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June 17th, 2015 - Jason Rauen entered the opening round of the annual Masters on Friday night at Cedar Lake Speedway (New Richmond, Wisconsin) as the DIRTCar Nationals rolled into town for a two-night stand.

Jason had a great start to the night by registering the fastest lap in qualifications with a 13.804 second trip around the 3/8 mile oval. He backed it up by decimating the field in his heat race to earn the 3rd starting spot for the 40 lap, $5,000-to-win feature. He rain in the top five for the first half of the event before settling into a 9th place finish at the checkered flag.

Saturday night found the winner's purse increased to $10,000-to-win at Cedar Lake Speedway. Via preliminary action Rauen earned the 18th starting spot on the feature grid for the 50 lap feature. He would go on to advance nine spots en route to a 9th place finish.

Wednesday, June 17th took Jason to the familiar confines of Farley Speedway (Farley, Iowa) for a $10,000-to-win, DIRTCar Summer Nationals event. Twenty-five competitors entered the event, and Jason earned the 8th starting spot for the feature. He was running in the 7th position, when bad luck struck with a flat tire. After rejoining the tail of the field he rebounded to an 11th place finish.

Full results from the races are available at

1June 9th, 2015 - Jason was back in action with the Deery Brothers Summer Series on Tuesday evening with a trip to Jackson County Speedway (Maquoketa, Iowa) for a $3,000-to-win affair. With thirty entries on hand Rauen qualified for the finale via preliminary action. He received the 9th starting spot for the feature in the redraw and would go on to race his way to a 7th place finish at checkered flag.

Full results from the event are available at

June 2nd, 2015 - Jason Rauen made history on Tuesday evening by scoring his first-career, Deery Brothers Summer Series Late Model win with a triumph at Marshalltown Speedway (Marshalltown, Iowa).

Thirty-one Super Late Models entered the $3,500-to-win event, and via preliminary action Jason locked into the 3rd starting spot for the Miller Lite 50. Rauen lurked in the top five throughout the event before driving around Tyler Droste for the lead on lap 42. He went on to lead the final eight circuits to claim the victory, which came over Droste, Jeff Aikey, Scott Fitzpatrick, and Justin Kay.

Full results from the event are available at