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Jason Meyers and the Elite Racing Team were ready for Outlaw action after a long winter of preparation.

Jason Meyers posted two top-10 finishes in the World of Outlaws Attel Dirt Car Nationals Season Opener in Florida
Jason Meyers posted two top-10 finishes in the World of Outlaws Attel Dirt Car Nationals Season Opener in Florida
The World of Outlaws Attel Dirt Car Nationals Season Opener took place in Barberville, Florida. On Friday night, Meyers opened the 2009 Outlaw season with a top ten finish at Volusia Speedway Park.
K&N products give Jason Meyers and the Elite Racing Team an edge on the track by keeping motors clean under very dirty conditions without giving up any horsepower
K&N products give Jason Meyers and the Elite Racing Team an edge on the track by keeping motors clean under very dirty conditions without giving up any horsepower

Jason Meyers and the Elite Racing Team will next race at The Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Nevada
Jason Meyers and the Elite Racing Team will next race at The Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Nevada

On Saturday night, the Clovis, California native qualified in 17th place, less than three-hundredths of a second off of the pace set by Sammy Swindell. Meyers finished sixth in his heat and started on the pole position in the B Main. He went on to the win.

Meyers uses K&N products. “K&N Filters are absolutely the best, and that is why you will find them in every application within our team,” he said. “We work very hard to make horsepower and our K&N filter allows us to protect or motors in the worst conditions.”

Meyers made a few changes to the car and returned to the track to start the A-Main in the eighteenth position. He raced to the tenth position. “It was a challenging night for us,” said Meyers. “But, that is why we are here. I am really proud of this Elite Racing team for keeping its head up and solving our handling issues. Sometimes it takes several nights to overcome these issues, but they made the right changes and got us going in the right direction.”

On the final night of the DIRTcar Nationals Meyers posted a top ten finish. His qualifying put him just outside the inversion. This placed him starting on the pole in heat four. Meyers crossed the line in fifth place and earned the final transfer spot into the A-Main. Once there, he quickly drove his way toward the front of the field. There was only one caution during the 30-lap event and Meyers passed nine cars to cross the line in eighth place. “Eighth place isn’t quite as good as we wanted to be,” he said. “We wanted to win, but to come from seventeenth to eighth at Volusia is a good night for us.”

The next race for Jason Meyers and the Elite Racing team will be at The Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Nevada on February 26.

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