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Meyers is hot! Fifth straight WoO win at Fremont - HD Staff - October 15, 2011 - Fremont, OH. ...Jason Meyers is the hottest driver in sprint car racing. The World of Outlaws points leader all but wrapped up the 2011 WoO driving title with his fifth straight win Saturday night at Fremont Speedway. Meyers also took over the lead in the Racer's Racing Series point standings with just nine "big" races left on the season schedule. ...Finishing second at Fremont was Kerry Madsen and local hero Bryan Sebbetto stood on the WoO podium for the first time in his career with a strong third place finish.

Meyers owns National Open - By Kyle Luetters - Mechanicsburg, PA - October 7, 2011 - Jason Meyers continued his winning ways Friday night by taking the $50,000 win in the National Open at Williams Grove Speedway. Meyers has now won the last three consecutive Outlaw races at the famed half mile oval. “I’m not even sure where to begin,” said Meyers as he caught his breath in Victory Lane. “We wanted to win here for so long and now we’ve got three in a row. It’s a huge race to win, not only because of the prestige and the payday but because it’s in Charlie Garrett’s backyard. His shop is in Hanover (Pa.) and this is just a testament to just how strong his engines are. I knew I wasn’t going to get very many shots at Daryn (Pittman) and I didn’t want to see that late race single file restart but we made it work. We started fifth and won tonight which is very difficult to do here. Everybody on this DDNi/Media-Tile/GLR Investments/All-Star Performance team totally deserves this and I still can’t believe it.” ...Meyers win coupled with a rear-end failure on Sammy Swindell's sprinter - allowed Meyers to cut Swindell's lead in the Racer's Racing Series down to just 21 points.

Meyers wins Williams Grove Summer Nationals - By Kyle Leuters - Mechanicsburg, PA. - July 23, 2011 - Jason Meyers had 48 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series main event victories in his career entering Saturday night’s $20,000-to-win Summer Nationals finale at Williams Grove Speedway, a track where he has so desperately wanted a win, a track where every Outlaw was eager to end the victory lane drought. Sure, Sammy Swindell captured the National Open last fall, but no regularly touring member of the series had won an A-main at the historic half-mile since July 19, 2008.  That all changed Saturday when Meyers finally earned his first victory at Williams Grove, a stone’s throw from the shop of his engine builder Charlie Garrett. With a lightning fast DDNi/Allstar Performance/Media Tile KPC, Meyers was the class of the 45-car field, holding off Stevie Smith on two late cautions to break a 13-race World of Outlaws winless streak at the track and close within one point of leader Donny Schatz.

Meyers sweeps Charlotte, brings home World of Outlaws Championship - By Bobby Gerould - November 6, 2010. Concord, NC. ...Doing what no other California driver has ever done, Jason Meyers wrapped up the World of Outlaws championship Saturday night at the sold-out Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The Clovis, CA. native drove the Elite Racing KPC #14 to wins in both 25 lap A-mains on the 4/10's-mile red dirt oval, leaving no doubt that the 2010 World of Outlaws season will be remembered as "the year of Jason Meyers". The 31 year-old won 12 features on the season including the Gold Cup and the Ironman 55. His exclamation point wins at Charlotte backed up the $150,000 check he received as Champion.

Meyers keeps Gold Cup in Golden State - By Bobby Gerould - September 11, 2010. Chico, CA. ...Jason Meyers became the first California driver since Darrell Hanestad to win the Gold Cup Race of Champions Saturday night at Silver Dollar Speedway. Meyers, a Clovis native, ended a 20 year drought for California drivers dating back to 1989 when Hanestad scored. Saturday night's World of Outlaws sanctioned win was worth $50,000 - making it the biggest win of Meyers' career. ...Steve Kinser finished second, in the 40-lap feature on the quarter-mile clay oval, with a strong drive from 18th starting position. Paul McMahan finished third followed by Jac Haudenschild (started 15th) and Donny Schatz. Kyle Larson notched his career best WoO finish with a sixth place run. Joey Saldana rebounded from a trip to the work area on lap 27 to finish seventh followed by Bud Kaeding, Jon Allard, and Sammy Swindell. ...Lucas Wolfe walked away from a wickedly violent flip in one of the twin B-Mains.

Big racing day produces big winners: Clauson, Stewart, Meyers, & Layton. - HD Staff - August 7, 2010. ...The date August 7th 2010 marked the only day in the year with FOUR Racer's Racing Series points races. The most prestigious win was claimed by Bryan Clauson who captured the 33rd running of the Belleville Midget Nationals at the Belleville High Banks in Kansas. Clauson won the race last year as well which aligns him with Stan Fox (1979-80) and Kasey Kahne (2000-01) as the only drivers to win back-to-back events*. ...The highest paying race of the day was snared by Jason Meyers. The Clovis, California racer took home $20,000 for his win in the Ironman 55 - sanctioned by the World of Outlaws at 1-55 Raceway in Pevely, MO. ...Chad Layton won the Jim Nace Extreme Race at Port Royal Speedway. That W was worth $15,000. ...Shane Stewart drove the Silva Motorsports #57 A.R.T. Chassis to victory in the 20th ASCS 360 Nationals at Knoxville Raceway in Iowa. Stewart earned $10,000. (stat by Bryan Gapinski)

Meyers wins second straight - HD Staff - Lake Odessa, MI., May 22, 2010 - Jason Meyers won his second consecutive World of Outlaws feature event Saturday night at I-96 Speedway. The win came on the heels of Meyers' victory in Virginia last week. The Elite Racing #14 pilot now has a WoO best six wins on the young 2010 season.

Meyers wins fourth WoO feature - HD Staff - April 10, 2010 - Pocola, OK. ...Jason Meyers earned his series leading fourth victory of the World of Outlaws Sprint Car season Saturday night. A delay in posting results by the WoO was due to the complete reconstruction of the final five laps of the A-main using computerized scoring, line scoring and Official's observations. Lucas Wolfe matched a career best runner-up finish, with Kraig Kinser third, Brad Sweet fourth and Paul McMahan fifth. Donny Schatz finished sixth with Toni Lutar seventh for the finish in his World of Outlaws career. Terry McCarl was eighth, with Steve Kinser ninth and Joey Saldana 10th. The World of Outlaws return to action on Friday, April 16 at Paducah International Raceway in Kentucky and on Saturday, April 17 at I-55 Raceway in Missouri.

Meyers takes WoO point lead with Saturday Bulls Gap win - By Tony Veneziano (and Bobby Gerould) - Bulls Gap, TN-- March 20, 2010-- Jason Meyers has had one of the most consistent starts of any driver on the World of Outlaws circuit this season and on Saturday night that consistency paid off as he not only picked up his third win of the year but also took the lead in the series championship standings as well, as he was victorious in the finale of Kasey's King of Bulls Gap Presented By Budweiser at the blazing fast and ultra high-banked Volunteer Speedway. Meyers opened the two-day event which was co-sanctioned with the All Star Circuit of Champions by finishing seventh on Friday night and used a number of items that he and his team learned in that 35-lapper to prepare for Saturday night. For Meyers it was his 38th career A-Feature wins with the World of Outlaws, as he looks to become just the 12th driver in series history to eclipse the 40-win plateau. ...Lance Dewease finished second and Brad Sweet, the Racer's Racing Series points leader finished third. ...Joey Saldana flipped and injured his hand.

Meyers & Saldana win WoO mains at Tulare - HD Staff - March 5-6, 2010 - Jason Meyers and Joey Saldana won the respective World of Outlaws, Friday and Saturday, A-Main Events at Thunderbowl Raceway. On Friday Meyers beat Saldana and Jac Haudenschild to the checkered flag while the Saturday feature was topped by Saldana followed by Meyers and Pennsylvania visitor Fred Rahmer. ...Jon Allard and Tim Shaffer were involved in a wicked crash during the start of the third heat in the Saturday night program. Both were taken to local hospitals. (Allard was released early Sunday morning. No word on Shaffer yet but his injuries were not believed to be serious). Brian Ellenberger crashed hard Friday night and did not participate Saturday due to an injured knee and the effects of a concussion. ...Dean Alexander won the Saturday night companion USAC West Coast Sprint Car A-Main.

Meyers from 18th wins Vegas WoO - February 26, 2010 - Las Vegas, NV. - By Tony Veneziano - Jason Meyers has been involved in some thrilling races over the years, but probably none quite as exciting as Friday night, when he battled 20-time World of Outlaws champion Steve Kinser and four-time and defending series titlist Donny Schatz right down to the wire to score a breathtaking win in the Second Annual Las Vegas Super Sprint Classic at The Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway before a huge crowd. Even more impressive was the fact that Meyers lined up 18th on the grid for the 30-lap contest and steadily worked his way to the front. (More)



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