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December 20, 2018 -
Competing in a total of 34 events during the 2018 season, Jason Hughes registered four wins aboad his Henryetta Ford #12 Murphrey Oil Company/ Red Tail Tackle/ Hughes Chassis Modified. With the weather determining the outcome of six of his scheduled dates, Hughes recorded 20 Top-10 outings and 14 Top-5 finishes.

November 10, 2018 -
Jason Hughes added another coveted win to his resume on Saturday night. He outperformed a field of more than 200 competitors in his Henryetta Ford #12 Murphrey Oil Company/ Red Tail Tackle/ Hughes Chassis Modified. For his efforts, he was rewarded with a $7,777.77 victory during the 21st annual Duel in the Desert at the Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

"We had a really good car every night," Hughes said. "Luck was on our side down here in Vegas with the draw, but you've got to have the car to back it up and finish the job. I wasn't even planning on coming out here because I didn't want to make the drive, but I'm really glad we did."

Thursday night found Jason Hughes in action at the Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Las Vegas, Nevada), during the opening round of the 21st annual Duel in the Desert. With a stout field of 207 IMCA Modifieds on hand for the three-day event, Jason started the night with a heat race victory, positioning him on the pole for the preliminary feature.

Leading wire-to-wire, Jason Hughes topped Tom Berry Jr., Peyton Taylor, R.C. Whitwell, and Cody Laney at the line to pick up his third win of the season.

With his spot already locked into the Saturday’s finale, Hughes sat out Friday’s program to prepare for the main event. Starting on the pole for the coveted finale, Jason held off third-starting Ricky Alvarado in the 40-lap feature to reel in his fourth win of the season and a $7,777.77 payday. Alvarado, Ricky Thornton Jr., Shane DeVolder, and Peyton Taylor trailed him to the checkers.

“It’s really awesome to get a win in such a massive event,” Hughes commented. “Not many events see over 200 guys battling for the win, so to be the one who comes out on top is really special to my team and I.”

Complete results and the latest standings can be found at

October 27, 2018 -
Jason Hughes overcame Mother Nature and a stout field of 41 Modifieds over the weekend to capture the top prize in the 39th annual Spooker in his Henryetta Ford #12 Murphrey Oil Company/ Red Tail Tackle/ Hughes Chassis/ Mullins Racing Engine Modified. The triumph was worth $2,500.

The win was both his second of the year and his second of the season at the sprawling, clay oval located in Pocola, Oklahoma.

“Mother Nature and a ton of racecars made for a long weekend for all of the racers, fans, and staff, but it definitely made it more bearable to get the win,” Hughes commented. “There were a lot of good cars there, but our car was flawless all weekend. Thanks to my team, my sponsors, and my fans for their continued support. We’ll look ahead to Vegas now, and hopefully we can go out there and win that deal for the first time.”

The weekend’s action found Jason Hughes returning to the Open Wheel Modified ranks for the 39th annual Spooker at Tri-State Speedway (Pocola, Oklahoma).

With 41 cars on hand, Hughes passed four cars in his heat to pick up the 10-lap heat race victory on Friday evening. Earning the pole position for Saturday night’s main event, Jason wired the field to top Tanner Mullens, Tyler Wolff, Jared Russell, and Lonnie Robins at the line en route to his second win of the season. (CRP photo)

Complete results and the latest standings can be found at

October 13, 2018 -
Jason Hughes returned to Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio) on Saturday morning powering the Shannon Scott owned Super Late Model for the rescheduled World 100. In a stout field of 103 cars, Jason dropped one spot in his heat to place 7th. Transferring into the B-Main for another shot at the final preliminary feature, Hughes scored a 4th place finish positioning him 24th on the starting grid for the $10,000-to-win A-Main. Improving seven spots in the 25-lap affair, Jason Hughes reeled in a 17th place outing. (Todd Healy photo)

Later Saturday evening, Jason came in 9th in his heat race giving him one final shot at the $51,000-to-win finale with a B-Main appearance. Locking the Top 5 into the show, Hughes improved six spots to place 11th but fell short of a transfer position.  

Complete results and the latest standings can be found at

September 29, 2018 -
On Tuesday night Jason Hughes traveled to Batesville Motor Speedway (Batesville, Arkansas) competing in a field of 114 IMCA Modifieds for the second annual Race for Hope 74. With time trials on Tuesday night setting the line-ups for heats on Wednesday, Hughes recorded the 8th fastest time overall positioning him on the pole of his heat race. Cruising to a heat race win, Jason earned the 5th-starting position for the opening night feature. Locking the Top 8 finishers into the $20,000-to-win A-Main on Saturday, Jason Hughes scored a 3rd place finish behind Ricky Thornton Jr. and Cayden Carter with Justin Kay and Drew Armstrong completing the Top-5 finishers. (Mike Spieker photo)

Earning the 7th-starting position for the $20,000-to-win A-Main on Saturday night, Jason held his spot for all 74-laps to place 7th.

Complete results and the latest standings can be found at

September 22, 2018 -
After losing Thursday’s opener to bad weather, Jason Hughes was one of 84 United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS) entries signed in at Deer Creek Speedway (Spring Valley, Minnesota) on Friday night for the 20th annual Featherlite Fall Jamboree. Dropping one spot in his heat, Hughes recorded a 6th place finish transferring him into the B-Main. Needing a 3rd place finish or better to make the opening night feature, Jason gained four spots to place 2nd behind Steve Wetzstein. Coming one spy shy of a Top-5 finish in the feature, Jason Hughes advanced through the field 19 spots in the 40-lap affair reeling in a 6th place finish.

The following night, Hughes logged an 8th place finish in his heat race giving him another shot at the $10,000-to-win A-Main with a B-Main appearance. Sending the Top 3 into the show, Jason fell back to a 9th place outing forcing him to rely on a provisional into the show. Rolling off 31st, Jason Hughes gained 19 positions in the 50-lapper to place 12th.

Complete results and the latest standings can be found at

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