Coming off his first win of the Spring Battle series at Texas Motor Speedway, Jason picked up where he left off the evening before. He was the fastest qualifier for Round 3 by .075 over Braden Rogers in the thirteen-car field. This was Jason third pole in as many rounds of this series. Day 3 of the series is a double header where each driver’s second fastest qualifying times are used for round 4. Jason’s second fastest qualifying time qualified him 3rd for the second race of the day.
Starting on the pole in the first race, Jason was able to lead all 25 laps while the field behind him jockeyed for position. This allowed him to build up a lead and comfortably cruise to his second win of the series.
After coming of the track, Jason said “This is awesome winning a National Qualifier and in Texas no less. After a frustrating round 1 where I made a few mistakes which caused me to DNF and tear up my car to figuring out this track is totally awesome. I have learned so much from Jordan Black, my spotter and Steven Ross. We really work well together and it showed today. I am looking forward to the rest of this series”.
The second race proved to be a lot more challenging. “It is very hard to pass. I tried and tried to get a run on the 88 car but could not get enough of a run to make a pass and I did not want to spin any one out” Jason commented. There was one caution during the race, but Jason was not able to capitalize and advance his position. Jason finished in third place. “I got a little frustrated but overall I am satisfied. It was a really good points day for us. We moved up a hand full of spots in the points and hopefully, tomorrow we can win again and the Championship”.