BIRMINGHAM, AL: Blue Torch Fab Jason Carner took his single seat Ultra4 car to the Southeast Dirt Riot race in Alabama and won just 3 weeks after competing in the King of the Hammers.  The vibrant and noticeable blue and white Miller Welders wrap on the car only lasted a short time before being covered with Alabama mud. “It was a good race, and I think if the weather had been better there would have been a better turn out,” said Carner.  “It was important to me to go down there and support the W.E. Rock group for bringing this event to our backyard.  It is my goal to win this Southeast Series, so this win helps put us on the top to start!”

It truly was a muddy mess, literally mud hole after mud hole at The Great American Park in Auburn, AL.  “The first couple tear offs worked, and then I grabbed a handful by accident and that was the end of those.  Then the wet rag only worked for so long, so it was quite interesting,” Jason laughed.  He drives a single seat car without a co-driver to help him navigate.  “Usually I don’t have too much problem with reading the GPS and racing, but on this course, it was marked so well that I really didn’t need it which was good because it got covered with mud too!”