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THIRD PLACE EFFORTS IN ALFRED GURLEY MEMORIAL!
(July 24, 2022) Following a rain-out on Friday night at East Alabama Motor Speedway, Team One Motorsports returned to action on Saturday evening, July 23 in the 'Alfred Gurley Memorial Twin 25s' at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama. Jason Hiett knocked down the third quickest time in Group A during the qualifying session to earn the fifth starting spot for the first 25-lap feature. With $1,500 on the line, Jason moved up to finish on the podium in third behind only victor Sam Seawright and runner-up Dillon Tidmore. In the second $1,500 to win contest, Jason also brought home a strong third place podium performance in the 25-lap affair! Full results can be viewed online at www.talladegashorttrack.com.

HIETT LANDS ON PODIUM IN PAIR OF TST SPECIALS!
(April 24, 2022) Team One Motorsports made the short trek to Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama over the April 22-23 weekend for a pair of Super Late Model special events that accompanied NASCAR's visit across the road at Talladega Superspeedway. On Friday night in the $2,000 to win weekend opener, Jason Hiett qualified third quickest before moving up to finish second in the unsanctioned A-Main behind only winner Sam Seawright. At TST on Saturday evening in the $3,000 to win weekend finale, Jason posted the fourth fastest time in qualifying prior to placing third in the headliner behind only victor Sam Seawright and runner-up Tim Roszell. Complete results from the last two days can be viewed online at www.talladegashorttrack.com.

JASON HIETT WIRES TALLADEGA FIELD FOR FIRST WIN!
(April 3, 2022) Jason Hiett, of Oxford, Alabama, reached victory lane for the first time in the young 2022 campaign on Saturday evening, April 2 at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama! Jason, who was aboard his own #1 Capital racecar for the second time this season, laid down the quickest lap overall during Super Late Model qualifying to earn the pole position for the 30-lap weekly feature event. During the caution-free affair, Jason led each and every circuit to capture the $1,200 winner's check ahead of a top five that consisted of runner-up Tim Busha, Dillon Tidmore, Dalton Polston, and Sam Seawright! Full results from last night at TST can be found online at www.talladegashorttrack.com.

HIETT BACK IN ACTION IN CAPITAL CAR AT BOYD'S
(March 20, 2022) Back in his own #1 Capital racecar, Jason Hiett returned to racing action on Saturday, March 19 in the annual running of the 'Shamrock' at Boyd's Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia. The Ultimate Super Late Model Series roared into the Chattanooga area to preside over a $5,000 to win throwdown. Jason encountered some brake issues and new car woes during the course of the day, but timed in twelfth fastest in Group B during the qualifying session. The Oxford, Alabama ace was then battling for a coveted transfer spot through his B-Main before ultimately winding up eighth, which was unfortunately a few positions away from advancing into the 40-lapper that was ultimately won by Ricky Weiss. Complete results from last night at Boyd's Speedway can be viewed online at www.boydsspeedway.com.

JCM MOTORSPORTS & HIETT TACKLE WINTERNATIONALS
(February 12, 2022) The busy week at East Bay Raceway Park wrapped up earlier tonight with the sixth and final 'Winternationals' show for the ground-pounding Super Late Models. With all eyes set on the $15,000 windfall, a total of 69 entrants signed into the pit area to do battle at the Gibsonton, Florida oval in the final event of "Speedweeks" for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. Jason Hiett posted the twenty-seventh quickest lap in Group B during time trials and later scratched from the remainder of the program. Jason was unfortunately forced to watch the 50-lap grand finale at East Bay, which was won by Devin Moran, from the grandstands.

(February 11, 2022) Round five of the 46th Annual 'Winternationals' at East Bay Raceway Park took center stage tonight, as the stakes were raised to $12,000 to win for the 74 competitors racing with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. Jason Hiett knocked down the twenty-fourth fastest time in Group A during qualifying prior to running tenth in his stacked heat race. The Oxford, Alabama ace then opted to load prior to the B-Main and was not able to find a way into the 50-lap main event that was won once again by Brandon Sheppard.

(February 10, 2022) A stellar 75 car field was on hand tonight for the fourth night of the annual 'Winternationals' at the storied East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida, as a $7,000 winner's check was up for grabs. Jason Hiett qualified twenty-first quickest in Group B during time trials and later ran ninth in his heat race and tenth in his B-Main. Unfortunately, Jason was unable to make the start in the 40-lapper that was ultimately won by Brandon Sheppard for the second straight evening.

(February 9, 2022) Following last night's rain-out, the 46th edition of the 'Winternationals' at East Bay Raceway Park continued tonight, as 70 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series competitors piled into the pit area at the Gibsonton, Florida facility to battle for the $7,000 payday. Jason Hiett laid down the twenty-second quickest time in Group A during the qualifying session prior to placing eighth in his heat race. Following an unfortunate spin and a thirteenth place performance in his B-Main, Jason was forced to watch the 40-lap headliner that was eventually won by Brandon Sheppard.

(February 8, 2022) Tonight's second leg of the annual 'Winternationals' at East Bay Raceway Park has been washed out due to persistent rain showers. The $5,000 to win Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series program at the storied Gibsonton, Florida oval WILL NOT be rescheduled.

(February 7, 2022) Night one of the Super Late Model portion of the 46th Annual 'Winternationals' took place earlier this evening at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series showdown at the Tampa-area facility drew 70 competitors to vie for the $5,000 windfall. Jason Hiett stopped the clock twenty-eighth fastest in Group A during qualifying before running twelfth in his heat race and nineteenth in his B-Main. Jason was unfortunately not able to advance into the 30-lapper that was ultimately won by Dennis Erb, Jr.

JASON HIETT & JCM MOTORSPORTS START YEAR AT GIS
(January 29, 2022) The three-day 'Super Bowl of Racing' at Golden Isles Speedway wrapped up today with a $15,000 to win Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series throwdown. On a blustery day in southeast Georgia, Jason Hiett timed in fifteenth quickest in Group B during qualifying and later ran sixth in his heat race and tenth in his B-Main. Unfortunately, Jason was unable to transfer into the night's 50-lap weekend finale at GIS, which was won for the second straight evening by Brandon Overton.

(January 28, 2022) Night two of the 'Super Bowl of Racing' took center stage tonight at Golden Isles Speedway, as the cars and stars racing with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series competed for a $12,000 windfall at the Brunswick, Georgia facility. Jason Hiett, of Oxford, Alabama, knocked down the nineteenth quickest lap in Group B during the qualifying session before finishing sixth in his loaded heat race and eighth in his B-Main. He was unfortunately unable to advance his JCM Motorsports #19m machine into the 50-lap headliner that was ultimately won by Brandon Overton.

(January 27, 2022) After over a year away from the Super Late Model scene, Jason Hiett hooked up with JCM Motorsports and car owner Colten Miller recently to lay the ground work on an assault on Georgia/Florida "Speedweeks." The #19m team made their 2022 debut tonight in the 'Super Bowl of Racing' opener at Golden Isles Speedway near Brunswick, Georgia. Jason stopped the clock sixteenth fastest in Group B during Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series time trials prior to placing seventh in his heat race and ninth in his B-Main. Unfortunately, Jason was unable to transfer into the $10,000 to win main event, which was eventually won by Devin Moran.

 

 

 

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