hughes3000mar19Jason Hughes went 42 laps as the leader from start to finish Saturday night at Humboldt Speedway to capture his second USMTS win of the 2016 campaign. He led every lap from the pole position as he fended off a furious mid-race onslaught from fellow MRE driver, Ryan Gustin, who finished second.

gustin2000mar3Ryan Gustin blasted to the lead on lap 19 and held off fellow MRE driver Jason Hughes as he chalked up his fourth USMTS win and sixth overall Thursday night at the Southern Oklahoma Speedway. “It was another good night for us, and I can’t say enough about this crew and our sponsors that keep us going,” Gustin said. Buck Monson Photo

gustin3000feb26Ryan Gustin bested fellow MRE driver Jason Hughes in a hard-fought battle at the Ark-La-Tex Speedway Friday night to capture the $3,000 win. Gustin started on the pole for the 40-lap affair, but it was Hughes taking charge when the green flag waved. He led the first 24 laps before Gustin was able to slip by in traffic and lead the 25th circuit. Hughes, the defending USMTS national champ, remained close behind ‘The Reaper’ as they danced through heavy lapped traffic for the remainder of the race, and briefly inched ahead to lead lap 36. But Gustin powered back around the outside of Hughes one lap later and held him off to claim his third USMTS win and fifth win overall this season. “It’s always nice to know the guy you’re running with will race you clean and give you room if you need,” Gustin said of Hughes after the race. “Jason’s one of the best there is, so you know you’ve done something when you can beat him.” Story by Jeff Nun

scott2000feb25Stormy Scott of Arroyo Hondo, NM rolled to a flag-to-flag victory Thursday night at Ark-La-Tex Speedway. Scott built up a four-second cushion as he diced his way through lapped traffic in the caution-free race. “We kind of left scratching our heads last week and tried some different stuff tonight,” Scott said in victory lane. “It ended up working pretty good for me.” Scott Burson Photo

gustin3000feb19Ryan Gustin led wire-to-wire Friday night at the Heart O’ Texas Speedway as he rolled to his fourth win of the season in the $3,000 Texas Spring Nationals. Fellow MRE driver Jason Hughes mounted several strong runs at Gustin but the defending USMTS national champ was never able to pass ‘The Reaper’ with or without the aid of lapped traffic. Hughes followed Gustin across the line for second as MRE swept the top two spots.

hughes4000feb13Defending USMTS National Champion Jason Hughes of Watts, OK quickly moved toward the front of the field after starting eight Saturday night at Shady Oaks Speedway, taking the lead on the eleventh lap and led the rest of the way to capture the $4,000 victory. MRE took the top two spots as Ryan Gustin was second. Ron Skinner Photo

gustin3000feb12Ryan Gustin of Marshalltown, IA led all 35 laps Friday night at the Shady Oaks Speedway to score his 72nd career United States Modified Touring Series victory. He never relinquished the top spot en route to collecting $3,000 for his effort. Carey Akin Photo

crate-killer2After a year of development, we are now ready to release our new Crate Killer engine for IMCA. This comes at a very good time with IMCA making the rule change for 2016 making the cars equal by taking the spoiler off the crate engine powered car. Now we are just dealing with an engine to engine comparison with all the other aspects of the car being the same.

Crate Killer Engine

gustin20001200dec5Ryan Gustin of Marshalltown, IA capped off his 2015 season on Saturday by winning both the Late Model and Modified main events in the annual Turkey Bowl at Springfield (MO) Raceway. STL Racing Photos

cratekiller-bmod-2barrel-head1MRE is now offering its new Crate Killer head as a top end kit. This head also works well for the B-Mod and 2 barrel racers. The advantage is how well it drives on the race track and how LIGHT it is.

Crate Killer, B-Mod, 2 Barrel Head

hughes3000nov3Jason Hughes of Watts, OK showed no signs of slowing down Tuesday night as he dominated the main event at the Southern Oklahoma Speedway, scoring his eleventh feature win of the season. Starting second, Hughes took the top spot four laps into the race and led the rest of the way picking up the $3,000 USMTS win.

scott10000oct25Stormy Scott of Arroyo Hondo, NM successfully defended his USRA Fall Nationals crown with an impressive performance in the 50-lap USRA Modified finale Sunday at Southern New Mexico Speedway. Starting on the pole, Scott finished right where he started as he picked up the $10,000 victory for the second straight season on his home turf in Las Cruces, N.M.