Jason Leffler

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NASCAR driver Jason Leffler killed in New Jersey crash

13 June 2013 | 4:03 am Their new album, ‘Name Is 4minute’, was released in late April of this year. “What’s Your Name” is the title track of their new album.It’s a flirty song about a possible love interest. http://my.entertainment.yahoo.com/news/nascar-driver-jason-leffler-killed-jersey-crash-035008456.html

NASCAR driver Jason Leffler dies after dirt car accident

13 June 2013 | 3:52 am Loading headlines… Loading headlines… Loading headlines… Loading headlines… http://www.oregonlive.com/today/index.ssf/2013/06/nascar_driver_jason_leffler_di.html

Leffler dies at dirt car event

13 June 2013 | 3:46 am NASCAR driver Jason Leffler died after an accident Wednesday night in a heat race at a dirt car event at Bridgeport Speedway. http://www.newsnet5.com/dpp/sports/sports_blogs_local/nascar-driver-jason-leffler-dies-after-accident-in-dirt-car-event

Lucky Dog: NASCAR driver <b>Jason Leffler</b> killed in sprint car race

13 June 2013 | 3:31 am NASCAR veteran Jason Leffler, who made his first start in the Sprint Cup Series last weekend at Pocono Raceway, was killed after a crash in a winged sprint car race in New Jersey on Wednesday night, New Jersey State  http://thatsracinluckydog.blogspot.com/2013/06/nascar-driver-jason-leffler-killed-in.html

R.I.P Race in Peace <b>Jason Leffler</b> – Queers 4 Gears

13 June 2013 | 3:15 am NASCAR Driver Jason Leffler died tonight after injuries received in a dirt Sprint Car accident while racing at BridgeSport Speedway in New Jersey. Leffler had to extricated from his wrecked car and was flown via helicopter to  http://queers4gears.com/2013/06/12/r-i-p-race-in-peace-jason-leffler/

<b>Jason Leffler</b>, 37, dies after accident at dirt track race – SBNation.com

13 June 2013 | 3:10 am NASCAR driver Jason Leffler died from injuries sustained in a sprint car accident Wednesday night at Bridgeport (N.J.) Speedway. http://www.sbnation.com/nascar/2013/6/12/4425274/jason-leffler-dead-nascar

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    • Curator says:

      POS CAR DRIVER MAKE SPONSOR SPEED TIME BEHIND
      1 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet Drive to End Hunger 134.911 28.232 Leader
      2 18 Kyle Busch Toyota M&M’s 134.753 28.265 -0.033
      3 14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet Mobil 1 / Office Depot 134.568 28.304 -0.072
      4 55 Brian Vickers Toyota Freightliner / Jet Edge 134.482 28.322 -0.090
      5 99 Carl Edwards Ford Aflac 134.354 28.349 -0.117
      6 5 Kasey Kahne Chevrolet Farmers Insurance 134.179 28.386 -0.154
      7 27 Paul Menard Chevrolet Sylvania / Menards 134.098 28.403 -0.171
      8 39 Ryan Newman Chevrolet Aspen Dental 133.934 28.438 -0.206
      9 56 Martin Truex Jr. Toyota NAPA Auto Parts 133.872 28.451 -0.219
      10 22 Dave Blaney Dodge Shell / Pennzoil 133.863 28.453 -0.221
      11 31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet Wheaties 133.854 28.455 -0.223
      12 15 Clint Bowyer Toyota 5-hour Energy 133.825 28.461 -0.229
      13 16 Greg Biffle Ford 3M / GE Appliances 133.647 28.499 -0.267
      14 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet AMP Energy / Diet Mtn. Dew / National Guard 133.637 28.501 -0.269
      15 2 Brad Keselowski Dodge Miller Lite 133.614 28.506 -0.274
      16 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Budweiser 133.600 28.509 -0.277
      17 47 Bobby Labonte Toyota Bush’s Baked Beans 133.567 28.516 -0.284
      18 20 Joey Logano Toyota The Home Depot 133.544 28.521 -0.289
      19 43 Aric Almirola Ford Trim Fit 133.301 28.573 -0.341
      20 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet Lowe’s 133.128 28.610 -0.378
      21 9 Marcos Ambrose Ford Stanley 133.110 28.614 -0.382
      22 78 Regan Smith Chevrolet Furniture Row / Farm American 133.021 28.633 -0.401
      23 51 Kurt Busch Chevrolet Phoenix Construction 132.966 28.645 -0.413
      24 42 Juan Montoya Chevrolet Energizer 132.850 28.670 -0.438
      25 17 Matt Kenseth Ford Zest 132.799 28.681 -0.449
      26 34 David Ragan Ford Shriner’s Hospital for Children 132.720 28.698 -0.466
      27 195 Scott Speed Ford Jordan Truck Sales 132.595 28.725 -0.493
      28 83 Landon Cassill Toyota Burger King / Dr Pepper 132.558 28.733 -0.501
      29 1 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet LiftMaster 132.356 28.777 -0.545
      30 13 Casey Mears Ford GEICO 132.195 28.812 -0.580
      31 98 Michael McDowell Ford Phil Parsons Racing 131.929 28.870 -0.638
      32 11 Denny Hamlin Toyota FedEx Freight 131.633 28.935 -0.703
      33 93 Travis Kvapil Toyota Burger King / Dr Pepper 131.442 28.977 -0.745
      34 10 David Reutimann Chevrolet Tommy Baldwin Racing 131.180 29.035 -0.803
      35 191 Reed Sorenson Chevrolet Plinker Tactical 130.963 29.083 -0.851
      36 87 Joe Nemechek Toyota AM / FM Energy Wood & Pellet Stoves 130.837 29.111 -0.879
      37 38 David Gilliland Ford Taco Bell 130.792 29.121 -0.889
      38 179 Kelly Bires Ford BBI / Bestway 130.640 29.155 -0.923
      39 33 Stephen Leicht* Chevrolet Little Joes A
      utos.com 130.367 29.216 -0.984
      40 37 J.J. Yeley Chevrolet MaxQworkforce
      .com 130.229 29.247 -1.015
      41 36 Tony Raines+ Chevrolet Tommy Baldwin Racing 128.359 29.673 -1.441
      42 32 Mike Olsen+ Ford North Country Ford 126.153 30.192 -1.960
      43 30 David Stremme Toyota Inception Motorsports 129.882 29.325 -1.093

      Did Not Qualify
      44 23 Scott Riggs Chevrolet North Texas Pipe 129.714 29.363 -1.131
      45 249 Jason Leffler Toyota Robinson-Blak-
      eney Racing 129.701 29.366 -1.134
      46 119 Jeff Green Toyota Plinker Tactical 129.248 29.469 -1.237
      47 26 Josh Wise* Ford MDS Transport 131.306 29.007 -0.775

  • Anonymous says:

    What Are Your Thoughts On Jason Leffler Losing His Ride For Next Year? Where do you think he’ll wind up? Will he stay in the Nationwide Series, look for a Cup ride, or move down to the Truck Series, or possibly retire?

  • Anonymous says:

    Did Kevin Harvick Intentionally Wreck Yet Another Driver? Every replay they showed just now suggests to me that Harvick intentionally turned Jason Leffler, and then hit the side of his car after both had come to a complete stop. I heard Harvick was mad on the radio earlier, so do you think he took his frustration out on Leffler?
    BQ: Do you think Leffler will try to pay back Harvick if he goes back out?
    Make that two drivers. I don’t think Harvick has any respect for his competitors. That’s 2 Championship contenders he’s wrecked tonight when he’s got nothing riding on this race

    • Curator says:

      He just wrecked Trevor Bayne…someone needs to wreck harvick. It isn’t enough that Harvick sucks so that he can’t run his trucks or cars and has to merge with RCR another fading team…no one wants to sponsor Harvick because of his bullying on and off the track. Sorry for Trevor but it’s freekin hysterical that Harvick needs to feel like something before the season is out, so takes out drivers better than he is who will likely win a Championship before he does.

  • Anonymous says:

    Take A Look At These Nationwide Series Numbers And Tell Me What You Think (long Question)? Ok, if you follow the Nationwide Series like me, you’ve probably wondered about why Cup series regulars are allowed to just run for fun and take wins away from the developing drivers. I went back to 2009 and found out how many wins Nationwide regulars have lost to the Cup stars. Here’s the numbers since 2009:

    Jason Keller-2 wins
    Brendan Gaughan-3 wins
    Justin Allgaier-8 wins
    Jason Leffler-11 wins
    Brad Keselowski-15 wins
    Tony Raines-1 win
    Mike Bliss-4 wins
    Ron Fellows-3 wins
    Andrew Ranger-1 win
    Steve Wallace-2 wins
    Trevor Bayne-3 wins
    Reed Sorenson-9 wins
    Ricky Stenhouse Jr.-9 wins
    Brian Scott-1 win
    Aric Almirola-2 wins
    Landon Cassill-1 win
    Elliott Sadler-4 wins
    Joe Nemechek-1 win
    James Buescher-1 win

    Some things to note:
    Keselowski was not a Cup series regular in 2009. All 15 of those wins would’ve come during the 2009 season, which would have given him 19 that year!
    Raines and Bliss have both been semi-regular Cup drivers since 2009, but I counted all 3 season towards these stats
    Starting in 2011, the drivers who declared they would run for the Nationwide Championship but still ran in the Cup series regularly were counted, which is why Joe Nemechek is on here
    Trevor Bayne’s 2011 to date is included in this list
    Elliott Sadler and Reed Sorenson were Cup regulars in 2009, and Sadler also in 2010. Only Sorenson’s 2010 and 2011 seasons and only Sadler’s 2011 seasons are counted
    During the time frame I looked at, Cup series regulars won 81 of 91 Nationwide events run
    How I came up with these numbers was I took out the Cup regulars and looked at which non-Cup regular ran the highest in each race
    So, what does Nascar Nation think of these numbers? Any surprises? Does this change your view on letting Cup series regulars run as much as they want in the Nationwide series?
    Wow, Bob Bobby and Rock Firestorm. Way to be mature. I had fun reporting both of you. If you don’t have an answer for my question, then don’t answer. Simple as that
    @rabidrobbie: One of them told me I was a whiny b*tch who should be spanked and one of them called me a retarded, uneducated douchebag. You tell me why I shouldn’t have reported them. Neither one answered my question in any way. I see both cowards deleted their answers or they were removed by Yahoo
    @Dot: Don’t answer if you don’t have an actual answer to my question. I have plenty of other things to do. I just want people’s opinions on what I found, and I don’t need some whiny troll like you harassing me about it

    • Curator says:

      These are good numbers. My opinion on Cup guys in Nationwide hasn’t changed, though. I still think that after a Cup regular wins 3 Nationwide races in a year he should not be allowed to race for the remainder of the season. I miss the old days when the Busch Series was all about the up and coming young drivers or the old guys who couldn’t quiet make it to Cup but were competitive in Busch.

  • Appleluvr says:

    How Much Are NASCAR Autographs Worth? I have 17 of them (total), but six or them are on the same signing pager, but they different driver’s signature on each, so I can’t really read them because they sign so hard-to-read. Otherwise, the other 11 are on a paper with the driver’s printed name +their autograph. Here are the driver’s that I know who they are (because of their autographing paper)…

    -Scott Wimmer
    -Shelby Howard
    -Brian Scott
    -David Ragan
    -Jason Leffler
    -Reed Sorenson
    -Collin Braun
    -Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
    -Morgan Shepherd
    -Michael McDowell
    -Michael Annett
    -Trevor Bayne

    So how much do you think they are worth? And NO I AM NOT SELLING THEM AS OF RIGHT NOW.

    • Curator says:

      Honestly probably not that much. Nascar die-cast cars are about $79 and I have several. You can buy an autographed Darrel Waltrip die-cast from dwstore.com for $85 I think what helps with value is what the signature is on, like a photograph, hat, die-cast, etc.

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