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Jac and wife Patty


Jac and Sheldon


Jac with Rico Abreu


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Jac and Christopher Bell


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Jac at probably Eldora


Jac with Jimmy Oskie, and Shane Carson


Jac with Steve Kinser and Jack Hewitt


Jack having some fun


Jac on an interview


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Jac at the Trophy Cup


Jac winning Kings Royal in 1994


Jac interviewed by Dave Argabright


Jac an All Star winner


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Jac in the winner's circle again


Jac wins a WOO race


Jac with a trophy girl


Jac winnng an All star race


Jac on the podium at the 2012 dirt cup


Jac wins at Skagit


Jac has a check for $200,000 at the Mopar Million race


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Jac with two trophy girls


Jac on the podiun at Skagit


Jac at Wayne County Speedway


Jac at Limaland victory circle


Jac on the podium at Limaland again


Jac at Eldora winning


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Jac and crew on the podium


Jack with more wins


Jac interviewed on the podium


Jac winning another All Star race


Jac with the girls of racing


Jac shows the $200,000 check he won at the Mopar Million


Jack in his car on the podium


Jac with a $ 10,000 check


Jac with the guy with a checkered flag


Jac at Premier Speedway in 1981


Jac with Tim Karding and a lady with a trophy


Jac getting congratulations


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Jac at Kokomo 1984


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Jac's fan card


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Jac with two # 18's and the trailer


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Jac was born in Wooster, Ohio in 1958. He grew up watching his father John (and later his brother Ed) race modifieds and sprint cars.

Haudenschild has accumulated over 300 wins in more than 40 years behind the wheel, including 56 with the World of Outlaws (13th all-time in that series) and six with the USAC Sprint Car series.[3] His best points finish with the World of Outlaws was 2nd in 1995, finishing only 142 points behind Dave Blaney. He is one of only four drivers to have won both World of Outlaws and USAC races at Eldora Speedway

He began racing sprint cars at the age of 15 in 1974 at tracks near his hometown of Wooster, Ohio. His first sprint car win came in his sophomore season in 1975 at Lakeville Speedway.

His first ever non-wing sprint car win came in 1981 at Lawrenceburg Speedway, driving for car owner Bob Hampshire. That same year, Haudenschild won the Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic, the largest sprint car race in Australia. In 1982, Haudenschild won 30 A-main features with Bob Hampshire, and got his first opportunity to drive for a major, sponsored team in the Gambler house car owned by C. K. Spurlock and sponsored by Kenny Rogers. He went on to repeat as winner of the Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic that year. Haudenschild nabbed his first major win in the United States in 1987 at the Kings Royal at Eldora Speedway.

Haudenschild spent much of the '90s driving for car owner Jack Elden, with whom he would achieve some of his biggest wins. In 1993, he joined Elden to drive the famous Pennzoil #22. That year, Haudenschild captured the inaugural $100,000-to-win Historical Big One race at Eldora Speedway. He would go on to win the Kings Royal two more times in the Elden #22 in 1994 and 1998, and followed that up with Gold Cup wins at Silver Dollar Speedway in 1998 and 1999, as well as the $50,000-to-win Front Row Challenge as Oskaloosa Speedway in 1999.

Haudenschild's richest win came in 2003 at the Mopar Million at Eldora Speedway. Driving for car owner Larry Woodward, Haudenschild beat 138 other non-wing sprint car drivers to take the $200,000-to-win payout. The race featured a million dollar purse and included ten heats and six features, beginning with an F-main.[7] 2008 brought a third $50,000 Gold Cup win in a season where Haudenschild claimed his 50th World of Outlaws win as well as his first win in Canada at Castrol Raceway. Since 2008, Haudenschild has driven for a number of car owners including Lon Carnahan, Dennis Roth, Paul Silva, Jamie Miller, Pete Grove, Gus Wasson, Richard Hoffman, and Tom and Sherry Leidig.

National Sprint Car Hall of Fame, 2009 inductee Kings Royal: 1987, 1994, 1998 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic: 1991, 1992 Historical Big One: 1993 Gold Cup Race of Champions: 1998, 1999, 2008 Mopar Million: 2003 Haudenschild married Patty Sweeney, daughter of Max Sweeney, step-daughter of Bob Hogle, and granddaughter of Tommy Driscoll, in 1992.[10] His son Sheldon is following the family tradition in racing sprint cars, and joined the World of Outlaws series full-time in 2017.

Updated 12/13/17

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