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hughes4500sep3Jason Hughes started on the pole and led all 40 laps Sunday night at Cresco Speedway as he picked up his fourth $4,500 USMTS Hunt for the Cup win. MRE took the top two as Stormy Scott finished a close second. Tyler Rinken Photo

dunn3000sep3Clyde Dunn Jr. of Sunnyville, Texas, started on the pole of the 35-lap David Pope Memorial race Sunday night at RPM Speedway and led every lap to take the $3,000 win. Alan Messick Photo

gustin4500sep2Ryan Gustin kept rolling Saturday night as he captured his third straight $4,500 USMTS Hunt for the Cup victory at Deer Creek (MN) Speedway. He took the lead with five laps to go in the 40-lap race and held on for his fifth Hunt win. Buck Monson Photo

gustin4500sep1Ryan Gustin rallied from the ninth starting spot to the lead at the halfway point of the race and went on to score his second consecutive $4,500 USMTS Hunt for the Cup win Friday night at Fayette County Speedway. Tyler Rinken Photo

gustin4500aug31Ryan Gustin took the lead on the 14th lap and remained there for the final 11 circuits as he collected his third $4,500 USMTS Hunt for the Cup checkered flag Thursday night at Fairmont Raceway. Buck Monson Photo

scottStormy Scott charged from his fourth starting position to the lead on the sixth lap and cruised from there as he built up an over eight-second advantage en route to his third USMTS Hunt for the Cup victory and a $5,000 payday Wednesday night at Kossuth County Speedway. Carey Akin Photo

gustin4500aug27Starting second in the USMTS Hunt for the Cup race Sunday night at Casino Speedway, Ryan Gustin jumped out to the lead at the drop of the green flag and stayed at the front throughout the 40-lap distance as he pocketed a $4,500 payday for his tenth win of the season. Stormy Scott followed Gustin across the line to finish second giving MRE the top two. Cody Papke Photo

hughesGrabbing the lead amongst lapped traffic on the 13th lap, Jason Hughes stayed out front the rest of the 35-lap distance to pick up his third consecutive $4,500 USMTS Hunt for the Cup win Wednesday night at Hamilton County. Ryan Gustin was second to give MRE the top two.

hughes4500aug20Jason Hughes led flag-to-flag Sunday night at 81 Speedway as he rolled to his second consecutive $4,500 USMTS victory and took over the Hunt for the Cup points lead. The defending USMTS national champion started outside of the front row in the 40-lap race and took command at the drop of the green flag as he never relinquished the top spot. MRE took the top two as Ryan Gustin was runner-up. Gary Cornelison Photo

hughes4500aug19While running second on the last lap of Saturday night's USMTS Hunt for the Cup race at Salina Highbanks, Jason Hughes saw the leader lose a tire as he inherited the lead and held on in a green-white-checkered finish to claim the $4,500 victory. Trenton Berry Photo

thornton4500aug17Rolling around the top side for 40 laps, Ricky Thornton Jr. of Chandler, Ariz., scored the $4,500 USMTS Showdown victory Thursday night at Scotland County. Starting on the pole, Thornton quickly made his way to the highest line and led wire-to-wire. Fellow MRE pilot Jason Hughes was second.

gustinHaving earned $4,500 earlier in the night, Ryan Gustin completed the sweep of Sunday's USMTS features at Mason City as he scored the $3,000 victory in the nightcap. He took the lead on the ninth lap and led the rest of the way in the caution-free race. MRE took the top two as Jason Hughes was second. Charlie Weber Photo

gustin4500aug13Ryan Gustin started second in the 30-lap USMTS feature Sunday night at Mason City and took command from the start as he led the entire way to pick up the $4,500 top prize. Fellow MRE pilots Stormy Scott and Jason Hughes finished second and third respectively to give MRE a sweep of the podium. Buck Monson Photo

taylor2000aug12Jonathan Taylor of Saltsburg, Pa., came out on top of a three car battle for the win Saturday night at Eldora. “It sure helps to start up front but I had to work for that one,” Taylor said. “It was tricky with the lapped cars there but they all kept their line and we were able to get by them."

newman1500aug12Rallying from the back of his heat race to place second after suffering a flat tire in qualifying, Ashley Newman of Ripley, Tenn., started fourth in the main event Saturday night at Western Kentucky and outran the field to capture the $1,500 top prize. “It was awesome to get the win,” Newman said. “I just want to thank the entire Seratt family for this great opportunity that they give me to drive this awesome hot rod.” Newman's teammate and fellow MRE pilot Preston Seratt finished second.