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September 26, 2020 - Rauen visits Davenport Speedway for Governor's Cup
On Saturday afternoon Jason Rauen traveled to Davenport Speedway (Davenport, Iowa) for the Hoker Trucking Series-sanctioned Iowa Governor’s Cup State Championship. After falling shy of a transfer spot in both his heat race and B-Main, Rauen was granted a provisional into the $5,000-to-win A-Main. Clawing forward four spots in the 40-lap affair, Jason logged a 17th place outing.

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September 19, 2020 - Jason Rauen attends I-80 Nationals at I-80
Jason Rauen returned to I-80 Speedway (Greenwood, Neb.) on Thursday night to take part in the I-80 Nationals. Drawing 46 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) entries for the three-day event, Rauen followed up the fourth fastest time in his qualifying group with a seventh place finish in his heat. Needing a third place finish or better in his B-Main to make the opening night feature, Jason came three spots shy with a sixth place outing.

1The following night for another $7,000-to-win preliminary feature, Jason came in ninth in his heat before placing eighth in his consolation event. (Todd Boyd photo)

With preliminary results from Thursday and Friday setting the grid for Saturday night’s $30,000-to-win I-80 Nationals A-Main, Rauen rolled off eighth in his B-Main for another shot at the finale. Failing to place fourth or better, Jason transferred into the non-qualifier feature for one last shot at the show. Locking in only the race winner, Jason Rauen recorded a sixth place finish.

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September 12, 2020 - Top-5 finish in Fall Brawl at I-80 Speedway
1Saturday night saw Jason Rauen return with the Malvern Bank Series at I-80 Speedway (Greenwood, Neb.) for the Casey’s Midwest Fall Brawl. Gaining two spots in his heat race to place second behind Cory Dumpert, Rauen locked into the sixth-starting position for the $3,000-to-win A-Main. Breaking into the Top-5, Jason gained two spots in the 30-lapper to register a fourth place finish behind Tad Pospisil, Andrew Kosiski, and Tyler Bruening with Bill Leighton Jr. coming in fifth. (Todd Boyd photo)

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September 5, 2020 - Jason Rauen rules Yankee Dirt Track Classic finale at 300 Raceway
Jason Rauen parked his Arnie Ranta Motorsports No. 98 Rauen Precision Machining/ Capital Race Car/ Clements Racing Engines Late Model in Victory Lane for the second time this season on Saturday.

Rauen earned $10,000 for his triumph in the 43rd Annual Yankee Dirt Track Classic, held at his home track in Farley, Iowa.

“Any win is special but to win one here at my home track, means a lot to me,” Rauen noted. “Thanks to all the fans for who stayed with us through that delay when the lights went out. Hopefully that race was worth it. Also, thanks to all of my great sponsors for their continued support.”

Jason Rauen made the short trip to 300 Raceway Friday to kickstart the weekend. Drawing 50 Late Models for the event co-sanctioned by the Malvern Bank and Hoker Trucking Series’, Rauen laid down the third fastest lap overall in time trials before passing five cars in his heat race to pick up the win.

1Starting the $3,000-to-win A-Main in sixth, Jason marched forward four spots in the 35-lapper to place second behind Justin Zeitner. Joel Callahan, Charlie McKenna, and Ben Schaller completing the Top-5 finishers. (Mike Ruefer photo)

During the same night in the Modiified ranks, Jason came in fifth in his heat race before scratching from his 10-lap consolation event.

On Saturday for the Yankee Dirt Track Classic finale, Rauen secured his spot into the main event with a runner-up finish in his heat behind Cory Dumpert.

Starting on the pole, Jason kept fellow front-row starter Bill Leighton Jr. at bay in the closing circuits of the 50-lapper to capture his second win of the season and a $10,000 payday. Leading the entire distance, Rauen topped Leighton Jr., Jeff Tharp, Cory Dumpert, and Justin Zeitner at the line.

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