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Haudenschild To Chase All Star Sprint Crown

Jac Haudenschild drove the Destiny Motorsports No. 9w at Fremont Speedway in September and will be the full-time driver of the car next season. (Julia Johnson photo)

Jac Haudenschild drove the Destiny Motorsports No. 9w at Fremont Speedway in September of 2013 and will be the full-time driver of the car this coming season. (Julia Johnson photo)

Destiny Motorsports has announced that they will compete for the 2014 UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions championship with driver Jac Haudenschild at the wheel of the No. 9 entry.

The team will fill their schedule with World of Outlaws races as well as a two week trip to Knoxville, Iowa, in August with Haudenschild totaling roughly 85 races.

“Our entire organization is thrilled for the upcoming season,” Destiny Motorsports Owner Rick Rogers said. “We have upgraded our truck and trailer, and the boys have been busy at the shop getting things ready for us to start our season in February.”

The team, under the direction of veteran Crew Chief Scott Benic, will kick their season off with the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions in Georgia at the beginning of February and will follow them into Florida.

The team will compete with both the All Stars and World of Outlaws before closing speedweeks at the East Bay Raceway Park competing in 360ci action.

Heading into the March, Destiny Motorsports will follow the World of Outlaws out West where they are scheduled to be in action in Las Vegas, Nev., as well as in Tucson, Ariz., and could potentially follow them into California, but that part of the schedule is yet to be determined.

In April, they return to All Star action as the series competes in Ohio and Pennsylvania, and in between those two trips they will follow the Outlaws in their return trip to the Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Texas. In May the team will continue to race in Ohio and Pennsylvania as they battle with both the All Stars and the World of Outlaws at a few historic venues, including Eldora Speedway as well as Williams Grove Speedway.

As the summer months approach the schedule ramps up, as they have an Eastern All Stars Speedweek in New York and Pennsylvania, and then Ohio Speedweek, which kicks off on June 20 and includes 13 races in 19 nights.

July brings a fleet of All Star races, as well as a trip to the Eldora Speedway for the coveted King’s Royal. In 2013 the team started on the pole at this race and performed very well, and is hoping Haudenschild can continue his success at the popular track.

August marks a return trip to both the Knoxville 360 Nationals as well as the Knoxville Nationals, and after just missing the A Main in the 410 Nationals last season, the team is eagerly looking forward to their return trip.

With All Star shows scattered through September and October, the 2014 season will conclude where the partnership with ‘The Wild Child’ began, and that is at the World Finals in Concord, N.C.

“We are excited to go for the All Star Championship with Jac (Haudenschild)”, Rogers said. “Over the winter he has assured me he will drive the wheels off of our car, and hopefully at the end of the season will be celebrating a series Championship.”


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