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Weekend Rewind: American Sprint Car Series

TULSA, Okla. (October 27, 2014) - The 27th running of the COMPcams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tire gave fans plenty to talk about this past weekend. Along with the action in Little Rock, Ark. the drama was also thick in Arizona as the ASCS Southwest Region took on the Arizona Speedway for the final time this season.

Race count on the season stands at 158 to make 189 sanctioned events for the American Sprint Car Series with 72 winners across 305cid and 360cid competition. To this point, 617 drivers have taken part in at least one ASCS sanctioned event in 2014.

The Winners:

Wednesday, October 22, 2014
• Aaron Reutzel (STN Open) - A much needed win for Aaron Reutzel, the Clute, Texas driver pocketed $2,000 and guaranteed a provisional into Saturday's $15,000 to win Short Track Nationals finale. The win was Reutzel's third in an as many races at the I-30 Speedway.

Thursday, October 23, 2014
• Brian Brown (STN) - Having not made the cut at the Short Track Nationals since 2010, Brian Brown races his way into the show in dramatic fashion with a last lap, last corner pass on Aaron Reutzel.

Friday, October 24, 2014
• Christopher Bell (STN) - Working around Matt Covington on Lap 16, Christopher Bell secured his 23rd victory of the season and third with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real on the season. The win secured Bell's third trip to Saturday's $15,000 to win feature. The win was also Bell's first with the National Tour at the I-30 Speedway.

Saturday, October 25, 2014
• Mike Rux, Jr. (Southwest) - Leading start to finish, Mike Rux, Jr. parked his No. 22 in Victory Lane at the Arizona Speedway just outside Phoenix on Saturday night. Even better, the night's feature saw an increased payout, awarding Rux $2,000 for his first ASCS score.

• Christopher Bell (STN) - Runner-up the past two years, Christopher Bell bagged season victory No. 24, and for the first time the title of Champion at the Short Track Nationals. In Victory Lane, Bell said the win was the highest paying night of his racing career.

News and Notes:
• Congratulations Brandon - Due to an injury sustained at the Battleground Speedway, Brandon Berryman couldn't make the trip to the I-30 Speedway to enjoy watching his No. 31 grab the win, but he was in Victory Lane thanks to an iPhone and FaceTime. Congratulations Brandon, we hope to see you back at the track soon.

• Battle to Brawl - There were a few instances over the course of the Short Track Nationals that ended up with a few hard hits. Battling for the final transfer to Saturday's A-Feature on Thursday night, Tim Crawley and Jerrod Hull came together with Hull going upside down. Out the car in a hurry, the pair ended up on the ground to settle their disagreement. Both walked away from the incident unhappy, but not hurt. Fast forward to Friday night, and the final transfer out of a B-Feature turned ugly as Eric Riggins, Jr. went up and over the No. 17w of Harli White. Riggins was soon introduced to Harli's Father, Charlie. Putting Harli into Saturday's Last Chance Qualifiers, she was awarded the Josh Howard Determination Award by I-30 Speedway officials.

• Photo Finish - Thursday's A-Feature looked to be well in hand for Aaron Reutzel. That was until a restart with two laps to run pitted Reutzel against Brian Brown. Protecting the bottom groove, Brown had no choice but to rail the I-30 Speedway. Getting a fantastic run on the final lap into turns three and four, Brown was all throttle off the cushion to edge out Reutzel by maybe two feet at the line.

• STN Rookie - It's hard to imagine the word "Rookie" associated with Shane Golobic, but the Fremont, California ace earned the title Rookie of the Year for the 2014 Short Track Nationals of the Sparks Motorsports No. 91.

• Tires Always Win - The infield tires at the I-30 Speedway are famous. They are big, white, and don't move no matter how hard you hit them, and there are plenty of the oversized beasts lining the bottom line. Over the course of the weekend, several drivers tested the tires, but none harder than Taylor Tidmore. Battling in a Heat Race during the STN Open, Tidmore found the highline blocked exiting turn four, sending the No. 32b into the turn-one tires with incredible force. Breaking the front of the car off, Tidmore's family owned No. 13 was called into action for the rest of the weekend.

• On the Podium - Taking a look at the STN finishes, only one driver placed on the podium three times. Taking into account that anyone can compete in the STN Open, Aaron Reutzel picked off the win Wednesday night, finished runner up on his qualifying night, and was second to Christopher Bell on Saturday night. In fact, since Saturday at the Devil's Bowl Winter Nationals, every night Aaron Reutzel has been on the docket has resulted in a podium finish.

• First Win - Mike Rux, Jr. picked up his first win in ASCS competition this past Saturday night at the Arizona Speedway. Mike's best finish of the year to that point was fifth at the Tucson International Raceway on May 3.

• First Time Starters - Saturday night in Little Rock saw seven first time starters. In order by starting position, the first timers included: Dalton Davis (6th), Shawn Dancer (7th), Alex Sewell (8th), Gary Taylor (10th), A.J. Bruns (15th), Jerod Roller (17th), and Dusty Zomer (19th).

Coming Up:
Leaving the final week of October open as a just in case rain date for the STN, the final stretch for the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real takes the National Tour to the southwest for four nights of racing in Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. Kicking off Friday, November 7 at the El Paso Speedway Park in El Paso, Texas, the following night will be at the Southern New Mexico Speedway in Las Cruces, N.M.

The 2014 Season Finale takes place at the Cocopah Speedway in Yuma, Ariz. on Friday, November 14 and Saturday, November 15. The Friday prelim pays $5,000 to win, while the season's final event will pay $10,000 to win.

Tickets for the El Paso Speedway Park can be purchased online at http://www.ascsracing.com. Tickets for the Cocopah Speedway can be found at http://www.cocopahspeedway.com.

For a complete listing of ASCS events in 2014, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

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Mike Rux, Jr. Breaks into ASCS Southwest Victory Lane

QUEEN CREEK, Ariz. (October 25, 2014) - The ASCS Southwest Region paid their final visit to the Arizona Speedway for the 2014 season this past Saturday night with Mike Rux, Jr. breaking through for his first victory with the American Sprint Car Series.

The Mesa, Ariz. shoe led start to finish for the $2,000 score with Casey Buckman coming from seventh to second. Bob Ream, Jr. followed from eight to claim third followed by Kaylene Verville and Lance Norick to complete the top-five.

Jesse Baker, Kyle Danielson, Nick Parker, Glen Brace, and Cody Sickles made up the top-ten.

The ASCS Southwest Region joins up with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real on November 7 at the El Paso Speedway Park in El Paso, Texas. Tickets are on sale at http://www.ascsracing.com.

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 22-Mike Rux Jr[1]; 2. 91-Casey Buckman[7]; 3. 8-Bob Ream Jr[8]; 4. 01-Kaylene Verville[10]; 5. 90-Lance Norick[4]; 6. 22X-Jesse Baker[2]; 7. 17K-Kyle Danielson[17]; 8. 94-Nick Parker[5]; 9. 13-Glen Brace[3]; 10. 14-Cody Sickles[14]; 11. 55-Don Sink[20]; 12. (DNF) 9-Ryan Linder[6]; 13. (DNF) 41W-Joshua Williams[9]; 14. (DNF) 5-Bud Rowe[18]; 15. (DNF) 20Z-Rick Ziehl[11]; 16. (DNF) 57X-James Aragon[21]; 17. (DNF) 5A-Michael Curtis[12]; 18. (DNF) 11T-Steve Lohn[15]; 19. (DNF) 18-Wes Wofford[19]; 20. (DNF) 29S-Darrell Sickles[16]; 21. (DQ) 75-J.T. Imperial[13]

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Weekend Rewind: American Sprint Car Series

TULSA, Okla. (October 20, 2014) The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real paired with the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region this past weekend for the 41st running of the Devil's Bowl Winter Nationals.

Two nights of racing saw nearly perfect weather at the Devil's Bowl Speedway with 47 drivers taking part in this year's event for races 79 and 80 for the series at the famed half-mile oval.

The Winners:
Friday, October 17, 2014
• Tony Bruce, Jr. (National / Lone Star) - For the thirteenth time in his career, Tony Bruce, Jr. stood in Victory Lane with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real. Taking over the top spot on Lap 21, Bruce swept preliminary night events for the Spring and Winter Nationals in 2014 at the Devil's Bowl.

Saturday, October 18, 2014
• Matt Covington (National / Lone Star) - A long time dream for the Matt Covington, the T&L Foundry No. 95 finally found Victory Lane at the Devil's Bowl with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour. The win is Covington's fourth with the National arm of the American Sprint Car Series.

News and Notes:

• Jason Johnson - A very scary situation turned out to be not as bad as once feared for Jason Johnson as the U-Joint shattered in the MVT No. 41 while leading Friday night at the Devil's Bowl. Causing his legs to go numb from the impact of the driveline, Johnson coasted safely from turn three to the entrance of turn one. Medics were able to extract Johnson and he was treated at the track. Thankfully, the Butlerbuilt scatter bag took the brunt of the impact, sparing Johnson what could have been severe leg trauma.

• Hard Hits - Several drivers took some hard licks over the weekend. Friday night saw J.J. Simmons hard into the wall. The hit ended his weekend. Saturday night, Blake Hahn slid high exiting the fourth turn, sending the No. 52 into the wall and to his side before coming to a rest.

• Engine Woes - The taste of victory can be quickly erased. For Kris Miller, that sweet taste turned bitter quickly after winning his Heat Race on Friday night. Just after the checkered flag, Miller's ASI built power plant expired. To make things worse, Miller's performance had him in the redraw.

• Brad Loyet - Speaking of engine woes, none hurt more than Brad Loyet's fiery display on Saturday night. Sitting second with a chance at the win, Loyet's engine exploded into a ball of fire on Lap 24. Brad escaped without injury, but the Missouri shoe saw his advantage over Jeff Swindell go from 77 markers to 36 in an instant.

• Double-up - It took 10 years for Dusty Zomer to return to the Devil's Bowl Speedway, and it was one of solid runs with a pair of runner-up finishes in the Buffalo Wild Wings No. 82.

• Finally Finishing - A fourth on Friday, followed by a third on Saturday was enough to put a smile on the face of Aaron Reutzel. Plagued by engine problems the last month, Reutzel gave praise to engine builder, Dennis Wells, for getting his program back together in time for the Winter Nationals.

• Hard Charger - Johnny Herrera found himself in B-Features both nights of the Winter Nationals with finishes landing shy of a transfer. Forced to take his final full point Provisionals of the season, Herrera didn't let them go to waste, advancing 15 positions on Friday night, and 16 positions on Saturday night. The only other driver to match Herrera was Sam Hafertepe, Jr. who passed 15 drivers on Friday night.

• Patrick Stasa - The former resident of Kingman, Kan. secured his first ASCS Championship this past weekend, topping the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region. Stasa's season also included his first National Tour win with the Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals. Congratulations Patrick on a well deserved championship.

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Matt Covington Breaks Through at the Devil's Bowl Winter Nationals

MESQUITE, Texas (October 18, 2014) Twice in 2014 Matt Covington has been close to winning at the Devil's Bowl Speedway with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real. Silver in the Spring Nationals, Bronze in the Summer Nationals, and finally Gold as the Oklahoma shoe led start-to-finish in the 41st annual Devil's Bowl Winter Nationals.

Covington's fourth career Lucas Oil ASCS victory, the win is his second of the season.

"This feels better than I thought it would. I've always wanted to win a National Tour race here. This means more to me than my first ever National Tour win. By far tops them all. I love this track, I love this place," commented a jubilant Matt Covington. "This is a dream come true."

Two attempts at the start, Covington was able to out run Brandon Hanks as the A-Rock Material No. 95 committed to the hub of the Devil's Bowl Speedway. Catching traffic by the fifth round, caution for Wayne Johnson brought the field single file.

At speed, Covington set a torrid pace around the half-mile oval with slower traffic in the picture again by Lap 12. Working every angle on slower cars, Covington found all roads blocked, allowing Brad Loyet to make up a half straight-a-way, however, Loyet's night would end in a ball of fire as power plant in the Vacuworx Global No. 05 gave up on Lap 24. Loyet was credited with twenty-first, and saw his advantage cut to 36 makers over Jeff Swindell.

A caution on Lap 26 for Tommy Bryant, followed by a red for Blake Hahn on Lap 28, Matt Covington was able to hold off Dusty Zomer who crossed runner-up for the second night in a row.

"I tried to do what I could to put a good show on there at the end but Matt was just too tough. The track was a little bit too good but we made the best of it. To come out of here with a pair of seconds with this many cars; we'll take it."

Improving one from Friday night, Aaron Reutzel posted his fifth podium finish of the season, "I'll tell you what, just to finish a race feel like a win to me right now," commented Reutzel who has been plagued by engine failures as of late. "I cannot thank Dennis Wells enough. I brought him this engine two weeks ago, complete blown up with nothing left, and he got it back to me in a week and a half. This thing really ran strong and like I said, the way out lucks been lately, it feel like a win just to finish a race."

Jeff Swindell advanced from seventh to fourth with Derek Hagar rebounding from Friday night to complete the top five in the Steve King Foundation No. E85. Tony Bruce, Jr. raced to a sixth place finish with the night's KSE Hard Charger award going to Johnny Herrera. Twenty-third to eighth on Friday after having to take a provisional, Herrera again found himself twenty-third at the start, improving one to finish seventh. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. crossed eighth with Patrick Stasa ninth and Jason Johnson tenth from nineteenth.

Seeing 44 drivers in competition Saturday night, five Heat Races went to Wayne Johnson, Patrick Stasa, Derek Hagar, Brad Loyet, and Jeff Swindell. A pair of B-Features went to Brandon Long and Jake Martens. Provisionals were utilized by Johnny Herrera and Blake Hahn.

The final night for the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region in 2014, Patrick Stasa secured his first ASCS championship.

The Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real heads for the I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark. for the 27th annual Short Track Nationals. Kicking off Wednesday with the second STN Open, qualifying begins on Thursday, October 23 and wraps up on Saturday, October 25. Live online PPV is available at http://www.shorttracknationals.com. Tickets are on sale with information posted at http://www.i-30speedway.com.

A- Feature (30 Laps): 1. 95-Matt Covington[1]; 2. 82-Dusty Zomer[5]; 3. 87-Aaron Reutzel[4]; 4. 94-Jeff Swindell[7]; 5. E85-Derek Hagar[6]; 6. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[8]; 7. 45X-Johnny Herrera[23]; 8. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[11]; 9. 19-Patrick Stasa[10]; 10. 41-Jason Johnson[19]; 11. 53-Jack Dover[14]; 12. 17-Josh Baughman[16]; 13. 33Z-Zach Chappell[22]; 14. 2K-Brandon Long[17]; 15. 1J-Danny Jennings[12]; 16. 0-Jake Martens[18]; 17. (DNF) 52-Blake Hahn[24]; 18. (DNF) 7M-Kevin Ramey[20]; 19. (DNF) 28-Tommy Bryant[21]; 20. (DNF) 23-Seth Bergman[15]; 21. (DNF) 05-Brad Loyet[3]; 22. (DNF) 77X-Wayne Johnson[9]; 23. (DNF) 17T-Channin Tankersley[13]; 24. (DNF) 3H-Brandon Hanks[2]

Lap Leader(s): Matt Covington 1-30

Devil's Bowl Speedway - Lucas Oil ASCS Winners: Gary Wright (Hooks, TX) 20, Jason Johnson (Eunice, LA.) 10, Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK.) 6, Kevin Ramey (Ft. Worth, TX.) 4, Danny Jennings (Norman, OK.) 3, Sammy Swindell (Germantown, TN.) 3, Tony Bruce, Jr. (Liberal, KS.) 3, Brian Brown (Grain Valley, MO.) 2, Garry Lee Maier (Cimarron, KS.) 2, Jeff Swindell (Bartlett, TN) 2, Johnny Herrera (Albuquerque, N.M.) 2, Mike Peters (Wichita, KS.) 2, Shane Stewart (Bixby, OK.) 2, Terry Gray (Bartlett, TN.) 2, Travis Rilat (Forney, TX.) 2, Shane Carson (Oklahoma City, OK.), Alan Payne (Dallas, TX.), Danny Lasoski (Dover, MO.), Edd French (El Paso, TX.), Jack Dover (Springfield, NE.), Jake Peters (Sioux Falls, S.D.), Kyle Bellm (Nixa, MO.), Larry Neighbors (Oklahoma City, OK.), Mike Ward (Memphis, TN.), Patrick Stasa (Ft. Worth, TX.), Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (Sunnyvale, TX.), Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA.), Shane Carson (Oklahoma City, OK.), Tim Crawley (Bryant, AR.), Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK)

2014 A-Feature Winner(s): Sam Hafertepe, Jr. - 4. Brad Loyet - 3, Jeff Swindell - 3, Tony Bruce, Jr. - 3, Aaron Reutzel -2, Rico Abreu - 2, Christopher Bell - 2, Brian Brown - 2, Seth Bergman - 2, Wayne Johnson - 2, Derek Hagar - 2, Matt Covington - 2, Patrick Stasa - 1, Sammy Swindell - 1, Davey Heskin - 1, Tim Crawley - 1

2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Brad Loyet 3,740; 2. Jeff Swindell 3,704; 3. Johnny Herrera 3,689; 4. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 3,687; 5. Jason Johnson 3,668; 6. Seth Bergman 3,487; 7. Matt Covington 3,455; 8. Tony Bruce, Jr. 3,400; 9. Aaron Reutzel 3,199; 10. Blake Hahn 3,141;

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Tony Bruce, Jr. Takes Winter Nationals Preliminary Checkers

MESQUITE, Texas (October 17, 2014) Winning the preliminary night of the 2014 Devil's Bowl Spring Nationals, Tony Bruce, Jr. added the preliminary night of the 2014 Devil's Bowl Winter Nationals to his list of victories at the Mesquite, Texas oval, bringing his win count to three with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real at the Devil's Bowl Speedway.

"First let me start off by saying my thoughts and prayers go out to Jason [Johnson]," said Bruce after scoring his third win of the season. "No one ever wants to win a race like that; we had a second place car that ended up getting a win to his unfortunate situation and like I said, my thoughts and prayers go out to him. I hope nothing's serious and he's out here tomorrow."

"We're happy to have a win. I mean, anytime you can get a win on this thing, it's tough to do and so I've got to thank everybody that's a part of this crew."

Giving chase to Jason Johnson from the start, Bruce took over the top spot on Lap 21 as the red flag flew for Johnson who saw his night end with a broken driveline in the MVT No. 41. Removed by Paramedics, Johnson did complain of pain in his legs but was not transported. No updates have been given as to his condition at this time.

Dusty Zomer raced from seventh to second. Capitalizing on the Lap 21 restart, Zomer shot under Matt Covington for the runner up spot.

"I pulled by wing back a little bit there. You have to run top four to get locked in here, so you're in a security blanket but we're here to make some money and do what we have to do, but the car stuck. It did push just a little on me, so I did check with Matt [Covington] to make sure I didn't do him dirty - First time back in 10 years, and I'm happy to be back."

Holding off Aaron Reutzel in the closing laps, Matt Covington recorded his fifth podium finish of the season, "The last national race we had at Wheatland, I had a hard time. Just some bad luck and didn't do the best job I could do but man, I love being here at the Devil's Bowl. This is my favorite track and had a lot of fun out there. Had fun racing with Tony and Dusty, he just caught me sleeping there in turn-two."

Aaron Reutzel earned the final transfer into Saturday's championship event for his eighth top five finish of the season. Brad Loyet came from ninth to complete the top five, putting 77 points between himself and Jeff Swindell who shot from fifth to second in tour standings.

Swindell from eleventh grabbed sixth with Sam Hafertepe, Jr. earning the KSE Hard Charger Award with an impressive driver from twenty-second to seventh after a crash in his Heat Race forced the No. 15h into the night's second B-Feature. Sam is now 80 points from the lead in third.

Equally impressive was Johnny Herrera's run from twenty-third to eight. Forced to take a provisional into the night's A-Feature, Herrera now sits fourth only 81 points back from Loyet. Jack Dover crossed ninth with Wayne Johnson coming from twentieth to complete the top-ten.

Bringing 47 drivers to the Devil's Bowl, six Heat Races went to Kris Miller, J.J. Simmons, Brad Loyet, Aaron Reutzel, Jeff Swindell, and Jason Johnson. Making the redraw, Miller was unable to continue as the engine expired on the No. 33 just after taking the checkered flag.

Danny Jennings and Brandon Long each won B-Features. Along with Herrera, Seth Bergman also took a provisional into the A-Feature but was unable to finish due to engine problems.

Paired with the Smiley's Racing Products Lone Star Region, high points went to Kevin Ramey, followed by Michael Lang, Patrick Stasa, Danny Jennings, and Martin Edwards.

The 41st annual Devil's Bowl Winter Nationals continues on Saturday, October 18 with races getting underway at 8:00 P.M. (CT).

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[5]; 2. 82-Dusty Zomer[7]; 3. 95-Matt Covington[4]; 4. 87-Aaron Reutzel[10]; 5. 05-Brad Loyet[9]; 6. 94-Jeff Swindell[11]; 7. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[22]; 8. 45X-Johnny Herrera[23]; 9. 53-Jack Dover[6]; 10. 77X-Wayne Johnson[20]; 11. 7M-Kevin Ramey[15]; 12. 21T-Ray Allen Kulhanek[19]; 13. 3H-Brandon Hanks[12]; 14. 14-Michael Lang[16]; 15. 19-Patrick Stasa[21]; 16. 0-Jake Martens[13]; 17. 1J-Danny Jennings[17]; 18. (DNF) 41-Jason Johnson[1]; 19. (DNF) 45-Martin Edwards[2]; 20. (DNF) 4X-Shawn Petersen[14]; 21. (DNF) 66-J.J. Simmons[8]; 22. (DNF) 2K-Brandon Long[18]; 23. (DNF) 23-Seth Bergman[24]; DNS 33-Kris Miller

Lap Leader(s): Jason Johnson 1-21; Tony Bruce, Jr. 22-25
Provisional(s): Johnny Herrera (BP2), Seth Bergman (P1)

Devil's Bowl Speedway - Lucas Oil ASCS Winners: Gary Wright (Hooks, TX) 20, Jason Johnson (Eunice, LA.) 10, Wayne Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK.) 6, Kevin Ramey (Ft. Worth, TX.) 4, Danny Jennings (Norman, OK.) 3, Sammy Swindell (Germantown, TN.) 3, Tony Bruce, Jr. (Liberal, KS.) 3, Brian Brown (Grain Valley, MO.) 2, Garry Lee Maier (Cimarron, KS.) 2, Jeff Swindell (Bartlett, TN) 2, Johnny Herrera (Albuquerque, N.M.) 2, Mike Peters (Wichita, KS.) 2, Shane Stewart (Bixby, OK.) 2, Terry Gray (Bartlett, TN.) 2, Travis Rilat (Forney, TX.) 2, Shane Carson (Oklahoma City, OK.), Alan Payne (Dallas, TX.), Danny Lasoski (Dover, MO.), Edd French (El Paso, TX.), Jack Dover (Springfield, NE.), Jake Peters (Sioux Falls, S.D.), Kyle Bellm (Nixa, MO.), Larry Neighbors (Oklahoma City, OK.), Mike Ward (Memphis, TN.), Patrick Stasa (Ft. Worth, TX.), Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (Sunnyvale, TX.), Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA.), Shane Carson (Oklahoma City, OK.), Tim Crawley (Bryant, AR.)

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2014 A-Feature Winner(s): Sam Hafertepe, Jr. - 4. Brad Loyet - 3, Jeff Swindell - 3, Tony Bruce, Jr. - 3, Aaron Reutzel -2, Rico Abreu - 2, Christopher Bell - 2, Brian Brown - 2, Seth Bergman - 2, Wayne Johnson - 2, Derek Hagar - 2, Patrick Stasa - 1, Sammy Swindell - 1, Davey Heskin - 1, Matt Covington - 1, Tim Crawley - 1

2014 Lucas Oil ASCS Driver Standings (Top 10): 1. Brad Loyet 3,651; 2. Jeff Swindell 3,574; 3. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 3,571; 4. Johnny Herrera 3,570; 5. Jason Johnson 3,558; 6. Seth Bergman 3,397; 7. Matt Covington 3,305; 8. Tony Bruce, Jr. 3,278; 9. Aaron Reutzel 3,064; 10. Blake Hahn 3,045

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2014 ASCS National Points
Oct. 18

1. Brad Loyet 3740
2. Jeff Swindell 3704
3. Johnny Herrera 3689
4. Sam Hafertepe Jr. 3687
5. Jason Johnson 3668
6. Seth Bergman 3487
7. Matt Covington 3455
8. Tony Bruce Jr. 3400
9. Aaron Reutzel 3199
10. Blake Hahn 3141
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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