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February 15th, 2014 - Jason Hughes entered round #5 of the 38th Annual Winternationals at East Bay Raceway Park on Friday night.

The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series drew 48 competitors for the event all chasing a $10,000 top prize. It was another tough night for Jason and the #12 Rowland Motorsports/Bloomquist/Pro Power Racing Engine Super Late Model. Finishing eighth in his preliminary heat race, Hughes found himself in a b-main where he ended his night with a seventh place finish, failing to make the transfer into the 50 lap feature event.

The 2014 Georgia/Florida Speedweeks campaign came to a close for Jason Hughes on Saturday. The day started early with the make-up event from Wednesday night's rain out. Jason was locked into the $7,000-to-win feature event after he finished fourth in his heat race. At the end of the 35 lap feature, Jason crossed the finish line in 20th, falling four spots from his 16th place starting position.

As the evening rolled on, 39 entries were registered for the $10,000-to-win East Bay Winternationals finale. Jason failed to transfer into the feature event via heat race action, but was able to lock in a 17h place starting spot after winning his respective b-main. Hughes' night came to end in the early laps of the 60 lap feature when he made contact with the back-stretch wall on lap 14, causing right front damage to the #12 machine and resulting in a 24th place finish.

Full results from the 38th Annual Winternationals are available at www.lucasdirt.com

February 13th, 2014 - Jason Hughes continued his Speedweeks trek with the opening round of the 38th Annual Winternationals for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series at East Bay Raceway Park.

Jason started third in his heat race but missed the transfer to the $5,000-to-win feature when Brian Shirley made the pass off turn four coming to the checkered flag for the final transfer spot. This put Hughes into a B-Main which he later won, locking him into an 18th place starting spot for the 25 lap feature event. Unfortunately, disaster struck when Jason was involved in multi-car accident in turn two with just one lap in the books. He would retire from the rest of the event and was credited with a 24th place finish.

The bad luck continued for Jason Hughes on Tuesday night of the 38th Annual East Bay Winternationals. The $5,000-to-win event drew 47 competitors and Jason missed the transfer from his heat race by only one position. Later in the night, Hughes was able to pull off the win in his B-Main which put him starting 17th on the grid for the 25 lap feature. However, much like the night before Hughes pulled in during the early laps of the feature with mechanical issues, ending his night with a 23rd place finish.

Racing action resumed on Thursday night during the 38th Annual Winternationals at East Bay Raceway Park, after Wednesday night events were postponed due to inclement weather. Jason was locked into the $7,000-to-win feature after he finished third in his heat race. When things heated up for the 45 lap feature event, Hughes' night was brought to an early end with right front suspension damage to his #12 Rowland Motorsports/Bloomquist/Pro Power Racing Engine Super Late Model. Jason was credited with a 24th place finish.

Complete results can be found at www.lucasdirt.com

February 8th, 2014 - Jason Hughes and the #12 Rowland Motorsports team began their chance for the 2014 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Rookie of the Year honors on Friday at Golden Isles Speedway Park in Brunswick, Georgia. Evening rain on Thursday forced official to postpone events to Friday morning.

The $5,000-to-win, make-up event drew 33 entries and Jason found himself behind the eight-ball, finishing seventh in his race, forcing him to run a B-Main. Hughes missed the transfer to the feature bringing his afternoon to an early end.

The evening event was the first points race for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and boosted a $10,000 top prize for the 50 lap feature. Jason once again landed a seventh place finish in his heat race and missed the transfer from the B-Main but was able to make his way into the feature event by way of Fast Time Provisional. Hughes drove by six competitors during the feature on his way to an 18th place finish.

The weekend came to a close on Saturday night with the $10,000-to-win finale. Jason missed the transfer in the B-Main by one spot, but was locked into the 50 lap feature event by fast time provisional. Hughes worked his was toward the front, driving by 13 other competitors on his way to a respectable 11th place finish.

Complete results from the entire weekend are available at www.lucasdirt.com