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August 31st, 2014 - Busy Labor Day Weekend for Hubbard with World of Outlaws
1Austin Hubbard competed in a busy Labor Day weekend with the World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series, which began on Friday night at Lernerville Speedway (Sarver, Pennsylvania). The $10,000-to-win program drew a field of thirty-eight Super Late Models to the facility unfortunately, mechanical issues during hot laps brought Austin's night to early end as he was forced to scratch from the balance of the program.

Action shifted to Selinsgrove Speedway (Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania) on Saturday night for an $8,000-to-win, WoO event. A stout field of forty-one entries converged on the 1/2 mile oval, and struggles in preliminary action forced Hubbard to utilize a series provisional to lock into the 24th starting spot for the 40 lap feature. Despite starting at the back of the pack Hubbard mounted a convincing charge in the main event, passing thirteen other competitors en route to an eleventh place finish in the final rundown.

The annual National Late Model Open was contested on Sunday evening at Selinsgrove Speedway, as the winner's check increased to $10,000. Forty WoO competitors registered for battle, and a second place finish in his heat race sent Hubbard to the redraw for the 50 lap feature. After receiving the third starting spot, Hubbard battled amongst the top five throughout the duration of the affair before crossing the finish line in fourth behind race winner, Darrell Lanigan, Rick Eckert, and Shane Clanton.

Full results from the weekend are available at www.WoOLMS.com


August 15th, 2014 - Austin Hubbard Bags World of Outlaws Victory at Potomac!
1Austin Hubbard scored his third triumph of the 2014 season on Friday night at Potomac Speedway (Budds Creek, Maryland). The $10,000-to-win, World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series event, marked Hubbard's first victory with the national tour since his 2010 Rookie of the Year season. (WRT Speedwerx Photo)

A field of thirty-five Super Late Models converged on the 3/8 mile oval, as Hubbard topped Group B of time trials with a 14.905 seconds lap. He later dominated his heat race, earning the pole position for the 50 lap finale via the redraw.

In the main event, Hubbard cruised to victory in front of a standing room only crowd. Fending off charges from Darrell Lanigan throughout the race to cross the finish line with more than a one-second advantage over his competitors. Gregg Satterlee finished third, followed by Tim McCreadie and Chub Frank.

"This is a huge deal for us," said Hubbard. "I've always believed we could win these big races. We've got good cars and good people supporting us. I definitely know we can run with these guys and we proved it," he added.

Earlier in the weekend, the team entered the WoO Super Late Model event at their home track of Delaware International Speedway (Delmar, Delaware). The $10,050, Fulton Bank 50, drew a field of thirty-four entrants.

Hubbard timed in second to Tim Fuller in Group A during qualifications, and went on to win his heat race to earn a spot in the evenings redraw.

After starting fourth in the 50 lap feature, Austin advanced a single position to finish third behind race winner, Gregg Satterlee and Darrell Lanigan. Tim Fuller and Ross Robinson rounded out the top five finishers.

Full results from the weekend are available at www.WoOLMS.com