Jason Feger will be racing a different type of late model in New Zealand next week; He’s also has multiple cars for sale including former McCreadie house car
Harding Motorsport and Jason Feger have teamed up to do some late model racing in New Zealand. 4 nights of racing are on the schedule at 4 different tracks.
Ahead of the trip oversea’s, Feger has listed several cars for sale as he preps for new equipment for his state side tour in 2018.
“Feger Racing is grateful for this extraordinary opportunity. It would not be possible without the generous New Zealand teams, track promoters, and all of our sponsors,” Feger stated via social media.
On Sunday, Feger will get on a plan and head south.
Feger race cars for sale
2017 Moyer Cictory
new docal frame and cockpit with lowers and Alum fuel safe fuel cell black frame black cockpit have many parts available for it as well
2017 Moyer Victory
rollerdocal Frame all best parts.
$20000 or best offer.
roller – Originally Tmac’s house car 40 races
Falcon magnesium rollerglide $1300
2 sets Penske’s plus a extra rf. One set is like brand new. 3 way adjust rr shocks $8500 for all 13 shocks or 4500 a set
2 sets advances Racing shocks
Set of onlins Fresh from accuforce $2200
13/11 430 ci originally a Cornett 600 laps since freshend by Rhyne. $13000
New style Peterson oil tank with top screw in filter 4 gallon with straps and Peterson heater 14 races old $700
Several 19.25 racks. For longhorn Moyer or black diamond $500 ea servos 220, 235, 300
18.25 racks have a 235, 250, 300 available
Jason will kick off the 2018 race season in Auckland, New Zealand. Jason has teamed up with Ben Harding Racing to compete in 4 events with the Burger King Pro Dirt Series.
Scheduled races while in NZ:
Waikaraka Park – Auckland – January 27, 2018
Huntly – January 28, 2018
Palmerston North – February 4, 2018
Hawkes Bay / Meeanee – February 10, 2018
Stay tuned here for updates from Jason and Abby’s trip.
Follow Burger King Pro Dirt Series:: www.sscar.co.nz
This is not the first time one of the national dirt late model stars here in America has gone over to New Zealand. In fact, it’s not the first time one has driven a car for Harding Motorsport.
The class is still called a late model. They just look a bit different to an American late model chassis.
Back in 2016, Bobby Pierce made the same partnership. His 2016 car is pictured below.