WOW -- Jason made several highlights from http://www.dirtondirt.com/ -
including their top five performances of 2009.
Remember to check out the video reels on the site too -- especially the top bloopers of 2009, you'll find Jeep performing a "shark" attack, while dirtondirt is trying to interview Jason. Other videos include highlights of Feger in 2009 victories.
Here's the Top Five Performances of 2009 from the leading dirt late model website, http://www.dirtondirt.com/.
1) Jimmy Mars
at the North-South 100, where he made up a straightaway deficit the final six laps to stun Don O’Neal at Florence (Ky.) Speedway on Aug. 8. What was Mars thinking? "Oh my god, this is going to happen on the last lap. And it did for his second $50,000 payday in an eight-day stretch.
2) Jason Feger
at Eldora Speedway, Lowe’s Motor Speedway and Lawrenceburg Speedway, where he daringly showed again and again why he’s called the Highside Hustler. Mark Richards of Rocket Chassis called Feger’s heat race victory at Eldora’s Dream XV, “most impressive cushion run I’ve ever seen.”
3) Randle Chupp
at Golden Isles Speedway’s Super Bowl V finale, where he went worst-to-first in a 50-lapper for a $10,000 victory against a stacked 24-car field that included six World 100 winners. "I wasn't going to be denied, said Chupp, who had started on the pole the previous two nights.
4) Jimmy Owens
at Eldora Speedway’s Dream XV, where he went from third-to-first on the 73rd lap passing Scott Bloomquist and Tony Stewart - and then survived smoke-signaled engine woes the rest of the way. “I was afraid the motor was gonna blow up any minute,” said Owens, who earned $100,000. “I finally just said, “You know what? If it blows, it blows.”
5) Brian Birkhofer
at the 17th annual Show-Me 100, where he lapped all but six drivers and won by more than three-quarters of a lap in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event. "At one point tonight, I didn't realize I was that far ahead, so it may have gotten boring for the crowd ... but believe me, I was trying my hardest,” said Birkhofer, who earned $40,000.