week special leading up to the 4th of July holiday,
Jason laid down the fastest lap overall during qualifying to earn
Fast Time honors and the pole position in the 30-lap main event.
The Oxford, Alabama native then led from flag-to-flag to dominate
the A-Main and record the $1,250 top prize over Josh Adkins, John
Ownbey, JT Seawright, and Dallas Cooper! Full results from TST last
night can be obtained by clicking on www.talladegashorttrack.com.
JASON HIETT RUNNER-UP
IN BILL INGRAM MEMORIAL!
1, 2018) Oxford,
Alabama ace Jason Hiett was back behind the wheel of Tommy Pope's
#22 machine on Saturday night, June 30 at the historic Dixie Speedway
in Woodstock, Georgia. The annual 'Bill Ingram Memorial' was held
and a $3,000 winner's check was up for grabs. Jason stopped the
clock third fastest overall during time trials to start the unsanctioned
main event from the inside of the second row. During the course
of the 40-lapper, Jason moved up to finish in the runner-up spot
behind only feature winner Michael Page! Complete results from Dixie
Speedway can be viewed online at www.dixiespeedway.com.
HIETT IMPROVES TO PODIUM
EFFORT IN HEAD, JR. MEMORIAL!
24, 2018) Jason
Hiett once again wheeled Tommy Pope's #22 racecar on Saturday evening,
June 23 at Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Georgia. The Southern All Stars
Dirt Racing Series (SAS) presided over the annual 'Michael Head,
Jr. Memorial' on the gray gumbo and a $5,454 top prize was on the
line. Jason knocked down the fourth quickest time in Group A during
the qualifying session before starting the 54-lap feature distance
from the inside of the fourth row. Jason then drove past four competitors
during the headliner to bag a strong third place podium performance
behind only victor Michael Page and runner-up Kyle Hardy! Complete
results from last night at Senoia can be found online at www.sasdirt.com.
ONE-TWO FINISH FOR HIETT
IN BUSY NIGHT AT TST!
17, 2018) Still
awaiting the arrival of his new racecar, Jason Hiett piloted a #22
entry at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama on Saturday
evening, June 16 and promptly put it in victory lane for his fourth
victory of 2018! Jason qualified third fastest in time trials, took
the lead early in the 25-lap main event, and led the remainder of
the distance to pocket the $1,200 winner's share over Dillon Tidmore,
Austin Horton, Terry Smith, and Jason Lively. In a make-up race
from June 9, Jason started at the tail of the $1,200 to win A-Main
and blasted towards to the front to record a strong runner-up performance
behind only victor Dillon Tidmore. Complete results from last night
at TST can be accessed online at www.talladegashorttrack.com.
HIETT DRIVES #15 CAR
TO THURSDAY THUNDER WIN AT TST!
1, 2018) Jason
Hiett, of Oxford, Alabama, drove a #15 machine to his third win
of the 2018 racing season on Thursday evening, May 31 at Talladega
Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama! In the special Thursday Thunder
show at TST, Jason clicked off the fastest lap overall during time
trials to earn the pole position for the 30-lap Super Late Model
feature event. Jason then led each and every circuit of the headliner
to claim the $1,200 payday ahead of Dillon Tidmore, Josh Adkins,
Jason Lively, and Douglas Stewart! Complete results from last night
at TST can be accessed online at www.talladegashorttrack.com.
JASON HIETT INVADES
THE MAG OVER MEMORIAL DAY
28, 2018) Oxford,
Alabama native Jason Hiett made a last minute decision to invade
Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi on Sunday, May
27 for a weekly Super Late Model showdown. Jason wound up fourth
in the final finishing order of the $1,100 to win event, as he trailed
only victor Neil Baggett, Chad Thrash, and Brian Rickman at the
unfurling of the checkered flag. Full results from "The Mag"
can be accessed online at www.magnoliadirt.com.
HIETT DRIVES JASON LIVELY'S
CAR TO PAIR OF TOP FIVES!
29, 2018) Jason
Hiett, of Oxford, Alabama, wheeled Jason Lively's #21 machine in
the big doubleheader weekend on April 27-28 at Talladega Short Track
in Eastaboga, Alabama after selling his own Longhorn racecar and
waiting on the arrival of his new mount. On Friday night in a $2,000
to win throwdown, Jason qualified fifth fastest in his group during
qualifying, won his consolation race, and later moved up to fifth
in the caution-free 30-lapper to finish behind only victor Austin
Horton, Cory Hedgecock, Riley Hickman, and Donald McIntosh. In the
$4,000 to win Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series (SAS) battle
at TST on Saturday evening, Jason knocked down the second quickest
lap in his group during time trials prior to winding up fourth in
the final finishing order of the headliner, which was also won by
Austin Horton. Full results from NASCAR weekend can be obtained
by clicking on www.talladegashorttrack.com.
JASON HIETT LOADS UP
BEFORE HEART OF DIXIE 40...
22, 2018) Team
One and driver Jason Hiett made their way back to the historic Dixie
Speedway in Woodstock, Georgia on Saturday evening, April 21. The
Ultimate Super Late Model Series sanctioned the 'Heart of Dixie
40' and a $4,000 top prize was on the line. Jason qualified seventh
quickest in Group A during the time trial session, but made the
decision to load up after qualifying. He did not run his B-Main
and therefore did not transfer into the 40-lap headliner that was
eventually won by Michael Page. Full results from last night's race
at the Atlanta-area venue can be found online at www.ultimatesupers.com.
HIETT STARTS WEEKEND
WITH TOP FIVE MOULTON SHOWING
(April 15, 2018)
Jason Hiett and Team One entered a pair of unsanctioned
Super Late Model specials on April 13-14 at Moulton Speedway in
Moulton, Alabama and Dixie Speedway in Woodstock, Georgia. On Friday
night in the $5,000 to win 'Bama 50' at Moulton, Jason laid down
the third quickest time in his group during qualifying before moving
up one spot in the 50-lapper en route to a strong fourth place showing
behind only victor Michael Page, Cade Dillard, and Billy Moyer.
At Dixie on Saturday evening in the annual 'Short Track Spring Championship,'
which paid $3,000 to the winner, Jason posted the ninth fastest
lap during time trials, but a flat tire during the course of the
A-Main relegated him to a disappointing seventeenth place effort.
Full results from both weekend battles can be accessed online at
JASON HIETT SHATTERS
TRACK RECORD; WINS AT TST!!!
1, 2018) A
last minute change of plans sent Team One to the nearby Talladega
Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama on Saturday night, March 31 for
the season opener at the track deemed as the "Hornets Nest."
Jason Hiett shattered the Super Late Model Track Record during the
qualifying session to earn Fast Time honors and the pole position
for the 30-lap feature event. Jason then led each and every circuit
of the contest to bag the $1,200 top prize ahead of Josh Adkins,
Tim Busha, Dillon Tidmore, and Tim Roszell! Full results from last
night at TST can be accessed online at www.talladegashorttrack.com.
HIETT FINDS BAD LUCK
DURING LUCAS OIL DOUBLEHEADER...
25, 2018) Next
up on the racing calendar for the #1 team was a pair of $12,000
to win Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series showdowns on March 23-24
at Boyd's Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia and East Alabama Motor Speedway
in Phenix City, Alabama. On Friday night in the annual 'Shamrock'
at Boyd's, Jason Hiett narrowly missed out on the 50-lap headliner
after finishing seventh in his heat race and fourth in his B-Main.
In the 'Bama Bash' on Saturday evening at EAMS, Jason laid down
the fourth fastest time in Group A during the qualifying session,
but a broken driveshaft before the drop of the green flag in his
heat race ended his night prematurely. Full results from both LOLMDS
races can be obtained by logging onto www.lucasdirt.com.
JASON HIETT REACHES
VICTORY LANE FOR FIRST TIME IN '18!
18, 2018) Oxford,
Alabama ace Jason Hiett celebrated in victory lane for the first
time during the young 2018 racing season on Saturday evening, March
17 at North Georgia Speedway in Chatsworth, Georgia! Jason knocked
down the fastest lap overall during the qualifying session to earn
the pole position for the 40-lap, unsanctioned Super Late Model
main event. Jason then dominated the entire feature distance to
score the $3,000 windfall ahead of Ronnie Johnson, Will Roland,
Gary McPherson, and Riley Hickman! Complete results from last night's
'Young Memorial' at the northern Georgia facility can be viewed
online by clicking on www.northgaspeedway.com.
(Marty Bingham Photo)
HIETT RUNNER-UP IN $6,000
ICE BOWL AT TALLADEGA!!!
8, 2018) Jason
Hiett and Team One lifted the lid to their 2018 campaign on January
6-7 in the 27th edition of the 'Ice Bowl' at Talladega Short Track
in Eastaboga, Alabama. A strong 43 car field assembled at the track
deemed as the "Hornets Nest" for the unsanctioned special,
which boasted a $6,000 paycheck. Jason knocked down the fourth quickest
time overall during the qualifying session on Saturday prior to
scoring the victory in his loaded heat race. After rolling off from
the outside of the second row in Sunday's 50-lap finale, Jason moved
up to second early in the feature distance and wound up earning
an impressive runner-up performance in his season opener behind
only victor Michael Page! Complete results from this weekend's 'Ice
Bowl' at TST can be viewed online at www.talladegashorttrack.com.