WILLISTON, N.D. — official release — Joe Secka/JMS Pro photo — Destiny Motorsports has made the decision to part ways with driver Jac Haudenschild, effective immediately.
“Our entire team, and family would like to thank Jac and the Haudenschild family for their efforts and work with us during the 2014 season,” Destiny Motorsports owner Rick Rogers said. “We felt it would be best for both parties to split ways at this time, and give Jac, and ourselves, ample time to make plans for 2015.”
“It was a fun season with Jac, and we are really proud that he was able to give us our first All Star win as a team and put together a really strong performance during Ohio Speedweek, but as of late things have not gone the way the team and driver has hoped and we felt it was a good time to make a change,” Rogers added. “We wish the Haudenschild family well and look forward to battling with Jac on the track in years to come.”
Haudenschild and Destiny Motorsports currently sit second in the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions national standings. Together they have raced in 56 events this year, picking up three victories, 16 top-five finishes and 22 top-10 finishes.
Destiny Motorsports plans to be in action this weekend when the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions visits Fremont (Ohio) Speedway.
“We still plan to be in Fremont this weekend and we will make announcement when we have a driver lined up,” Rogers said.