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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