|Jason Covert Picks up
Ultimate Colonial Clash Victory at Potomac!
Budds Creek, Maryland (July 3, 2016)
Jason Covert of York
Haven, Pennsylvania held off Dale Hollidge Sunday at Potomac
Speedway to pick up his first career Ultimate Super Late Model
Series (Colonial Clash) victory worth $5,000. Dale Hollidge,
Darryl Hills, Kenny Moreland, and Walker Arthur rounded out
the top five finishers. Jason Covert set fast time in
qualifying with a time of 14.486 seconds. Consolation race
winner was Stevie Long.
Covert Crosses Finish Line at Potomac for
Larry Burnett Photo
Emotional Speedweek Win at Path Valley
|SPRING RUN, Pa. (June 6) — Returning to the track where he started his racing
career in 1987 for the first time in nearly 15 years, the
45-year-old driver from York Haven, Pa., registered an
emotional $4,000 triumph in Monday night’s 40-lap Appalachian
Mountain Speedweek presented by Century Link feature at Path
Valley Speedway Park.
Covert called on all his old knowledge of the high-banked,
quarter-mile oval to outduel Gregg Satterlee of Indiana, Pa.,
for the lead just after the race’s midway point and then pull
away from the pack after Satterlee’s hopes were dashed by a
right-rear flat tire on lap 31.
Covert & wife Jaynelle after
emotional Path Valley win.
(Rick Neff Photo - via
|“To win a big race
here …” Covert said in victory lane, his voice trailing off
and cracking with heartfelt emotion. “I’m never speechless,
but I’m almost speechless.”
Covert, who grew up just
10 minutes away from Path Valley, controlled the action after
Satterlee’s demise and steered his Cameron-Mann Motorsports
Rocket XR1 car across the finish line with a half-straightaway
edge over defending AMS champion Jeff Rine of Danville, Pa.
Rine started 11th in his Longhorn Race Car and inherited the
runner-up spot on lap 31 when Satterlee pitted for a tire
Martin of Punxsutawney, Pa., finished third driving veteran
western Pennsylvania car owner Rick Peterman’s MasterSbilt by
Huey machine. It was the 30-year-old’s first-ever AMS start
and just his eighth Super Late Model run since moving up from
the Crate Late Model division earlier this season.
Justin Kann of Huntingdon, Pa., moved up from
the eighth starting spot to finish fourth and Danny Snyder of
Green Lane, Pa., survived several body-damaging scrapes during
the evening to earn hard-charger honors with an advance from
the 22nd starting spot to a fifth-place finish. For full story
CLICK HERE. For more on Jason's Path Valley win
Captures Two Top Ten's in Tennessee, North Carolina Next!
|York Haven, PA (April 18, 2016)
York Haven, PA's Jason
Covert survived his first trip to the treacherous Volunteer
Speedway in Bulls Gap, TN as he competed with the Old Man's
Garage Spring Nationals touring series on Friday and Saturday,
April 15 and 16. Jason finished 6th during Friday's $4,000
to-win main event while coming home 10th in Saturday's $10,000
to-win main event.
Up next for Covert is a pair of World of Outlaws
Craftsman Late Model Series events in North Carolina as the
series visits Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, NC and
Fayetteville Motor Speedway in Fayetteville, NC. Both events
pay $10,000 to the winners. More information can be found at
Jason Covert Makes a Statement with the Outlaws
|CONCORD, NC - Feb. 26, 2016
- Jason Covert is not as well-known as many of
the drivers he competed against during the opening weekend of
World of Outlaws CraftsmanŽ Late Model Series action at
Screven (Ga.) Motor Speedway, but none of that mattered as the
Pennsylvania-native left Georgia two weeks ago with the series
It was a testament to Covert's experience and
skill as a driver as well as the competition the full-time
series drivers face every night.
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Covert to Open 2016 Season with World of Outlaws in Georgia!
|York Haven, PA (February 11, 2016)
Jason Covert and his Trick Shot Lubricants, Mann
Automotive, Hall's HVAC, Keyser Manufacturing #72 Rocket
Chassis will open his 2016 season with the World of Outlaws
Craftsman Late Model Series as they invade the Screven (GA)
Motor Speedway for the annual 'Winter Freeze' that features
two separate shows paying $8,000 and $10,000 to the winners.
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