Six Nations Showdown Victory in Canada for K&N Sponsored Racer

Jason Meyers picked up the win in the opener of the Six Nations Showdown at Ohsweken in Canada. It was a long sought out victory for the Clovis, California native. The last time he raced at Ohsweken Speedway in 2007, his night came to an end after a wreck destroyed his car. In 2008, Meyers sought redemption, but mother-nature cancelled the race.

Six Nations Showdown Win at Ohsweken Speedway in Canada for Jason Meyers
Six Nations Showdown Win at Ohsweken Speedway in Canada for Jason Meyers
In 2009, he took the lead on a restart from Jason Sides on lap ten and paced the field for most of the 30-lap contest. Donny Schatz chased Meyers but Meyers began to extend his lead near the halfway point of the race. With only three laps remaining, Schatz began to close in. Meyers was held up a little bit and Schatz really closed the gap. The pair had a drag race off of turn four, but Meyers won by less than three-tenths of a second to score his fifth A-Feature win of the season and the 31st of his career with the World of Outlaws series.

“To come back this way and be able to win is great,” said Meyers. “It’s tough to win any World of Outlaws race, but to come to Canada and get this win is a great building block for the big races that are coming up.”

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 hard to make horsepower and our K&N air filters give us excellent filtration and protect our motors from track debris under the worst conditions.”

Currently Meyers is second in points in the World of Outlaws series. His next race will be at Ohsweken Speedway for the finale of the Six Nations Showdown.

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