Haudenschild Racing | 2016 Season Recap – Jac & Sheldon
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2016 Season Recap – Jac & Sheldon

2016 Season Recap – Jac & Sheldon

15:40 16 November in 410 show, All Stars, Atomic, Bonzai, Eldora, Jac, Limaland, Results, Schedule Update, Sharon, Sheldon, Sponsors, Wayne County, Waynesfield, World of Outlaws

 

  • Jac Haudenschild has traveled the country throughout the 2016 season, clocking in from Pennsylvania to California. He has scored 7 wins so far this season with The All Star Circuit of Champions, and the OSCS.

Jac put on a clinic at Eldora Speedway during the ASCOC Ohio Sprint Speedweek, strapping into the Phoenix Racing #59. Taking the track at Eldora Speedway in June, marked his 100th feature start at the storied track. He nabbed another ASCOC win at Wayne County Speedway in the Miller #6, leading with ease.

He competed in California early this fall, strapping into both wing and non-wing rides in the Paul Silva/ Abreu Vineyards #57. He took 3 top 10 finishes with the World of Outlaws, and a top 10 finish in the non-wing division at Calistoga.

  • Sheldon Haudenschild proved once again this season he is a force to be reckoned with. He continued with the ASCOC series, piloting the Haudenschild Racing #93 under the direction of Crew Chief Bonzai Bruns.

Team 93 clocked 9 wins in 2016, including two 3-peat victories on the season. Sheldon grabbed the 2nd place overall position during Ohio Sprint Speedweek, improving one position from 2015. He competed with the World of Outlaws on multiple occasions, including The Brad Doty Classic, The Kings Royal, and The 56th Annual Knoxville Nationals.

Sheldon finished 3rd in a competitive dash to the finish of the All Star Circuit of Champions point race, which concluded at Atomic, where he nabbed the win in the final race of the season. Haudenschild clocked in with 28 top 10 finishes, 18 top 5 finishes, 15 podium visits, and 9 trips to victory lane. His 9 victories with the ASCOC became the highest win count of his career, and the most wins by a driver in the 2016 ASCOC season.

2017 schedule information for both drivers will be released once finalized.

We would like to thank our sponsors for their continued support: Southern Pacific Farms, Jamie Miller (6), Walker Filteration, Callie’s, Finzer Farms, Finish Line Auto Body, Wilwood, GME, BMRS, Smith Titanium, Simpson, Waterman, Rod End Supply, Keizer Wheels, Schoenfeld, Indy Race Parts, Factory Kahne, and Fast Signs.