Charter Raceway, Clay County and Heartland Park Move Jason Meyers up in WoO Sprint Car Points

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Jason Meyers is moving up in the World of Outlaws point standings. Meyers and the Elite Racing World of Outlaws team have been trying out new strategies, some have worked and some have not. The end result is now Meyers sits within third place in the WoO point standings in his Primerica Financial, Garrett-powered Maxim equipped with K&N Engineering products.

Jason Meyers uses K&N Engineering Products Jason Meyers uses K&N Engineering Products
Meyers returned to Clay County Speedway in Spencer, Iowa for the first time in more than ten years on September 12. Meyers qualified second on the new, high-banked 3/8 mile track, ran fourth in his heat race and ninth in the Crane Cams Dash. This put him in the ninth position for the A-Main, where he finished fourteenth.
Jason Meyers prepares for Eldora Speedway Jason Meyers prepares for Eldora Speedway
Jason Meyers is withing 26 points of third place
Jason Meyers is within 26 points of third place

“The car just didn’t work the way we wanted it to,” said Meyers. “Our crew worked hard, but it didn’t go in the direction we wanted it to.”

On Friday, Meyers turned things around at Heartland Park in Topeka, Kansas. Setting the quick time, just a tick off a new track record, he earned five bonus points for the fastest timed lap. He raced his way to third place in the heat race and sixth in the Crane Cams Dash.

In the A-Main, Meyers ran fourth giving him 146 points for the evening and putting him at fourth in the overall point standings. “We were off a bit on Wednesday, but we had a great run at Heartland,” he said.

On Sunday, Meyers qualified fourth out of the thirty-one machines at Charter Raceway Park in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. Meyers won his heat and the Crane Cams Dash which put him in the pole position for the A-Main. His Crane Cams Dash was his eighth of the season, placing him second to series points leader Donny Schatz.

Meyers held onto the first position for less than a lap as Daryn Pittman went around him. Meyers would not give up and waged a furious battle with Donny Schatz for second position, eventually losing it to Schatz on lap thirty. Schatz and Meyers uses K&N Engineering products.

“I struggled in traffic even though the track was in good shape,” said Meyers. “We had room to race and it made for a good night. We are 100 percent confident in the performance of our K&N Products. It makes it much easier to put our car on the podium at the end of the night.”

Jason Meyers and the Elite Racing Team will head to the famed Eldora Speedway as part of the American Revolution Weekend present by Chevrolet on Friday, September 21.

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