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2014 Lucas Oil ASCS by the Numbers
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12/4/2014

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2014 Lucas Oil ASCS by the Numbers

TULSA, Okla. (December 4, 2014) As quickly as it began, the 2014 season for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real came to a close on November 15 at the Cocopah Speedway in Yuma, Ariz.

In what came down to one of the tightest points battles in tour history, Jason Johnson picked up his fifth Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour Championship. Entering the final four nights of racing winless on the national scene, Johnson was 68 points removed in fifth. Putting together four nights with finishes in the top five, including a win, the season ended with Johnson 15 makers to the good. Among the factors that earned Johnson the championship was a series leading eight runner-ups among 10 podium finishes.

Deemed legal following a protest of the Cylinder Heads on the No. 41, Johnson's fifth championship also puts him atop the board as the first driver with more than four.

Jeff Swindell brought the Hammers Racing No. 94 home second in tour standings. Swindell's best finish against the National Tour included three wins among five trips to the podium. Leading the points going into the final night of competition, Brad Loyet's season ended with the Vacuworx No. 05 third in the final standings. Loyet led the way in podium appearances in 2014 with a dozen.

Winless in 2014, consistency was Johnny Herrera's craft with a dozen top fives' and is the fourth time in as many years the No. 45x has finished inside the top five in tour standings. Sam Hafertepe, Jr.'s season was one of ups and down as the Texas driver occupied every point's position in the top-ten by the lead at one point during the season. Settling for fifth, Sam tied for most season wins with four and including 9 podium finishes.

Seth Bergman's best points finish against the National Tour brought a pair of victories in 2014. Battling a roller coaster season, Tony Bruce, Jr. pulled off three victories to grab seventh in the final rundown. Matt Covington with a pair of wins, including the Jackson Nationals, was eighth.

Blake Hahn earned the 2014 Brodix Rookie of the year in ninth with Aaron Reutzel tenth. With engine woes taking the No. 87 out of competition on numerous occasions, Reutzel without a doubt found more speed than anyone in 2014 his first National Tour win at the I-30 Speedway quickly turning into four by season's end.

With the 2014 season in the books, officials with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series are hard at work preparing the 2015 lineup, which begins with the $10,000-to-win, Ronald Laney Memorial at Tampa's East Bay Raceway February 19-21, 2015. The complete scheduled will be released at the 2014 Performance Racing Industries Tradeshow in Indianapolis, Ind.

For continued updates on the American Sprint Car Series, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

By the numbers, the 2014 season with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real:

Events Scheduled: 44
Point Leader(s): 4
Feature Winners: 19
Events Contested: 41
Point Lead Change(s): 5
Point Leader(s): Rico Abreu, Christopher Bell, Brad Loyet, and Jason Johnson
First time National Tour winners: 4
Average Car Count per Event: 41.3902 (Up from 2013 - 39.733)
Drivers Competing in at Least One Event: 374
Drivers with at Least One “A” Main Feature Start: 207
Drivers Making First Career Lucas Oil ASCS “A” Main Start: 29
Countries Represented: 3 (United States, Canada, and Australia)

Record Payout: Wayne Johnson $61,150 - I-80 Speedway (Fall Brawl III)

States Represented (Drivers): 31 states (362 drivers) Oklahoma 43, Missouri 36, Texas 33, Iowa 32, Arkansas 25, Nebraska 21, South Dakota 21, Kansas 17, Tennessee 17, Montana 16, California 14, Minnesota 14, Arizona 13, New Mexico 8, Mississippi 7, Washington 7, Ohio 5, Indiana 4, North Dakota 4, Wyoming 3, Illinois 3, Louisiana 3, New York 3, Pennsylvania 3, Colorado 2, North Carolina 2, Connecticut, Idaho, New Jersey, Oregon, Wisconsin - Canada: (10 drivers) Alberta 4, Ontario 2, Manitoba 2, Victoria 2 - Australia (2 drivers) Perth and NSW

Heat Race Wins (81 winners in 186 Heat Races): Jason Johnson 16, Jeff Swindell 12, Brad Loyet 10, Aaron Reutzel 9, Tony Bruce, Jr. 8, Seth Bergman 6, Blake Hahn 6, Brandon Hanks 6, Johnny Herrera 5, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 5, Christopher Bell 5, Derek Hagar 5, Tim Crawley 4, Brian Brown 4, Wayne Johnson 4, Matt Covington 3, Brandon Hahn 2, Trever Kirkland 2, Bill Balog 2, Terry McCarl 2, Cole Wood 2, Kevin Swindell 2, Stevie Smith 2, Josh Baughman 2, Channin Tankersley 2, Shawn Petersen 2, Danny Wood 2, Rico Abreu 2, Roger Crockett 2, Bryan Clauson, Mason Moore, Craig Stidham, Jon Agan, John Carney II, Rick Pringle, Jan Howard, James Mosher, Jerod Roller, Jonathan Cornell, Billy Alley, Brandon Long, Forrest Sutherland, Chance Morton, Tyler Blank, Paxton Lambrecht, Randi Miller, Robbie Stillwaggon, Ryan Roberts, Mike Goodman, D.J. Brink, Mark Dobmeier, Mark Toews, Danny Jennings, Scottie McDonald, Kevin Ramey, Randy Hibbs, Dusty Zomer, Jason Martin, Jarrod Schneiderman, Seth Brahmer, Danny Lasoski, Harli White, Miranda Arnold, Evan Martin, Kris Miller, J.J. Simmons, Patrick Stasa, Dustin Morgan, Zach Pringle, Ray Allen Kulhanek, Eric Lutz, Mathew Bauldwin, Lance Moss, Joe Wood, Jr., Glenn Styres, A.G. Rains, Bob Ream, Jr., Royal Jones, Justyn Cox, Logan Forler, Tyler Thomas

“B” Main Wins (43 winners in 65 “B” Mains): Brad Loyet 4, Tim Crawley 4, Johnny Herrera 4, Seth Bergman 4, Aaron Reutzel 3, Tony Bruce, Jr. 3, Dustin Morgan 2, Don Droud, Jr. 2, Danny Lasoski 2, Jake Martens 2, Brandon Long 2, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 2, Logan Forler, James Mosher, Cody Gardner, Brad Bowden, Matt Covington, Joe Wood, Jr., Joe Bob Lee, Randy Hibbs, Philip Dietz, Randi Martin, Nate Van Haaften, Josh Baughman, Trey Starks, Seth Brahmer, Jason Johnson, Patrick Stasa, Travis Rilat, Clint Garner, Brian Brown, Derek Hagar, Dusty Zomer, Danny Jennings, Kevin Swindell, Eric Lutz, Jason Barney, Glenn Styres, A.J. Bruns, Jerod Roller, Blake Hahn, John Carney II, Joey Saldana

“A” Main Starts (Top 40): Jason Johnson 38, Johnny Herrera 37, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 36, Tony Bruce, Jr. 36, Seth Bergman 35, Matt Covington 35, Jeff Swindell 34, Brad Loyet 34, Aaron Reutzel 33, Blake Hahn 32, Brandon Hanks 24, Josh Baughman 17, Brian Brown 17, Wayne Johnson 16, Tim Crawley 15, Dustin Morgan 12, Christopher Bell 11, Harli White 9, Channin Tankersley 9, Jack Dover 9, Dusty Zomer 9, Sean McClelland 8, Derek Hagar 8, Jake Martens 8, Danny Jennings 8, John Carney II 7, Danny Wood 7, Jonathan Cornell 7, Joe Wood, Jr. 7, Roger Crockett 6, Kevin Ramey 6, Danny Lasoski 6, Zach Pringle 6, Ray Allen Kulhanek 6, A.G. Rains 6, Kevin Swindell 6, Logan Forler 5, Stevie Smith 5, Glenn Styres 5, Terry McCarl 5

”A” Main Wins: Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 4, Christopher Bell 4, Aaron Reutzel 4, Brad Loyet 3, Jeff Swindell 3, Tony Bruce, Jr. 3, Brian Brown 3, Rico Abreu 2, Derek Hagar 2, Seth Bergman 2, Wayne Johnson 2, Matt Covington 2, Patrick Stasa, Davey Heskin, Sammy Swindell, Tim Crawley, Logan Forler, Jason Johnson, Shane Stewart

”A” Main Top-Five (All Races): Brad Loyet 17, Jeff Swindell 15, Aaron Reutzel 15, Jason Johnson 14, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 14, Johnny Herrera 12, Tony Bruce, Jr. 10, Matt Covington 10, Christopher Bell 8, Brian Brown 7, Seth Bergman 6, Tim Crawley 6, Wayne Johnson 5, Derek Hagar 5, Blake Hahn 4, Dusty Zomer 4, Dustin Morgan 3, John Carney II 3, Danny Wood 2, Roger Crockett 2, Danny Lasoski 2, Kevin Swindell 2, Stevie Smith 2, Mark Dobmeier 2, Dalton Davis 2, Rico Abreu 2, Royal Jones 2, Sammy Swindell 2, Sean McClelland, Danny Jennings, Joe Wood, Jr., Zach Pringle, Ray Allen Kulhanek, A.G. Rains, Logan Forler, Terry McCarl, Alex Sewell, Ian Madsen, Patrick Stasa, Russ Hall, Lee Grosz, Howard Moore, Bryan Clauson, Robert Sellers, Willie Croft, Davey Heskin, Joe Beaver, Bronson Maeschen, Tim Shaffer, Forrest Sutherland, Clint Garner, Shane Stewart, Jac Haudenschild, Kaley Gharst, Mark Toews

”A” Main Top-Ten (All Races): Johnny Herrera 28, Jeff Swindell 27, Jason Johnson 26, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 25, Aaron Reutzel 23, Brad Loyet 22, Tony Bruce, Jr. 21, Seth Bergman 19, Matt Covington 17, Brian Brown 14, Christopher Bell 10, Wayne Johnson 10, Blake Hahn 10, Tim Crawley 8, Dusty Zomer 7, Dustin Morgan 7, Jack Dover 6, Derek Hagar 5, Roger Crockett 5, John Carney II 4, Danny Lasoski 4, Kevin Swindell 4, Stevie Smith 4, Terry McCarl 4, Brandon Hanks 4, Danny Wood 3, Mark Dobmeier 3, Dalton Davis 3, Rico Abreu 3, Sean McClelland 3, Ray Allen Kulhanek 3, Logan Forler 3, Jonathan Cornell 3, Royal Jones 2, Sammy Swindell 2, Danny Jennings 2, A.G. Rains 2, Patrick Stasa 2, Bryan Clauson 2, Willie Croft 2, Joe Beaver 2, Josh Baughman 2, Channin Tankersley 2, Shawn Dancer 2, Travis Rilat 2, Mason Moore 2, Joe Wood, Jr., Zach Pringle, Alex Sewell, Ian Madsen, Russ Hall, Lee Grosz, Howard Moore, Robert Sellers, Davey Heskin, Bronson Maeschen, Tim Shaffer, Forrest Sutherland, Clint Garner, Shane Stewart, Jac Haudenschild, Kaley Gharst, Mark Toews, Zach Chappell, Billy Alley, Tyler Thomas, Randi Miller, Jerod Roller, Tasker Phillips, Kolt Walker, Jordan Boston, Kelly Miller, David Hoiness, Greg Wilson, Trever Kirkland, Cody Gardner, Ernie Ainsworth, Brady Bacon, Jamie Ball, Casey Fredrichsen, Jay Russell, Brooke Tatnell, Matt Heinzerling, Justin Sturch, Jeremy Campbell, Dustin Selvage

”A” Main Laps Led (Total Laps: 1,195): Jeff Swindell-140 (11.715%), Aaron Reutzel-109 (9.121%), Christopher Bell-101 (8.452%), Matt Covington-91 (7.615%), Sam Hafertepe, Jr.-87 (7.280%), Brad Loyet-80 (6.695%), Jason Johnson-71 (5.941%), Brian Brown-70 (5.858%), Tony Bruce, Jr.-47 (3.933%), Seth Bergman-44 (3.682%), Tim Crawley-44 (3.682%), Derek Hagar-38 (3.180%), Wayne Johnson-31 (2.594%), Patrick Stasa-30 (2.510%), Shane Stewart-27 (2.259%), Dusty Zomer-24 (2.008%), Rico Abreu-22 (1.841%), Blake Hahn-21 (1.757%), Logan Forler-21 (1.757%), Davey Heskin-20 (1.674%), Kevin Ramey-13 (1.088%), Sammy Swindell-12 (1.004%), Royal Jones-9 (1.004%, Mark Dobmeier-8 (0.669%), Roger Crockett-7 (0.586%), Mike Goodman-6 (0.502%), John Carney II-6 (0.502%), A.G. Rains-5 (0.418%), Brandon Hanks-4 (0.335%), Eric Riggins, Jr.-3 (0.251%), Danny Wood-3 (0.251%), Jay Russell-1 (0.084%)

”A” Main-Cars Passed (Top 40): Johnny Herrera 208, Jason Johnson 129, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 125, Aaron Reutzel 114, Seth Bergman 113, Brad Loyet 106, Tony Bruce, Jr. 103, Jeff Swindell 89, Brian Brown 85, Matt Covington 79, Blake Hahn 72, Brandon Hanks 69, Josh Baughman 51, Tim Crawley 50, Danny Lasoski 44, Dustin Morgan 44, Wayne Johnson 38, Dusty Zomer 36, Jack Dover 34, Terry McCarl 31, Christopher Bell 29, Channin Tankersley 28, Stevie Smith 26, Kevin Swindell 25, Zach Chappell 24, Roger Crockett 23, Derek Hagar 22, Gary Taylor 22, Tim Shaffer 21, Jonathan Cornell 20, Ray Allen Kulhanek 18, Sean McClelland 17, Alex Sewell 16, John Carney II 16, Mark Dobmeier 15, Travis Rilat 13, Clint Garner 12, Zach Pringle 12, Randi Miller 11, Randy Hannagan 10

KSE Hard Charger: Brad Loyet 4, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 4, Seth Bergman 3, Johnny Herrera 3, Tim Crawley 2, Danny Lasoski 2, Tony Bruce, Jr. 2, Brian Brown 2, Matt Covington 2, Aaron Reutzel 2, Terry McCarl, Mike Goodman, Jeff Swindell, Henry Van Dam, Dusty Zomer, Dustin Selvage, Christopher Bell, Channin Tankersley, Skylar Prochaska, Travis Rilat, Jack Dover, Kevin Swindell, Gary Taylor, Stevie Smith, Jason Johnson, Blake Hahn - Highest Number of Cars passed in a single night - 17 (Tim Crawley, Aaron Reutzel, and Jason Johnson)

FSR High Point Driver of the Night: Jason Johnson 5, Jeff Swindell 4, Aaron Reutzel 3, Brad Loyet 2, Johnny Herrera, Kevin Swindell, Aaron Reutzel, Brandon Hanks, Billy Alley, Christopher Bell, Dustin Morgan, Tony Bruce, Jr., Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Trever Kirkland, Bill Balog, Zach Pringle, Paige Polyak, Kevin Ramey, Dusty Zomer, Jason Martin, Tim Crawley, Jack Dover, Derek Hagar, Eric Riggins, Jr., Dalton David, Tyler Thomas, Shane Stewart

Provisional Breakdown:

Cole Wood - 2/28/14-Cocopah

Jeff Swindell - 3/1/2014-Cocopah, 8/30/2014-Jackson, 9/18/2014-I-80 Speedway

Johnny Herrera - 3/21/2014-Devil's Bowl, 11/14/2014-Cocopah, 10/17/2014-Devil's Bowl, 10/18/2014-Devil's Bowl

Brandon Hahn - 3/21/2014-Devil's Bowl, 3/29/2014 - Devil's Bowl

Tony Bruce, Jr.- 5/3/2014-Riversidd, 6/19/2014-Creek, 09/12/14-TMS, 9/26/2014-Lucas Oil

Brandon Hanks - 6/18/2014-Lawton, 6/20/2014-Outlaw

Sam Hafertepe, Jr. - 6/19/2014-Creek

Aaron Reutzel - 8/21/2014-Riverside

Old School Racing - 8/30/14-Jackson, 9/20/2014-I-80, 11/8/2014- Las Cruces

Matt Covington - 9/19/2014-I-80 Speedway, 11/7/2014- El Paso, 11/14/2014- Cocopah, 9/26/2014-Lucas Oil 9/27/2014 - Lucas Oil

Seth Bergman - 10/17/2014-Devil's Bowl

Blake Hahn - 10/18/2014-Devil's Bowl

Brad Loyet - 11/8/2014-Las Cruces

Breakdown - Date / Track / #of Drivers / Winner

28-Feb- Cocopah Speedway -39- Rico Abreu
1-Mar- Cocopah Speedway -42- Rico Abreu
22-Mar- Devil's Bowl -49- Tony Bruce, Jr.
23-Mar- Devil's Bowl Postponed to 3/29
29-Mar- Devil's Bowl -27- Patrick Stasa
12-Apr- I-30 Speedway -43- Aaron Reutzel
2-May- Outlaw Moto. Park -32- Aaron Reutzel
3-May- Riverside Int. Speedway -33- Derek Hagar
30-May- Salina Speedway -31- Jeff Swindell
31-May- Eagle Raceway -34- Brad Loyet
6-Jun- Lexington 104 Rain
7-Jun- I-30 Speedway Rain
14-Jun- Devil's Bowl -36- Seth Bergman
18-Jun- Lawton Speedway -44- Sam Hafertepe, Jr.
19-Jun- Creek Co. Speedway -42- Christopher Bell
20-Jun- Outlaw Moto. Park -33- Tony Bruce, Jr.
21-Jun- Lucas Oil Speedway -53- Christopher Bell
11-Jul- Electric City Speedway -33- Brad Loyet
12-Jul- Billings Motorsports Park -30- Jeff Swindell
18-Jul- Black Hills Speedway -27- Brad Loyet
31-Jul- Knoxville Raceway -47- Davey Heskin
1-Aug- Knoxville Raceway -56- Sammy Swindell
2-Aug- Knoxville Raceway -92- Brian Brown
4-Aug- Southern Ia. Speedway -41- Brian Brown
16-Aug- Salina Speedway -21- Sam Hafertepe, Jr.
21-Aug- Riverside Int. Speedway -29- Sam Hafertepe, Jr.
22-Aug- Lexington 104 -19- Jeff Swindell
30-Aug- Jackson Speedway -39- Matt Covington
12-Sep- Texas Motor Speedway -39- Sam Hafertepe, Jr.
13-Sep- Texas Motor Speedway -38- Seth Bergman
19-Sep- I-80 Speedway -47- Wayne Johnson
20-Sep- I-80 Speedway -44- Wayne Johnson
26-Sep- Lucas Oil Speedway -49- Tim Crawley
27-Sep- Lucas Oil Speedway -45- Derek Hagar
17-Oct- Devil's Bowl -47- Tony Bruce, Jr.
18-Oct- Devil's Bowl -44- Matt Covington
22-Oct- I-30 Speedway -66- Aaron Reutzel
23-Oct- I-30 Speedway -37- Brian Brown
24-Oct- I-30 Speedway -37- Christopher Bell
25-Oct- I-30 Speedway -74- Christopher Bell
7-Nov- El Paso Speedway Park -33- Logan Forler
8-Nov- Southern NM Speedway-34- Aaron Reutzel
14-Nov- Cocopah Speedway -46- Jason Johnson
15-Nov- Cocopah Speedway -45- Shane Stewart

Driver Standings (Top 20)

  1. Jason Johnson-4,198
  2. Jeff Swindell-4,183
  3. Brad Loyet-4,173
  4. Johnny Herrera-4,102
  5. Sam Hafertepe Jr-4,088
  6. Seth Bergman-3,885
  7. Tony Bruce Jr-3,824
  8. Matt Covington-3,791
  9. Aaron Reutzel-3,742
  10. Blake Hahn-3,528
  11. Brandon Hanks-2,467
  12. Josh Baughman-1,963
  13. Tim Crawley-1,525
  14. Dustin Morgan-1,515
  15. Brian Brown-1,468
  16. Harli White-1,466
  17. Wayne Johnson-1,463
  18. Sean McClelland-1,179
  19. Christopher Bell-1,159
  20. Derek Hagar-1,090

Submitted By: Bryan Hulbert

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