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December 28th, 2016 - Hubbard Wraps up 2016 Season with Two Victories
Competing in a shorten-season due to injuries, Austin Hubbard posted two wins in a total of 20 events. With the weather affecting three of his scheduled dates, Hubbard registered six Top 10 finishes and five Top 5 outings.

December 17th, 2016 - Austin Hubbard Attends Gateway Dirt Nationals in St. Louis
1Wrapping up the 2016 campaign, Austin Hubbard made the trip to The Dome at America’s Center (St. Louis, Missouri) on Thursday night for the inaugural VP Racing Fuels Gateway Dirt Nationals presented by Karl Performance. Drawing 97 Super Late Models for two rounds of time trials on Thursday, Hubbard earned the 3rd-starting spot for his heat on Friday after posting 20th fastest time in his first session of quallying. Transferring only the heat race winner into the $5,000-to-win preliminary feature, Hubbard placed 2nd behind Jason Feger sending him into the B-Main. Sending the Top 4 into the main event, Austin was running in a transfer spot until breaking a fuel pump forcing him to pull in.

On Saturday night starting 3rd in his C-Main, Hubbard charged to a consolation win putting him 17th on the starting rundown for the B-Main. Needing a 6th place finish or better to make the $20,000-to-win finale, Austin Hubbard stormed through the field nine spots but fell two spots short of a transfer position with a 8th place outing.

Complete results from these events can be found at

November 5th, 2016 - Podium Finish for Hubbard at Georgetown Speedway
1 Running in the Mid-Atlantic Championship Weekend, Austin Hubbard traveled to Georgetown Speedway (Georgetown, Delaware) on Friday night for the unsanctioned program. With 26 Super Late Models signed in for the two-day event, Hubbard recieved the 8th-starting spot for the A-Main on Saturday night after the redraw. Battling for a $5,000 payday, Austin charged through the field six positions scoring a runner-up finish behind Dan Stone with Dale Hollidge, D.J. Troutman, and Shaun Jones rounding out the Top 5.

Complete results from this event can be found at

October 22nd, 2016 - Austin Hubbard Wins Delaware Dirt Track Championship in First Night Back at Delaware International Speedway
1 Behind the wheel of the AMH Enterprises #11 Super Late Model, Austin Hubbard invaded Delaware International Speedway (Delmar, Delaware) on Friday night for the two-day Delaware Dirt Track Championship. Starting on the pole of his heat, Hubbard cruised to a heat race win locking his spot into the A-Main on Saturday night. Rolling off on the pole, Austin Hubbard wheeled his way to his 2nd victory of the season outdueling Mark Pettyjohn, Amanda Whaley, Herb Tunis, and Robbie Emory. Hubbard was rewarded a $7,885 payday for his triumph in the feature event.

Complete results from this event can be found at

August 10th, 2016 - Austin Hubbard Out for the Season after Surgery; Hopes to Compete in Gateway Nationals in December
1 Seaford, Delaware (08/09/16) – 2016 has been a season that Austin Hubbard would like to quickly forget.

“This year just seems like one big nightmare,” laughed Hubbard. “We debut a brand-new car at Lernerville at the Firecracker at the end of June and flip it on opening night. Then two weeks later I have a freak wreck in rental car, where I get banged up pretty bad. Just insane how bad my luck has been.”

While Hubbard sustained only minor injuries in his flip at Lernerville Speedway on Friday, June 24, he received more significant injuries on a passenger car wreck on Thursday, July 7 in North Carolina.

“We had been rained out at Fayetteville Motor Speedway earlier that night,” remembers Hubbard. “I was driving down a backroad in North Carolina after the rainout. The road was a little wet, and a big curve snuck up on me. Next thing I know the car is flying off the road and then bam it hits a tree.”

The wreck left Hubbard requiring several stitches for various lacerations, but the most serious of his injuries was incurred on his left foot. He severely broke his left ankle and tore several muscles.

On Monday, July 18 he underwent surgery to have two plates and 11 screws put in his ankle. He will be in a cast for the next four weeks, and then will go through rehab so that he can resume walking normally. It’s expected to be early January before he can resume normal, day-to-day activities.

While he will clear miss the rest of the traditional racing season, if his recovery allows he hopes to compete in the inaugural VP Racing Fuels Gateway Dirt Nationals at the Dome at America’s Center (St. Louis, Missouri) on December 15-17, 2016. His recovery progression will be the controlling factor on whether or not he is able to race.

“As bad as everything’s been I know that it could’ve been much worse, so I’m thankful to still be alive and kicking,” again laughed Hubbard. “I do want to thank everyone who has sent me words of support and encouragement during this tough time. They’ve really meant a lot. Right now I’m just focused on getting healed so that I can get back to normal life and racing again.”

June 24th, 2016 - Hubbard Goes For Scary Ride in First Night at Lernerville
1After the weather postponed all of the events scheduled for Thursday night, Austin Hubbard was one of fifty Super Late Models signed in at Lernerville Speedway (Sarver, Pennsylvania) on Friday night for the 10th Annual Firecracker 100. Posting the 3rd fastest time in his group twenty-five, Hubbard earned the pole position starting spot for his heat. Falling short of a transfer spot, Austin logged a 6th place outing sending him into the B-Main. After running in 4th, Austin was in contention for a transfer spot until he suffered a right-rear flat tire while riding the high-side sending him over on his roof. Hubbard was able to climb out of the car but did suffer a pretty serious incision to his ankle ending his weekend early.

Complete results from this event can be found at

December 2nd, 2015 - Hubbard Finishes Season with Four Top Five Finishes
Attending a total of twenty-six events on the 2015 season, Austin Hubbard recorded nine top ten finishes. With the rain determining the outcome of eight of his scheduled events, Hubbard logged four top five finishes.