USA Modifieds veteran, Jason Dietsch joins impressive list of championship contenders for the 2005 ASA Late Model Series Presented by GM Performance Parts season. The 2005 ASA Late Model Series Presented by GM Performance Parts is shaping up...
USA Modifieds veteran, Jason Dietsch joins impressive list of championship contenders for the 2005 ASA Late Model Series Presented by GM Performance Parts season.
The 2005 ASA Late Model Series Presented by GM Performance Parts is shaping up to be one of the most competitive Series' in the country. Based on the registrations pouring into the home offices in Lexington, Michigan. Another registration has many observers talking about as a top championship contender is that of former USA Modifieds series champion, Jason Dietsch, who has indicated he will be making a full run for the 2005 series championship!
"We're going to run the full ASA Late Model Series Schedule." Said the Edgerton, Ohio driver when asked about his 2005 plans. "We're also going to run some USA Modifieds shows on the ASA Late Model off weekends too, and even pull some double duty at four of the ASA shows, when the USA Mods are with us! We've got a full plate this season and I'm looking forward to it." Ended Dietsch.
Jason made two appearances in the now defunct ASA National Tour in 1999, and four more showings in 2004. In those 2004 starts, Dietsch picked up one top five which was an impressive fourth place showing at Kentucky Speedway. Another top 10 finish was recorded at the Atlanta (GA) Motor Speedway where he finished 10th. Also in 2004, Dietsch again competed with the USA Modifieds series full-time where he finished a strong second place in the final point's chase for the third time in the last four seasons!
Jason began his racing career in off-road ATV three-wheelers. From there, he moved to motocross racing. He then found the sport of kart racing and spent five years honing his driving skills in a kart. He bought his first modified in 1995 and joined the INCAR Jasper Modified Series (Now USA Modifieds tour) while also learning on the short tracks in Indiana, Ohio, and the surrounding areas. The 20-year veteran finished no worse than second in the final USA Modifieds points standings from 2001-2004. The highlight thus far of Buckeye State driver's career was when he won the 2003 series championship. Jason has also has gained experience in the CRA Super Series.
During the 2005 season, Dietsch will run for the 2005 ASA Late Model Series championship, carrying primary sponsorship on his Chevrolet Monte Carlo from his own Dietsch Sales and Service. More sponsorship decals will adorn his machine from Dietsch Furniture, Hoosier Bumper & Automotive Surplus, Dupont Automotive Finishes, Brindle Products, Inc., and Howe Racing Enterprises. In addition to his ASA Late Model Series chase for the championship, Jason will, on four occasions, be doing double duty as the USA Modifieds will serve as the under card to the ASA Late Models at all three shows at Baer Field (IN) Speedway as well as the July 30th event at Indianapolis (IN) Raceway Park. Jason will also run other select USA Modifieds shows as well as American Modifieds Series events on ASALM off weekends.
For more information on Jason Dietsch, please visit his website at: www.jasondietschracing.com
For information on the upcoming 2005 season for the ASA Late Model Series Presented by GM Performance Parts, log onto: www.asalatemodels.com